I’m joined by Mark Dawidziak, author of The Night Stalker Companion to discuss Kolchak The Night Stalker. Mark has a new book about Edgar Allen Poe as well as The Shawshank Redemption. We discuss these as prelude to our main topic: Kolchak. Mark is the world’s leading authority on the subject and it’s our privilege to have him with us for today’s episode.
It’s the 60th anniversary of The Twilight Zone’s THE HOWLING MAN episode. Penned by the brilliant Charles Beaumont, it furnishes a stellar example of what the series offered. I’m joined by my friend, Patricia, as we survey the appearance of The Devil throughout The Twilight Zone. I’m also joined by returning guest, Jason V Brock, for a deeper dive into Beaumont and The Howling Man. This episode was a long time coming. Warmest wishes for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and a bright New Year!
In this direct sequel to the first Kolchak telefilm, a victim of the Las Vegas vampire journeys to Los Angeles and begins a new cycle of feeding — only Kolchak will recognize the pattern of vampirism. LISTEN IN…
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Summertime. It’s a great time to get away. We take a virtual vacation by going hunting in the Scottish highlands with Netflix’s CALIBRE (2018). It’s a tale of a holiday gone wrong and we give you a spoiler-free overview in this edition of TV TERROR.
From the producers who gave us Tales from the Darkside came an equally ghoulish television show called MONSTERS, a half-hour monster-of-the-week creature feature that is sure to awaken the beastie in you. Join us.
A family in Enfield, England are terrorized by a Poltergeist, provoking one of the most famous paranormal investigations in history. Timothy Spall and Eleanor Worthington-Cox star in this frightening miniseries from 2015.
It’s an amazing thing when our favorite TV characters walk off the small screen and onto the pages of a good book. Sometimes a novel forms the basis of a television production. Other times, a show is so popular that it expands its territory to the printed domain. Either way, it’s a win-win TV TERROR tie-in. Join the club and join our community for an epic discussion about YOUR favorite TV TERROR reads.
In the 1970 episode, “Scrooge Gets An Oscar,” from The Odd Couple’s first season, we get a hilarious take on the world’s most famous ghost story. I’m joined by special friends, Anthony D. P. Mann and Barry Yuen for some fun banter about everyone’s favorite mispaired friends. Look for Anthony D.P. Mann’s own A CHRISTMAS CAROL audio production, now available from Bleak December and Brilliance Audio!
DARK NIGHT OF THE SCARECROW ranks as a high watermark for the horror genre, not just in television, but in any medium. Directed by Frank DeFelitta (Audrey Rose, The Entity) from the script by J.D. Feigelson and starring Larry Drake and Charles Durning, it’s a terrifying exercise in otherworldly justice.