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Deadly Videogame Sira Achra with Levu Buchanan
Maybe one of the coolest Kickstarters that we have stumbled upon. Levi Buchanan’s Sitra Achra is a multimedia experience including a feature film that focuses on a cursed video game AND the very real video game that’s been made to accompany the movie. THIS is just the best kind of crazy and we can’t wait to see it breathe it’s first breath!!! The Kickstarter is still running here: Sitra Achra on Twitter
Night Terrors Radio – Malefice with Sean Austin
Wanting revenge after Sean Austin crossed over two trapped souls from a dark location, an evil presence tried to seek retaliation against him for 5 years. Coming to this realization, Sean knew he had to return with friend and fellow investigators Dave Spinks and Eric Conner with the hope of finally finishing what he started and sending it back to where it belongs…HELL.
Evil Dead Retrospective with Adam Stiegert
With Evil Dead Rises looming over the horror horizon for its 2022 slated HBO Max release, we wanted to take a night and reminisce about one of our favorite horror series, Evil Dead!, We invite The Horrific Evil Monsters director Adam Stiegert back to the Horror-Fix lans for a night of boomsticks and S-Mart specials!!!
The Bell Witch with author Pat Fitzhugh
Pat Fitzhugh has written two books about the Bell Witch legend: “The Bell Witch Haunting” and “The Bell Witch: The Full Account.” Two later movies took the name of his first book. His second book, “The Bell Witch: The Full Account,” introduced over 50 previously unpublished facts about the case, making it the first major publication about the subject since Ingram. It also debunked several popular myths and misconceptions, and provided extensive bibliographical footnotes and discussion notes, effectively raising the bar for modern Bell Witch research. Most Bell Witch books and articles published after “The Full Account” have made extensive use of the information it introduced, and mostly without attribution. Fitzhugh played a role in 2015’s A&E’s TV series, “Cursed! The Bell Witch,” where he acted as an advisor to the sleuths who were investigating the case. He has also been a contributing author of several publications, including “Weird US,” from Barnes and Noble Press. He wrote the foreword to Lori Crane’s Amazon bestseller, “The Legend of Stuckey’s Bridge,” and is interviewed on the Hollywood motion picture DVD, “An American Haunting,” starring Sissy Spacek and Donald Sutherland. His other credits include appearing in productions aired by Fox Entertainment, The History Channel, The Learning Channel, Discovery, Turner Broadcasting, and The Travel Channel. His latest appearance was in Small Town Monsters’ 2020 documentary movie entitled, “The Mark of the Bell Witch.” Also in 2020, as a musician, he collaborated with award-winning songwriter Mike Richards to pen “The Bell Witch – Let the Game Begin,” which released to all retailers on October 1st. Soon thereafter, the song debuted at #7 on the Blues and Roots Radio charts, peaking at #3 in early December. Pat Fitzhugh resides in middle Tennessee. He held elected public office from 1990-1992, and has in the past been a member of the Robertson County Historical Society, Toastmasters International, and Sertoma. He is currently involved with the Nashville Blues and Roots Music Alliance, and serves on the Board of Directors of a non-profit historic preservation group. In his limited spare time, he enjoys road trips, photography, and fishing. He is also an accomplished guitarist and session musician, specializing in rock and blues.
Vincente DiSante and Never Hike in the Snow
It’s been three long years since we last caught up with filmmaker Vincente hot on the release of his groundbreaking Friday the 13th fan film, Never Hike Alone. Fast forward to 2020 and we sat down with Vincente to discuss his follow up, Never Hike in the Snow and the impact that his contributions have made to the face of the franchise. Listen to the full conversation below!
No Escape Director Will Wernick
Escape rooms have always had this dark allure for me. One the one side of the sword they are a novelty, a parlor trick and a helluva lotta of fun. On the other side there is always the possibility that some insidious force is at work, waiting for hapless participants to sign their lives away to a grueling and horrible exercise in fear that ultimately leads to their demise. This fear has never been more present than in in the films of director Will Wernick. Director of the recently released No Escape (2020) and its predecessor Escape Room (2017), Will took time from his busy schedule to share his inspiration behind his latest thriller. No Escape is currently available on Amazon Prime to stream here
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