Corpse Club is the official DailyDead.com podcast! Featuring a mix of Daily Dead staff and special guests, each episode of Corpse Club will dive into the world of horror entertainment. Welcome to the Corpse Club!
Episode 198: Indie Horror Month - Aaron B. Koontz on SCARE PACKAGE, THE PALE DOOR, and More!
On this special Indie Horror Month episode of Daily Dead's official podcast, Heather Wixson is joined by Paper Street Pictures CEO/founder and Blood Oath co-founder Aaron B. Koontz! Listen as Koontz discusses his inspiring filmmaking journey, from attending Full Sail University to producing independent horror movies to stepping behind the camera as a co-writer and director for Camera Obscura, Scare Package, and The Pale Door. Koontz also shares vital advice for indie filmmakers looking to bring their own stories to life on screen, which is something he does as a development and production expert at Blood Oath!
Episode 197: Indie Horror Month - Producer Heather Buckley on THE RANGER, Blu-ray Special Features, and Black Mansion Films
On this special Indie Horror Month episode of Daily Dead's official podcast, Heather Wixson is joined by prolific producer and Black Mansion Films founder and CEO Heather Buckley! Listen as Heather Buckley discusses her eclectic filmmaking career, including her insightful special features for renowned Blu-ray releases (such as The Thing, Candyman, and Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight), being a producer for Jenn Wexler's The Ranger, and launching the inclusive movie studio Black Mansion Films!
Episode 196: Horror BFFs - Celebrating 40 Years of Joe Dante's THE HOWLING
This year marks four decades since Joe Dante's The Howling (based on Gary Brandner's novel of the same name) roared into theaters, and Horror BFFs Heather Wixson and Patrick Bromley celebrate the iconic film's 40th anniversary on this episode of Daily Dead's official podcast! Listen as Heather and Patrick take a nostalgic trip to the Colony with their in-depth discussion of The Howling, from its unique take on lycanthropes and Rob Bottin's amazing makeup effects to its shocking ending and memorable performances from a cast led by Dee Wallace!
Episode 195: LEPRECHAUN Franchise, EVENT HORIZON Blu-ray, ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE DARK?
On this episode of Daily Dead's official podcast, Corpse Club co-hosts Scott Drebit, Bryan Christopher, Tamika Jones, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James discuss what they've been watching lately, including the Leprechaun films, Scream Factory's new Event Horizon Collector's Edition Blu-ray, Are You Afraid of the Dark? (both the original series and the recent seasons Carnival of Doom and Curse of the Shadows), the Mothman episodes of Riverdale, Anthony Hickox's Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat, as well as Natasha Kermani's Lucky and Ken Russell's The Devils, which are now streaming on Shudder!
Episode 194: COME TRUE Writer/Director Anthony Scott Burns
On this episode of Daily Dead's official podcast, Heather Wixson is joined by writer/director Anthony Scott Burns to discuss his new movie Come True, which is out now from IFC Midnight! Listen as Heather talks with Anthony about his ambitious sci-fi horror film, from its haunting depiction of dreams and unique portrayal of sleep paralysis to its engaging performances and mesmerizing score by Electric Youth and Pilotpriest.
Episode 193: THE VIGIL, WILLY'S WONDERLAND, and KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER
From the anticipated video game Aliens: Fireteam and new movies such as The Vigil and Willy's Wonderland to the classic TV series Kolchak: The Night Stalker and must-read comic books like Immortal Hulk and Planet Hulk, Corpse Club co-hosts Scott Drebit, Bryan Christopher, Tamika Jones, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James discuss plenty of scary good entertainment on this episode of Daily Dead's official podcast!
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Even though it’s the podcast of a pretty big horror website, the hosts have the feel of something small and independent. That’s the key to it’s success. Really fun, I only wish they’d do more to dive deeper into older horror. Give us that Count Yorga podcast, Jonathan! ;)
Excellent for all genre fans
The energy of the show is so kinetic and entertaining, it’s clear the hosts have a blast recording each episode. On top of being hilarious, the hosts are also extremely knowledgeable on the genre. The discussions they carry are not only extremely interesting, but it feels like you are discussing the genre with your close friends. A fantastic listen for all horror fans!
This podcast is decent. Everyone is likable and it’s not negative. My one complaint..... Heather won’t stop talking about how old she is. At least 3 times every episode. My god!!!!!! She is barely 40 I think. What the hell is she gonna do when she turns 50 and 60. Crawl into a grave?!! It’s just really repetitive and annoying. I cut off a full star just for that.