Some folks train an entire life to be a part of an elite special forces team only to miss the big mission due to a last minute injury. Today's guest shares how this mishap may have been the luckiest of his life.
Martin Waggle, legal representative for Zenith Electronics, stops by the show to discuss how his client is in no way responsible for the mysterious deaths associated with the urban legend of a haunted VHS tape.
On the inaugural episode of My Neighbors Are Dead our guest is Connie [Redacted] a lesser known patient of Dr. Samuel Loomis who also treated notorious killer Michael Myers. Adam gets to know Connie and her woes while hearing more about the events in Haddonfield, Illinois.
Join Adam and Nate as they revisit some of their favorite episodes. Caterer Gerald Dean joins Adam this week to discuss the trials of the catering job that led him to an early retirement and many others to their deaths.
This week we bring back one of our all time favorite people Tara Rase. We talk to Tara about Halloween with the family and growing up WT. Then we turn our attention to guest Carrie who has some very specific insight into the family from The People Under the Stairs.
This week is the return of Danny (from our Mayhem and Purge live from Go Comedy episodes) who joins us for a special Halloween episode to talk Michael Myers and more. Listen to the end as some things may be changing for Adam and for My Neighbors Are Dead.
Jonathan Barkan stops by to talk about his path to Dread Central, his favorite Michigan scares, and some of his incredible experiences working in the industry. Then we talk to a guy named Jeffrey Russell who probably won't be seeing any magic shows anytime soon in this Clive Barker's Lord of Illusions themed episode.
Our old friend Andrew Knox sits down with Adam before we are joined once again by Woodsboro's own Luke Mack who tells of his continued quest to woo Sidney Prescott. Check out Luke's first time on the show in episode 14 or just jump in to hear the tales of Luke Mack: The College Years.
This week the the hilarious multi-hyphenate wrestler-jokester-musical theatre fan RJ City graces the couch before we talk to Louis, a man who proves that the grass, bush and tree are always greener on the other side. Don't miss this one.
The world of a Looper is a confusing one. There are rules to cloning and traveling space and time that we can only begin to understand. Today's guest gives us the keys to the basement and let's Adam wade through the goop. We also welcome back Alex Stypula who shares a story of Jorma Taccone and MacGruber.
This week we welcome back old friend Connor Thompson to talk scary movies and the secret to Matthew Broderick's youthful appearance before talking to a guest that has the inside scoop on life on the outside of Shawshank State Prison.
You may remember us visiting with Fright Night neighbor Ty Ryback in a previous episode. Well now we are revisiting the neighborhood to talk with someone with a completely different take on the town's local vampire.
It doesn't take a a scientist to tell you that overpopulation is becoming a serious issue. But how would you react if a significant portion of Earth's people were gone? Today's guest tells us how he handled it after an attack of The Living Dead.
This week we welcome our old friend Brett back to the show before talking to someone from another world who's using some pretty questionable political tactics in a misguided attempt to save humanity. You're just going to have to listen.
Jurassic Park made many of our childhood dreams come true while also opening the door for a new kind of nightmare in the hyper intelligent, fast moving predator the velociraptor. Today's guests show us a different side of the raptor while sorting who's a Blanche, who's a Rose and who's a Sophia.
In modern times, those with the resources can escape to the perceived safety of the suburbs. But what happens when it's that same environment that can give birth to a real threat? On today's episode we talk to a man that gives us an inside look at the dangers of suburban living.