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Castle of Horror Podcast

On Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/castleofhorrorpodcast, a panel show on horror movies, vampire movies, and all around awesomeness. With "Alex Van Helsing" and "Ben 10" comic creator Jason Henderson, "Halloween Man" comic creator Drew Edwards, "Psy-comm" and "Clockwerx" manga creator and "Deserts of Mars" frontman Tony Salvaggio, and attorney Julia Guzman. (Formerly "Castle Dracula Horror Movie Podcast.")
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Now displaying: August, 2015
Aug 26, 2015
A talk with USA Today Bestseller James Hayman, author of the McCabe and Savage series and his new book THE GIRL IN THE GLASS.
Aug 25, 2015
We look back at the profoundly influential found footage film THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, kicking off an all-new retrospective.
Aug 19, 2015
We chat with author Kari Anne Holt (http://kaholt.com) on her new book House Arrest, about a middle schooler struggling with probation and the stress of a seriously ill brother. Holt is also the author of the amazing zombie romance novel (in verse), Brains for Lunch.
Aug 18, 2015
In memory of "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, we look at the paranoid classic THEY LIVE from director John Carpenter, about a drifter who uncovers an alien plot to conquer the earth through subliminal messages.
Aug 4, 2015
In 1967, right between his second and third outing as Hammer's Dracula, Chris Lee portrayed the Van Helsing-like (and Van Dyke-wearing) occult hero Duke Nicholas in a film scripted by Richard Matheson. A real surprise that shows an alternate path that Lee's career could have taken.
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