They want you to relax and sit back
Rest those weary bones
Flip on the tube and let the propaganda take hold.
Because freedom won’t fall to the sound of enemy bombs
But the tune of snake oil speeches and thunderous applause.
Sheriff Kotto rides again! Join him on his last radio broadcast as he hears from old friends, new threats, and rocks out to brand new conspiracy-horror-inspired music from Mississippi Bones.
RADIO FREE CONSPIRACY THEORY from Mississippi Bones, co-written with Jonathan Raab and featuring Matthew M. Bartlett, Sean M. Thompson, Tom Breen, and many more.
Spooklights #34 Horror Cinema Roundtable
Jared Collins, Adrean Messmer, and Sean M. Thompson join Tom Breen and Jonathan Raab to discuss the horror movies that made them fall in love with and start creating horror stories and music! Jaws, John Carpenter, Stuart Gordon, Freddy, and so much more! And stay tuned for the lightning round…!
Sean M. Thompson returns as co-host as we have Brian O’Connell on to discuss being a fifteen-year-old horror author!
Matthew M. Bartlett joins us once again to talk about writing, social media use, substances (including coffee!) and writing, editing, networking, Twin Peaks, True Detective Season 2 sucks, and a whole lot more! Sean M. Thompson stays in the slot for most of the show, and I decided to cut out my buzzed, half-hearted defense of some of the elements in the Star Wars prequel films because I’m not a total monster.
Music by Terrortron: terrortron.bandcamp.com/
For this episode, special guest host Sean M. Thompson and Jonathan Raab talk with Muzzleland Press’ own Alex Smith about his novella HIVE, Clive Barker’s Nightbreed, masculinity, urban anxiety, and much more.
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HIVE is a Cronenbergian paranoid thriller about a New York City couple discovering a cascading series of horrors within their seemingly idyllic apartment building. It’s Muzzleland Press’ final release of the year, and it’s one of our best books yet.
Sean M. Thompson of Miskatonic Musings talks to us about his new release Too Late, his influences, Goosebumps, and a whole lot more.
You can read his online serial The Demon here.