Monthly Archives: July 2017

Necrocasticon Volume 3 Chapter 11

Welcome to Volume 3 chapter 11 of The Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends horror and heavy metal properties with a common connection. This is a very special edition of The Necrocasticon, kids and one you don’t want to miss!

This time around, your host, fledgling horror writer and veteran podcaster Tom Clark, is coming to you LIVE from Scares That Care in Williamsburg, Virginia, and with him is NOT our usual band of metal & horror experts at Project Entertainment Network, oh, no. Alas, Mr. Scott, Smoking Walt Ball and Bob Overlord of Yonkers, er ? we mean Azriel Mordecai, weren’t able to make the trip to Virginia with Tom, however we do have a few excellent replacements for this somewhat live show.

Elizabeth Gray, the Head Hauntress at the Archivists Bet on Sexy Witches podcast, future comic book legend and Eisner & Harvey nominated jack of trades in the comic book industry, not to mention Iron Maiden’s biggest fan, Rachel Autumn Deering. And finally, a former guest on the Necrocasticon, our own personal Jason Statham, author Mike Duke!

Tom and the celebrity fill in panel revisited some classic territory from earlier chapters of the Necrocasticon, diving into Cyber Horror and its music. From Richard Stanley’s Hardware to Al Jorgeson and Ministry, to Iron Maiden Somewhere In Time, we’re going to scare you with technology, and make some music with it while we’re at it.

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The Invisible Man | Monster Attack Ep.78

“Can you see me, now? Can you see me, now?” No, it’s not some guy with a cell phone. It’s Universal’s 1933 classic, “The Invisible Man,” starring Claude Rains, Gloria Stuart and directed by James Whale. A scientist slowly descends into madness after discovering a formula that turns him invisible. It’s all ahead on this episode of “Monster Attack!”

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Matters of Faith Podcast Ep 25: More Than A Crutch

Jay Wilburn takes listener questions about whether he uses faith as a crutch, how he feels about different denominations, how he views the book of Revelation as an apocalyptic writer, why he writes horror instead of Christian writing, and more. Feel free to send more questions to MattersOfFaith@JayWilburn.com

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Arm Cast Podcast: Episode 164 – Massey

M.D. Massey joins Armand Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast host Armand Rosamilia for a chat. 

M.D. was reading classics like Homer’s The Odyssey by the time he hit the third grade; then he discovered Tolkien, Asimov, and Bradbury, and it was all downhill from there. The Hobbit was pretty much his gateway drug, which led to a life spent reading every sci-fi and fantasy book he could get his hands on.

He currently lives in the Hill Country near Austin, Texas, which is where much of his fiction is set. Most days you can find M.D. in a local coffee shop or in his office working on his next book, or in his garage pummeling inanimate objects.

This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing

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Questions Questions Who's Asking Questions? — InkStains Ep 26

Join host John Urbancik discusses writing and photography and art and creativity. This week, he discusses questions writers must ask, and doesn’t limit his discussion to just the 5 W’s. Readings include the final scenes of a summer blockbuster, a story of Midnight, the City of Night, and a piece about constellations.

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The Mando Method Podcast: Episode 46 – Pen Names

Using a pen name.

Should an author do it? What are the pros and cons of not using your real name as an author? The Mando Method Podcast co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda sort it all out with their own experiences and what they’ve seen with their own two eyes. 

Perhaps someday they’ll collaborate as Armand Buda or Chuck Rosamilia and no one will ever know it was them.

This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing

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GEORGE ROMERO REMEMBRANCE – The Horror Show with Brian Keene – Ep 125

Actor Matt Blazi joins Brian and Dave in studio for a remembrance and career retrospective of George Romero, and shares stories of his friendship with the great director and what it was like to go from fan to working with him on the set. Brian and Dave also offer tributes, and present other tributes from some of the biggest names in horror, and discuss at least one confirmed posthumous Romero release. Plus — a remembrance of Dave Z, the Frank Darabont and AMC war heats up, the latest on the FRIDAY THE 13TH lawsuit, Christopher Teague closes Pendragon Press, the 2016 Shirley Jackson Award winners, the 2017 British Fantasy Award nominees, the latest on Bryan Smith and Trent Hagga’s 68 KILL, Rio Youers’ THE FORGOTTEN GIRL, and Kelli Owen brings back the Buttercup.   

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