Archive for July, 2009

Top 10 Vampire Movies

Posted in Films with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 31, 2009 by Jerrod Balzer

Well over a year ago when the show was still getting on its feet, we used to record the entire show instead of just the interviews.  The main reason we’d stopped recording all of it was because the show was getting longer and it was taking up too much memory.

However, way back then, there was one show where we pulled up a “Top 10” list of vampire movies and offered our opinions on them.  It’s a bit dated and, yes, we’ve seen Lost Boys 2 since then and didn’t like it, but it’s still fun to listen to.  If nothing else, it brings back fond memories of movies we love.

And remember that the parts of the show that aren’t recorded still get insane, often times more than during interviews.  So be sure to tune in to catch us live.

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Interview with Alethea Kontis

Posted in Authors with tags , , , , , , , on July 27, 2009 by Jerrod Balzer

Alethea Kontis was a real treat to have on the show.  She had us rolling the entire time.  Be sure to check out her work, too.  She’s amazing!

Dave Evans interview

Posted in Musicians/Bands with tags , , , , , on July 27, 2009 by Jerrod Balzer

Dave Evans, the original lead singer of AC/DC, has proven time and again that he’s the King of the Badasses.  And our interview with him was yet more evidence.  This guy is all kinds of awesome!

Gabrielle Faust interview

Posted in Authors with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 25, 2009 by Jerrod Balzer

We were so thrilled to have Gabrielle Faust on the show.  Her Eternal Vigilance series is fresh and intense, and we thank her again for coming on (and putting up with some very sick show hosts – all the sniffles, etc, didn’t have us working at 100%).  Her charm broke through any issues, though, and it was a fantastic interview!

We can’t wait to have her on again, but in the meantime, check out the special deal for getting her books along with wine and chocolate via Vampire.com!  You can find the deals HERE and HERE.  What better way to kick back and read her work?