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This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, welcomed back some of Wendell’s favorite victims: Brea Grant (Lucky), Graham Skipper (Sequence Break) and Jeremy Gardner (After Midnight) for the Season 1 finale! The only thing more brutal than a serial killer is 3 friends competing for survival and $1000! Will they make it out of the cellar (again)? Or will Kim and Ket finally have a full ghost party guest list in the cellar?Brea Grant @breagrantBrea is a filmmaker/writer who wrote/directed the dark comedy heist film, 12 HOUR SHIFT, which premiered at Tribeca in 2020 and wrote/starred in the SXSW 2020 feature, LUCKY, directed by Natasha Kermani. She has also worked as a writer/director on the Netflix series, EASTSIDERS and on the CW sci-fi series, PANDORA. She has written a number of comics including her most recent graphic novel entitled MARY about the fictional descendent of Mary Shelley. She co-hosts a weekly book podcast called Reading Glasses. She started in the film industry as an actress and has appeared on shows like Heroes, Friday Night Lights, and Dexter, as well as horror films like Halloween II and the recent indie favorite, After Midnight. Graham Skipper @skipstagrahamGraham is an actor, writer, and director living in Austin, TX! He is best known for originating the role of Herbert West in Re-Animator the Musical  (directed by Stuart Gordon), as well as starring in Almost Human, The Mind's Eye, Beyond The Gates, and Bliss.Graham has also recently made his directorial debut with the feature film SEQUENCE BREAK. He is also the founder of RATED R: A HORROR SPEAKEASY.Graham is the Founder and Director of THE BASEMENT PRODUCTIONS.Jeremy Gardner @mrjeremygardnerJeremy Gardner has two cats and loves baseball. 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.
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  @chelseastardust Chelsea 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: @kkstcpodcast Twitter: @kkstcpodcast A Dread Podcast Network original podcast See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, are joined by Sadie Katz and Mike Mendez. Mike is a filmmaker from LA who has been making films since the age of 8 yrs. old. Sadie is a writer and actress who you DO NOT want to sit next to while watching Scream. These two spitfires are the latest victims of The Quiz Show Killer. Will Mike and Sadie survive the cellar and escape with their lives? Or will Kim & Ket be that much closer to assembling their ghostly film crew to shoot their biopic? Sadie Katz @sadiekatz  is an award-winning actress, WGA writer, director and producer living in Los Angeles. Katz got her start co-starring in the dark romantic comedy Nipples and Palm Trees. The outrageous comedy stayed in the Amazon's top one hundred rentals for a year. Sadie went on to star in several films. The most notable, Sally Hillicker in the popular horror franchise 20th Century Fox's Wrong Turn 6. For which she received rave reviews from respected genre sites including Fangoria and Dread Central. Getting Scream Queen status she has gone on to get top billing in a dozen horror/thriller titles. More than a Scream Queen she's co-starred opposite Academy Award nominee June Squibb and Firefly's Sean Mayer. As well as working with such notable actors as Ed Asner, Steven Bauer, Danny Trejo, Richard Grieco, Tara Reid, Richard Reihl, Michael Pare, Sophie Monk, Patrick Kilpatrick, Randy Wayne and Eric Roberts. Katz also tried her hand at documentary storytelling with The Bill Murray Experience winning several awards in festivals and receiving worldwide distribution with Gravitas Ventures. Katz has an award named in her honor "Sadie Katz Hustle Award" given out to filmmakers annually at AMDOC'S Palm Springs who go above and beyond promoting their films. She also penned the screenplay "Scorned" starring Anna Lynn McCord and Billy Zane released by Anchor Bay, as well as Lionsgate thriller Clown Fear. She's received top billing in several Lionsgate released films including the latest Amityville Harvest. Recently she received Hollywood Horrorfest's Best Supporting Actress Award for the Sony released Automation. Look for her this year in festival artsy thrillers Megan, State of Desolation and Rip Tide as well as several family comedies including A Fargo Christmas and Fizzie. Mike Mendez  @madmanmendez A native to Los Angeles, Mike Mendez was in the backyard making movies since the age of 10. At the age of 23, Mike made his first feature film "Killers," which was accepted into the Sundance Film Festival. He followed that up with the horror comedy "The Convent," which was also accepted into the Sundance Film Festival in 2000. The film was released by Lionsgate in the U.S. In 2002, he produced a documentary for Universal Television and Showtime entitled "Masters of Horror," featuring interviews with some of the genre's most legendary filmmakers.  In 2006, Mike's film "The Gravedancers" premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and was released in theaters nationally by Lionsgate & After Dark Films as part of "8 Films To Die For”. After working on short films for X-box and working on television show's such as "Beavis & Butthead",  Mike’s next film, "Big Ass Spider!" in 2013 would go on to premiere at the SXSW Film Festival. It also won the Saturn Award that year for best limited release film. The latest batch of work includes the horror anthology, “Tales of Halloween” of which he served as a producer and one of the directors. Mike also helmed the 2015 television movie, “Lavalantula” for the Syfy channel And “Don't Kill It" starring Dolph Lundgren, which premiered at Fantastic Fest. Mike has also written for television shows such as “Stan Against Evil” on IFC and edited features such as “Nightmare Cinema” & “Critters Attack” for Warner Bros. Follow all the happenings in the Cellar at: Insta: @kkstcpodcast Twitter: @kkstcpodcast A Dread Podcast Network original podcast See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, are joined by the dashing Matt Mercer @mercershark and Graham Skipper @skipstagraham. Matt is a LA based filmmaker whose latest project is Dementia II. This spooky film also stars Graham Skipper, an actor and founder of the Rated-R Speakeasy in Los Angeles. These deadly dudes are the latest victims of The Quiz Show Killer. Will Matt and Graham survive the cellar and escape with their lives? Or will Kim & Ket finally be able to pitch those horror film ideas? Can you say Michael Myers meets Jaws!?  Check out their new movie DEMENTIA PART II Suzanne wasn't always this confused. She wasn't always dead either - When an ex-con takes a job as a handyman for an unstable elderly woman to avoid a parole violation, it becomes a choice he may regret.  Dark Star Pictures and Bloody Disgusting will release the midnight horror film DEMENTIA PART II in theaters on May 21, 2021, and on VOD, Digital HD and DVD on June 1, 2021. Follow all the happenings in the Cellar at: Insta: @kkstcpodcast Twitter: @kkstcpodcast A Dread Podcast Network original podcast See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, are joined by the amazing Brea Grant and Natasha Kermani. Brea Grant is a filmmaker/writer who wrote/starred in the SXSW 2020 feature, LUCKY, directed by Natasha Kermani. Natasha is an Iranian-American filmmaker and the co-founder of Illium Pictures. These gorgeous Duchesses of Darkness are also the latest victims of The Quiz Show Killer. Will Brea and Natasha survive the cellar and escape with their lives? Or will Kim & Ket finally have some ghostly company? Who wants mimosas, ladies?! Brunch in the cellar! #Yaaas LUCKY is available now on Shudder! Brea Grant @breagrant  is a filmmaker/writer who wrote/directed the dark comedy heist film, 12 HOUR SHIFT, which premiered at Tribeca in 2020 and wrote/starred in the SXSW 2020 feature, LUCKY, directed by Natasha Kermani. She has also worked as a writer/director on the Netflix series, EASTSIDERS and on the CW sci-fi series, PANDORA.She has written a number of comics including her most recent graphic novel entitled MARY about the fictional descendent of Mary Shelley. She co-hosts a weekly book podcast called Reading Glasses. She started in the film industry as an actress and has appeared on shows like Heroes, Friday Night Lights, and Dexter, as well as horror films like Halloween II and the recent indie favorite, After Midnight. Natasha Kermani @natakerm  is an Iranian-American filmmaker from NYC, currently based in Los Angeles, and the co-founder of Illium Pictures. Natasha’s credits include horror feature film LUCKY (SxSW ‘20) and science-fiction feature film IMITATION GIRL (FrightFest ‘17). Outside film and television, Natasha is a violinist and composer who enjoys playing live shows with local bands and ensembles. Follow all the happenings in the Cellar at: Insta: @kkstcpodcast Twitter: @kkstcpodcast A Dread Podcast Network original podcast See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, are joined by Her Majesty the Queen, Barbara Crampton and Travis Stevens. Barbara Crampton’s career as an iconic figure in the horror/thriller genres has spanned 4 decades and continues to gain momentum. Travis, a prolific and renowned writer/director/producer in his own right, worked with Barbara on their genre feature, JAKOB’S WIFE (available now!). These icons are also the latest victims of The Quiz Show Killer. Will Barbara and Travis survive the cellar and escape with their lives? Or will Kim & Ket finally have some ghostly company? The girls have some scripts they’d like to pitch to them. JAKOB'S WIFE SYNOPSIS: Anne is married to a small-town minister and feels like her life and marriage have been shrinking over the past 30 years. After a chance encounter with “The Master,” she discovers a new sense of power and an appetite to live bigger and bolder than before. As Anne is increasingly torn between her enticing new existence and her life before, the body count grows and Jakob realizes he will have to fight for the wife he took for granted. TRAILER: https://youtu.be/xA8ALfbP_hA Available NOW in theaters and on demand/digital   Barbara Crampton @barbaracrampton Barbara Crampton’s career as an iconic figure in the horror / thriller genres has spanned 4 decades and continues to gain momentum. Currently she is starring in and producing the horror thriller JAKOB’S WIFE with AMP Films. Immediately preceding JAKOB’S WIFE, Barbara completed producing a remake of the Stuart Gordon classic CASTLE FREAK, based on the HP Lovecraft story. Prior to that, she completed work on SACRIFICE, a thriller shot in Norway. Other features due to be released include RUN HIDE FIGHT with Thomas Jane and Treat Williams, KING KNIGHT with Aubrey Plaza and Matthew Gray Gubler and SUPERHOST with Gracie Gillam, Sara Canning and Osric Chau. Earlier she starred in and produced BEYOND THE GATES which won best horror feature in its debut at LA Film Fest. For television Barbara recently guest starred on the last season of CHANNEL ZERO: The Dream Door (Syfy). Soon after she starred in an episode of the highly acclaimed series “INTO THE DARK: Culture Shock” (Blumhouse / Hulu). Barbara will guest star on season 2 of CREEPSHOW from Greg Nicotero premiering this Spring on Shudder. Barbara writes a column for FANGORIA magazine entitled SCENE QUEEN, for which she won a “Rondo Hatton Horror Award” in 2020. Crampton has received 5 Lifetime Achievement awards at festivals around the world for her contributions to the horror genre including one at Morbido in Mexico City and at the prestigious Sitges Festival, just outside Barcelona, Spain. Barbara made her screen debut on the daytime drama DAYS OF OUR LIVES and her film debut in 1984’s BODY DOUBLE. Cult classic RE- ANIMATOR, in which Barbara portrayed the leading role of Megan Halsey, continues to be a huge fan favorite. Other films Crampton has starred in include: FROM BEYOND, the original and remake of PUPPET MASTER, YOU’RE NEXT, WE ARE STILL HERE and more. She won a Soap Opera Digest award for her portrayal of the maniacal character Leanna Love, during her six years on THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS. Born in a suburb of New York City and raised in Vermont, Barbara started appearing in school plays when she was a young girl and went on to study acting in school. As her father worked for carnivals she grew up spending summers traveling with them. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree inTheater Arts from Castleton University, Barbara made a brief stop in New York where she appeared as Cordelia in King Lear for the American Theater of Actors, then moved to LA to commence her TV and film career. Barbara lives in California with her husband Bob and their two children, Luke and Olivia.      Travis Stevens @TravisStevens A prolific producer since 2010, Travis Stevens’ wide range of award-winning genre films have played the Toronto International Film Festival, Cannes Directors’ Fortnight, Sundance, SXSW, Telluride, Tribeca, Fantastic Fest, AFI and BiFan.  In 2019, his writing and directing debut GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR premiered at SXSW to great reviews (“The best of the (Midnighters) program” RogerEbert.Com) and then traveled the world. Acclaimed for its visual design, practical effects and wicked sense of humor, it won both a Fangoria Chainsaw Award (“Best First Feature”) and Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Award (“Best Gooey Effects”) before terrifying audiences on Netflix (becoming the #2 most watched film on the streaming service and remaining in the top 10 for over a week).    His writing and directing follow-up JAKOB’S WIFE stars genre legends Barbara Crampton, Larry Fessenden and Bonnie Aarons and premiered at SXSW 2021. Follow all the happenings in the Cellar at: Insta: @kkstcpodcast Twitter: @kkstcpodcast A Dread Podcast Network original podcast See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, are joined by Marty Go and Hana Mae Lee. Maritte Go is a Filipino-American filmmaker known for “Rise, “ “Phobias” and “Black as Night”. Hana Mae Lee is an actress, fashion designer, artist, writer, filmmaker, and make-up artist known for her roles in “The Babysitter” and “The Babysitter: Killer Queen.” These bosses are also the latest victims of The Quiz Show Killer. Will Marty and Hana Mae survive the cellar and escape with their lives? Or will Kim & Ket finally have some ghostly company? Perhaps the girls can start that ghost girl group after all! The Spice Ghouls!  (We’ll see ourselves out - oh wait. We’re stuck in this basement.) PHOBIAS is available now On Demand and Digital! Five dangerous patients, suffering from extreme phobias at a government testing facility, are put to the ultimate test under the supervision of a crazed doctor and his quest to weaponize fear. HANA MAE LEE @hanamaelee Hana Mae Lee is an award-winning actress, fashion designer, artist, writer, filmmaker, and make-up artist. Hana Mae began her career starring in commercials like the Cannes Lions and ANDY award winning “It Must Be Love” aka “Best Friends (Cars/People)” for Honda and in music videos such as the Grammy nominated “Mr. Brightside” by The Killers. Her TV credits include the Multi-Emmy winning series “Mike & Molly”, Golden Globe winning “Californication”, Golden Globe nominated “Better Things”, Critics Choice nominated “Patriot”, critically-acclaimed neo-noir series “Perpetual Grace, Ltd.” and many more. Her film credits include the highest grossing musical-comedies of all time, “Pitch Perfect” where Hana Mae was nominated for the Scene Stealer award and won several awards including best comedy for her performance. Followed by its two sequels, Hana Mae went on to star in McG’s horror-comedy, “The Babysitter” and its sequel, “The Babysitter: Killer Queen”. Her magazines credits include: Vogue Korea, Wonderland, Schön and more. An Alumni of Otis College of Art and Design with a BFA in fashion design, Hana Mae worked with many design houses and as an image/style consultant before starting her own line Hanamahn (aka "just one" in Korean). Her Hanamahn designs are all one of a kind works that are worn by collectors, musicians, business creatives and actors. Currently, you can see Hana Mae in the horror-anthology film “Phobias” which is available now on AppleTV, On-Demand and digital everywhere. Coming up, Hana Mae plays the leading role of Chelsea in a Horror-Puppet/Animated feature by Evan Marlowe called “Abruptio”.   Upcoming projects: Horror Feature Film with life-sized puppets by Evan Marlow: ABRUPTIO (currently in post) check out their website (www.abruptio.com) for up to date news and bts photos. I posted a clip on my insta, (@hanamaelee) check it out. An amazing stop-motion animation TV series I'm very excited about that will be announced this week or next. And I'm writing/developing a trilogy of psychological thrillers at the moment. Stay tuned!     MARITTE GO  @martygo Maritte Go is a Filipino-American filmmaker who got her MFA at University of Southern California for Production in Film and Television.  She is a Project Involve Directing Fellow and won the Barbara Boyle Excellence in Filmmaking Award. She is an HBO Visionary award winner for her short film “Remittance.”  Maritte received the CAMERAderie Women in Media grant for her short film “Illipino,” which recently premiered at the LA Asian Pacific Film Fest and Holly Film Fest.   Her feature debut is called “Rise.” The dramatic thriller is inspired by the real-life conflict between the Nigerian people and the Boko Haram insurgency, the jihadist rebel organization responsible for kidnapping hundreds of girls and women and enslaving them in the sex trade.    Maritte wrote and directed a segment in the horror anthology called, “Phobias” produced by Radio Silence and Defiant. She also most recently wrapped post-production on a horror film called, “Black as Night.” It was produced by Amazon Studios and Blumhouse Television and will premiere in October 2021.   My most recent film called, "Black As Night" will premiere in October for Blum Fest. It was produced by Amazon and Blumhouse. It's about a young black girl whose mother was murdered by vampires and with the help of her friends, she seeks vengeance. Follow all the happenings in the Cellar at: Insta: @kkstcpodcast Twitter: @kkstcpodcast A Dread Podcast Network original podcast See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, are joined by David Lawson and Jeremy Gardner. Dave is a producer and co-founder of Rustic films which is responsible for such gems as SYNCHRONIC, AFTER MIDNIGHT, TRASH FIRE, and SPRING. Jeremy is an actor who has appeared in such films as AFTER MIDNIGHT in which he not only starred but also wrote and directed. These boys are also the latest victims of The Quiz Show Killer. Will Dave and Jeremy survive the cellar and escape with their lives? Or will Kim & Ket finally have some ghostly company? Perhaps the girls can finally get that ghost beer pong tournament going. David Lawson David’s love of film started at an early age while living in Baltimore, MD. Once he graduated high school, he enlisted in the US Air Force. He served for over 4 years as an Airborne Radio Operator aboard the AWACS E-3 Sentry deploying for both Operation Iraqi Freedom (Iraq) and Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan). There he not only met many people with the same affinity for cinema, but also took to heart their core values: integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all you do. He has since brought those values to Los Angeles, where since 2005 he has been working his way up the commercial and feature film ranks. After years of working as an independent producer, David joined Snowfort Pictures from 2015 until 2017. Then, along with long time collaborators Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, he formed RUSTIC FILMS. His features include SYNCHRONIC, THE ENDLESS, AFTER MIDNIGHT, TRASH FIRE, 68 KILL, 24X36: A MOVIE ABOUT MOVIE POSTERS, SPRING, and RESOLUTION. twitter: @davidlawsonjr Jeremy Gardner Jeremy Gardner has two cats and loves baseball.  @mrjeremygardner Follow all the happenings in the Cellar at: Insta: @kkstcpodcast Twitter: @kkstcpodcast A Dread Podcast Network original podcast See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, are joined by Molly Henery and Shannon McGrew. Molly is a Tomatometer-approved film critic and freelance writer and Shannon is Founder/Co-Owner of the horror entertainment site Nightmarish Conjuring. They are also the latest victims of The Quiz Show Killer. Will Molly and Shannon survive the cellar and escape with their lives? Or will Kim & Ket finally have some ghostly company? Perhaps Ket will have someone else to send funny cat memes to because Kim has HAD it. Shannon McGrew Founder/Co-Owner of the horror entertainment site Nightmarish Conjurings, a massive fan of Trick 'r Treat, and forever yelling about how Toni Collette deserves an Oscar for Hereditary. https://www.facebook.com/nightmarishconjurings https://www.instagram.com/nightmarishconjurings/ https://twitter.com/Nightmar1sh https://www.instagram.com/horrordesignchick/ https://twitter.com/shannon_mcgrew Molly Henery Molly Henery is a Tomatometer-approved film critic and freelance writer. She started writing film reviews for her own website, The Blogging Banshee, in 2015 and has since contributed to other horror outlets including We Are Horror and Fangoria. Most recently, she is known for her monthly Uterus Horror column, which can be found on Certified Forgotten. The Blogging Banshee Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebloggingbanshee/ Twitter: @BloggingBanshee Instagram: @blogging.banshee   Follow all the happenings in the Cellar at: Insta: @kkstcpodcast Twitter: @kkstcpodcast A Dread Podcast Network original podcast See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This week in the cellar, ghost hosts, Kim & Ket, are joined by Matty Zaradich and Andrew Huff. Matty and Andrew are hosts of the Dread Central Podcast, FriGay the 13th and the latest victims of The Quiz Show Killer. Will Matty and Andrew survive the cellar and escape with their lives? Or will Kim & Ket finally have some ghostly company? Perhaps they can finally break open that Cranium game collecting dust in the corner! FRIGAY THE 13th HORROR PODCAST explores horror–in real life and in the movies–from an LGBTQ perspective. We believe that horror isn’t just an escape–we believe it’s a mirror to the horrors we face in real life, everyday. Insta: @frigay13 Twitter: @frigay13 Andrew Huff is our resident horror nerd and hails from the great white North that is Northern Michigan. He now resides with his husband Michael and their fur baby Sonoma in Chicago where he works in marketing. He enjoys all things horror and some of his favorite movies are things like Poltergeist, Candyman, and The Descent, amongst many others. He also enjoys a good cheddar cheese, a run outside and spending time with his friends. Matty Zaradich is originally from Indiana, and has lived in Chicago for nearly two decades. Matty is an activist and LGBTQ advocate, working with various organizations to secure non-discrimination protections for LGBT people across the United States. Professionally, he consults and trains clients in social media management. Matty loves traveling, distance running, drinking good wine, and hanging out with his dearest friends and family. He has been known to read poetry in group settings at the drop of a hat–whether folks like it or not. His favorite horror film? Hands down, THE EXORCIST. Follow all the happenings in the Cellar at: Insta: @kkstcpodcast Twitter: @kkstcpodcast A Dread Podcast Network original podcast See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Kim & Ket (of the popular horror movie comedy podcast Kim & Ket Stay Alive… Maybe) host this fun horror trivia game to help victims - sorry, “contestants” - escape from a serial killer’s cellar.  New episodes every other Monday starting March 1! Dread Central Podcast Network See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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