When starting this show, I never really thought I could get a peek into the world of classic filmmakers like Edgar G. Ulmer, but what better peek than to sit down over coffee with none other than Ulmer’s daughter Arianne?
Many of you know films like the Universal classic The Black Cat, starring Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff, as well as the striking film noir Detour, but how much do you know about the man behind the camera? A new
SPOILERS ABOUND! I’ve been asked to share my thoughts about the FX horror show American Horror Story: Coven, so here you go! I do go into plot details, so watch the show first! Let me know what you think–let’s discuss!
The full conversation I had with Cinema Junkie Beth Accomando from KPBS about films that are so bad that they are absolutely irresistible. These types of film number among my favorites, and not in an ironic or joking way, either.
Hello everyone! I’m back! In this episode, I talk horror on the paneled page with comics creator Rachel Pandich of RachelPandich.com! She has created the comic Aspire, as well has written comics for the Womanthology series. Most recently, she is
The Kaijucast’s Kyle Yount invited me to participate in a panel all about Japanese Giant Monsters at Crypticon Seattle last month! Kyle and Jeff Dean of Kaijucast, Aron Tarbuck from The Dreaming Comics and Games in Seattle, and I had
#102: Horror, Sexuality, Body Fluids, and Rotting Flesh with Thanatomorphose director Éric Falardeau
I have a great ooey gooey episode for you today! I recently caught a screening of a Canadian microbudget body horror film called Thanatomorphose at my friend Paul’s great Ocean Beach film festival The Frequency Film Festival. This is a film
Hello fellow monster lovers! It’s been a long time, but I’m BACK! Boy has this month been crazy! Find out why with this episode! FILM FILM FILM! I discuss our new FILM GEEKS series in San Diego. We kicked it
#100 Science Special! Physics, Science, and Zombies with Accelerator Physicist/Director Luke Thompson!
It’s my 100th episode! What better way to celebrate than with a combination of scifi-horror and real science! Europe’s CERN Laboratory (short for the Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, which I did NOT attempt to butcher in this episode), which
Quick bonus for you, kids! Have you heard the theme song for The Green Slime? It’s one of the most fun movie theme songs of all time. Here is a link to the original: Well, my good friend Ramie Tateishi