This evening at 7 pm Eastern / 4 PM Pacific, tune in to SCIFI.radio as your host Gene Turnbow speaks with three men who helped change the course of cinematic history, in particular of the low budget horror genre.
We are joined by:
- David Baughn, screenwriter, producer and distributor of the cult classics Graduation Day and Beyond Evil, and former Vice President, General Sales Manager, and Director of Acquisitions with Crown International Pictures, and distributor of more than 400 films
- Screenwriter and film distributor Jim Prince
- William Shields, three-time chairman of the American Film Market, and distributor hundreds of films through Warner Bros. , including of Billy Jack and the 70mm rerelease of Gone with the Wind.
The three of them are the men behind Cyclone Entertainment, a film distribution company whose catalog of B horror classics is about to be joined by a new film called Horrifying Tales of the Dead, headed for the Cannes Film Festival. It’s a nine story anthology horror feature created by Drac Von Stoller, and follows the time honored tradition of Tales from the Crypt.
You can hear the show at the following days and times:
|Saturday Jan 19||7 pm EST||4 pm PST||12 am GMT|
|Sunday Jan 19||7 pm EST||4 pm PST||12 am GMT|
|Thursday Jan 24||7 am EST||4 am PST||12 pm GMT|
|Saturday Jan 26||7 am EST||4 am PST||12 pm GMT|
Come Meet Them April 20 at Dark Delicacies in Burbank, California!
Cyclone Entertainment is having DVD signings April 20 starting at 4 pm at the Dark Delicacies Bookstore in Burbank, including the original Graduation Day,. newly released on Blu-Ray. They will be joined by special guest Cleave (Monster Man) Hall of SYFY fame. Mark Pirro cult maverick film producer will also be there signing DVDs on all his films. If you’re a fan of classic horror, this is an event you won’t want to miss.
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