I’m Staci Layne Wilson, one of the hosts and movies-mavens here at theStream.tv, coming to you live every Tuesday at 7 p.m. My, my. What a salacious show we had for Inside Horror’s second episode! There was crazy-talk about everything from a severed head found under the Hollywood sign thru our chat room peeps, to our special guest Pollyanna “The Woman” McIntosh teaching Elric, Jenna and myself a new word: “Ginger-Dong.” Must be a Scottish thing. Anyway, you’ll find out the inventive ways in which she slipped that slang into the convo (as well as a few others – actually, this is a game she plays with her Facebook friends… they try to trip her up by giving her weird words she’s gotta use in her answers in interviews). It was certainly a lot of fun and games, but Pollyanna was also very succinct on telling us about how difficult it was the play such a raw, brutal and fearless yet vulnerable role in the Jack Ketchum story that made big waves of controversy when it played at Sundance last year. We also tackled the indie vampire genre with a new horror film called Midnight Son, which is set to debut on Fearnet this Saturday. The director of the film, Scott Leberecht, gave us the inside scoop on how he got his idea and vision to the big screen and spilled a trade secret or two: a great one for all you aspiring filmmakers out there. Oh! And we also have an exclusive field report interview with the preternaturally beautiful Kate Beckinsale on coming back to play Death Dealer Selene in the fourth installment in the Underworld vampire vs lycans – it’s “Awakening” and opens in theaters nationwide on January 20. We also gave the John Landis Monsters in the Movies book to one lucky fan, and have up for grabs a few copies of The Woman DVD (tweet us #insidehorror @theStream.tv, or like us on Facebook for your chance to win).
Executive Producers : Elric Kane, Staci Layne Wilson, Susan Wrenn
Directed By : Lorna Paul
Hosted By : Elric Kane, Staci Layne Wilson,
Chat Hosts: Rebekah McKendry, Jenna Busch
Camera & Lighting Crew: David Passey, Stephen Fox
Sound Engineer: Jonathan Deans
Key Makeup/Hair: Genevieve Lamb