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Dinner for Fiends: Epic Strangle Time

2013-04-18 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Hear Uncle Creepy rant about The Last Exorcism Part 2. Hear Buz explode with rage over “The Walking Dead” season finale. Hear Matt Fini and Andrew Kasch vigorously debate Uncle Creepy over the merits of Stoker. Hear Foy describe the lunacy of Tyler Perry’s Temptation.

Wait, what was that last one?

After a bit of a lethargic start, this Dinner for Fiends turns into quite the spirited little (Little? The damn show is 2 hours long!) podcast once the great Stoker debate of 2013 gets under way, which leads into the latest “The Walking Dead” debate of 2013.

You’ll also hear Uncle Creepy, Matt Fini, Andrew Kasch, Buz, and Foy discuss, debate, and/or deride Warm Bodies, The Call, Dark Skies, Beautiful Creatures, The Host, Phantom, “Bates Motel”, “Hannibal”, Tyler Perry’s Temptation(!), and last but certainly not least, the remake of Evil Dead.

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Foycast XIII: Marching Into Madness

2013-03-17 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

A sporting new March Madness edition of the Foycast has arrived, and you didn’t even have to wait half a year for it. If you’re into schlocky, obscure, offbeat sports flicks, then this edition will be a treat for you. The Karate Kid goes diving! Leif Garrett plays foosball! Post-apocalyptic snooker pool!

Plus there's much, much more of the rambling nonsense you’ve come to expect.

I’m joined by Matt Fini for a special Foycast primarily about a pair of obscure, one-of-a-kind, underdog sports movies that must be seen to be believed. Fini and I spend about 20 minutes unleashing our mutual admiration society for the little-seen gem Diving In. What’s Diving In, why do we both love it, why should you see it, and why does it deserve more recognition than it gets? You’ll have to listen and find out.

Our second and even more obscure underdog sports flick is one Fini hadn’t seen (and he’s probably better off): Longshot, the world’s only motion picture (that I know of) about competitive foosball starring 1970’s teen sensation Leif Garrett.

Not enough crazy sports movies? I’ll also tell you a little about the world’s only post-apocalyptic snooker pool movie. The one where if you lose at shooting pool, you lose a finger!

You’ll also hear about Syfy’s Flying Monkeys (featuring “Skippy, the cockblocking demon monkey”!), summer blockbuster disappointments that helped make us the cynical bastards we are today, Crazed Cop, K. Gordon Murray movies, and more rambling nonsense.

You could probably turn this show off around the 65-minute mark and miss nothing, but we believe in giving you your money’s worth for a free show so there’s still 20 extra minutes of filler. And it wouldn’t be a Foycast without some minor recording issues, which you will begin to notice during this latter portion. I love Skype.

To hell with college basketball - this Foycast is marching into madness!

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Dinner for Fiends: Pretty Damned Good Horror Podcast

2013-02-08 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

At the outset of this edition of Dinner for Fiends, I joked that I had a feeling this was going to be a pretty damn good horror podcast. You can decide whether or not that’s the case, but let me assure you the recording of this edition was a living nightmare.

Uncle Creepy, Matt Fini, Andrew Kasch, and yours truly (Foywonder) got together to record a Dinner for Fiends without Buz and… Let’s just say we never truly realized how much he was the glue that held this whole thing together from a technical standpoint. However long this episode runs, the recording of it was more than twice that. The editing of this show was not that much different from the stitching of Leatherface’s mask. Skype experienced a cornucopia of technical difficulties constantly messing up our audio, disconnecting us, and, thus, interrupting the recording. Then my laptop began overheating and… Let’s just say you’ll detect increasing levels of exasperation in our voice once you get past the 10-minute mark when the fun began.

The Collection, Texas Chainsaw 3D, Mama, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters, and “American Horror Story: Asylum” are our main topics. By the last half hour, after the 4,000th technical difficulty, we just start shooting the breeze about whatever loosely related topic we felt like as we awaited yet another meltdown.

Our pain is your pleasure.

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Foycast XII: Curse of the Skype Recorder

2012-12-02 :: Dread Central
Length: 40s

I thought it was only the number 13 that was supposed to be cursed. Turns out 12 would be an unlucky number when it comes to the Foycast because this 12th (technically the 13th) episode of my totally senseless podcast was cursed by a Skype recorder.

I did a 107-minute long Foycast with Matt Fini about three weeks ago. That show has since been lost to the ages because the Skype recorder decided for whatever reason to not record the show even though it indicated that recording was on. A damn shame because that show, to be completely honest, was much livelier than this second show I did a week ago with Uncle Creepy.

Fortunately, or unfortunately, depending on how you react to the show you’re about to listen to, it also fell victim to the curse of the Skype recorder. The show I did with Uncle Creepy ran nearly 80-minutes but shortly after the 40-minute mark the recording turned so wonky half the show became unsalvageable. You even hear some of those problems beginning when my voice briefly begins to echo. This forced me to edit the show with a very hard, very abrupt ending that pretty much comes out of nowhere.

Suffice to say that Skype recorder has since been deleted from my computer and replaced with what is hopefully a better version that destroy future Foycasts, because heaven forbid the world be denied the internet’s 227,000th most useless podcast.

So if 40-minutes of Red Dawn remake discussion and the horror that is Vampire Dog is enough to entertain you’ll probably enjoy this 12th installment of the Foycast.

I swear the next show will be much better.

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Dinner for Fiends: Occupy Two and a Half

2012-11-20 :: Dread Central
Length: 2s

At long, long, long, long, long, long, long last… Dinner for Fiends has returned with a two-hour epic-sized edition with a lot of ground to cover jam-packed with spoiler-riffic discussions of the last three months of horror movie and television and all the sniping and snarking you love or hate or love to hate.

Yeah, we’re really late with this show. But we all have good excuses. Fini and I both got hit with hurricanes in the time since the last show. Uncle Creepy’s appendix exploded and nearly killed him. Buz and Andrew, well, they don’t really have any excuses. Since we haven’t done one since September, we have a whole lot of ground to cover. How much ground? Here are just a few of the topics we either briefly touch upon or discuss in-depth (i.e., heavy spoilers):

Bait 3D
Resident Evil: Retribution 3D
Dredd 3D
House at the End of the Street
Hotel Transylvania
Frankenweenie
Sinister
Smiley
Beyond the Black Rainbow
Paranormal Activity 4
Silent Hill: Revelations 3D
Among Friends
The Bay
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2

Plus, the new seasons of “The Walking Dead”, “Supernatural”, and “American Horror Story” are debated.

A super-sized edition of Dinner For Fiends that is as spirited as it is overdue, particularly when we get to Paranormal Activity 4 and… well… you’ll just have to listen for yourself.

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Dinner for Fiends: Cool Story Bro!

2012-09-24 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Going into this edition of Dinner for Fiends, we were all thinking there wouldn’t be much territory to cover. Turns out there was actually much more to talk about than we expected. Of course all conversations were sandwiched between the usual nonsense.

On the menu today... The Possession, The Apparition, V/H/S, Cosmopolis, Total Recall, Juan of the Dead, Detention, YellowBrickRoad, Premium Rush, The Oogieloves, and the misadventures of a mystery movie shopper, just to name a few of topics we discuss.

Now the bad news… You ever been working on something and just get the sense that the vibe is all wrong? That’s how we were throughout this entire recording. By the end we were all convinced that this episode is going to go down in history as one of the worst ever. Buz was in a bad mood from the beginning and just seemed to be trolling the rest of us at times. Matt Fini was his usual mellow self though still quite bitter about the space baby. Andrew Kasch actually managed to stick around for most of the show but had little to contribute a lot of the time since he hadn’t seen anything but the newest Cronenberg flick that isn’t even horror. Me, I just wanted my money back from Uncle Creepy after he talked me into seeing The Apparition: better believe that got contentious.

So in addition to the sniping and bad mojo, there were also numerous technical issues (most of which have probably been edited out) and an overwhelming sense the whole show was going down in flames like the Hindenburg. Because we were so sure this Dinner for Fiends came out bad, I’m convinced it’s going to be one that you the listeners end up enjoying immensely. It just seems to work out that way.

Enjoy! Hopefully. And don't worry, we know this one sucked so we're recording another this week to make up for it! Sorry for the delay. It's as if all the forces in the universe conspired to not bring you guys this show. But here it is... for better or worse.

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Dinner for Fiends: Anniversary Mayhem 2012

2012-07-06 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

It’s dinnertime once more. The fiends have all gathered to sink their fangs into Chernobyl Diaries, Battleship, The Amazing Spider-Man, Prometheus, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. We’ll wash it all down with some listener emails for dessert, some of which are actually coherent.

Uncle Creepy opens the show with a lengthy walk down memory lane celebrating six years of Dread Central. From there he, myself, Matt Fini, Andrew Kasch, and Buz engage in a very lengthy discussion of Prometheus, very short discussions of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Battleship, somehow I ended up talking about The Amazing Spider-Man, and let’s not forget Creepy and I briefly going at it over Chernobyl Diaries.

I realize now I just wrote two different versions of the same paragraph. So be it.

Dinner is served!

And, no, you cannot have my para-bot!

Now go listen ... then head on over to iTunes and give us a review, damn it!

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Foycast XI: Graveyard Love

2012-06-28 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

So many people have repeatedly asked, “When are you going to do another Foycast?” Your 16-month wait is finally over! The 275,986th most pointless podcast on the Internet finally returns to the broadcast airwaves to rob listeners of 90 minutes of their time. Careful what you wish for.

The recording of this show last week was mostly an experiment to see if I could even make it happen for reasons I’ll explain at the outset of the show. That’s also why this will be the first Foycast without Uncle Creepy. Instead I’ll be joined by Dread Central’s own Matt Fini. That’s yet another thing I explain at the show’s outset. Because there was no guarantee the recording would even work (about 13 minutes of it had to be scrapped in post due to audio issues), Fini and I went into this with almost no game plan and somehow still managed to fill over an hour and a half. You do realize you could watch an actual movie in the time it will take you to listen this show?

Topics discussed include a brief discussion of last week’s “Piranhacontroversy”, Fini and I review the modern day Golan-Globus commando flick Act of Valor, talk about insanely astronomical movie budgets and why they probably shouldn’t be wasted on movies like Battleship, I recount some unfortunate evening news sound bites, “graveyard love”, and a look forward at the major movie releases of 2013 that somehow dragged on far longer than I ever imagined it could when I brought up the topic.

So if you have about 95 minutes to waste - let’s be honest, if you’re willing to listen to this and count the number of times I say “umm”, you truly are wasting them - here it is: the 11th Foycast over one year in the making.

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Dinner for Fiends: The Dinner in the Woods

2012-05-21 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Dinner is served once again. More like a buffet this time given how much we have on our plates. Over a dozen movies to digest. Email for desert. And somewhere in between we'll learn that Matt Fini has an irrational hatred of pants.

On this edition we'll debate the merits of The Cabin in the Woods and Dark Shadows.

We'll discuss in depth Wrath of the Titans, Mother's Day, The Asylum's Air Collision, Area 407, and - somehow - the awful and thankfully obscure 1995 Denise Richards/Paul Walker sci-fi comedy Tammy & the T-Rex.

Seriously. Tammy & the T-Rex... How do we get on these tangents?

We also briefly touch upon The Hunger Games, The Raven, The Raid: Redemption, The Avengers, Lockout, and more.

Plus, we learn about Matt Fini's aforementioned hatred of pants, Buz's love for wearing bathrobes in public, Steve's pendulum conundrum, and I explain why you're only allowed to enjoy either The Avengers or The Dark Knight Rises but not both.

Finishing things up is a batch of viewer mail that is only slightly more lucid than usual. Now go listen ... then head on over to iTunes and give us a review, damn it!

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Dinner for Fiends: Wrath of the Space Baby

2012-03-28 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

If you like Dinner for Fiends episodes that consist mostly of us jabbering about nothing of great importance, then this nearly two-hour installment is going to be music to your ears.

Myself, Uncle Creepy, Matt Fini, Buz, and (for about a half-hour) Andrew Kasch have returned for a Dinner for Fiends that might leave you with indigestion of the mind.

Everything starts off fine as we discuss in spoiler-y details the season finale of “The Walking Dead”. That’s when I make the grave mistake of bringing up the outrageous online meltdowns people are having over the ending to the video game Mass Effect 3, and suddenly the show turns into a Matt Fini therapy session. You’ll hear in painstaking detail why this game broke Fini’s heart and left him a bitter, broken shell of a man.

Then the technical difficulties begin as Space Baby tries desperately to remind me why I continue to be no fan of Skype.

But on the plus side, I think this might be the first DFF in ages that is 100% rape-free.

From there the Amanda Seyfried serial killer flop Gone gets spoiled, as does the Halle Berry shark dud Dark Tide, even more so the indie chiller ATM. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance gets burned as well. You’ll also hear our thoughts on the trailers for Dark Shadows and Prometheus. We’ll top it off with some viewer mail for dessert.

Dinner is served.

Editor's Note
What you're about to listen to came within a hair of being a lost episode. For whatever reason we were riddled with technical difficulties, which led to Buz nearly killing himself cutting together the original recording with Foy's back-up recording. Yes, the Foywonder saved the day. It took over a week but Buz managed to Frankenstein it together for you. Yes, you will hear the occasional weirdness and interference. The only thing we can do is blame it on the Space Baby. Sorry for the mess. Won't happen again.

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Dinner for Fiends: Bad Moon Rising

2012-02-17 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Kate Beckinsale in fetish wear drops from ceilings. Super-powered teens go all Columbine. Ghosts terrorize Harry Potter. Liam Neeson beats the crap out of wolves. Movie endings confound. Viewer mail confounds even more so. Plus, film snob douchbaggery, two-headed sharks, men on ledges, and much, much more. Yep. A new edition of DFF is being served.

Myself, Uncle Creepy, Matt Fini, Andrew Kasch, and The Buz return for a more than feature length installment of Dinner for Fiends covering all the new post-Devil Inside releases. We’ll discuss the greatness of Chronicle, the idiocy of Underworld: Awakening, the hits & misses of The Woman in Black, the pros and cons of Kill List, and a heated debate regarding the end of The Grey. Beware of spoilers, but you should know that by now. You really, really should.

Liam Neeson would like you to know you have 5 seconds to start listening to this new edition of Dinner for Fiends or he’s going to start beating the fuck out of you. You wouldn’t want to make Liam Neeson angry, would you?

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Dinner for Fiends: The Passion of the Creepy

2012-01-13 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

The first Dinner for Fiends of 2012 is here, and what a way to begin the new year! A defiant Uncle Creepy braces himself before a firing squad of his peers as he stands alone in his defense of the universally reviled The Devil Inside. It’s just like 12 Angry Men except with five people on a podcast arguing about a found footage flick and nobody’s mind gets changed in the end.

After Creepy survives his trial by fire, without warning, Matt Fini, Buz, and Andrew Kasch turn into quivering, squealing schoolgirls at a Justin Bieber movie discussing their volcanic love for David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

From there yours truly, The Foywonder, teams with Uncle Creepy to discuss the utterly asinine 3D invisible alien flick The Darkest Hour.

We’ll also tell you about some of the Christmas gifts we got each other before finishing off the show with a slew of reader mail, some of which actually manages to be coherent.

Let’s get ready to rumble!

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Dinner for Fiends: Off the Coast of Brazil

2011-12-07 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Dinner for Fiends is back for what may be its final installment of the year. There’s not a whole lot of horror going on at the movies of late – unless you count how much money the latest Twilight sequel has made – so in addition to Breaking Dawn we’re mostly talking quality horror on TV today.

If you’re amongst the listeners who experience spastic rage every single time the topic of Twilight is discussed, you might as well fast forward past the first 15-20 minutes of this show because busting Breaking Dawn’s balls is all we do during that time. But if you want to hear about Brazilian vampire honeymoon island love nests, Bella’s love of rough sex, werewolves falling in love with babies, and vampire fang c-sections, then the opening portion of this program is for you.

From there we segue into televised horror. You’ll hear much man love for “Supernatural”, Buz’s disdain for the characters on “The Walking Dead”, and then mixed reactions regarding the current seasons of “Dexter” and “American Horror Story”.

If that’s not enough for you, you’ll also hear viewer mail, possibly hear Uncle Creepy peeing, and experience Buz’s raw naked terror at the mysterious sound of something that may or may not have been a vacuum cleaner.

Join myself, Uncle Creepy, Andrew Kasch, Matt Fini, and Buz “Danger is my middle name so long as it doesn’t involve things that make mechanical suctioning sounds in which case I quiver with fear” Wallick for another feature-length Dinner for Fiends smorgasbord.

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Dinner for Fiends: Sex Type Fiends

2011-11-08 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Here we go, folks. A real Dinner for Fiends. No scheduling conflicts. No bird attacks. The usual suspects (Creepy, Buz, Foy, Fini, Kasch) have finally all assembled for a new episode. You would think with only two new wide release horror movies this past month, there wouldn’t be that much to talk about; yet, somehow we jam packed it to feature length.

We covered so many random topics amid the usual October movie offerings that much of this show has become a blur. What has not become a blur is the hilariously insane turn the first hour of this 90-minute edition took.

Where to even begin with how to describe this episode? Who would have ever thought that Creepy opening up the show asking if any of us have seen The Human Centipede 2 would spiral into a raucous half-hour debate over… You know what; just listen for yourself. It could be the most offensive 30 minutes in DFF history. It most certainly ranks amongst the most unlikely conversations in podcast history.

You’ll also hear our disappointed take on the prequel/remake/premake/requel of The Thing followed by a very spirited debate over Paranormal Activity 3. Beware of spoilers. Beware of tongue lashings.

We round it out with some viewer mail that ranges from gracious to bizarre.

If you missed it... check out the now infamous "Fuck the Raven, Nevermore" mini-episode!

If you’re in need of a Dinner for Fiends fix, then here’s a bountiful buffet of our usual lunacy, humbuggery, and ... well ... dolphin rape.

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Dinner for Fiends: Fuck the Raven, Nevermore

2011-11-01 :: Dread Central
Length: 22s

What you are about to listen to – should you dare to listen to it, is not a Dinner For Fiends podcast. This is a DFF for that turned into a Foycast that turned into obscenity-laden chaos. You will hear what happens when absolutely everything goes wrong. And you will hear what happens when Uncle Creepy is terrorized by a raven at his window.

This not “Dinner for Fiends”, not “Foycast”, not “Same Shit, Different Show”, is not for the faint of heart. What was supposed to be a mini-DFF sans a snowed-in Matt Fini quickly turns into an impromptu Foycast when Uncle Creepy no-shows due to miscommunication. Then, after a few short minutes of Batman: Arkham City discussion, Andrew Kasch gets swallowed in the abyss and our esteemed editor makes his presence known from his own Halloween black hole filled with piss and vinegar.

Then ... the bird arrives, Creepy forgets we’re even still recording, and it all turns into a weirdly R-rated retelling of Edgar Allen Poe’s classic short story.

We post this half-hour audio special of whatever the hell it is strictly for historical purposes. Do you dare listen?

Fuck the raven, nevermore!

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Dinner for Fiends: You're an Idiot!

2011-09-13
Length: 1h 31m 9s

Uncle Creepy, Buz, Matt Fini, and Foy debate the merits of the Fright Night remake, Creepy’s cinematic hair fetish and how it affects his reaction to the movies he watches, interrupted by a deranged screaming tirade about the Conan the Barbarian remake.…

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Dinner for Fiends: You're an Idiot!

2011-09-11 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Open up wide and prepare to choke on a great big serving of Dinner for Fiends. The past few weeks haven’t been very kind to the horror releases at the multiplex, and we’re not much kinder to them either. You’d be an idiot to miss out on this smorgasbord of a show.

Uncle Creepy, Buz, Matt Fini, and yours truly spend a considerable amount of time debating the merits of the Fright Night remake, featuring the horrifying truth about Creepy’s cinematic hair fetish and how it affects his reaction to the movies he watches, interrupted briefly by a deranged screaming tirade regarding the Conan the Barbarian remake.

Fini vs. Buz over Fright Night.

Foy vs. Creepy over Conan.

Four men enter. Four men leave.

Then the Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark remake gets served up on a silver platter, followed by a heaping helping of Shark Night cheesiness, then a quick spoiler-filled recapping of the non-events that comprised Apollo 18, and finally for desert we sink our teeth into the cowpie that was Creature.

Plus all the sidetracking zany discussions you’ve come to expect when we start rambling inanely.

As always, beware of major spoilers when discussing all of these offerings, even more so than usual since judging by the box office profits of these films, none of you saw any of them.

Listen to the new installment of Dinner for Fiends right now just as soon as you mutter those three magic words: YOU’RE AN IDIOT!

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Dinner for Fiends: Battle-DFF

2011-08-19
Length: 1h 39m 18s

Ring the dinner bell because Dinner For Fiends is back for a jam-packed feature length episode filled with everything from thoughtful to heated discussion.…

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Dinner for Fiends: Canabulism - I F**k You Back!

2011-08-19
Length: 1h 26m 3s

The Rapture didn’t happen, but we did finally record a new Dinner for Fiends. An uproarious, epic-sized edition that Uncle Creepy feels may be one of the best ever. We’ll let you decide on that.…

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Dinner for Fiends: Destination Super Apes

2011-08-17
Length: 1h 16m 25s

After too long of a hiatus Dinner for Fiends is back and better than ever. Part of the reason for the long delay was trying to work out the logistics of how to make the show sound better. Well, thanks to SCIENCE, we've done just that!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Destination Super Apes

2011-08-17 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

After too long of a hiatus Dinner for Fiends is back and better than ever. At least we hope so. You see, part of the reason for the long delay was trying to work out the logistics of how to make the actual show itself sound better. Well, thanks to a myriad of well placed phone calls, swiping credit cards, and of course SCIENCE, we've done just that!

Also, now that we have the infrastructure that we needed in place, we plan on doing the show a lot more often so yeah, no more seven-month waits for you to get your horror fix!

That being said, get ready to join myself, Matt, Andrew, Buz, and Foy as we discuss everything from Super 8 to Final Destination 5 in an hour and a half of sheer madness, lost control, and dealing with Foy living in his shack.

Oh, and for those of you who listen all the way through - the answer is 10! (You'll know it when you hear it!)

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Dinner for Fiends: Canabulisam - I F**k You Back

2011-05-24 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

The Rapture didn’t happen, but we did finally record a new Dinner for Fiends. An uproarious, epic-sized edition that Uncle Creepy feels may be one of the best ever. We’ll let you decide on that.

This edition opens with me ranting about Dylan Dog: Dead of Night and BloodRayne: The Third Reich and ends with me rewriting Dr. Seuss, so that alone should tell you some of what to expect. From there we’ll voice differing opinions on the merits of Scream 4 and Insidious. Somewhere in there we acknowledge the existence of Priest. You’ll hear the sad tale of the agony experienced watching the new Hellraiser sequel and how the latest Children of the Corn sequel isn’t that bad, possibly because it has next to nothing to do with children or corn. Plus there's talk of Troll Hunter, Stake Land, The Skin I Live In, “Dexter”, the season finale of “Supernatural”, and some LA Noire love along with the return of viewer mail – deeply confusing viewer mail.

This is all in addition to the usual ball-busting we give each other. Matt Fini accepts ribbing for his Halloween: Curse of Michael Myers review but makes no apologies for his love of the Howling sequels. I struggle to keep my Dracula “thousands” straight, and Buz potentially gets murdered by angry Mexicans. And who doesn’t want to hear tales of Uncle Creepy and Doug Bradley drunkenly exchanging gay sex Hellraiser jokes?

This show is so jam-packed from start to finish I can’t even begin to list it all. Just listen before we send John Lithgow to your house to bathe you.

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Dinner for Fiends: Battle DFF

2011-03-17 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Ring the dinner bell because Dinner For Fiends is back for a jam-packed feature length episode filled with everything from thoughtful to heated discussion. An often rowdy installment in which we debate and discuss ten different films, bust each other's chops whenever possible, and partake in one of the longest meditations on the merits of baby rape in podcast history.

Actually, the baby rape has to do with a fairly lengthy debate as too whether A Serbian Film goes to far. What? You didn't think we would actually advocate raping babies? Hey, it may be called Dinner for Fiends but we're not that fiendish.

Beware spoilers ahoy as Uncle Creepy, Matt Fini, Andrew Kasch, Foywonder, and Buz as we engage in boisterous discussion about the craziness of Anthony Hopkins in The Rite, the craptacular Season of the Witch, the wretchedness of The Roommate and Beastly, the strangeness of Rubber, the awesomeness of I Saw the Devil, the pros and cons of Battle: Los Angeles, and the unheralded unintentional comic masterpiece that is Red Riding Hood.

Plus, as special bonus attraction, Uncle Creepy and Matt Fini whip out their knives and duel to the death over whether Drive Angry 3D was fantastic or utter garbage. Two men enter. Two men leave. Kind of a letdown now that I think about it.

There's so much more packed into this overstuffed 90-minute episode. Grab your spork, put on you bib, and join us at the dinner table for a Dinner For Fiends smorgasbord.

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Foycast X - The 10 Worst DVD Horror Movies of 2010

2011-02-25 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

This weekend the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hands out the Oscars for best movies of 2010 and the Razzies hand out their awards for the worst movies of 2010. But first, I have my own belated movie awards to dish out: the annual tradition of taking one last jab at the worst direct-to-DVD horror movies of 2010. The pain... The pain...

Yeah, I realize it's almost March of 2011, a little late to be doing a worst of list for last year. It wouldn't be a Foyeurism if it was actually recorded in a timely manner. That this one got recorded at all was a triumph unto itself. So join Uncle Creepy and yours truly as I laugh and vent for about an hour over the ten direct-to-DVD horror movies that stole precious minutes from my life that someday on my death bed I will so very much wish I had back.

Plus we have actual sound bites from some of the skewered films, the fun of getting quoted out of context on DVD releases (I have since been informed that the UK Asylum release I speak of was not the case after all), why bad movies that know they're bad aren't nearly as much fun as bad movies that aren't designed to be so, and a very special appearance by freight trains.

It's the better late than never tenth edition of the Foycast. Listen if you dare (or have absolutely nothing better to do with your life). It's a countdown of sorrows this time round. Enjoy!

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Dreadtime Stories: The Tell-Tale Heart

2011-02-14 :: Dread Central
Length: 18s

This, our thirteenth, episode is a bit of a departure for us. In honor of the Edgar Allan Poe Museum, and to raise awareness of its plight, we decided to present something a little more appropriate. Tonight, we present our rendition of Edgar Allan Poe's classic of horror, The Tell-Tale Heart. To find out more about how you can help save the Edgar Allan Poe House Museum, visit eapoe.org, and join the fight to keep this important piece of horror history alive.

Click the book below to listen, and look for this episode to hit iTunes later in the day.

Check out the official Dreadtime Stories Facebook page here, which is riddled with pictures from the recording sessions, the official Dreadtime Stories MySpace page here, and follow @dreadtimestrys on Twitter! Mac users: Download the Dreadtime Stories widget from AmericanHorrorWriter.net!

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Dreadtime Stories: I Want My Mummy

2011-01-21

Every January, college students return to classes in the rigorous pursuit of academic excellence. And waiting for them are those insidious organizations: The Greeks. Eager young students pander and scrape for social acceptance during Rush Week, and many organizations require their pledges to perform tasks to prove their worth to the club. But just how far would they go? When does a pledge stunt go too far? Three young college students are about to find out that there are some forces with which one shouldn't trifle. Tonight's Dreadtime Story is called I Want My Mummy.

Check out the official Dreadtime Stories Facebook page , which is riddled with pictures from the recording sessions, the official Dreadtime Stories MySpace page, and follow @dreadtimestrys on Twitter! Mac users: Download the Dreadtime Stories widget from AmericanHorrorWriter.net!

Written By:
Hoshizora Aona
Scott A. Johnson

This Episode's Dreadtime Players:
Scott A. Johnson
Tabatha Johnson
Hoshizora Taylor
Matt Taylor

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Dinner for Fiends: A Look Back at 2010

2011-01-14 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Do you have 90+ minutes and nothing better to do than listen to us ramble on for an hour-and-a-half about the year in horror cinema that was and whatever else springs to mind? If not, oh, is this ever the wrong Dinner For Fiends for you.

Uncle Creepy, Buz, Foywonder, and special guest fiend AJ Bowen (The Signal, Hatchet II, House of the Devil) gather round the campfire for a super-sized Dinner for Fiends discussing an endless amount of topics on and off the subject of recapping the disappointing horror year of 2010.

More love for Piranha 3D.

More hate for the Nightmare on Elm Street remake.

Are psychological thrillers truly horror films?

Reasons the horror genre gets such a bad rap.

The greatness and madness of Werner Herzog and Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.

How much better horror programming on television has become of late.

"I thought Human Centipede was a SyFy movie about a guy with a hundred legs!"

Somehow AJ Bowen and I get into a heated debate over Tron: Legacy that I'm still not sure how it happened or why other than I was in a cranky moood and that movie really sucks.

If for no other reason you'll want to tune in to hear tales of an inebriated Tony Todd.

A long show with so many topics I can't even remember enough to list here.

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Dreadtime Stories: 'Twas the Night Before Krampus

2010-12-17 :: Dread Central
Length: 11s

It's that time of year again, when random strangers stand on your front lawn singing, and when people actually hope to hear a weird fat guy climbing down their chimney. At any other time of the year, we call that trespassing and breaking an entering, but for one special day, we call it Christmas. But there is a darker side to Christmas, when the night is stalked by a fearsome beast. Ever wonder what happens to children who don't make Santa's "Nice" list? Tonight's Dreadtime Story is called "Twas the Night Before Krampus."…

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Dreadtime Stories: For What You Have

2010-11-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 12s

Thanksgiving is a special time, a time to reflect on your life and well-being. But for some people, there's never enough for which to be thankful. Some people spend their lives obsessing over grabbing hold of that one thing that will give them everything they want. But there is an old saying: Be careful what you wish for. You just might get it. Tonight's Dreadtime Story is called For What You Have.…

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Dinner for Fiends: Fall Horrors Part 2: Science!!!

2010-11-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 48s

Turkey is typically the main course for Thanksgiving dinner. On this Thanksgiving edition of Dinner For Fiends we'll be talking about a couple of turkeys. We're serving up a full course meal of Case 39, My Soul to Take, Paranormal Activity 2, Saw 3D, and Skyline, and for dessert we'll enjoy a little Rare Exports.

It's an hour-long Turkey Day edition of Dinner For Fiends filling out bellies on all of the major horror filmdom released the past two months; and because we're gluttonous, we'll still find time to chew on some Zellweger, give a shout-out to the technological marvel that is the AT&T iPhone chip, and enjoy the singing debut of The Foywonder. What more could you ask for, pilgrims?

Science!

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Dreadtime Stories: Howl-O-Ween

2010-10-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 13s

After the destruction of our studios by zombies at the end of last season, it took us a while to get back together. But we're back now with the season two premiere of Dreadtime Stories!

Halloween is our favorite time of year, full of ghosts and goblins, witches and ghouls, and other creatures so horrible that they don't even need to wear a costume. Tonight's Dreadtime Story takes place at a Halloween party where things go horribly awry. Join us, please, for Howl-O-Ween! And go back and relive every spine-tingling past episode through iTunes!

Check out the official Dreadtime Stories Facebook page here, which is riddled with pictures from the recording sessions, the official Dreadtime Stories MySpace page here, and follow @dreadtimestrys on Twitter! Mac users: Download the Dreadtime Stories widget from AmericanHorrorWriter.net!

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Dinner for Fiends: Fall Horrors Part 1: Wipeout!

2010-09-28 :: Dread Central
Length: 7s

Dinner for Fiends is back to serve up its latest fast-paced, jam-packed edition. The Last Exorcism. Piranha 3D. Resident Evil: Afterlife. Machete. Devil. ABC's "Wipeout". We'll touch on them all in this installment with the typical amount of excitement and disdain you've come to expect from a heaping helping of Dinner for Fiends.

The usual suspects are back for this roundtable treat: Uncle "please ask me about Comic-Con" Creepy, Matt "mellowest voice in horror podcasts" Fini, Andrew "iPhones suck" Kasch, "Mexico's Favorite Son" The Buz, and a distracted Foywonder stuck at work trying to maintain his sanity.

Eat up!

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Dinner for Fiends: One Ugly Motherfucker...of a Show

2010-08-02 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Prepare for the most suspenseful Dinner For Fiends of all time. In addition to a quite rambunctious discussion over several of this summer's high profile genre offerings, on this high energy installment one of our very own chimes in pulled over on the side of the road by order of police due to imminent threat of a tornado warning. But if one staff member is under threat of tornadic doom then why is it another staff member keeps mysteriously vanishing from the show?

On this edition of Dinner For Fiends it would seem that nobody agreed on anything other than we all loved Inception and believe me to be a fool for having paid good money to watch the new Twilight movie. But if I hadn't I wouldn't be able to bring you a very special in-depth report covering the goings-on of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. And if vampire-werewolf emo love triangles aren't your thing then perhaps red hot mutant sex is. We'll spend a few minutes discussing Splice before moving on to a lengthy, spoiler-filled debate over the merits of Predators.

There's more, including viewer mail from Mexico that causes us to pause to contemplate why is it Mexican horror fans have it in for Buz, and again, the looming possibility that a tornado will whisk one of our own away to the land of Oz.

Follow the yellow brick road or just click on a link below to listen to one ugly motherfuckin' dinner for fiends.

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Foycast IX: Tar Balls to the Wall!

2010-06-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

The greatest show about nothing since "Seinfeld" was canceled is back for its ninth installment. Tar balls may be the order of the day on the Gulf Coast where I roam, but this Foycast is more like a tar ball rolling down hill building up momentum more and more as it goes on. My co-host Uncle Creepy started out ultra surly and by the end he was all sunshine and rainbows after a giddy hour tripping down so-bad-its-good movie memory lane. "Let's do the hustle!"

After opening up discussing the oil spill currently threatening my hometown (Tar balls, people!) talk moves on to contemplating why this summer movie season just plain sucks. Expect to hear more about the new Karate Kid movie than you ever thought you'd hear on a podcast on a website called Dread Central. I'll also tell you a bit about my obsession with Karate Kid knock-off films.

After that is when the tar ball rolling downhill achieves breakneck speed and destroys everything in its path, as I tell Creepy and all of you about the unsung awesomeness of Turbulence 3: Heavy Metal, an incredible motion picture that's like Die Hard on a jumbo jet but if Marilyn Manson was John McClane and the terrorist hijackers were satanists trying to bring about the end of the world.

More? You want more? I Come in Peace! Split Second! No Retreat, No Surrender! Just a few of the other great slices of cinematic cheese we reminisce about.

And just when you think you're safe - we talk Birdemic!

Somebody call the doctor 'cause it's another hour of Foycast goodness. Some of you people actually listen to this crap. Some of you actually beg for more of this crap. Well, here you go. Now let's do the hustle, dammit!

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Dinner for Fiends: A Nightmare on Poop Street

2010-05-17 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

After the very controversial Friday the 3rd Taint episode of Dinner for Fiends reared its head last year, we've all been bracing for one thing ... just how bad the announced remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street would be. Well. It certainly didn't disappoint.

SURPRISE! We all hated it. Yet, you won't be finding as much venom in this edition as you did for Friday. It's more like bewildered yet foreseen disgust and sadness. You know the type ... like when you are called to the morgue to identify what is now left of one of your loved ones.

Good thing we had a Human Centipede chaser to lighten our moods. Thanks, Platinum Dunes! You've savaged another childhood memory like only you know how to. Join myself, Matt, Foy, and a returning Buz (sorry, Mexico) and Andrew for the latest round of dick jokes, hostility, and other hijinx that amount to nearly an hour and a half's worth of spite and dismay.

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Dreadtime Stories: April Fool

2010-04-01 :: Dread Central
Length: 13s

April first brings out the prankster in all of us. While most of us know just how far to take a joke, we all have that friend. The one who just doesn't know when to stop. The one who thinks that April first means he can get away with murder. This episode of Dreadtime Stories is a salute to that friend, as well as an homage to Orson Wells. Special guest voice in this episode is none other than horror scribe Gary Braunbeck!…

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Dinner for Fiends: 2nd Helpings

2010-03-26 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

d you miss us? We have returned after a lengthy hiatus brought on by scheduling conflicts and a technical meltdown that erased the last Dinner For Fiends and what a loaded program we have for you. Finally, the first DFF of 2010, and being that we're nearly three months into the new year that means there is a lot of ground to cover and still find time for the usual off-topic nonsense.

Andrew and Buz could not make it for this edition so this edition should prove quite popular in Mexico. Instead you can smell what Ben Rock is cooking; the Alien Raiders filmmaker joins us for this edition. The always salty Uncle Creepy, Matt "Can we get this over with because "Lost" is on in an hour?" Fini, and yours truly, the Foywonder, round out the roundtable of fiends.

Expect spoiler-filled discussions of Daybreakers, The Wolf Man, Legion, The Crazies, and especially, Shutter Island. There's also extreme wackiness, such as a shockingly lengthy opening discussion about the greatness of "Ultra Galaxy Monster Battle", nearly forgotten about 1980's genre flicks that deserve a DVD revival, more upcoming Asylum insanity, Uncle Creepy cockblocking me out of another potentially great Legion rant, Dead Snow despair, Sam Worthington's total lack of charisma, ribbing each other over questionable movies likes, and so much more.

Eat up!

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Dreadtime Stories: The Carnival

2010-02-12 :: Dread Central
Length: 11s

There's music in the night, and the smell of funnel-cakes and popcorn fills the air. People line up for a game of chance to win teddy-bears and goldfish. It's a fun night when the carnival comes to town. But for one lucky couple, games on the midway aren't enough. They need to see the darker side most often called the freakshow. What they find, however, is more horrifying than they could imagine. Join us for our Dreadtime Story called "The Carnival."

This week's Dreadtime players:
Scott A. Johnson
Tabatha Johnson
Derek Smootz
Rebecca Stokinger
Hoshizora Aona
Matt Taylor
Clint McCrocklin
Heather McCrocklin

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Foycast VIII: The Ten Worst DTV Films of 2009

2010-02-04 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

You wanted it! You demanded it! You waited for it! You got it! At long last, the Foycast is back, baby! It always seems to take a while, but the wait is worth it.

Over an hour of audio for your ears to choke on. You'll hear about stomach viruses, computer viruses, my video collection, and how certain indie horror films are sucking my will to live. That will lead into the annual listing of the worst DVD horror movies of the past year. I'll even leave all of you as speechless Uncle Creepy was when I conclude the podcast with a dramatic reading from a schlocky book from my past. You ain't heard nothing yet!

Things get off to a slow start as Uncle Creepy and I do the usual explanation as to what the heck took so long in getting a new Foycast recorded, a discussion during which you'll probably hear more about stomach viruses than you ever wanted to from either of us.

Then I just randomly read off the titles of some of the videos in my VHS collection. This part admittedly is not as entertaining as it could have been because I spent most of that segment desperately trying to belch. If I sound a little short of breath during that portion, it's because I was drinking a Pepsi as we began the show and experienced that sensation when you really, really, really want to belch but you just can't. I hate that. You have no idea how close you all came to hearing a Godzilla-sized belch on the air.

The soda-induced gas finally passes in time for what many of you have been bugging me about for weeks: the annual top ten of the worst direct-to-DVD horror movies of 2009. It's an eclectic mix of old and new, American and foreign, low budget and no budget; and in a shocking turn of events, not a single Asylum production makes the list this year.

Wrapping it all up is something truly special, something never before done on a Dread Central podcast, something that will blow your minds. A dramatic literary reading by yours truly! Bad cinema gives way to schlocky literature as I read a passage from a very special book from my past. I've done some poetry in past podcasts but never anything quite like this.

So sit back and enjoy the eighth installment of the Foycast. Opening the show is a musical salute to that most noble warrior of the poultry kingdom in the form of the majestic theme song to the 1983 cockfighting cinema classic Rooster: Spurs of Death. Truly the proudest bird I know.

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Dreadtime Stories: Under the Bed

2010-01-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 7s

Every parent has to deal with nightmares. When a child screams in the night, it takes a special kind of patience to reassure the child that there's nothing in the darkness. But what if the child wasn't dreaming? What if the nightmares are real? What happens when the child's fears become the parents' nightmares? Join us for our Dreadtime Story called "Under the Bed."

This week's players:
Scott A. Johnson
Tabatha Johnson
Hoshizora Aona
Matt Taylor
Clint McCrocklin
Heather McCrocklin

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Dreadtime Stories: The Caller

2010-01-21 :: Dread Central
Length: 6s

For the New Year the Dreadtime Players thought it might be cool to air our "Pilot Episode," the one that got us green-lit. Simple old-school terror reigns as a woman finds herself alone at night with a maniac loose in the neighborhood. We hope you enjoy our first effort, "The Caller."…

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Dinner for Fiends: Christmas with the Devils

2009-12-28 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Ready to kickback and enjoy the holiday weekend with your favorite lovable loonies? Good because we're ready to engage in the act of giving you some good aural, yuletide style. Being that we've done the whole "Christmas Episode" thing like four times already we've decided to go about making the 2009 edition light on the holiday shenanigans. After all, how many times can we discuss our favorite X-mas flicks without being ridiculously redundant? Join myself, Foywonder, Andrew Kasch, Matt Fini, Buz Wallick, and holiday show regular A.J. Bowen as we wax on about the season, the year, the decade, and a little flick in the pipeline called Hatchet 2!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Twas the Night Before Christmas

2009-12-22 :: Dread Central
Length: 7s

The Dreadtime Stories Players would like to thank everyone for listening and wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. And to do so, we thought we'd share a bit of macabre holiday tradition. Gather the children, drink some nog, and enjoy our version of "Twas the Night Before Christmas." We'll see you all in 2010!…

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Dreadtime Stories: The Sins of the Father

2009-12-05 :: Dread Central
Length: 10s

What toll does the loss of a child take on a family? Do those wounds heal? Or do they fester into madness? When a family is torn apart by a tragic accident, it leaves a burden that must be shouldered by both parents. But just how deep does the pain run? This week's episode is called "The Sins of the Father."…

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Dinner for Fiends: Halloween Hits and Misses Part 2

2009-11-25 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Why am I writing an intro article for a new edition of Dinner For Fiends when I could be playing Left 4 Dead 2? For that matter, why did we waste an hour recording a new Dinner For Fiends when we should have been playing Left 4 Dead 2? Well, we did. So if you're not playing Left 4 Dead 2 and can fit this podcast into your schedule, then join Uncle Creepy, Foywonder, Andrew Kasch, and Matt Fini as we talk about the most recent horrifying offerings. In this edition: • An opening tirade by yours truly • Uncle Creepy briefly tells us about The Box since he was the only one of us to see it • Uncle Creepy briefly tells us about The Fourth Kind since he was again the only one to see it • Everyone actually saw Saw IV • Continued amazement at the runaway blockbuster that is Paranormal Activity • Creepy and I extol the virtues of the gloriously ludicrous 2012 • Andrew Kasch talks movies he saw at AFM, including Rec 2 and a genuinely good Uwe Boll film • The greatness of Left 4 Dead 2 and the pure joy of setting Uncle Creepy on fire • ABSOLUTELY NO TWILIGHT/NEW MOON DISCUSSION WHATSOEVER!!! There's no Buz on this DFF, so expect downloads of the show in Mexico to increase dramatically. So put down your chainsaws and your grenade launchers and listen to Dinner For Fiends: Hits and Misses Part 2 - Countdown to Armageddon, before we send a Jockey to your house to hop on your head and force you to listen.…

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Dreadtime Stories: The Dinner Party

2009-11-13 :: Dread Central
Length: 7s

Ever consider that person you're dating? Just what would they do without you? More importantly, what would they do if you left them? Some women say they can't live without their men. Others say they won't let their man live without them. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we know you're hungry for some horror entertainment. So turn off the lights, turn on the radio, and prepare to eat your fill. From the mind of author Scott A. Johnson comes Dreadtime Stories, a new experience in old-school horror. Tonight's episode is entitled "The Dinner Party"…

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Old-School Radio Horror! Dreadtime Stories Return for Halloween!

2009-10-30 :: Dread Central
Length: 8s

What is more frightening: the monster you can see, or the one you can't? Is it more frightening to see the beast, or to hear its breath as it rasps behind you, waiting to drag your soul to hell? Sit down in your favorite chair and hearken back to yesteryear. Turn off the lights, turn on the radio, and prepare to have your imagination torn to shreds. From the mind of author Scott A. Johnson comes Dreadtime Stories, a new experience in old-school horror. Tonight's episode is entitled "Forget the Treats." Check out the official Dreadtime Stories Facebook page here, which is riddled with pictures from the recording sessions, and follow @dreadtimestrys on Twitter! Click on the book below to listen, and look for this episode to hit iTunes a little later on in the day.…

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Dinner for Fiends: Halloween Hits and Misses Part 1

2009-10-21 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Ok, so sometimes we're a little slow, but we usually deliver the goods so quit your bitchin'! Gear up for part one of our look at this Halloween season's biggest hits and misses. That's right, dear listeners! Strap in for over an hour and a half of witty banter, ridiculous rants, general profanity, and a heaping of dick jokes as we talk up Pandorum, Sorority Row, Zombieland, Survival of the Dead, Paranormal Activity, and more! The usual suspects -- myself, Andrew, Buz, Foy, and MattFini -- are on tap to give it to you straight whether you like it or not!…

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Dinner for Fiends: FD4 vs. H2 - HELL YEAH!

2009-09-04 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Ok, now this one? It isn't pretty. It's not even close to pretty. Are you ready for what could be the most profanity laden (and longest) Dinner for Fiends yet? Sit back for over an hour and a half long serving of our inherent silliness as it is venomously spewed forth into your ears! Join myself, Andrew, Buz, Foy, MattFini (and the Zomwonder?) as we make our way through A Perfect Getaway and District 9 before the big ass showdown you've been waiting for.…

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Exclusive: Chopping Mall - Lewis & Clark Commentary!

2009-06-20 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

It's no secret The Signal (DVD review) is a big-time favorite here around the Dread Central offices, and millions of fans have thoroughly enjoyed getting themselves a taste of The Crazy. Part of what made that film so memorable were the performances of AJ Bowen and Scott Poythress as Lewis and Clark.…

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Dinner for Fiends: The Orphan Collector

2009-06-04 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Another hour plus serving of our madness is ready to be spewed forth into your ears! Join myself, Andrew, Buz, Foy, and MattFini for his virgin DFF appearance as we tackle two of this month's biggest horror titles: Orphan and The Collector!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Drag Me to Salvation

2009-06-04 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Join Uncle Creepy, Andrew, Buz and Foy as we ride the cinematic roller coaster of the past month through Drag Me to Hell, Terminator: Salvation, thick, thin, good, bad, indifferent, and just plain WTF?!? It's time to be dragged to salvation!…

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Foycast VII: Waffle House of Horrors

2009-05-26 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Another stirring episode about everything and nothing!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Knowing about The Haunting

2009-04-07 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Join Creepy, Foy, Buz and Andrew as the talk The Knowing, The Haunting in Connecticut and much more!…

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Interview: Peter Cornwell (The Haunting in Connecticut)

2009-03-24 :: Dread Central
Length: 12s

The director of the new ghost story chats with Dread Central…

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Dinner for Fiends: Microwaving Last House

2009-03-23 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Join Creepy, Foy, Kasch and Alien Raiders director Ben Rock as they dissect the Last House remake and much more!…

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Interview: Ray Stevenson (Punisher: War Zone)

2009-03-20 :: Dread Central
Length: 10s

The latest man to don the skull shirt talks to Uncle Creepy about how it all happened!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Friday the 3rd Taint

2009-02-19 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Venom. Spite. Disgust. These are the ingredients that make up the latest Dinner for Fiends, along with a dash of basil for color and flavor. This recipe is necessary to counter the bad taste left in our collective mouth from the new Friday the 13th redux.…

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Exclusive Alien Raiders Commentary!

2009-02-18 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Director Ben Rock sits down with the film's composer and star to discuss how Alien Raiders was made, only for Dread Central readers!…

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Interview: Jared Padalecki (Friday the 13th)

2009-02-15 :: Dread Central
Length: 4s

The star of Supernatural discusses his role in the remake of Friday the 13th.…

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Interview: Derek Mears (Friday the 13th)

2009-02-15 :: Dread Central
Length: 10s

The audio from a video interview done with the new Jason Voorhees from New York Comic Con, 2009…

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Interview: Carlos Bernard (Alien Raiders)

2009-02-15 :: Dread Central
Length: 7s

The 24 star discusses his role in Ben Rock's Alien Raiders, the latest release from Warner Bros. Raw Feed line.…

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Interview: Matthew St. Patrick (Alien Raiders)

2009-02-15 :: Dread Central
Length: 16s

The star of Six Feet Under discusses his role in the latest DVD release from Raw Feed, the badass Alien Raiders!…

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The Foycast: Foycast the 13th!

2009-02-13 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Another insane installment of the increasingly popular Foycast, celebrating all things strange & unusual…

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Interview: George A Romero (Tales From the Darkside)

2009-02-13 :: Dread Central
Length: 9s

The zombie master discusses the anthology show he helped make a reality nearly 20 years ago!…

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Interview: Dan Myrick (The Objective)

2009-02-13 :: Dread Central
Length: 10s

The co-director of The Blair Witch Project chats with us about his latest venture into the supernatural!…

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Interview: Ben Rock (Alien Raiders)

2009-02-04 :: Dread Central
Length: 31s

The director of the latest Raw Feed movie chats up his badass sci-fi project!…

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Interview: Adrienne King (Friday the 13th)

2009-02-04 :: Dread Central
Length: 13s

The first survivor of a Voorhees rampage, and the cause of so many sequel being made, talks to Dread Central!…

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Interview: Betsy Palmer (Friday the 13th)

2009-02-04 :: Dread Central
Length: 10s

The original kid killing mom talks to Dread Central about her love affair with the franchise!…

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Interview: Olly Blackburn (Donkey Punch)

2009-01-30 :: Dread Central
Length: 26s

Johnny sits down with the director of the new UK film that's been kicking audience's asses for months!…

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Dinner for Fiends In 3D!

2009-01-27 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

More dick jokes intermingled with some actual film discussion!…

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Interview: Alexa Vega (Repo! The Genetic Opera)

2009-01-26 :: Dread Central
Length: 9s

The young songstress talks to Dread Central about blood and music!…

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Interview: George Mihalka (My Bloody Valentine)

2009-01-22 :: Dread Central
Length: 18s

We sit down with the director of the original to discuss the new DVD, remake and more!…

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Interview: Patrick Lussier (My Bloody Valentine 3D)

2009-01-15 :: Dread Central
Length: 18s

The director of the 3D remake talks all things third dimensional and horrific with Dread Central!…

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Interview: Chris Carnel (My Bloody Valentine 3D)

2009-01-15 :: Dread Central
Length: 15s

The man who plays the miner in Patrick Lussier's remake talks about killing!…

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Interview: Tom Atkins (My Bloody Valentine 3D)

2009-01-15 :: Dread Central
Length: 11s

The genre icon thrills Dread Central!…

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Interview: Selene Luna (My Bloody Valentine 3D)

2009-01-13 :: Dread Central
Length: 9s

One of the stars of the new 3D remake of My Bloody Valentine talks to Dread Central!…

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The Foycast: 2008 Run Down!

2009-01-05 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Finally! After a six month sabbatical, after a myriad of scheduling conflicts, after entirely too much procrastinating, the world famous Foycast has at long last returned! What better way to kick off 2009 then when a heaping helping of Foy and a side order of Creepy?…

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Dinner for Fiends: Christmas Fear!

2008-12-24 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Did you really think we'd let the holiday season come and go without at least one more edition of Dinner for Fiends? Well, maybe. There is jack-shit goin' on horror-wise but we delivered anyways!…

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Interview: Susan Muntford & Don Murphy (While She Was Out)

2008-12-11 :: Dread Central
Length: 11s

The director & producer of the new survival thriller talk with Uncle Creepy!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Lowlight

2008-11-24 :: Dread Central
Length: 54s

So it seems Twilight was worse than even we expected, and we’re pretty damn jaded, so of course we had to get together and chat about it a bit. Of course by "chat" mean spew hate and venom for 45+ minutes.…

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Interview: Adam Green (Frozen)

2008-11-19 :: Dread Central
Length: 17s

Green talks to us about the latest film he's planning, Frozen!…

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Interview: Luke Goss (Hellboy II: The Golden Army)

2008-11-12 :: Dread Central
Length: 8s

The dark prince of the fantasy world talks to Creepy about his long career as the man in makeup!…

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Interview: Michael Bartlett (The Zombie Diaries)

2008-11-12 :: Dread Central
Length: 17s

The co-director of this new, badass zombie film talks living with the dead!…

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VIDEO: Live Evil (Trailer)

2008-11-04 :: Dread Central
Length: 2s

Human blood is no longer fit for consumption as the vampire race slowly becomes extinct.…

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Dinner for Fiends: Halloween Blowout!

2008-10-31 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

All manner of death and destruction are discussed in this special Halloween edition of Dinner for Fiends!…

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Interview: PJ Soles (Halloween)

2008-10-30 :: Dread Central
Length: 21s

The classic scream queen talks to us about her long career and how it feels 30 years later after the role most people remember her for!…

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Interview: Bruce Campbell (My Name is Bruce)

2008-10-30 :: Dread Central
Length: 12s

The outspoken B-movie master gives some chin time to Creppy to dish about his latest directorial effort!…

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Interview: Mickey Liddell (The Haunting of Molly Hartley)

2008-10-30 :: Dread Central
Length: 10s

The director of this Halloween release gives us the scoop!…

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Interview: John Clisham (Janitor)

2008-10-30 :: Dread Central
Length: 11s

Creepy talks to the director of the first of a series of XBox original short films!…

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Interview: Chuck Patton, Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray (Dead Space: Downfall)

2008-10-23 :: Dread Central
Length: 17s

The creators of the animated film that serves as a prequel to Dead Space talk about their experiences with outer space horrors!…

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Interview: Bill Malone (Parasomnia)

2008-10-23 :: Dread Central
Length: 14s

Malone's trippy horror film is finally being seen by the masses; find out why it took so long for this to happen!…

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Interview: Blake Reigle (Beneath the Surface)

2008-10-23 :: Dread Central
Length: 17s

Creepy chats with the indie director who just might be the Next Big Thing!…

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Interview: Nicki Aycox (Joy Ride 2)

2008-10-10 :: Dread Central
Length: 11s

The star of the direct-to-video sequel spends some quality time with Creepy!…

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Interview: Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In)

2008-10-10 :: Dread Central
Length: 11s

Creepy chats with the man behind one of the best horror films of 2008!…

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Interview: Judson Morgan (The Collective)

2008-10-10 :: Dread Central
Length: 11s

The director of this new horror film, part of this year's Screamfest, talks cults with Creepy!…

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Interview: Chuck Beaver (Dead Space)

2008-10-08 :: Dread Central
Length: 16s

The senior producer on this hotly anticipated horror game talks influences and more!…

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Interview: Gregg Bishop (Dance of the Dead)

2008-10-08 :: Dread Central
Length: 10s

The director of this new direct-to-DVD title from Ghost House Underground talks kids and zombies!…

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Interview: Jon Hewitt (Acolytes)

2008-10-08 :: Dread Central
Length: 8s

The director of this new twist on a teen thriller discusses the films' history all the way from Australia!…

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Interview: Adam Mason (The Devil's Chair)

2008-10-07 :: Dread Central
Length: 9s

The director of this gory new thriller chats with us about its history!…

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Interview: David Scott (Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer)

2008-10-03 :: Dread Central
Length: 21s

Johnny talks to the man responsible for all the badass monsters seen in the Anchor Bay release!…

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Interview: Toby Wilkins (Splinter)

2008-09-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 13s

Creepy has a chat with British director Toby Wilkins about his badass monster movie, Splinter!…

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Interview: Shawn Papazian (Rest Stop: Don't Look Back)

2008-09-25 :: Dread Central
Length: 8s

Uncle Creepy chats with the man responsible for the follow up to Rest Stop!…

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Interview: Dan West & Rick Popko (RetarDEAD)

2008-09-25 :: Dread Central
Length: 25s

Every so often filmmakers come around that do not adhere to the natural order of things. They break rules, step on toes, and we love them for it!…

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Dinner for Fiends: The Death of Horror

2008-09-19 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

Yeah, that's right, we tell ya horror's dead and then we explain why and how it can be saved!…

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Interview: Tom Holland (5 or Die)

2008-09-17 :: Dread Central
Length: 20s

The director of Child's Play and Fright Night discusses his latest web series!…

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Interview: Don Mancini & David Kirschner (Child's Play)

2008-09-16 :: Dread Central
Length: 16s

Creepy sits down with the writer and producer of Child's Play to discuss the film's recent DVD re-release!…

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Interview: Reggie & Gigi Bannister(Phantasm: OblIVion)

2008-08-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 17s

The Reg-man discusses the latest DVD release of one of his classic roles!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Death Racing Out of the Closet

2008-08-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

A discussion of Death Race leads into His Name Was Jason, which leads to Let the Right One In which leads to ... well, you get the picture.…

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VIDEO; Next Caller (Short)

2008-08-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 16s

A late night radio DJ is doing a show on the supernatural. His skepticism is put to the test when he starts receiving strange phone calls.…

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Interview: Jeremy Kasten (Wizard of Gore)

2008-08-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 15s

Finally, the ring master behind this twisted circus speaks on creating such a sick piece of art!…

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Interview: Joel Soisson (Pulse Trilogy)

2008-08-29 :: Dread Central
Length: 16s

The director of Pulse 2 and 3 discusses a world overrun by ghosts!…

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Interview: Mike Furno & Dave Wilbur (Minions of Ka)

2008-08-27 :: Dread Central
Length: 33s

The co-creators/writers discuss their upcoming graphic novel and the world that will follow it!…

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Interview: Darin Scott (Dark House)

2008-08-21 :: Dread Central
Length: 15s

The Dark House director chats up his haunted house flick!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Reflecting on Mirrors

2008-08-21 :: Dread Central
Length: 51s

The gang discusses the latest from Alexandre Aja along with Bigfoot, Poltergeist, and learn a new word!…

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Interview: Michael Vartan (Rogue)

2008-08-15 :: Dread Central
Length: 13s

The star of this badass new crocodile movie talks about how cool it was to make!…

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VIDEO: Exclusive: Blitzkrieg: Escape From Stalag 69 NSFW Clip!

2008-08-11 :: Dread Central
Length: 2s

A very saucy, bloody, nudity-filled clip from this bizarre Nazi exploitation film, which has a limited theatrical run this month!…

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Interview: Todd Farmer (My Bloody Valentine 3D)

2008-08-11 :: Dread Central
Length: 11s

The writer of the upcoming remake discusses his inspirations and why he thinks the original freaked him out so much!…

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VIDEO: Dead Space - James Wan's trailer!

2008-08-09 :: Dread Central
Length: 2s

A trailer for the upcoming survival horror game Dead Space directed by James Wan!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Fear It Sucks

2008-08-08 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

The NBC anthology show it torn apart, as is All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, a discussion of The Midnight Meat Train, and more!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Del Howison's The Lost Heard

2008-08-06 :: Dread Central
Length: 25s

Hear what the story that the premiere episode of Fear Itself sounds like from the man who wrote it!…

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VIDEO - Feast 2 - Cast & Crew interviews

2008-08-03 :: Dread Central

The sickos who made Feast are back for Sloppy Seconds!…

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VIDEO - Mirrors - Cast & Crew interviews

2008-08-03 :: Dread Central
Length: 4s

The people behind Alexandre Aja's latest film discuss making the horror!…

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VIDEO - 5 or Die (Exclusive Clip)

2008-07-28 :: Dread Central
Length: 2s

Something strange we found, though we'd share with you…

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VIDEO - Ghostbusters - Game Footage w/Commentary!

2008-07-28 :: Dread Central
Length: 10s

Check out a full level of the forthcoming Ghostbusters video game with commentary from the develops!…

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Interview: John & Drew Dowdle (Quarantine)

2008-07-27 :: Dread Central
Length: 24s

The guys behind the remake of Spanish horror hit REC discuss their motivations!…

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Interview: Jeff Buhler (Insanitarium)

2008-07-27 :: Dread Central
Length: 15s

The first-time director talks up his insanely bloody debut!…

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Interview: Dave Parker (The Hills Run Red)

2008-07-22 :: Dread Central
Length: 22s

The indie fave's first "studio" pic! Listen is as he chats about what it was like making it!…

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Roundtable: Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz (X-Files: I Want to Believe)

2008-07-22 :: Dread Central
Length: 29s

Part of the X-Files: I Want to Believe roundtable!…

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Roundtable: Gillian Anderson & David Duchovny (X-Files: I Want to Believe)

2008-07-22 :: Dread Central
Length: 30s

Part of the X-Files: I Want to Believe roundtable!…

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Interview: Stevan Mena (Brutal Massacre)

2008-07-22 :: Dread Central
Length: 20s

The director of Malevolence discusses his horror/comedy!…

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Interview: Shawnee Smith (30 Days of Night: Dust to Dust

2008-07-22 :: Dread Central
Length: 15s

Smith talks about her new online web series!…

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Interview: Joe Anderson (The Ruins)

2008-07-07 :: Dread Central
Length: 14s

Creepy chats up one of the victims of carnivorous plants!…

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The Signal: Lewis & Clark Exclusive Commentary!

2008-07-07 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

AJ Bowen (Lewis) & Scott Poythress (Clark) sit down to give their take on The Signal!…

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The Foycast: The Foyth of July

2008-07-04 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

The Foywonder is back with cohort Uncle Creep to dish some strange weirdness for your head!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Two Years of Dread!

2008-07-03 :: Dread Central
Length: 1s

A celebration of Dread Central's two-year anniversary!…

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Interview: Cameron Romero (Staunton Hill)

2008-06-30 :: Dread Central
Length: 27s

Young Romero discusses his first two movies, The Screening and Staunton Hill, in an exclusive one-on-one with Dread Central!…

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Video: Now That You're Dead (Short)

2008-06-27 :: Dread Central
Length: 14s

A new short horror offering from the sickos behind "Torture Porn"!…

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Interview: Mike Felsher (Red Shirt Pictures)

2008-06-24 :: Dread Central

The owner of Red Shirt Pictures sits down with Uncle Creepy to talk about all the badass horror DVDs they're working on next!…

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Interview: Bill Moseley (Dead Air)

2008-06-18 :: Dread Central

Creepy chats up the versatile actor about his role in Corbin Bersen's "zombie" movie Dead Air!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Breaking Wind

2008-06-18

M. Night Shyamalan's latest "film", The Happening, is the focus of our venom this week!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Sarah Langan's The Lost

2008-06-17

The author of The Keeping and The Missing unravels a tale of a lonely girl in NYC who slowly starts to, quite literally, fade away…

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Press Conference: The Happening

2008-06-11

The cast and crew of The Happening discuss M. Night's latest film at a press conference in NYC!…

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Interview: Paul Ehlers (Madman)

2008-06-05
Length: 25s

Creepy talks it up with the one and only Madman Marz!…

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Dinner for Fiends: The Strangeness

2008-06-03
Length: 54s

And this one's just plain weird, folks. Tangents about "What's Happening?", Dragon Wars and more get mixed in with a discussion of The Strangers and The Happening...…

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Dreadtime Stories: Adrienne Barbeau's Vampyres of Hollywood excerpt

2008-06-01

The starlet turned author reads a bit from her first work of fiction, Hollywood Vampyres!…

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Interview: Adrienne Barbeau (Vampyres of Hollywood)

2008-05-29

The once and future Scream Queen chats about her first non-fiction book, Vampyres of Hollywood…

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Interview: Brett Sullivan (The Chair)

2008-05-29

The director of Ginger Snaps 2 is back with The Chair, and we got him talking about it!…

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Interview: Chris Roe (One for the Fire)

2008-05-29

A chat with the man behind "One for the Fire", the brand-new documentary from the 40th anniversary Night of the Living Dead DVD!…

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Dinner for Fiends: NIIIICCCEEEE!

2008-05-16
Length: 47s

Much like some of the greatest jazz records of all time, DFF turns to free-form insanity this time; just so long as it's horror. Oh, and making fun of Butane, of course.…

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Interview: George Romero (Diary of the Dead)

2008-05-11
Length: 15s

The zombie master talks to Dread Central about his latest creation, on DVD May 20th!…

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Interview: Jeffrey Schwarz (Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story)

2008-05-11
Length: 19s

Creepy talks to the man behind one of the best tributes to filmmaker William Castle ever made!…

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Interview: Bill Moseley (Repo! The Genetic Opera)

2008-05-09
Length: 17s

Creepy picks the brain of Choptop to find out just how hard he had to sing for Darren Bousman's rock opera!…

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Interview: Courtney Solomon (After Dark Films)

2008-05-02

The head of After Dark Films gives us the lowdown on Horrorfests to come!…

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Interview: Justin Warren (Zombabies)

2008-05-02

Listen in as Creepy picks the brain of the man behind one of the most twisted concepts we've seen in years!…

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Interview: Lizzy Caplan (Cloverfield)

2008-04-30
Length: 7s

Creepy chats with Marlena from Cloverfield about running from something that's just not there!…

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Video: Tom Woodruff, Jr. (Aliens Vs. Predator: Requiem)

2008-04-30
Length: 12s

A video podcast featuring footage from Woodruff's studio!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Nate Kenyon's Bloodstone Excerpt!

2008-04-29

A ghastly chunk of nastiness from Bloodstone, the debut novel from Massachusetts-based writer Nate Kenyon!…

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Interview: Paul Andrew Williams (The Cottage)

2008-04-26

The director of The Cottage sits down with Syxx to discuss all things familial and horrific!…

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Exclusive Live Hatchet Commentary Track!

2008-04-23

While in London, director Adam Green along with cast and crew recorded a LIVE commentary track in front of an audience for his debut, Hatchet. Dread Central is the ONLY place you'll find it!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Nature Runs Amok!

2008-04-16

Listen in as Butane, Syxx, The Foywonder and David Rosiak discuss the best and worst of this overlooked sub-genre!…

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Interview: Vincenzo Natali (Splice)

2008-04-14

The Cube director discusses his latest thriller, the monster movie Splice!…

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Interview: Tony Krantz (Otis)

2008-04-10

The director of Otis discusses his latest creation, as well as the future of Raw Feed!…

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Interview: Wes Bentley (P2)

2008-04-10

Uncle Creep has a very quick chat with the psycho star of P2!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Ruination

2008-04-08

A discussion of Carter Smith's The Ruins, plus some fantastic fan mail read!…

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Interview: Gina Philips (The Sick House)

2008-03-27

Creepy talks to the sexy star about her new freaky film!…

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Interview: Frank Darabont (The Mist)

2008-03-26

The director chats about the feature-packed DVD, the controversial ending, and a lot more!…

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Dinner for Fiends: The 4th Wall Drinking Game!

2008-03-24

Our smallest DFF yet; Creepy, Foy and Kasch discuss remakes, doomsday scenarios, 3-D, monsters, horrorfests and a helluva lot more!…

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Foycast 3: The Search for Schlock!

2008-03-24

Join The Foywonder and his lovely assistant as they search the world for... well, schlock!…

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Interview: Adam Girerasch &Jace Anderson (Night of the Demons)

2008-03-19

Creepy pics the brain of the screenwriting duo for info on their latest project!…

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Interview: Robert Kurtzman & Andrew Divoff (The Rage)

2008-03-17

Uncle Creepy talks to the director and star of the new splatter classic!…

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Interview: Franklin Guerrero Jr., (Carver)

2008-03-17

Creepy chats with the director of the surprisingly cool indie film!…

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Interview: Neil Marshall (Doomsday)

2008-03-14

Johnny chats with the director about his post-apocalyptic vision!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Fear Fest 2 Pre-Show!

2008-03-03

Creepy, Butane, Nomad, John Gray and Tim Sullivan discuss the upcoming 2nd annual Fear Fest in Dallas, TX; the biggest horror can to smash in your face!…

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Interview: Jesse Baget (Wrestelmaniac)

2008-03-03

Uncle Creepy chats up the director of Wrestlemaniac!…

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Interview: Shane Abbess (Gabriel)

2008-03-03

Uncle Creepy chats up the director of Gabriel!…

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Interview: Andy Whitfield (Gabriel)

2008-03-03

Uncle Creepy talks up the star of Gabriel…

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Dinner for Fiends Gets Signalized!

2008-02-26

Join Butane, Creepy, Kasch, Buz and special guest star A.J. Bowen (Lewis from The Signal) as they discuss horrors roots in the Oscars, the beard/no beard debate and, of course, The Signal!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Michael Laimo's Fires Rising Excerpt!

2008-02-26

The author of The Demonologist and Dead Souls reads an excerpt from his latest novel, Fires Rising!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Dissecting Diary

2008-02-19

The DC crew is joined by Hatchet and Spiral director Adam Green to discuss Diary of the Dead, among other things!…

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Interview: The Signal Directors (The Signal)

2008-02-17

Andrew Kasch chats with Dan Bush, David Brucker and Jacob Gentry on the origins of The Signal!…

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Interview: Adam Green (Spiral)

2008-02-08

Uncle Creepy chats with the newbie director about his second film, miles apart from his first!…

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Dinner for Fiends: The Remake

2008-02-05

A discussion of the old being new again with Creepy, Butane, Syxx, Kasch, Foywonder and David Rosiak!…

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Interview: Sticky Fingaz (Blade: The Series)

2008-02-05

Uncle Creepy talks to the former rapper about his brief role as the Daywalker!…

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Interview: Robert Englund (Killer Pad)

2008-01-30

The man of your nightmares, Freddy Krueger himself, dishes out info on his latest gig behind the camera!…

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Interview: Ken Sagoes (Nightmare on Elm Street 3 and 4)

2008-01-30

Uncle Creepy sits down with the one and only Kincaid to discuss his new charity work!…

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Interview: Kevin Strange (Colonel Killer Motherfuckers)

2008-01-30

Kryten sits down with the Colonel Kill director to discuss true indie horror!…

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Interview: Justin Welborn (The Signal)

2008-01-27

The last of our series of Signal interviews. See it February 22nd in theaters across the country!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Jeff Strand's The Bad Candy House

2008-01-23

Twisted author Jeff Strand weaves a Halloween tale that will have you rolling!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Fields of Clover

2008-01-22

The crew talks the latest big monster to hit theaters, Cloverfield, and a lot more!…

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Interview: Albert Pyun (Invasion)

2008-01-22

Creepy finds out how a horror movie was made in one night, in one take!…

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Interview: Dick Durock (Swamp Thing)

2008-01-22

Uncle Creepy talks to the man behind the moss!…

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Interview: Anessa Ramsey (The Signal)

2008-01-21

Johnny chats to Signal star about her role in the upcoming apocalyptic thriller!…

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Monster Audio Review!

2008-01-17

Foy hates the latest Asylum mockbuster so much, he can't even type about it!…

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Foycast 2: In the Name of the Boll

2008-01-17

Foy returns to rant about all things Boll with his trusty sidekick, Uncle Creepy…

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Interview: A.J. Bowen (The Signal)

2008-01-13

One of the three principal cast members of The Signal, out February 22nd 2008 from Magnolia, chats it up with Butane!…

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Dinner for Fiends: AvPissed

2008-01-06

Creepy, Butane, Kasch, Buz and Kryten talk about the most disappointing sequel of the year, along with possums and the best and worst of 2007!…

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Interview: James Wan (Death Sentence)

2008-01-06

Creepy talks up the director of the Kevin Bacon action film!…

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The Foycast 1: Top 10 Worst DTV of 2007!

2007-12-27

Presenting a brand-new form of auditory punishment; The Foywonder rants about all the bad that managed to find its way into our homes over the last year!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Legendary

2007-12-19

Creep, Kasch, Foy and Syxx discuss I Am Legend and why it ain't so legendary!…

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Interivew: Ryan Schifrin (Spooks)

2007-12-19

The director of Abominable discusses his latest comic book project with Dread Central!…

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Interview: Daniel Licht (Dexter)

2007-12-11

The Buz talks to Dexter composer Daniel Licht about the music of the hugely cool show!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Viva la Indie!

2007-12-07

A discussion about indie horror; what makes it good and what is worth watching! Hosted by Uncle Creepy featuring Kasch, Buz, Kryten and Melissa!…

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Interview: Adam Mason (Blood River)

2007-12-03

Johnny talks to the British director of Broken, The Devil's Chair, Blood River and a lot more!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Into the Mist

2007-11-27

A discussion of the Frank Darabont King adaptation that has fans split right down the middle!…

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Dinner for Fiends: What Scares Us

2007-11-21

Johnny, Kasch, Kryten, The Buz and Foy discuss what actually gave them the shivers both past and present!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Horrorfest & Beyond!

2007-11-14

Johnny, Creepy, Andrew Kasch, The Foywonder, Kryten Syxx and a special guest appearance by the uber-sexy Tiffany Shepis!…

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Interview: Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity)

2007-11-14

The editor of the festival favorite talks to Uncle Creepy!…

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Interview: Jonathan Hensleigh (Welcome to the Jungle)

2007-11-14

The director of the new cannibal opus talks to the first cannibal, Uncle Creepy!…

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Interview: Eileen Dietz (Queen of Screams)

2007-11-14

Uncle Creepy discusses the latest film from the Exorcist star!…

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Interview: Zev Berman (Borderland)

2007-11-14

Johnny chats up the director of one of this year's better Horrorfest entries!…

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Interview: Andrew Currie (Fido)

2007-11-05

Johnny chats up the director of one of the best zombie movies in years!…

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Interview: Larry Fessenden (The Last Winter)

2007-11-01

Johnny talks to the maverick indie filmmaker about his latest film!…

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Interview: Repo! Writers (Repo! The Genetic Oprea)

2007-10-29

The men who created Repo! The Genetic Oprea discuss how it all came to be.…

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Interview: Repo! Cast & Crew (Repo! The Genetic Opera)

2007-10-29

The stars and sick minds behind the first horror rock opera discuss how fucking cool it was to make it!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Mick Garris' Joy

2007-10-29

Follow one man as he expounds on the joys of the world and all living things...…

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Dreadtime Stories: Scott A. Johnson's Of Moss and Bullfrogs

2007-10-29

A girl's perilous journey from an unescapable destiny!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Alan Draven's Rattling Man

2007-10-29

A cool Halloween tale based in Draven's fictional town of Bitternest, LA!…

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Dinner for Fiends Episode 16: 30 Days!

2007-10-23

Listen in as Butane, Creepy, Kasch and Nomad discuss the latest vampire opus and tell you how to be scared!…

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Interview: Saw IV Cast & Crew (Saw IV)

2007-10-22

Audio from the Saw IV press conference in Toronto!…

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Interview: Jim Mickle & Nick Damaci (Mulberry Street)

2007-10-21

Johnny talks up the guys behind another of this year's 8 Films to Die For!…

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Interview: Ronalds Brothers (Netherbeast Incorporated)

2007-10-21

Melissa Bostaph chats with the Brothers Ronald about their horror/comedy!…

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Interview: Rolfe Kanefsky (Nightmare Man)

2007-10-20

The director of one of the 2007 8 Films to Die For talks the film's history and more!…

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Exclusive Lost Wrong Turn 2 Commentary!

2007-10-08 :: info@dreadcentral.com

We managed to get commentary from Fox Home Video that they didn't include on the DVD release of Wrong Turn 2: Dead End! You won't find it anywhere else!…

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Interview: Bear McCreary (Wrong Turn 2: Dead End)

2007-10-08

Andrew Kasch talks to the composer of the direct-to-video sequel!…

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Dinner for Fiends; A Wrong Turn?

2007-10-02

Wrong Turn 2 director Joe Lynch joins Creepy, Butane and Kasch for a discussion of all things horror!…

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Interview: Zelda Rubenstein (Poltergeist)

2007-10-02

Uncle Creepy takes place in a round-table phone interview with the short-statured star of Tobe Hooper's classic!…

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Interview: Robert Kurtzman (To Live and Die)

2007-09-25

The effects man turned director discusses his latest film for MGM, the action movie To Live and Die…

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Interview: Uwe Boll (Postal)

2007-09-17

The Foywonder sits down for his first-ever chat with the German director!…

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Interview: Jack Hill & Sid Haig (Spider Baby)

2007-09-14

Uncle Creep chats up two horror legends in celebration of the forthcoming SE DVD release!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Runaway

2007-09-12

Christopher Golden reads a fantastical story of monsters, youth and the power of family!…

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Interview: Craig Robinson (Dragon Wars)

2007-09-10

Melissa Bostaph chats up one of the stars of the long-gestating Korean monster movie!…

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Dinner for Fiends: The Day After Halloween

2007-09-04

Join Creepy, Foy, Kryten and, for the first time ever, reviewer Melissa Bostaph as go up one side of Halloween and down the other.…

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Interview: Scott Thomas (Flight of the Living Dead)

2007-09-02

Johnny chats with the director of the first zombie movie set on a plane!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Halloween

2007-08-29

Johnny, Andrew, Buz and Kryten discuss new horror news, Rob Zombie's remake of the Carpenter classic, and more!…

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Halloween Then and Now: Rob Zombie

2007-08-23

Our final Halloween: Then and Now podcast with the one and only Rob Zombie, director of the new Halloween!…

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Interview: Joel David Moore (Hatchet)

2007-08-21

The star of Hatchet discusses why his slasher is more badass than any other!…

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Interview: Greg Ropp (Eerie Horror Film Festival)

2007-08-21

Uncle Creepy chats with the creator of the fastest-growing horror film festival around!…

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Dreadtime Stories: In the House of the Hangman... & Listening to Hendrix 1983

2007-08-20

Gary A. Braunbeck, author of Keepers, Mr. Hands, Destinations Unknown and many more, gives a reading of two of his stories for the Dreadtime Stories podcast!…

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Halloween Then and Now: Malcolm McDowell

2007-08-18

Uncle Creepy talks to the new Dr. Loomis about his role in Rob Zombie's remake!…

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Halloween Then and Now: Tyler Mane

2007-08-09

Uncle Creepy chats it up with the new Michael Myers!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Burying Betsey

2007-08-01

Brian Keene reads a creepy tale of a father's love for the latest Dreadtime Story! A Dread Central exclusive!…

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Interview: Craig Spector (Animals)

2007-07-30

Listen in as Johnny picks the brain of the famous horror author cum screenwriter!…

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Halloween Then and Now: Sid Haig

2007-07-26

Creepy takes some time to dish scoop info on Rob Zombie's Halloween from Sid's brain!…

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Interview: Michael Felsher (Red Shirt Pictures)

2007-07-24

Johnny sits down with the man responsible for all the great features on the new Monster Squad DVD and more!…

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Interview: Fred Dekker (The Monster Squad)

2007-07-22 :: info@dreadcentral.com

Johnny talks to the Monster Squad director about the long-awaited release of his movie on DVD!…

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Halloween Then and Now: Dee Wallace

2007-07-19 :: info@dreadcentral.com

Uncle Creepy discusses what it's like to be a horror icon with the one and only Dee Wallace, star of Rob Zombie's Halloween!…

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Interview: John Faust (By Appointment Only)

2007-07-18 :: info@dreadcentral.com

Kryten Syxx discusses the 20-minute slice of horrific goodness with its director!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Day of the Wolf

2007-07-10 :: info@dreadcentral.com

The latest entry in our on-going author-centric series, this time we have Craig Shaw Gardner reading a very cool werewolf story that's unlike what you've heard before.…

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Halloween Then and Now: Nancy Loomis

2007-07-05 :: info@dreadcentral.com

Uncle Creepy spends some time with the once and future Annie Brackett!…

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Dinner for Fiends: The Year That Was

2007-07-04 :: info@dreadcentral.com

A discussion of the first year of Dread Central being their own, independent entity by the guys who started it; Uncle Creepy, Jon Condit and Johnny Butane!…

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Halloween Then and Now: Kathleen Kinmont

2007-06-29

Uncle Creepy sits down with the star of Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers!…

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Splattrax: Blood & Chocolate

2007-06-26

Nomad & Kryten sit down with and tear chunks from the new "werewolf" film…

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Interview: The Ladies of Hatchet

2007-06-26 :: info@dreadcentral.com

Uncle Creepy sits down with Hatchet hotties Mercedes McNab and Joleigh Fioreavaniti to discuss the most badass horror film of the year!…

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Dreadtime Stories: Jack Ketchum's Olivia: A Monologue

2007-06-24 :: info@dreadcentral.com
Length: 8s

The first of our on-going series of horror authors reading stories and/or novel excerpts for Dread Central readers!…

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Halloween Then and Now: Danielle Harris

2007-06-21 :: info@dreadcentral.com

Uncle Creepy talks to the only star to appear in both the old and new Halloween films; the ever-adorable and cool Danielle Harris!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Hostile

2007-06-18

Discussion about Hostel Part II, Hellboy 2, a new horror variety show called Nightmare Alley, and a lot more!…

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Halloween Then and Now: Charles Cyhpers

2007-06-15 :: info@dreadcentral.com

Uncle Creepy chats with the original Sheriff Brackett; Charles Cyphers!…

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Splattrax: House of the Dead

2007-06-11 :: info@dreadcentral.com

What is it? Well, if all goes well this will be a weekly addition that will allow us to tear apart really bad horror flicks for your enjoyment. All you have to do is purchase the film in question and play the sound file below while the movie is playing. You'll hear a group of us going at it in an effort to amuse you more than the film ever will.…

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Halloween Then and Now: PJ Soles

2007-06-08 :: info@dreadcentral.com

Johnny Butane chats with PJ Soles about her role in the original Halloween as well as her hopes for the remake!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Upcoming Horrors

2007-06-05

Uncle Creepy, Evil Andy and Johnny Butane discuss this weeks' horror news, as well as a slew of horror movies you've probably not see yet but should look forward to!…

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Halloween Then and Now: Kristina Klebe

2007-05-31

Our first in a series of podcast interviews with the stars of the latest Halloween film from Rob Zombie, as well as discussions with those of previous Halloween films. This week we talk to the new Lynda, Kristina Klebe (totally)!…

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Interview: Jeremy Kasten (Wizard of Gore)

2007-05-21

Johnny Butane talks to the dapper director about his upcoming remake of the Herschel Godon Lewis classic!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Dessert

2007-05-17

Our final structure-free Dinner for Fiends, we're going to be changing things up from now on! Enjoy another conversation about all things horror with Johnny Butane, Kryten Syxx, The Foywonder, Buz and for the first time every, Evil Andy!…

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Interview: Rob Schmidt (Right to Die)

2007-05-15

Uncle Creepy finds out what goes on in the mind of Right to Die director Rob Schmidt, and why he enjoys peeling humans so damn much!…

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Interview: John Esposito (Right to Die)

2007-05-15

Uncle Creepy chats up the writer of Rob Schmidt's Masters of Horror entry, Right to Die!…

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Interview: David Buchert & Robert Ziegler (Blood Oath)

2007-05-07

Uncle Creepy chats up the director and producer of the indie film Blood Oath!…

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Interview: Diane Robina (Fearnet)

2007-05-07

Uncle Creepy chats with the president of the first real horror channel to debut on cable, Fearnet, who gives a history of the company and looks ahead to more evil things!…

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Dinner for Fiends: The Worst of the Worst

2007-05-06

A discussion of the absolute worse this genre has to offer. Consider it a public service to tell you what NOT to watch! (Uncle Creepy, Kryten Syxx, The Foywonder, Scott Johnson, Buz, Andrew Kasch & Sean Clark appear!)…

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Interview: Jonathan King (Black Sheep)

2007-05-01

Uncle Creepy picks the brain of Black Sheep director Jonathan King prior to it's debut at New York's Tribeca Film Festival. Hear what sickness lives in the head of a man who would sic sweet and cuddly sheep against his fellow man!…

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Dinner for Fiends: Brave New World

2007-04-28

Join Johnny, Creepy, Kasch, Buz and a special Foywonder run-in as we take a stab at religion, the Saw franchise, why The Birds remake might suck and what Buz forgot to tell us about at Fear Fest that we should kill him for. Still steaming over that, we are.

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Interview: Thora Birch (Dark Corners)

2007-04-27

Uncle Creepy gets to chat with the lovely Thora Birch (American Beauty, Ghost World) about her duel role in the new thriller from Anchor Bay, Dark Corners!…

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Interview: Matthew Leutwyler (Unearthed)

2007-04-24

Johnny Butane sits down with the Unearthed director to discuss his latest film, a badass monster movie starring Luke Goss and Charlie Murphy. Premiering at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival!…

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Interview: John Dowdle (The Poughkeepsie Tapes)

2007-04-23

Uncle Creepy sits down with the director of the Tribeca Film Festival entry, the Poughkeepsie Tapes, Mr. John Dowdle, to pick his brain about just what the film is all about.…

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Dinner for Fiends Ep. 6: Grindhouse!

2007-04-16

Johnny Butane, Uncle Creepy, Value Rocker (Jon Condit), Kryten Syxx, The Foywonder and Buz discuss the wonder and brilliance that is the Tarantino/Rodriguez double feature. If nothing else our enthusiasm for it alone should convince you to get your ass out there and see it. Again, if necessary.

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Dinner for Fiends Ep. 1: Turistas

2007-04-16

A discussion of the first Fox Atomic offering, Turistas, featuring myself, Uncle Creepy, Andrew Kasch (who wrote the review we refer to many times), and Morgan Elektra. Sorry for the lack of timeliness; there were sound issues we were trying to get worked out.

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Interview: Don Coscarelli (Phantasm)

1969-12-31

Uncle Creepy talks to the man who taught millions of young children the meaning of fear, Don Coscarelli, about the latest DVD of Phantasm, Phantasm III, plus news of a new entry!…

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Interview: Ray Castile (The Embodiment of Evil)

1969-12-31

"What is life? It's the beginning of death! What is death? It's the end of life! What is existence? It's the circle of blood! What is blood? It's the meaning of existence!"

Uncle Creepy talks to the man who plays young Coffin Joe in the Spanish master's retrun to the cinmea!…

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Interview: Meat Loaf (Masters of Horror: Pelts)

1969-12-31

Nomad got the rare oppurtunity to chat with rockstar cum actor Meat Loaf about his role in Dario Argento's second season Masters of Horror entry, the super gory "Pelts"!…

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Dinner for Fiends Ep. 5: 28 Days of Suck!

1969-12-31

Uncle Creepy, Johnny Butane, Nomad, Kryten Syxx and the Mighty Foywonder discuss February 2007 or, as we like to call it; 28 Days of Suck!

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Interview: Frank Sudol (City of Rott)

1969-12-31

The director of the highly fucked-up animated feature about an old man vs. a world of zombies explains to Uncle Creepy just how he got so twisted in the first place!…

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Interview: Craig Singer (Dark Ride)

1969-12-31

The Dark Ride director chats with Johnny Butane about the challenges of making a horror film set entirely in a disused carnival ride, and why it took so long to finally see the light of day via the 2006 After Dark Horrorfest…

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Interview: Barbara Nedeljakova (Hostel)

1969-12-31

Uncle Creepy shows why he's such a hit with the ladies when he gets to whisper softly in the ear of the sexy Hostel star!…

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Interview: Guillermo del Toro

1969-12-31

The director of Hellboy, Blade 2, Devil's Backbone and, of course, Pan's Labyrinth, shows Sean Clark why he's one of the coolest directors working today!…

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Interview: The Butcher Brothers (The Hamiltons)

1969-12-31

Johnny Butane talks to the Butcher Brothers, who are neither butchers nor brothers, about their After Dark Horrorfest entry, The Hamiltons!…

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Interview: John Shiban (Rest Stop)

1969-12-31

The director of the first Raw Feed title, the direct-to-DVD horror series Warner Bros. is funding, talks to Uncle Creepy about the challenges of making such a freaky little horror film so quickly…

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Interview: Mike Mendez (The Gravedancers)

1969-12-31

Johnny Butane got to pick the brain of The Gravedancers director Mike Mendez shortly before it premiered as a part of the 2006 After Dark Horrorfest! Good stuff!…

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Interview: Tom Malloy & Russell Terlecki (The Alphabet Killer)

1969-12-31

Malloy, producer/writer on the film and Terlecki, producer, lend their voices to a conversation with Johnny Butane about their work on Rob (Wrong Turn) Schmidt's sophomore feature!…

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Interview: Jones, Doug (Pan's Labyrinth)

1969-12-31

The man of a thousand faces, or at least quite a few, talks to Sean Clark about his role as Pan in Guillermo del Toro's brilliant masterpiece, Pan's Labyrinth!…

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Interview: Jason Todd Ipson (Unrest)

1969-12-31

The director of the After Dark Horrorfest entry Unrest talks to Johnny Butane about where he got his ideas, and how not finishing medical school might be the best thing he ever did!…

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Interview: Andrew Byrnarski (Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning)

1969-12-31

Uncle Creepy takes one for the team in this long chat with the latest and greatest Leatherface!…

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Dinner for Fiends Ep. 3: 2006

1969-12-31

This Dinner for Fiends features myself, Uncle Creepy, Joe Knetter, Morgan Elektra, The Foywonder and Andrew Kasch talking smack about the year that was.…

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Interview: Jeff Broadstreet (Night of the Living Dead 3D)

1969-12-31

Listen to Dread Central's resident zombie lovemaker, Uncle Creepy, pick the brain of the man who re-inventes George A. Romero's classsic in glorious 3-D!…

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Interview: Ivana Baquero (Pan's Labyrinth)

1969-12-31

Sean Clark sits down with the young star of Guillermo del Toror's dark fantasy masterpiece, Pan's Labyrinth to discuss what it's like to work with a genius.…

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Dinner for Fiends Ep. 4: Blood & Hitcher

1969-12-31

Johnny Butane, Uncle Creepy, The Woman in Black, Andrew Kasch, Kryten Syxx and a special guest appearance by The Foywonder to discuss two big steamy piles of crap; Blood & Chocolate and The Hitcher…

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Dinner for Fiends Ep. 2: Holiday Horrors!

1969-12-31

Uncle Creepy, Sean Clark, Andrew Kasch and the one and only Foywonder discuss some of their favorite (and not so favorite) Christmas-themed horror movies. Everything from Black Christmas to Santa With Muscles (gotta love the Foy).

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