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Upcoming Appearance in New Jersey

So, a priest, a horror writer and Snooki walk into a bar…

Thanks to the wonderful Jay Kay with Horror Happens (you need to be listening to his show), I’m breaking out of my cage and will be at a very special event in Joisey on Friday, July 15th, you know, that place with the devil that popped outta Momma Leeds. 223 more words

My place in Scotland is in the middle of nowhere, so you’ve just got a keyboard, guitar, a little drum machine and you know if you can work stuff out like that, if you can hammer out songs that sound good just with those three things and a voice, you’re o http://ift.tt/29bYHGZ

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'CyberPunkzzz' Interview

By Jay Kay (Host of Horror Happens Radio Show)

We spoke to filmmakers Turner Stewart and Dionne Copeland about their first feature //CYBERPUNKZZ//! 1,907 more words

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“WOMEN IN HORROR” GUEST CONVERSATION SERIES ON “THE HORROR HAPPENS RADIO SHOW” RETURNS

The Horror Happens Radio Show hosted by Jay Kay and The Ghost celebrates WOMEN In Horror Month! The program welcomes more than 25 new women of horror including filmmakers, actresses, writers, makeup/FX, journalists, promoters, artists and more.   345 more words

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Luchagore Productions - 2015 Horror Shorts

Written by Jay Kay (host of Horror Happens Radio Show).

Many film production companies come and go. Whether it is lucky breaks, in front of the right pair eyes or picking up a camera saying and you are a filmmaker; you wait to see who will survive and who will sink in the ocean of horror short film. 739 more words

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Review: Good Samaritan (Short - 2014)

Review by Jay Kay (Host of Horror Happens Radio Show)

In a voyeuristic world that at any time someone could be watching you from your laptop, inside your car, from their window into your home perhaps even across a field comes the powerful tale of revenge, fear and dealing with guilt from… 544 more words

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Review: Pity (Short - 2014)

Written by Jay Kay (host of Horror Happens Radio Show)

PITY is Directed by John Pata, Written by J.R. Hayes and adapted by John Pata (Head Trauma Productions). 712 more words

Film