We bring you the first true crime installment of our “Legends, Cryptids, and Crimes” series with a discussion of Gary Gene Grant, “Seattle’s Forgotten Serial Killer.”
We bring this year’s Summer Of Stephen to a close with a road to hell as we discuss 1996’s novel, DESPERATION, and the 2006 TV movie directed by Mick Garris. Tak!
Put on the Liberace records as we hobble our way through a discussion of Stephen King’s novel, MISERY, and Rob Reiner’s film adaptation in this round of Summer Of Stephen.
(Apologies for sound quality at times. Chris had a mic issue.)
Join us as we kick off this year’s “Summer Of Stephen” series with Stephen King’s short story “Weeds” and the adaption for CREEPSHOW, “The Lonesome Death of Jordy Verrill.”
In this edition of Lethal Literature, we discuss Dean Koontz’s 1983 novel PHANTOMS and the 1998 film adaption. We hear Affleck gave an explosive performance . . .
With Jenny sidelined, Joe and Chris crank out a post-Halloween discussion of recent viewings, horror news, and whatnot this week.
(Artwork by Batang 9Tees)
The legendary Larry Cohen conceived and birthed the iconic IT’S ALIVE trilogy, and we are more than happy to chat about it in this episode.
You’ll need a sense of humor for the sake of your sanity on a desert island. So here’s our personal picks for comedic horror films to be stranded with.
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”The Hanging of Lavinia Fisher” by David Gobel
With the return of “Legends, Cryptids, and Crimes”, we visit the legend, the legacy, and the lies (?) of the infamous Lavinia Fisher, “first female serial killer” of the United States.
(Above: Exterior shots of the Old Charleston Jail, courtesy of Joe Meyers.)
(Above: Possible ghost photo taken in the Navy Hospital morgue that was mentioned in the episode, courtesy C.J. Gaines.)
Though we gotta say goodbye for the Summer (of Stephen), we wrap it up with the novella, APT PUPIL, and the film adaptation.