Fri, 22 March 2013
Tim and Wayne have a little sit down chat over tea and biscuits with the overlord of metal. They came away without getting sacrificed and were more the wiser on skin creams, sacrificing celebrities, felatio, dumpster sex, and jacking off elephants. GWAR will be incinerating Lincoln soon and we plan to be there.
We totally didn't talk about this on the show, but check this out: Oderus on Fearnet's Holliston
Mon, 18 March 2013
Award-winning genre filmmaker Alan Rowe Kelly joined the ongoing force of independent horror with his 2002 cult film debut I’LL BURY YOU TOMORROW which garnered him 2 awards for Best Feature. He was voted Best Director, Best Writer and Best Independent Film of 2003 by Next Tuesday Magazine, and followed up with his 2nd feature THE BLOOD SHED (2007) which awarded him Best Feature @ the 2007 Dark Carnival Film Fest.
Aside from producing, writing and directing Kelly has moved in front of cameras to appear in over 30 genre films including VINDICATION, SLICES OF LIFE, GALLERY OF FEAR, PSYCHO STREET, SATAN HATES YOU, THE BIG BAD and the now much talked about "TALES OF POE". He has been rewarded for his acting numerous times, most recently for Best Actor in Scott Perry’s SOMETHING JUST and Bart Mastronardi’s THE TELL TALE HEART in the upcoming "TALES OF POE". With his 3rd feature GALLERY OF FEAR making the rounds with the festival circuits, Kelly is currently in post-production on THE CASK for "TALES OF POE", starring opposite Randy Jones & Brewster McCall, and is wrapping on the film’s 3rd segment DREAMS with film partner Bart Mastronardi starring Adrienne King, Amy Steel, Bette Cassatt, & Caroline Williams.
Mon, 4 March 2013
In this episode Wayne is joined by Doug Jones. Doug is well known as a character and creature actor in films and television such as Hellboy, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Legion, and Pan's Labyrinth. He has appeared in a slew of movies and television, many times as a strange creature - and in some cases, many creatures all in the same movie. Doug talks about how he got into the industry, some of his dreams in film, and how he enjoys both the limelight and anonymity.
The youngest of four brothers, Doug Jones was born on the 24th May, 1960, in Indianapolis, Indiana, and grew up in the city's Northeast-side. After attending Bishop Chatard High School, he headed off to Ball State University, where he graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications, with a minor in Theater. He learned mime at school, joining a troupe and doing the whole white-face thing, and has also worked as a contortionist. After a hitch in theater in Indiana, he moved to Los Angeles in 1985, and has not been out of work since - he's acted in over 25 films, many television series (Including the award-winning "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1997), his episode 'Hush' garnered two Emmy nominations) and over 90 commercials and music videos with the likes of Madonna and Marilyn Manson. Although known mostly for his work under prosthetic s, he has also performed as 'himself' in such highly-rated films as Adaptation. (2002) with Nicolas Cage and indie projects such as Phil Donlon's A Series of Small Things (2005). But it is his sensitive and elegant performance as 'Abe Sapien' in Hellboy (2004), which stormed to the top of the U.S. box office in the spring of 2004, that has brought him an even higher profile and much praise from audiences and critics alike. Doug is married and lives in California.