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We’re always glad to help spread the word about new horror projects, and today we have the lowdown on “Inside Horror”, a genre-based Internet chat show from Elric Kane and Staci Layne Wilson that will air Tuesday nights live at 7:00 p.m. PST at theStream.tv, beginning next week on January 10th.

In case Elric and Staci’s names sound familiar, in addition to their solo projects that will be mentioned below, “Inside Horror” comes hot on the heels of their previous successful web show, “This Week in Horror”, which ran for two seasons.

From the Press Release:
Going in-depth on unusual subjects with entire episodes dedicated to the likes of Edgar Allan Poe, Mannequin Menace, “The Walking Dead” TV series, the Italian horror sub-genre giallo, and much more, “This Week In Horror” set a new bar for quality in Internet television. Horror icons such as Roger Corman, Lance Henriksen, and Cassandra Peterson (aka Elvira) as well as up-and-comers like Darren Lynn Bousman, Ti West, and Sarah Butler appeared, as did revered character actors like Doug Jones, Kane Hodder, and Danielle Harris.

“INSIDE HORROR” will kick the dynamic up in its debut with special guest and legendary filmmaker John Landis (An American Werewolf in London, The Blues Brothers) to talk about subjects in his new coffee table book, Monsters in the Movies (review here). A signed copy of the hardcover will be given away on the show. For your chance to win, tune in January 10th at 7 p.m. PST to theStream.tv.

“INSIDE HORROR” will present live, in-studio guests with hosts and producers Elric Kane and Staci Layne Wilson; Dreadlines news and commentary with Jenna Busch, presented by Dread Central; debates; horror movies in pre-production on Kickstarter and IndieGoGo; and recommendations on new movies, DVDs, and Netflix streaming offerings.

The “INSIDE HORROR” team:

STACI LAYNE WILSON – Creator, Producer, Host. Staci is the senior reviewer and on-camera reporter at horror.com, writes for L’Ecran Fantastique, and is the author of 50 Years of Ghost Movies. She directed two short films in 2011, The Key to Annabel Lee and The Night Plays Tricks.

ELRIC KANE – Creator, Producer, Host. Elric is primarily a filmmaker and documentarian with several director credits to his name. He started making films in New Zealand before teaching film in Chicago and directing B-movies under a pseudonym. His next short, Tender, is due out in 2012.

JENNA BUSCH – Dreadlines, Co-Host. Jenna writes and reports for JoBlo, AOL Popeater, Huffington Post, IGN, UGO, Newsarama, Geek Week, and Collider.

New Genre-Based Chat Show Inside Horror Debuts January 10th at theStream.tv

New Genre-Based Chat Show Inside Horror Debuts January 10th at theStream.tv

New Genre-Based Chat Show Inside Horror Debuts January 10th at theStream.tv

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