Nightmare Psycho on Friday of Halloween

Finally! A new installment of The Buz has arrived, but … what is this? It’s not a comic?! Oh noes!!!1!!11!!

Buz has created something a little different this time around in the form of a radio drama involving horror cliches, dead babies and a new villain known as Norman Voorheemyers! Click on the art below to download!

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    Mike Phalin

    Since 1997, Michael Patrick Phalin has been a contributing writer to various websites including Dread Central, iMockery, Bloody Disgusting and KrytenSyxx. During the early 1980s, Phalin's love of the movie industry was fueled by the VHS tapes he found during his time spent at the video rental store his mother worked at. Rather than attending a daycare regularly, young Michael would form a tower of tapes with interesting cover art and go watch each one, the very first of these being the original 'A Nightmare on Elm Street.' From that point he was hooked on horror and the process behind creating special effects. In his twenties, Mike met Steve 'Uncle Creepy' Barton and was soon aiding the horror website Dread Central with film reviews. As the site grew in popularity, Phalin soon started writing news stories and conducting interviews on a daily basis. After a few years, he decided to take a break from writing to focus on other opportunities. After moving to a beach community with his wife Michelle, both were cast to appear in the final season of A&E's home improvement show 'Fix This Yard' in 2013. This event rekindled Mike's love of the entertainment industry. Between the time he spends being with his family, Michael continues to contribute to Dread Central both with writing and photography. In his mid-thirties, Phalin took up oil painting after being inspired by an episode of Bob Ross. Pieces of his artwork and photography can be found on his Tumblr and official website.

    • fcsoares

      Hey, just heard it and it was ok. Maybe slasher jokes are way too cliche, but I could forget. When I was getting into the mood it ended, so i felt something was lacking in the show. good production btw! –Fernando Cavendish

    • Terminal

      Meh, it was okay. You have to kick on untapped material. Slasher movies have been spoofed to death. Good try, though.

    • frank_dracman

      Hey, don’t feel bad, you tried something different, and it was pretty good. Love the comics, but this one was over way too soon. I was just getting into it and BAM, it’s over. It was funny, I never heard the wall painting baby joke before. Gotta remember that one. I’d give it an unbiased 3 out of 5.

    • The Buz

      Okay, note to self: Dead Baby jokes not a hit with the horror crowd.