Best Fright podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Night Fright Show
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Night Fright Show with host Brent Holland: your voice in the dark for paranormal & conspiracy broadcasting. Night Fright is the number #1 Canadian based radio show of its genre. It is syndicated across Canada and is available on a free syndication basis.
 
In the 1980s, Fright Night starring Chris Sarandon brought new blood to the languishing vampire genre. Before Lost Boys, before Buffy, Charlie Brewster's witnessing his new neighbor's odd feeding habits electrified horror fans tired with the vampiric status quo. Now, in this new renaissance of Vampire films, Fright Night is poised to again bite into audiences, with the remake starring Colin Farrell. To prepare for the remake, join Now Playing as we review the original two Fright Night films, ...
 
For writers and readers who like it dark. We talk about our horror and other dark-themed books. In-depth literary analysis of dark fiction. Conversations with authors, editors, and other industry professionals. Hosted by Lisa Quigley and Mackenzie Kiera. We have interviewed Paul Tremblay, Ellen Datlow, Josh Malerman, Grady Hendrix, and more. New episode every other Monday. Subscribe, listen, and leave us a review.
 
Count Drahoon weaves together a story of intrigue, fear, horror, and suspense twice a month for your listening pleasure.
 
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Fright Radio
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Fright Radio, a Podcast for Halloween Fanatics, Home and Professional Haunters alike! frightradio.blogspot.com
 
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Fright School
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Welcome to Fright School, a podcast that explores American horror films through the eyes of someone who is experiencing them for the first time. Each week Joshua (the afficionado) pushes Joe (the unsuspecting novice)to the edge of the Mountains of Madness, as they discuss the cultural attitudes, conditions, and events that have shaped some of the most terrifying horror films.Will Joe survive his journey? Will Joshua take things too far? Join us every week for new episodes on Monday to find o ...
 
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Faux Fright
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There are plenty of compelling ghost stories out there, especially in the country's historic locations. Just how many have the real-life historical evidence to back that up? Noah Logan, a young Historian living in Historic Savannah, Ga sets out to explore ghost stories and folklore across the country, starting in his very own home city. A true scaredy-cat at heart, he hopes to debunk these myths, but will he fall short and discover that sometimes questions are best left unasked?
 
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Fright Radio
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Fright Radio, a Podcast for Halloween Fanatics, Home and Professional Haunters alike! frightradio.blogspot.com
 
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Ladies Fright
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Oh yes, it's Ladies Fright! Two best friends tell spooky stories then try to figure out why they are so spooky. Using personal anecdotes, psychology, and sociology Jackie and Maggie dive into urban legends, ghost stories, and other tales that give us a good fright.
 
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Fright Hype Podcast
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Fright Hype's Mike Hickey and co-hosts Mark Perry & Erin Mick break down this week's Fright Hype on CryptTV
 
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Fright Night
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FRIGHT NIGHT WITH JOHN O’NEILL: Join the guru of ghoul John O’Neill as he breaks down the classic screamers!
 
Your favorite horror films paired with craft beers!
 
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Fright Central
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Covering all things Horror. Movies, TV Shows, Haunts, Events and more...
 
A podcasting network, ostensibly about video games, but mostly not.
 
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Icons of Fright
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The site famous for it's in-depth interviews brings you a variety of horror related audio and video clips.
 
Hosted by Hope Madden and George Wolf, Fright Club is a podcast for horror genre lovers. Hope and George share a vibrant passion for films and media, and they bring that passion to their discussions in Fright Club. As lifelong fans of horror films, and way more knowledge than anyone should have about the genre, Fright Club will entertain you, keep you on the edge of your seat, and fill your brain with all you’ve ever wanted to know about horror.
 
Being on Stage gives you the Motivation, Inspiration, and Confidence to get you performing on stage and growing into the entertainer you dream about being. Turn your audience into fans with the help of the renowned Entertainment and Live Performance Coach, Reggie Daughson. This podcast is dedicated to every performer that steps on stage or will step on stage. You can gain the confidence needed to perform on stage, doing anything you wish. The audience is waiting for you to share your talent ...
 
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We were recently fortunate enough to host a release party for Oakshire Brewing‘s new hazy IPA! This was all the more special since the can of this beer is adorned with the unique pattern of the carpet from the Overlook Hotel in The Shining. In this episode we review this Kubrick cinematic masterpiece, based on the best selling Stephen King nove ...…
 
A lot of horror romances don’t work out. Whether it’s the demon/internet connection hoping to impregnate you, the stalker/voyeur/vampire obsessed with you, or that dreamy girl who turns into a hungry panther every time she’s aroused – finding Mr. or Ms. Right in a horror movie can prove dangerous. Let’s not even talk about prom dates. Here are ...…
 
Joshua and Joe are transported to the suburbs outside of Stockholm in LET THE RIGHT ONE IN (2008).Joshua promotes literacy by making Joe read the subtitles, and uses words like "cognate". Joe tries to decide if the dad's friend is gay.
 
Performers must set themselves apart from the moment we arrive. There should be no doubt that you are there for a purpose. People go to live events and shows for an experience and as the performer it is your job to give it to them. You appearance is a big part of that experience. People want to see a ROCKSTAR on stage not someone in t-shirt and ...…
 
"All Hallow's Eve, 1860" follows the story of a young teacher in Savannah, Georgia. After learning of a mysterious creature terrifying his students, he embarks on a mission to confront the dark force.
 
The Count sits down with Daniel Dark, author of the Jack the Ripper series Knife’s Tell. Click play to hear their musings on what makes Jack tick, Daniel’s mystery kit, and Victorian Catsups! Become a $10 or more patron this month and get a free ticket to the last Live Show of the year: https://www.patreon.com/Drahoon For more information on Da ...…
 
Dream Big. Dream Huge. Having a dream is incredibly important because a dream is a goal you are passionate about. Setting yourself a goal is a great way to push yourself to improve and make moves. So you have a long-term goal (the dream). How do you get there? The how is your short term goals or the little steps you have to take to reach that d ...…
 
In this episode we chat with Sadie Hartmann, also known as “Mother Horror.” Sadie is a prolific reader and book reviewer, who is generous with her support of authors and passionate about the promotion of the horror genre. We also talk about how her involvement in the Bookstagram community evolved over time, the creation of the Night Worms, her ...…
 
Horror movies mirror the anxieties of a population. If you look at the best horror in any decade, what made it relevant, what gave it punch, was that it spoke to the anxieties of the society at that point in time. Case in point: Godzilla. Not long after the end of WWII, a Japanese filmmaker spun a yarn about the end of civilization as a giant k ...…
 
We interrupt your regularly scheduled Fright School to bring you recap of the first four episodes of American Horror Story: Apocalypse! Joshua and Joe are joined in the outpost by Johnny to share our reactions, thoughts, confusion, and much more. There's got to be a morning after ...
 
Noah visits the Kehoe House Inn and the 17Hundred90 Inn to learn some scary tales of loved ones lost. Are they still haunting the halls of these two historic hotels?
 
Before you worry: no, we have not run out of real topics. It’s just that, every so often we need to indulge a weird little voice that says things like, “Ever noticed how many people die on toilets in horror movies? Wonder what kind of deep-seated fears that explores.” And there are a LOT of people who die on toilets in horror movies. Michael My ...…
 
Asking for help is not always easy, especially for performers. At the same time, giving help is difficult for us as well. Something about that darn ego. We are proud people, performers. We like to figure things out on our own and feel weak if we don’t have it all together. But that should not be the case. We should always seek advice and help f ...…
 
A troubled woman goes to her local bar to run away from her demons, only to be approached by a real one! This is one of the tales we performed at our first live show, re-recorded for our listeners, and for the first time, on film! Become a ten dollar Patron on Patreon to watch the full performance and the round table discussion that follows! Be ...…
 
Maybe you know it as Dead Alive; maybe you know it as Braindead. Heck you might just know it as the movie that critics have said is the “goriest fright film of all time”! Before tales of Hobbits, Gandalf and The One Ring, Peter Jackson plied his trade in blood, limbs, guts and more blood! Few films have made such a lasting impression on their v ...…
 
We have another special guest lecturer episode with the wonderful Ashley! We go into her horror origin story, and how her sister is the one responsible. Joshua fluffs a ghost, and Joe questions the nature of his reality. The class also discusses American Mary (2012) and female body politics (sort of).…
 
Here is a preview of “Purgatory Is A Bar On Main Street” and the first CDFF Roundtable Discussion! Become a $10 a month patron to get access to the fully recorded performance! https://www.patreon.com/Drahoon
 
There is not really a secret to getting more opportunities to perform. You have to want it and you have put in some work to make it happen. Rehearsal means nothing without a performance. How are you going to get a performance? Are you going to wait for someone to find you? If you wait to be discovered, you will die in rehearsal. You have to get ...…
 
Gather your supplies, or get out while you can, as Joshua and Joe head into 30 Days of Night (2007)!
 
In this episode, we reconvene with author Grady Hendrix to discuss his new novel We Sold Our Souls (out tomorrow, September 18!) We talk about his forthcoming movie The Satanic Panic (as well as the actual “Satanic Panic”,") what it was like to help choose the top 100 horror stories for NPR this past summer, and of course, conspiracy theories, ...…
 
There are tons of haunted locations to visit in Savannah, but what about the ones you can actually spend a night in? Scattered throughout historic downtown, there are a variety of hotels with haunted reputations. Noah aims to explore them all in a multi-episode series.
 
Nothing scared me as a child the way the story of Hansel and Gretel did. Do you know why? Because it’s scary. But that’s the thing about fairy tales, isn’t it? There was always something—a big, bad wolf or a witch or a wicked stepmother—intended to frighten children. No wonder fairy tales make such rich fodder for horror movies. Here are our pi ...…
 
There are people that will come into your life and although they may not stay long, they have a huge impact on your life. This episode is dedicated to my dearly departed friend, Steven Gallant a.k.a Mercedes, Queen of Hearts. We were not best friends, more like acquaintances, but he was my Yoda when I first started performing. Many of the lesso ...…
 
This week, we’re searching for some LOST BOYS (1987). But then, what else is new? We chat about the new season of American Horror Story, the upcoming Halloween sequel, Judy Greer’s career, and scary nuns! Joe obviously brings up the Gilmore Girls, and Joshua reveals some plans for this year’s Gorefest. This episode dedicated to the late Corey H ...…
 
Not Everyone in the audience came for you. You have to turn them, make them interested in your art. Too often performers believe the audience is already theirs just by stepping on stage when in fact 80% of most audiences have no idea who the act is. They just showed up for a drink or a meal or to hang with friends. Your performance just happens ...…
 
Performers can avoid BIG show mistakes by having the sense to ask questions about the venue and patrons. Mistakes will certainly happen, that's an unavoidable truth but wouldn’t it be nice to prepare for some of the big mistakes? There is really nothing worse than showing up for a gig and realizing you're not right for this audience. Of course, ...…
 
This week we prepare for the apocalypse in 28 Days Later (2002) with special guest, Laura! We dive in deep to discuss politics, religious upbringings, toxic masculinity, and other real-life horrifying things. Can you survive the infected? Better make sure you have a strong female lead!
 
In this episode we discuss Rachel Autumn Deering’s Husk, an “all-too-real work of horror fiction, Rachel Autumn Deering explores the mind of a young man who is struggling to cope with the effects of post-war stress, drug addiction, self-doubt, and loneliness as they manifest themselves into his deepest, darkest fears.” In the story, “Kevin Broo ...…
 
Trying to get booked is challenging, even more so if you are afraid to follow-up. Send the Second E-mail. There are many reasons you have not heard a response about a performance opportunity and not all of them are bad. Sometimes e-mail boxes are not monitored, maybe this is not actually the preferred communication method. Not everyone stays on ...…
 
This week, the boys are visiting A Quiet Place (2018)! Joshua goes on a Funko Pop rant, and Joe gets excited for office Halloween decor. We discuss ableism, Deaf Culture, the use of American Sign Language in the film.Also, we have as the all important question: Do you even horror, bro?
 
The host takes listeners on a tour of Colonial Cemetery, the states oldest still marked burial ground. With so much history, it's hard not to find something scary to talk about- whether it's rampant plagues, vicious murder, or bodies gone missing.
 
Performers face many obstacles in their career but the biggest one is that inner voice screaming “YOU CAN’T DO IT!” That voice you hear is yourself. Ironically enough, you have control over that voice. The biggest obstacle will always be yourself. As a performer, you must eliminate that negative self-talk and just get going. You have fears, yes ...…
 
Welcome to Fright Central Podcast in this episode Kevin Doc and Corey Zee return from ScareLA. Join Us at www.facebook.com/groups/frightcentral
 
The Count sits down with Dan Lee, the twisted mind behind the new blog "Danno of the Dead"! Dan is also a screenwriter, author, and producer of Zombie Walk Nashville; and Count Drahoon and Danno get explore all of this! Support Count's Drahoon's Feature of Fright and become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/Drahoon Check out Danno of the Dead a ...…
 
Much like a sculptor has to smooth his design, the painter has to work in the detail, the performer must polish his performance. You have the idea, great, now what?You have the creativity to think up an amazing performance, now put in the work to bring it to life. Don’t get lazy with it, don’t procrastinate your rehearsal. Get in there are poli ...…
 
The Harvey Weinstein story is a horror film all its own, but there are echoes of it across the genre. When you are desperate to accomplish something and there are those with power who can manipulate your success, victimization is the likely result in horror. We salute the best films that see Hollywood ambition as death and corruption in the mak ...…
 
In the first episode, Noah explores some of the stories surrounding Bonaventure Cemetery. This burial ground has a rich history and a well known presence in the world of haunts. Ghosts, hell hounds, statues, oh my!
 
We are back from the grave and ready to party! It’s time to discuss another horror behemoth, and they don’t come much more awesomely entertaining or influential to the genre than The Return of the Living Dead. From talking zombies to homeless actors, hiding fascists to tension on set, and of course Linnea Quigley as a punk Barbie doll; there is ...…
 
There will come a time when you will be needed, You will be called upon to Perform with very little notice and sometimes with very little expectation. You should always have something prepared to perform at the last minute. Always have something ready “just-in-case.” This may happen because the promotor or booking agent knows you have the talen ...…
 
In this episode we’re chatting with author Julia Fine. We talked about her new novel in episode 16 and we are so excited to have her on the show. A little about Julia: Her debut What Should Be Wild is out now from Harper Books. She earned her MFA at Columbia College Chicago, and has taught writing at Columbia College and DePaul University. She' ...…
 
Have you ever stopped and thought about how incredible it is to be able to connect with someone on the other side of the world with just a double tap? I can tell you what countries and even what cities listen to this podcast. I can see how many people saw my instagram post. I can tell how many people opened the email I sent them. I can build an ...…
 
Let’s face it, the career of a performer is not easy. It is one of the hardest paths to follow and is ribboned with pain and disappointment. But then you move forward. And you move forward again. And again. Slow Progress is still progress my friends. You may have unreturned calls and e-mails, you will have small crowd and empty crowds. Take tho ...…
 
Audiences crave more and more acts that are odd, strange, or off-the-wall. Don’t get stuck on NORMAL setting. As a performer, sometimes you will need to change things up. Throw a curveball to your audience and give them something abnormal and off-center. Strive to be weird. Nowadays the more strange and an act, the more different a performance ...…
 
Everybody needs a hand now and then, a little guidance. Everybody, even cold-blooded killers, because murder can be really difficult to pull off. You can’t just google a how-to. I mean, you probably can, but where’s the personal connection? The relationship? The trust. It’s all here, in our list of the best films focusing on murderous mentors. ...…
 
We're sitting down to talk all things Tourist Trap (1979) with special guest lecturer, Johnny!This movie has got it all! Lost teenagers. Singing mannequins. A telekinetic villain. A swimming hole that looks like it is filled with raw sewage. Fun for the whole family!
 
Maggie and Jackie look into paranormal games. Why do we like to play these games and what are the stories behind them. Special thanks to Ghost in the Machine https://theghostinmymachine.com/games/Brittyy44https://www.youtube.com/user/brittyy44and Alex Price for out intro music and editing.
 
Performers usually bring the energy to the audience, we bring life to the stage. But silence can be a powerful strategy to connect with the audience. When used properly a performer will create a moment of anticipation through silence and stillness. This anticipating brings the audience into the show, it makes it matter to them. When you choose ...…
 
In this episode we’re discussing Victor LaValle’s The Changeling, which is about “One man’s thrilling journey through an enchanted world to find his wife, who has disappeared after supposedly committing an unforgivable act of violence, from the award-winning author of the The Devil in Silver, Big Machine and The Ballad of Black Tom." Show Notes ...…
 
This week Joshua and Joe recap their trip to Midsummer Scream 2018! It was a frightening time. The boys met Linda Blair, celebrated 30 years of Elvira, and 25 years of Hocus Pocus! Joe got creeped out in the Hall of Shadows, and Joshua got turned on in the House of 1,000 Corpses. We represented the fuck out of LGBTQ horror with Sam Wineman, Mic ...…
 
Why do we always believe we must be perfect on stage?Our Audience does not seek perfection, they seek connection! So often performers are judging themselves more harsh than needed, sometimes preventing them from getting on stage in the first place. This is a head game, nothing more. You are in your own head creating this belief. The performance ...…
 
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