Good morning! Scott and I started off by chatting off the air about some scenes and/or movies that are full-on classics that probaly couldn’t get made today. Unfortunately, that list got really long really fast, so here’s a whole show about it.
The theme song is all you need to feel a bit of a shudder and either paralyzing fear or sweet nostalgia for this show that was everything a kid needed a show to be in the late eighties.
Happy Halloween from Scott, Billy, and Frank!!!
In which, a week after out Halloween Show, Scott and Billy discuss what keeps us motivated moving further into October even though it’s hot as bejeebus outside.
Thanks to everyone who came out to the first annual (biannual?) Scarydad’s Haunted Halloween Show!!! A great time was had by all. We got to sit down with some of our wonderful vendors and friends. Listen in real time as the show goes on and we talk horror with Kill Count the Necromangler from Kingwood Asylum, movies with Joe Grisaffi, and toys with Rad Toy Collector!
We also talked to fangsmith Mia Black, Grave Bomb Fizzies maker Catie Sutfin, and Zombie Chihuahua Mandy Macabre. We then talked horror in books and movies with Jae Mazer and Jessica Raney, both of whom pointed out that I’d spelled both their names with too many letters.
Rounding it out we spoke to Lisa Vasquez, CEO of Stitched Smile Publications about the state of the horror genre and finally, we ended the evening with a chat with air guitar champ El Airiachi about some great ideas for collaborations in future events.
Enjoy the show!
Hello everyone! Just wanted to let you know that Episode 53 is running a bit late. We had our Halloween Show over the weekend and collected audio from several of our vendors throughout the day. I’m getting it all compiled and mixed as we speak. The new episode should be out tomorrow morning.
It’s Episode 52 of our weekly show and that means it’s been a whole year since we started the Scarydad Podcast! Join us today as we look back at our first year.
Today we continue our Cryptids series and talk all about Bigfoot.
Join us this fine morning as we drift closer and closer to Halloween. Today, Scotty and I discuss some of the unsung heores of the genre: Makeup and Special Effects Artists. Too often, the actors or the director are given all the credit for making a good movie. But where would they be without these guys?