THE HORROR SHOW WITH BRIAN KEENE is a weekly podcast hosted by best-selling writers Brian Keene and Mary SanGiovanni, author and comedian Matt Wildasin, and musician and animator Dave Thomas. Each week Brian, Mary, Matt and Dave (along with occasional co-hosts Phoebe and Dungeonmaster 77.1) discuss the latest news in horror fiction, films, comic books, games and more, along with in-depth interviews with the genre's biggest names!
One year later, Brian Keene, Dave Thomas, Matt Wildasin, Mary SanGiovanni, Phoebe, Geoff Cooper, Somer Cannon and Dungeonmaster77.1 get together for a heartfelt and hilarious The Horror Show with Brian Keene retrospective.
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Brian Keene, Mary SanGiovanni, Matt Wildasin, Dave Thomas, and Phoebe, along with special guests Paul Tremblay and Alexander C. Bailey, and host Stephen Kozeniewski answer listener questions live in this After Party special.
"Changes aren't permanent, but change is..."
One of horror fiction's greatest living writers, Brian Hodge, sits down with Brian Keene and Mary SanGiovanni for a career-spanning interview on creativity, professionalism, and surviving the publishing industry's cyclical waves. Plus, the Horror Writers Association gets health care options and a new diversity grant, Gwendolyn Kiste gets a two-book…
Screenwriter and producer Jed Shepherd sits down with Brian and Mary to discuss the success of Shudder's HOST, making movies with friends, his upcoming Sam Raimi project and much more. Plus Brian, Mary, Dave and Matt discuss the massive, industry-altering layoffs at DC Comics and what they mean for the future of comic books.…
Phoebe's annual Horror Show tradition continues, as she interviews Brian, Mary, Matt, Dave and Dungeonmaster 77.1 about life in quarantine.
New York Times bestselling writer sits down with Brian for an intimate conversation about his posthumous collaboration with George Romero. Plus, Discipline Theory's Jose Castillo and Wilford Brimley in remembrance, and Brian, Mary, Matt, Dave and Phoebe recaps the Scares That Care Virtual charity event.…
Brian presents a long-lost 2001 interview with himself, Geoff Cooper, Mike Oliveri, Michael T. Huyck Jr. and special surprise appearances, recorded during the 4X4 Road Tour. Plus, Dungeonmaster77.1 finally gets the one thing he's been asking for since his first appearance on the show.
Stephen Kozeniewski and Wile E. Young return to the show to talk about author collaborations. Plus Dungeonmaster 77.1 reads his first Stephen King book, and Brian, Mary, Matt and Dave discuss the Shirley Jackson Award winners, Warren Ellis, the Buzz Book Expo, and the forthcoming Three Guys With Beards reboot.…
International best-seller F. Paul Wilson joins Brian and Mary for a career-spanning interview and discusses the Repairman Jack movie, his new novel SIGNALZ, and much more. Plus: Crossroads Press has a great month, Del Toro's At The Mountains of Madness is back on, scandal among the International Thriller Writers, and a request from Dungeonmaster 77…
Bleeding Cool Editor-in-Chief Kaitlyn Booth and freelance journalist Nick Hanover join Brian for an honest, thoughtful discussion on the mental, physical, and emotional toll of reporting on sexual misconduct within the industry. Plus, Mary, Matt, and Dave on two news stories related to that discussion.…
Bram Stoker Award winner Stephanie Wytovich joins Brian and Mary for a discussion of poetry, magic, body horror and more. Plus details on the Scares That Care Virtual Charity Event and Matt and Dave's joyful picks.
Max Booth joins Brian Keene for a discussion of his two new novels, the influence of Joe R. Lansdale, time management, and the Cinestate/Fangoria controversy. Plus Brian, Matt, Dave and Mary remember comic-book writer Denny O'Neil.
Brian Hodge. Wayne Allen Sallee. DC Comics. Distributor Wars. Adam Donaghey. Cinestate. Black Lives Matter. Brian, Mary, Matt, Kelli, Dave and Dungeonmaster 77.1 discuss why everything is on fire.
An exclusive, never before heard 2005 interview between Brian and author, podcaster and disc jockey Mark Justice. Plus, Brian, Mary, Matt, Dave and Kelli discuss the racism of editor Andrea Dawn, and the return of Nickolaus Pacione.
This Is Horror's Michael David Wilson joins Brian to discuss time management for writers, his friendship with Bob Pastorella, and his new book THE GIRL IN THE VIDEO. Plus, Brian, Kelli, and Mary discuss how America's rush to reopen is impacting writers, and how low-budget horror film THE WRETCHED was able to dominate the box office. And don't miss …
Award-winning author Usman Malik joins Brian and Mary for a discussion of short story writing, subverting Lovecraftian tropes, the importance of writing workshops, and much more. Then, Brian, Mary, Kelli, Matt and Dave discuss this year's This Is Horror Award nominees.
Erin Louis joins the show to discuss her new book taking risks, questioning everything, and her new book EXPOSE YOURSELF. Plus -- the horror section may be returning to Barnes and Noble, good news for CV Hunt, and Marty Pasko in remembrance.
A Horror Show with Brian Keene exclusive! Jonathan Maberry, Christopher Golden and James A. Moore present a Three Guys with Beards finale that you won't hear anywhere else.
Mary, Kelli, Dave and Matt host a Brian-less episode of The Horror Show. We have a remembrance for Joseph S. Pulver; Barnes and Noble ceasing magazine sales and much more!
Brian, Mary, Matt, Kelli, and Dave discuss the fast-moving changes in both book and comic book publishing, and what readers can do to support their favorite authors during this crisis.
Award-winning author Michael Cisco joins Brian to discuss surrealism, life in New York City during the pandemic, his new novella, and much more. Plus news on how the global crisis is impacting Macmillan Publishing and Valancourt Books, Matt Wildasin's new podcast, and Kelli Owen's virtual convention.…
Presenting two ultra-rare, seldom-heard "lost" episodes, featuring spoiler-filled discussions of THE ENDLESS and AVENGERS: ENDGAME.
Dave makes a triumphant return and joins Brian, Kelli and Matt for a remembrance of Stuart Gordon, a discussion of the National Emergency Library, and the latest nonsense from Terrific Productions.
Brian, Mary, Matt and Kelli bid a bittersweet farewell to the Project Entertainment Network and discuss new allegations regarding Terrific Productions LLC.
Brian talks to Kelly O'Connor Lonesome and Theresa Delucci about their plans for Tor's new Nightfire horror fiction line, what it's like to follow in the steps of Ellen Datlow and Jeanne Cavalos, and much more. Plus, Dungeonmaster 77.1 offers some tips on how to talk to your kids about the coronavirus.…
First-time novelists Mary Hart, Michelle Renee Lane, Sheri Sebastian-Gabriel, Tony Tremblay, and J. Edwin Buja share the joys and terrors of writing, publishing, and promoting their first novels. Then Brian, Mary, Matt and Kelli discuss the origins of their first books, as well.
Brian, Mary, Matt and Kelli discuss a major decision regarding the show, how coronavirus fears are impacting the genre, and pick their winners for the 2019 Bram Stoker Awards!
Grady Hendrix and Craig Shaw Gardner discuss weird movies you've never seen but probably should. Plus, Brian discusses the recent staff upheaval at DC Comics.
Author and director Samantha Kolesnik joins Brian, Mary, Matt, Kelli and special guest Mike Lombardo in studio to discuss the buzz for her new novel TRUE CRIME, women writing extreme horror, guerrilla film-making, and much more. Plus the 2020 Summer Scares picks and more ChiZine nonsense.
Brian, Mary, Matt and Kelli address rumors regarding the future of the podcast. Then John Quick returns to the show to discuss his forthcoming Richard Laymon homage, jumping from self-publishing to the small press, and and his simultaneous new novels. Plus the cast of Joe R. Lansdale's The Thicket, the HWA's Lifetime Achievement Award recipients, a…
Director Maggie Levin discusses her new Hulu debut feature, MY VALENTINE, working with Blumhouse, and much more. Plus, Brian, Mary, Matt and Kelli discuss the return of Eddie Berganza.
Brian sits down with Joe Hill and Christopher Golden for an intimate discussion on writing, rejection, creativity, collaboration, comic books, and the Loch Ness Monster.
Author Kelli Owen and Scares That Care CEO Joe Ripple join Brian and Dave to talk about the forthcoming Wisconsin charity event, Sid Haig, and more. Plus, an update on ChiZine and the surprising reveal of Dave's temporary replacement.
Brian, Mary, Matt and Dave pay tribute to Rush drummer Neil Peart and his ties to the horror genre, discuss Scott Derrickson's departure from Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, and update listeners on the impact of California's AB5 law.
Season six starts with a bang as Splatterpunk Award-winning author Kristopher Triana joins Brian, Mary, Matt and Dave in-studio (along with extra special guest Wesley Southard) to discuss one-star reviews, writing different styles of horror, the influence of his grandmother, and much more.
Dave presents his favorite segments of the year, featuring appearances by Geoff Cooper, Gavin Dillinger, John Urbancik, Jim Schopf, and more! Plus rants about grocery shopping, fast food, and health care!
On this episode, Matt counts down his favorite show moments of 2019 including: Richard Chizmar, Wes Southard, Christian Jensen, Gavin Dillinger,...Alex Jones and much more!
Join (The Professor) Mary Sangiovanni as she takes a look back at some of her favorite show moments from 2019.
Brian Keene recaps his favorite show moments of 2019, including Joe R. Lansdale, JM DeMatteis and many more.
Brian sits down with Jeff Strand and Kenzie Jennings for a discussion on mentoring and growth, weird westerns, screenwriting and more. Then Brian, Mary and Matt are joined in studio by a surprise guest for a remembrance of Gahan Wilson and why Amanda Palmer's nonsense isn't newsworthy.
Brian, Mary and Matt cover the latest on ChiZine Publications. Then, best-selling author and publisher Richard Chizmar returns to the show to discuss his new novel GWENDY'S MAGIC FEATHER, playing in Stephen King's Castle Rock, Cemetery Dance's production delays, the WIDOW'S POINT graphic novel, and much more.…
Brian, Mary and Matt cover the disturbing facts, allegations, and opinions surrounding ChiZine Publications. Plus, editor Stephen Jones declares war on logic!
Somer Canon joins Brian, Mary and Matt to discuss her new novel THE HAG WITCH OF TRIPP CREEK, folklore, impostor syndrome, Wesley Southard, and more. Plus support for Karen Runge and M.M. Schill, and the blacklist gets a new member.
Because you demanded it -- Chandler Morrison goes one-on-one with Brian Keene to set the record straight on the Bizarrocon controversy, social media firestorms, his new novel UNTIL THE SUN, and more. Plus a change of venue for NECON, the HWA announces the second annual Summer Scares Program, and Matt and Mary meet the simian version of Frank Belkna…
Screenwriter, novelist, and journalist Andrew J. Rausch joins Brian and John Urbancik to discuss MY BEST FRIEND'S BIRTHDAY: THE MAKING OF A QUENTIN TARANTINO film and more. Plus, Brian and Matt tackle California's forthcoming AB5 law and what it means for freelance writers.
Asher Ellis joins Brian, Mary, and special guest John Urbancik for a discussion on screenwriting, playwriting, his new novel PET, James Fry, and much more. This week, Matt hosts the show and gives some of his Top 5's for topics such as: Novels, Video Games, Food, Comics and Horror Movies.
Comic book writer Gavin Dillinger joins Brian, Mary, Matt and Dave to discuss his new horror series LAUGHTER, crowdfunding, comic book journalism, the influence of Matt Kindt, serialized novels, and more. Plus new books from Daniel Kraus and The Midnight Pals, and Dave's farewell.
Necro Publications founder David G. Barnett sits down with Brian, Kelli Owen, and John Urbancik for a career spanning interview about extreme horror, Edward Lee, Charlee Jacob, publishing and more. Then Brian, Matt and Dave discuss Terrific Productions and Andrew Rev. Plus Tim Seeley's good news, and Mary's recipe for sausage and peppers.…