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Comic Pop and Friday Part 6 Part 2

Posted in 80s, Comic Books, DC Comics, entertainment, Reviews, websites with tags , , , on June 12, 2016 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have Sal from Comic Pop on the show with us . A great Comic discussion show on you tube. We talk about all sorts of weirdness in the comic book industry.

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https://www.youtube.com/user/TVLittleHouse

Part 2 of my interview with Tommy McLoughlin, director of Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI tonight at Midnight ET on Radio of Horror. Chris will also be talking with Sal from the YouTube channel Comic Pop about the comic book industry.
To tune in go to:
www.wcuw.org and click on the link in the right hand column  and then click the listen live button on the top left of the next page.

Most Excellent

Posted in 80s, death, DVD, entertainment, sci-fi with tags , on June 7, 2016 by chrisdsav

WOW may not be Horror but sometimes after covering so much horror you need a little comedy sci-fi from the 80’s and what better way to do that than with none other than BILL AND TED EXCELLENT ADVENTURE. As well as the sequel where they encounter Death ….Bogus

Check out the press release for more details.

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Read on for all the details and head over to ShoutFactory.com to pre-order your copy!

From the Press Release:
Excellent! History’s favorite time traveling duo land on September 20, 2016 in a deluxe Blu-ray box set from Shout! Factory titled Bill & Ted’s Most Excellent Collection. The bodacious set includes Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, the Blu-ray debut of the sequel Bogus Journey, and is fully loaded with an entire disc of bonus features, including new interviews and commentary, deluxe packaging, a “Wyld Stallyns” branded guitar pick, vinyl stickers for both films, and previously released extras including The Original Bill & Ted, The Most Triumphant Making-Of, Air Guitar Tutorial, The Linguistic Stylings of B&T, From Scribble to Script, The Hysterical Personages of B&T, and radio spots.

Shout! Factory will also have a limited edition set complete with an exclusive lithograph and exclusive action figure of George Carlin’s character “Rufus,” available on shoutfactory.com beginning June 7. NECA, which created the figure, will also have a Bill & Ted action figure set available in July 2016.

The biggest concern for Bill S. Preston, Esq. (Alex Winter) and Ted “Theodore” Logan (Keanu Reeves), two totally excellent dudes from San Dimas, California, has been that their band, the Wyld Stallyns, “will never be a super band until we have Eddie Van Halen on guitar.” But now they’re on the verge of failing history class, and Ted’s father is threatening him with military school. To keep the Wyld Stallyns together, and save the future, they need to deliver an epic history report, so a messenger named Rufus (George Carlin) arrives in a time traveling phone booth to help them out. As they travel through history they pick up some new friends, like the “Bodacious Philosopher” Socrates, “One Very Excellent Barbarian” Genghis Khan, the “Short Dead Dude” Napoleon and “Noah’s Wife” Joan of Arc, and put on one outrageous presentation.

In the sequel Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey, the daffy duo travel to Heaven, Hell and points in between as they meet robot versions of themselves, Albert Einstein, the Easter Bunny, and beat the Grim Reaper at a video game. Bogus Journey features an all-star cast including Keanu Reeves (The Matrix), Alex Winter, George Carlin, William Sadler (The Shawshank Redemption), and Pam Grier (Jackie Brown). At the time of its release, Roger Ebert described the film as “a riot of visual invention and weird humor that works on its chosen sub-moronic level, and on several others as well, including some fairly sophisticated ones.” In other words, not bogus at all, dudes.

The Exclusive Limited Edition Set Contains:

  • An exclusive, limited edition 8″ tall Rufus action figure by NECA
  • An exclusive, limited edition 18″ x 24″ lithograph of the newly-designed art from artist Paul Shipper (this lithograph will ship rolled, in a poster tube)
  • Two 6″ x 4″ Bill & Ted stickers
  • A Wild Stallyns guitar pick
  • Early shipping to arrive two weeks before the national street date

Charity and Models

Posted in entertainment, events, Goth, Horror Babes, models with tags , , , on May 29, 2016 by chrisdsav

On the show tonight we have the founder of Scares That Care coming on the show with us to talk about the history of their organization. We will be raisign money for thier chartiy  next weekend at Sacre-A-Con.

Then all the way from Germany we have Model Alice Lynch on the show with us. Music tonight will be from Supernatural. The season finale was this past Wed and as we do every year we play the music you find in Dean’s Impala
http://www.alicelynch.net/alicelynch.htm

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http://scaresthatcare.org/

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Rouge One A Star Wars Story

Posted in entertainment, Fantasy, sci-fi with tags on May 17, 2016 by chrisdsav

Massive Spoilers for the new Star Wars movie coming out this December

 

Friday the 13th Interviews

Posted in 80s, authors, Books, entertainment, Friday the 13th, slasher movies with tags , on May 13, 2016 by chrisdsav

Hey guys here are some Friday the 13th related interviews I have done over the years check em out. Hope to get someone from Wax Works and The Friday the 13th The Game on the show some time in the future.

 

Comic Book Spotlight: Cannon Films Spider-Man

Posted in 80s, actors, Comic Books, entertainment, Fantasy with tags , , , on May 10, 2016 by chrisdsav

The movie we never got in the 90’s but we kept hearing about over and over again, untill the massive court battle with Cannon, and  Carloco, and James Cameron and Columbia aka Sony and so many other studios to numerous to mention. Various scripts and other problems.

Here is the trailer for the never released Spider-man movie, it is more a promo, but still if I had seen this in the 1980s. With Tom Cruise to play Spidey maybe. Stan Lee would have been J Jonah Jameson. There is also a great documentary on Netflix about Cannon. There is not much information about the Spider-Man movie from the 80’s most of the scripts are from the Carloco Cameron film. Part of the new Spider-Man trilogy had pieces of the script with Doc Ock.

Now we have Spider-Man in the Civil War movie. Check out Captain America Civil War at Black Stone Valley Cinema in Millbury Ma.

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

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