Posts Tagged ‘George A. Romero’
I LOVE THE NIGHTLIFE – Sounds & Stories from 1970s VAMPIRE CINEMA on THE FREAK POWER TICKET (Monday, October 27)
On Monday’s blood-thirsty edition of “The Freak Power Ticket” (October 27th), producer/host Ted Coe will explore the history of ‘70s Vampires in Popular Culture, the second part of a series of broadcasts. A screenshot from the trailer for Dracula (1958), an Hammer Horror production (Public domain: from the Internet Archive). This [...]
THE FREAK POWER TICKET Podcast – PEACE, LOVE, AND CANNIBALS: Hippie Horror Films of the Sixties and Seventies with GREG BURRIS Now Online!
On the Monday, July 28th edition of “The Freak Power Ticket,” producer/host Ted Coe interviewed Greg Burris, a doctoral candidate in UCSB’s Department of Film and Media Studies. Their focus, a University course Burris is teaching this summer, “Peace, Love, and Cannibals: Hippie Horror Films of the Sixties and Seventies.” An edited [...]
Back in mid-February, Ted Coe, host of “The Freak Power Ticket” (during Spring, Mondays from 9-10am), conducted an interview with legendary horror-film creator George A. Romero, discussing the 40 years of zombie cinema that he pioneered. This year, Romero’s feature, “Diary of the Dead” (his fifth “Living Dead” work), received a [...]