Episode #22

Originally aired Saturday, May 28, 2022 at 6pm ET only on Odysee


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Horrors Unlimited

Haunted Attraction Promotional Video's

Complete Package - Includes location filming and video creation 2-3 minutes in length with music, sound, and animated titles.

$1000.00 + Travel Expenses. Add photography services to this package for $400.00 extra

Video Creation - Already have video of you Attraction we can cut you a killer 2- 3-minute video with animated type and music for $600.00

Filming Services

Half day video shoot 4 Hours Includes - HD Camera, Tripod and lighting kit. $500.00 Camera Crane and Steadicam can be added for an additional cost

Full day video Shoot 7.5 Hours $900.00

Editing and Effects Services

Video Editing Services - Horrors Unlimited edits in Final Cut Studio, Final Cut X and Adobe Premier Hourly rate is $40.00 per hour

Visual Effects Services - Horrors Unlimited uses Adobe After Effects to create Titling and other composite effects such as decapitations, gunfire, and gore. Please Contact us for pricing.

Aerial Drone Video and Photography

Aerial Services are available for $400.00 per hour or add to a package to receive the service at a discounted price.



AtmosFX creates decorations that inspire and empower people to decorate in bold, creative ways; sharing in the many magical celebrations in life.

“These go to eleven.” - Nigel Tufnel, This Is Spinal Tap

AtmosFX is a Seattle-based company aspiring to dramatically change how people decorate their homes, offices – essentially everywhere – for holidays, parties and special occasions of all shapes and sizes. Through the use of beautifully animated characters, stories, visual effects, and atmospherics, AtmosFX Digital Decorations are an ingenious – and easy – way to decorate anywhere, any time of year. Endlessly versatile and entertaining, AtmosFX offers a variety of innovative, Hollywood-quality decorations that can be viewed on any TV or monitor, and projected on surfaces such as windows, walls – even thin air!


Shane Douberly Illustration

Hi, I’m Shane! I’m an accomplished Illustrator, Animator and Painter based in North Florida (somewhere between the city and rural life).

I like to work in a variety of mediums, traditional as well as digital, to find the best aesthetic for a brand or project’s message.

My creative endeavors are varied and constantly expanding. I dig horror, and science fiction, which are reflected in my sequential work, filmmaking, and poster designs. I love to paint plein air, enjoy the creative expression of street art, and get a real kick out of illustrating children’s stories.

I’ve built a solid reputation for innovative commercial work, designing and animating visual campaigns for some pretty awesome brands. And whether I’m tinkering in the studio, creating picture books, or designing for packaging and animation, my approach is rooted in craft—with a style that’s evolved through years of training, hard work, and cooperative interaction.

Additionally, I’ve been a Film Festival Director and Instructor, celebrating animation and creating platforms for others to show their work. Lots of hats—all centered in the arts.

Most of all, I enjoy spending time with my wife and pups watching movies and getting away from it all in our vintage camper. Family is everything.

That’s me in a nutshell. For any projects, collaborations, or commission inquiries, please reach out. I look forward to hearing from you!


Dick Smith Makeup Training

Dick Smith Special FX Makeup Training is an education company founded by makeup legend Dick Smith. We specialize in special effects makeup instruction for both beginners and professionals.

Dick changed the profession of special effects makeup forever. His technical innovations set the standards for the industry he led for over half a century and his peerless artistry inspired generations of makeup artists.

But Dick’s fame does not rest solely on his pioneering work in makeup. He is also revered in the global community of makeup artists for training many of today’s most accomplished artists, some of whom run the world’s most prestigious Hollywood and international labs. This role as educator remains one of Dick’s enduring legacies.

Dick left us in 2014 but his great tradition of training superb makeup artists lives on.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide the most comprehensive training programs in special effects makeup available. Our home study programs accommodate students who either cannot afford to attend a bricks-and-mortar makeup school or who cannot leave home to attend one. Our programs are inclusive of all students who are motivated to learn and determined to follow their dream of entering this exciting profession.


Immortal Masks

Here at Immortal Masks, our customers are our foremost priority. We take pride in working with our customers on a personal level to meet your expectations when purchasing a premium silicone mask. Whether you are a collector, film director, Haunt owner or just want the best halloween costume on the planet, our skilled team of effects artists are here to make your dreams a reality.

Immortal Masks was established in November 2010 and is owned by Andrew and Michelle Freeman and George Frangadakis. Between Andrew’s work as an Hollywood Effects Artist and George’s experience as an Effects Supervisor, they have put together a team of some of the best working artists in the Film, Theme Park and Haunted Attraction industries.

Utilizing this combined 35 years experience, Immortal Masks delivers film quality products at competitive pricing. We set ourselves apart from other companies as a result of our unrivaled designs, superior quality, prompt customer service and our industry first, flex fusion system.

We continue to push the envelope in what can be achieved in silicone masks and are pleased to add new products to accompany them everyday. Make Immortal Masks your one stop shop for fully realized character design.


Slice of SciFi

This is How We Geek Out

Slice of SciFi originally began as the voice of the SAVE ENTERPRISE campaign of Spring 2005, when loyal Star Trek fans rallied to the cause of saving a cancelled “Star Trek: Enterprise” series, and garner it a previously highly-anticipated 5th season. When that campaign fell on deaf Paramount ears, despite its success in generating fan support and unprecedented fan funding, Slice of SciFi continued to support the Star Trek fan base that had provided its starting point, but branched out into the wider arena of science fiction, fantasy and horror media: television, film, comics, and new media such as fan films, audio dramas, online animated comics and more.

The show was so popular, and garnered so much fan feedback that eventually, it was necessary to spin off the Voicemail Show, dedicated just to fan feedback, in order to keep the original show from consistently hitting running times of 90 minutes or more! Both Slice of SciFi and its companion Voicemail Show have been fan favorites, appealing to SF media geeks of all ages.

Interviews with today’s top stars and genre professionals, such as Ira Steven Behr, Walter Koenig, Jim Butcher, Samuel L. Jackson, Katee Sackhoff and an array of other fan favorites in genre entertainment, always range from fun and insightful.

In December 2005, Slice of SciFi made the jump to broadcast, finding an additional home on XM Satellite Radio, Channel 163, and bringing the show to a broad new fan base at the same time. In December 2007 Slice of SciFi became part of the growing Sirius Satellite Radio family of programming with the merger of Sirius Satellite Radio and XM Satellite Radio. In 2011, the Sirius-XM Radio merger consolidated and realigned many channels. Slice of SciFi moved to Channel 80 on both services and remained a listener favorite until the end of 2013, when Sirius-XM replaced the entire programming slate for Channel 80.

The audio version of Slice of SciFi continued on an intermittent schedule between October 2013-June 2014 on Krypton Radio, iTunes and the Slice of SciFi website, while the video version continued to be presented at Slice of SciFi TV.

In Fall 2014, Slice of SciFi changed shape and form once again. Going back to a weekly program featuring either interviews with talent from all across the scifi entertainment worlds or discussions about TV shows, movies, or whatever most scifi geeks want to talk about, the show currently features a more cozy environment with its sole host, Summer Brooks, and a variety of special guests for the miscellaneous talk episodes.

The Slice of SciFi website also features movie, television, and media tie-in book reviews, plus opinion and commentary articles about various geek-centric topics and ideas from online entertainment, television and film, in science, technology, space exploration, and more.


Kristine Poole

Balancing classical inspiration with contemporary expressive realism, Kristine Poole’s work highlights the beauty and inherent narrative qualities of the human form. Featuring themes as diverse and focused as the artist herself, these clay and bronze figurative sculptures open doors to conversation, dancing effortlessly between social commentary, archetypal motifs and imaginative realism.

Winner of the 2020 Beautiful Bizarre Art Prize Yasha Young Projects Sculpture category, Kristine’s sculptures have also garnered awards in competitions including Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, The Art Renewal Center’s International Art Salon and Infected By Art, among others.

Her sculpture has been featured in books and periodicals including The Wall Street Journal, Beautiful Bizarre, CAST: Art and Objects Made Using Humanity’s Most Transformational Process, Masters of Contemporary Fine Art, Ceramics Monthly, Ceramics Ireland, 500 Figures in Clay, American Art Collector and Art Ltd.

She has been commissioned to create works ranging from the petite to monumental for various public and private collectors including The Carnegie Library in Michigan, Spectrum, The Denver Comic Con, The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish and Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Northern New Mexico. She has received numerous invited artist residency grants including Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts and Buffalo Creek Art Center.

Recognizing the potential for the arts to enlighten and shift perspectives, Kristine has long been a dedicated proponent of encouraging creativity in others. As such, she is a monthly contributor to the Fantastic Art blog, Muddy Colors, and frequently gives demonstrations and lectures on art and business, most recently at the Albuquerque Museum of Art, Las Cruces Art Museum, Northern Michigan University, The Goggleworks and Santa Fe College. She is also the co-founder of the Spectrum Rising Star Award, which recognizes an emerging new voice in the field of Imaginative Realism Art each year.

In 2019, Kristine was honored with a Distinguished Alumni Award 27 years after graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramic Sculpture from Northern Michigan University. She currently lives and creates in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo mountains overlooking Santa Fe, frequently collaborating on sculpture projects with her husband, Colin Poole.


Dapper Cadaver

Dapper Cadaver is a death-related prop house and prop fabrication shop. We are open to the adventurous public as well as to prop masters, set decorators, haunt professionals and Halloween party planners.

We've provided props to thousands of film and TV productions, including hit TV shows and blockbusters. We've also provided props for a wide variety of independent productions, student films, music videos and advertisements.

Our props and decorations have also been used by top haunted houses and Halloween parties. Every year we provide props to both home haunts and professional haunted houses across the country, and have done celebrity party décor.

We love to receive pictures and clips of our props in action. If you email us and allow us to share your project with our fans, we'll give you a discount on your next order. Here are some recent client highlights.

Dapper Cadaver is a mom and pop prop shop, founded in 2006 by BJ Winslow and his wife Eileen. We are currently located in Madison, WI. We have been featured in the press, travel books and more. BJ has served as a horror prop expert on TV and radio. Dapper Cadaver has also served as a setting for horror TV shows, horror movies, meetings and more. If you are interested in interviewing BJ or renting the prop shop as a location, please contact us.

Thank you for visiting Dapper Cadaver and helping us continue to do what we love!


EBA Performance Makeup

EBA was founded in 2001 as a small body art company by an enthusiastic group of athletes driven by performance and innovation. From the beginning, the EBA team has been stepping beyond the ordinary and striving for the impossible by delivering products that artists can rely on under extreme conditions. Soon after EBA’s jump to the special fx industry, EBA makeup products quickly became known for their never before seen durability, intense coverage and realistic looking colors. EBA has gained the reputation of the world’s premiere brand and supplier of performance makeup in the body art and body painting industry.

EBA has continued working hard and expanding its product line. By 2014 EBA Performance Makeup developed into one of the most respected makeup brands by artists and professionals in film productions, TV shows, live performances and other entertainment industries.

With an ever increasing demand by consumers for easy to use reliable makeup products, in 2017, EBA launched a consumer based makeup line. EBA consumer makeup products implement the same formulas and characteristics as the products developed for professionals. EBA performance makeup products are now enjoyed by consumers around the globe including individuals with active life styles, athletes, travelling business professionals, makeup enthusiasts and people in need of reliable and durable makeup cover up.

Today, EBA performance makeup products are sold globally through an extensive network of retail stores and used by both, professional makeup artists and consumers.


Allen Williams Studio

Allen Williams is an award winning illustrator, concept designer and fine artist. From a young age a pencil and paper were an escape and a refuge for Allen. Now nationally and internationally known, for over 28 years Allen has applied his talents to everything from illustration for gaming companies and book covers, to concept work for major motion pictures and television. His vision for such projects ranges from illustration to concept work and creature and character designs.

Allen’s personal work has a strong basis in reality but always flows into otherworldly aspects. He primarily works in graphite, gouache, and oils. Multilayered images arise in his work, in which the fragility and instability of our seemingly certain reality is questioned. Allen’s drawings directly respond to his surrounding environment and he uses everyday experiences and objects as a starting point for many of his pieces. Often these are framed instances and objects that would go unnoticed in their original context. By choosing mainly formal solutions, Allen tries to develop forms that do not follow logical criteria, but are based only on subjective associations and formal parallels; these are meant to incite the viewer to make new personal associations within his work.

His work can be seen online or in galleries across the United States, Europe and Asia.

His first book, both illustrated and authored by Allen, is titled “The Witches’ Kitchen” and was published by Little Brown Books in 2010 with a German edition released in 2014. His most recent book illustration project is with Guillermo del Toro and Cornelia Funke on Pan’s Labyrinth: The Labyrinth of the Faun published through Katherine Tegen Books and available now in books stores and online.

Allen currently lives on the Gulf Coast with his wife, two children, and two dogs.

Please contact Victoria at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for Allen’s availability for concept work, contract work and gallery showings.


Girls and Corpses

Girls and Corpses 'Necorgraphy'

Hell-o and welcome to the unearthing of GIRLS AND CORPSES -- "the world's first comedy magazine about death."

You know you've been thinking about it... dreaming about it... well now, here it finally is!

Why Girls and Corpses, you ask? Well, if you're like me, you like two things, beautiful girls and rotting corpses. So, I thought, why not bring these two great tastes together in one magazine?

Girls & Corpses is sort of like Maxim Magazine meets Dawn Of The Dead. There are pictures in each issue of beautiful, scantily clad young beauties posing with hideous, decaying, festering corpses. Also, we have interviews, comic book art, music and movie reviews and other mayhem. What could be better?

"We offer an alternative to fans of horror stalwarts Fangoria and Rue Morgue, by serving some guffaws with our gore."

So, please buy our magazine and help support your local corpses. Just click here to order.

We hope to someday make "Girls & Corpses" sound as natural as "soup and sandwich."

And remember our motto, "So many corpses... so little time."



Founder David B. Silva began Hellnotes in 1995 as a weekly email newsletter with a hardcopy component and a paid subscription base. Since then, it’s gone through a number of transformations and today delivers the same horror genre news and information several times a day for free.

Hellnotes, owned by JournalStone Publishing, remains dedicated to bringing you the best information on the internet, covering horror movies, horror fiction, horror comics, horror writers, and more.

JournalStone Publishing is a dynamic publishing house, focusing in the Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror genres in both the adult and young adult markets. In addition to owning Hellnotes, JSP also owns and operates Dark Discoveries magazine, a slick, full color, distinguished and internationally distributed quarterly magazine. JSP publishes in multiple book formats and markets their authors on a global level. They are active with numerous major writer’s groups, including the Horror Writers Association (HWA), and produce a monthly newsletter with a large circulation. For further information on JournalStone please visit the JournalStone website by clicking this link.

Review Inquiries: All review requests should be forwarded to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Horror Fuel


All Horror

We <3 Horror Movies

The first horror movie I watched was the original Nightmare on Elm Street back in 1984 when I was just a kid. That movie really messed me up, I was afraid to sleep for weeks. The image of Tina calling to Nancy from inside that bloody body bag… damn, my 8 yr old brain was not prepared for that. And it seems every fellow fan of horror has a similar story. There’s always that one movie, that one scene, that worked on us like a drug. Sure, it took some time to get over the initial shock, but it resulted in a lifelong chase for that same feeling, that next thrill. This is what makes horror so great. Everyone had their own first experience that started their quest. And there’s so much depth to horror (eras, styles, subgenres) that seeking out the next thrill can become a hobby in itself.

This is also what makes horror so frustrating.

Nobody can tell you what's good or bad, scary or not, disturbing or tame. We all have our own taste and levels of experience with horror movies. Movies I find predictable might blow the mind of a new or casual horror movie fan. This creates a fundamental problem when clicking around looking for movie recommendations. You can spend hours looking for that next great horror, reading reviews and eventually becoming totally sold on a particular movie… that you end up hating!

“How could they possibly find this scary (or disturbing, or original, or whatever)?!!”

Sound familiar? If so, then you’ll appreciate why we created All Horror. All Horror was designed to give enough insight to help you determine whether or not you might personally enjoy a movie. We worked to identify the 10 core elements that people use when determining the value of a horror movie. By rating each movie on these 10 elements we’re showing you what you can expect of a movie. We’re helping you determine for yourself, ahead of time, if you’ll personally find a movie scary or intriguing or predictable or frustrating. All Horror was designed to help you find that next great horror, that next great thrill.


The Art of Dug Stanat



I love to sculpt creatures, characters, monsters, and spirits.

My work is about meeting darkness with humor, celebrating the strange, and searching for the unseen.


Armed with little more than a love of things that eat people, I began my art career in the early nineties, selling mixed media monster sculptures in local San Francisco galleries.

After six years of exploring sculpture, I found that I wanted to make my creations move. I dabbled with stop motion, but soon turned to 3D computer graphics and was immediately hooked to the point that I abandoned physical sculpture. After making several independent shorts, I was hired as a character technical director by DreamWorks Animation, where I spent the next twelve years creating digital facial puppets for eight feature films (imdb.com), including How To Train Your Dragon, Rise of the Guardians, Madagascar, and Shrek 2.

After more than a decade of digital work on large productions, I was ready to once again work with my own hands on my own designs. In 2013, I left DreamWorks to return to the life of an independent artist. I resumed my work in mixed media, and also began working in ceramics, finding that the two mediums provide very different joys, benefits, and results.


Horror End

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Teenagers From Outer Space

A young alien (David Love) falls for a pretty teenage Earth girl (Dawn Anderson) and they team up to try to stop the plans of his invading cohorts, who intend to use Earth as a food-breeding ground for giant lobsters from their planet. The invaders, who arrive in a flying saucer, carry deadly ray guns that turn Earth-people into skeletons.


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