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Horror Directors and Authors

Posted in 80s, authors, Books, directors, Friday the 13th, horror, Horror Babes, Interviews, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on June 5, 2016 by chrisdsav

Thanks to every one I met at Scare-A-Con this evening, stay tuned for tonight on the show we have Director Tom McLoughlin of Friday the 13th Part 6 Jason Lives. I will also be talking with local horror author Jenny Ashford and playing music from Friday the 13th part 2



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.


Directors and Models

Posted in horror, Horror Babes, models, music, Uncategorized on March 6, 2016 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show from Angry Lunch Productions we have Harley Morris on the show with us then we have Model Marauder right after him, music tonight will be from The German remake of Nosferatu from Wax Works records. I’m also going to be trying the new Lovecraft beer, I am Providence


Doctor Strange First Look

Posted in Fantasy, Marvel, news, sci-fi, Uncategorized on December 28, 2015 by chrisdsav


First Look at Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange

Author Jack Ketchum

Posted in Uncategorized on October 18, 2015 by chrisdsav

On the show tonight FROM ROCK AND SHOCK
AUTHOR JACK KETCHUM with a co host by Cordelia and then I play music from Trick r TreAt soundtrack. We talk about Rock and Shock and Crimson peak and Goosebumps. Its been a long weekend and time to unwind.



Posted in Uncategorized on August 9, 2015 by chrisdsav

Tonight on the show we have the Editor and Chief of DARK HORSE COMICS Scott Allie to talk about the future of the company and whats coming next and whats hot on the stands today.
Later I will talk about the Gift, the newest Kickstarter for Brian Pulido and go over the guest list for NecronomiCon Providence


Mini Reviews Part 3-D Zombie Edition

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on February 17, 2015 by chrisdsav

There are no 3-D movies in this list of mini reviews but points to you if you can guess why I put that in there,

Dead Snow 1, and 2 Red vs Dead
I finally had a chance to see this trapped in the snow on Saturday afternoon with a friend before setting off for the 40th Anniversary of the Sci-fi Film fest in Somerville.
In the first movie a group of friends head to a cabin dig up some old Nazi gold and have to deal with a Zombie Army rising up. This movie has a plot similar to Pirates of the Caribean Curse fo the Black Perl. The Gold is cursed and the only way to stop the Zombies is by giving back the gold. The survivor learsn this too late cuts off his arm and then has the Zombie leader arm grafted to him. This helps the plot of part two tho as he is able to raise an army of dead Russians and with the help of a group of American ZOmbie hunters they turn the tide of battle and defeat the Nazis. The ability to raise the dead with a new power that each Herzog the leader of the Nazis and Martin our hero. It has a lot of laughs and is more horror than humor I would skip the last 5 mins of the ending to Red vs Dead its not worth watching and disgusting. Its great to see something done unique with Zombies. Even though we have seen Nazi Zombies before in video Games there are not that many films doing anything with them.
Both movies were directed by Tommy Wirkola, who also directed Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters.

Zombie Killers: Elephant GraveYard
DO NOT SEE THIS MOVIE, I watched the first half and that was too much what a boring and uninteresting attempt at trying to be the Walking Dead. I interviewed the Director Harrison Smith, and he said he pleaded with the studio to reconsider and make something else. He thought the genre was too over saturated and his movie would be lost. If they made this 10 years ago , it would have been perfect timing.

The Battery
Another movie I recomend you avoiding, uninteresting and you get 40 mins of guys by themselves doing nothing but arguing and bitching and acting like children. I tried to like the characters and find some interest in this Zombie crap fest from Scream Factory, but alas I could not.