Scott takes a look at the iconic collection Scary Stories to tell in the Dark and also, how scary stories have evolved.
Scott and Julian conclude their discussion of the Age and Imagination Trilogy. Going deep on Brazil and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen.
Scott and Julian get deep and discuss the origins of the book Seduction of the Innocent and how it impacted comic book censorship.
Scott and Julian have a deep dive looking at the Alan Moore years of Britain's first Superhero, Miracleman.
Scott talks with host of 'Shedunnit' podcast, Caroline Crampton, about the period between 1920 & 1940, regarded as the golden age of detective fiction.
Podcast about the man who brought us Cosmic dread, interdimensional god like beings and the Necronomicon - Howard Philp Lovecraft.
Scott and Julian go deep and talk about Tim Burton, his filmography, why we enjoy his work and how auteur cinema is suffering at the moment.
How do Horror movies and modern myths influence each other? What are we still scared of?
Scott talks with author Jim Beard about the heroes that stepped off the pages of the pulp magazines during the dark days of the great depression.
Jim Beard Amazon Link
“The great Pulp Heroes” Book link
Let's get into History! Scott has the pleasure of talking with Richard Sharpe creator Bernard Cornwell and One of Sharpe's Chosen men from the TV series, Rifleman Harris, Jason Salkey.
For more about Bernard Cornwell and the Sharpe series visit bernardcornwell.net
Find out more about Jason's new book chronicling his time on the Sharpe series at unbound.com/books/from-crimea-with-love
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Scott Talks with Jim Gobel of the Monty Python appreciation society about why Python is great and why its legacy has lasted so long.
Scott and Guest host Julian Darius discuss the Planet of the Apes franchise, starting with the classic 1968 movie that kicked it all off.
A compilation show of contributions, all answering the question - what does Superman mean to you?
Scott catches up with the resident comic books guys, Matt and Jordan, to discuss the different versions of the Man of Steel that have appeared on film and TV. Which are the best and worst.
Scott talks with Ben Hall about how he relates to Superman, what the Man of Steel has represented through the ages and what are the best Superman stories.
Scott talks the punk era of horror and his thoughts on the book "Paperbacks from Hell" as well as an interview with the author, Grady Hendrix.
For more information on author Grady Hendrix and his books please visit www.gradyhendrix.com
Mike and Scott step back into the squared circle to chat about everything to do with the world of wrestling when in jumped into pop culture in 80's. Were you a Hulkamaniac or a Warrior? do you know your Big Daddy from your Kendo Nagasaki? Sit back and let us walk you through it all.
I talk The Killing Joke with Julian Darius, academic, Comic lover and the man who started Sequart (sequart.org).
I highly recommend visiting sequart.org to find out more about the organisation and have access to loads of excellent articles and thought pieces.
Scott chats with the Aaron and Matt from the Launchpad Pod about the Amityville Horror and haunted house movies.
Check out the Launchpad pod at www.launchpadpod.com or on all podcast platforms.
Fitz and Lil from the 'knock Once For Yes' podcast join me to talk about the events that took place in Amityville in late 1976. Was there a haunting that got hijacked by the media or was it all made up to get out of a bad financial situation?
Check out the great 'Knock once for yes' podcast at: knockonceforyes.com