Archive for April, 2016

Geek Porn

Posted in Art, authors, Comic Books, entertainment, Interviews, news, radio of horror, Radio Station, websites with tags , , on April 27, 2016 by chrisdsav

Check out an interview done about me I usually do the interviewing but now I am the one on the other side of the microphone

Are you into some geeky horror? “Dr.Chris Radio of Horror” the right Radio Show for you

Ecto Cooler

Posted in 80s, food, ghosts, movies, news, Uncategorized with tags , on April 25, 2016 by chrisdsav

It’s back check it out you can purchase it on May 30th .

“Hi-C Ecto Cooler fueled a pop culture phenomenon that is well remembered and beloved by fans to this day” said Charles Torrey, Vice President, Minute Maid/Hi-C Brands, Coca-Cola North America. “Sony Pictures was extremely enthusiastic about bringing it back for this special occasion, and the timing of the upcoming Ghostbusters film made this the exact right time.”

Hi-C Ghostbusters Ecto Cooler 2016
Fans who can’t wait to get their hands on Hi-C Ecto Cooler until May 30 can enter for a chance to win it before it is available for purchase. To enter and learn more about the Sweepstakes, fans can follow @Ectocooler on Twitter and Ecto Cooler on Facebook. Visit: to read official Hi-C Social Sweepstakes rules and entry details.


Post Pax East

Posted in Radio Station, Video Games on April 25, 2016 by chrisdsav

No Show tonight, I am exhausted  from the convention.  Please check out my face book page here on the site to the right where you can find a link and watch videos from Pax East 2016.

Unearthed & Untold The path to Pet Sematary pre order

Posted in 80s, Books, documentary, DVD, news with tags , , on April 21, 2016 by chrisdsav

One of the best documentary to come out in years is finally avail able for pre-order check out the information below also for more information make surer you check out my interview with the people behind it.



Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

Posted in death, Demons, Monsters, news, Video Games with tags , , on April 18, 2016 by chrisdsav

Ill be honest I had no idea this was coming out last year. The kick starter ended but you can still pro order a copy of the game. It had the highest grossing kick starter campaign for a video game ever. From the creator of the original Castlevania comes Blood Stained. Check out the link below.


The VGO and Pax East

Posted in Conventions, music, Video Games with tags , , on April 17, 2016 by chrisdsav

On the show tonight I have the conductor for the Video Symphony Orchestra with me Shota Nakama. He will be attending Pax East Next weekend as will I doing live video coverage for my facebook page.

I will also be playing a mix of Video Game music tonight and music from my Record Store Day haul.


Dr.Chris Record Spotlight : Record Store Day

Posted in Cartoons, music, vampires, vinyl on April 16, 2016 by chrisdsav

Started back in 2012 to help generate interest in the classic music on a format which had all but disappeared  a decade ago. Over the the last 6 years vinyl has made a resurgence in the market and it’s booking. This is great for stores which have lost much profit to the Internet and physical  media has taken a back door to digital  downloads.
I stopped by That’s Entertainment  in Worcester  MA and Joe’s Albums. PETE the curator of all that is music in the store I been buying my comic books since I was 16 was in charge of today’s events .
The vinyl can be expensive or at just the right price I thought I share some of what I picked up today.




Composed by James Bernard for the 1922 original unauthorized  adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Performed by the City Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. Such an eerie score to a company one of the first Vampire movies. Wax Works Records recently put out a soundtrack to the 1970’s remake recently. We will be doing a spotlight on that one soon.



Disney the Silly Symphony Collection
The Skeleton Dance is a cute little song from Disney dating back to 1929. (Notice the theme here) written by Carl Stalling. It startled critics years ago giving them a Fright by its animation and kicked off the Silly Symphony going from 29-39.


How To Train Your Dragon.
An Academy  Award nominated  score by John Powell it really fits the the type of movie this is about a boy and his Dragon in a viking village gripped by Xenophobia  over the destruction  Dragons cause.


I also picked up Carl Douglas Kung Fu Fighting. I couldn’t help my self.


Posted in Godzilla, Japan, Kaiju, Monsters, music, news, SciFi with tags , , on April 13, 2016 by chrisdsav

Toho Studios in Japan has released the first trailer for Godzilla Resurgence today. It looks really bad ass

In some sad news the composer for Godzilla Final Wars Keith Emerson passed away last month, he had suffered depression and it may have been a gun shot wound to the head.

Spring Mini Reviews

Posted in aliens, Horror Movies, Monsters, Reviews, sci-fi, SciFi, slasher, thriller, Zombies with tags , , on April 12, 2016 by chrisdsav

We cover more movies with tiny review than bigger ones in one post, well have more in-depth coverage if you tune in to the the show on 91. 3 fm wcuw



Wow what a great movie it just came out on Friday from Netflix about a deaf and mute writer who is stalked by a serial killer. No big spoilers about the movie but its a hell of a cat and mouse game. Ever seen Wait Until Dark staring Aubrey Hepburn of Breakfast at Tiffany fame? She is a blind woman who is not aware of the people in her house trying to find something she acquired by mistake. You will love this movie if you like that one. A great performance by Kate Siegel and Directed by Mike Flanagan (Oculus, If I wake). You will get a great creepy movie, watch it in the dark  if you can.


A fun horror comedy that had no right to be as silly and fun as it was. Everyone is trying to recreate the success of Shawn of the Dead and it seems only Zombieland really did meshing the Zombie Comedy Romance plot. A group of teenage high school boy scouts on a retreat discover people are turning into Zombies. They cowboy up with the skills they acquired as Scouts to help save their town. Directed by Christopher Landon ( Producer/writer of Paranormal Activity 2,3,4, and the Marked Ones) This was better than I thought it was going to be out dated stupid silly toilet humor jokes and Zombie strippers full of gore and blood, if that’s what you enjoy check it out.


Did you think you were getting a sequel to the 2008 film. This is in the vein and related by the smallest detail. A woman played by Mary  Elizabeth Winstead is run off the road by John Goodman and taken back to the bunker and told their is a bio hazard attack and she has to live there now. Also in the bunker is the guy who helped build it played by John Gallagher, Jr who also plays the stalker in HUSH.   You really believe  his story until you find out a secret. I wont spoil it but you and every one else should go see this movie. If you didn’t like the shaky camera stuff you get in the last one then don’t worry its not here. this is a thriller that does become a sci-fi movie so there is a bit of a hint of what you think is coming.



Billy Coyne and Scare A con

Posted in Convention, Conventions, horror, Make Up Artist, Monsters with tags , on April 10, 2016 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have from right here in New England Special Effects Make Up Artist Billy Coyne back in the studio with us to talk about what projects he has going on and what he is working on. In between him and some new music by Rob Zombie we will have one of the heads of Scare A Con on the show with us.


VOTE NOW for the Rondo Awards

Posted in actors, entertainment, events, horror, Horror Babes, Horror Host, Horror Movies, Horror Survival News, horror/sci-fi cartoon, news, Places, radio of horror, Radio Station, Reviews, tv with tags , on April 8, 2016 by chrisdsav

The Rondo Awards are up. They are basically the horror Oscars. If you follow my blog and tune in to the show. If you enjoy what you read PLEASE fill it out and stick my blog on there for best Blog or best International Fan. I try to do what i can in the horror world. If you enjoy it please write in Dr.Chris Radio of Horror.


Here’s the ballot for the (Gasp!) 14th Annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards

Castlevania’, ‘Silent Hill’ Getting Vinyl Release

Posted in 80s, Art, Monsters, music, vampires, Video Games, vinyl with tags , , , on April 7, 2016 by chrisdsav

Even though Konami has abandoned making video Games we at least still have the great music from the games and I am buying all the Castlevania records expected to come out.

Mondo announced a new partnership this week with the The-Once-Great-Publisher-That-Must-Not-Be-Named that’ll bring several of gaming’s most aurally accomplished franchises to vinyl. There’ll be licensed prints and collectibles too, but we’re talking about a vinyl release of the OSTs for Castlevania, Silent Hill and Contra here.

Even in the post-Silent Hills world we currently live in, that’s exciting.

At San Diego Comic-Con 2016 in July, Mondo will unveil their limited edition vinyl for the 1986 Castlevania, with artwork by renowned comic artist Becky Cloonan. They’ll also show off a limited edition polystone statue inspired by Ayami Kojima’s work on Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.

There’s plenty more coming later. Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest, Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse, Super Castlevania IV and Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night will all get vinyl releases, complete with original artwork for each. Silent Hill and Contra will get the same treatment, eventually.

RIP Admiral Ackbar

Posted in 80s, actors, aliens, death, news, sci-fi, StarWars with tags , , on April 5, 2016 by chrisdsav

Sad news as the Force Awakens comes out on blu-ray and dvd today.

Erik Bauersfeld, who died Sunday at the age of 93, wasn’t a household name. But his voice was famous — thanks to three little words delivered by a bulging-eyed, amphibious rebel commander Admiral Ackbar. He was also the voice of Bib Fortuna the alien we meet at the beginning of Return of the Jedi in Jabba’s Palace> Erik returned to voice the Admiral in last years The Force Awakens.


Admiral Ackbar was written as a bit part — a handful of lines in Return of the Jedi, most of them rather defeated. “Prepare to retreat,” “we have no choice, “take evasive action, “we won’t last long!”

And then a futile utterance — pointing out, too late, what Lando Calrissian had already realized. “It’s a trap!”

The full article can be found here from NPR. may the Force always be with him.


Above the Line Artistry

Posted in Art, authors, horror, Horror Host, Horror Movies, news with tags , , on April 4, 2016 by chrisdsav

Hey guys I am the Artist of the month for the site Above the line Artistry. this is there first month out and they picked me to launch it check out the article below. Thanks for picking me guys.

He-Man and conventions

Posted in 80s, Cartoons, Convention, Conventions, Fantasy, sci-fi, Toys with tags , , on April 3, 2016 by chrisdsav

On the show tonight from a Kickstarter I helped fund we have the guys behind I have the power a documentary about He-Man.

Then as we do every year and now it seems twice a year from the SPRING Super Mega Fest we have John one of the show runners on the show with us.

Music tonight will be from the soundtrack Disturbing Behavior composed by Mark Snow who also composed music for the X-Files. Disturbing Behavior just came on Blu-ray from Scream Factory last month.

Creep Show Documentary

Posted in 80s, documentary, DVD, Monsters, news with tags , , , on April 1, 2016 by chrisdsav

For years we have gotten a bare bones release of what is arguably  one of the best horror movies ever Creepshow.
In 2007, Universal released a 2-disc DVD set in the UK in Region 2 PAL format with a wonderful documentary produced by Michael Felsher of Red Shirt Pictures entitled Just Desserts: The Making of Creepshow.  Now this has been found on youtube for years. I will admit to having watches it even though I cant stand piracy. I thought this was the only way possible to view it.  Just Desserts has never been released on any home video format here in the States, however it has been picked up by Synapse Films for release on DVD and Blu-ray later this year.  This documentary will include many newly-produced extras just for this release:

– a commentary by Michael Felsher

– a commentary with actor John Amplas, Darryl Ferrucci (Tom Savini’s assistant on the movie),


and art director Bruce Alan Miller.

– interview with director of photography Michael Gornick

– extended interview outtakes from the documentary

– deleted sequences

– the 1986 Paramount Home Video documentary Scream Greats Volume 1 which focused on Tom Savini. Paramount Home Video had released two volumes of this Scream Greats series 30 years ago, made specifically for the home video market.  They were released on videocassette (VHS and Beta) and on laserdisc and were presented by Starlog Video as part of the short-lived Fangoria Video Magazine Series.  Volume 2 focused on Satanism and Witchcraft, but no further documentaries were ever released, which is a shame because the cover artwork was beautiful.