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Castle of Horror Podcast

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This episode we’re chatting with J. Suzanne Frank, author of the new book When Fire Loves Water Part 1 The Siren. The book comes out on Water Day, 3/22/20 -- and you can get the first three chapters free at jsuzannefrank.com.  J. Suzanne Frank
This episode we’re chatting with Katherine Hall Page, author of the new book The Body in the Wake, the 25th Faith Fairchild Mystery, from William Morrow/HarperCollins.
This week we wrap up our series on Dinosaurs with the 1993 Stephen Spielberg film Jurassic Park. (Episode 292)
This episode we’re chatting with Theresa Mercado, curator of the Scream Screen film series in Denver. They’re in the middle of their fifteenth run for four Fridays at the Sie FilmCenter with a new series, "Hell On Wheels", which began February
This week we continue our series on Dinosaurs with the 1977 film The People that Time Forgot.
This episode we’re chatting with Daniel Kraus, author of Bent Heavens, a new novel from Henry Holt/Macmillan Books. Bent Heavens tells a harrowing story about a pair of teens who capture an alien creature and begin to take out terrible revenge
This week we continue our series on Dinosaurs with the 1975 film The Land that Time Forgot. The film is based upon the 1918 novel The Land That Time Forgot by Edgar Rice Burroughs. The screenplay was written by Michael Moorcock and James Cawtho
This week we kick off a new series on Dinosaurs with the 1969 film The Valley of Gwangi. The film is a 1969 American western fantasy film, produced by Charles H. Schneer and Ray Harryhausen, directed by Jim O'Connolly, written by William Bast,[
This episode we’re chatting with Simon Cox, the writer, Director and producer of Invasion Planet Earth, a new film about a doctor who leads a group of patients at the clinic where he works in their journey to escape a massive alien invasion. Th
This week we continue our Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde retrospective with 1971 film Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde by Director Roy Ward Baker. (Episode 288)
This week we continue our Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde retrospective with 1971 film Dr. Jekyll y el Hombre Lobo (Dr. Jekyll and the Wolfman), also known as Dr. Jekyll and the Werewolf, a 1971 Spanish horror film, the sixth in the series, about the werew
This episode we’re chatting about THE COLOR OUT OF SPACE, a new science fiction horror film that marks the return to feature directing from Richard Stanley, who brought us such films as Dust Devil and his cult favorite debut Hardware. The film
This week we kick off a Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde retrospective with the 1931 film Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde starring Frederic March.
In this interview: Trapped in the 80s is the brand new “Pick Your Own Quest” book from Connor Hoover, who’s released a whole slew of interactive books aimed at kids, including Escape from Minecraft and King Tut’s Adventure. This time you, the r
This week we have a special holiday episode discussing the 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special,which Lucasfilm has tried to bury from the beginning. What lessons can be learned from a show that makes one mystifying misstep after another? Hosted by J
Hangout episodes are less-structured episodes that come during breaks between our main, structured episodes. In each one we choose two movies to discuss in free-wheeling conversations. This episode, Tony Salvaggio, tech director at Rooster Teet
This episode we’re chatting about the new Dark Shadows Audiobooks of classic Dark Shadows novels from Paperback classics. We’re talking to Kathryn Leigh Scott, a novelist, nonfiction writer, and of course actress who played Maggie on Dark Shado
This episode we’re chatting with Tara Westwood, who stars in Sony’s new reboot of THE GRUDGE. The film will release in theaters on January 3rd and is a new take on the 2004 film of the same name which itself was based on the 2002 Japanese origi
This week we bring our 2019 season to an end with the holiday-themed Dutch film Saint, about a murderous St. Nick raining terror on modern-day Amsterdam. (Episode 283)
This week we’re chatting with Adam Egypt Mortimer, director and co-writer of Daniel Isn’t Real, which is about a Troubled college freshman Luke (Miles Robbins) suffers a violent family trauma and resurrects his childhood imaginary friend Daniel
This week we continue our Stephen King retrospective with a look at the 1987 film A Return to Salem’s Lot directed by Larry Cohen. (Episode 282)
This episode we’re chatting with Mary SanGiovanni about her new book Beyond the Gate from Kensington Books. Ms. SanGiovanni is the Bram Stoker-nominated author of the Kathy Ryan novels Beyond the Door and Inside the Asylum, and numerous other n
Actress Nicole Tompkins talks about her role in Antrum, a remarkable horror film that opens with a documentary telling us we're about to see a lost, cursed film from the 70s about a brother and sister who go into the woods to perform a ritual t
For our two-hundred-and-eighty-first movie review episode we have a special experiment. With regular castmates Drew and Julia out for the Thanksgiving holiday, Tony and Jason relive their days in Austin with a gabfest about a double feature of
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