Sun, 16 December 2012
In this episode we welcome the youngest actor we have had yet onto the show. Grace Powell joins Wayne for an interview about her movie roles and her feature film debut in "Jacob".
Direct download: episode_55_grace_powell.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 12:00pm CDT
Wed, 5 December 2012
This episode was actually recorded for another podcast of mine called Worlds of Wayne. I thought that it was perfect for the Necronomicast and for the first time, we have in-studio music on the show! The play is a Witching Hour Production and runs their shows at 11pm here in Omaha. My friends Brad and Liz are producing the music which they will perform live during the play and join me in the studio to share some of it with us. It was a great time, and who doesn't love old timey ghost stories of murder and tragedy?
Direct download: Episode_54_Grass_So_Tall_Sky_So_Black.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 10:09am CDT
Thu, 29 November 2012
Greetings horror fans! In this episode Wayne and new book review co-host Laurie interview return guest Gabrielle Stone and her director Roze - from the movie "Speak No Evil".
Direct download: Episode_53_Gabrielle_Stone_and_Roze.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 4:22pm CDT
Fri, 9 November 2012
She's hot, she's vampy, and she was a blast to interview! Actress and Scream Queen Brooke Lewis joins us on this episode and we have a fang-bangin' good time chatting her up. Brooke has been in a slew of horror films such as iMurders, Kinky Killers, Alien Dawn, and Slime City Massacre. She has also developed her character Ms. Vampy as part of a popular TV series. Listen in horror fans as she takes a bite out of both Tim and Wayne...
Direct download: Episode_52_-_Brooke_Lewis.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 1:34pm CDT
Sun, 4 November 2012
Today Wayne and Dorothy interview actor Clint Glenn Hummel. He stared in the movie The Quick and the Undead and shares his experiences and stories with us. Check out his IMDB below.
Direct download: Episode_51_-_Clint_Glenn_Hummell.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 12:08pm CDT
Mon, 29 October 2012
In this episode I am joined by another Tales of Poe actor - Bette Cassatt! She is a beautiful girl who likes to wield a sword or two (depending on her foe), games, Star Trek, and acting in quality productions on the stage and screen. Listen to the end of the episode where she drops a bomb I wasn't ready for, leaving me a bit star struck and babbling like a geeky kid...
Trivia from her IMDB
Became legally handicapped following a severe knee injury. After reconstructive surgery and lengthy physical therapy, Bette is back in fighting form.
Has studied stage combat under Brad Waller at The Shakespeare Theatre as well as trained with various fight masters including the legendary Paddy Crean. She has worked as a fight choreographer for various theatres, and has taught stage combat for The Catholic University of America's master program.
Trains award-winning Shetland Sheepdogs, who have appeared on film, television, stage, parades, and other live events. One dog, D'Artagnan, will appear in the upcoming PBS documentary "History Through Deaf Eyes.".
Is a cancer survivor. Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma of the Parotid (Salivary Gland Cancer).
Wrote (adapted and translated from the novel) a four-actor version of The Three Musketeers, by Alexander Dumas. The production with In-School Players and The National Theatre garnered great praise from audiences. Bette played D'Artagnan and Queen Anne, was one of the three costumers, and was fight captain.
Direct download: Episode_50_Bette_Cassett.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 4:17pm CDT
Fri, 12 October 2012
In this episode Bart shares with us info and stories behind his new production Tales of Poe.
Bart Mastronardi is an independent filmmaker born and raised in NYC. He wrote, photographed, directed and produced his feature film debut in the horror genre titled VINDICATION, which author and filmmaker Clive Barker wrote, “Eloquent, original and deeply felt VINDICATION is…a triumph.” VINDICATION. The film went on to receive numerous awards in the festival circuit and is released on DVD nationally and internationally by R-Squared Films.
Direct download: Episode_49_-_Bart_Mastronadi.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 1:32pm CDT
Sun, 7 October 2012
In this episode we are joined by Chad and Dorothy writers and producers from the film Blood Rites, who joined us in the studio from Lincoln NE to help us interview our guest Kelli Maroney. They are big fans of the show and of our guest. We talk about the film Blood Rites and what movies they are currently working on, then we get into a great interview with Kelli. She is known for a slew of classic films such as Night of the Comet, Chopping Mall and Fast Times at Ridgemont High. She also appeared in the vampire series True Blood. Check out her IMDB below.
Direct download: Episode_48_-_Kelli_Maroney.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 3:00pm CDT
Mon, 1 October 2012
In this episode actor Larry Carrell joins Wayne and Tim for an interview. He shares how he got into acting and also talks about his movie Jacob. From his IMDB:
Born in the small town of Alvin, Texas Larry Carrell's passion for entertaining began very early in life. By the age of 10 he was a talented guitarist, performing with bands all over the state. Naturally, his love of music led to an interest in movies. After an inspirational trip to one of Houston's most beloved Halloween attractions, Carrell become fascinated with stage makeup and special effects. This interest led Carrell to a 20 year career in the Haunted Attraction Industry. Realizing all he was missing was a camera. Carrell formed Ungowa Films and made his first feature Game Over: The Secret Life of Game Store Clerks. Ungowa Films went on to win a Platinum Remi award for their last film together "Done" at the 43rd Annual World Fest. Moving forward Carrell has now joined forces with President of Odyssee Pictures Stacy Davidson, writer/director of Sweatshop and Domain of the Damned. The two share a passion for storytelling and a commitment to the highest level of quality that is evident in the upcoming film "Jacob" He now resides in Houston, Texas and works as Vice President for Odyssee Pictures.
Direct download: Episode_47_-_Larry_Carrell.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 4:43pm CDT
Sun, 23 September 2012
On this episode we are joined by actor Gabrielle Stone. As the daughter of former guest and actor Dee Wallace, she knows her way around a movie set. She talks about her experiences growing up around the industry and what films she is currently working on. We chat about how blood tastes, donating blood via mosquito, and the other charms of the movie industry.
Direct download: Gabrielle_Stone.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 2:28pm CDT
Fri, 14 September 2012
Once again Adrienne King joins us for an interview here at the new Necronomicast studios! In this video Wayne is joined by guest host Doug K, a musician, podcaster, and fan of the show. Together they chat it up with Adrienne who talks about her new projects, new wines, and new website!
Direct download: Episode_45_-_Adrienne_King_-_The_Sequel.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 2:01pm CDT
Tue, 11 September 2012
This episode features an interview with actor Tevis Marcum. You have probably seen him in a few movies as he has worked with some of the biggest names in film. He shares with us some stories of how he got into acting and a few more about working on the set with names like Stallone, Schwarzenegger, Norton, Stone, Jovovich, Barrymore, and De Niro just to name a few. Check out his IMDB below, then listen to the interview. He is a great friend of the show and we had a blast interviewing him.
Direct download: Episode_44_-_Tevis_Marcum.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 8:26am CDT
Wed, 5 September 2012
This episode features an interview with veteran actor Michael Berryman whos film credits include the Hills Have Eyes, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Star Trek IV, Weird Science, The Devil's Rejects, and the new Rob Zombie film The Lords of Salem. We talk to him about his amazing career in horror and over 79 films.
Late 1970s horror genre icon whose best known for his creepy performance as "Pluto" in the uncompromising Wes Craven horror film The Hills Have Eyes (1977). Berryman (who suffers from Hypohidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia, a rare condition leaving him with no sweat glands, hair, fingernails or teeth) reminds one of a latter-day Rondo Hatton who also suffered from a rare medical condition that distorted his features giving him a brutish look just right for horror movies. To Berryman's credit, he managed to develop upon his "Pluto" character, and has turned up in numerous sci-fi / fantasy movies such as My Science Project (1985), Weird Science (1985), Armed Response (1986) and Evil Spirits (1990). The tall & lean Berryman generally portrays mutant bikers, evil undertakers, monsters and other frightening characters! A genuine favorite of horror movie fans!
Direct download: Michael_Berryman.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 9:06pm CDT
Wed, 15 August 2012
In this episode we get to interview actor Irwin Keys. He is a veteran of the small screen as well as the silver screen and is still busy today adding his style of character to every role he plays. It was a pleasure to speak with this man and he has a few great stories about his time on a wide variety of movies and television shows.
Large (6'1"), affable, and commanding character actor Irwin Keyes was born on March 16, 1952 in New York City. Keyes grew up in Amityville, New York and graduated from Amityville Memorial High School in 1970. He acted in his first play "The Lower Depths" by Maxim Grody while attending college.
Frequently cast as likable lugs, brutish goons, and imposing authority figures, Irwin has acted in a diverse array of movies in such genres as horror ("Friday the 13th," "Guilty as Charged," "House of 1000 Corpses"), comedy ("The Private Eyes," "Zapped!;" hilarious as Wheezy Joe in "Intolerable Cruelty"), thriller ("Dream Lover"), science fiction (both "Oblivion" pictures), and action ("The Warriors," "The Exterminator" and its sequel).
Keyes achieved his greatest enduring popularity with his recurring role as endearingly oafish bodyguard Hugo Majelewski on the hit sitcom "The Jeffersons." Among the TV shows Irwin has made guest appearances on are "Laverne & Shirley," "Police Squad!," "Moonlighting," "Married with Children," "thirtysomething," "Growing Pains," "Tales from the Crypt," and "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation."
Direct download: Episode_42_Irwin_Keys.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 10:46am CDT
Tue, 7 August 2012
In this episode we talk to the always charming Marilyn Burns, star of the cult classic horror bloodfest - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. She talk about her experiences on set, and shares a few stories regarding her career. Let's just say filming is a bit different now than it used to be!
Direct download: Episode_41_-_Marilyn_Burns.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 5:04pm CDT
Tue, 31 July 2012
That's right folks! Dee Wallace joins us for an interview. This legendary screen and television actor is known for movies like The Hills Have Eyes, Cujo, ET, The Howling, Critters, and countless other movie and television appearances. Recently she was in Rob Zombie's Halloween and she is also in his much anticipated upcoming film Lords of Salem. She talks to us about her career, how she got started, some favorite moments, and her journey as a self-help guru, author, and healer.
Direct download: Episode_40_-_Dee_Wallace.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 10:01am CDT
Tue, 24 July 2012
In this episode we welcome Parrish Randall. He was a friend of the show before he was even interviewed, and now we get to see what makes this prolific actor tic. He has been in a slew of films and has done his share of killing as well as being killed. Check out his IMDB below:
Direct download: Episode_39_-_parrish_randall.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 9:44pm CDT
Fri, 13 July 2012
Comin' at you! Today on the show, we welcome Larry Zerner from Friday the 13th Part 3. We talk about his brief acting career and how this particular movie changed the franchise. Also, we find out how Larry has maintained a vital role in the industry.
Happy Friday the 13th!
Direct download: Episode_38_-_Larry_Zerner.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 12:52pm CDT
Mon, 9 July 2012
In this episode we welcome Belinda Balaski from the Howling, Gremlins, and veteran television actor. She has been is some amazing movies as well as in a vast amount of television roles. She now runs an prestigious acting school and is also an author. We talk to her about her roles in the Howling, her first horror role in Piranha, and how she went from werewolves to writing.
Direct download: Episode_37_-_Belinda_Balaski.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 3:45pm CDT
Tue, 3 July 2012
In this episode, we interview Marv Blauvelt and Jared Degado from Musclewolf Productions. This company has some of the biggest actors in horror, and by big, we mean physically big. Really, these guys are ripped. We talk about how they have combined the physical attributes of body building with acting, modeling, and working in the horror industry, and get an insight to a possible new reality show.
Direct download: Episode_36_-_musclewolf_productions.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 9:09am CDT
Tue, 26 June 2012
Yes, you've seen Douglas Tait, you just may not have known it. He has appeared in several top movies including Freddie Vs Jason, Star Trek, Land of the Lost, Thor, Heroes, Sons of Anarchy, Zathura, and is even in the new movie Kings of Badassdom. Yes, Doug is an actor both in and out of the makeup chair and we are happy to chat with him about his roles on some amazing movies.
Direct download: Episode_35_-_Douglas_Tate.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 8:53am CDT
Tue, 19 June 2012
In this episode we get the pleasure of interviewing a long time favorite actress and screen legend, Adrienne Barbeau! Maude, Cannon Ball Run, Back to School, Swamp Thing, The Fog, Escape From New York, Creepshow, and many, many other roles have made her a superstar over the years. She kept her career moving by starring in Carnivale and recently has a role in the new film Argo, in which she shares the screen with Ben Affleck and a slew of other major stars.
In this interview, we talk about her film and television career, as well as her many voice over roles from television cartoons to video games. She was absolutely amazing to chat with and it was fascinating getting to hear her stories and experiences. And yes, she even appeared in Star Trek Deep Space Nine - The Rev. was completely geeked about this.
Direct download: Episode_34_Adrienne_Barbeau.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 9:49am CDT
Fri, 15 June 2012
In this episode we interview the wonderful and talented Lesleh Donaldson. She is a veteran stage and film actor and has been a part of some awesome cult classics like Funeral Home and Happy Birthday to me (the intro trailer audio at the beginning of the episode).
Direct download: Episode_33_-_lesleah_Donaldson.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 5:08pm CDT
Tue, 12 June 2012
It's strange when an idea turns into something completely unexpected. That's exactly what happened to Patrick Dobson. A simple graphic started a snowball that is building into something that hasn't even been revealed yet. Hear how this photographer turned his love for horror into an image that sparked a flame in Friday the 13th movie fans.
Patrick Dobson and his Friday the 13th Retribution fan page on facebook
Direct download: Episode_32_Patrick_Dobson.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 8:17am CDT
Tue, 5 June 2012
Dr. Death and the Rev. Podfather sit down and discuss Chernobyl Diaries with slightly different oppinions. The Rev offers his oppinions on Cabin in the Woods. Updates on what is happening with Necronomicast, upcoming guests, and events too.
Direct download: episode_31.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 10:42am CDT
Thu, 24 May 2012
We were pleased to have one of the industries leading ladies for an interview this episode! Legendary Scream Queen Brinke Stevens joins us and we chat about her amazing career.
Born in San Diego, California, Stevens has studied several foreign languages, including Esperanto and gained a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology from San Diego State University and a Master of Science in Marine Biology from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California.
Stevens has appeared in over 100 movies, primarily in the horror, sci-fi and fantasy film genres. From her long list of acting credits she has gained notoriety as a scream queen, to the extent that she was once the subject of a Jeopardy! answer: "Brinke Stevens is known by this semi-rhyming title." (Question: What is a Scream Queen?). The Jeopardy! question was asked during the Scripps Institution of Oceanography special. In addition to acting, Stevens has co-written a number of screenplays, co-produced two documentaries, and served as an onset decorator.
Direct download: Episode_30_-_Brinke_Stevens.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 11:24am CDT
Mon, 7 May 2012
In this episode we talk to RJ from SyFy's Face Off Season 2. RJ was a finalist on the show as well as a fan favorite winning over the audience with his signature designs that included the Dr. of Razors, the Orchid/Chameleon, and the Bellhop. He talks about what it was like after the lights of the reality show faded, what prepared him to try out for the show in the first place, and where he wants to take his talents in the future.
From the Face Off Bio Page:
RJ earned his spot on Face Off by winning the Syfy Viewers Choice Contest at the 2011 Comic Con in San Diego, where he competed against two other artists in a live make-up challenge, using prosthetics, paint and airbrushing to transform a live model into any creature. RJ was trained at the Joe Blasco Makeup School in Hollywood. He worked at special-effects company Alterian Inc. as a shop runner and production assistant followed by a brief stint at Amalgamated Dynamics Inc. RJ moved back home ten years ago to help his family. He received his Regents Bachelor's of Arts at West Virginia State. RJ now teaches film, television, multimedia and special effects to high school students at his alma mater in Charleston, West Virginia. RJ hopes Face Off allows him to work on more projects and open up a studio in West Virginia.
Direct download: Episode_29_RJ_Haddy_face_off.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 1:02pm CDT
Mon, 30 April 2012
In this episode we chat with Brea Joseph, a contestant on SyFy's Face Off season 2. She spent a few weeks and made her mark on the show with some outstanding make up effects and even a little drama. She shares with us her love of blood, guts, and puss as well as how she managed to expand her business while testing her skills on a reality television show.
Her bio from SyFy:
This California native isn’t just good at makeup…she’s army strong. Brea owns and operates her own special effects company, where she creates simulated trauma injuries for military and medical training courses. Her only special effects education was training under a Dick Smith/Westmore graduate. Despite her lack of traditional training, Brea’s enthusiasm and energy makes her a fierce competitor. Raised by a strong mother, Brea has a thick skin and a drive to be the best. In addition to her makeup job, she sings and engineers for a hip-hop group called Deep Rooted
Brea online: KBZ Effects
Direct download: Episode_28_-_Brea_Joseph.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 9:10am CDT
Mon, 23 April 2012
In this episode we are joined by Melanie Kinnaman, star of Friday the 13th part V. She talks to us about what it was like to film the movie as well as being a part of an iconic horror franchise. Melanie is a veteran actor and has appeared in many television shows, films, and commercials. Her resume includes spots on television shows such as Saturday Night Live, Cheers, Hill Street Blues, and General Hospital as well as a slew of television commercials for a variety of national products. She now is enjoying meeting fans at conventions, working on new projects, and living her life without having to run through the mud trying to escape supernatural killers.
Direct download: Episode_27_-_Melanie_Kinnaman.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 9:30am CDT
Fri, 13 April 2012
It was a dream come true for host Dr. Death as we interviewed an actor from one if his favorite films. No, not Twilight (shock) but Halloween 3 Season of the Witch. Stacy Nelkin has had an amazing career in film and television and she shares with us some insight on being a part of the franchise, how the movie broke from the franchise, her fun times working with an amazing list of actors, and what she is currently up to.
Direct download: Episode_26_-_Stacy_Nelkin.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 9:15am CDT
Thu, 5 April 2012
In this episode we welcome make up and special effects artist Beki Ingram from Syfy's Face Off season 2. She is a very talented artist and we chat about what it was really like behind the scenes on the show and how she delt with being cut off from the rest of the world for the duration of the show, working with other personalities, dealing with drama, and what she is up to after the show.
Beki's Syfy bio:
Beki Ingram comes from a small struggling family who encouraged her imagination and creativity beyond just a pencil and piece of paper. Beki has no formal training but has always had an artistic eye on life, striving to get hands-on with anything that ignites her artistic monster lurking inside. She is greatly inspired by the movie The Elephant Man. She got her professional start in special effects at Robert Kurtzman’s Creatures Corps where she learned to apply and create characters that she had only imagined. Beki is driven, outspoken and honest. A few of her idols are Jim Henson, Terry Gilliam, and Hayao Miyazaki.
Direct download: Episode_25_-_Beki_Ingram.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 8:35am CDT
Mon, 26 March 2012
In this episode of the Necronomicast we are joined by Larry Mainland from AMC's The Walking Dead. He is known as the "getting out of the car zombie" and is prominently featured on many of the show's promotional materials. His main role was spotlighted in the series premier and just by being dead and getting out of a vehicle, has become part of television and zombie history. We chat about his experiences on the show as well as what he is up to these days.
Direct download: Episode_24_Larry_Mainland.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 3:49pm CDT
Sat, 17 March 2012
In this episode we interview Adrienne King of Friday the 13th. We talk about her work in movies and television. She also has her own line of Wines called Crystal Lake Wines and is an accomplished artist.
Adrienne was born in and raised Oyster Bay, Long Island and did her first commercial when she was six months old, and has stayed at it with a brief hiatus or two ever since. She has also studied voice and dance, being continually involved in some phase of show business. She has done numerous television and radio commercials.
Direct download: Episode_23_-_Adrienne_King.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 9:13am CDT
Sat, 10 March 2012
In this episode we are joined by Simon Bamford who was the "Butterball" Cenobite in the Hellraiser movies 1 and 2. He joins us via skype from the UK and we talk about his role as a demon from Hell as well as his friendship with Clive Barker.
A professional actor for over 30 years Simon has been in demand in theatre all over the world. At the Young Vic he played Ernst Robel in 'Spring Awakening', At the Chichester Festival Theatre he played opposite Nicholas Parsons and Ruthie Henshall as 'Gabby' in 'Follow the Star', In Cairo and Bucharest he performed in 'The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)' and played Roy in 'Neville's Island'. He played the Butterball Cenobite in the first two Hellraiser movies. He also created and played the role of Ohnaka in Clive Barker's holocaust movie 'Nightbreed'. In 2009, he had played Derek in 'The Book of Blood' for Matador Pictures and is filming 'The 4th Reich' in the Ukraine during 2012. On television, he can be seen in the SKY TV 'Better Effect' commercials. In 2000, he won actor of the year award for his portrayal of Pip in Great Expectations at The Vassa Theatre in Stockholm, and has also designed and directed several international tours including 'The Big Day' Sofia, Qatar, and Dubai as well as Educating Rita in Kuala Lumpur. In 2004 he took a production of 'Shirley Valentine' to help raise money for a new school.
Direct download: Episode_22_-_Simon_Bamford.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 1:48pm CDT
Fri, 2 March 2012
In this episode we talk about one of the episodes of the Walking Dead, where friend and former show guest Joe Giles was once again prominently featured as a flesh eating walker. He is the walker that tries to pull Lori from the car and shoves his face through the windsheild. Joe has been featured several times and even has a new action figure out now of his off the bus suit-wearing zombie in episode 1 of season one.
We also share some thoughts on the current season of SyFy's Face Off. We have our oppinions on how well the contestants are doing, who should go home next, and how this whole season has been so far.
If you have movie reviews, write them down and send them to us via email or call the show. We would love to share your thoughts with our listeners.
Direct download: Episode_21.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 10:32am CDT
Fri, 24 February 2012
In this episode we talk to John Dugan who played the character "Grandpa" in the first Texas Chainsaw Massacre circa 1974. John will be once again playing his iconic character in the new Texas Chainsaw 3D, has been working on a few other thriller movies, and has been kept busy on the horror convention circut.
Direct download: Episode_20_-_John_Dugan.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 10:17am CDT
Mon, 6 February 2012
Billed as "Sonya Thompson Professional Zombie", this walker has been a featured member of the undead on AMC's The Walking Dead for the past two seasons. But that's not all she does, Sonya is a working actor that is finding out just how much attention one zombie can get. We first met up with her in Omaha at a local pop culture convention where she joined a couple other zombie co-stars, and we can testify that she is one of the most pleasant people to hang out with - living or undead.
Also, Dr. Death and the Reverend Podfather were part of the Westlake Zombies Ad campaign developed by Bozell Marketing. We did the makeup and had some of our fans become zombies with us in this funny series of videos that helped Westlake Hardware get noticed in 2011. Recently Bozell and the Westlake Zombies ad campaign took home 5 Nebraksa ADDY Awards! Including Best of Show! This is a big acheivement and we want to thank everyone involved.
Hey you horror fans, be a peach and share our bloddy podcast to your bloddy friends. Let's make this a great year for horror fans and the Necronomicast.
Direct download: Episode_19.mp3
Category:Podcasts -- posted at: 12:27pm CDT
Mon, 30 January 2012
In this episode we welcome Tony Moran. Tony was the Michael Myers that got unmasked by Jamie Lee Curtis. He is also the older brother of Erin Moran of Happy Days fame. He shares a few stories with us about working on the set, leaving the Hollywood scene for years, only to be discovered by a legion of horror fans who were eager to meet and get autographs from the first unmasked Michael. He shares a couple of new projects he is working on as well.
Direct download: Episode_18.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:38pm CDT
Sun, 8 January 2012
In this episode we feature a couple of extra voices - Ryan from Spider and the Fly joins us once again as does Molly from the Dark Wings, Dork Words podcast. We talk about our new affiliation with the charity organization Scares That Care, upcoming movies we are looking forward too, as well as a feature video that showcases Dr. Death's story.
Dark Wings, Dork Words Podcast
Direct download: Episode_17.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:49pm CDT