Where The Scary Things Are Episode 50: THE BIG 5-0 Double Feature: A Nun's Curse with Tommy Faircloth and Felissa Rose and NIghtmare On Elm Streets Amanda Wyss
Where The Scary Things Are
We are honored to bring you our first LIVE 50th Episode. Felissa Rose and Tommy Faircloth come to talk about their new film A Nun's Curse and Amanda Wyss comes on to talk about NIghtmare On Elm Street and Badland. We couldn't be happier talking Horror With these amazing guest. Keep It Scary My Friends! Support the show (https://linktr.ee/WTSTA666)
Tommy Faircloth, Writer / Director (A Nun's Curse, Film, Horror, 2020)
Jamie Roxx's Pop Roxx Talk Radio Show
Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Tommy Faircloth, Writer / Director (A Nun's Curse, Film, Horror, 2020) to the Show! Facebook: www.facebook.com/NunsCurseIMDB: www.imdb.com/title/tt8426182On a weekend trip, a group of friends are forced to seek shelter inside an abandoned prison where a nun named Sister Monday had once been assigned. During her time at the prison, Sister Monday was suspected of killing prisoners who were serving out their sentences but before she could be questioned, she disappeared. Once inside the prison, they will learn the terrifying truth.The Nun’s Curse premieres on DVD and Digital May 12 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Ben and Zach are joined by the one and only Tommy Faircloth to discuss his new movie “A Nun’s Curse,” pre-Starbucks Robb Alvey, the forum without decorum and much more.“A Nun’s Curse” will be available for streaming soon, find more details here https://www.horsecreekprods.com/Please follow us on social media:Instagram @YourFavoriteCoasterSucksTwitter @Shitty_Airtimewww.facebook.com/UrFavCoasterSux www.yourfavoritecoastersucks.tumblr.comPlease subscribe, rate and leave a comment on whatever app you’re using to listen to this show.If you enjoy the show please consider throwing us a buck or two www.patreon.com/yourfavoritecoastersucksLinks for news stories:-SeaWorld Orlando is going to end their Killer Whale show this week https://www.local10.com/news/local/2019/12/25/seaworld-orlando-to-end-killer-whale-show-next-week/-A man was charged with a hate crime following an assault at Mt. Olympus https://www.wiscnews.com/baraboonewsrepublic/news/local/crime-and-courts/man-charged-with-hate-crime-after-mt-olympus-assault/article_5294cdf1-cea4-53f4-98a1-e06a84d7e272.html-SeaWorld San Antonio’s new for 2020 roller coaster, Texas Stingray has begun testing https://www.themeparkinsider.com/flume/201912/7189/-An elderly woman was injured at Silver Dollar City after attempting to exit a moving tram https://www.ksla.com/2019/12/29/elderly-woman-seriously-hurt-silver-dollar-city/-Galaxyland at the West Edmunton Mall is becoming Hasbro themed https://www.licenseglobal.com/entertainment/galaxyland-become-first-hasbro-themed-amusement-park
Janessa After Dark: Sloppy Seconds #3 Feat. Heidi Moore, Tommy Faircloth, and Felissa Rose
Janessa After Dark
Miss Jaye is back with more outtakes, and things are going to get extra sloppy! Here are some great outtakes from the first three episodes of Janessa After Dark's Second Season! Featuring guests Tommy Faircloth of Horse Creek Productions, Heidi Moore of Wretched Productions, and iconic scream queen Felissa Rose, these outtakes expand on some of the conversations from the full length episode and also provide all new insights and topics for discussion that were good...but just didn't fit in the original episode! Miss Jaye also previews her newest project: a limited series podcast called Miss Jaye: The Renovation! Come check out some brand new material from our season 2 guests, either for the first time or because you just can't get enough!
Janessa After Dark Series 2 - Episode 2 Feat. Tommy Faircloth
Janessa After Dark
Miss Jaye is back with another gore-geous episode of JANESSA AFTER DARK with a special treat for you horror fans! First off, Miss Jaye discusses the importance of horror films in her own identity development and ponders why so many queer folks seem drawn to the horror genre, both as fans and as creators. Looking briefly at three films - PROM NIGHT 2, NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET 3: DREAM WARRIORS, and SLEEPAWAY CAMP - she traces some specific influences from these films that helped her better understand her own deliciously dangerous queerness. After the commentary, Miss Jaye interviews indie filmmaker Tommy Faircloth (Horse Creek Productions) about his films including DOLLFACE, FAMILY POSSESSIONS, and the forthcoming NUN'S CURSE, as well as what it's like to work with horror icons Mark Patton and Felissa Rose! They talk about why queer representation is important, who Tommy's favorite drag performers are, and what it's like for him to work with his husband as a production partner. They also talk a little about the business side of making movies - if you've ever wanted to make a movie or run your own fund-raising campaign, Tommy has some words of wisdom for you!