In an effort to burn any shred of literary cred I have remaining, I present to you the second part of our look at the FRIDAY THE 13TH franchise. Jared Collins and Matthew St. Cyr join me once again as we tackle the Universal horror-inspired JASON LIVES through the off-tone 2009 remake.
This is where the franchise gets weird… and it turns out we like it that way.
Jared Collins and Matthew St. Cyr are this week’s guests. We’re discussing Friday the 13th Parts 1 through 5, and what the series means to us. Listen here.
The signal’s gone a little quiet out of the Muzzleland Press numbers station lately, but rest assured we’ve been hard at work. TERROR IN 16-BITS is *done* and the books are ordered for NecronomiCon Providence, so you’ll be able to snatch a copy there at a discount before wider release after the con.
I’ve also started editing a brand-new project, a novel that’s equal parts horror and … well, I’ll let you guess.
Our podcast Spooklights is on pause until September, when we’ll return with some very special guests and episodes full of simple moral lessons like “don’t lie to your parents” and “cosmic supernatural evil is real and you should take it more seriously.”
Jeremy Robert Johnson joins us to discuss horror-as-influence on a not-necessarily-a-horror-author, SKULLCRACK CITY, ENTROPY IN BLOOM, night terrors, rural vs. urban, and so much more. Dude’s an excellent writer, humble and hungry AF, and you’d do well to read his work. Also I mumble-mouth my way through the opening description, and at some point we talk about drugs.
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Stephen Graham Jones, author of Demon Theory, Mongrels, and countless more joined us for the latest episode of Spooklights. Bigfoot and the greys come up, and I manage to say “haunted media” again because I’m apparently contractually obligated to bring it up every episode.