Take a stroll down NIGHTMARE ALLEY, the scary little side street between regularly scheduled episodes of the Nightmare on Film Street horror podcast! This week, your hosts Kim and Jon are joined by writers, directors, and producers of viral cult horror ANTRUM; David Amito and Michael Laicini! Dubbed 'The Deadliest Film Ever Made', Antrum blurs the lines between mockumentary/found footage and immersive horror experience. Viewers must make it past a weighty warning implying a death curse might just follow them home after bearing witness to 'Antrum', a satanic film resurfaced from the 1970s. Our guests this week will lift the curtain and share with NoFS how Antrum was conceived, how it's been received, and now- how it seems to be taking on a life of its own! Join ussss... // SUPPORT THE SHOW // Nightmare on Film Street is a labor of love - and Terror! Support us on Patreon to unlock frightfully good rewards; like shoutouts on the show and social media, access to our episode archive, producer credits, bonus episodes, and much more! Patreon.com/nightmareonfilmstreet (http://patreon.com/nightmareonfilmstreet)
Oh how the tables have turned! Fangoria's own Editor-in-Chief Phil Nobile Jr. is the interviewer this time and Mick Garris himself is on the Post Mortem slab! It isn't just a typical AMA either - this full blown episode dives deep into the "Zelig of Horror"s own body of work, as well as his latest novella collection THESE EVIL THINGS WE DO: THE MICK GARRIS COLLECTION POST MORTEM WITH MICK GARRIS FANGORIA
Settle in for a brand new episode of PENNING TERROR with David Ian McKendry! David sits down (virtually) with Larry Zerner, for a fascinating discussion about legal issues and writing (and, of course, FRIDAY THE 13TH)!
On this episode of CREATURES OF THE NIGHT, exciting new projects are discussed and explored. As promised, a virtual tour of the Winchester Mansion is highlighted. The Boulet's also share their thoughts on Hammer Films THE LODGE as well as one of Shudder's newest originals, BLOOD MACHINES. This episode's Haunting of History is the notorious Kelly-Hopkinsville encounter of 1955. Join us for thrills, family curses, and little green men!
This week the Fango team dives into the pulsating neon wonderland of Shudder's BLOOD MACHINES! Natasha, Brandon, and James discuss their love of Carpenter Brut, the creative team behind the name Seth Ickerman, and more! You can watch BLOOD MACHINES on Shudder right now!
"Banana Bread on Deck" This week we’re talking about Jennifer Kent’s THE BABADOOK! We break down why and how the Babadook is a gay icon, defend the child probably more than anybody was expecting, and advocate for non-Karen community outreach! Plus in Tea Time we sip on DEAD TO ME, the FRIDAY THE 13th franchise, THE WALKING DEAD, VALLEY GIRL (2020), and THE COLLEGE GIRL MURDERS! Find us on Twitter and Instagram: @queerwolfpod Join our group Attack of the Queerwolf Pack on Facebook! You can follow the whole crew here... Nay: Twitter & Insta @blakkcupcake Art Insta @gaudylosangeles Michael: Twitter @michaelkenken Insta @michaeltjkennedy Brennan: Twitter @itsrainingbrens Insta @theburningclem For longer messages, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) ATTACK OF THE QUEERWOLF is a member of the FANGORIA Podcast Network. Hosted and produced by Brennan Klein, Michael Kennedy, and Renee Bever. Sound Recording, Mixing, and Editing by Ernie Hurtado. Recorded at Rebel Talk Network in Los Angeles. Music by Von Kiss. Logo Art and Design by Jon Holland. For Fangoria: Dallas Sonnier, Phil Nobile, Jr., Jessica Safavimehr, Brandon Wainerdi, Natasha Pascetta, and Rob Galluzzo.