Saturday, January 31, 2015

Hauntcast returns 100% FREE

Hauntcast returns for FREE! In preparation of our all new show Hauntcast Post Mortem: Re-Animated’s release on 2/27 all 60 episodes of Hauntcast are now available for FREE on our site, on iTunes and Stitcher. We are going to keep the shows free for all moving forward, so spread the word, enjoy and stay scary!  CHECK IT OUT HERE

Thursday, January 22, 2015

Hauntcast Post Mortem: Re-Animated drops February 27! All new free show!

Hauntcast Post Mortem: Re-animated will drop February 27 just in time for Transworld travelers. This fully inebriated Hauntcast episode will feature all of your favorite segments: Marketing Morgue with Dick Terhune Theatre of the Mind with Revenant Shocktails with Johnny Thunder Charmed Pot with Mistress of Mayhem Something Wicked with Ed Gannon Prop Shop with Denhaunt Stanley Interview with Haunting Gurus with G/Host Chris Baker Expect more music, madness and mayhem as the Scream Team claws it way back out of the grave. The show will return as a FREE download, but we are taking donations. If we get enough support we will offer the shows on a quarterly basis, so donate now! 

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Shocktail Hour 16 with Eerie Ln

Although it had been condemned after the New Year’s midget clown stripper blow out and subsequent suspected arson, JT and Baker sneak back into The Last Bar on the Left to get hammered and bust balls, blather on and on with inside jokes…………….oh yeah, they even make time to squeeze in some horror talk. Slurring their way another hour of complete and utter nonsense, they cover new putrid prints, give you the skinny on new genre TV shows that JT can’t wait to not watch, hit some highlights of 2015 cinematic releases, and then review fright flicks The Babadook, V/H/S Viral and Tusk. All the while the haunted juke spins tracks from Eerie Ln! Brought to you by the letters GFY and FU. Prost!

Listen here!

Thursday, June 5, 2014

HAUNTCAST 60 - "Lethal Injection" - Final episode

Yup, boils & ghouls - it is here. The final episode of Hauntcast. Thanks to everyone for the support over the past 5 years, and thanks to Chris and the rest of the Scream Team for all the work, fun and laughs. The episode is, as my lovely friend Shellhawk noted, free - yes, free, everyone's favorite flavor.

Check it out, dig it and.............stay scary. Cheers.

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HAUNTCAST 60 - "Lethal Injection"

Johnny Thunder funnels IPAs with the Creator of the Village Mire and Hauntcast, the genius Chris Baker.

Chris and JT have one last round during last call at the Last Bar on the left and Johnny reviews “The Sacrament” and “Godzilla”

Ride with the living dead and Calabrese as they blow the doors of the dungeon and with trax from their new album “Born With A Scorpion’s Touch”

Jim Transue from Isher Creations Steampunks the dungeon

Breaking news about Hauntcast

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger… Revenant touches on a few universal concerns in the haunter lifestyle as he reminisces and closes the curtain on the Theater of the Mind. And of course finds an excuse to insert some Daft Punk music… hey, if it fits…

This month we give away a $560 silicone mask from CFX a set of DC Props Prop building books DC Props and a Skull Keystone from Necrotic Creations.

Enjoy the show… Subscribe… and Stay Scary!

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Hauntcast 58 "Ash Wednesday" with The Creepshow now slaying!

Dig it! The latest Hauntcast is now slaying!


The Propmaster’s winner of best indoor haunt in 2008 and best how-to in 2009, longtime haunter Noah Fentz of Katzper’s Haunt hangs out (from the rafters) in the dungeon.


Roger Hayes crank dials Chris on the Bone Phone to pimp his Kickstarter campaign for “Home Haunting for Mere Mortals” how-to book.


Taking you by the hand and leading you Hellbound, Canadian rockers The Creepshow bury Chris alive after they marry the Devil’s Son


JT and Chris fall off their bar stools after consuming cases of IPA while blathering about the plethora of horror movies dropping this month as well as reviewing Patrick


Mr. Terhune gets the munchies for Cookies of Evil and how Girl Scout cookie marketing relates to your haunt.


Revenant notices that some of the spookiest stuff out there can be remembered from our own childhoods… and that ain’t no fairy tale


Frankenfooted Shellhawk hobbles into the Mystery Machine and drives back into time to pull the mask off our favorite Horror related cartoons from our past.


Denny gives his past two years as Hauntcast’s prop guy a reach around and climaxes with his final prop building tips.


Vysther road trips to Creepy World in Revenant’s backyard, Saint Louis


The creative mind behind the Garage of Terror is opened up and laid bare with James’ Brain-pan Head Dissection prop, 1st place winner in Haunt Forum’s 2013 propbuilder’s challenge.


Sponsor Asylum Coffin hooks up two lucky minions with a Hearth Coffin.
Congrats to winners Shelly Madden and Robert Wolf!

Monday, March 10, 2014

Riverside Drive-In Theatre to Host 2nd Annual APRIL GHOULS DRIVE-IN MONSTER-RAMA!

Riverside Drive-In Theatre to Host 2nd Annual
VANDERGRIFT, PA — For eight years in a row, we’ve brought back the fun in going to the drive-in, with our annual, award-winning September DRIVE-IN SUPER MONSTER-RAMA event. Now, for a second year in a row,  the Riverside Drive-In Theatre is bringing the same retro thrills to their giant outdoor screen with the 2014 APRIL GHOULS DRIVE-IN MONSTER-RAMA! Like the September spectacular, this is two nights of classic horror and monster 35mm prints presented at an authentic drive-in movie theater. There will be two big shows on two consecutive nights which will start at dusk and go on until really late into the night! We have some very special treats in store, so we encourage all drive-in movie fanatics to travel from near and far, as you’re not going to find anything else like it, anywhere!
What could be better than a weekend getaway topped off with two nights of classic monster movies on the big outdoor screen? We realize that everything is so expensive these days, but admission is still only $10 a person each night! Plus, children 12 and under are free with parent or adult guardian. How can you beat that? The Riverside’s concession stand is loaded with reasonably priced goodies, including hot foods, hot and cold drinks, candy, popcorn and much more!
What is being shown and when?
On Friday, April 25, the features will be THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN, Brian DePalma’s CARRIE, SUSPIRIA and Wes Craven’s THE HILLS HAVE EYES.
On Saturday, April 26, the features will be HALLOWEEN (original), THE BEAST WITHIN, PHANTASM and CHILDREN SHOULDN’T PLAY WITH DEAD THINGS.
Note: The 8th Annual DRIVE-IN SUPER MONSTER-RAMA will take place on September 12-13, 2014. Features to be announced this Spring.
Each night we will also present an array of vintage monster and exploitation movies trailers, cartoons and concession stand classics in between the features which we know you will just love! The gates will open at 7 PM and the show will start at dusk and continue late into the night.
Where is the theater?
APRIL GHOULS DRIVE-IN MONSTER-RAMA will be held at the Riverside Drive-In Theatre in Vandergrift, PA. For the the dates of April 25 and 26, the theater will devote its screen exclusively to these special nights of vintage entertainment. The actual driving location of the theater reads as: Riverside Drive In Theatre, Route 66 N, Vandergrift, PA 15690. If you put that information as your destination on Mapquest, Google Maps, or your GPS, you can easily access directions from your starting location. The phone number of the theater is 724-568-1250 and their website is at Sponsored by DVD Drive-In (
Overnight Camping: The Riverside Drive-In is offering the choice of camping at the Drive In on Friday and Saturday night. The price is $10.00 per person/per night. The price for camping is separate from the admission price. With this we offer breakfast and use of the restrooms all night long. Makeshift showers will also be available, so you are welcome to bring towels and washrags to wash in the restrooms.
For more information, contact George Reis at