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Episode 646: Interview with AJ Briones

For today’s show we had the opportunity to interview AJ Briones about his new short film The Smiling Man which has been winning numerous awards at Film Festivals around the world. AJ gives a fascinating insight into how the film was made and the origins of the intense Smiling Man.

Dee Omen full review: The Smiling Man

Episode 645: Friday the 13th Multi Movie Marathon Review Madness

It’s Friday the 13th! In this special edition of the Horror Heroes podcast we cover every single Friday the 13th horror film from Part 1 all the way to the 2009 reboot, including info on some of our past and future guests’ favorite kills from the franchise. Plus we talk about Green Room, The Darkness, Lights Camera Blood!, and some exciting things to come. Be sure to pay close attention. We will have fun trivia questions about F13 and one question at the end where you could potentially win a blu-ray copy of Crystal Lake Memories!

The Blogging Banshee full review: Green Room, The Darkness

DeeOmen full review: Lights Camera Blood!

Episode 644 (Probably): Interview with Brian Deane

For today’s show we had the opportunity to interview Brian Deane all the way from Ireland. Brian is the director of two fantastic short films, Blight and Foxglove. We got to chat about about his shorts, as well as how get became interested in horror. Don’t forget to also check out an exclusive review for Foxglove by The Blogging Banshee!

The Blogging Banshee full review: Foxglove
Dee Omen full review: Blight

Episode 643: International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival and Phoenix Film Festival 2016 Review Show

Today we review all the movies we saw at the International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival and the Phoenix Film Festival which just wrapped up this week. These include, deep breath, The Smiling Man, Blight, Under the Shadows, Last Girl Standing, The Cruel Tale of the Medicine Man, Night of Something Strange, The Dark Tapes, The Greasy Strangler, Night of the Slasher, and The Blackcoat’s Daughter. Plus we have an interview with Ben Moody, director of Last Girl Standing. Plus we have exclusive, er, stuff. Plus we have a Fun Fact that becomes a Fun Amazing Fact. Plus … we have a theme tune!

The Blogging Banshee Full Reviews: Under the Shadow, Last Girl Standing, The Cruel Tale of the Medicine Man, Night of Something Strange, The Blackcoat’s Daughter

Dee Omen Full Reviews: The Cruel Tale of the Medicine Man, Blight (Short), Last Girl Standing, Night of Something Strange, The Smiling Man (Short)

WORLD EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with the one and only MONTE YAZZIE, Director of the International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival.

Monte took time out of his busy schedule to answer our questions via technology. He pulls no punches and says it like it is.

HH: Monte, we heard you have some really scaretastic new horror movies at this year’s International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival. Can you either confirm or deny this?

Monte: Yes, I can.

HH: Monte, we also heard rumors that you will be showing some really thrillmongous shorts at this year’s International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival. Can you either confirm or deny this?

Monte: Yes, I can.

HH: Monte, finally, we also heard rumbles that there might be some special guests at this year’s International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival. Can you either confirm or deny this?

Monte: Yes, I can.

There it is folks!  World Exclusives from HorrorHeroes.com!

Like Dorothy and the Scarecrow, The Blogging Banshee and DeeOmen hope to have an audio visual audience with the great Wizard of Yaz imminently (or sooner) to see what tidbits of informational treasure we can bring back for you. Stay tuned!

Be sure to click on the links to find out more about the International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival, and we’ll see you there.

IHSFF

Episode 641

Wherein The Blogging Banshee and DeeOmen introduce themselves, review 10 Cloverfield Lane, chat about the recent Cinequest Film Festival, get all excited about the upcoming Phoenix Film Festival and the International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival, and finally get all scared in the daytime talking about Lights Out!

Full reviews for 10 Cloverfield Lane, We Go On, and The Secret of 40.