In the 3rd annual Friday the 13th Special we went live unadvertised and unannounced at 3 AM. We were joined by the first person to reply to our bulletin to be a guest, Phillip Pooky Allen. We talked about horror movies, indy rock bands and more. For more information on Phil's band visit:
In the 2nd segment John and Neal fantasy-wrote the Friday the 13th remake. We gave our opinions of what we would like to see, and what we think would work. Modern day or 80's retro ? Jason Voorhees or Mrs. Voorhees ? Mask or no mask ? How would we end the film ? Kill Jason or let him live ? All this and much more !!!!
We reviewed the entire "A Nightmare on Elm Street" franchise.
A Nightmare on Elm Street
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 : Freddy's Revenge
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 : Dream Warriors
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 : The Dream Master
A Nightmare on Elm Street 5 : The Dream Child
Freddy's Dead : A Final Nightmare
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
Freddy vs Jason
We also went over the horror news of the week.
We discussed the 1995 John Carpenter film "In The Mouth of Madness", the winner of our "Open the Coffin" poll.
We also talked about Twilight Zone, horror and sci-fi TV shows, Iron Man and Marvel producing their own films, which franchise has the most sequels and much more. So listen if you dare !!!!
We returned once again. We answered some questions from the Cauldron including what monster we would "bone". We also talked about rumored remakes such as Troll, Nightmare on Elm Street and C.H.U.D. The Ironman movie coming out. Scratched DVD's on delivery. Alfred Hitchcock films, and we went on our quest for the perfect movie !!!
This was our first show on www.nowlive.com and our new start time of 7:00 PM EST
We were joined by Butch Patrick of The Munsters. We talked about his time as Eddie Munster, his relationship with the rest of the cast and his new book "Eddie Munster aka Butch Patrick" available at:
In the rest of the show we discussed new movies and remakes coming including CHUD, Day of the Dead, Hellboy II, Wolfman with Benicio Del Toro, REC remake, Evil Dead and much more . Ways to kill classic horror monsters such as Vampires, Werewolves and Zombies. Will Eisner's The Spirit films coming out. Our favorite horror film franchises and much more. Listen now !!!!
We were joined by Buddy Cooper director of the 1985 cult classic slasher "The Mutilator". We went over the making of the movie, the original name "Fall Break",the theme song, the death scenes, the gore, why he never made another film amd much more.
Buddy will also be at the first ever reunion for "The Mutilator" at The Horror Cinema Expo 2008 in Hagerstown Maryland.
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In the post show we went over Horror Clix and many other topics such as new remakes coming out, action figures we'd like to see and much more !!!
Adam Green returns to Without Your Head to talk about the release of Spiral and Hatchet unrated on DVD. Adam talks about working with Joel David Moore again, co-directing, his battles with the MPAA, remakes, difference between the films, possibility of a Hatchet II and much more.
In the post show we talk about the upcoming WYH claymation commercial being made by WYH fan Astro Creep, the death of D&D creator Gary Gygax, the upcoming WYH From the Vault, 30 Days of Night on DVD and much more !!
We were joined by Joel David Moore. We went over his newest film Spiral in depth. How fans and critics have reacted to it, his co-writing, co-directing, starring and producing in the film. Working with Adam Green again, also working with Amber Tamblyn and Zachary Levi. We also talked about Hatchet and working with Kade Hodder and much more. Both Spiral and Hatchet are available now on DVD.
In the post show we talked about some planned remakes such as Friday the 13th, Night of the Demons and My Bloody Valentine 3D. The new Stephen King book, REC, Transformers and much more including the Oscars. So listen !!!
For our Valentine's Day special edition we were joined by the director of the 1981 classic slasher "My Bloody Valentine" George Mihalka. We went over directing the film, the different characters, the inventive death scenes, what had to be edited out of the film gore wise, the longevity of the movie and a rumored remake. We also talked to George about his career since the film and his upcoming return to the horror genre with the horror comedy "Father of the Bride of Frankenstein".
In the post show we took calls, and talked about some rumored remakes and other random topics you come to expect from WYH !!!!
We were joined by horror actress/producer Melissa Bacelar. We talked about her newest film "Pink Eye", working on the film in a real asylum,the main villain Edgar, her previous film "Eat Your Heart Out", working with Lloyd Kaufman, upcoming films and her upcoming show "The Scream". For more information on Melissa please visit:
We also talked about the recent death of Heath Ledger, his last big role as The Joker and in our eyes the disgusting displays of some after his death. We took some fan calls and went over Cloverfield and the rumor on motion sickness it causes, movie posters, The Oscars, No Country For Old Men, Saw IV on DVD, possible Crow remake and much more.