I’ve (finally) updated my podcast list 🙂
First, I’ve added the homepage for each podcast, and I’ve also highlighted the shows that are on hiatus. Even better, I’ve started adding new shows, like The Podcast on Haunted Hill, and will add more podcasts in the next few weeks.
So for a super-convenient way to access your favorite podcasts, scroll down for the latest and greatest!
‘Latest Podcasts’ masthead image: Forest path by Kerstin Herrmann | Pixabay Source | CC 3.0
The Terror Troop podcast introduces a new streamlined format with episode 131, a no-holds-barred interview with award-winning actor/director Samantha Mack!
Warning: Many of the links in this article are NSFW!
With episode 131 of Terror Troop, host Boss Butcher introduces a new line of special episodes where he dedicates 100 percent of the show to one topic. In this inaugural offering, Wild Man Willis and Boss B hold court with the gorgeous and talented Samantha Mack!
Whether you’re a writer with a haunted house story in mind, or you’re just looking for some cool stuff to read or watch, this is must-listen podcasting!
In episode 121 of Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy, host David Barr Kirtley is joined by fellow authors Lauren Beukes, John Langan, and Grady Hendrix for a roundtable discussion of haunted houses in film and literature.
They talk about how it’s treated (and mistreated) in popular culture, and also how they’ve incorporated haunted places into some of their stories. Continue reading
Ghosts, American vampire scares, 18th-century psychic teens, and Ouija boards! Here are three episodes from ‘The Dollop’ podcast that will make your Hallowe’en a lot more awesome!
Okay, first, a warning: don’t listen to this podcast while attending, say, a funeral or operating, say, a chainsaw. Throughout each episode, you will experience multiple bouts of spontaneous and uncontrollable laughter that, in the former situation, will probably get you dis-invited from any upcoming funerals, and in the latter, will probably mean, well, a closed casket for you. Continue reading
Co-hosts Joseph, Justin, Nathan and Erik return from their extended hiatus for this special Halloween episode of the ‘Hysteria Continues’ podcast, as they travel almost 20 years into the past to unearth the celluloid abomination that was Halloween 6! Of course, these guys are all horror genre aficionados, so you can expect plenty of strong opinions and awesome behind-the-scenes info about the film. Continue reading
The gang at WHM don’t really hate movies, in fact, they love them. However, some movies really test that love. Case in point: the 1998 Jennifer Love Hewitt / Freddie Prinze Jr. vehicle, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer. Costing 25 million dollars (or, as I like to put it, a quarter-of-a-hundred million freakin’ dollars), it grossed a respectable 84 million, proving that film reviewers aren’t always right. Continue reading
I’m just updating my ‘Latest Podcasts’ list (down and to the right) to make it less unwieldy (umm, more wieldy?). Over the next few weeks, I’ll also be adding some great new podcasts for you to enjoy, so keep checking in 🙂
image: Work horses on a farm by Nancy Buron | Source | public domain image
Scroll down to see the latest episodes of my favourite podcasts!
I’ve added new episodes for:
GENERAL INTEREST: 99 Percent Invisible, Airline Pilot Guy, Nature podcast
WRITING and PUBLISHING: Dead Robots’ Society, Grammar Girl, HPPodcraft, Mur Lafferty, Writing Excuses
FILM and POP CULTURE: 100 Years of Horror, Attack of the Killer Podcast, Cinema Beef Podcast, Corpse Cast, Creepersin Cast, Creepy Kitch, The Cutting Room, Dead on Demand, Drunken Zombie podcasting network, Giallo! Ciao! Ciao!, Horror Etc., Horror Movie Podcast, The Hysteria Continues, Krueger Nation, Motion Picture Massacre, Movie Podcast Weekly, Night of the Living Podcast, ScreamQueenz, and Terror Troop!!
‘Latest Podcasts’ masthead image: Forest path by Kerstin Herrmann | Source | CC
Roman Mars, host of the 99 Percent Invisible podcast, always has interesting stories on his show. This one, produced by the Radio Diaries podcast, left me gob-smacked. In the summer of 1945, a B-25 bomber flown by an experienced pilot was traveling from Massachusetts to New York City. It was a routine charter flight, carrying a few servicemen as passengers. The fog had been constant but manageable for most of the trip. However, as they approached their destination, the fog began to thicken, reducing their visibility to zero. The pilot requested landing clearance, but La Guardia Airport denied his request. Ignoring warnings from the traffic controllers, he began his descent anyway. After a moment, the clouds broke slightly, and he found himself flying among the skyscrapers of New York City! At the same time, a 19-year-old woman named Betty Lou Oliver was working on the 79th floor of the Empire State Building. An elevator operator, she was waiting at her station post for the next group of passengers to convey between floors. Suddenly, there was a muffled explosion, and her elevator car shuddered horribly. What happened next was both a nightmare and a miracle…
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Download this episode of 99 Percent Invisible here. You can also find this and other 99PI episodes on iTunes and via RSS. You can subscribe to Radio Diaries on iTunes or through their home page. [Running time: 17 minutes] ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ images:
99% Invisible masthead background: View of apartment building exterior by Christiaan Triebert | Source | CC
North American B-25D Mitchell “Yankee, image taken by D. Miller | Source | CC
Empire State Building on fire after being rammed by a B-25 bomber – July 28, 1945, scanned by Adam Rifkin | Source | CC
When Phantom Erik isn’t co-hosting the peerless podcast, Giallo Ciao! Ciao! with fellow-Renaissance man Creep Creepersin, he’s taking listeners on a fascinating tour of filmic fear with his 100 Years of Horror podcast! In episode 77, Erik and his posthumous pal Lester Reaper take an apprehensive look back at the previous nine episodes of 100YoH, covering the dread-infused decade that was—the ’80s.
Then they tear open the doors on The Cellar, a creepy little movie from 1989 about a boy who discovers an evil Comanche ghost in the cellar of his family home, and then has to stop the ancient spirit from fulfilling his dastardly plans! Erik and Lester are also joined by a mysssterrrry gueeesssst for a discussion of that most well-worn of horror film tropes, American Indian burial grounds and ancient curses!
Once you’ve listened to this episode, check out Erik’s previous shows covering eighties horror:
Spiritual terror: The Serpent & the Rainbow (1988) | The Believers (1987)
Lovecraftian horror: From Beyond (1986)
Horror anthologies: Cat’s Eye (1985)
Nature horror: Razorback (1984)
Body Horror: Videodrome (1983)
Obsessive stalkers: The Last Horror Film (1982)
Slashers (in two parts): The Prowler (1981) | Slasher Special!
You can find episode 77 on Erik’s website, and all of the 100YoH episodes on iTunes and Stitcher Radio.
[Running time: 51 minutes]
100 Years of Horror masthead background: skull close-up, by J. D. Hancock | Source | CC