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.
This week Adam talks to our old friend Jaime Moyer about the beginning and possible future of their relationship before turning his attention to someone with inside knowledge on the events of The Sixth Sense. This episode brought to you Live from beautiful Ferndale, Michigan as a part of the Detroit Improv Festival.
Sometimes we find horror in the strangest of places. This week we talk to two people involved in a special relationship after catching up with our old pals Marty and Sarah from Marty & Sarah Love Wrestling.
The great Janet Varney stops by to talk Comic Con and to fill us in on some of her many killer projects. Then Adam talks to a Maine teen about life, death and the in-between and how they're all connected to a local pet cemetery.
This week Adam talks to improvisors Lauren Bickers and Cara Trautman about their fears surrounding water and early horror film experiences. Then he catches up with two sisters who may still be alive today due to their laissez faire approach to life.
This week Adam talks to Detroit improvisors Joe Hingelberg and Travis Pelto about their love and hate of the horror genre and then catches up with two gentlemen from an airline cleanup crew to hear some of the unusual details of the job.
This week Adam talks to an adjunct professor from an American university about murder, while male privilege and a game that should probably never be played on a school campus while also catching up with our long time friend Mark Sobolewski.
Today we challenge the vow of til death do us part as we talk to the bride of a re-animated corpse who seems to be coping quite well. We also talk to our good friend and great improvisor Jen Hansen from the podcast Transmissions from the Darkside to find out what got her into the horror genre.