Hey there Fiends! If you have been checking out the show from the home of Dread Central, we are greatly appreciative at The Dungeon! We have spoken to some incredible genre guests this month ... but our final guest for March is going to hopefully blow your minds! She did ours.
The Dungeon is rising like a dark phoenix with the new and incredible team of "Apocalypse" Amy Lynes and Hollywood F/X Master, Thomas Surprenant! Show regulars Barb and Jess will always be a piece of puzzle, but the new team is already going strong after their debut! Listen up!
In case you haven't noticed, you will now be able to listen to EVERY Dungeon show right here on Dread Central! The Dungeon itself has gone through some quick changes - we have changed the show, co-hosts and all! So without further ado, let me introduce the new terror team!
It's taken a little while, but we got the kinks worked out and are happy to bring you one of the premiere radio shows pertaining to the horror genre right here on Dread Central. Turn up the volume, and dig on Delamorte's Dungeon of Deadly Delights with special guest Michael Rooker.
Just before Halloween last year we told you guys about MonsterPants Toys and Apparel, the brainchild of writer/director/artist James Felix McKenney, and now comes word on the MonsterPants Internet radio show. Read on for details!
This week on the Dungeon we continue our Women in Horror Month festivities! But this isn't your typical celebration. We'll be speaking to "the queen of crimson", Philadelphia horror host Karen Scioli, as well as one of the greatest "final girls" ever: Friday the 13th Part 2's Amy Steel!
Here at Dread Central everyone strives to bring you the very best of all things spooky. That being said, I'm proud to bring you sickos my interview talk show - Delamorte's Dungeon of Deadly Delights!
There's music in the night, and the smell of funnel cakes and popcorn fills the air. People line up for a game of chance to win teddy bears and goldfish. It's a fun night when the carnival comes to town. But for one lucky couple games on the midway aren't enough. They need to see the darker side, most often called the freak show. What they find, however, is more horrifying than they could imagine. Join us for our Dreadtime Story called "The Carnival."
Every parent has to deal with nightmares. When a child screams in the night, it takes a special kind of patience to reassure the child that there's nothing in the darkness. But what if the child wasn't dreaming? What if the nightmares are real? What happens when the child's fears become the parents' nightmares? Join us for our Dreadtime Story called "Under the Bed."
For the New Year the Dreadtime Players thought it might be cool to air our "Pilot Episode," the one that got us green-lit. Simple old-school terror reigns as a woman finds herself alone at night with a maniac loose in the neighborhood. We hope you enjoy our first effort, "The Caller."
The Dreadtime Stories Players would like to thank everyone for listening and wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. And to do so, we thought we'd share a bit of macabre holiday tradition. Gather the children, drink some nog, and enjoy our version of "Twas the Night Before Christmas." We'll see you all in 2010!
What toll does the loss of a child take on a family? Do those wounds heal? Or do they fester into madness? When a family is torn apart by a tragic accident, it leaves a burden that must be shouldered by both parents. But just how deep does the pain run?
Ever consider that person you're dating? Just what would they do without you? More importantly, what would they do if you left them? Some women say they can't live without their men. Others say they won't let their man live without them.
What is more frightening: the monster you can see, or the one you can't? Is it more frightening to see the beast, or to hear its breath as it rasps behind you, waiting to drag your soul to hell? Sit down in your favorite chair and hearken back to yesteryear.
Remember Dreadtime Stories? It was a feature we ran a while back that showcased authors reading their original works of fiction to you, our dear readers. It's been a while since we've had one, and we've decided to bring it back in an all new format!