Neon Genesis Evangelion

Posted in Anime/Manga, Cartoons, robots, sci-fi on February 8, 2016 by chrisdsav


At my local Bestbuy I learned Neon Genesis Evangelion 3.33 had been released on blu ray and I had to obtain the next chapter in the enhanced anime series. First though  I thought I share with you a memory flash back.

I was going thru my local flea market in Charlton MA back in 2004 and on a table were the first 6 vol of an anime show I had only seen commercials for and heard very little about. I decided to take a chance after several conversations with other anime fans who told me I was missing out.
I snatched up all 6 after making a deal with the vendor, and it exposed me to the most adult giant robot show of all time. I hunted down the other remaining vol to finish the show. I never got into the manga in which its based on.

3 young pilots living in post apocalyptic  Japan pilot  giant robots called Eva to defend their country against  demonic looking creatures with so much mystery  and intriguing  plot points you can see why it’s such a beloved show. The main character Shinji  lives in this harem style plot line in his apartment where he is the only male living with three gorgeous woman two teenage girls snd his handler. All the while his father is the head of the Eva program and is as much a  father figure as Darth Vader was.

The reason I bring it up on Radio of Horror is its the darkest anime sci fi show I have ever watched. Yes there is horror shows and Demon rape shows like hentai. But look at the over all flowing stpry narative of this one snd really get a sence of a foreboding snd Sinister plot.

Now recently the show has been released in these movie formats sets called 1.11 2.22 and 3.33. They condense the shows bigger plot points into movies that might be easier for the average viewer to handel.
This is enhanced by superior  animation and graphic touch up with CGI  being used to enhance the special effects.

3.33 You can not redo Is the newest Editon out now and if you never watched the show or were very confused by it’s story telling I recommend this set.


Posted in aliens, sci-fi on February 7, 2016 by chrisdsav

sf40mug_actualTonight on the show we have the man behind one of the longest running film festivals in movie history the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival, Garen Daly. Some of the moves they will be showing is They Live and Invasion of the Pod People.

Then from the Fet  Flea we have Leah to talk to us about what dark sides of sexually bdsm you can have next weekend in RI.


Dr.Chris Record Spotlight: Carmilla A Vampire Tale

Posted in entertainment, Horror Babes, music, Theater, vampires, vinyl on February 4, 2016 by chrisdsav

Kind of an odd one in my collection  as I’m not a big fan of plays or musicals. I say this regardless of the fact I was just in Mrs. Hawking two weeks ago directed by Phoebe Roberts. Maybe my attitude  has changed toward them over the years as I have gotten older. I have seen Young Frankenstein, The Addams Family and Rock of Ages the musicals and loved them all. I even tried to make a fan play based on one of my favorite  TV shows of all time, Supernatural.


The story of Carmilla is fitting as its February  and Valentines is coming up and I don’t own the soundtracks to My Bloody Valentine or Valentine.

Carmilla is a Gothic novella by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu and one of the early works of vampire fiction, predating Bram Stoker’s Dracula by 26 years. It is the first lesbian Vampire stpry written. First published as a serial in The Dark Blue (1871–72), the story is narrated by a young woman preyed upon by a female vampire named Carmilla, later revealed to be Mircalla, Countess Karnstein (Carmilla is an anagram of Mircalla). The story is often anthologized and has been adapted many times in different ways. I am a big fan of her apearence in the Castlevania video games.

 A chamber opera version of Carmilla appeared in Carmilla: A Vampire Tale(1970), music by Ben Johnston, script by Wilford Leach. Seated on a sofa, Laura and Carmilla recount the story retrospectively.

Here is a great article by the NY times circa 1986 discussing the play which I have never seen. All my vinyl reviews up till now have been about movies I have seen. This is the first soundtrack in my collection  based on a play.

It’s a different kind of music than what I’m use too Ben Johnston mixes opera with Gothic melody to create a story that is deep into the original narative. The record it self has a pretty piece of art work on the front and a black and white pictures from the stage performance on the back with a bio about the play. Other than that there is not much else.

If you love vampires and want to check out the original female blood sucker then hunt down a copy of this album.


Deana Demko and a short film

Posted in actors, horror, Horror Babes, Interviews on January 31, 2016 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have Deana Demko on the show for a brief interview, then the rest of the night is music as I will be involved with a short film which is being filmed at WCUW The Radio Station. We will have some great music during the night from various horror films.


New Tarot Kickstarter

Posted in Adult, Comic Books, news, witches on January 28, 2016 by chrisdsav

Broadsword comics has a new Kickstarter up that you can help go fund now.

A full cards featuring art by Jim Balent from his Tarot Witch of the Black Rose comics on every card. Many great perks to choose from 20-1000$$ to help the campaign.

Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose a Deck of Cards for Dealing and other fun games.

For more information check out the link above?

Female Cosplayers and Artist

Posted in Art, Comic Books, Cosplay, Model on January 24, 2016 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have an artist I met at Arisia, Iseta Solaris she will be on with us to talk comics and cosplay and her wicked cool art style. Then we have Cosplayer Katie Coe who we me at the Hartford Comic Con. The music tonight will be in honor of David Bowie from his new album as well as some from the new Megadeath album. Plus some more surprises.



Mike Mignola’s Big Book

Posted in Art, Books, Comic Books on January 20, 2016 by chrisdsav

Ever seen the Artist rendition of the comics IDW Marvel and other companies put out. They look amazing. From Hellboy creator Mike Mignola.

San Diego, CA (January 20, 2016) – This June, IDW Publishing welcomes Mike Mignola back to its publishing slate with an all-new Artist’s Edition featuring the legendary creator’s Eisner Award-winning story, The Amazing Screw-On Head. This second Artist’s Edition featuring Mignola’s iconic work will collect the entire one-shot story by Mignola, as well as additional tales from the Screw-On Head collection. The hefty tome will be rounded out by a rich gallery of beautiful Mignola illustrations.

“I consider the stories collected in the Amazing 

Screw-On Head and Other Curious Objects

 to be the best work I’ve done in comics—certainly they are my favorite—so I’m thrilled to see them getting the IDW Artist’s Edition treatment,” said Mignola.

Squaring off against the likes of Emperor Zombie and Dr. Snap, The Amazing Screw-On Head is a quintessential Mignola tale. Fans of Mignola’s Hellboy can eagerly add this essential masterpiece to their collection which was a natural choice to receive its own Artist’s Edition.

As with all of IDW’s pioneering Artist’s Editions, Mike Mignola’s Amazing Screw-On Head Artist’s Edition showcases the original art scanned in full color at the size it was originally drawn at. Mignola’s rich, layered ink work is truly a sight to behold, as anyone who has read the Hellboy in Hell Artist’s Edition can attest.

The 144-page Artist’s Edition measures at 12” x 17,” and will be available through IDW and your local comic shop beginning this June.


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