Weaving in and out of your conscious like a bad dream you can’t wake from....This is the Nightmare Junkhead podast!
Join Greg D and Jenius McGee (Nerds of Nostalgia) as they take a weekly look into horror with reviews, news and interviews. Listen on Soundcloud, iTunes or BoomHowdy.com or check out one of our live events!
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EP 411: Sharktopus
Greg and Jenius close out this year's Sharktember by heading to SyFy country as they talk 2010's Sharktopus!
EP 410: Deep Blue Sea
Sharktember finds Greg and Jenius looking for a hat as they dive into 1999's Deep Blue Sea!
EP 409: Great White
Greg and Jenius head over to Italy as Sharktember finds them taking in 1981's Great White!
EP 408: Sharksploitation
If it's September then that means it's no longer safe to go in the water as Sharktember returns with the Shudder documentary Sharksploitation!
EP 407: Patrick Rea
The celebration of local artists continues as Greg and Jenius welcome Patrick Rea to talk a plethora of topics!
EP 406: Xanadu Hellfire
Our celebration of local artists finds us graced with the presence of Erica and Zach Kauffman of Atomic Cotton to talk the kind of kid friendly ride that is Xanadu Hellfire!
Don’t Let Go…
Greg D and Jenius are amazingly entertaining to listen to and we’ll versed in the genre. Also the shear amount of mentions Ed Harris’ dance in Creepshow gets is wonderful.
One of the best horror podcasts
I’ve only recently became a fan of Nightmare Junkhead, after having gone to their Friday Night Frights at Screenland theater that they host. Decided to start listening to their podcast, and it has joined my rotation along with the Movie Crypt and Colors of the Dark. Both hosts are very humorous and entertaining to listen to, and their knowledge and insights on horror and impeccable. I have a great time listening.
So many good things
There are so many good things about this podcast. Of course I subscribed for the horror content, however what makes it truly enjoyable are the hosts. Their earnestness is something that seems so rare these days. You can tell they truly love the subject. They discuss horror with zero judgment. There's no snobbiness. This is one of those podcasts where I've found myself thinking, I wish I could sit down over beers with these guys. Good stuff.