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PTS Presents DIRECTOR'S CHAIR with John D. Hancock


Podcasting Them Softly is thrilled to present a discussion with filmmaker John D. Hancock! John is the director of the 70’s horror classic Let’s Scare Jessica to Death, the highly acclaimed baseball drama Bang the Drum Slowly with Robert De Niro and Michael Moriarity, Baby Blue Marine with Jan-Michael Vincent, the cult classic California Dreaming, family holiday favorite Prancer, and the prison drama Weeds with Nick Nolte. 146 more words

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Anthology – 024 – Nightmare as a Child (The Twilight Zone S01E29) + The Yellow Canary (1963)



This week, Matt reviews episode 29 from The Twilight Zone’s first season: Nightmare as a Child… 186 more words


The Twilight Zone


Excited that I’ll be reading my story ‘Candyman,’ which was published in the Touch of Saccharine anthology, at this. It promises to be an entertaining evening of science fiction readings.

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Crypt-ober: One Night at Mercy (The Twilight Zone 2002)

You’re traveling to another dimension. A dimension not of sight or of sound but of mind. A dimension NOT hosted by Rod Sterling. Yes, fright fans, the Twilight Zone is probably one of the most well known horror/sci-fi anthology franchises in entertainment history. 618 more words


Crypt-ober: Dead Men Don't Jump (Tales from the Cryptkeeper)

I’m not much of a sports fan. I don’t really hate sports, I just don’t go out of my way to watch any. Still, I understand why some people go nuts over them. 375 more words


Horror Month - October Reviews

    October is around, which means this month I am going to tackle horror stories! This is going to involve both the watching of the classics I haven’t seen before, such as “Nightmare on Elm Street,” and “Halloween” and also psychological horror stories like those from “Black Mirror” and “The Twilight Zone.” 53 more words

Album Review: "People Are Alike All Over" by Space Monkey Death Sequence

I really love music that is bold, different, and ultimately driven to stand out amongst the static. When an album called People Are Alike All Over… 314 more words