What do you get when you combine 5 random individuals together to talk about horror? Music City Horror! After meeting through various avenues of social media and real life, the group realized they all shared a passion for horror. So they decided to talk about it once a week and tape it! This is the on going conversations of 5 horror fans talking about horror.
We discuss the latest releases, Lana’s fun facts, and debut our first episode of Retro Rewind. This will be our chance to really dive in and talk about some of the classics. This week we talk about the Universal Monsters!
We interview a viral horror icon, David Howard Thornton. His portrayal
of Art the Clown in Terrifier has set social media ablaze. We are so thrilled he took some time out of his busy schedule to talk about this buzz worthy movie.
The legendary Dee Wallace stops by for an exclusive interview. We discuss her most famous roles, including The Hills Have Eyes, The Howling, Cujo and of course, ET. We also dive into her current roles in Death House, as well as the breaking news of her returning to work with Rob Zombie on 3 From Hell.
On the latest episode of MCH, we interview LA producer Phillip Andrew. We talk about everything from wrestling, reality TV shows and Wes Craven. You don’t want to miss it!
We recently interviewed Anne Heit, one of the stars of the independent horror movie Anykah, in this bonus episode.
We tried a new recording technique, and it didn’t turn out exactly correct. We will return to our normal method next time.
We bring you new releases and then dive into the topic of women in horror. We also have a special guest host, the lovely Diana Prince!
On this week’s episode of Music City Horror, we discuss movies and tv shows we are most looking forward to in 2018.
We interview the lovely Linnea Quigley and discuss new releases.
We discuss some new and upcoming releases and then dive into the world of Stranger Things. Spoilers ahead!
We interview the legend Michael Berryman. We discuss The Hills Have Eyes, The Crow, X-Files, Star Trek and crazy stories during the making of One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. […]