The guest for this episode is Los Angeles-based model and actress JoAnna de Castro, star of the comedic horror-thriller Blood Pageant, now available on DVD and on demand on all streaming platforms. This is de Castro’s first leading role in a film as she plays “Crystal”, a contestant on the American Dream Pageant where her religious beliefs are tested during what happens to become a battle for her life and everyone else involved in the show.
The guests for this episode are Billy Obey, Joey Black, and Lee Carver, the Horrorcore Hip-Hop trio from Ohio known as Alla Xul Elu making their return to Fresh is the Word to talk about all sorts of gross and horrific things, including their new album MauXuLeum, out now via Majik Ninja Entertainment. The new album is produced entirely by Detroit’s own Slasher Dave (producer of late 70s/early 80s influenced original instrumental horror/exploitation soundtrack music and member of metal band Acid Witch), so we talk about how it is to work with one producer for a whole album as we go track-by-track through MauXuLeum. We also talk about our favorite spooky tunes and horror flicks. It’s always crazy shenanigans when I have these Xuligans on the show.
For this episode, we have a couple of interviews from this year’s Astronomicon pop culture convention in Sterling Heights, Michigan. First up, we chat with Detroit Red Wings hockey great Darren McCarty and talk about his experiences at Astronomicon, along with his appearances on Hardcore Pawn and diving into the marijuana industry. And then we talk with film director, producer, screenwriter, and actor, Lloyd Kaufman, co-founder of Troma Entertainment and director of classics like The Toxic Avenger and Tromeo and Juliet. He shares with us information about the new Troma streaming service along with all sorts of Troma nonsense.
More Astronomicon this episode with David Howard Thornton, who plays Art The Clown from the horror film Terrifier. During out conversation, we talked about his role as Art the Clown in Terrifier, what all went into preparing for the role, and what we can expect for the sequel Terrifier 2, which is filming now. Plus, we get into doing conventions and his experience in musical theater.
It’s Astronomicon week! The guest for this episode is Bill Moseley, actor and musician who starred in numerous cult classic horror films, including House of 1000 Corpses, Repo! The Genetic Opera and The Devil’s Rejects . His first big role was in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 as Chop Top.