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Anne Bobby from Nightbreed
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June 26, 2012 04:42 AM PDT
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When I asked Anne Bobby when she got bite by the acting bug she told me she was born with it. She has appeared in many films over the years including the horror favorite, Clive Barkers Nightbreed. Anne was a guest at the first Mad Monster Party in Charlotte NC this past April and was a crowd favorite. I asked her about doing an interview for Monsters From The Basement and she said she would be more than happy too. Her other credits include Born On The 4th Of July, The Pick Up Artist and the voice of Brigid Tenebaum in the video game Bio Shock. Join me as I talk with Anne Bobby!!

Debbie Rochon
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June 13, 2012 06:45 AM PDT
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Debbie Rochon is a scream queen legend in the world of horror. She has appeared in over 200 films, hosted a Sirius Radio with Dee Snider and this month her picture graces the cover of Fangoria Magazine which she also writes a monthly article for. Debbie was a guest at the recent Blood On The Beach Horror Convention in Virgina Beach. I sit down with Debbie and had an awesome time talking with her. She was so nice. I really hope that you enjoy this interview with Ms. Debbie Rochon!!! Click the link below to go to Debbie’s interview page!!

Felissa Rose and Jonathan Tiersten from "Sleepaway Camp"
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May 23, 2012 05:26 AM PDT
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Who can forget the very strange ending to the 80′s horror flick “Sleepaway Camp”. That final scene just blew me away. Now, 30 years later the film has the same impact on many other horror fans old and new. Two of the stars of that film, Felissa Rose and Jonathan Tiersten, were guests at the recent Blood On The Beach Horror convention. Both of them agreed to talk with me for an interview for Monsters From The Basement. We talked about their memeories of the filming of the moview and what they are doing these days. They are both super people as you will hear in the interview. I hope you dig the interview as much as I did interviewing them. Let’s give a big Monsters From The Basement welcome to Felissa and Jonathan!!!

William Katt
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May 01, 2012 03:37 PM PDT
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William was first noticed in the role as Tommy in the Stephen King film “Carrie”. He also appeared for several seasons as “The Greatest American Hero” and in the film “House”. William was a guest at last years Days Of The Dead convention and on Sunday morning we sit down and talked for a few minutes. We talked about his films and the tv show and what he is doing now. Join me in The Basement as I talk with Mr William Katt!!!

Dey Young from Rock And Roll High School
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April 16, 2012 08:33 AM PDT
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Dey Young’s first movie was the Roger Corman classic “Rock And Roll High School” in 1979. Since then she has kept herself busy appearing in many tv shows and films. She was a guest at Days Of The Dead Atlanta and agreed to doing an interview for Monsters From The Basement. She was one of the nicest ladies I have ever met and was fun to talk with. Join me as I welcome Dey Young to Monsters From The Basement!!! Click the player below to listen to the interview!!

Patty Mullen from Frankenhooker
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April 13, 2012 05:48 AM PDT
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When I first saw “Frankenhooker” back in the 90′s it blew me away. It quickly became a movie I would watch over and over. When I first heard that the star of that movie, Patty Mullen, was going to be a guest at The Mad Monster Party I got really excited. This was her very first convention and I knew I really wanted to interview her for Monsters From The Basement. She was such a nice lady and agreed to do the interview. We talked about her memories of the movie, what she does now and how she hopes to attend more conventions in the future. Please join me and listen to my interview with Patty Mullen!!!

Sean Whalen
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April 01, 2012 01:24 PM PDT
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Sean Whalen’s third film was Wes Cravens “People Under The Stairs”. Since then he has appeared in many other films and countless tv shows as well. I had been friends with Sean on Facebook and when I found out that he was going to be a guest at the recent Days Of The Dead Atlanta Convention I contacted him and asked if we could do an interview for this website. On Sunday morning I was able to sit down with him and talk about acting, Wes Craven and many other things. He is a super nice guy and if he attends a convention you are going to be sure to go up and say hello to him. I hope you enjoy my interview with Sean Whalen!!!

Nivek Ogre of Skinny Puppy
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March 21, 2012 09:13 AM PDT
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Nivek Ogre started the band Skinny Puppy almost 30 years ago and they are still playing music today. He has also appeared in the films Repo: A Genetic Opera, 2001 Manics: Field Of Screams and the upcoming The Devil’s Carnival. He was a member of The Bat Pack that took care of Forest J Ackerman during the final years of his life. Nivek was a guest at the recent Days Of The Dead Convention in Atlanta and I talked with him on Sunday morning. I wanted this interview to go on for hours because he was so interesting to talk to. I hope you enjoy this Monsters From The Basement interview with Nivek Ogre!!

Savana Wehunt from The Walking Dead
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March 04, 2012 04:43 AM PST
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Savana Wehunt is a twenty year old actress from Georgia. She originally wanted to be a vet but after being in several children’s theater productions she was bit by the acting bug. This past year she was featured in The Walking Dead web series and TV series as well. As a walker she appeared in two of this seasons most talked about episodes….the attack on Otis at the high school and appearance of Sophie before she was shot. I ran into Savana at Con Nooga a couple of weeks ago and asked if I could interview her for Monsters From The Basement. She is bound to go far in the acting world. Listen as I chat with Savana Wehunt!!

Robert Logue and Bob Slendorn
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February 19, 2012 08:01 AM PST
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I met Robert Logue and Robert Slendorn by attending some of the major horror conventions in the Tennessee and Kentucky area. In December of 2011 Robert Logue opened up Logue’s Black Raven Emporium in East Nashville, a store that carries vintage clothing, horror t shirts, books on just about every subject you can think of, DVDs and a wide variety of horror merchandise. One cool thing about the store is that in March they are going to open up the downstairs area which has been transfered into Cult Fiction Underground, a small movie theater that will show rare horror and exploitation films. I went to Nashville last week and talked to Robert and Bob about what is going to be going on at the store when everything gets into full swing. I am looking forward to seeing some cool films there. If you live in the Nashville area or if you are planning a trip to Nashville be sure to check out the store at the corner of Trinity Lane and Gallatin Road in East Nashville. I hope you enjoy my interviews with Robert and Bob.

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