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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!
Join the Commissioner of King for a Day, Rick Gureski and fellow owner Steve Wellman of the Meat Puppets as they discuss the upcoming 2015 King for a Day draft. Discussions topics will include what to expect from the Offensive Flex trial; how the Defensive Flex trial will impact rosters and first round predictions for the Gothic and Renaissance Conference; draft boards; what games are set up for this year's draft entertainment; league memories and much more.
SPECIAL! 1-yr Anniversary! A thorough look back of 52 weeks of metal shows, Tonight's show features a incredible amount bands, 1 band from almost every label and PR firm that assisted in this great brutal twisted ride! Some of those include (NO EXACT ORDER):
Inferno Records; Graveyard Callin'; Devil's Music; Torn Flesh Records; Stillborn Twins Records; Blasthead; Clawhammer PR; Dying Victims Productions; Patac; Memento Mori; Morbid Shrine Productions; Salute Records; Doomentia; Odium; Ukem; Metal Promo; Asher PR; BJF Media; Svart Records; The Legion of Tchort; and many more!
Special Sincere Thanks to the Bands, Labels, Managers, and the FANS!
Karla picks up where Williams's first book on the case, Invisible Darkness, left her, painting her nails in her cell in solitary confinement in the gothic tower of Kingston's Prison for Women. After testifying against her ex-husband in 1995, Karla's life in prison was soon going to take a very different, dramatic turn. With a thriller's pace, Karla: A Pact with the Devil charts the inner life of the world's most notorious female prisoner. In Karla, Williams lets Karla and the other key players speak for themselves. And what they have to say will surprise, horrify and enlighten. KARLA: A Pact With The Devil-Stephen Williams
Shirley Jackson Award finalist Tim Waggoner has published over thirty novels and three short story collections of dark fiction. He teaches creative writing at Sinclair Community College and in Seton Hill University’s MFA in Writing Popular Fiction program. His most recent novels are The Way of All Flesh and Dream Stalkers. You can find him on the web at www.timwaggoner.com.
Available from Thorne & Cross: The Cliffhouse Haunting ... When the Blue Lady walks, Death walks with her ...
Also available from the demonic duo: The Ghosts of Ravencrest, a serialized Gothic novel with more ghosts, ghouls, and governesses than you can shake a flask of holy water at.
And coming this month from Alistair Cross, a drop-deadly tale of seduction and terror, The Crimson Corset ... When Cade Colter moves to Crimson Cove, he quickly learns that after the sun sets and the fog rolls in, the little tourist town takes on a whole new kind of life – and death.
* Top News Today January 2015: Second Earth? 600 light years aways, Strange Sounds from the Sky 2015
* Shout Outs: God, Mom & Dad, Facebook Familiy & Friends, Brother & Sister BTR:
Dennis Dyche the "Dream Master", Blake Cousins of "Third Phase of Moon" and all my fans & Listeners.
* Scriptures: Bible: Luke 21:11, Peter 5:8
* Gothic Music
* Supernatural Stories
RevKess and Kalisara are proud to bring you a few of the 78 artists who created 78 Tarot, an epic deck filled with a variety of artistic styles and gorgeous artwork from around the world.
78 Tarot grew organically through social media. Kayti Welsh asked some of her friends to help and within 24 hours they had 78 artists. The deck features Jasmine Becket-Griffith (a Disney licensed artist), Larry Elmore (known for his work on the Dragonlance books), Everette Hartsoe (of gothic comic book fame), "DragonLady" Carla Morrow, fantasy artist Meredith Dillman, Patricia Ariel and fantasy artist Tiffany Toland-Scott.
78 Tarot First Edition Deck was the debut project that was successfully funded via Kickstarter in July of 2014. The First Edition did not follow any kind of theme and the artists were left up to their interpretation without any set of rules to follow. The second deck, the Tarot Nautical, is currently in production.
Artist, Designer, Dancer, Witch - just a few of the words that can be used to describe Laura 'Tempest' Zakroff. Based in Seattle, WA - she is a renaissance woman of many talents and hats.
Tempest is the most recognized name associated with Gothic & Steampunk Fusion Bellydance in North America and across the world. Tempest's fascination with sacred and ritual dance lead her to bellydance over 15 years ago, and the exploration of Myth is an important and recurring theme in her work. Website: www.darklydramatic.com She is the producer of Waking Persephone in Seattle. Website: www.wakingpersephone.com
Art & design:
Her artwork has been published in numerous books and magazines. She is inspired by myth and mystery, extreme detail and dreams, mixing the macabre with fantasy and wonder www.owlkeyme.com
She has been a practicing Pagan and Modern Traditional Witch for over 20 years. She founded the Cauldron of Annwyn Pagan Society in New England (1998-2001), started the first Rhode Island Pagan Pride Day, Associate Editor of Crescent Magazine (1998-2004), and was the youngest attendee of the Pagan Leaders Summit that took place in Bloomington, IN in 2001. After about a decade of taking a break from being publicly active in the Pagan Community, she recently has begun blogging about Witchcraft, and revamping the Modern Tradition of Witchcraft website: http://moderntraditionalwitch.blogspot.com/
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One of our favorite guests returns to the Star Chamber on Wednesday night at 9pm EST when L. Andrew Cooper visits! Author, scholar, and movie guru, L. Andrew Cooper is a fascinating guest that you do not want to miss!
About L. Andrew Cooper: L. Andrew Cooper scribbles horror: novels Burning the Middle Ground and Descending Lines as well as the 2014 anthology of experimental shorts Leaping at Thorns. He also co-edited and contributed to the anthologies Imagination Reimagined (2014) and the newly-released Reel Dark: Twisted Fantasies Projected on the Flickering Page (2015). His most recent book about film, Dario Argento (2012), examines the maestro’s movies from the 70s to the present. Cooper’s other works on horror include his non-fiction study Gothic Realities (2010), a co-edited textbook, Monsters (2012), and recent essays that discuss 2012’s Cabin in the Woods (2014) and 2010’s A Serbian Film (in press, 2015?). His B.A. is from Harvard, Ph.D. from Princeton. Louisville locals might recognize him from his year-long stint as WDRB-TV’s “movie guy.”
Find him at amazon.com/author/landrewcooper
It all started in 1982 when famed filmmaker Steven Spielberg set out to make a horrifying film that took people out of dark castles and gothic mansions to good ol' suburbia. What followed was a legacy that has spanned across 33 years and has had an everlasting impact on the horror genre. Tonight we'll be discussing that very legacy and the real life horrors of what followed in its wake. Head towards the light Creeps - we're going to the other side!
42nd Show! Featuring another offensive metal with IKILLYA starting the night off, at 11p EST followed by Devastracktor; Adrenicide; Evil Killer; Ion Vein; Mad Hatter's Den; Mentally Defiled; and Skull Koraptor all in the FIRST 30-minutes!
Featuring Punk, Gothic, Hard Rock, Horror Rock... with Nurse's Dead Bodies, The Ghoolz
Then a hour of Death, Grindcore, Black Metal! Human Infection; Death Vomit; Horde Casket; Evil Brain Taste; Beltane; Womit Angel; Lord of Pagathorn
So Much More, Tune in for the most drunken, crudest, rudest, offensive show!