Archive for the SciFi Category

Make up Artist Jordan Pacheco

Posted in Comic Books, entertainment, Goth, Monsters, movies, music, SciFi, vampires on July 20, 2014 by chrisdsav

On the show tonight at midnight, special effects makeup artist Jordan Pacheco, Pam and I talk about Hemlock Grove, True Blood and the Strain, and The Purge Anarchy, and some interesting new music may be played on the air, by the band Sudden Chillers.
Check out his IMDB for more info on this up and coming artist.

Alien novelizations

Posted in aliens, Books, SciFi on July 16, 2014 by chrisdsav


Alan Dean Foster the author has written more book adaptations of screen plays than any other author I can think of.
We could go thru the list but it would fill so many pages
If you want the full list go here

One set sent to me by Titan Books is the ALIEN books mainly films 1-3 all black with sleek covers, ALIEN is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year. Lots of companies are getting behind the anniversary and their is a new video game coming out in Oct.

Alan works from the original scripts and published the novel before the movie ALIEN came out. Now this is usually done to drum up interest in the film it self.
A lot of the time you get extra cool bits of info the author may make up about the characters to help flesh them out more or its some scene in the script that got cut form the movie it self.
Its rare you see reissues of books based on movies ALIEN happens to be that kind of GREAT franchise to warrant such a treatment.

Last year I got the Graphic Novel of ALIEN re-released to me from Titan books by Archie Goodwin and Walter Simonson. The original festches big bucks on ebay.

Catherine Mary Stewart

Posted in aliens, entertainment, Horror Babes, movies, music, SciFi on June 29, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have actress Catherine Mary Stewart from Night of the Comet and The Last Star Fighter, as well as the morbid comedy Weekend at Berrnies, Everything has a Horror connection lol. I met her at the RI comic Con Last year. She was even on an episode of the Outer Limits, we talk about the new Scream Factory release of Night of the Comet. I will discuss the new Transformer movie Age of Extinction, the return of True Blood, and the trailer for Dracula Untold, which looks really cool, I fly solo tonight as Pam could not make it in. I will play music from the soundtrack of THE FLY.

She is one of my biggest child hood crushes

Dan Kimmel and Roger Kastel

Posted in Books, entertainment, Monsters, movies, SciFi, vampires on June 22, 2014 by chrisdsav

On the show tonight Hugo Nominated author and long time friend of the show DAN KIMMEL. We will be discussing all the genre films these coming months, and Roger Kastel, the painter behind the iconic images of Jaws and The Empire Strikes Back and so many more.
This is very funny as Dan is not a fan of Speilberg’s work and we have a man connected to the directors films on the show as well. Pam and I talk about V Wars, Penny Dreadful, the return of True Blood and end of Game of Thrones.


The Twilight Zone

Posted in aliens, Comic Books, entertainment, Monsters, SciFi, tv on June 19, 2014 by chrisdsav

It’s been 55 years since Rod Sterling gave us one of the most beloved and first anthology tv shows of all time.
This show was ground breaking for its time.

I first encountered it when I was a little kid in the 80’s and didn’t understand half of what I was watching. It was the most bizarre thing I had ever seen at the time. That music can really spook you as well.

Twilight Zone lives on thru a well received comic book series thru Dynamite Entertainment. The dvds of all the episodes can be found on Image Entertainments site. If you don’t want every episode then pick up this essential collection two disk set.

Some of the episodes are
The After Hours, It’s a Good Life, To Serve Man, Nightmare at 20,000 feet, The Living Doll and more.


Mini Horror Reviews

Posted in entertainment, Goth, Horror Babes, Monsters, movies, SciFi, websites on June 3, 2014 by chrisdsav

Way of the Wicked
Vinnie Jones and Christian Slater star in this supernatural thriller. Jones plays a cop and Slater plays a preist who have to solve a bunch of murders after a troubled teen played by Jake Croker, returns to town and Jones Daughter played by Emily Tennant gets involved with him. The teen exhibits psychic kenetic powers which he uses to defend him self. It’s a slow character build supernatural drama. It’s well shoy and not boring. The focus is alot on the kids. The director Kevin Carraway will be on the show soon.
It’s worth checking out if you enjoy these type of films. It’s not the exorcist but it’s not the Devil’s Due.

Worst movie I have seen in years why is the sex more important than the horror in this movie YUCK, This is like SHowgirls for Horror fans.
nuff said

Devil’s Knot
I didn’t know anything about the West Memphis Three till about a year ago when the three suspects were released from Prison. This movie staring Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth is the first movie made since there release. Reese plays the mother of one of the missing boys. Firth is the detective trying to put the peices together and stop a community from putting blame on kids suspected of Devil Worship. Its a great look at a story that gripped the nation back in 1993 and again in 2012 when they were released and found innocent. The killer may still be out there kind of story really resonates with people cuz it makes you wonder where that killer went many years later. The movie also stars Elia Koteas and Stephen Moyer form True Blood.

In the Blood
Ever want a real kick ass movie staring a female and most of them are really lame, or we have to wait till Lucy comes out in August to see what Scarlett Johansson will give us. Well here is a new flick for you.
Gina Carano stars as Ava, a trained fighter with a dark past. When her new husband (Cam Gigandet) vanishes during their Caribbean honeymoon, Ava uncovers a violent underworld of conspiracy in the middle of an island paradise. Armed with a deadly set of skills, Ava sets out to discover the truth – and to take down the men she thinks are responsible for his abduction, one by one. Its reall y good and got some kick ass fight scenes in it.

Roger Corman’s Frankenstein Unbound
So John Hurt goes back in time and uses his futureistic no how to hell Victor Frakenstein create his famous monster.
Yeah sure, only from Roger Corman. I mean come on its not as weird I Frankenstein and I actually kinda of love hate that movie lol. Its sooo bad its good.


Alien toys

Posted in aliens, Monsters, movies, SciFi, Toys on May 21, 2014 by chrisdsav

Re-Action toys has the Alien figures, a great homage to older toys from the 70s. At Toy fair we learned of some new figures coming from them all with that 70s style of toy.
Super7 Store sent me The Alien and Ripley , other figures are Ash, Dallas and Kane. Not sure if they are making the other characters in to toys. They look like the toys Kenner put out for Star Wars. The card the toy sits on also has that feel of old school toys. It be cool if they made the Nostromo ship to go along with them.


Reel Quick: Gojira (1954)

Posted in entertainment, Leominster Movie Theater, Monsters, movies, news, Places, SciFi on May 15, 2014 by chrisdsav


A great little article on GODZILLA I had to share with all of you. The new movie comes out this Friday.
Its playing in Leominster Ma Blackstone Valley in Millbury and IMax in Natick

Originally posted on Hard Ticket to Home Video:


Gojira (1954)


Starring: Akira Takarada, Momoko Kôchi, Akihiko Hirata, Takashi Shimura, Haruo Nakajima

Directed by: Ishirô Honda (Rodan; Mothra Vs. Godzilla; Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster)

Synopsis: So Gojira (a.k.a. Godzilla) is basically chilling in the ocean, minding his own business, when atomic bomb tests annoy the crap out of him. But he uses the radiation he’s absorbed to his advantage, coming up to the surface to beat down some boats. Of course, the humans get their panties in a bunch about it, so he decides to really  teach them a lesson and bust up Japan.


What works: I’ve really only seen bits and pieces of this movie over the years and never really sat down and watched the whole thing in its entirety. What I’m reviewing here is the original, subtitled Japanese version sans-Raymond Burr. I’ve always been a fan of the character Godzilla, but I admit to only seeing most of his movies…

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RIP H.R. Giger

Posted in aliens, Goth, SciFi on May 13, 2014 by chrisdsav

Its a sad day for Alien fans, famed swedish artist H.R. Giger died today he was 74 years old. He desinged much of what we love from the Alien films as well as Species. Image

Giger, who was born in Switzerland in 1940, was renowned for his bizarre, surreal art, mixing technology with organic, sexual with horrific. Giger won an Oscar for “Best Visual Effects” for his design of the Xenomorph in Ridley Scott’s Alien. He recently worked with Scott on 2012′sPrometheus, providing original designs.

Easily recognizable by it’s trademark “biomechanical” style H.R. Giger’s artwork evokes a strong sexual tone and is largely inspired by night terrors that he suffered all his life.
Though it was certainly the terrifying design of the Xenomorph that would catapult him into the mainstream and inspire leagues of designers and artists for decades to come.


Hartford Comic con and Stunt man Chris Carnel

Posted in Comic Books, Convention, Monsters, movies, music, news, Places, radio of horror, SciFi on May 11, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show a rep from the Hartford Comic Con comes on the show to talk about the convention I am a guest at in three weeks. May31-June1st in Hartford Ct.


Then we have stunt man Chris Carnel from My Bloody Valentine 3-D, The Crazies, Captain America The Winter Soldier and Grimm among many other projects he has been a stunt man for on the show right after.

Pam and I talk about the END of Dracula as NBC did not pick it up for a second season but they did renew Marvel’s Agents of Shield over a ABC. We talk about All Cheerleaders Die and Odd Thomas two horror movies we both really enjoyed. In honor of the 20th Anniversary of Hell boy we will play the soundtrack from Hellboy the movie.


Director of The Machine

Posted in Comic Books, entertainment, Horror Babes, movies, SciFi on April 27, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have The Director of The Machine on the show with us. As well as the publisher of Wendigo Comics

Later on I will play a variety of music and talk about The Quiet Ones and the new issue of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Godzilla Retrospective Part 2

Posted in aliens, entertainment, Horror Babes, Monsters, movies, SciFi on April 22, 2014 by chrisdsav

Part 2 of my coverage of the best Godzilla movies leading up to the May release of the new film.


Posted in entertainment, Monsters, movies, SciFi on April 12, 2014 by chrisdsav

Check out the first part of my Godzilla Retrospective. This is the first Godzilla movie to come out in theaters while Radio of Horror is on the air so expect A LOT OF COVERAGE thru out the year. First up Destroy all Monsters (my son’s favorite Godzilla movie) and Godzilla Final War. 


Posted in Horror Babes, Monsters, movies, SciFi with tags , on April 1, 2014 by chrisdsav

Cant wait till GODZILLA in May, how about a giant sea monster movie staring Brian Krause (Leo from Charmed) and the smoking hott Anne McDaniels. Five mins into the thing I was the worst CGI for a MOVIE ever , for a video game it was top notch. Not every film can be a winner. The poster looked cool. What I don’t understand tho is the Dinosaurs in Jurassic Park 21 years ago still hold up today. The performances were ok, the CGI was just bad bad bad. I like Brian tho and hope to have him on the show soon, I was a big fan of his character from Charmed. Cinematography was really good, and that’s where a lot of these sci fi monster movies shine. Just put more effort into the CGI. OR how about NO CGI your making a fucking MONSTER MOVIE go crazy cut a actor or two and spend the money on a rubber monster something real and silly, I would rather have that than BAD CGI.  

A small, secluded island off the coast of Belize suddenly finds itself terrorized by a deadly predator from the planet’s distant past, when deep-sea divers accidentally awaken an ancient evil. Jackson Slate and his team of underwater cave explorers unearth much more than long-lost Mayan treasure while plumbing the depths of a world famous blue hole. They disturb a creature that’s been hibernating for over 60,000 years – a rampaging behemoth of death and destruction not only at sea but also on land.


Director Bert I Gordon take 2

Posted in entertainment, Monsters, movies, music, Places, SciFi, vampires, Video Games with tags , on March 30, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have the Director Bert I Gordon aka Mr.Big we had some problems playing this a few weeks ago but got it fixed now. We will also have the record players working again so hopefully I can get the Tales from the Dark Side music to play correctly and Pam and I talk about The Machine and Bates Motel and From Dusk Till Dawn and other Horror/sci-fi shows. We also talk about our new Youtube channel



Posted in Anime/Manga, Bondage, Books, Comedy, Comic Books, Convention, DC Comics, entertainment, ghosts, Goth, Horror Babes, horror/sci-fi cartoon, Leominster Movie Theater, magazines, Monsters, movies, music, news, Places, radio of horror, Radio Station, SciFi, Theater, Toys, tv, vampires, Video Games, websites, witches, Zombies on March 29, 2014 by chrisdsav

200 followers and 33,000 visitors to this site. Thanks to everyone who has helped and checked out Radio of Horror on 91.3 FM WCUW.

Radio of Horror Channel

Posted in aliens, Anime/Manga, Bondage, Books, Comedy, Comic Books, Convention, DC Comics, entertainment, Found Footage, ghosts, Goth, Horror Babes, horror/sci-fi cartoon, Leominster Movie Theater, magazines, Monsters, movies, music, news, Places, radio of horror, Radio Station, Satan, SciFi, Theater, Toys, tv, vampires, Video Games, websites, witches, Zombies on March 17, 2014 by chrisdsav

We took our interviews and created a channel on you tube to listen to old interviews for an archive we will have 100 posted by June when we go to Terror con stay tuned, for now check us out there, thanks to Pam for setting it up.

Directors Lloyd Kaufman and Bert I Gordon

Posted in entertainment, Monsters, movies, SciFi, Theater on March 16, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we do the classic director thing, Mr.Big and Lloyd are both from the shlock and weird sci fi Horror catagories of film directors. Llyod just did Return to Nuke em High vol 1. Lloyd will also be in Guardians of the Galaxy another actor tho who cant talk about it untill it arrives in theaters. Bert has a new movie coming out something this year.
We also discuss Bates Motel S2, Hannibal S2, and the premier of From Dusk Till Dawn the series.
lk big


Posted in Leominster Movie Theater, movies, SciFi, websites on March 6, 2014 by chrisdsav

I hated this movie here is my review about why 
Still playing in Leominster Ma and Blackstone Valley Cinema 14 in Millbury MA.

Cosplayers, GROOT, and Lindsey style Music

Posted in Comic Books, music, SciFi, vampires, Video Games, websites on February 24, 2014 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show Kelton a cosplayer who has been working on a lot of cool Castlevania stuff is coming on the show tonight to talk about the new Castlevania which arrives this TUESDAY. We also have from Planet X and apearing in the new Gurdians of the Galaxy, GROOT. We will be laying the music from a pair of Lindsey msuic girls one is Lindsey Stirling and the other Lindsey Grace from Lancaster MA, a local girl. Pam and I also talk comics tv and POMPEII.



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