The Electric Chair 026: The Green Man

October 21, 2012

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It’s an honor to be featuring filmmaker Jason Figgis of October Eleven Pictures on the show this week. He’s just completed an amazing post-apocalyptic horror film called Railway Children, and is a force to be reckoned with in the independent horror world.

Midnight Corey recounts his strange weekend at the Eerie Horror Film Festival, talking about the films he saw, the people he met, and the unforeseen happenings he experienced.

Another story from Ambrose Bierce is told in Tales from the Electric Chair — "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge."

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0:00:00 » Intro
0:13:20 » Eerie Horror Film Festival
0:46:08 » Jason Figgis
1:53:20 » Tales from the Electric Chair
2:14:07 » Outro
2:15:17 » Music

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4 Responses to “The Electric Chair 026: The Green Man”

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  2. Ted E Haynes says:

    Sir- thanks for speaking about the other side. this was the winner of the first annual Zombie Shorts Film Festival held in Pittsburgh and hosted by Confluence Productions. As winner of our fest, The Other Side screened at the Eerie Horror Fest.

    • Midnight Corey says:

      Ted: Thank you for listening! The Other Side was my favorite film — long or short — that screened at EHFF.

      Your fest looked really fantastic, and I’m sad that I wasn’t able to attend this year. I’m a native to Western PA, and it’s really cool to see passionate filmmakers and fans in the area do such great work.

  3. Phil M says:

    Wow! Even the trailer for the Green man was bad…So many people involved in so much awfulness too…I see what you mean by being embarrassed for them.

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