Zombies, werewolves, aliens, and ghosts have been sighted within the town limits of King Falls, but the latest strange spotting is one of biblical proportions, giving Sammy and Ben plenty to talk about on the new broadcast of King Falls AM.
King Falls AM co-hosts Sammy Stevens and Ben Arnold have endured a lot of spooky occurrences since their new show hit the airwaves, but in their latest broadcast, a power outage takes them down one of the most unexpected paths yet.
King Falls AM co-hosts Sammy Stevens and Ben Arnold have listened to their fair share of strange phone calls to the station, but the one in their latest show may be the most bizarre one yet. Sit back, relax, and keep an eye on the sky—it's time for another broadcast of King Falls AM.
The last time we tuned in to 660 on the radio dial, we heard a chilling tale of the dead coming back to life. The latest broadcast of King Falls AM digs deeper into the town's horror-centric history with special guest Howard Ford Beauregard III, though co-host Ben doesn't agree with the self-proclaimed historian's "facts" about the past.
Listeners of Sammy and Ben's radio show know that King Falls is a pleasant yet strange place, as proven in the latest broadcast that features a local coroner's encounter with the living dead. Tune in for another eerily entertaining segment of King Falls AM.
A full moon hangs over King Falls in the new broadcast of the King Falls AM radio show. If you've listened to past broadcasts of Sammy and Ben's program, you know King Falls is home to the strange, the supernatural, and now, quite possibly... werewolves.
After discussing ghost sightings with head librarian Emily Potter in their previous show, Sammy Stevens and Ben Arnold bring their mikes to Lake Hatchenhaw this week for an off-site King Falls AM broadcast with special guest Mayor Grisham.
After the eerie ending to the previous King Falls AM radio show broadcast, Sammy Stevens and Ben Arnold were visited this week by Emily Potter, head librarian at King Falls Public Library, who reveals strange things are being seen at the library, as well...
The Daily Dead team is proud to announce that we've teamed up with the King Falls AM radio show. Produced and co-hosted by Ben Arnold, this late-night radio talk show broadcasts out of small-town America and covers a wide range of topics that will be right at home on Daily Dead. With the always entertaining Sammy Stevens (formerly known as Shotgun Sammy from the BJ & Kazoo Morning Show) stepping in front of the microphone, we felt it was the perfect time to make King Falls AM available in our new "Listen" section on Daily Dead. Expect to hear new broadcasts of the show on the 1st and 15th of every month, and you can listen to the first broadcast right now!
Disruptor Beam has launched a new Survivor System for their mobile game The Walking Dead: March to War, and we have official details in today's Horror Highlights. We also have info on the world premiere of Chad Archibald's (Bite) new film, The Heretics, and details on the Kong: Skull Island soundtrack by composer Henry Jackman.
The latest horror flick filled with immense badassery to be added to Shudder's library is the fifth sequel in the Phantasm franchise, Phantasm: Ravager. Also in today's Highlights: details on the Clive Barker Reel Fear Contest, Portland International Film Festival's After Dark program, release details for Slasher.com and The Eyes, a new poster for Atomica, and production news and photos for A Haunting at Silver Falls II.
Always ready to defend his friends or say a one-liner worthy of printing out and hanging on your wall, it's easy to see why Abraham is such a fan favorite character on AMC's The Walking Dead. Following the season 7 premiere, Daily Dead, along with other journalists, recently had the opportunity to take part in a conference call interview with Cudlitz, who discussed filming the group's introduction to Negan and Lucille, the family dynamics of the show, and finding creative ways to keep a crucial secret in between seasons 6 and 7. [Spoiler warning for those who haven't watched the first episode of The Walking Dead Season 7.]
Live in Los Angeles and want a little Mick Taylor in your life? Pop TV presents a two-episode screening of the Wolf Creek series at this year's Screamfest on Wednesday, October 19th. Also: Redwood details, trailer, and poster, a new trailer for The Similars, Blood in the Snow 2016 lineup revealed, and A Haunting at Silver Falls II production news.
Coming on the heels of the post-Scream slasher movie renaissance, director Geoffrey Wright’s 2000 effort Cherry Falls had a difficult journey to find an audience. Rejected for an R rating by the MPAA despite several rounds of cuts, the movie was unable to secure theatrical distribution and wound up premiering in an even more truncated form in the States on the USA Network in 2000 (it received a theatrical release overseas). Over the course of the next 15 years, though, the movie developed a well-deserved cult audience who recognized it for being one of the better slashers to come out of that second wave.
This is a Cinderella story about a girl who could never quite shake off the soot from her heels. The girl who found her prince, made her way to the kingdom, but still couldn’t fit into her glass slipper—at least, not the way the old princess did, not like Rebecca.