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59: Chelsea Stardust - Satanic Panic

Mostly Horror

Steve's by himself again.. is Sean coming back soon?! He tells a cool story about Walmart and Satan. He's then joined by Chelsea Stardust, director of SATANIC PANIC and ALL THAT WE DESTROY! They talk about being around during the growth of Blumhouse, having a horror-happy family, working on two films in the same year, juggling genres, and more!Check out SATANIC PANIC on Shudder and ALL THAT WE DESTROY on Hulu!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

50mins

20 Jun 2022

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Off Script! - Conversation with Chelsea Stardust

On Screen!

Off Script! is a series in which we talk to filmmakers, film tourists, and anyone who's interested in the industry. 🎙Featuring: Chelsea Stardust - Filmmaker Chelsea is a director and producer. In this episode, we chat with Chelsea about her film 'Satanic Panic' starring Hayley Griffith, Rebecca Romijn, and Jerry O'Connell. Satanic Panic now streaming/available for purchase on:- Shudder- Apple TV- YouTube- Amazon Prime 🔗 Connect with Chelsea:Instagram - @chelseastardust'Satanic Panic' - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8510350/ 🎬 We love connecting with others in the community, so feel free to send us an email and we can chat about your location adventures! 📧 Email: hello@getonsetapp.com

51mins

6 Jun 2022

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Episode 15: David Cronenberg's Crash (w/guest Chelsea Stardust)

BLOODHAUS

This week Drusilla and Josh watch David Cronenberg's "Crash" with filmmaker Chelsea Stardust, which Wikipedia describes as follows: "Crash is a 1996 psychological thriller film written, produced and directed by David Cronenberg, based on J. G. Ballard's 1973 novel of the same name. Starring James Spader, Deborah Kara Unger, Elias Koteas, Holly Hunter and Rosanna Arquette, it follows a film producer who becomes involved with a group of symphorophiliacs who are strangely aroused by car crashes." Just in time for Mother's Day! But first...Everybody hates their moms, Chelsea watched "Eyes of Fire" from the All the Haunts Be Ours boxset from Severin films, "Stepford Wives", "Petite Maman", "We're All Going to the World's Fair", "Bunny Lake is Missing", "Kalifornia." Drusilla watched "Arsenic and Old Lace" at The New Beverly, "Reds",  Josh rewatched "American Psycho" and the gang goes off on director Mary Harron and "I Shot Andy Warhol".Then the gang gets into the feature. James Spader (not David Spade) eats a lot of ass in this. This film was sexually liberating for college-aged Chelsea and Drusilla both. We get a graphic designer's perspective on the credits, they discuss the marriage at the center of the film, they discuss the film's legacy from Cannes and the critical response and cultural homophobia. Francis Ford Coppola is a nerd. Josh worries about people being prudes these days. Rosanna Arquette keeps joints in her leg compartment. Chelsea doesn't think people should lick fresh tattoos, testing films sucks, and then they play Have They Seen It?Chelsea's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chelseastardust/Website: http://www.bloodhauspod.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/BloodhausPodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloodhauspod/Email: bloodhauspod@gmail.comDrusilla's art: https://www.sisterhydedesign.com/Drusilla's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hydesister/Drusilla's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/drew_phillips/Joshua's website: https://www.joshuaconkel.com/Joshua's Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoshuaConkel Joshua's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshua_conkel/Joshua's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/joshuaconkel/

1hr 8mins

23 May 2022

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112: Joyland with Chelsea Stardust

The Kingcast

One of the rare Stephen King books that hasn't been adapted, Joyland is a quick, breezy read about a broken-hearted teenager who works at a dilapidated (and haunted) amusement park where he finds new love and even a ghost or two.

1hr 43mins

23 Mar 2022

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Director Chelsea Stardust on 'Beetlejuice'

Feeling Seen

It's showtime! This week's co-host is Chelsea Stardust, director of the horror comedy Satanic Panic, along with All That We Destroy, which was part of Blumhouse's Into the Dark series on Hulu. The character that made her feel seen? Fellow goth only-child Lydia Deetz of Beetlejuice, of course. Long before she was a rising star in horror cinema, Chelsea was a Midwestern kid with a love for the strange and unusual. The first time she saw Beetlejuice, she recognized herself in young Lydia Deetz, from her dark sensibilities to her love of photography. In This week, Chelsea tells Jordan what she learned by embracing her inner Lydia.Plus (speaking of Showtime): How is Jordan feeling now that Season One of Yellowjackets is in the books? Satisfied? Bereft? Reeling? Well stay tuned and she'll tell you!   Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and FacebookWith Jordan Crucchiola and Chelsea Stardust

47mins

20 Jan 2022

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Vintage Halloween: Cat People (1942), The Curse of Frankenstein (1952), & Carnival of Souls (1964) w/ Chelsea Stardust

Not Your Final Girl

The time is nigh! From the black and white world, Candace and Ariel are hanging out with filmmaker Chelsea Stardust for our annual Vintage Halloween episode, where we discuss some of the most festive pre-1970 horror films. Get ready for this triple feature - spanning three decades, we’ve got atmospheric and suspenseful psychological classic Cat People (1942), followed by Hammer campfest The Curse of Frankenstein (1952 - and in color!), in which Peter Cushing is toxic in his little outfits. Last up, low-budget indie nightmare of our hearts, Carnival of Souls (1962). In case you’re wondering, there is a common theme in these movies, but you gotta listen to find out. We can’t just give you everything in the description, okay? We can give you Chelsea’s amazing Halloween mix though! [do we just put a link to the dropbox? idk] You can also check out our other episodes featuring Chelsea’s movies here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-your-mother-all-that-we-destroy-and-we-need-to/id1484828490?i=1000521133594 and here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cult-comedies-satanic-panic-we-summon-the-darkness-w/id1484828490?i=1000522933073. Also our Letterboxd has been mega-updated, so you can take a look at everything we’ve watched for the show. Chelsea Stardust is a filmmaker known for her work on two successful horror movies, All That We Destroy (2019) and Satanic Panic (2019). You can check out All That We Destroy on Hulu and Satanic Panic on Shudder. And follow Chelsea on instagram to see what’s coming next from her: https://www.instagram.com/chelseastardust/ A proud part of the Morbidly Beautiful Podcast Network. Our drive for intersectionality aligns well with the Morbidly Beautiful ethos. We love that MB is a nonprofit that gives back to the horror community, and are thrilled to be a part of the network! Show now also streaming on morbidlybeautiful.com! Movies Discussed: Cat People (1942), The Curse of Frankenstein (1957), Carnival of Souls (1962) Links: IG- instagram.com/nyfgpod Twitter- twitter.com/nyfgpod FB- facebook.com/nyfgpodcast/ Pod merch- https://society6.com/nyfgpod I am Not Your Final Girl by Claire C. Holland- https://www.amazon.com/Am-Not-Your-Final-Girl/dp/0692966633 Bandcamp- arieldyer.bandcamp.com Show art by Brian Demarest: instagram.com/evilflynn

1hr 40mins

25 Oct 2021

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9: Chelsea Stardust and Hayley Griffith

Kim and Ket's Survive the Cellar

This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, are joined by Chelsea Stardust and Hayley Griffith. Chelsea is a Los Angeles filmmaker responsible for such films as All that we Destroy and Satanic Panic. Chelsea even lured the star of Satanic Panic, Hayley Griffith, down to the cellar with her! Hayley is an actress from the Big Apple. They’re both the latest victims of the Quiz Show Killer. Will Chelsea and Hayley survive the cellar and escape with their lives? Or will Kim & Ket finally get to have that old school slumber party! Let’s play Oujia! Spoiler alert: we’re calling ourselves.Chelsea Stardust  @chelseastardustChelsea Stardust has been a horror film fan since the age of 10 when her father showed her George Romero's Night of the Living Dead and Tod Browning's Dracula. When she wasn’t racing sled dogs in the snowy Midwest, Chelsea consumed all the cinema she could get her hands on. During high school she attended night classes at the Cleveland Institute of Art, where she assisted filmmaker Robert Banks Jr. in shooting Super 8 experimental horror films. Robert also introduced her to films like Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Larry Cohen’s God Told Me To and Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes.   After high school, Chelsea attended Ohio University's Honors Tutorial College School of Film program where she focused on Directing. Upon graduating, Chelsea moved to sunny Los Angeles to pursue her filmmaking dreams. After working for comedy legends Ivan Reitman and Judd Apatow, Chelsea found her horror home at Blumhouse Productions (Paranormal Activity, Insidious, Sinister, The Purge, Get Out, Split, Us) where she served as the executive assistant to Jason Blum for several year. She also shadowed Adam Robitel on the 2018 Blumhouse film Insidious:The Last Key.   Since leaving her post at Blumhouse Productions, Chelsea started directing full time. Chelsea released four short films on Crypt TV, Slay Per View, Marco Polo, Project Hope, Under The Bed, which have exceeded over 1M views. She also directed a horror/musical/comedy for the stage titled Slashed! The Musical for the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival, which was nominated for Best Musical,  Screamiest Show and won the Encore Award. She also directed the holiday-horror radio play Christmas Eve for Earbud Theater, which was released in December 2017 to rave reviews.  Chelsea’s first feature film, the science fiction thriller All That We Destroy, was part of the Blumhouse Into The Dark series and is currently available on Hulu. Her second feature film, the horror comedy Satanic Panic, written by novelist Grady Hendrix and produced by Fangoria, is currently streaming on Shudder and is also available on blu-ray and VHS.  She is repped by United Talent Agency and Heroes & Villains Entertainment. Hayley Griffith  @hayl_griffith Hayley Griffith is an actor living New York City. Hayley made her film debut in 2019 as Sam in Satanic Panic, which was directed by Chelsea Stardust! She played Ruth in the feature film of Jack London’s Martin Eden, which is set to release later this year. She has appeared in numerous television shows such as Bull, Law and Order: SVU, The Mysteries of Laura, and The Loudest Voice. Follow all the happenings in the Cellar at:Insta: @kkstcpodcastTwitter: @kkstcpodcastA Dread Podcast Network original podcastSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

45mins

21 Jun 2021

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Kim and Ket's Survive the Cellar Ep. 9: Chelsea Stardust and Hayley Griffith

Kim and Ket Stay Alive... Maybe

This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, are joined by Chelsea Stardust and Hayley Griffith. Chelsea is a Los Angeles filmmaker responsible for such films as All that we Destroy and Satanic Panic. Chelsea even lured the star of Satanic Panic, Hayley Griffith, down to the cellar with her! Hayley is an actress from the Big Apple. They’re both the latest victims of the Quiz Show Killer. Will Chelsea and Hayley survive the cellar and escape with their lives? Or will Kim & Ket finally get to have that old school slumber party! Let’s play Oujia! Spoiler alert: we’re calling ourselves.Chelsea Stardust  @chelseastardustChelsea Stardust has been a horror film fan since the age of 10 when her father showed her George Romero's Night of the Living Dead and Tod Browning's Dracula. When she wasn’t racing sled dogs in the snowy Midwest, Chelsea consumed all the cinema she could get her hands on. During high school she attended night classes at the Cleveland Institute of Art, where she assisted filmmaker Robert Banks Jr. in shooting Super 8 experimental horror films. Robert also introduced her to films like Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Larry Cohen’s God Told Me To and Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes.   After high school, Chelsea attended Ohio University's Honors Tutorial College School of Film program where she focused on Directing. Upon graduating, Chelsea moved to sunny Los Angeles to pursue her filmmaking dreams. After working for comedy legends Ivan Reitman and Judd Apatow, Chelsea found her horror home at Blumhouse Productions (Paranormal Activity, Insidious, Sinister, The Purge, Get Out, Split, Us) where she served as the executive assistant to Jason Blum for several year. She also shadowed Adam Robitel on the 2018 Blumhouse film Insidious:The Last Key.   Since leaving her post at Blumhouse Productions, Chelsea started directing full time. Chelsea released four short films on Crypt TV, Slay Per View, Marco Polo, Project Hope, Under The Bed, which have exceeded over 1M views. She also directed a horror/musical/comedy for the stage titled Slashed! The Musical for the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival, which was nominated for Best Musical,  Screamiest Show and won the Encore Award. She also directed the holiday-horror radio play Christmas Eve for Earbud Theater, which was released in December 2017 to rave reviews.  Chelsea’s first feature film, the science fiction thriller All That We Destroy, was part of the Blumhouse Into The Dark series and is currently available on Hulu. Her second feature film, the horror comedy Satanic Panic, written by novelist Grady Hendrix and produced by Fangoria, is currently streaming on Shudder and is also available on blu-ray and VHS.  She is repped by United Talent Agency and Heroes & Villains Entertainment. Hayley Griffith  @hayl_griffith Hayley Griffith is an actor living New York City. Hayley made her film debut in 2019 as Sam in Satanic Panic, which was directed by Chelsea Stardust! She played Ruth in the feature film of Jack London’s Martin Eden, which is set to release later this year. She has appeared in numerous television shows such as Bull, Law and Order: SVU, The Mysteries of Laura, and The Loudest Voice. Follow all the happenings in the Cellar at:Insta: @kkstcpodcastTwitter: @kkstcpodcastA Dread Podcast Network original podcastSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

45mins

21 Jun 2021

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FTM 585 - FINAL DESTINATION with Chelsea Stardust

F This Movie!

Patrick is joined by director Chelsea Stardust (All That We Destroy, Satanic Panic) for a discussion of the Final Destination franchise. Listen in for what Death's design has in store for both of them! Download this episode here. (48.7 MB)Listen to F This Movie! on Spotify and on Apple Podcasts.Follow Chelsea Stardust on Instagram at @ChelseaStardust!

19 May 2021

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Chelsea Stardust on The Losers Book Club (Patreon Clip)

The Losers' Club: A Stephen King Podcast

Here's a preview of our all-new Patreon exclusive episode that finds the Losers speaking to filmmaker and producer Chelsea Stardust (Satanic Panic, Into the Dark), who weighs in on her own book club: The Losers Book Club. She also discusses her newfound love for the Master of Horror, tips on how to start your own book club, and stacks of horror recommendations to watch. Want more? Head on over to www.patreon.com/thebarrens and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content.Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

6mins

20 Apr 2021

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