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Shock Waves

Blumhouse.com presents Shock Waves: Join your hosts Rob Galluzzo (Senior Editor: Blumhouse.com, FEARnet, Icons Of Fright), Elric Kane (This Week In Horror, Inside Horror) and Rebekah McKendry (Editor In Chief: Blumhouse.com, Fangoria) for a weekly discussion and analysis of all facets of the horror genre! Shock Waves puts the focus on the latest horror films, retrospectives on classic titles and welcomes very special guests for all aspects of the industry to tackle a variety of topics and give listeners candid insight into how some of the best genre films are made. Shock Waves is here to quench your insatiable thirst for all things horror!
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Dec 21, 2016

Horror fans, it's a Christmas miracle! This time of year, we tend to pull out holiday specific horror films to marathon and get us in the mood for Christmas. On the top of most of our queue's would be SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT, Parts 1 and 2! For this special holiday episode of Shock Waves, your hosts Rob Galluzzo, Ryan Turek, Rebekah McKendry and Elric Kane have invited two very special guests on. For the first time anywhere, we've brought together Robert Brian Wilson, Billy from SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT and Eric Freeman, Ricky from SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT PART 2! It's a family reunion for these cinematic siblings! Kick back, grab some spiked egg nog, and listen as we get the full story on how both ended up playing a killer Santa in their respective films, how the controversies after the fact affected them both personally and professionally, and how they discovered the cult fanbase for these movies all these years later. Both are very humble about their cinematic counterparts, and very candid and up front in this in depth interview. For fans that have always grown up with the SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT movies, this episode is a must listen for you! Have a Merry Christmas, and a Happy Garbage Day!

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