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This episode Jason is joined by Castle of Horror castmate Julia Guzman to chat with JH Moncrieff, whose book City of Ghosts won the 2018 Kindle Book
This episode Jason chats with Simon Stephenson, whose book Set My Heart to Five debuts from HarperCollins this September.
Jason chats with Julius Berg, co-writer and director of The Owners, a new home invasion thriller coming to theaters and on-demand September 4, 2020.
In this episode, Jason talks to author/filmmaker Jim Towns about his new book from Anubis Press, American Cryptic – True Stories of the Strange and Uncanny.
The hosts found that their best conversations come out when they can dive deep into works that have had many film iterations.
This episode Jason talks to the directors of Becky, a new revenge thriller about a teen girl, Lulu Wilson, who faces off against a gang of neo-Nazis.
This episode Jason talks to Angie Hodapp about her new book Query Craft, the Writer-in-the-Know Guide to Getting Your Manuscript Requested.
This episode Jason talks to Scott Kenemore, author of the new book Lake of Darkness (May 5, 2020; Skyhorse Publishing/Talos Press). The book explores an
Jason talks to director/writer David Holroyd, whose film The Haunted is about a caregiver in an isolated house who finds her charge’s house may be haunted.
This episode Jason talks to Leslie Lutz, whose strange Lost-like thrilled Fractured Tide debuts this month from Blink/HarperCollins.
This episode Jason talks to Ramsey Campbell, who the Oxford Companion to English Literature describes as “Britain’s most respected living horror writer.”
This episode Jason talks to Robert Nairne, who stars in the new film The Jack in the Box on VOD Digital and DVD this month. The Jack in the Box is an
Jason chats with Issa Lopez, the director and writer of Tigers Are Not Afraid, which releases in May on DVD and DVD/Blu-ray SteelBook.
Are you stuck at home because of current events? You're probably getting bored so here are 5 nerdy puzzles you could try to pass the time.