Broadcasting from the Hollywood Forever Cemetery … The Aquarium Drunkard Show. The Halloween edition, Wednesday night / 7pm California time. SIRIUS/XM ~ Channel 35.
As All Hallows’ Eve draws nigh, it’s time to check in with rock ‘n roll boogieman, Jed Maheu of Zig Zags.
The only thing that sucks about Halloween is trying to figure out what to be. So, Jed figured it out for you with a list of musician themed costumes for Halloween 2019! Heads up these will not work in 2020 as it will be too close to the election and no one will be in the mood for fun.
Broadcasting from the Hollywood Forever Cemetery . . . The Aquarium Drunkard Show: The Halloween Edition AD Halloween Intro ++ Eartha Kitt – I Want To Be Evil (AD Halloween Version) ++ The Munsters – Munster Creep ++ Bob McFadden & Dor […]
Our weekly two hour show on SIRIUS/XMU , channel 35, can be heard twice every Friday — Noon EST with an encore broadcast at Midnight EST. SIRIUS 454: Count Chucula – Intro ++ Bob Mcfadden & […]
Our weekly two hour show on SIRIUS/XMU , channel 35, can be heard twice, every Friday — Noon EST with an encore broadcast at Midnight EST. SIRIUS 409: Intro ++ The Tomko’s – The Spook ++The […]
(Welcome to Videodrome . A monthly column plumbing the depths of vintage underground cinema – from cult, exploitation, trash and grindhouse to sci-fi, horror, noir and beyond.) Another October, another opportunity to discuss horror films in […]
(Welcome to Videodrome . A monthly column plumbing the depths of vintage underground cinema – from cult, exploitation, trash and grindhouse to sci-fi, horror, noir and beyond.) Aside from 14-year-olds and the few dozen AD readers […]
Boo. 34 vintage spookers from the grey haas spanning 1957-1972. Download/tracklisting after the jump. For more undead, last year’s Halloween mixtape is still available, here .
Best Halloween mix you’re likely to see all season…courtesy of Grey Haas . Save a couple tracks the collection is comprised of 25 vintage spookers spanning 1958-1966. Tracklisting/download after the jump. Boo.
Halloween isn’t that tough to spell. But anytime I write or type the word, I find myself subconsciously singing Wade Denning and Kay Lande’s “Halloween.” Released on Golden Records in 1969 as part of a […]
Horror films have always straddled the line between sex and violence. One could say the same about porn. Put the two genres together and add a heavy dose of irony and psychedelic drugs and you […]