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Horrorlust Radio Episode #010

Posted in Horrorlust Radio with tags , , , , , , , on September 3, 2015 by bluefall8

In episode #010 of Horrorlust Radio, I’m joined by my brother, Jason Adkins.

In this installment of Horrorlust Radio, Jason and I discussed The Evil Within, a survival horror video game like none other. We also shared our thoughts on the 2014 cinematic release The Houses October Built.

This episode also featured installments of Serious Celluloid and Dead Files, just two of the original segments found only on Horrorlust Radio! In Serious Celluloid, Tod Browning’s oddball classic Freaks is enshrined in the Horrorlust library, meanwhile Jason performed a dramatic reading of a 2010 review of the Detroit haunted attraction, Demonic Demons.

I’m actively seeking sponsors for Horrorlust Radio, if you own or operate a haunted attraction or are otherwise involved or connected to the haunt industry and are interested in such an opportunity you can contact me at the following email address: horrorlust@bluestarproductions.net

Email any questions or comments to the address above or feel welcome to post any reactions to this podcast in the comments section below.

HORRORLUST RADIO: EPISODE 010

SHOW NOTES

Corrections: I mistakenly referred to Dracula (1931) as a silent film while Jason and I discussed Freaks during the Serious Celluloid segment.

We highlighted many positive aspects of The Evil Within including character design; my brother and I agreed that Spider Bitch was the most frightening. Go on, have a look. Good luck sleeping tonight.

Spider Bitch: She's not here to cuddle, fellas.

Spider Bitch: She’s not here to cuddle, fellas.

An original promotional poster for Freaks, on the right side of the image are the eponymous freaks and to the left are Olga Baclanova and Henry Victor who portrayed the villainous trapeze artist Cleopatra and the strongman Hercules, respectively.

Gooble-Gobble, indeed.

Gooble-Gobble, indeed.

The songs and audio clips featured in this episode are listed below in chronological order:

“Early Sunsets Over Monroeville” by My Chemical Romance (I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, 2002)

Sleepaway Camp Theatrical Trailer, 1983

“Buzzkill Bitch” by The Koffin Kats (Straying from the Pack, 2006)

Bumble Bee Toilet Attack from Sleepaway Camp, 1983

“Graveyard Tree” by The Koffin Kats (Koffin Kats, 2003)

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Horrorlust Radio Episode #005

Posted in Horrorlust Radio with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 16, 2014 by bluefall8

I’m flying solo without a net in episode #005 of Horrorlust Radio.

In the fifth episode of Horrorlust Radio, I talk about the haunted attractions I’ve visited thus far and those I aim to tour before the 2014 Halloween season is to end; I also answer a few listener questions.

This episode of Horrorlust Radio also features the second installment of Nightmare Fuel and the debut of Dead Files. In Nightmare Fuel, I recount several ghostly nights spent in Lovett Hall, a former high school now part of The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. Dead Files is a segment in which haunted house reviews are read in dramatic fashion and up first is an account from a 2012 trip to Bloodview in Broadview Heights, Ohio.

I also provide my thoughts on the season premieres of The Walking Dead and American Horror Story. And I would be remiss if I didn’t mention Gerkins’ appearance on the Chop Shop!

I’m actively seeking sponsors for Horrorlust Radio, if you own or operate a haunted attraction or are otherwise involved or connected to the haunt industry and are interested in such an opportunity you can contact me at the following email address: horrorlust@bluestarproductions.net

Email any questions or comments to the address above or feel welcome to post any reactions to this podcast in the comments section below.

HORRORLUST RADIO: EPISODE 005

SHOW NOTES

Here’s a poster from Ed Wood’s Night of the Ghouls, the subject of the latest episode of the Chop Shop which featured my alter-ego Gerkins alongside Uncle Dead Guy.

A bizarre horror film with an even stranger history.

A bizarre horror film with an even stranger history.

Gerkins with Uncle Dead Guy, a match made in Hell.

Gerkins with Uncle Dead Guy, a match made in Hell.

Lovett Hall is a beautiful structure but it’s walls undoubtedly hold many secrets lost to time; by night certain areas, such as the ballroom and dormitories, are creepy indeed.

Lovett Hall originally opened in the late 1930's.

Lovett Hall originally opened in the late 1930’s.

The songs and audio clips featured in this episode are listed below in chronological order:

1. “Bad Moon Rising” by Creedence Clearwater Revival (Green River, 1969)

2. Day of the Dead Theatrical Trailer, 1985

3. Unknown Song, Unknown Artist

4. Captain Rhodes argues with Dr. Logan from Day of the Dead, 1985

5. “Labyrinth of Dreams” by Nox Aracana (Grimm Tales, 2008)