Sometimes life imitates art, but what about when that art is a movie about demonic possession? We are revealing some of the most cursed movie productions in history in this episode, so get ready for lots of accidental death, some very unfortunate coincidence and a little bad luck.
Pull up a toadstool and chat with us. In this episode, we're spending some time chatting about what's going on in the world of horror, what creepy things we're loving right now, and what we're excited to see down the line.
We're trying out a new feature this week with some news, plus our usual recommendations and then we're going to dig around the popular horror trope of brainwashing. There's lots of it to think about, from fictional movie plots to modern day "gurus". Oh, and happy pride to all our queer horror friends!
It's the Sirens of Scream Two Year Anniversary and we are super duper, crazy thankful, thrilled and delighted that we've been able to keep this show going for you all. It's a labor of love for all of us, that we somehow manage to squeeze in between day jobs, family commitments and probably too much drinking. So, we decided to celebrate, we'll just have a good ole' online slumber party, and you're invited! Fair warning: this episode also probably contains too much drinking and too much giggling. Thanks for sticking with us!
We've had so, so many amazing guests lately and we are seriously feeling the love from all our horror geek friends out in the world! This week, we bring you the badass author of Undead Girl Gang, Lily Anderson. We had a blast with her, and we hope you'll enjoy it just as much. Also, lots of new recs for you, of course!
In this episode, we're joined by the amazing writer and storyteller, Liz Sower, who currently writes and hosts Ghosts in the Burbs! Join us and Liz for a chat about scary things, adjusting to new surroundings, and what draws us to the darker side of life.
We've got long time comics editor Shawna Gore on this show this week to chat with us about her horror comics projects, working with Bernie Wrightson, her new position as editor for Lion Forge Comics and lots more. We've also got a new list of goodies for you to check out!
Whispers between friends, stories told over campfires, recent rumors, and long-told legends. Whatever the case may be, every corner of the world has its own local legends. In this episode, we're digging in with some stories we just can't forget.
Boy have we got a great show for you this time! NYT Bestseller Cullen Bunn joins us to talk about his long history of horror in comics and short stories, share a few amazing personal tales of weirdness and dive in to some of his most notable creepy characters. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did!
GLaDOS, the homicidal artificial intelligence that runs the testing facility, and the Weighted Companion Cube, a device used to help solve puzzles but to which most players grew attached, have returned in a spin-off game called “Bridge Constructor Portal.”
Gaming releases after the holidays tends to be a little on the soft side. Companies have already touted their best and brightest as people delve into their new consoles or desired titles.
The first Nintendo Direct of 2018 hopes to show how Nintendo and other third-party companies plan to support the Nintendo Switch in the upcoming year with new or remastered titles and game updates to existing popular titles.
Have some empty wall space this Halloween? Grab some of these hi-res vintage horror posters to remedy that!
Why do people claim to hate remakes when they actually love remakes?
The Nerdy 30 opens up all the gorey details of Jason Lives: Friday the 13th, Part VI.
Ryan addresses the reflection of rape culture in film and how we should be working towards change.
This episode features a very special friend and fellow member of my Talking Comics family, Bronwyn Kelly. She was raised on a nutritionally balanced diet of Doctor Who and Star Trek. She does science and is one of the most generous giver of hugs in existence.
How a few skills and some paint can turn a cheap skull into something cool
How a few skills and some paint can turn a cheap mask into something cool
Curious Arts With Moving Parts
Quickie comic book reviews for the reader on the run.
The cool stuff that comes into the comic book shop I work at on Sundays.
It’s a great time to be a fan of independent comics. Here are some August 2017 highlights.
Melissa and Huw debut their new video show with a fun discussion about new video games and game systems their playing.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Trailer recut to Pink Floyd's "Careful With That Axe Eugene" is so perfect it's eerie.
Rare screen test footage of Donald Trump portraying Jason Voorheese in Friday the 13th Part 3.
Professor Carolyn Cocca offers a "starter guide" for those new to Star Trek The Animated Series.
Bob Reyer shares personal memories of his first experiences with Star Trek: The Original Series, to commemorate the show's 50th Anniversary.
As “Star Trek” celebrates its 50th anniversary of boldly going where no man has gone before, gamers will have the opportunity to get into that universe with new adventures on smartphones, consoles, and through virtual reality.
Bob Reyer, of Talking Comics, shares his personal list of the Top 5 (Plus 74!) best Star Trek The Original Series episodes.
Melissa Megan is joined by Talking Comics' collegues in a recap podcast and gallery of Star Trek Mission NY convention.
NASA Astronauts, Officers, and Scientists to Lead Series of Trek Talks at Star Trek: Mission New York on the Lasting Influence and Inspiration Star Trek Provided For U.S. Space Program
Most of us would proclaim a fictional character as our "favorite", but have we ever given thought as to the reasons behind the choice, whether our own or others'?