Some folks dip their toes in the pool. Others dive in, body first.
Derrick Carey of the sick cinematic podcast Astro Radio Z belongs to the latter category. He and various other mutants, myself included, have been immersing themselves in the deep end by analyzing the low budget soft core horror series Witchcraft – for…gulp…years now!
Naturally, now that Witchcraft 14: Angel of Death, Witchcraft 15: Blood Roseand Witchcraft 16: Hollywood Covenhave been unleashed upon the world, we had to take a look and give our (sometimes) zany, (occasionally) well modulated opinions on them. Nicely, we are joined here by Dustin Hubbard, an accomplished filmmaker and, perhaps, the greatest Witchcraft fan ever.
The divine Wendi Freeman (pictured, left) had me on her awesome podcast Double Page Spreadfor the Halloween season. We talk about our love of scream queens (like Linnea Quigley, pictured), butts versus breasts, the new American heroes and so much more! Oh, yeah, and Tawny Kitaen for President!
I, actually, had a hard time nailing down my favorite (male) asses in horror. See if you can do better by listening at the link, below:
You can gasp. You can shout. You can even loudly exclaim, but please leave the shrieking up to Screaming Queenz Podcast, the latest entry in horror talk with a homosexual bent. Described as “three gay guys and a token straight boy taking on the horror genre with a queer eye on the camp, the trashy and the downright scary”, this new audio adventure already has 9 episodes available for downloading.
Okay, okay! In reality, once there was this group of degenerate dudes who liked to watch trashy films and sit around and talk about them…and then…worst of all…make you listen to them do it!
Yes, the charming lads of Astro Radio Z (including myself) have finally finished up our look at the Vice Academy series and, just like us, you’re sure to be thrilled with these accounts of sexless marriages, stripper bank robbers and other nut busting delights!
So, what are you waiting for? That vast, black pit before you contains the artificial delights of Vice Academy 5 and 6!
Have you been…feeling mightier than the Joker? Ready to pop your anvil to the max? Humming Blondie’s Atomic nonstop, for days?!?
Well, then you are definitely ready to take on the latest episode of Astro Radio Z, where the wonders of early 90s T and A crime comedies Vice Academy 3 and Vice Academy 4 are, lovingly and pitifully, examined.
Featuring a bevy of VHS goddesses, such as Ginger Lynn Allen, Darcy DeMoss, Julia Parton and Deborah Dutch, these films should be scintillating time-wasters. But are they?
Join host Derrick Carey and the boys (including myself) and find out!
Lee and Cushing. Karloff and Lugosi. Price and Lorre.
There have been plenty of famous male partnerships in the history of horror. But the teaming of the divine Kelli Maroney and the exquisite Catherine Mary Stewart in 80s horror-dramedy Night of the Comet produced one of the only significant female duos in the universe of terror, making them both highly beloved by progressive audiences, everywhere.
This two beauties recently reunited, in late April, for an episode of the Maroney co-hosted podcast Rick’s Martini Bar – and the enthusiastic cries of those fan boys and girls, worldwide, was overwhelming.
Then, if you have enough time left over, feel free to revisit my interview with the divine Lee Meriwether, where we talk a bit about her participation in Cruise and her co-star in the film, John Forsythe!
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!