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Part 3: The Walking Dead video games & Dead Island - Riptide
May 05, 2013 03:02 PM PDT
This is our final installment of The Walking Dead Season 3 discussion. We delve into some of the most popular zombie video games and review Dead Island Riptide.Part 2 of our "The Walking Dead" S3 Discussion w/Horror Author DA Chaney
April 14, 2013 05:51 PM PDT
This is Episode 2 of our 3-part The Walking Dead discussion with horror author DA Chaney.AllHorror Returns! The Walking Dead Season 3: Part One
April 07, 2013 02:24 PM PDT
All Horror Radio Returns! The season 3 premiere features the first of a 3 part episode series discussing everything AMC's The Walking Dead had to offer this year. Robin & Julie are accompanied by special guest and horror author, DA Chaney, as they dissect the top moments of the season, the new/remaining characters and where AMC may go next. All Horror Radio has resurrected with a new format, new outlook and more voices from the writers/producers of AllHorror.Net.Our Love/Hate Relationship with Horror
June 10, 2012 04:14 PM PDT
Welcome back, everyone! We love what you are wearing. We know that it's been a while, but Altered Radio is back! Over the course of the last year, we have received a lot of tweets/comments questioning our love of horror. "You guys bash horror films a lot...Do you even really like it?" Well, in this episode, we respond! We talk about what we love and hate about our beloved genre, as well as what we hope to see in the future.Part 2 of The Hunger Games and The Walking Dead Reviews.
March 25, 2012 11:06 AM PDT
For Part 2 of our The Hunger Games/The Walking Dead discussion, we spoil the holy Hell out of it! We review the film, The Hunger Games, and discuss its likeness to the book. Did it live up to the book? The hype? Whereas it may not be considered "horror," Julie and Robin highly recommend it and will tell you why. We also thoroughly dissect the Season 2 finale of "The Walking Dead," and finally get on board with the comics.Homophobia in Horror, The Walking Dead S2 Finale, The Hunger Games, and a Horror Raffle from Heaven: Part 1
March 20, 2012 07:28 PM PDT
On this, the first of a 2-part series, we discuss the last few episodes of The Walking Dead, The Hunger Games' upcoming release and an amazing article by our newest writer, Dave Pace. Dave also writes for Fangoria and has written one of the most controversial and well-thought out opinion pieces that we have ever read. Don't worry, if you haven't watched the season finale of TWD, we don't spoil it for you. We will leave that, along with our official review of The Hunger games, to Part 2. Also, don't forget to get the down low on our killer Ultimate Horror Night package. We are raffling off autographed DVD's, a copy of Martyrs, popcorn and candy...everything you need for a superb movie night in.
Debbie Rochon - Horror Icon
July 09, 2011 07:59 PM PDT
If you listen to our show or follow us on Twitter, you are well aware of two things: 1) Robin has a massive crush on Debbie Rochon 2) We both LOVED the film Slime City Massacre and have mentioned it weekly for almost a full month. Last weekend, we had the pleasure of speaking with Greg Lamberson, writer and director of SCM. We had an absolute blast with him, so it only seemed natural to have another Slime Head in the lineup. The natural answer? Debbie Rochon. We have wanted to have Debbie as a guest on the show for quite some time now. (Or, as Robin puts it, "since she was a fetus.") Today, Robin got her 30-year-old wish. Debbie was gracious enough to fit us into her heinously busy schedule to talk all things Slime City Massacre.Michael Rooker of "The Walking Dead" and "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer"
October 26, 2011 05:11 PM PDT
Have you seen the "Give Michael Rooker the F**king Emmy" campaign going around the web? We have, and we agree 100%. We spoke with Michael for a bit about his role as Merle on AMC's hit show, The Walking Dead, as well as what exactly inspired his performance in Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. Suffice it to say, Michael is the man. He also has an upcoming film, Cell213 (alongside Eric Balfour and Bruce Greenwood), which appears to be one of the most promising psychological horror films coming out in the near future.
Twitter: @Michael_RookerSex and Horror, plus an interview w/the founder of The Six Feet Under Club
June 24, 2011 08:12 PM PDT
Zombie Strippers, penises with a mind of their own, severed heads, aliens, evil trees, dolls inseminating Jennifer Tilly, Satanic rituals and Slime Sex. Oh yes, sex and horror go hand in hand. For this episode, Julie and Robin will discuss some of the most bizarre, horrific sex scenes in horror history. Listen at your own risk, because we will not be responsible for your therapy bills.Altered Realities Radio Guest Spot on Slashercast! Topic? Lucky McKee and Jack Ketchum's "The Woman"
November 30, 2011 05:37 PM PST
So the boys over at Slashercast invited us on their show to do a review of "The Woman." They wanted a woman's opinion, and man did they ever! We had a fucking BLAST with these guys. Check out our guest spot on the show! Also, check them out @Slashercast on Twitter, or right here on Podomatic!
Heather Langenkamp, Nancy Thompson of Nightmare on Elm Street
September 07, 2011 06:24 PM PDT
ARR welcomes Heather Langenkamp to the show! Heather played the infamous role of Nancy Thompson in "A Nightmare on Elm Street" (1984). Freddy's original nemesis is on the move with her latest project, documentary "I Am Nancy." Heather's iconic role as Nancy Thompson has inspired millions over the decades. 26 years after the movie originally released, the Freddy craze is still going strong, but what about Nancy? In this hilarious, tongue in cheek documentary, Heather explores what Nancy means to die hard horror fans.
You can buy "I Am Nancy" directly from Heather's website www.iamnancy.net SUPPORT INDIE HORROR!!!!
"The Human Centipede" - Dieter Laser - Dr. Heiter himself!
January 31, 2011 07:32 AM PST
Dieter Laser is a prolific German actor, but perhaps he is best known for his role as Dr. Heiter in the controversial cult classic "The Human Centipede". He has been in over 65 films and tv-movies. His first title role in cinema was for the film JOHN GLUECKSTADT (1975) for which he won "The German Film Award in Gold."Actress Christa Campbell of Drive Angry 3D, 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams & Day of the Dead
July 27, 2011 06:44 PM PDT
Christa Campbell is one bad-ass chick, and we had a great time talking to her about the horror industry. We talked about 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams, Drive Angry 3D, her upcoming film Spiders 3D and what it's like being the Executive Producer of Leatherface 3D, the upcoming Texas Chainsaw Massacre reboot.
Christa Campbell made her mark as portraying a young Bettie Page in "E! True Hollywood Story" (1996). Christa's far-ranging roles in include the movie Day of the Dead (2008) and the action-thriller Hero Wanted (2008) with Cuba Gooding Jr. also Lonely Hearts (2006), co-starring with John Travolta, James Gandolfini and Salma Hayek, and shares the screen with Nicolas Cage in The Wicker Man (2006).
She has since starred in the action flick Lies & Illusions (2009) with Christian Slater, and performed in the comedy Finding Bliss (2009) with Leelee Sobieski.
Scott Spiegel: Hostel 3 Director & Hostels 1 & 2 Producer
October 26, 2011 05:46 PM PDT
We sat down and spoke with director Scott Spiegel, whose upcoming film Hostel III seems to be shrouded in mystery. It may be in Post-Production, but the cast and crew have remained quite tight-lipped regarding the project as a whole. The film apparently takes place in Las Vegas during a bachelor party, and somehow those in attendance get involved in the Elite Hunting organization that has been profiled in the previous films. We picked his brain for almost 2 hours about not only Hostel III, but also Hostel I and II of which he was a Producer. What can we expect? What kind of kill-scenes and tortures? Will it be even gorier than the first two? Will we finally see the network depth of Elite Hunting? You will get answers to all of these questions and more, as Scott opened up to us about what fans can expect to see in the third entry of the Hostel franchise.A Serbian Film - Actor Sergej Trifunovic
May 03, 2011 11:43 AM PDT
The Ladies of ARR had the pleasure of sitting down with Sergej Trifunovic, the amazing actor who plays the director "Vukmir" in the most controversial movie of 2010, "A Serbian Film.""The Walking Dead" - IronE Singleton
October 12, 2011 06:06 PM PDT
IronE plays T-Dog on AMC's hit show The Walking Dead, and is quite possibly one of the sweetest souls we've encountered since doing the show. We talked to IronE about the show, and even made a wager on whether or not his character will be killed off in Season 2. You may also recognize IronE as the total badass in the feel-good family film, The Blind Side.
Need any more of an incentive to listen to the show than we have already given? IronE does a little impromptu rap for us of his song, "We Are the Walking Dead." That's right...he raps for us.
Amber Benson of Buffy the Vampire Slayer - 10/22/10
October 26, 2010 01:49 PM PDT
Amber Benson is perhaps best known for her role as Tara Maclay on the hit TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but has also directed, produced and starred in her own films Chance (2002) and Lovers Liars & Lunatics (2006). She is also co-director along with Adam Busch of the upcoming film Drones.
Benson also writes novels and comic books. She took part in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Willow and Tara comic books titled "WannaBlessedBe", Wilderness #1 and Wilderness #2. In September 2007, Benson signed a three-book deal with Ginjer Buchanan of Penguin Books. The first book was Death's Daughter, an Ace imprint paperback which was released on February 24, 2009, and the second book is Cats Claw, released on February 23, 2010. Among the Ghosts was released in August 2010.
Join us as we sit down and talk with Amber about her past and upcoming projects!Greg Lamberson, Director of Slime City Massacre
June 29, 2011 08:24 PM PDT
"Gregory Lamberson is the sort of force that dark fantasy and horror are lucky to have. The multi-talented director of both the cult NYC backyard gorefest SLIME CITY and it's new sequel/remake SLIME CITY MASSACRE genuinely loves what he does, expressing his rather unbalanced - and thats meant in the most positive way possible - psyche in as many media as he can get his mitts on." - Chris Alexander, Fangoria
We had the pleasure of speaking with Greg Lamberson, writer and director of Slime City Massacre, the awesome sequel to his 1988 cult classic, Slime City. From the political and religious commentaries, to Debbie Rochon and her slime-gina, we covered all things SCM. He even told us some interesting behind-the-scene stories!
Neil Brown Jr. of "The Walking Dead" and "Battle:LA" and Conversations w/a Scream Queen featuring Andie Noir!
April 08, 2011 09:32 PM PDT
Join us, Julie and Robin, as we talk with Neil Brown Jr. about his experiences on "The Walking Dead" and whether he will be back for a 2nd season! We also chat about Battle: Los Angeles and what the future has in store for him.
This show also marks the premiere of our segment, "Conversations with a Scream Queen," featuring Andie Noir! Andie is an amazing horror actress from Nashville, TN and is currently as a Scream Queen for Flickering Candle Productions. She has appeared in films for them such as "Dead Start", "Horrotica" and in production "Deadliest Gender"
The Human Centipede - Ashley C Williams "Middle-pede"
January 07, 2011 08:40 PM PST
We had the pleasure of sitting down and talking to Ashley C Williams about how it feels to have been in the most controversial movie of 2010. The Human Centipede has both disgusted and amazed critics and viewers alike. Ashley C Williams played the protagonist in the film, but she is much more than just the “middle segment.” Ashley has a rich education in theater and is a singer, dancer, actress and producer.
"The August Underground" trilogy - Fred Vogel of Toe Tag Pictures
April 23, 2011 11:54 AM PDT
Join us as we sit down with Fred Vogel, founder of Toe Tag Inc. and creator of the legendary August Underground series. Fred is one of Horror's most notorious directors. Starting his career in sculpture and special effects, he quickly became an instructor at Tom Savini's Special Make-Up Effects Program. His first film, August Underground, was banned in several countries and even caused him to be arrested while entering Canada. Mordum, the sequel to AU, can be found on any list (usually as #1) of the Sickest Films Ever made.
Denise Gossett, Founder and Director of the Shriekfest Film Festival
May 20, 2011 08:28 PM PDT
If you are an independent film maker and want to submit to festivals, this is the show you will want to take notes on. Denise gives unique perspectives as both an actress and the Founder/Director of Shriekfest Film Festival. Shriekfest is now preparing for it’s 11th year in Los Angeles, CA this fall. She delves into the dos and don’ts of film submissions, and also lends some perspective on the horror industry itself. Denise has had several movie & television appearances over the course of the last 18 years including TV shows like “The Office” and “Untold Stories of the ER”, as well as movies such as “How I Spent My Summer Vacation” (With Mel Gibson) & “Chain of Souls”.
In a nutshell, this lady knows what she is talking about! Show airs Friday, May 20th, 10:30 PM ET.Actor Bill Oberst Jr. Returns! (The Shunning, Nude Nuns w/Big Guns, A Haunting in Salem)
August 11, 2011 05:01 AM PDT
Oh Bill Oberst Jr., how we do love thee! We have been keeping up with Bill's latest scares and tears as he takes horror and Hallmark by storm. Yes, we said Hallmark! Find out what he's been up to and how much he's missed us on Wednesday August 10, 2011 (9PM ET/6PM PT).
Nude Nuns with Big Guns - Bill Oberst Jr.
March 25, 2011 08:44 PM PDT
Bill Oberst Jr. was a mild-mannered east coast stage actor for 12 years before coming to Hollywood and discovering he was terrifying. That was 3 years and 40 film projects ago. Along the way, Oberst has developed a reputation among LA indie filmmakers as "the guy with the disturbing screen presence," and one of the most consistently working actors in town. For anyone who has wondered what it takes to be a working actor in the world's most competitive talent market, Bill's experiences and stories are an education and great fun.
September 15, 2011 04:21 AM PDT
With film titles such as Teenage Bikini Vampire and Confederate Zombie Massacre! it’s no wonder writer/directrix Devi Snively’s signature “romantic musical horror comedy” genre has been likened to everything from the silent classics of Buster Keaton to EC Comics to Tim Burton and beyond. With Death In Charge she continues to explore themes of life and death with playful irony.
November 02, 2011 05:54 PM PDT
FATAL PICTURES is proud to announce "FAMILIAR", a new Horror short starring Robert Nolan, Astida Auza and Cathryn Hostick as the seemingly idyllic yet ultimately doomed Dodd Family.Through a series of tragic events a middle aged man grows to suspect the negative impulses plaguing his mind may not be his own.Best/Worst of Christmas Horror with the guys from Slashercast!
December 16, 2011 07:24 PM PST
Ladies and Gentlemen...I think we have met our male counterparts! The boys...men...sausagefest over at the new hit horror-cast "SlasherCast" invited us on to their show and it was instant matrimony. We had such a fun time on their show that we had to invite them over to ARR for your listening pleasure. We talked Xmas horror movies all night long with a hint of Walking Dead discussion. Plenty of side chatter to go around as well. You HAVE to listen to this episode where we visited their show to get a taste of what's to come on ARR. We had a technical fail last night SO...Tune in Friday, December 16th at 9pm ET for an honorary airing and introduction to SlasherCast!
Julianna Robinson & Matt & Sean Kohnen of AHHH! Zombies!
June 04, 2011 05:37 AM PDT
We spoke with Julianna Robinson (actress) and Matt and Sean Kohnen (writers/directors) of the amazingly unique zombie flick, "AAAH! Zombies!"
Dee Wallace - Legendary Actress/ Horror Icon & Author - 11/05/10
November 09, 2010 09:50 AM PST
Join Julie and Robin as we sit down with Dee Wallace, actress and author. Dee is likely most well-known for her role as Eliot's mother in Stephen Spielberg's E.T. Her other credits include The Howling, Cujo, The Hills Have Eyes and Rob Zombie's Halloween.
Dee Wallace's Biography
Originally from Kansas City, Kansas, Dee Wallace has become one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood. Working with such notable names as Steven Speilberg, Wes Craven, Peter Jackson, Stephen King, and recently Rob Zombie, perhaps her best known role is as the mother in E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial. In addition to acting, Ms. Wallace has also authored a book dedicated to the art of self healing. She also conducts monthly workshops to introduce people to the healing techniques outlined in her book, Conscious Creation. To see testimonials as to how her techniques work go to www.officialdeewallace.com
AllHorror.Net's, AllHorror has quickly become one of the most popular horror radio shows on the web. Co-hosts, Robin & Julie, explore the horror genre & industry via celebrity interviews, horror reviews and news. Previous interviews include such guests as the cast members of AMC's "The Walking Dead", "VH1's Scream Queens", "SAW 3D", "The Human Centipede", "Hostel III" & "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", amongst many others. All horror discussions live here including foreign, mainstream, cult classics, indie films, and all of your favorite TV shows. Also featured on the show are well respected specialists in horror, providing behind the scenes insight into navigating the industry.
Access all previous episodes, horror reviews, news & blogs on the official website at www.AllHorror.net.
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