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The Horror Show with Brian Keene

THE HORROR SHOW WITH BRIAN KEENE is a weekly podcast hosted by best-selling writer Brian Keene and musician, animation and video game veteran Dave Thomas. Each week, Brian, Dave, and their occasional co-hosts authors Geoff Cooper and Mary SanGiovanni, director Mike Lombardo, the bubbly Phoebe, and nine-year-old Dungeonmaster 77.1 - discuss the latest news in horror fiction, films, comic books, games, and more, along with in-depth interviews with horror's biggest names, historical perspectives on the genre, and much more.
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Feb 16, 2017

Best-selling author Ronald Malfi sits down with Brian and Dave for an in-depth, career-spanning discussion of his origins, his work, the literature of genre, changing publishers, his new rock band, and much more. He also plays a short acoustic set. Also in this episode, a remembrance of Edward Bryant and a look back at the seminal DARK FORCES anthology. Plus, as Samhain Publishing closes its doors forever, we've got an exclusive from Jonathan Janz! And another exclusive from Richard Chizmar regarding his forthcoming collaboration with Stephen King! And movie news for Lee Thomas. And bad news for Paramount's horror movies. And worse news for contributors and subscribers to Fangoria. 

Feb 9, 2017

Sexual assault allegations against author G Arthur Brown have left the Bizarro genre in turmoil. Brian and Dave sort through the facts and discuss the case, as well as examining its impact on the future of the community, and why the Bizarro genre finds itself so divided.  Plus, Wrath James White's German book signing tour, Jeff Strand's new book deal, promotions for Mike Lombardo and Mary SanGiovanni, the trailer for season two of STRANGER THINGS, and how Sarah Pinborough's newest pinnacle of success affects her old friends Brian and Christopher Golden.

Feb 2, 2017

Mary SanGiovanni and Somer Canon discuss twenty years of industry changes for women in horror. Brian and Dave discuss the epic 100th episode telethon. Plus John Hurt in remembrance, Bernie Wrightson retires, Graham Masterton honored, Tony Todd as Dormammu, Dave's review of THE OA, Mary is perplexed by EL TOPO, and Kevin Strange can't afford advertising.  

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