Music Tonight

Posted in horror, music with tags , , on April 14, 2019 by chrisdsav

Tonight is a music themed show as my guest cancelled at the last min,

We should have a guest next week for sure. I am going to have music from Prom Night tonight from the new Lp I got at Record Store Day and the music from JL Gods and Monsters.


Batman 80

Posted in Comic Books, entertainment, horror with tags , on April 7, 2019 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have the a Batman esque Celebration with Athena Finger on the show with us the grand daughter of Bill Finger who with Bob Kane 80 years ago created Batman. We will play a little Batman Music and then also later on have music from Pet Sematary as the new film came out in theaters and I have some thoughts on it.



Unsolved Mysteries

Posted in documentary, entertainment, horror with tags , , on April 3, 2019 by chrisdsav


I was flipping thru Amazon Prime looking for something to find and landed on the show that terrified me as a child a show I didn’t understand. A show that filled me with nightmares and more. Robert Stack the voice of Ultra Magnus from Transformers the movie and one of my favorite comedies AIRPLANE was the host of this amazing show. If you or someone you know has that missing piece of the puzzle, maybe you can solve a mystery. NOW Netflix is bringing back Unsolved Mysteries. Strange all the old seasons are on Amazon Prime currently.

The site has a tip line that you can leave a message at and they will send the information to local law enforcement in regards to the mystery in question you can help solve.


Posted in horror, Monsters, movies with tags , , , , on March 31, 2019 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show from the movie Book of Monster a new British  Horror Comedy we have Lyndsey Craine


Followed by music from the 90s monster movie The Relic and music from the wife of last weeks guest Faith and The Muse

Skeletons and Vampires

Posted in Geekbabes, Goth, vampires on March 26, 2019 by chrisdsav

Check out Skeletons in the Closet line of amazing clothes and more on her etsy page. If you were at Daughters of Darkness in Salem Saturday you may have caught her booth.

A line of clothing from goth to punk. Dresses ties bags gloves and more. All hand made by the owner. You can email her at facebook link or find her in Instagram.


The owener will be my professional plus one Saturday for Blood and Fashion the amazing Dracula Silent play and fashion show in Dorchester Ma at The Strand Theater.

Vampires, Comics, and Music

Posted in Comic Books, Goth, horror, music, vampires with tags , , , , on March 24, 2019 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have a returning guest to the air waves we have not had on in a decade. Comic Book Writer Steve Niles is on the show with us from 30 Days of Night and Delta 13 and The October Faction. We will also be playing the music from a friend of the show Fred Mollin’s Forever Knight soundtrack. We will also be discussing an event coming up in Salem A Vampire Ball by the business Vamp Fangs.


The Crow Hack/Slash

Posted in Comic Books, Geekbabes, Goth, horror, Horror Babes with tags , , on March 21, 2019 by chrisdsav
Cassie Hack, the Killer of Undead Killers,
Sets Her Sights on The Crow!
The Crow: Hack/Slash Brings You the Bloodiest Face-Off in Comics,
Courtesy of Tim Seeley, Jim Terry, and IDW Publishing

SAN DIEGO, CA (March 18, 2019) – Hack/Slash creator Tim Seeley brings his singular vision of horror – and his unique version of the “Final Girl” – to IDW in The Crow: Hack/Slash, a comic book crossover debuting in June. Illustrated by Tim Seeley with inks by returning Crow artist Jim Terry, this four-issue miniseries sees fan-favorite femme fatale Cassie Hack on the trailer of an all-new Crow… one unlike any that fans have seen before!

In The Crow: Hack/Slash #1, a soul is brought back… but something is terribly wrong! The resurrected Angeles Cero won’t stop killing on a quest for revenge, and the bodies are piling up. Now, slasher hunter Cassie Hack and her monstrous partner Vlad are on the trail of the Crow Killer, wrongly believing themselves in pursuit of a masked murderer they’ve hunted for years.

The Crow defined me as a fan of the comics medium, but also introduced me to a whole world of music and fashion that I’d never had access to before – one that completely fit the attitude my teenage brain was desperately looking for,” says Tim Seeley. “It introduced me to the idea that comics could tell dark and personal stories full of pain and beauty. No doubt about it – without O’Barr’s original The Crow, there would never have been a Hack/Slash. Mixing Cassie, Vlad, and The Crow has been in the making for 25 years, and my buddy Jim Terry and I cannot wait to unleash it on the world.”

Jim Terry says, “O’Barr’s The Crow was a turning point for me – his book brought me to indie comics and blew the doors off what I thought a comic could be. Years later, I’d become friends with James and eventually work on The Crow: Skinning the Wolves. It was my first published work and still among the best things I’ve done, and now I get to work in this universe again with my pal Tim Seeley. He’s a clever writer and a gifted storyteller, so I’m excited to take this ride and push some artistic limits!”

Issue #1 will feature a regular cover by Tim Seeley, with a variant edition by Rebekah A. Isaacs (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and a special “inked” variant by Seeley.