Listen as two middle-aged women forget many names, titles, and just about everything while reviewing some hot new releases: Paradise City, Shadow and Bone, and Things Heard and Seen. Beware spoilers, but be prepared to laugh.
We took a break. But we're back this week with some impromptu raunchiness from our personal story collections and reviewing a few new hot movies: Thunder Force, What Lies Below, and Bad Trip. Listen and laugh with us. Or at us.
We discussed our first dose of Pfizer vaccine, #StopAsianHate, and some shows and movies that kept us busy and off the ledge: Spell (2020), Invisible City (2021), Tentacles (2021), Mermaid Down (2019), Good Trouble (2019--), Coming 2 America (2021). *Recorded 2 weeks ago.*
Founder and Executive Director of Horrible Imaginings Film Festival, Miguel Rodriguez, chatted candidly with us about the undertaking of putting on a successful annual horror film festival, what it was like having a virtual festival during pandemic times, standout films from February 2021's Campfire Tales, his goals and expectations for the festival's future, why horror is so taboo, why sex in horror is more taboo, and much more. Check out www.hifilmfest.com for more info on the festival, films, and how to get involved. Also, follow Miguel and Horrible Imaginings Film Festival on IG: @miguel_hifilmfest @hifilmfest and FB: facebook.com/HorribleImaginings
If you listened to the last episode, you know we're barely over one Texas crisis. Now, our state officials have lifted the mask mandate and well... we're just dumbfounded. But whatever, the show must go on. In this episode, we rant about that shit then discuss what we're watching this week: Stay, Older, Obsession, Kiss Me Again, Friends (With Benefits), The Dark and the Wicked, Crazy 2 Crazy, A Creep Show Holiday Special: Shapeshifters Anonymous, and The Stand (both versions). Watch the shows and movies then listen because SPOILERS. But not too many this time.
After we give an update of the Winter Storm Fail of 2021 that left so many of us Texans without power, water, and even our lives, we discussed some new thrillers that could easily be considered great horror shows and movies. Bear with us-- we needed the outlet after the freezing week we had. Watch Behind Her Eyes, I Care A Lot, Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel, and Red Dot then listen to this episode because SPOILERS galore.
To make your Valentine's Day even more special, we enlisted the help of multi-award-winning adult video star, Erik Everhard, to share some tips for spicing up the bedroom. Erik's got the personal and professional experience (23 years) AND he's written a book-- Unleash Your Sexual Super Powers: A Porn Star's Guide to Sexual Mastery. Listen to this episode for some wild stories, tips on how to satisfy your partner, how Erik got started in the biz, why he's lasted so long (ha! unintended pun), how to match with the right um... kitty cat, his thoughts on navigating BDSM during this era, whether size matters, and more. Visit ErikEverhard.com to learn more and to read the first 3 chapters of his book for free. Happy Valentine's Day!
Follow Erik on IG @erikeverhardofficial and Twitter twitter.com/erik_everhard for daily tips.
Get his Kindle, Paperback, or audiobook on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3daArtm .
This episode will also be on Youtube.
Tonight's episode with Mister Halloween will be best watched on Youtube... soon as we get it up. Why? Because you horror fiends must check out his sexy monster costumes and masks. Watch and/ or listen to learn how he got started making Chucky, Krampus, The Nun, and other horror icon costumes and masks, what his work process is like, what he really thinks of horror films, and his future costume and mask-making plans.
Follow Mister Halloween to keep up with his work, to buy his masks, and to know when he attends events.
In this episode, we discussed the vampire and witch shenanigans on A Discovery of Witches, the hot duke and his steamy scenes on Bridgerton, the madness of the serial killer in Night Stalker... and probably some other shows I'm forgetting.. Mild spoilers-- beware.
You've probably never heard the term "spectrophilia". Thankfully, we had Sky Lesco, vocalist for the dark wave band, Tearful Moon, tell us all about it in this episode. Listen to learn about spectrophilia, Sky's own spirit lover, how her band got started, whether her music is ritualistic, what it was like touring Europe vs. not touring during the pandemic, and Sky's thoughts on collecting gothic art.
Check out Tearful Moon's music and keep up with album releases at:
Awesome way to end 2020--discussing everything from cannabis to sex work to mental health to mobility aids to sexy horror comics with Miz Tee Franklin. She's not only an author but a sex worker, phone sex educator, and disability advocate. Listen for her wild stories and an education of how Miz Tee Franklin does it all. Have a glorious 2021! Check out: teefranklin.com and gumroad.com/mizteefranklin for more. Follow: IG @mizteefranklin .
Dani works as a phone sex operator, collects vintage erotic magazines, sells fine goods, and writes her own mature stories. We had a blast discovering the intricacies of these roles and discussing Sex For Sale: The Untold Story, an A&E documentary on Hulu. Discover more about Dani at kinkythought.com and IG @kinkythought.
"Run" isn't just the title of those funny viral prank videos on Youtube but a new horror movie on Hulu. We discussed "Run", starring Sarah Paulson, and its portrayal of persons with disabilities, in detail during this episode. Beware— we couldn't cover it accurately without spoilers, so watch the movie first.
You may want to watch A Teacher (2013) movie and A Teacher (2020) Hulu original TV series before listening to this episode, because we go iiiiiinnnn. We don't shy away from discussing this teacher/student story any more than the movie and show do. Our discussion gets intense at times about consent, age gaps, mental health, crossing lines, pedophilia, power dynamics, and taboos. Trigger warning for anyone who has been a victim of grooming by a teacher.
This episode may feel more educational, which is great, especially if you're a writer wanting tips from a bestselling author. Mario Acevedo is that kind of author, artist, and professor-- knowledgeable at storytelling AND explaining how to improve in the art of storytelling... without making any of it feel technical. We had a blast discussing the power of horror, how Mario comes up with great book titles, what it was like getting a book deal, how he handled losing it, his best fan story, his Cats of Quarantine cartoon series, how he ended up writing vampire detective books, and a reading of his most disturbing scene. Check out Mario’s work at: MarioAcevedo.com and Adelantearts.com.
We had to break away from all that ails us and watch some horror. Listen as we review: Don't Look Back, His House, Vampires vs. the Bronx, Train to Busan Present: Peninsula, #Alive, The Craft: Legacy, Paranormal, Behind You, and Haunting of Bly Manor.
Beware, we discuss politics in this episode. Aaaiiieeeee! I know, I know... but how could we not? 2020 Election news is huge right now. We also discussed what's new in our world and gave shout outs to some previous guests with new releases. By the end, we were up to our usual horror review tomfoolery, discussing HBO's Lovecraft Country.
Eclectic High Priestess, Iyanda Siraj El, is an intuit, innovator, activator, alchemist, artisan, metaphysician, and tarot card reader, who combines these practices to provide alternative and holistic health services. Listen to learn how she got into alternative, holistic healing, her thoughts on being called a witch, how she harnesses the spiritual energy of beads and other objects, what it's like providing platonic cuddling services, and how you can be part of her work, if you feel the calling, or receive her services, if you need healing. Stick around until the end for a real tarot card reading from her sex-themed deck. Check out www.iyandasiraj.com for booking info and merchandising. Follow Iyanda Siraj El on IG: @the_eclectic_highpriestess .
**Video version of this episode will be available on Youtube soon.
No better way to get to the bottom of paranormal activity at haunted locations than to discuss them with a real paranormal investigator. That's what we did in this episode with Shaggy AKA Shag-Nasty. Listen to learn why old hospitals, jails, manors, and hotels tend to become known as haunted places. Learn of Shaggy's eeriest spirit encounters that are undeniable even to him as a skeptic. Learn which places are the most haunted that he's visited, what equipment he uses to determine paranormal activity, how his religious background plays a part in his investigations, and how far he's gone to attract paranormal activity... because it's tied to how he got the name Shag-Nasty. For more PI stories with pics and videos, follow Shaggy's paranormal investigative team on FB, Twitter, Youtube, and IG: @para_holix @the_paraspective @conspiranalysis_podcast @shaggy_from_para_holix .
It was our pleasure to have erotica, romance, paranormal, and urban fantasy author, Missy Jane, on with us this week to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. In addition to discussing Missy Jane's love of metal music, her husband of 20+ years being her muse, her 4 children's reactions to her writing erotica, and how she came up with the opening scene for her sexy story, "Educating Macey", we got into some controversial topics such as "Cuties" on Netflix, the book "American Dirt" and its portrayal of Mexican culture, transgender rights and whether J.K. Rowling's stance is harmful to the LGBT+ community, and... whether size matters. Keep up with all things Missy Jane:
Her Website: http://authormissyjane.com
"A Thought, Here and There" Blog: https://msmissyjane.blogspot.com/2020/10/sunday-reflection-social-media-after-us.html
Valjeanne is one of 29 authors with a horror short story in Slay: Stories of the Vampire Noire, coming October 13th. We had an exciting discussion about her short vampire story, "Beautiful Monsters", her erotic paranormal ghost detective stories, her writing inspiration, why representation matters, the origins of her name, whether Valjeanne has personal paranormal experiences, her love of vampires and other magical creatures, and where she sees herself in five years. Check out Valjeanne's work at vjeffersandqveal.com and Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Valjeanne-Jeffers/e/B00BNK230G%3F . Follow her Twitter @Valjeanne FB @valjeanne.jeffers and IG @valjeannejeffers .
L. Marie Wood is one of 29 authors with a horror short story in Slay: Stories of the Vampire Noire, coming October 13th. We were honored to have her on our show to discuss the psychological horrors she writes, her writing influences and inspirations, what her writing space looks like during this pandemic, and black authors writing in alternative genres. We ended with a deeeep discussion about Lovecraft Country and black women shrinking themselves. Turned out to be a powerful episode like L. Marie Wood's short story, "The Dance". Check out her work at lmariewood.com and follow her Twitter @lmariewood1 , FB @lmariewood, and IG @lmwoodie . Look out for her new book "The Realm", coming October 29th.
Katrina Spiritual Medium is back on the podcast, and this time, with her “Forever Friends”. That's right. To kick off October 2020, we asked listeners to submit a photo of a deceased loved one for Katrina to reach out to on the other side. Katrina picked a few and delivered the messages on our show. Exciting, right?! If you submitted a photo, listen for your message. If you didn't submit a photo, listen to how it's done in case you want to connect with Katrina and a loved one later. Also, listen to Season 1, Episode 10 to learn more about Katrina's gift. Subscribe to her YouTube channel to keep up with other events and readings. Happy Spooky Month!
Sumiko Saulson's extensive work includes writing award-winning sci-fi horror stories, writing a newspaper column, writing comics, editing anthologies, and hosting an erotic show for San Francisco's world-renown, inclusive kink community. As a polyamorous nonbinary writer, many of Sumiko's erotic stories have the benefit of real experience to pull from, which made this discussion not only entertaining but educational. Listen to learn Sumiko's ideal reader, tips for writing erotica, insight into kink culture, what polyamory and BDSM are from a lifestylist perspective, what nonbinary pronouns mean, Sumiko's real life story of meeting Anne Rice, and more.
As mentioned in our previous episode: Twenty-nine authors got together under the vision and direction of Mocha Memoirs Press and created a horror anthology unlike any other--one with short stories centered around black vampires. It's called SLAY: Stories of the Vampire Noire, and it comes out Oct. 13th, just in time for Halloween. Sumiko's story "Asi's Horror and Delight" will be included in the anthology. Preorder here: https://amzn.to/3mQYNuD
For more info on Sumiko's work: sumikosaulson.com and mauskaveli.com .
Follow Sumiko on FB, Twitter, Tik-Tok @sumikoska . Follow on IG @sumikosaulson .
Twenty-nine authors got together under the vision and direction of Mocha Memoirs Press and created a horror anthology unlike any other-- one with short stories centered around black vampires. It's called SLAY: Stories of the Vampire Noire, and it comes out Oct. 13th, just in time for Halloween. We had the honor of discussing SLAY with SFF horror and erotica author, Penelope Flynn, particularly "Unfleamed", her contribution to the anthology. In addition to which actors would play characters in her story, we discussed her passion for creating 3D illustrations, eroticism in literature and onscreen, how she's managing her time during the pandemic, her weirdest real-life story, the phenomenon of Lovecraft Country (HBO), and more. Listen to learn more about this multitalented author. Check out her websites for updates on her upcoming works: penelopeflynn.com and renfields.net . Subscribe to her podcast- Discussions From the Otherhood- for discussions on diversity in entertainment. Also, follow Penelope in social media: Twitter/ IG @penelopejflynn and FB @penelope.flynn .
You can pre-order SLAY on Amazon here.
Since our last episode was so heavy, we decided to balance it with this discussion on powerful women characters in horror films. We discuss what makes a woman in horror powerful, why it's important to see powerful women portrayed in horror films, and whether "powerful" includes heroines, anti-heroines, AND villains. Of course, we discussed the characters and films that hit the mark for us, so listen for some great recommendations.
We realize this list is not conclusive, but we cover as many as we can in about an hour. We also realize what's powerful to us may be different for others. Let us know what we missed and should watch if we haven't already. For a discussion about "The Perfection"-- a movie that should be on this list-- check out our interview with the writers of that movie in Episode 9.
Fuck. This was a heavy episode. But art --which includes movies-- forces us to see the ugliness in this world, sometimes. Good movies, no matter how difficult the subject matter, force us to see, face, and conquer that ugliness. Creators find this process therapeutic. Viewers find it entertaining. Sometimes, it's triggering for everybody. So... consider this your trigger warning, as we discuss rape revenge movies in this episode. We're grateful to have Australian filmmaker, Nate Hill, join us again to discuss his movie, "Fox Force", and other notable movies in this genre.
Rape itself is horrific. Since rape epitomizes the ugliest side of sex and horror, which side does rape revenge fall on? Is rape revenge psychotic violence or is it consequential justice? Is it empowering or criminalizing? Are the films glorifying violence or glorifying the characters' taking back their power? How far is too far in this genre? As a way to educate and inform here, we also discuss consent and where it ends.
Though not as light as some of our previous episodes, we cover rape revenge films as freely and as openly as we cover everything else, and we hope you enjoy this discussion as well.
We were honored to have our first Australian filmmaker, Nathan (Nate) Hill, with us to discuss what we love to discuss--sex and vampires. Of course, we talked about more, because this award-winning director, producer, actor, and writer has done so many entertaining works, we could have talked for days. In addition to vampires, Nate has worked on projects that include aliens, Bigfoot... real brothel madams, and everyone in between. We especially enjoyed discussing two of his documentaries: Vampires Down Under and Sex Down Under, and what it was like to play one of the attacking vampires in Queen of the Damned. Listen to learn Nate's inspiration, how he picks his casts, his goals for creating films, how he got started, interesting film-making tips (check out his books for more tips), what brothels and fetish clubs are like in Melbourne, Australia, and so much more.
Check out Nate's newest book on Kindle: https://amzn.to/2QX8skn and his movies on Prime: https://amzn.to/2ZbNIKg .
Follow Nate on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NathanHillMovie Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natejhill and Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnf9LrY-YqfC1T_315p6Nnw/feed .
The title of this episode pretty much says it all. Listen to learn our favorite vampire and werewolf movies, most of which overlap with our favorite books in this genre. This is a continuation from our episode 2 weeks ago, recorded earlier in August. Things have been busy af--what can we say. Anywho... compare our list to yours or discover some recommendations. Either way, we hope you stay safe, healthy, and entertained during these unprecedented times.
We're catching up with the latest shows and movies, letting you know which ones we enjoyed and didn't. We'd never tell you not to watch something either way, but you'll have a great idea of what you MUST watch next after our discussion. *Hint Hint* It's Lovecraft Country, folks. But hear what we have to say about What We Do In the Shadows, Host, Project Power, La Llorona, We Summon the Darkness, and Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce as well. I mean... what else you got to do during this pandemic? :/ *crying* Please stay safe and healthy.
We recorded this episode two weeks ago, and got too busy to release it. Sorry! Anywho... enjoy our discussion on P-Valley, The Umbrella Academy, Discovery of Witches, and The Creep Show. Just be careful of spoilers for any shows you haven't watched yet. Please stay healthy and safe.
You'll recognize Jason Marsden's face and voice from over 200 TV shows, films, animations, commercials, video games, and now the "Mars Variety Show" Youtube web series. With a combination of Mars's talent in acting, producing, directing, narrating... and comedic timing, his new show is the perfect entertainment escape during these challenging times. But don't take our word for it. Listen to this episode to hear a taste of his ASMR ear porn, what it was like working on projects like "Tales From the Crypt", "The Munsters Today", and "Hocus Pocus", what it's like to create content during this pandemic, the goal of his web series, which episode is his favorite, and other shenanigans... because of the crazy hosts of this podcast. ;) Check out Mars's website: jasonmarsden.com . Subscribe to his web series (Mars Presents: Mars Variety Show): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC26KTLrvQgqtZzaPewjHtBQ . Follow his Twitter: https://twitter.com/JasonMarsden and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jasonmarsden/ .
To stay sane during whatever phase of Covid-19 we're currently in, we spent the week watching sexy new (or new to us) TV shows and movies. Like last episode, we started this one with a rant -including our thoughts on Jada Pinkett Smith and August Alsina's entanglement- then moved to discussing Fatal Affair, MILF, P-Valley, Dark Desire, Cursed, The House Maid... and other honorable mentions. Listen to learn which sexy new releases underwhelmed us and which ones overwhelmed. Let us know your thoughts in our FB group, Twitter, or IG pages. We love you and hope you are doing what you need to do to stay sane also. We hope our crazy discussions are helping with that. Have a great week.
We started out with a rant then moved to discussing 2020 horror releases... or at least shows and movies with horror/ fantasy elements. If you listen to the rant, you'll know why it was important to escape into these fantasy worlds this week. Like other creatives, we've been having a challenging time with this pandemic and everything going on in the world. So, we've been doing what we can to maintain our mentals--binge-watching, writing, and ranting. Listen for our thoughts on Warrior Nun, The Old Guard, Relic, Fantasy Island, Delivered (Into The Dark Horror Anthology), and another honorable mention of The Order... 'cause the werewolves are so fucking hot. We love you and hope you are doing what you need to do to keep your mind right also. We hope our crazy discussions are helping with that. Have a great week.
Desiree Byars really brought it with her "Patchwork" collection of four extreme horror short stories, and we were excited to chat with her about it. Listen to learn the inspirations behind "Bailey Marie", ASMR", "Knock-Knock", and Desiree's incredible "Dear Cricket" story. Find out why Desiree's work will leave readers feeling emotions they didn't expect or laughing in situations they wouldn't typically deem funny. Desiree tackles some intense subjects throughout her work, and we're grateful she didn't shy away from writing or discussing it. Listen for the therapeutic discussion and learn about writing through the pain. Stay for the dark jokes and foolish shenanigans in this episode. Get Desiree's powerful debut book: https://amzn.to/3eoP88V Follow her in social media:
After a rant to get the blood pumping in our veins, we laughed our asses off as we reflected on horror comedy movies, scenes, and characters. Some horror is funny because of the actor's delivery, some because the scene is ridiculous, some because laughing is the only way to keep from gagging, some because of dialogue and banter, and others because the movie's a parody. No matter what, laughing while watching a horror movie is part of the fun, so we had fun chatting about it. We ended the episode with Chantell describing some of the oddities she's collected along the way. You can check out this full video on Youtube once it's uploaded there.
Today's guest is a circus ringmaster, paranormal investigator, curiosities collector, film critic, podcaster, actor, sex symbol and all around fun, energetic guy, especially when he’s wrestling with demons in the “In Between” realm. Listen to learn what being a circus ringmaster for 18 years is like for Master Reggie, what it's like dealing with demons instead of ghosts on a nightly basis, his favorite horror films and recommendations, his thoughts on the term "circus freak", why there are no animals at Cirque La Vie, and more. Follow Master Reggie on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/sir_reggienold) and check out his Houston circus (https://www.cirquelavie.net) when it's available for live shows again.
First— welcome to season 2 of our cray-cray podcast. 🥳 Second— congrats to all the 2020 graduates! Third— this episode is for you... and anyone else who wants some life lessons from 2 middle-aged women. Why? Because we don’t want you to make our mistakes. So, yeah, we discuss “365 Days” sexy movie, “The Sacred Lies” beautiful show, and “Extra Ordinary” creepy movie. But we also compiled a list of things we wished people had told us and/ or things we wished we’d actually listened to when we were younger. So, enjoy the first episode of our new season then go on to the next phase of your life more prepared. Just don’t say we didn’t warn you.
This is part 2 of our True Horrors of Systemic Racism Episode. We have a special guest, Attorney Danny Norris, to discuss it from a legal standpoint. Once again, this is about justice, equality, and standing in solidarity with those protesting for a better way of life for all. Just like every other episode on our podcast— we will not avoid the tough issues, we will not bite our tongues and remain silent, we will not give 2 fucks who doesn’t like it. Listen to this episode to learn ways that you can make a difference in dismantling racism and bringing about substantial change for our children and their children. Oh, and BLACK LIVES MATTER.
We wouldn’t be very humane, let alone conscientious women of color, if we didn’t use our platform to discuss the ongoing systemic racism issues brought to the forefront by the recent murder of George Floyd and many other unarmed African-Americans. This is about justice, equality, and standing in solidarity with those protesting for a better way of life for all. Due to the sensitive nature of this subject, we tried to cover as much of this true horror as possible, which resulted in an extra long discussion. It will be released in 2 different parts. Just like every other episode on our podcast— we will not avoid the tough issues, we will not bite our tongues and remain silent, we will not give 2 fucks who doesn’t like it. Listen to this episode to learn ways that you can make a difference in dismantling racism and bringing about substantial change for our children and their children. Oh, and BLACK LIVES MATTER.
Fellow Houston horror author, Jessica Raney, joined us to have a deliciously wicked time as we discussed pros and cons of being in a writers’ critique group, controversial scenes in her work, her genre mash-up writing style, her background in podcasting, past and upcoming author events, Candyman porn... and we still had time to play a game and have a rant session before wrapping up the episode. Always a good time when we chat with Jessica. Check out her work: https://www.amazon.com/Jessica-Raney/e/B07G8S5FBG/ref=dp_byline_cont_ebooks_1 Follow in social media: https://instagram.com/raneyjessica?igshid=1dz6fbo2si7js https://twitter.com/JRaney213 https://www.facebook.com/jessica.raney.37
We love our listeners soooo much. Some have been our book readers and made the transition with us to this wild and vast podcasting world. Some have just learned of us and are dirty enough to enjoy listening to our weekly shenanigans. All are welcomed to be a proverbial fly on the wall as we get down to the nitty-gritty of sex and horror. As we celebrate our 50th episode, it seemed fitting to discuss this journey with a dedicated listener. Julio De Hoyos has been dubbed our super fan, as he’s listened to our episodes since nearly the beginning. As a sex and horror lover, Julio joined us to discuss his impressions of our 49 episodes: his top 5 favorites and why, what keeps him coming back every week, and which of our recommendations he has checked out. We also answered his questions: who our dream guests are, how we got started writing, where do we see the podcast going in the next year, what do we do when we aren’t writing or podcasting, and how do we go about getting guests. We had a blast. Thanks, Julio! And thanks to all who listen to our podcast. https://instagram.com/july_rlyeh https://www.facebook.com/july.rlyeh.5
Dicey and Chantell had a ball in this episode, as usual, but this time while attempting to de-stigmatized a real life haunted hospital and the act of self-pleasure. These are two separate discussions in one episode, so calm down if you’re worried that we combined the sex and horror podcast theme with masturbating in a haunted hospital... though, that’s not outside our normal purview. Perhaps, that’s a missed opportunity, but enjoy our discussion anyway!
Melissa Algood’s calling is to be a writer, but she does it so well, she’s also a good authorpreneur (author + entrepreneur —get it? 😬). In other words, Mel crafts her stories in a way that is pleasing to hardcore readers AND marketable for mainstream. Which such a talent, we enjoyed discussing her spy novel, “Gone” (Book 2 of The Greater Good Series), how she’s coping as a hair stylist and author during this pandemic, her greatest writing influences, her favorite character muses, how she decides which sex and violent scenes will be written on and off the page (fade to black), her true-crime obsession, and challenges with writing Spanish-speaking characters. Listen until the end for a reading from her novel. Also, check out Mel’s books, and be ready for her next release coming May 10th. Mel’s website: https://melalgoodauthor.com/ Mel’s Publishing Company: https://www.facebook.com/madgirlspub/ Mel’s Amazon page: https://www.amazon.com/Melissa-Algood/e/B019D77YAO/ Mel’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/MelAlgood
From subspace to topspace to headspace and everything in between, we discuss the life of a professional Dominatrix in this episode with Ms. Genevieve. BDSM kinks and fetishes may not be for everyone, but if you are curious and have questions about role playing, or you love the 24/7 lifestyle, you’ll enjoy listening to what this 30-year veteran of the Domina business has to say about it all. Ms. Genevieve loves her work, and you can tell. She’s more than comfortable opening up about her favorite tools of the trade, what it’s like to be worshipped, how she vets her clients, her wildest stories, the difference between femdom and findom, her training and route to making domination a career not just a passion, and how she works during this time of uncertainty and change brought on by the pandemic. It’s no secret that Dicey and Chantell love a powerful, confident woman who owns her sexuality and isn’t afraid to weld it in any way she desires, so we enjoyed this chat... even picked up a tip or two. Support Ms. Genevieve on social media and via her film and business links: https://msgenevieve.com https://www.clips4sale.com/studio/4083/bdsm-fetishes-femdomme---films https://instagram.com/msgenevieve23 https://twitter.com/msgenevieve
Dicey and Chantell probably have the shittiest audio in all of podcasting history, but we have the BEST guests, including extreme horror author, Lucas Milliron. In this episode, we talked about some of everything, because Lucas is such a multitalented creator. He not only writes fiction that’ll make you blush and cringe, but he plays guitar and bass, sings, writes songs, draws, and... makes, repairs, and sells prescription eye ware as an optician. Needless to say, he fits right in as we discussed sexy horror movies, shows, music, and books, starting with his own novella: “Cocksucker”. As someone familiar with BDSM, Lucas led our discussion about fetishism and pain slutting, particularly as we discussed his short story: “Damnation”. His stories may be violent and edgy, but Lucas gives us details about how they are also therapeutic for him and his readers. Listen to learn how he got started writing, who his ideal reader is, his greatest literary inspiration, why he writes extreme stories, and that moment he knew he was great at it. Also, stay until the end for an excerpt reading... if you’re depraved, twisted, and weird enough to appreciate his work like we are. Follow Lucas all over social media and support his work: https://www.lucasmilliron.com/ https://www.instagram.com/millironlucas/ https://mobile.twitter.com/BeardedOptician https://www.facebook.com/LucasLDO
Dicey and Chantell went off the rails in this episode. After a giggly, slurred discussion about sexy shows, movies, and quarantine bullshit, they decided to play a game. Boy oh boy... was this discussion horrifying. Listen at your own risk.
Mistress Devore is the editor of Subspace (a monthly fetish and lifestyle magazine), a gorgeous goth model, and a retired prodomme, so we had an amazing time discussing sexy, dark, twisted shit in this episode. Listen to learn her favorite places to shop for sexywares, her most interesting prodomme story, her thoughts on diversity in this genre, her ideal customer and goals for the magazine, her training to become a prodomme and route to become a magazine editor, and how she's managing during this Coronavirus quarantine new normal. With the overlap of BDSM and horror, enjoy our discussion about horror movies and horror photo shoots as well. Subscribe to Mistress Devore's online magazine at: Subspacemag.com and follow her in social media at:
Remy Dee knows how to titillate and inspire, and she does it flawlessly through singing, burlesque performing, modeling, dancing, cosplaying, and producing. We had such a great time discussing all this with her. Listen to learn what it's like performing in New Orleans, how Remy Dee's coping during quarantine, what it was like to meet some of her favorite stars (ie. Ricky Whittle), what nerdlesque and burlesque really are, her best and worst fan stories, how she prepares for a show, her favorite horror character performances and much more. As a bonus, Remy Dee serenades us with a sexy song. ooooo lalaaaaa Get "The Cure" for what ails you by checking out her website at Remedy504.com to keep up with when her live performances resume. Also, follow her in social media and support her at:
Your lovely Houston hosts are officially on lock-down, as is much of the world, due to the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. So, listen as we discuss what a typical day forced indoors looks like for us, what we've been watching (See the list below) and doing for entertainment and education, what we recommend to keep your mind off negative things right now, how to make money during the quarantine, and hopeful speculations for how life will be once the pandemic is under control. As always, we wish you good mental and physical health. Stay safe, stay sanitized, and stay inside.
What We Watched This Week (on Netflix, unless otherwise stated):
Self-Made, Based on the Life of Madam CJ Walker
Women of the Night
I Am Not Okay With This
The Incredible 2
Pets Life 2
*listen to find out if we recommend it.
Coronavirus got us stuck in the house watching shows like Containment, looking forward to the new show, Vampires, and making the best of an uncertain but highly impactful, pandemic situation. Listen to learn how we’re coping, educating ourselves, and staying safe. Stay till the end of the episode... where we talk about our favorite topic: dicks.
Xena Zeit-Geist is a New Orleans performer, using her body and brains to make empowering statements about sex and body positivism, queer acceptance and celebration, and freedom of expression for women period... and she does it all in a variety of creative --and intentionally disturbing-- ways, including burlesque dancing, acting, t-shirt designing, costume making, cosplaying, modeling, talk show hosting, and just being her beautiful, confident self. Listen to find out how Xena got started with burlesque, what "Society of Sin" is all about, tips for becoming a burlesque dancer, what it was like to act in the romantic zombie comedy, Eat Brains Love (2018), her best and worst fan stories and more. Follow Xena everywhere in social media and attend her burlesque shows... once the coronavirus is under control and events resume.
**PLEASE NOTE** This episode was recorded prior to the coronavirus being declared a national pandemic emergency. In light of recent circumstances, we have become more knowledgeable and aware of the seriousness of this situation. We did not intend to make light of the situation during this episode. We were only discussing it based on the info we had at that time. Please keep your hands washed, stay away from public gatherings for now, and stay safe. We'll get through this together.
If this had been a video instead of just audio, we maybe would have flashed our titties while recording this episode. ;) Kidding. But we seriously had a great discussion with fellow Houston horror author, Lisa Vasquez. This married mom of three does it all from writing horror, to book cover designing, to being the CEO of her own publishing company, to being a crisis counselor... with a little creative art splashed in between. Listen to learn what it's like writing horror in historical settings, her most sadistic scenes, what inspires her to write dark, twisted worlds and characters, and some tips for writing. With Lisa's extensive writing about plagues in horror and her pre-med background, this was also a perfect time to discuss the Corona Virus, and it's impact on our 2020 communities and events.
You can get in touch with Lisa and find out more about her projects at:
Houston's got talent, and Mz Blue is a great depiction of that. This multi-talented performer is a rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, and radio host. Since we stan a queen down with uplifting other queens, this was not only fun but a positive discussion on female solidarity and empowerment. Mz Blue does so many things well, listen to learn what's the one thing she doesn't do, who her greatest influences are, how she got in the entertainment biz, what it was like playing a she-devil in the "Souled Out Bus Stop" film, tips on how to twerk, how her husband feels about her sexy persona, some of her sexiest song lyrics, and more. At the end of this episode, Mz Blue even spits us some hot bars. Follow her in social media, support her music on Spotify, and attend her live performances to watch her "Go Off". Happy Black History Month!
Pics by Ish @Barrimedia
Vampires aren't just iconic figures of literary fiction. They aren't just in the historic French Quarter of New Orleans either. Today's guest, Mikael Kage, is a real blood-drinking vampire, and he's here to educate people about his and the whole Houston vampire community's existence. If you're in the Houston area, it's probably no surprise that we have a community of real vampires here. You're probably already familiar with Numbers Night Club and the diverse subcultures that make our city a great place to be yourself and connect with others in alternative lifestyles. If you're not in Houston and unfamiliar with our culture of acceptance, or if you love the vampire community as much as we do, listen to this episode to learn all about it from the King of the Houston Vampire Court. Learn about how Mikael Kage practices safe blood feeding, the different types of vampires, the purpose of the HVC, Mikael's supernatural healing powers, his religious background, his poly relationship with the Queen of the HVC, and what to expect from this year's Houston Vampire Ball (May 15 -16th). If you suspect you're a vampire or have already been awakened, follow HVC at https://www.facebook.com/TheHoustonVampireCourt/ and get involved with the positive mission of this community.
Nicole Sixx (nicolesixx.com) writes horror, paints, does tarot readings, acts in Grindhouse films, and models fishnet stockings. Since we love an ambitious, creative, sexy woman, this convo covered a lot of topics and was a lot of fun. Listen as Nicole discusses her love or reading and writing horror, growing up in Colorado and moving to L.A., being a Christian witch, her friendship with porn star, Jessica Jaymes (RIP), how she feels about the word "bitch", her real-life spirit encounter, and more... on this week's episode. For Women In Horror Month 2020, check out her work on Amazon, including her series, "Some Fucked Up Shit": https://www.amazon.com/Nicole-Sixx/e/B00BHKMCSA and follow her on Instagram: http://instagram.com/nicolesixxbooks .
We do our best to bring you a variety of sexy, entertaining guests, and this week is no different. Vonetta Berry, a nudist and body painting artist for over thirty years, chatted with us about how she got in the biz of creating art with flesh as her canvas, what her goals are with her style of art, her upcoming Flesh Peddlers Ball (Feb. 8th, Houston, tickets online only), her polyamorous lifestyle, how body art can be empowering, and a little about the local kink BDSM fetish community.
Follow her in social media and schedule a booking for your own professional body painting session:
Also, get tickets to the upcoming sex and body positive Flesh Peddlers Ball here: https://www.accelevents.com/e/FleshPeddlersBallXXIX
As we enter "Women In Horror Month" 2020, there's no better way to kick it off than to have our special guest be a woman horror author that we admire. Award-winning author of ten novels, Jae Mazer, is fearless when it comes to writing her terrifying creatures that go bump in the night and putting their victims in uncomfortable situations. Listen to learn what inspires her, tips for writing horror, how she handles being 6' tall, and what it's like to move from Canada to Texas. Also, follow her in social media to keep up with her new releases and author events:
In addition to shout outs and updates, this episode is full of more Netflix gushing with original shows like Ares, Sex Education, Diablero... and Tyler Perry's new movie on the 'flix, A Fall From Grace. Though our thoughts are more insightful than slap-happy funny this time, listen for some good recommendations and a commentary on how each are applicable to our every day lives.
Author Todd Sullivan, is well-traveled, well-educated, and well-skilled at writing horror, so we pulled up a seat to listen and learn. Todd shared stories about his experiences in countries we've never been to, inspiration and vision for his gory, combat-filled horror fiction, the impact he feels his fiction has on the world, tips for aspiring writers, his writing influences, and what it's like to be a black male author writing Korean characters and settings. We learned a lot and know you will too.
Check out his new books, Butchers (Nov. 2019) and Hollow Men (Dec. 2019).
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It's no secret that we loooove binge-watching Netflix shows and movies. This week was special af, because we had three new Netflix originals to discuss--Dracula, The Witcher and YOU. This happens to be our first spoiler-free review episode, so dive in, if you're looking for binge recommendations or you've seen the shows, and are blood-thirsty for some convo about them. Also, note our 2020 news and events segment. It's going to be an exciting year!
Britt Harris has the look, passion, and talent of a rock star, so it's no wonder he's the front man for a rock band--The Temple of Mercy, a touring tribute band for The Sisters of Mercy. In this episode, Britt candidly discusses the good, bad, and ugly relationship between sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll, complete with raunchy stories that left us speechless. *gasp* Sex and drug experimentation may be part of the fun, but his love of music is the game. Whether Britt's playing guitar, bass, or singing in front of two people or two thousand, he gives his all with each performance and feels most alive onstage. Expect to see and hear much more from this rising star. Follow him in social media, book his band for shows, and go see him rock out.
Booking Agent: Brett Morris - firstname.lastname@example.org
Britt Harris: https://www.facebook.com/brittislove
G.G. Sleaze rocks out at home and on tour, with a bass and a guitar, with long-standing bands and one of his own. No matter what's going on around him, G.G. lives, sleeps, breathes, and rocks to the music. In this episode, we go deeper into the life of a Houston rock star, learning secrets of the music biz and relationships between rockers, groupies, and drugs. Show him some love in social media and his upcoming shows: https://www.facebook.com/G.G.Sleaze and https://www.instagram.com/g.g.sleaze .
Bass at Pretty Vacant
Guitarist at Richie Ramone
Guitarist at Lisafer's Screech of Death
Guitarist at Prophets of Addiction
Guitarist at The Guillotines
Former Guitarist at Vanity Crimes
From concerts to comic cons, and birthdays to new book releases, and parades to Halloween haunts... Listen as we travel down memory lane to some of our best highlights of 2019. Thank YOU for making the first six months of our podcast absolutely amazing.
We just HAD to watch V-Wars on Netflix, since Ian Somerhalder (Somer-smolder, more like) stars in this new vampire show. Listen to this episode to find out our likes and dislikes about it. We didn't stop there though. Since we were already reviewing a Netflix show, we jumped both feet into our bests (favorites) of 2019: Best TV Show, Best Movie, Best Book, and Best Song. If we were giving out awards, this would be our list. Find out if ours match yours or get some great recommendations.
Our Thanksgiving episode went a bit off the rails, beginning with the personal question about whether Dicey & Chantell swallow or spit cum. Somewhere during the episode, it all pulled together with useful writing tips. If you're going stir-crazy with family and refuse to go Black Friday shopping, this episode will take your mind off everything for about an hour. Enjoy... and try not to judge us too much. ;)
Tune in to our fun discussion with artist, cartoonist, illustrator, and web comic designer, B. Ray Pennington, and discover why his creative style is so mind blowing. With his conscious effort to create diverse characters, his propensity towards dark punch lines, and his extra dreamy long hair, he fit comfortably into the hot seat for our sex and horror themes. In addition to discussing his man-eating characters, we hopped on the topic of Marianne (Netflix French horror show) and In the Tall Grass (Netflix Stephen King and Noe Hill horror movie). For more info on B. Ray's brain fellatio work, check out his web comic at brainfellatio.org . Subscribe to patreon.com/geekvisionproductions and m.twitch.tv/geekvisionproductions to support his mixed media work. Also follow him on IG: instagram.com/geekvisionproductions and Twitter: twitter.com/b_rayp .
We couldn't call ourselves horror lovers without watching and discussing Stephen King's 1980 "The Shining" movie and it's brand-spanking-new sequel "Doctor Sleep". So, that's what we did in this episode after an update on what's been going on with us.
We loved having porn babe, Rocky Emerson, on the podcast so much last time--and apparently, she loved it too--that she came back for a second round to discuss the AH-MAZING Joker movie. We discussed Joker porn, the movie's crime-drama-thriller categorization as opposed to horror, in which ways we relate to Joker, and every nuance we could think of related to Arthur Fleck becoming Joker. You should probably watch the movie first before listening to this episode, because the movie's AH-MAZING, and because we have some spoilers.
In this week's episode, our special guest Rocky Emerson, shared details about her exotic life as a porn star. She may not have been in the adult video industry for long, but she's made a name for herself already with her long legs, tattoos, and cool, down-to-earth personality. Listen to learn how she got in the business, tips on squirting, the strangest fan request she's received, where she draws the line in doing a scene, what it's like getting roles with her tattoos, whether she prefers working with men or women, how she prepares for an intense scene, how she decompresses afterwards, and... her thoughts on Joker movie. Rocky discussed all of this and then some. Follow her in social media and subscribe to her fan pages, where she's likely to interact and show some love back. IG: @thatonetattooedgirl , Twitter: @RockyEmersonXXX , Onlyfans.com/RockyEmerson
As the title states, we discussed the sex and horror mixed genre in literature, TV, and film, for our second live show. This time, we were on stage 2 at Fandemic Tour comic con, as we presented the topic as a panel, where our audience participated in the end by asking questions. Our special guest Grim D. Reaper (author Kevin A. Ranson) came aboard and added a male's perspective during this adults-only discussion. His experience with movie reviews (moviecrypt.com) was the perfect blend to this episode about the perfect genre blend.
As the title states, we discussed the history and evolution of sex and horror mixed genre, and we did it at our first live show--Scarydad's Haunted Halloween Show. We took it all the way back from the first horror film "The House of the Devil" (English translation from French) in 1896 to Vampyr (1933) to Dracula (1958) to the 1968 repeal of the morality ban to form MPAA rating system to modern day horror porn. ** Thanks to Scarydad for having us, and thanks to everyone that joined our live discussion.**
With his edgy hairstyle and boyish good looks, Nathan Bronson, is great to watch when he does his business on camera. And since he's in the business of fucking and cumming in adult videos, fans can enjoy hours of Nathan's sexy art, creative entertainment, and... masturbation. Lucky for us, Nathan's also great with fans of his work, and is always down for open, sex-positive conversation. In this extended episode, we had the pleasure of chatting with him about what goes on behind the scenes in the porn industry from the male’s perceptive, tips for how to enhance one's own performance in the bedroom, which scene nearly made him pop early, and other layers, ambitions, and hobbies for Nathan that don't involve porn at all. You can follow Nathan on Twitter and Instagram and support Nathan's work at: onlyfans.com/nathan_bronson .
If you're curious about the life of a male stripper AKA exotic dancer, this is the episode for you. Our Hunk-O-Mania guest, Chris Legend, gave us some sexy and wild details of his life on and off stage, including how he got in the business, how he ended up having sex during a performance, what it was like having sex on the Venice beach, which cities he loves performing the most, and... his dick size. Chris held nothing back, letting us get down deep and dirty with him from beginning to end.
If you loved Bob's depth and intensity in AMC's "The Walking Dead", D'Angelo's street-wise swag in HBO's "The Wire", and Chris's cool sarcasm in HBO's "The Deuce", you must love Lawrence Gilliard Jr. as much as we do. In this interview with the New York/Baltimore native, we discuss Lawrence's transition from studying music to becoming an actor, which of his scenes he's most proud of, his #1 tip for aspiring actors, what it's like for him to meet fans, the one role he would not accept, and whether he has an ideal role. To learn more about this veteran actor, who also starred in "Gangs of New York", "The Beast", "Army Wives", "Graceland", and much more... tune in!
If you ever have a chance to meet Lawrence at a comic con, make sure you do. He's not only witty; he takes time to make his fans feel special. His next appearance will be at Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta, October 18-20, 2019.
To celebrate the release of Chantell's newest book, "Board to Death", we discussed these creepy talking boards in depth. Are ouija boards conduits for deceased, restless spirits or are they just for bored kids to play silly, harmless games? With so many movies about ouija boards, what's accurate, and what's only made to scare viewers to death? How can something so chilling-- communicating with the dead via a board-- ever be sexy? What rules should always be followed when choosing to use a board? Tune in to our discussion... and cue the Twilight Zone music.
*You can get Chantell's book here: https://amzn.to/2OcLpBW *
As fans of Stephen King and horror movies, we watched IT: Chapter 2 then over-analyzed the nuances of Pennywise, Derry, the characters, actors, our favorite scenes, scariest fantasies... You name it, and we probably covered it in this crossover episode with Cult 45 Movie Podcast. You can also WATCH this episode on Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHG6yI3cbNQ&t=487s
Dicey & Chantell wil' out discussing movies that feature two men, one woman AND one man, two women: Threesome (1994), A Home At the End of the World (2004), Y Tu Mama Tambien (2001), Newness (2017), Trois (2000), Love (2015), The Sex Monster (1999). Some of the relationships are sexy. Others are messy. Either way, each movie was fun to watch and analyze. Listen to find out what we enjoyed, what we hated, what we learned, and what we recommend watching.
Dicey and Chantell truly cover sex AND horror in this episode by discussing everything from comparing Stephen King's It (1990) to IT (2017) in preparation for IT: Chapter 2 (2019)......... to discussing movies about threesomes with one woman and two men such as Angels of Sex (2012), Splendor (1999), and The Doom Generation (1995). Everything from sexual fluidity to which Pennywise has scarier eyes is discussed in this episode. Beware: this description may be short, but the episode is not, as Dicey and Chantell had lots to say about each of these films.
In this episode, Dicey and Chantell have fun discussing what they love-- horror films and shows. In this Grab (thumbs up) or Stab (thumbs down) game, they review ten 2019 movies and shows. Each review is under five minutes before the bonus round. If you're looking for something scary to watch check out these quick reviews:
1. The Boys (Amazon Prime series)
2. Annabelle Comes Home
4. Scary Stories to Tell In the Dark
6. Stranger Things (Netflix series)
7. The Curse La Llorona
8. Pet Sematary
9. Child's Play
Bonus: Mind Hunter (Netflix series).
Honorable mentions: Ma, Brightburn (refer to Episode 1 for our reviews of these 2019 movies), and The Perfection (refer to our interview with the writers in Episode 9).
This episode with Adam Lindo got a bit serious and political as we discussed the real life horrors happening with U.S. immigration practices, as highlighted in Adam's most recent acting role as I.C.E. Agent "Clitvack" on season 7 of Orange Is The New Black. He has also played a detective on Blue City, a gritty show delving into real life horrors of gang violence, drugs, and corruption. When he's not appearing in Above the Shadows, Blindspot, The Blacklist, Bluebloods, Power, and other shows and films, he's managing a barber shop and writing children's books. In fact, he just released a new interactive children book, Nile Goes to the Barbershop, in which he donates half of the proceeds to charity to help immigrant families. We got to chat with him about the inspiration for his book, what it was like playing a memorable, albeit unlikeable, villain on a popular show, how he handles being "eye candy" and interacting on Instagram, what it's like getting acting roles as a person of color, his limit for acting in sex scenes, ideal roles and genres, and upcoming projects.
This episode is special, because unlike our previous episodes for entertainment purposes, based in fiction, this time we got to talk about real ghosts with a REAL spiritual medium. Yes, Katrina Cooper really sees, hears, and touches the dead. She uses her "gift" to help the living, and has even assisted in fighting for and bringing home 54 missing children. Tune in to learn why she hates being at hospitals, the burden of seeing and communicating with people no one else can see (Forever Friends), how her abilities as a medium differs from psychics, her thoughts on Biblical interpretations of the other side, what Heaven, Hell, and Reincarnation is really like, advice for others who suspect they may have medium abilities, and a personal story about a sexy ghost encounter. Whether you're a skeptic or believer, you'll learn much from this episode and be WOWed by Katrina's insight.
**SPECIAL OFFER** If you mention Dicey and Chantell's Sex & Horror Podcast to Katrina, she will take $15 off a 30-60 minute reading! If you need answers from the ever-present deceased spirits around you, book an appointment with her today and mention us: https://www.facebook.com/Katrinaspiritualmedium/ We do not get paid for this. We just want you to get the help you seek.
Actors tend to get all the glory since they are the face of creative projects, but there would be no movies or shows without the creators, writers, producers, and directors. It’s our honor to showcase the creative minds behind the scenes on our podcast that aren’t usually recognized.
For this episode, we had the pleasure and honor of chatting with Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder, the powerhouse creator/ writer/ producer team that: 1.*wrote The Perfection movie (2019, Netflix), 2.*created, wrote, produced Midnight, Texas (2017-2018, NBC), 3.*wrote and produced Supernatural (2013-2016, CW), and 4. *created, wrote, and produced Ringer (2011-2012, CW). These, of course, are not all the projects they’ve done, just the ones we discussed mostly during our fun episode.
Listen to find out how they’ve turned their 22-year friendship into cinematic gold, what a typical day in Hollywood looks like for them, tips for achieving creating/ writing/ producing dreams, what inspired them to write the best darn horror film so far for 2019, their upcoming horror movie project, the differences between working with NBC, CW, and Netflix, what it’s like to work with so many beautiful and talented actors, and sooo much more.
Retired adult performer, Mr. Plus 1, gave us the real scoop on BDSM in this episode. If you've watched or read the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy and become curious about something other than vanilla sex--this is your chance to learn from a real Daddy Dom. Sure, we discuss horror films and why Thanos was right, but Mr. Plus1 also gives us a glimpse in to his 24/7 lifestyle, along with how he got involved in being the porn talent AND owner of his own XXX production company (Royale Entertainment Studios). As "Head Motherfucker In Charge", Mr. Plus1 also lets us know his favorite scenes to watch, shoot, which ones sell best, and what it takes to work with him.
If you love clowns-- especially, if you know they're sexy-- this is the episode for you. During our interview with Willy Vodka, the "Big Red" Creepy Hollow Haunted House clown, it got weird in the best way. Willy describes what it's like to haunt for the haunted house, how he became Willy Vodka, his funniest haunt stories, what an evening out with him and vodka is like, the history of clowns, and other clowns he looks up to. You can catch him at Creepy Hollow Haunted House from Sept. 13th to Nov. 2nd this year. Also, follow him on FB, IG, Twitch, and Youtube.
We were blown away during our interview with Actor, Director, Producer, and Writer, Jeffrey Reddick. His work on the Final Destination movie franchise (Stephen King named the first one in his top 22 favorite films of all times list), The Final Wish (starring Michael Welch), Dante's Cove (a revolutionary gay horror series), Midnight, Texas (based on the Charlaine Harris book series, starring hottie, Francois Arnaud), Tamara (starring timeless beauty, Jenna Dewan), and Day of the Dead (starring multi-talented, Nick Cannon), are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Jeffrey's brilliance and passion for creating horror films.
Tune in for tips on writing a great screenplay, why Jeffrey's proud to be out in the LGBT+ community, how he comes up with deliciously deviant ways to kill people onscreen, what it's like to blend sex and horror in a script, and his thoughts on diversity in Hollywood and male full frontal nudity. Look out for Jeffrey's upcoming movie, Good Samaritan, based on a character in his 2014 short. Also, look out for his work with our previous guest, Digger Mesch, on the upcoming movie, Fire Woman.
Horror films wouldn't be so terrifying without special effects, makeup, animatronics, and prosthetics. That's why Dicey and Chantell were excited to interview award-winning special makeup effects artist, producer, and director, Vincent Guastini, to talk all about it. With his extensive filmography, you're bound to have watched his work in one, two, or ten films (Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero, I, Frankenstein, World War Z, I Am Legend, Letters from Iwo Jima, Scary Movie 4, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Children of the Living Dead, Requiem For a Dream, Dogma, The Last of the Mohicans, Child's Play 3, The Final Wish...) and known many of the professionals he's worked with. Tune in to our discussion about how Vincent carved out his own destiny by doing what he loves, which of his visuals freaked out movie-goers AND people on set, what it was like working with Kevin Smith and Clint Eastwood, tips for artists interested doing special effects work, what to expect from Vincent's latest movie: Rock, Paper, Scissors (coming July 23rd), and whether he's used one of his masks during sex.
Author Michelle Pace joined Dicey and Chantell on this episode to discuss her new romantic suspense book, True Gold, what it was like meeting super hot and super talented actors, Jason Momoa and Jensen Ackles, her transition from indie to traditional publishing, why she prefers writing romance with grit, and her go-to Pornhub category . *True Gold will be released July 2nd. You can pre-order it now.*
Boyyyy, did we have a great time on this episode discussing "Bonding" show on Netflix, reading our favorite literary horror scenes, and discussing sexy songs with horrifying lyrics. We also did the fool when it came to this week's sex and horror news and events. Enjoy, leave us a voice message, subscribe, and follow our FB group!
Authors Dicey Grenor and Chantell Renee love all things sexy and horrifying. Thanks for tuning in to this week's discussion about the horror films "Ma" and "Brightburn", sexiest scenes in horror films, and upcoming Houston events.