Dimension’s Horrible Podcast #3 – The Good, the Bad and the Dead

by on Oct.19, 2011, under Horror Show Hosts

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The Good, The Bad and The Dead!!
Episode 3
This week, Philadelphia Horror Host, Rob Dimension (who seems to excel in the Horrible) dept.) is back with his “very own Hoss”, Big Sal of ECW fame and Zombie master, Sal Valente as they discuss “Horror in Print” and if Horror Magazines can survive or will they fall by the way side. They also talk rate cards, the over all aspect of dealing in print media and what exactly does $$$ buy.
Dimension gives Sal (in fake money) a $500 budget to advertise the show, where will he spend it? This might interest those who are looking for learn some creative and fun ideas to help “spread the word” on a limited budget.
 Plus Rob discusses the Brian Johnson’s (Steve Dave from the View Askew Universe) 2000 film “Vulgar”, that stars Clerk’s star, Brian O’Halloran. With the release of Red State, this borders on the edge of horror for the View Askew guys…well Real Life Horror.
 They also give you their best 5 minutes for the Walking Dead Season 2 premiere that gained a whopping 11 million viewers. Are Zombies here to stay? Looks that way…atleast for a bit. Plus, hear what George Romero has to say about The Walking Dead and get our opinions.
Sal reviews “High School of the Dead” as his Netflix pick, a zombie filled, fun anime series that is currently streaming online now. The guys also deliver plenty of Horror news from the Independents to what is coming to a theater near you. Another can’t miss episode…(ok, probably a lie)

iTunes Link – http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dimensions-horrible-podcast/id470996331?i=101973773

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