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May 19, 2017

In this episode, Brian and Neil talk about Neil's big move to Portland and how it may affect We Are Indie Horror. They also review the 80's throwback film Beyond The Gates directed by Jackson StewartIt's currently available on Netflix, we recommend it. Other topics include Lust Experience (shout out to Buz Wallick), The Willows, and more!

WAIH writer Carlos Menjivar talks with actor/producer Eric Huskisson about the third installment of the Volumes Of Blood series.

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May 4, 2017

Founder of the successful VR company Clever Fox and fine tea connoisseur Dekker Dreyer joins We Are Indie Horror founders Brian Sapir and Neil King to discuss the future of horror entertainment through VR. They also talk about Dekker's amazing projects like directing The Disturbed and working at Dinsey World

More information about Clever Fox can be found at www.cleverfox.media.

In other news tickets for ScareLA are now on sale! Use the code HALFOWEEN to get 50% off tickets through the end of the week. Tickets can be purchased by clicking here

Also if you have not done so yet, be sure to keep an eye on The Lust Experience. It's still not too late to jump in the game, find all the information at www.TheLustExperience.com.

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Apr 21, 2017

First Carlos Menjivar talks with the mastermind behind one of the most popular cult films of all tie, Donnie Darkowhich has recently been re-released in 4K in theaters and on Blu-Ray.

Then the creative team behind one of the most impressive Halloween haunts, CreepLA (Justin Fix, Fiona Rene, and Daniel Montgomery) to talk about their latest immersive show, The Willows. Our hosts Brian Sapir and Neil King were at the dress rehearsal and dive into how the team plans to pull off such an elaborate show. 

Tickets for The Willows will be available beginning May 1st. Follow CreepLA on social media for more information.

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Mar 22, 2017

Bryan Brewer and Allie Rivera join your hosts Neil King and Brian Sapir to sip on some tea and talk about their newest indie horror feature film, The Raking. The film follows a group of college students on a weekend-long camping trip as part of a Cultural Anthropology project to research an internet creepypasta urban legend. Also it turns out both Brian and Bryan think Beta is really, really funny..

Catch The Raking on VOD/DVD via Amazon, Vudu, Flix Fling, Vimeo, Google Play, Itunes, Xbox and Family Video.

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Mar 15, 2017

Ethan Embry (Empire Records, Can't Hardly Wait, Grace and Frankie) joins our We Are Indie Horror hosts Neil and Brian to talk about his new film Devil's Candy, which hits select theaters, VOD and digital on March 17th from IFC Midnight. They also talk about their shared love of heavy metal, cooking, and the best ice cream in Los Angeles. 

Did you enjoy the show? Let us know! Leave us a comment or email us at weareindiehorror@gmail.com

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(left to right) Neil King, Ethan Embry, Rory "the cat" Binx, Brian Sapir

Mar 1, 2017

Show creator, stuntman, and actor Jin Kelley talks with Neil and Brian about his involvement behind the scenes of The Tension Experience, his love for Katanas, and how they would do in a zombie Apocalypse.

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Feb 22, 2017

Indie horror writer/director Chris Von Hoffmann sits down with Brian and Neil to talk about his feature directorial debut Drifter. They talk about his new film, as well as the Oscar nominations, and Chris' deep love for film. Catch Drifter in theaters February 24 and on VOD and iTunes February 28.

SYNOPSIS: A pair of outlaw brothers are held captive in a desolate town run by a small family of psychotic cannibalistic lunatics and their sadistic Mayor.

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Feb 16, 2017

Intuitive Counselor, Healer, Psychic Medium, Tarot Reader and friend to the show Mystic Madison stops by this week to talk about her weekly show Metaphysically Speaking with Mystic Madison, airing live at bidchat.com. e also discuss haunts, her brief stint as a horror queen, and we consult the cards about an icon.

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Feb 7, 2017

Eileen Dietz has had a long and rich career as an actress. From working on iconic shows like Planet of the Apes and General Hospital, she is probably most recognizable as the face od the demon Pazuzu from The Exorcist. She sits down with Brian and Neil to talk about her new book, Exorcising my Demons: An Actress' Journey to The Exorcist and Beyond, and talks about how she became an actress.

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Jan 31, 2017

Actress Sarah Nicklin (Haunting of Alice D, Grindsploitation) has been acting in films, primarily horror, for several years. Her list of credits is as vast as her love for the genre. She joins Brian and Neil to talk about her love of horror, where it all began, and how it plays in her life today. She also is apparently a huge Animorphs fan (go figure), and Brian has some strange obsession with goats. 

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Jan 24, 2017

Gene Blalock has been making films for his company, Seraph Films, for five years and is ready to embark on his first feature film. Steven Shea runs Abyssmal Entertainment, and recently released a fiction horror/comedy book called Film FestEvil (which is great btw). They join our hosts to discuss what horror is coming out this year, horror at the awards, and Brian makes a joke about Neil's private life. Will they get into a fight? Will Neil finally kick Brian out? Tune in and find out!


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Jan 17, 2017

Emma Bell (The Walking Dead) released her directorial debut short film Scratch last year to critical acclaim. She stopped by the studio along with the film's star/producer Bel Delia (The Tunnel) to talk about Scratch. We also discuss Emma's favorite coffee (and Bel's lack thereof), pets, period pieces, and Emma corrects Brian's placement of the Facebook Live camera.

 

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