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The Montreal podcast that asks Jason Grimmer and Jess Fildes (of Terrors of Misery’s Grove): “Deep Space or Deep Sea?” – asked by the most electrifying man in Montreal entertainment: Mike Paterson.
We had Jason Grimmer on the show before talking about the injustices facing Montreal record shops back before that pesky pandemic – but this time we’ve got him talking about his other passion: improv. Pretty sure we talked about improv last time too, just roll with me here.
Jason Grimmer and Jess Fildes are taking on the unenviable task of mixing a veritable witches brew of improvisation, horror and podcasting in their latest endeavor: The Terrors of Misery’s Grove. Taking the form of an improvised folk-horror radio play that will be performed live in front of audience (the first episode is TONIGHT: October 27th at Variations Mile End) and then transforming it into a podcast to live on forever… on the internet!
We talk with Jason and Jess about developing the show, the challenges of improvising horror and of course a million other things (mostly horror related in spite of Inés’ attempts to the contrary) because this is the show that it is.
Inés Anaya steps in on co-hosting duties once again (how many more does she got left folks?) and we have a jolly good time recording this one at the back of our home away from home: Grumpy’s.
The Terrors of Misery’s Grove debuts October 27th at Variations Mile End, 5337 Saint Laurent Blvd. Find the podcast wherever you find podcasts.
Credit Where Credit is Due
As always, a big thank you to the providers of our theme song: Leighland Beckman and Aural Turpitude!
Keith does all sorts of things here on 9to5.cc, he works with the other founders on 9to5 (illustrated), co-hosts our two podcasts: The 9to5 Entertainment System and Go Plug Yourself and sometimes blogs here as The Perspicacious Geek.
Inés Anaya never stops finding ways to be funny: writing for Hindwing Press and The Beaverton, running shows like Stand Up Story Slam and getting on the mic at comedy shows all over the city when it is legally possible to do so. The best way to keep track of what she’s up to next is on Instagram @clout__atlas
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