Your Monthly source for all things horror, including Industry interviews, peer reviews, list episodes and independent spotlights. Moose’s Monster Mash is here to celebrate all things horror.
The Grawlix Growler Randal Silvey joins me Moose to discuss the pros and cons of the the original and the newest remake of Stephen King's Children of the Corn. What parts of the movies did we like? where did they fall short? what would it take to grow a children of the corn franchise? hear all of our thoughts today.
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Anthony Caimano sits down to talk about his upcoming feature, Friday the 13th: Blood Loss. Hear how the project started, and how it grew from a short to a feature length film. Anthony talks about his awesome cast including horror Alum, Ari Lehman, Beatrice Boepple and more. We also talk about all the work that goes into making a successful indiegogo campaign.
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Sunday October 22nd We've partnered with Midwest Elite Concerts to present a horror Double Feature. We will be showing House on Haunted Hill, and White Zombie. $5 Admission, doors at 5, movie at 6.
On Wednesday, October 25th We will be hosting a horror movie trivia event alongside D&C Trivia Projects. come test your horror knowledge, win cool prizes, and stick around for a screening of Nosferatu. Doors at 7, event at 8.
This month decided to change things up a little bit and Moose is the Guest. Moose gives his Top Ten Film Recommendations to get you into the spooky season mood for 2023. Films like: Candyman, Hocus Pocus, Children of the Corn, The Shining and more. what will the number one pick for 2023 be? find out on this brand new
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PJ Starks and Eric Huskisson join me to talk about their upcoming feature, New Fear's Eve. This new Horror Comedy, starring Dave Sheridan, Flessia Rose, and many more, Follows three best friends who involuntarily prepare for Hooper Industries' annual New Year's Eve party, which turns deadly when a murderer sets his sights on them. Hear where the idea came from and whats coming next from this creative powerhouse in this months All...
Bobby Porter returns to finish our two part deep dive into his epic career. Bobby talks about his time on such films as; The Never Ending Story, Night of the Comet, T2 Judgement Day and of course Battle for the Planet of the Apes. Hear all about his most dangerous stunt, and the multiple times working with a young Noah Hathaway. He wraps us up with a very touching story about his time working with the legendary Robin Williams. E...
Actor and stuntman Bobby Porter joins us this month for a sample of his lengthy Hollywood career. in this first of two parts we start with his first movie in Hutchinson KS, and end with his time on Land of the Lost. Hear about how he helped created the look of the Ewok for a film called Revenge of the Jedi, and about his time riding Pete's Dragon. And of course we talk about about his horror roles, E.T. Critters, and playing a you...
A.J. Chambers, creator of Babezilla vs the Zombie Whorde, joins me to discuss the crowdfunding campign for his newest project "Lust,
This month I'm joined by star of The Toolbox Murders, Wesley Eure. Hear tales from his recent trip to Nebraska for Grand Comic Fest V, stories from the set of the Sid & Marty Krofft classic, Land of the Lost, as well as how his hit children's show Dragon Tales came to be. Wesley's infectious energy is evident throughout his retelling of many fascinating stories. Right here on Moose's Monster Mash..
Bob Elmore from Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 stops by before heading to Grand Island, Nebraska for Grand Comic Fest V April 21st-23rd 2023. Hear Bob talk about how he got his start as a stuntman, his time as Leatherface, and some fun stories from the set of Pirates of the Caribbean. Also get an inside look at what it was like being the personal stunt double for John Candy, and starting down that road on the Mel Brooks' classic, Spac...
Billy is back for the lost episode of Moose's monster mash, we are talking about the Leprechaun Film Franchise. It all started 30 years ago and reinvented horror in the 90's. A franchise built on humor and location would reinvent itself multiple times, but never lose it's core charm. Strap in for a fun deep dive into an even funnier franchise.
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Billy and Randal come back to talk about our most anticipated horror projects that we mentioned last year, and the the biggest Horror hits of 2022. We talk about The Munsters, Black Phone, The Northman, Barbarian, Halloween Ends, and many more. joins on this look back at a banner year for horror.
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Horrorcore Icon, Komatose joins us for the first annual Valentine's Day Movie Massacre. We dig into some of the popular horror titles that pop up around Valentine's Day. 2001's "Valentine" kicks off our holiday themed chat, we might not agree on the rewatchabilty of this film, but we can both agree that there's enough source material for a much darker remake. Speaking of darker remakes, we then move into the 1981 classic, and its...
Mason Martucci joins me this month to talk about his new happy murder movie, Halloween Burns. It's a fun jaunt with Michael Meyers on a mission to kill. Mason Tells us where he came up with the idea, why he chose Halloween, and so much more in this all new episode of Moose's Monster Mash.
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It's the first episode of the new year AND it's Friday the 13th.....I smell special episode!!! We have Roger Rose, who played Steven in Friday the 13th part VI: Jason Lives. We talk about Roger's start in the business and dive into his prolific voice over career, touching on his role as Vinnie Stoker on Gravedale High. What would a Friday the 13th special be if we didn't talk about the movie? hear some great behind the scenes st...
It's the season 4 premiere of Moose's Monster Mash, and the 13th Horror-fying day of Christmas, and we give you Actor, Director, and Podcast Host, Leo Wyatt from "Charmed", Mr. Brian Krause!!
Brian tells us about how he got started in the industry, then we start talking about his time on Stephen King's "Sleepwalkers", his breakout role in horror and a killer title role. Listeners also get an inside look at how Brian feels about Ho...
DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: **This episode is not meant to glorify any of the Serial Killers discussed in this interview, it is a look at the works of the guest. My heart goes out to the families of the victims and the survivors of these horrific events. -Paul- **
For the 12th Horror-fying Day of Christmas, we take a break from the world of make believe, and dive into real horror with Author and Filmmaker, John Borowski. In this epis...
We have the writer for the new movie, Jeepers Creepers Reborn, Mr. Sean-Michael Argo! In this all new episode, we dive into how he got into writing, and the persistence involved with getting Jeepers Creepers. Mr. Argo is a fan of the franchise and wanted do justice to this creature with great potential. He talks about everything involved with separating this new take on the franchise, from it's controversial predecessors. Hear a...
Day 10 takes us back in time, to a small Texas town with Steve Merlo's Unofficial Prequel to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise, The Sawyer Family Massacre. Listen to Steve tell us why he chose a prequel over a sequel and all of the good and bad things that go with. We discuss his love of the franchise, viewer reactions to the film and so much more in this all new episode. Be sure to check out The Sawyer Massacre on youtube.
Les Nolan Stops by for the 9th Horror-Fying Day of Christmas, to talk about his upcoming Horror anthology, Springsville. This anthology tells the tale of a meat cleaver wielding madman, whose exploits cause the town to cancel Halloween. Hear Les talk about the real life inspiration behind the idea, the struggles of making a film and the joys of being a wrestling fan and working with WWE Legends.
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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