Independent filmmaker extraordinare Peter Dukes of Dream Seekers Productions joins the show once more, bringing along wonderful talent from his latest short, Little Reaper — the stars of the film, Athena Baumeister and John Paul Ouvrier. Be sure you check out the short!
The weekend before Halloween, we will see the inaugural Housecore Horror Film Festival take place in Austin, Texas. In this show, Midnight Corey speaks with festival co-founder Corey Mitchell, true crime author, horror fan, and metal enthusiast. He’s teaming up with legendary metal frontman Philip H. Anselmo to bring this weekend full of amazing horror […]
Johnny B. Morbid is fixin’ to record his first album in 4 years, and needs your support to do it! Midnight Corey talks with the talented musician about the new album, “Welcome To Die,” as well as his other albums, his work with Marky Ramone and Michale Graves, and a lot more. It’s healthier for […]
It’s an honor to bring fellow zombie movie fanatic Mike Zombie — of A Little Dead Podcast fame — to the Electric Chair to talk about a subject that’s near and dear to the hearts of both him and Midnight Corey — metal! They turn it up to 11 in this first installment of discussing […]
This is the audio version of the Google Hangout with L. Gustavo Cooper and Jonathan Shepard, the masterminds behind zombie short Velvet Road and the upcoming feature Copiii: The 1st Entry. A wonderful time with some fantastic gentlemen. Watch the original Google Hangout! Copiii: The 1st Entry | official website | Facebook | IMDB Ending […]
The latest Google Hangout! With L. Gustavo Cooper and Jonathan Shepard, the masterminds behind zombie short Velvet Road and the upcoming feature Copiii: The 1st Entry. A wonderful time with some fantastic gentlemen. Copiii: The 1st Entry | official website | Facebook | IMDB
Chris Niespodzianski and Ray Mongelli from Orchard Place Productions stop by to talk with Midnight Corey about the making of the feature version of The Other Side, an amazing zombie short. They need your support, so be sure to help them out! Leave a comment here and on iTunes if you would be so kind. […]
In this audio version of the Google Hangout, Midnight Corey spills beer all over the place while talking with the wonderful Nadine L’Esperance and Samantha Mack about their new short No Pets Allowed. An amazing time! Watch this episode on Youtube! Leave a comment here and on iTunes if you would be so kind. If […]
Welcome to the first Electric Chair Google Hangout! Midnight Corey spills beer all over the place while talking with the wonderful Nadine L’Esperance and Samantha Mack about their new short No Pets Allowed. An amazing time! Nadine L’Esperance | Blue Girl Productions Samantha Mack | offical website | Facebook | Twitter The Fight United | […]
Master author David Dunwoody joins Midnight Corey to talk about his latest novel, The Harvest Cycle, as well as his other prolific writing and influences. He’s a truly wonderful man, and the discussion is fantastic. Leave a comment here and on iTunes if you would be so kind. If you would like to leave feedback, […]
It’s the latest from Texas Frightmare Weekend! Visionary Shawn Ewert returns to talk about his feature that begins shooting soon, Sacrament, and brings a lot of wonderful people along with him to talk about the film. Actor Troy Ford, actor/producer/wardrobe Amanda Rebholz, actor Jeff Hamielec, makeup artist Matt Ash, makeup artist Cory Ahre, and the […]
Sean Munger has authored a fantastic historic zombie novel Zombies of Byzantium, which places the zombie plague into the 8th century — the rule of the Roman Empire. The discussion is truly amazing. Leave a comment here and on iTunes if you would be so kind. If you would like to leave feedback, voicemail, or […]
Action Lab Entertainment is an amazing independent publisher of comics and graphic novels, and their new mature imprint Action Lab: Danger Zone is an exciting step in the growth of this great organization. Midnight Corey speaks with Dave Dwonch, the Creative Director at Action Lab Entertainment, as well as Jason Martin, the President of Action […]
L. Gustavo Cooper returns to the show, and was kind enough to bring along three actors from his upcoming feature Copiii: The First Entry — Emily Rogers, Graci Carli, and Rod Luzzo. You’ll hear lots of behind-the-scenes stories from the production of this highly-anticipated horror film. Leave a comment here and on iTunes if you […]
It’s an honor to feature David Crawford, who portrayed Dr. Foster in Dawn of the Dead (1978). Midnight Corey talks with David about his experiences in making the film, and a lot more. Leave a comment here and on iTunes if you would be so kind. If you would like to leave feedback, voicemail, or […]
Midnight Corey welcomes author Mark Slade to the show. His horrific tales have been read on the show, and it was great to meet the man behind the writing. They talk about things like reading, writing, Scientology, Dr. Who, Monty Python, serial killers, grammar, Joe Lansdale, backwards masking . . . then finally get around […]
William Sibley Hart played the zombie on The Walking Dead who bit Hershel’s leg, and he talks with Midnight Corey about his experiences with the amazing series. 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 […]
Good friend of the show Shawn Ewert of Right Left Turn Productions stops by again to chat with Midnight Corey. Exciting things are happening with pre-production for his upcoming cannibal feature Sacrament. They also talk about his short Jack’s Bad Day, Texas Frightmare Weekend, rare steak, and great things they’ve been watching, including season 3 […]
The hiatus is officially over! Midnight Corey is excited to welcome actress and model Melanie Robel back to the show. Melanie talks about the great things happening in her life, and the discussion includes pole dancing, Ted V. Mikels, nudity and sexuality, social media, cats, and Night of the Living Dead (1990). Leave a comment […]
This is the episode that was never completed. You’ll notice that it’s somewhat raw — the intro is different (what was originally going to be the outro); greenscreening was never completed because Midnight Corey decided to wear a green shirt, which really complicated things; there’s no music; and there are only a few titles. Instead […]
I’m coming back soon! And even the fall of a “huge” network can’t stop it.
Midnight Corey returns to the mic to tell you all about the return from hiatus. Thank you all for your patience while things are being restructured. Cheers!
Incredible author Eric S. Brown was kind enough to send in this week’s story: “Town Killer.” Mr. Brown has penned scores of great tales, and his recent Bigfoot War series has been garnering incredible reviews. Check out more of his work, and support this great talent!
This week we hear three tales by talented author Mark Slade: “Devil By Possession,” “Headlights,” and “The City.” Find out more about Mark at his blog.
Midnight Corey finishes out H.P. Lovecraft’s serial tale—”Herbert West-Reanimator”—this week. Listen to parts 1-4 on episodes 30, 31, 32, and 33 of The Electric Chair podcast. Part 5 happened last week.
Midnight Corey reads part 5 of “Herbert West-Reanimator” by H.P. Lovecraft. Listen to parts 1-4 on episodes 30, 31, 32, and 33 of The Electric Chair podcast.
Three spectacular guests join Midnight Corey this week: Kevin O’Laughlin, vocalist for New Jersey thrash/death metal band Strychnia; filmmaker/beer connoiseur Nadine L’Esperance of Blue Girl Productions; and filmmaker Tony Wash of Scotchworthy Productions. Midnight Corey reads part 4 of H.P. Lovecraft’s “Herbert West–Reanimator” in Tales from the Electric Chair, and reviews the next movie from Ultimate […]
We’re in zombie survival mode—and Operation Z is our guide. Midnight Corey chats with Damian from Lugdunum Studios—the creator of the series—as well as firearms expert and all-around badass Chris Costa about this outstanding zombie survial DVD series. Tom H also appears for a surprise segment, talking about The Dead in Dixon Indie Horror Film […]
Midnight Corey is excited to welcome talented filmmaker L. Gustavo Cooper back to the show, where they talk about his exciting new feature in the works called Copiii. They talk about a variety of amazing things, including the 2009 Sam Raimi horror film Drag Me To Hell. For even more goodness, Midnight Corey talks about […]
It’s an honor to welcome filmmaker Randal Plunkett to the show! He’s made an incredible zombie short called Out There (2012), which will ultimately become a feature. Randal is extremely passionate about horror and the art of filmmaking, which shows in his talk and work. Other highlights of the show include progressive metal ukuleke song […]
Another show jam-packed with awesomeness! Orchard Place Productions, the makers of The Other Side (2012), visits the show. Chris Niespodzianski, John Niespodzianski, Ray Mongelli, Catrina Rogers, Chucky Hendershot, and Brittany Spinelli join Midnight Corey for a great discussion of the phenomenal short film, and the upcoming feature. Original 2-man death metal band Silver Skull also […]
Midnight Corey is excited to welcome good friend and fellow podcaster Katie ROTS (of Rotten Rantings) back to the Chair. They talk about the apocalyptic zombie(?) film The Signal (2007). Midnight Corey reviews the zombie short Zombies and Cigarettes (2009). Burial Day Books has once again supplied this week’s story for Tales from the Electric […]
A treat for everyone this Halloween. Lots of readings and music that you’ll hopefully enjoy this Halloween. 0:00:00 » Intro / “Get Dead” by Shari Belafonte-Harper 0:02:59 » “The Interval” by Vincent O’Sullivan 0:15:30 » “Haunted House” by Jumpin’ Gene Simmons 0:17:57 » “Jabberwocky” by Lewis Carroll 0:19:01 » “Werecow” by Flippy T. Fishead & […]
Friend of the show Shawn Ewert of Right Left Turn Productions returns, bringing along filmmakers Justin Powers and Rafeal Santiago. They talk about Pot Zombies (2005), Pot Zombies 2: More Pot Less Plot (2012), and lots more. Midnight Corey draws the three winners for the Vultra Video Spine giveaway, and goes on to review the […]
Midnight Corey is joined by author Rob Watts to talk about his horror novella Huldufolk, and the movie House of the Devil (2009). The beer review is Great Lake Brewing’s Nosferatu.
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 […]
Filmmaker and all-around awesome person Nadine L’Esperance returns to the show this week to talk about horror, and the first zombie movie ever made, White Zombie (1932). Burial Day Books has been so generous as to offer up this week’s eerie story for Tales from the Electric Chair: “Chuckles” by Tim Tobin. Leave a comment […]
Two very special guests sit in the Electric Chair this week — actor Bill Oberst, Jr. from Take This Lollipop (2011) and Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies (2012) fame; and filmmaker/storyteller Peter Dukes from Dream Seekers Productions. In this week’s Tales from the Electric Chair, Midnight Corey reads "Dagon" by HP Lovecraft. Leave a comment here […]
Filmmaker Shawn Ewert returns to the show to talk with Midnight Corey about what’s going on a Right Left Turn Productions, and they also review Night of the Comet (1984). In this week’s Tales from the Electric Chair, Midnight Corey reads "Bolts" by John F.D. Taff, from his short story collection Little Deaths. A new […]
Jamie from Devour the Podcast and Evil Episodes joins Midnight Corey to talk with Gav Chuckie Steel, who directed the independent British slasher The Shadow of Death (2012). A new segment is introduced this week, as Midnight Corey debuts "Tales from the Electric Chair," in which he reads a horror story. He reads the short […]
Midnight Corey has returned from the Drive-In Super Monster Rama, and has plenty of recordings to share from that special weekend. You’ll hear from Katie ROTS and Chris Robo from Rotten Rantings, as well as Shawn from Angry Gnome Comics. Thank you to George Reis and the owners of the Riverside Drive-In for a truly […]
Actress Sandra DaCosta joins Midnight Corey, and they talk about her work and review Pan’s Labyrinth (2006). Midnight Corey also talks about two books from St. Martin’s Press: Harbor by John Ajvide Lindqvist, and A Book of Horrors, edited by Stephen Jones. Sandra DaCosta | IMDB | Twitter Harbor | paperback | Kindle A Book […]
Magnificent author John F.D. Taff joins Midnight Corey this week, discussing his collection of short stories entitled Little Deaths, writing, film, An American Werewolf in London (1981), and lots of random things Midnight Corey throws at him. A new contest is announced! Leave a comment here and on iTunes if you would be so kind. […]
Midnight Corey welcomes author/musician Rob Watts to The Electric Chair, and they talk about Rob’s book/CD Huldufólk, as well as the Ti West film House of the Devil (2009). 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 […]
Actress Sandra DaCosta is in the Electric Chair this week, talking about her work, horror, and Pan’s Labyrinth (2006). 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 […]
Midnight Corey celebrates shark week by talking about the newest release of Jaws. Then director L. Gustavo Cooper stops by to talk about his wonderful zombie short, Velvet Road. L. Gustavo Cooper | Facebook | website | Benderzilla Velvet Road | trailer | behind the scenes | fundraising video | actor Walter Coulton | actor […]
Two fellow podcasters join Midnight Corey on short notice to take part in an epic discussion of a legendary zombie movie: Return of the Living Dead (1985)—Jamie (Devour the Podcast, Evil Episodes) and Evil Dave (The Insideoutcast). All that and a good dose of Midnight Corey’s randomness. Leave a comment here and on iTunes if […]
This episode is dedicated to the celebration of the successful funding of DIEMONSTERDIE’s new album. Congratulations! Talented author and zombie expert Tonia Brown joins Midnight Corey to talk about her prolific, original work. They also talk about John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness (1988). The director of the zombie short film Velvet Road, L. Gustavo Cooper, […]
Actor/author Bradford Tatum joins Midnight Corey to talk about his work, his novel The Monster’s Muse, and finally Lon Chaney. Bradford Tatum | The Monster’s Muse website | Kindle edition | I Can Only Give You Everything Kindle edition Beer reviews make a comeback! Midnight Corey tries Elysian Brewing’s Loser Pale Ale, “Celebrating over 20 […]
First of all, actor and award-winning author Bradford Tatum joins Midnight Corey this week to talk about his brilliant book The Monster’s Muse, and some Lon Chaney. Next, guitarist from the wonderful horror punk band DieMonsterDie—Shadow Windhawk—steps into the Electric Chair to talk about the band, and a couple Rob Zombie movies: House of 1000 […]
Two men of extraordinary magnitude join Midnight Corey in the Chair this week: Bryan Wolford from Drunken Zombie returns to talk about American Psycho (2000); and Misfitboy from A Little Dead Podcast drops in to talk about the highly-anticipated REC 3: Genesis. All that and a good dose of Midnight Corey’s randomness. Leave a comment […]
Actress Priscilla Iden is in the Electric Chair this time around, talking with Midnight Corey about her exciting career, Stephen King, The Shining (1980), found footage films, and lots more. Midnight Corey also introduces the Hat of Pain, and holds the drawing for the Trollhunter Blu-ray giveaway. “El Cucuy” (short that got into SXSW festival […]
Midnight Corey reunites with actress Priscilla Iden this week, talking about an array of horror things including Stephen King, The Shining (1980), found footage films, and her exciting career. Also, Bram Stoker Award-winning author John Everson joins Midnight Corey to talk about his sixth novel, NightWhere, as well Jean Rollin and his film The Living […]
In this inaugural episode of The Electric Chair 2D — the video companion to The Electric Chair audio podcast — Midnight Corey chats with actor Morgan Peter Brown, who played the role of Daniel in Absentia (2011). Midnight Corey also gets nostalgic when he shows his collection of Fright Flicks trading cards.
Two amazing guests on the show this week: actor Morgan Peter Brown from Absentia (2011) stops by to chat about his work and the movie Lake Mungo (2008). Also, award-winning, bestselling author Lori Handeland drops in to talk about her newly-released sequel to Shakespeare Undead called Zombie Island. This week I announce the debut of […]
It’s a massive Day of the Dead discussion this week, as Midnight Corey welcomes Jay of the Dead and Maven Jamie back to the Chair to talk about Romero’s 1985 classic, as well as Steve Miner’s 2008 remake. Epic goodness! The very generous Florida Possum is sponsoring the Trollhunter Blu-ray giveaway contest! Let me know […]
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 […]
Midnight Corey welcomes director Philip Gelatt onto the show this week to talk about his film The Bleeding House (2011). They discuss filmmaking, Stephen King, John Carpenter, the movie In the Mouth of Madness (1995), and a lot more. David from Devour the Podcast also joins Midnight Corey to review Resurrection County (2011) and The […]
Actress Lindsay Hollister talks with Midnight Corey this week about her career, her love for horror, and the awesome indy horror movie Absentia (2011). Then, author Kevin Richey gets in the Electric Chair to talk about his monthly short story series, Zombie Fairy Tales. He and Midnight Corey review and discuss The Woman (2011). Finally, […]
Author Joseph Souza joins Midnight Corey this week to talk about his new zombie novel The Reawakening: The Living Dead Trilogy Book 1. They discuss horror, Maine, Stephen King, and two films: The Dead Zone (1983) and The Mist (2007). Misfitboy is the next guest to sit in the Electric Chair, as he reviews the […]
Author Dana Fredsti gets into the Electric Chair this week to talk about her new zombie novel Plague Town, her swordfighting abilities, her part in Army of Darkness (1993), and her love of zombie movies. Dana and Midnight Corey review Hell of the Living Dead (1980). Terror Tovey joins Midnight Corey once again to discuss […]
Filmmaker Shawn Ewert from Right Left Turn Productions joins Midnight Corey this week to talk about his upcoming film Sacrament. They go on to review American Gothic (1988) and George’s Intervention (2009). Vaughn from Motion Picture Massacre was so kind as to stop by and talk about the notorious filmmaker Joe D’Amato. Vaughn and Corey […]
A guest-filled show: author Deno Sandz stops by to talk about his latest novel Blood Plantation and to review one of the newest film adaptations of a Stephen King novel: Bag of Bones (2011). Gravedigger (Cina Pelayo) joins Midnight Corey to talk about Burial Day Books, and their newest release, Gothic Blue Book. Gravedigger and […]
Howard Ford, co-director of The Dead (2010), sits in The Electric Chair this week! He talks about the trials and tribulations involved in making his phenomenal zombie movie, which are documented in full in his brilliant book Surviving the Dead. Also, Maria Olsen — horror actor, writer, producer, director, and all-around wonderful person — stops […]
Filmmaker Franklyn Strachan of Cypher Films is in The Electric Chair this time around. Franklyn and Midnight Corey talk about his new film Death is No Escape, and a whole lot more. They review two horror movies: Blood Sucking Freaks (1976) and I Spit on Your Grave (2010), bringing the original I Spit on Your […]
Actress/model Melanie Robel joins Midnight Corey in this inaugural episode. Horror, filmmaking, scream queens, tattoos, and lots more is tossed around during this entertaining interview. Melanie and Corey talk about the Audrey Hepburn horror film Wait Until Dark (1967). Midnight Corey then goes solo for a review of Creature (2011). All that and a good […]