Welcome to our first ever episode! You may have missed the live broadcast on Spreaker, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the amazing conversations that happened over the course of the night. After some technical problems early on, we were able to have several fantastic conversations about this month’s flagship topic: VHS Memories!
Here is what you will find in this episode:
00:00 – Heather and Miguel chat away and encounter technical difficulties
11:43 – A vintage commercial for a Universal Horror VHS Box Set
13:02 – Jim Phoel of Draconic Verses fame talks, among other things, 7 Faces of Dr. Lau
26:35: Damn Dirty Geeks‘ Co-host and Producer Jack Bennett reckons VHS exposed him to counterculture
39:46: Horrible Imaginings Film Festival programmer James Coker talks terrifying VHS horror marketing
53:16: Ethan Halo on the line of home video culture
1:22:09: Screenwriter Seth Sherwood makes a confession
01:43:13: Kevin Maher of Kevin Geeks Out! talks VHS Cover Gimmicks
01:51:41: Red Shirt Pictures‘ Michael Felsher and the truth about VHS
02:22:47: McLaughlin talks the importance of choice in video stores
02:41:55: Special Effects Artist Mike Lombardo and VHS birthing a career path
03:00:40: Blumhouse‘s Rebekah McKendry rounds out the episode talking about the treasure of VHS
Producer Heather Buckley and Film Festival Director Miguel Rodriguez host the show where YOU talk about your personal experiences with VHS and home video! Every month is a new topic! Listen LIVE at Spreaker, and call 844-505-DETH (3384) to be part of the show! Get your story heard!