Sometimes, there is nothing that makes me happier than a bag of red licorice, the company of my vintage Suzanne Somers action figure and the soundtrack of Love At First Bite on my stereo!
But usually I am most pleased when I get to talk cheesy horror flicks with upstanding terror stalkers like Derrick Carey (Swamphead, Hole in the Wall), Cory J. Udler (Incest Death Squad series, Mediatrix) and acclaimed genre journalist Seth Poulin.
Here, we four talk, on the Carrey hosted podcast Astro Radio Z, about Dario Argento’s wildly dismissed Dracula and about the current state of this master of horror and his ilk.
Not surprisingly, perhaps, we all kind of dug this one. Find out why at:
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!
Everyone looks better in pink vinyl! Euro horror legend Asia Argento proved she was no exception with the release of her musical soundscape Total Entropy earlier this year.
With every track creating a moody and dark (yet dance worthy) vibe, this seductive femme proves she knows her fan base. Even the backing to a song like CheeseAndEggs (which details the emotional routines involved with breakfast consumption) seems like it belongs behind the action of a grimy George Romero flick. Vampy concerns a girlfriend who is a “lesbo vampire” while the song with the most interesting title My Stomach is the most violent of Italy is actually one of the most musically complex, as well.
Placebo fans will rejoice at Argento’s collaboration with Brian Molko, a fun reimagining of Serge Gainsbourg’s Je t’aime moi non plus while others will definitely want to join this chameleon-like chanteuse at the Sexodrome, pronto!
Until the next time – keep your Asia love going strong by following her at
https://twitter.com/AsiaArgento — and SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!