The Electric Chair 010: A Visceral Experience

July 1, 2012


For this tenth episode, Midnight Corey is really happy — and somewhat intimidated — to talk with Shannon Lark and Heidi Honeycutt from Viscera. They talk about the upcoming Viscera Film Festival, women in horror, and the state of entertainment today.

Also, filmmaker Nadine L’Esperance stops by the ol’ Chair to talk about her shorts Maya’s Journal and Madame Soleil’s Tea Party. They also discuss the horror film Martyrs (2008). Great stuff!

Last, but certainly not least, Midnight Corey wecomes Tony Wash to the show. He’s a wonderfully ambitious fimmaker who has an incredible outlook about filmmaking and horror. They talk about his current projects and the challenges of independent filmmaking.

The very generous Florida Possum is sponsoring the Trollhunter Blu-ray giveaway contest! Let me know via email, the contact page, Twitter, Facebook, or voicemail (206-337-5096) that you’d like to be part of this contest, and you’ll be entered!

All that and a good dose of Midnight Corey’s randomness. Leave a comment here and on iTunes if you would be so kind.

If you would like to leave feedback, voicemail, or send a review to be played on the show, you can upload it on the Contact page. Or call the new fancy voicemail line! 206-337-5096

0:00:00 » Intro
0:18:45 » Shannon Lark & Heidi Honeycutt from Viscera
1:21:21 » Nadine L’Esperance
1:52:33 » Tony Wash
3:17:03 » Outro
3:18:50 » Music


One response to “The Electric Chair 010: A Visceral Experience”

  1. Akcay says:

    Dear Sir or Madam,

    I would like to share the 1’st trailer of our upcoming horror movie Reminiscence.

    Shall we ask you to post and share our trailer on your pages? And the movie info, if it’s possible.

    King Regards
    Visual Project Lead / Director

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