This week Nate and Eric chatted with Vincente DiSanti of Womp Stomp Films about the upcoming Never Hike Alone Friday the 13th fan film.
Nate sat down with Tommy McLaughlin, who directed Part 6 and talked about his experiences on the film.
CJ Graham is back to talk about that convention life and what 2017 has in store for him!
Josh Ludemann is the founder and operator of Beyond Disgusting Studios, or BDS for short. BDS consists of a small team of four, that specialize in various FX work. The creative team
We’re back from a much needed break. I hope everyone had a good holiday and that all our listeners made it safe and sound into 2017, despite the massive amounts of booze I know some of you drank on New
We here at Return to Camp Blood want to say thanks to everyone who has supported us this year and to all the new listeners and followers we’ve gotten. We also wish you a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, Happy Hanukah,
The early 2000s was a good time in terms of horror franchise reboots. Texas Chainsaw Massacre came back in 2003, Amityville Horror was back in 2005, Rob Zombie’s Halloween reboot came out in 2007, and the Nightmare on Elm Street
Kent Mullins is the owner/operator of Black Hat Studios. His passion for sculpting and love for Friday the 13th prompted him to open his own shop and start producing Friday the 13th hoods. Kent offers wearable and display versions and
Continuing our stall-until-E-gets-off-R-and-R series of episodes, we’re taking a look at a recent post over at cinemablend.com by Eric Eisenburg titled “Why The Entire Friday The 13th Franchise Really Kind Of Sucks”. In it, he tries to make the case