On this week’s episode, I fill you in on where It’s All Connected 2021 has taken me after introducing the concept in Episode 29. From Stoker, I went through many films by Guillermo del Toro and Mike Flanagan, two of the best at what they do!
This week I’m joined by the fantastic Ben Morse to discuss one of the most seminal runs of comics, New Teen Titans by Marv Wolfman and George Perez. Recorded in the spring of 2020, we discuss the run, how it was reflected in modern comics and what we think of the mixing of genres (spoiler: it’s awesome). Do yourself a favor and follow Ben on Instagram and Twitter!
On today’s episode, I’m running through a quintet of fabulous comic books that adapt unfilmed screenplays of somewhat historical significance. They also happen to be super fun reads.
I read the Things from Another World interview with Phil Hester and Jonathan Lau here.
If you’re curious about the novelization of William Gibson’s Aliens 3 script, here’s the Amazon link.
In addition to the intro penned by William Gibson, I also read this Wayback Machine archived blog post he wrote.
If you have Marvel Unlimited, check out The Star Wars here. You can watch Empire Of Dreams on Disney+!
Here you can see the official Jim Henson Company clip about Time Piece. If anyone knows where I can see the full version and/or The Cube, let me know.
I refer to this Ramon K Perez CBR interview conducted by my pal Steve Sunu!
On this week’s episode, I’m celebrating my nearly life-long Star Wars fandom! From the days of watching the movies on cable to earning a few bucks from one of my favorite franchises, this one covers it all!
On today’s episode, I’m running down five rad horror authors working right now who are not the master Stephen King. Over the course I talk about a dozen different books that have really hit me over the past decade or so. Hopefully you’ll find someone new to read as you listen!
I’ve written about a lot of these books here on the site: Final Girls, The Last Time I Lied, A Head Full Of Ghosts, HorrorStor, Paperbacks From Hell, Locke & Key, Heart-Shaped Box, Horns, NOS4A2, 20th Century Ghosts, The Shining Girls and Broken Monsters.
Hi gang and happy belated St. Patrick’s Day! If you’re curious about the homemade Reubens I made, check out this link! They may not be particularly Irish, but they are absolutely delicious. In other holiday news, I watched all of the Leprechaun movies. The results were…something. Give it a listen! Also, you can stream a lot of these movies on Peacock, Syfy and Fubo!
Happy Women’s Month everyone! To celebrate, I’m reflecting on one of my all-time favorite comic characters Wonder Woman! In this episode, I offer up a handful of quick hit Wonder Woman comics and graphic novels meant to usher any and all curious about the character into the wonderful world of comics!
I mentioned a few things I’ve written in the episode as well. If you’re curious, here’s the link for the Fandom Wonder Woman 1984 piece I worked on as well as the Colleen Doran CBR interview I did with her about A Distant Soil back in 2013. Oh and in the gallery above you can see the Mike Deodato Artemis sketch I mentioned!
Hi there cats and kittens, this week’s episode of The High Five podcast gets hep with a quintet of musicals from the 1980s that have roots going back to the 1950s! We have Happy Days and Grease to thank for these, plus the eventual power that kids who grew up in that older decade had in the latter one! This one was a real wild trip, but I had a gas putting it together!
Oh and if you want to list to the Spotify playlist I put together based on some of these films’ soundtracks, check it out!
Here’s a few cool pieces of Little Shop Of Horrors art too!
To close out Women In Horror Month, I talked about five women authors I read in February. As you can see and hear, it’s a mix of classics, 70s goodness and one of my favorite new horror books around!
For what it’s worth, when I compared Saint-Germaine to Doc Sampson, I meant Doc Savage.
I wrote about Monster, She Wrote last year. You can check it out through its publisher Quirk Books as well as the Valancourt series of reprints. Valancourt’s The Auctioneer can (and should) be ordered here.
On this week’s High Five Podcast I’m joined by not one, but two very special guests: my kids! On this one, the three of us discuss our favorite TV show watching experiences of last year. It might sound a little funky because it was recorded differently than the others, but I hope you’ll enjoy our takes on some of the best shows for families around!