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Top Five Horror Soundtracks for Writing Bites of Terror

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Release Date: 01/29/2020

Ep. 143 Warren Bernard show art Ep. 143 Warren Bernard

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Warren Bernard is the executive director for the . We talk comics, collecting, the SPX lottery process, and how they're taking the show online for 2020. Don't miss the action this year with the panels & Ignatz awards streaming all weekend. Follow SPX on & .    SHOW NOTES: Cartoonist Kayfabe interviews with Warren   

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Ep. 142 Michael Lewis show art Ep. 142 Michael Lewis

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Michael Lewis is an American photographer. His subjects range from celebrities to business moguls to captivating self portraits and more. If you can think of the person, he's probably captured their image. I discovered Michael's work on Instagram and got lost in the endless world of images on his site. His work invites you to explore new worlds and look deeper at existing spaces. In this interview we talk about his self portrait process, photographing artists from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to Key & Peele, and growing as an artist.  You can follow Michael on . Show Notes: 

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Ep. 141 Eliaz Rodriguez show art Ep. 141 Eliaz Rodriguez

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Eliaz Rodriguez is an award winning screenwriter, director, and editor. I recently caught his short film "Compartmentalization Storage Facility" at the online Chattanooga Film Festival and fell in love with his vision, humor, and take on humanity. In this interview, we chat about the online festival experience from a creator's perspective, his strategy for short films, and working on a budget. You can discover his vast array of films on his & . SHOW NOTES:

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Ep. 138 Brett Story show art Ep. 138 Brett Story

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Brett Story is the documentarian behind . Her film explores climate change through unfiltered interviews with New Yorkers during the hot August heat of 2017. The film toured film festivals and aired on PBS. You can check it out now through .   Show Notes: 

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Ep. 137 Mary Kay McBrayer show art Ep. 137 Mary Kay McBrayer

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Mary Kay McBrayer is a writer, podcaster, and horror enthusiast. Her new book hits stores everywhere tomorrow (May 19, 2020). Mary Kay's telling of Jane Toppan's life goes deeper than dissecting a murderer, it also explores the conservative Victorian culture that may have created this monster. My chat with Mary Kay was a fascinating dive into history, horror, and feminism. You can follow Mary Kay  on , , and explore her take on hot new releases and horror on   Show Notes:     

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Ep. 136 Stephanie Crawford show art Ep. 136 Stephanie Crawford

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Stephanie Crawford is a freelance writer and podcaster based in Las Vegas. She loves all things physical media, John Waters, and horror. In this episode, we chat about her latest piece in Fangoria, blu-ray extras, and living with lupus. Follow Stephanie on .    Show Notes: 

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Ep. 135 David Allen show art Ep. 135 David Allen

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David Allen is the creator behind He is the go-to-guy for all modern productivity methodologies. His work is life changing, and I wanted to share that experience with you guys. As a creative, I often get distracted and GTD helped get through major projects like writing a l and currently every day tasks that are really hard to do while we are all in quarantine. Check out our convo and get inspired. You can follow David on Twitter @gtdguy.    Show Notes

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Ep. 134 Alex Pardee show art Ep. 134 Alex Pardee

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is an artist, writer, and designer from California. His work is dark, twisted, and beautifully bright. In this episode, we talk about Brightmares, pitching TV shows, and growing from past experiences. You can follow Alex on & .    Show Notes  

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Ep. 133 Cory Kilduff show art Ep. 133 Cory Kilduff

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Cory Kilduff is a musician based in Dallas, TX. I first came across his work when Burning Witches Records released his album When It All Gets To Be Too Much. After meeting Cory in person at Fantastic Fest this past year, I immediately wanted to know more about his creative journey into art and music. In this episode, we discuss his approach to writing new music, his LV426 rescore of Alien and its premiere at the Alamo Drafthouse, and what success really means.  You can follow Cory on (@the_neverending_cory), , and (@corykilduff).    Show Notes:  (LV426)

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Ep. 132 Glenn McQuaid show art Ep. 132 Glenn McQuaid

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Glenn McQuaid is a writer, director, producer, and musician. He is the co-creator of the popular horror audio play & anthology series Tales from Beyond the Pale. He's also the writer and director of the film I Sell the Dead, starring Ron Perlman and Dominic Monaghan. I discovered Glenn through his music created under the name Witchboard. Glenn is incredibly talented. In this episode, we talk about working in different mediums, creating stories with Larry Fessenden, the music that inspires him, and using sound to tell scary tales. You can follow Glenn on & instagram ().   ...

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It's a Lizzie Special! This episode I sit down with my Cuddles and Rage co-creator Jimmy Reed to share the soundtracks we listened to while writing Bites of Terror, our new graphic novel with Quirk Books. It was hard narrowing our list down to just five movies each. Although we wanted to have Romero, Carpenter, and John Harrison in every slot, we also wanted to bring some new, strange sounds to your ears for writing inspiration. Check out our show notes for Bites of Terror playlists on YouTube & Spotify and more fun links behind our horror graphic novel. 

SHOW NOTES: 

Spotify Playlist

YouTube Playlist

Buy the Book

Bites of Terror Behind the Scenes

Peter Cushing's Miniatures