On the third episode of Shock Waves, join your hosts Rob Galluzzo, Elric Kane and Rebekah McKendry as they talk about all the latest horrors! First, the big news is the announcement of the new HALLOWEEN movie! The gang then discuss John Carpenter's live show, and review such films as PASSION OF DARKLY NOON, TEXAS CHAINSAW 2, EYES OF A STRANGER, HANSEL & GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS 3D, as well as CAT PEOPLE and the I KNOW WHAT YOU DID movies. Then Ryan Turek checks in with his pick of the week THE STUFF. And lastly, the gang is then joined by production company SpectreVision, consisting of Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh Waller. They delve into where their love of horror begin, the origins of SpectreVision as a company and we go film by film to discuss how their filmography came to be. Get ready for an in depth, lengthy horror chat!
Join Rob Galluzzo, Elric Kane and Rebekah McKendry for the second episode of Shock Waves! First up, the latest horrors! The trio discuss the latest films they've all seen. All 3 of them chime in on 'The Boy.' Rob also saw 'Most Likely To Die' and the 'F/X' movies. Elric talks about 'Frightmare,' 'Black Sunday' and 'Anguish.' And Bekah tells us about 'Wild Zero.' Then Ryan Turek checks in with his horror pick of the week, before being joined by Scream Factory's Jeff Nelson and Cliff MacMillan. The duo talk about their upcoming 4 year anniversary, the changes in the home video market since their inception, their first original feature 'Fender Bender,' their new sub-label 'Shout Selects' and the controversy surrounding their 'Jeepers Creepers' releases. All of this and much more on episode 2 of Shock Waves!
Join your hosts Rob Galluzzo (Blumhouse.com), Elric Kane (Inside Horror) and Rebekah McKendry (editor in chief of Blumhouse.com) for the first episode of Shock Waves! The trio talk about their all time favorite horror movies, first time they recognized a genre actor in a non-genre role, their first time meeting a horror icon, horror movies they'd most want to see on Blu-Ray and much, much more. Bonus segments in this episode include Ryan Turek's "Horror Pick Of The Week" and a chat about vinyl soundtrack releases with The Damn Fine Cast co-host Tony Giles!