Co-host Natasha chatted with writer/director Adam Egypt Mortimer about making DANIEL ISN'T REAL! Adam discusses executing the insane special effects, the challenges of shooting in NYC, explains who Mr. Nobody is...and more!
Is your reality starting to slip away, too? Perfect time to watch Adam Egypt Mortimer's DANIEL ISN'T REAL! Co-hosts James, Brandon, and Natasha discuss the incredible production quality, the surreal practical effects, and the deeper themes of mental illness, trauma, and more! Watch DANIEL ISN'T REAL on SHUDDER now. Use the promo code SHUTIN to start your free trial.
Join your Shock Waves hosts Ryan Turek, Rebekah McKendry, Elric Kane, and Rob Galluzzo as they check in remotely to talk all the latest horrors! First, a tribute to the late, great Stuart Gordon. Next, discussions on VEROTIKA, THE PLATFORM, THE HUNT, the COFFIN JOE trilogy, TWO EVIL EYES, and more! We then welcome very special guest Cullen Bunn, writer of THE 6TH GUN, HARROW COUNTY, BONE PARISH, and DARK ARK to discuss horror in comics, and we each pick our personal favorite graphic novels! Kick back, relax, and join the conversation!
On this episode of PENNING TERROR, host David Ian McKendry sits down with writer Paul Tremblay! Paul is the author of The Cabin at the End of the World, Disappearance at Devil's Rock, A Head Full of Ghosts, and more!
“Find Your Bill Murray” Hey everyone! We're releasing one quick episode from the vault (it's our last one, we swear) while we gather equipment to transition into recording remotely. This episode was recorded in Fall 2019, which is why we're blissfully unaware of the current global crisis and Michael is still out of town filming his movie, leaving Brennan and Nay to go solo discussing the 1986 showstopper musical LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS! A QUICK NOTE FROM FANGORIA: "It’s a little crazy out there right now, so Fangoria is offering a FREE two month digital membership to EVERYONE. Go to fangoria.com (http://fangoria.com/) for more information and to make an account. Then pore over all the exclusive articles, interviews, and reviews on the site, as well as original video content and podcasts! You’ll even have access to high resolution scans of the first 15 issues of the original run of Fangoria magazine … and counting! And if you’re looking to add to your social distancing watchlist: FANGORIA’s latest movie VFW is now available to stream on demand and SATANIC PANIC is now available to watch on Shudder!" In this episode, we chat about how even a perfectly rendered production can have VERY problematic elements, the powerhouse that is Ellen Greene, and the lack of respect given to that giant mouth special effect. Plus, in tea Time we sip on PAIN AND GLORY, THE INVITATION, OFFICE LADIES, MIDSOMMAR, SCHITT’S CREEK, and TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2! 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.
Giddy up space horror folk! We're leaving this terrifying planet in search for a better tomorrow, out among the stars. Sure, we're likely to come across a people-eating race of nocturnal flying monsters and maybe even a cannibalistic demon or two- but the important thing is that we have each other. Join Kim and Jon on this week's episode of Nightmare on Film Street as they continue their month-long celebration of Space Horror with Pitch Black (2000) and John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars (2001). Leave the madness behind, if only for an hour, and hitch a wagon with us as we head out into the Wild Wild Space. // 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)