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What makes a scary movie? For some it has to do with a masked killer for others it might be that creepy castle! If you're in that category, then you'll want to listen to the show tonight 10 p.m. central! The Shrieking Ghoul is going Goth tonight! The following movies will be talked about during the night:
And many many more....
If you are afraid of creepy old houses with Victorian appeal you may want to listen tonight just for kicks of course!
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Heliosaga- “Towers In The Distance” is the anticipated album rooted deep in European tradition, combining the best elements of power, symphonic, and gothic metal. Drawing comparisons from such bands as Xandria, Delain, and Leaves Eyes.
The name Heliosaga is a metaphor derived from helios, the Greek word for sun, and saga meaning the story/ history; thus, Heliosaga represents the journey of life.
“Towers In The Distance” lyrics are deeply personal, and the primary themes revolve around the state of the world, mortality and the personal struggles that all encounter. Mixed by Michael Hansen (Phonomik, Chainfist) at Phon Studio and mastered by Jacob Hansen (Epica, Volbeat) at Hansen Studios. Bass guitar tracks were recorded by Chad Novell (Fibonacci Sequence) and a guest guitar solo was performed by Gilbert Pot (Elegy).
Heliosaga was founded in 2010 by Damien Villarreal (keys/guitar) in San Antonio, Texas, soon after joined by Jordan Ames (drums). By September of 2010, the line-up was complete and the first practices were held. The ensuing year would see a five song demo, the first shows and various line-up changes. In 2012, Chelsea Knaack joined as lead vocalist and the band recorded the single “The Light of Ardor”, which was released in January 2013. Shortly before the recorded single was release, the band relocated to Minnesota and continued the writing process.
We ran out of time in Part One of the Gothic so we're back to finish it off here in Part Two! Join the Commissioner of King for a Day, Rick Gureski and fellow King for a Day owners Tim Sevor of Lost int he Sauce and Steve Wellman of the Meat Puppets as they discuss the 2015 King for a Day drafts. Discussions topics will include what makes the King for a Day draft special; the impact of the Offensive and Defensive Flex trial rules; first ever defensive player taken number one overall; favorite teams from both the Gothic and Renaissance Conference Drafts and, time willing, a recap of pre-draft predictions.
Interview with Tyler R. Tichelaar
Topics of conversation:
Definition of "Gothic and how is it different from Horror Man's pursuit of forbidden truth Relevance of Gothic figures today Gothic literature past, present and future British Gothic vs. American The Gothic Wanderer: From Transgression to Redemption Tyler R. Tichelaar, Ph.D.
Modern History Press (2012)
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake for Reader Views (10/12)
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Tonight two of our favorite Poets/Authors return to the show to help us usher in a month of Halloween Themed episodes! If you love Dark Gothic Poetry and Tales as much as we do, you will certainly enjoy this show! S.B. Lacroix's books A Dark Quill: Tales & Poems and Shattered: A Collection of Dark Poetry and Prose can be found on Amazon.com. She can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/sb.lacroix, http://sblacroix.blogspot.com/, https://plus.google.com/108706132795303558606/posts, and https://www.youtube.com/user/LacroixSB/videos
Karen Elizabeth Waters' book A Completion Of Unfinished Thoughts can be found on Lulu: http://www.lulu.com/shop/karen-elizabeth-waters/a-completion-of-unfinished-thoughts/paperback/product-21131488.html Karen's writing can be found at: http://filthyvictorian1872.blogspot.com/ and her Facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/filthy.victorian1888
Welcome listeners to a special segment of the Omni Game Terminal Jarvis Database featuring Deadly Darlings: A group of women that have come together to express their love for everything creepy and crawly as an awesome art form. They will be joining us to express their fun process transformations from natural beauties to dark macabre with elegant finesse. Watch along while listening to see some of their photo shoots with scenes from the Walking Dead to Texas Chainsaw. They will be answering questions from callers so feel free to satisfy your love of horror to a whole other level at 8pm Eastern Standard time. Call in at (347) 884-9299, be sure to stop by their fan page and like "Deadly Darlings" on Facebook. Contact them for event bookings at firstname.lastname@example.org. Right here on the Omni Game Terminal Jarvis Database part of the Tru Radio Network, Turn on, Tune in and Turn Up!
This week on MDHR we speak with Lesa Dyer Cross, Published Author and Gothic/Dark/Vampire Poetess, As well as a Crosser/Seer and Voice Actress. She is a Paranormal Crosser - work with multiple ghost investigation teams, they call her into help cross ghosts over to the other side. So Join us as we find out about her work in the paranormal.
In this episode of Black Geek Movie Talk we'll be talking about "Crimson Peak" written and directed by dark fantasy master, Guillermo del Toro. Mia Wasikowska plays a young woman swept away from all that's familiar to a desolate English country estate. In the lonely, decaying house she'll discover secrets too horrible to mention here. Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain and Charlie Hunnam round out the cast of this gothic horror story. Tune in today at 1:30 PM PST to see if this highly stylized thriller is worth your hard earned money. Or if you should skip it and just rewatch Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow" for the 99th time.
Jennifer Brozek is a successful and prolific writer of speculative fiction for young readers, most recently the Melissa Allen series. Also, Brozek is the author of over sixty published short stories. Further, she is one of the most successful and effective editors in her field, having edited 15 anthologies. To top it off, she has helped write and design several RPG which, for Military Fiction readers, does not stand for "Rocket Propelled Grenade" but for "Role Playing Game." She is a freelance author for several RPG companies and has helped create games such as: Dragonlance, Colonial Gothic, Shadowrun, Serenity, Savage Worlds, and White Wolf SAS. She is a Hugo Award nominee and the winner of the Australian Shadows Award for the Best Edited Publication. Her novel, Never Let Me Leave, the second book of the Jennifer Allen Trilogy, came out on November 10, with the third book Never Let Me Die due out on December 8. Learn more at her fabulous website.
H. Paul Honsinger, an emerging voice in Military Science Fiction is a retired attorney who wrote his first novel, To Honor You Call Us, at age 52. He is the author of the "Man of War" Trilogy, which tells the story of 28 year old Cajun Max Robichaux who suddenly finds himself in command of one of the most troubled warships in the Union Space Navy during a war for humanity's survival. Check out his website.