Tonight was a great interview with Adrienne Clark who works at the Museum of Pop Culture aka the MoPOP here in Seattle. We had a great convo talking about horror paperbacks, Hellraiser, Ryan Reynolds abs, and the new Child’s Play movies. It was a really great convo UNTIL the internet crapped out BUT that just means I’ll have to have her on again real soon!
Please enjoy and I’m sorry about the audio!
Where to find Adrienne: @October_Country on Instagram & @adrienne_edits on Twitter
New Episode out! On this episode, I have a conversation with Roman Delgado, a local spiritual healer, and brujo who talks to me about his practice, his journey and what he hopes for humankind in the future. It was such a great conversation and I’m really happy it happened and that I got to share it with you all! Please enjoy!
I finally got my dear friend Amie Simon to come on my podcast and talk horror with me. Amie is a blogger, movie critic and horror fanatic, we’ve been on panels together and I wanted to talk to her about being a woman in the field and her latest projects.
You can find Amie’s work at the links below, please give her work the love it deserves!
Listen to the episode here.
Last week I was interviewed for Mage: The Podcast with my collaborators on a table top RPG book that we wrote together. It is called Gods and Monsters and it’s a compendium for the World of Darkness books. I was brought in to write the pieces on African/loa/voodoo creatures and deities. It was such an honor to be in on this project and I’m really happy with the results. Please take a listen to our interview and if you play the book, please let me know what you thought!
I have another episode of my podcast out, episode 13, lucky number! In this episode I talk about the movies I’ve seen recently, and what my thoughts were. It’s not spoiler-y, but it does help if you’ve seen these movies before.
If you are interested in watching Horror Noire and Ghost Watch you can get 30 days FREE with Shudder if you use my code: NOCTURNAL. Tell em Isabella sent you!
I was recently asked to guest on my good friend’s podcast About to Review. We talk about everything, from UFO’s, burlesque, horror movies and Bond villans.
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NBC has put in development a supernatural drama based on The Black Tapes podcast, from Emerald City co-creator Matthew Arnold, podcast creators Paul Bae and Terry Miles, Entertainment 360 and Universal TV.
Written and executive produced by Arnold, Bae and Miles, The Black Tapes adaptation follows a journalist’s investigations into the unexplained supernatural mysteries caught on tape by a skeptical scientist. Each week the two of them embark on a journey exploring the literal and figurative ghosts that haunt them both.
Guymon Casady and Ben Forkner executive produce for 360 Productions. Universal TV is the studio.
In the podcast, host Alex Reagan narrates a nonfiction-styled fictional story over multiple episodes, using a format that has been compared to Serial. The story begins as a biography of paranormal investigator Dr. Richard Strand, an “evangelical skeptic” on a mission to debunk all claims of the supernatural. Reagan becomes interested in his collection of unsolved cases, which she begins calling his “Black Tapes,” and the podcast evolves into an exploration of these cases, paranormal culture, and the mysterious life of Dr. Strand.
The holiday season is upon us and the horror news just doesn’t stop! Let’s talk about the new Child’s Play movie, Guillermo del Toro tweets his list of written scripts and the internet goes wild, I talk about the new Suspira compared to the old and what a ‘cream cheese’ personality is, and then the true story of one of California’s most interesting haunted houses, the Los Feliz murder house.
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