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Castle Talk: “No one was going to stop him.” Greg Sestero On His Journey With “The Disaster Artist”
Jason chats with Greg Sestero, whose memoir of the making of the cult drama The Room has been turned into a new film with James Franco and Seth Rogen. Part Great Gatsby, part Ed Wood, the book is an exploration of the strange friendship at the heart of the making... Read more
Castle Talk: Shout! Factory Keeps The Cult Video Coming, But One Show Works Everywhere
    Tony Salvaggio and Jason Henderson chat with Gene Pao, VP Digital at Shout! Factory about what makes the premiere brand of cult film and TV tick. We talk about the amazing brand that is “VHS Vault,” and the surprising resilience of MST3K, no matter the medium. Note: Shout! Factory... Read more
Castle Talk: Dementia 13 Rings In October With Gonzo Gothic Horror
Richard LeMay is the director of Dementia 13, a new gothic horror film coming this month. A vengeful ghost, a mysterious killer, and a family where everyone has a secret converge in one night of terror in this remake of Francis Ford Coppola’s first feature film.   Listen here:... Read more
Castle Talk: “Monster Mash” is a Tour Through The Famous Monsters Of Your Mind
This week Jason talks to Mark Voger, author of Monster Mash: The Creepy, Kooky Monster Craze In America 1957-1972 (Twomorrows Publishing). We get into horror hosts, toys, books, movies, and why monsters became an integral part of mid-century pop culture. You can find Mark at www.markvoger.com. Listen here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/castleofhorror/Mark_Voger_-_Monster_Mash_rev.mp3 Listen on... Read more
Castle Talk: Director Ed Gass-Donnelly Brings the Creepy With Lavender
Jason talks to Ed Gass-Donnelly, director of The Last Exorcism Part II and Small Town Murder Songs, and the new psychological horror film. In Lavender, when a photographer (Abbie Cornish) suffers severe memory loss after a traumatic accident, strange clues among her photos suggest she may be responsible for the deaths of... Read more
Dark, Cosmic Horror Comes To The Wild West In Death Wind
“Weird Western” has returned to the forefront of horror ever since the grim, fresh Bone Tomahawk. Now Travis Heermann, author of the feudal Japan fantasy series Ronin, sets off in a new direction with co-writer Jim Pinto to write Death Wind, which he says brings “Lovecraftian horror” to the west. In... Read more
You go jogging and learn all your neighbors are dead. That’s Forced Move.
The Castle Talk Podcast talks to producer Barry Barclay and writer/director Tony Bloodworth about their indy thriller Forced Move— we touch on the challenges of indy filming and why serial killers stick together. Listen to this episode here: Check out the trailer:   Castle of Horror Podcast Links: Join us over... Read more