Dee Wallace and Artist Jeremy Saffer

Posted in entertainment, Goth, horror, Horror Babes, magazines, Monsters, tv on November 23, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have Jeremy Saffer a fantastic rock photographer we have known for awhile from Rock and Shock.

His art style can be found in numerous magazines and websites. He has a great portfolio and an amazing eye.

Followed up by the lovely and talented Dee Wallace returns to Radio of Horror from Grimm. You may also know her from ET, Howling, and Rob Zombie’s Halloween and Lords of Salem and The Hills have Eyes and the list goes on and on. I really enjoyed her on Grimm last season as Monroe’s mother and hope she comes back this season.
Pam and I also talk about my time at Super Mega Fest and Catch up on Sleepy Hollow, Constantine, Shield, and The Walking Dead

Below you can find images of Jeremy’s work






Posted in entertainment, horror, Horror Babes, Horror Movies, news on November 22, 2014 by chrisdsav

A new movie staring some of Horror’s best is coming early next year check it out. Robert Englund, Fiona Dourif, Corey Taylor, Angelina Armani and Thomas Dekker


After terrifying audiences from coast to coast – Closing Night Event at ScreamFest 2014 Los Angeles and Opening Night Screening at 2014 New York City Horror Film Festival – Fear Clinic, the latest excursion into unrelenting terror will be released on Blu-ray™ and DVD on February 10, 2015 by Anchor Bay Entertainment. The highly anticipated shocker stars horror icon Robert “Freddy Krueger” Englund, Fiona Dourif, Angelina Armani, Thomas Dekker, as well as Stone Sour and Slipknot lead vocalist Corey Taylor in his acting debut, and is directed by Robert G. Hall (Lightning Bug, Laid to Rest, ChromeSkull: Laid To Rest II).

With blood-chilling special effects by award-winning FX creators Robert Kurtzman and Steve Johnson, Fear Clinic will take viewers on an unforgettable journey into the very soul of terror itself.
Co-written by Hall and Aaron Drane, the film is based on the critically acclaimed and fan favorite 2009 series. When trauma-induced phobias begin to re-emerge in five survivors a year after their horrifying tragedy, they return to the “Fear Clinic,” hoping to find the answers they need to get cured.

Dr. Andover (Robert Englund), a fear doctor who runs the clinic, uses his “Fear Chamber” to animate their fears in the form of terrifying hallucinations. However, the good doctor soon begins to suspect that something more sinister may be at work, something that yearns to be more than just an hallucination…

Comes out this Febuary

RIP Arthur Rankin and Glen Larson

Posted in Cartoons, entertainment, horror/sci-fi cartoon, tv on November 18, 2014 by chrisdsav

This past week we lost Glen Larson creator of many great tv shows including Magnum PI, Quincy, and sci-fi greats like Battlestar Gallactica, Night Rider, and Buck Rogers in the 25th century, and the 6 Million Dollar Man. He may never have touched apon the horror industry as far as I can tell but what he did for sci-fi tv is simply amazing. He died of Cancer this past Friday at the age of 77. His last bit of work was Caprica.

Now you maybe wondering why Arthur Rankin is also listed as ai just found out and several other people heard this as well, he died back in January. The reason its so relevant now is his and Bass work really hits home at this time of year as we enter the Holiday season. He worked on Thundercats and The last Unicorn and The Hobbit animated movies. He stepped into the Horror genre with Mad Monster Party. I didn’t watch that one till I was an adult but the Christmas special Santa is coming to Town is one of my all time favorites.

Both really are a tremendous loss to the industry and both deserve to be remembered for what they did. Their legacies will forever live on as more and more children and adults discover their classic timeless work.



Victoria Price and Super Mega Fest

Posted in Books, Comic Books, Convention, entertainment, Horror Babes, Horror Movies, horror/sci-fi cartoon, Monsters, movies, SciFi on November 17, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show Victoria Price the daughter of the late great Vincent Price, she discusses with us her fathers legacy and more.

Vincent Price is widely regarded as one of the most iconic and beloved horror movie actors in the world. Any fan of classic horror movies knows the name Vincent Price as synonymous with elegance, humor, talent, worldliness, and charm. Throughout his over 60-year movie career, appearing in countless classic horror movies, as well as classic films outside the horror genre, Price established himself as one of the most popular actors–beloved among both his fans and his peers.

We also talk with John one of the heads of Super Mega Fest which is next weekend in Framingham MA. Its at the Sheraton Hotel tickets are on sale now. Check out the awesome line up on the list below

I fly solo tonight as Pam is out sick but will be back next week.


Witchblade the Anime and TV show

Posted in Anime/Manga, Cartoons, Comic Books, entertainment, Goth, horror, Horror Babes, horror/sci-fi cartoon, Monsters, SciFi on November 13, 2014 by chrisdsav

Back before all we had was X-men the movie and Blade we didn’t have the bevy of Comic Book mayhem we have today. No Walking Dead or Arrow. We were two  years away from Smallvile and Spider-man really exploding the media of Superheroes.
In 2000 we got Witchblade the made for TV movie and then two season over the summer on TNT, staring Yancy Butler. The show and movie came out on DVD a few years back and really is worth checking out. It ended on a cliff hanger as do most shows that get canceled before they were suppose too.


It was decent and followed the comic very well and even brought some much needed seriousness to what was at the time a T and A bad joke. The show didn’t have the gauntlet tear Sarah’s clothes apart and Butler actually looked like a NY cop pretty and bad ass. Not the porn star style body Sarah has in the comics.
Unfortunately the show was canceled and rumors are the star was drunk a lot on set. Look it up I’m not a gossip column.

Years went by and we never saw another version until 2006 Funimation the anime company teamed up with Top Cow to produce an anime show set in the future with a new bearer of the  Witchblade. Masane Amaha is a single mother trying to survive in Neo Tokyo and has been chosen as the new bearer of the mystical gauntlet. She ends up working for the owner of the Dojo Group in Japan and has to put a stop to their hay wire Neo Genes cyborgs. Its boobs monsters and bloody good times. I mean LOTS OF BOOBS cleavage and no nudity BTW. Its anime what do you expect ART?? Wait ignore that last part some anime is Art.
This is a decent anime show even if its silly and filled with silly extra characters. The Witchblade feeds off Masane energy and she gets very aroused from killing to the point she is in ecstasy. Watch Frozen the anime show its very similar.


The show is on blu ray and DVD and worth picking up. Its filled with bonus material galore. Including interviews with people who worked on the comic book like Top Cow co creator Mark Silvestri.

The Evil Within

Posted in entertainment, horror, Horror Survival News, Video Games on November 12, 2014 by chrisdsav


This is going to be a short review as I am still playing the game. Note to self never buy a new game in the middle of October YOU WILL NEVER GET A CHANCE TO PLAY IT. Between Halloween, Rock and Shock all the horror stuff to watch, and all the new tv shows when do you have time to. But I digress The Evil Within is one truly horror survival game that lives up to the legacy created by its creator Tango Gameworks head Shinji Mikami.
The creator of Resident Evil. You can see the similar creatures in the Resident Evil games compared to this one. With gruesome monsters and ugly boss battles that makes you very frustrated.

You play as Sebastian Castellanos, a detective called in to investigate a vicious collection of murders at a local mental hospital. You don’t know what is reality and what is a nightmare. They give you very limited ammo and when they do they give limited time to figure out what to do run or fight. Most time you should run and avoid those enemies you can. When you die its frustrating. I am only at level 7 and the chain saw guy fight 2 I hated to death your given no way to beat him if your out of ammo. or health.

When you pre order the game you get a few extras but nothing that will last I used up all the extra stuff with in the first few levels I had them.

The graphics are bloody and gross with bloody violence every where. Enemies don’t give up and will chase you down. You get to save at a weird hospital with a cryptic nurse and also where you spend the green goo you collect like points to give your self upgrades to your brain…..( don’t ask I don’t understand it)

You team up with your partner he helps you and you have to save him sometimes too, The computer plays him.
I suggest it for real true horror fans don’t expect a great plot but expect some real tense moments.
There is also a comic book series from Titan Comics you should check out as well.

Nightbreed guest

Posted in Books, Comic Books, entertainment, Horror Babes, Horror Movies, Video Games on November 10, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show Chris McCorkindale from Nightbreed and Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Nightbreed the Cabal cut just came out from Scream Factory recently. The movie is based on the novel by Clive Barker The Cabal.
Pam and I will talk about Sleepy Hollow the show and the new comic book series from Boom Studios, Big Hero 6, play some music tonight with some great horror tunes. We will talk about the failure of my Dracula project, and a great new documentary we watched called Fantasm. I will also go over the highs and lows of the game The Evil Within, still one of the scariest games I have ever played.



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