Month: May 2018

Wicked Horror Show presents actor Yan Birch

We welcome back Yan Birch from The People Under the Stairs and the upcoming Sky Sharks

On this episode of the WIcked Horror show, we talk with Yan Birch! Actor,Producer,Musician best known as The Stairmaster in The People Under The Stairs, Bless The Child, Charmed;

In 1991, Yan got a major part in Wes Craven’s cult horror film The People Under the Stairs (1991), as “The Stairmaster.” While his love for the fun of working on Horror and Science Fiction films took him on a road through the underground, his acting ability landed him the steadier roles in two popular network daytime soaps “Santa Barbara” (1984) and “The Young and the Restless” (1973). Yan capitalized on his Swedish good looks, and his menacing appearance, playing both a sensitive health club owner and a mobster, while working to better his craft in this different media.

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Episode 43: Nintendo (Part 1)

Join us as we stumble through a conversation about the original Nintendo Entertainment System. Special guest: Kevin Crook.

Episode 065 – Partys Over! You’ve Got The Bite!

You know what they are saying about us don’t you? We’ve gone funny in the head! A bunch of real bloody weirdos! Well, step right up you greebo bastards! This episodes the one with the donkey and the chambermaid! We’ve got Dettol on ice, guaranteed cranial blowouts and we’re kicking ass for the lord! Do you want the syringe or would you rather sniff? Party’s over. Click play. Stay Strange! Dig what we do? Find us entertaining? Hit the Subscribe button. Leave a review. Tell your friends. Find us on IG @thatstrangeshow | facebook.com/thatstrangeshow | thatstrangeshow@gmail.com – Support our Friends. Tell ’em we sent ya! www.ratknife.com www.evergoodmerch.com www.lamodemens.com www.deadonarrivalblog.com www.rockandshock.com www.squareup.com/store/horror-melts www.shopbraindeadcustoms.bigcartel.com www.mixederamedia.bigcartel.com www.madzproductions.com/index.html

Wicked Horror Show Presents Dylan Reynolds, Vanessa Rose Parker & Stacey Danger talk about 420 Massacre

Dylan Reynolds, Vanessa Rose Parker & Stacey Danger talk about 420 Massacre

On this episode we talk with Dylan Reynolds, Vanessa Rose Parker and Stacey Danger about their new movie 4/20 Massacre available NOW on VOD & DVD!

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That Strange Show – Episode 064 – No ‘stinctions!

Need a place to kick your feet up and rest your weary head for the night? We know of a spot off the beaten path called the Starlight Hotel. There no one will find, i mean, bother you. While in the hands of Judd – the quirky keeper – you’ll feel right at home. On this episode we’re talking Tobe Hoopers “Eaten Alive” – so enjoy the swamplands with us as we navigate this 70s horror film.. Make sure you bring your tasty friends along. Dig what we do? Find us entertaining? Hit the Subscribe button. Leave a review. Tell your friends. Find us on IG @thatstrangeshow | facebook.com/thatstrangeshow | thatstrangeshow@gmail.com – Support our Friends. Tell ’em we sent ya! www.ratknife.com www.evergoodmerch.com www.lamodemens.com www.deadonarrivalblog.com www.rockandshock.com www.squareup.com/store/horror-melts www.shopbraindeadcustoms.bigcartel.com www.mixederamedia.bigcartel.com www.madzproductions.com/index.html

Wicked Horror Show Presents Sadie Katz

Sadie Katz talking Party Bus to Hell & The Bill Murray Experience

Sadie Katz joins us on the Wicked Horror Show to talk about her recent projects including Party Bus to Hell, The Bill Murray Experience and the upcoming Max Cerchi movie Mayday!

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You may know Sadie Katz from such horror movies as Wrong Turn 6, Blood Feast, House of Bad and recently on Lifetime in The Haunting of Deanna Simpson. Sadie has worked alongside Caroline Williams, a previous guest on the Wicked Horror Show, Danny Trejo in Chavez:: Cage of Glory.

When a party bus on its way to Burning Man filled with a bunch of sexy young adults breaks down in the desert and in the middle of a group of Satanic worshippers, all hell literally breaks loose. A massacre leaves seven survivors trapped on the bus, fighting for their lives while wondering if someone or someones are not what they seem.

Episode 42: Bruce Lee

This episode is late because Gark thought he’d send it out a week earlier than usual and screwed up our schedule. Good going Gark.

He didn’t make many movies, but Bruce Lee is still a fan favorite. Listen as we talk about the legend with varying degrees of interest.

Episode 063 – Always Check Your Candy!

Tonight is all about respecting the dead because on this episode the dead and all sorts of other things roam free – and they paid us a visit. Werewolves, zombies and demons of every variety. They’ve all descended on us. There are a few guidelines all ghosts and goblins should follow. Always listen in – cause, tonight we’re talking Trick ‘r Treat! Stay Strange! Dig what we do? Find us entertaining? Hit the Subscribe button. Leave a review. Tell your friends. Find us on IG @thatstrangeshow | facebook.com/thatstrangeshow | thatstrangeshow@gmail.com – Support our Friends. Tell ’em we sent ya! www.ratknife.com www.evergoodmerch.com www.lamodemens.com www.deadonarrivalblog.com www.rockandshock.com www.squareup.com/store/horror-melts www.shopbraindeadcustoms.bigcartel.com www.mixederamedia.bigcartel.com www.madzproductions.com/index.html

Wicked Horror Show Presents Jim Wynorski

Jim Wynorski Interview on the Wicked Horror Show

Director of Chopping Mall, Gila, The Lost Empire and more. Indie film icon, Jim Wynorski joins us LIVE on The Dorkening.

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A 25-year veteran in the Hollywood exploitation field, writer/producer/director Jim Wynorski is responsible for over 150 varied motion pictures in a myriad of genres. Leaving behind a successful commercial business in New York, Wynorski relocated to California in 1980 and soon found himself on the doorstep of his childhood idol, B-film king Roger Corman. “The rest was destiny,” recounts Wynorski, who soon found himself hired by the renowned movie mogul to cut “coming attractions” for all of the company’s new action and horror films. “It was like grasshopper learning from the kung-fu master,” says Wynorski, who claims his six-months internship with Corman taught him more than four years at film school.

“It wasn’t long after that Corman offered me the first of many writing/directing assignments. Some distributor wanted a flick about a killer in a shopping mall,” recalls Wynorski, “and Roger trusted me enough to say ‘come up with something good, and you can direct it.” Well, a couple days later, the director walked in with the first treatment to a film called Chopping Mall (1986), and the rest was history. From then on, Jim Wynorski turned out an average of three to five films a year as a director, and even more as a producer/writer. Throughout the 1980s came a steady stream of wild exploitation titles like Big Bad Mama II (1987) with Angie Dickinson, Not of This Earth (1988) with Traci Lords and The Return of Swamp Thing (1989) with Heather Locklear. On into the 1990s, Wynorski continued to climb to the top of the B-Film mountain with flicks like Hard Bounty (1995) starring Kelly LeBrock, Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III (1994) & Body Chemistry 4: Full Exposure (1995) with Shannon Tweed and Morgan Fairchild and Munchie (1992), which featured the first film appearance of the then-unknown 12-year-old child actress Jennifer Love Hewitt.

As the years peeled by and tastes changed, Jim Wynorski kept hip by innovating new special effects techniques that landed the director no less than seven world premieres on the Sci-Fi Channel. His credits there include films like Gargoyle (2004), The Curse of the Komodo (2004), Project Viper and Cry of the Winged Serpent (2007).

As for the future, the 59-year-old Wynorski feels the audience for alternative cinema made away from the studio system will continue to grow thanks to new advances in Internet and Cable technologies. In fact, he is in post-production on another thriller, Vampire in Vegas (2009). “And you can bet I’ll be there,” he offers with a big smile, “with some really fun stuff.” Jim has a huge following in the MidWest and is beloved in Franklin, Indiana, Home of The B Movie Celebration.