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#6 Sledgehammer Horror (My First Horror Movie

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I sit down with Ken from Sledgehammer Horror to talk about my first full horror movie experience.

Sledgehammer Horror- My First Horror Movie

#5 High Horror With Anya & Sam (Reviewing Anything For Jackson)

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High Horror with Anya & Sam

Anya and give Anything For Jackson an actual review this time, and it’s GOOD!

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#4 Fandom At Random (X: A Movie Review)

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Brian and I talk about the new highly anticipated Ti West film, X.

Fandom At Random: Random Review

#3 Fandom At Random (Yellowjackets)

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Brian and I discuss how much we LOVE Yellowjackets and can’t wait for season two!

Fandom At Random: Random Review

#2 Fandom At Random (Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin

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Brian and I talk about the latest Paranormal Activity instalment.

Fandom at Random: Random Review

#1 Horror and More with Anya Gorre (Keith Cooper & Anything for Jackson)

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Anya and I sit down with Keith Cooper, the writer of Anything for Jackson.

Let’s Talk to Keith Cooper about Anything For Jackson

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My First Horror Experience

Poltergeist 1982 Tobe Hooper/Steven Spielberg- Photo courtesy of

It was 1983, my Aunt had just purchased one of these new devices called a VCR! Suddenly all the box office hits were available to view in the comfort of your own living room. Having seen the film in the theater the year before, my Mom and Aunt were eager to bring this hot tape home (after rewinding it of course).

They plunked me and my cousin down, (both eight years old) gave us a bowl of cheesies and off to the races we went!

My cousin, a burly boy, much more fearless than I, appeared overly excited, meh, he was always weird though. Myself, I didn’t know what to expect. All I knew was that I’d probably be spending some evenings sleeping on the floor next to my dad in the near future as a result.

Things that still stick out today 37 years later…

The Hand: Yep, that made me jump!

The Thunderstorm: I still count between thunder claps and lightening strikes.

That clown: Well that sparked a life-long fear of clowns for me; or Coulrophobia as it’s properly called.

THE POOL! Poor JoBeth Williams had NO idea she was swimming/drowning next to real corpses and skeletons. I bet she still has nightmares about it. I do.

What was your first Horror Movie experience? How old were you? What sticks out in your mind still? Let me know in the comments.