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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.

May 17, 2018

Extra-long episode! Director Lynne Hansen talks independent filmmaking with Mary, Lombardo, and special guest co-host Joe Ripple. Then, find out what happened behind-the-scenes at last week's second successful telethon as Brian, Mary and Dave are joined in studio by Shelly and Armand Rosamilia for a full recap, as...


May 10, 2018

On the eve of the second annual Horror Show with Brian Keene telethon, Brian, Mary, and Dave have an in-depth discussion on the history, influences, themes, and impact of Peter Straub's A DARK...


May 3, 2018

As the second annual Horror Show with Brian Keene telethon approaches, Mary sits down with authors Shikhar Dixit and Gary Frank for a discussion on perseverence and how anxiety and depression impact creativity. Plus Bryan Smith's new novel, the Clarke Awards shortlist, JAWBREAKERS: LOST SOULS dominates, more...


Apr 26, 2018

 

 

Wile E. Young visits the studio to discuss Godzilla, Goosebumps, his influences, meeting Richard Laymon's remains, CLICKERS FOREVER, and his forthcoming collaboration with Stephen Kozeniewski. Plus the Universal Fancon con, JAWBREAKERS, Michael Bailey parts ways with Dark Regions, Amber Fallon's new anthology,...


Apr 19, 2018

John Bruni joins Brian, Dave, Lombardo, and Phoebe in the studio to discuss bridging the gap between horror and bizarro, the re-release of his crime novel STRIP, faith-affirming science fiction, promotion without social media, and much more. Plus, the Associated Press discovers the horror genre, and J. F. Gonzalez's car...