Horrible Imaginings Podcast 187: Tom Holland Talks Fright Night at The Frida!
This is a bit of a bonus podcast, recorded live, following a screening of the 1985 vampire classic Fright Night, starring Roddy McDowall, Chris Sarandon, Amanda Bearse, William Ragsdale, and Stephen Geoffreys. The screening was a special free event that we at Horrible Imaginings put on to introduce ourselves to our new neighborhood at our new venue–The Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, California. To make things even more special, I am thrilled to say that Tom Holland writer/director/creator of Fright Night, as well as Child’s Play, Tales from the Crypt, Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales, and so much more, agreed to take the time to join us for a special conversation with the audience. I am delighted to say we had a packed house that stuck around for a lively discussion with Mr. Holland, and now all of you can enjoy it, too!
Tom Holland is endless fun to talk to, as you will hear, and you can keep up with those conversations and more at his Tom Holland’s Terror Time website. Check out the store for some awesome autographed horror goodness from the man himself! Also keep up with exciting news about a new Fright Night comic series and novel!
Passes, by the way, are NOW selling for the 9th Annual Horrible Imaginings Film Festival at our new location! Get them before they are gone!
Festival founder and podcast host Miguel Rodriguez was also included, among 47 other horror professionals, in this collection of essays detailing how our favorite horror films shaped who we became. It is a great read, available NOW! Get it and please review it!
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