Archive for December, 2016

Patreon

Posted in horror, Horror Host, Horror Movies, Horror Survival News with tags , , on December 30, 2016 by chrisdsav

Hey gang thanks for following us thru the years. We are looking for donations and support to keep Radio of Horror afloat now.If would be willing to make a dollar donation or more that be fantastic. We are running this for three show The Dr.Chris Radio of Horror program, The Dead Tv Podcast and Supernatural Creatures and Lore.

There are a BUNCH of cool prizes to give away if you make a donation of 5.00 or more

https://www.patreon.com/radioofhorror 

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RIP Carrie Fisher 

Posted in actors, death, Geekbabes, news, sci-fi, StarWars with tags , , on December 27, 2016 by chrisdsav

I have no words over the death of Carrie Fisher it’s really sad and heartbreaking. I may be a horror fan but I am a bigger fan of Star Wars more than anything else. 


Being a long time fan of Star Wars for so many years. This is just so frustrating. I am in tears over this We lost Kenny Baker early this year and the actor who played Admiral Ackbar too. She was fierce and strong and in Return of the Jedi incredibly sexy in a gold bikini. Force will be with you Carrie always. 


Teri Griffin Make Up Artist

Posted in Halloween, horror, Horror Babes, Make Up Artist, Monsters, movies with tags , , on December 26, 2016 by chrisdsav

Hey Radio of Horror creeps! Jess-O-Lantern here! I want to take a moment to talk about a truly talented horror/FX make-up artist, and all around lovely lady, the terrifying Teri Griffin!

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Teri is a certified professional Makeup/FX Artist. She received her Makeup Artistry Degree in 2005. She started her career working as a Prosthetic Makeup Artist for Universal Studios Orlando on events such as Halloween Horror Nights, Grinchmas, Mardi Gras, and more for 10 years. She has worked on full length feature films, short films, commercials, music videos, theater, and television. (Such as The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Access Hollywood, Crypt TV.) She also worked over 2 years with Ripleys Entertainment punching and venting hair as well as preparing and casting wax figures to be displayed in the Ripleys Museums all around the world. In 2013 Teri won Orlando’s  Makeup Artist of the Year for RAW’s Indie Arts. She was a part of the Halloween Extreme/Spooky Empire Horror Convention as a speaker for their seminar on “Airbrushing for Haunts” In addition to Makeup/FX, Teri has a degree in Art & Design and is a professional artist with an active Etsy page selling artwork at multiple conventions. As well as a prop maker who has worked for multiple prop shops such as Dapper Cadaver.

 

I had a few questions for Teri on her work, inspirations, and current/upcoming projects!

 

When did you know you had a passion for Horror?

“I knew since I was young and watching sci-if films with my father I had a passion for horror. Horror, Halloween, anything spooky always gave me an excitement that no other thing could. I was so intrigued by monsters and characters like Elvira and TV shows like The Munsters. I did all my school career projects on Hollywood & Horror when I could. I even remember a final where I included a scene from ‘Beetlejuice’ in my presentation. So, it has always been there.”

 

What inspired you to start doing Horror Make-up?

“Since elementary school I talked about moving to Hollywood and working in film and horror. I threw a huge Halloween party at my parents house in 2003 and I said to myself ‘I want this every day’, I wanted the things that are celebrated in October to be celebrated in my life 365 and I knew if I got into Horror Make-up and film and monsters, I could make that a reality. I wanted to mix my two favorite things, Horror/Halloween & Film-Horror. Make-up seemed like the perfect solution.”

 

Tell us about “Sea Griffin Creations & Productions”!

“In 2010 I met Carson Griffin, and we both shared a huge passion for film and horror. Late 2010 we began writing our first film “Zombeef.” After that we began working together doing everything from FX, blood, filming, art, editing, writing, and even stop motion.

We decided to create “Sea Griffin Creations and Productions” to showcase all of our projects. We have been working together now for 7 years and we are very proud of what we have accomplished and only plan to keep going and taking things further!”

 

What are your most recent projects?

“Right now we’re working on a few new short films that we’re writing and directing. We’re still working on the development of “The Real Ghoulwives of Los Angeles”

(https://www.facebook.com/TheRealGhoulwives) Teaser:

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Jess-O-Lantern and He-Man

Posted in 80s, Christmas, horror, music, Toys with tags , , , , on December 25, 2016 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show on CHRISTMAS NIGHT my co-host steps back for a couple weeks as I fly solo and she acts as a guest on the show. We discuss WHO Jess-O-Lantern is. THEN Danielle steps out of her Penny Dreadful out and into editor for many of the Dark Horse Masters of the Universe book Dark Horse has been putting out.
https://www.facebook.com/JessOLantern/

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New Interviews

Posted in actors, Adult, Cosplay, horror, Horror Babes, Horror Movies, models, superheroes with tags , , , , , , on December 23, 2016 by chrisdsav

Have you been tuning into the show?? We have a new co-host and some new shows we are now a network. One is The Dead TV Podcast and Supernatural Creatures and Lore. But while we run those Dr.Chris Radio of Horror still stay strong. We still do interviews here check them out now.

My most recent Interview

Here is one with Jess-O-Lantern and Bella Vendetta

One with Dan Yeager I did a year ago and thought I lost but now found

 

Christmas Horror

Posted in Christmas, horror, Monsters, movies on December 18, 2016 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show Jess-O-Lantern and I discuss XMAS Horror movies and other awesome non traditional Holiday films and we record her interview which will be played next week. Music tonight will be from DIE HARD

“Tales from The Crypt” Re-Boot! Issue No.1 Review

Posted in horror on December 16, 2016 by Jess-O-Lantern Says...

The “Tales from The Crypt” series have always been among my all time favorite horror comics. So, when I heard that EC Comics (through publishers Super Genius) were planning a re-boot of the series, I was thrilled! Last week I scoured the shelves of comic shops all over Manhattan till I finally found a copy of “Tales from The Crypt No. 1” Cover A! (There are four different covers! A, B, C, and D from four different artists!)

Cover A was done by Joylon Yates with JayJay Jackson:

Cover B was done by Dean Haspiel:


Cover C was done by Bob Camp:

Cover D was done by Russ Heath:

(Photos of covers accessed from MyComicShop.com where you can find these and other comic titles for sale!) 
The three stories in “Tales from The Crypt” No. 1 are “Die-Vestment” (By Writer Stefan Petrucha, Artist Joylon Yates, Colorist JayJay Jackson, and Letterer Tom Orzechowski), “Zombie Bank” (By Writers David Anthony Kraft & Onrie Kompan, Artist and Colorist Miran Kim, and Letterer Tom Orzechowski), and “The Werewolf on Wall Street” (By Writer Scott Lobdell, Artist John McCrea, Colorist Dee Cunniffe, and Letterer Tom Orzechowski). 
Without giving away any spoilers about the stories in this issue, I have to say that “Zombie Bank” was my favorite. I am a sucker for horror stories that touch on very “normal” situations (work, office flirtations/romance, arguments with your boss, etc.) but showcase them in the blood red light of the horror genre. With all three stories having the continuous theme of money and greed, centered around Wall Street, it brings our beloved series into the new post-Great-Recession era. 

In “The Crypt-Keepers Corner” of issue No.1 there is an interview with Jim Salicrup. It’s actually an excerpt from an interview Salicrup did for Comic Shop News called “Jim Salicrup UnenCRYPT-ed”. There is a great quote from the interview which sums up the main idea behind the new “Tales of The Crypt” series: 
“We are trying to create stories that are scary, and also have that unique quality of dark humor that the original ‘Tales from The Crypt’ comics had. Yet, we’re also trying to do stories that are a bit more modern. In other words, what if the original series never stopped, and it was still being published today? That’s what we’re aiming for.” 

I can’t wait to see what terrors the next issue brings! Go pick up a copy of “Tales of The Crypt” No 1. today!