In 1980 a film called “Friday The 13th” was releashed. Little did anyone involved know at the time that this movie was the start of what was to become one of the most successful horror franchises ever. The lone survivor of that film, Alice was played by Adrienne King. Adrienne was a guest at the recent Blood At The Beach Horror Convention in Virginia Beach a couple of weeks ago. I had spoke with her before about doing an interview for Monsters From The Basement and Friday night after the show closed down we found a couple of chairs and sit down and talked for a while. We talked about filming of the movie, her Crystal Lake Wine and what fans her fans can look forward to seeing her in next year. I hope you all enjoy our interview with Adrienne King!!
When the fall season starts to arrive it means several things to me. It mean the days and nights get cooler, Halloween and it is time for Scarefest. Scarefest is held in Lexington, Ky each fall. One of the main reasons I love attending this show so much is because one of my favorite actresses always attends, Tucky Williams. Tucky is from Kentucky and started out as a meteorologist at a local tv station. She then appeared in several locally produced independent films and last year started he web series Girl/Girl Scene. It has become a Scarefest tradition for us to interview her for this website. For two years stright Tuckys interviews have been some of the most listened to interviews I have done. In fact they have been second only to Elvira. This year I have a special treat for fans of Girl/Girl Scene. Not only do I have a new interview with Tucky, but I also have an interview with Katie Stewart, Lauren Virginia Albert and Abisha Uhl who is also the lead singer of the band Sick Of Sarah. I really hope you all enjoy these interviews as much as I did doing them!!!
Lynn Lowery’s very first film was the cult classic “I Drink Your Blood”. After that she went on to appear in many other movies including George Romero’s “The Crazies” and David Cronenberg”s “Shivers”. Lynn was in Nashville a couple of weeks ago as a guest at the Nashville Comic And Horror Convention and to attend a special screening of “I Drink Your Blood” at The Cult Fiction Underground Theater and she was nice enough to sit down with me for an interview. We talked about her memories of the early days with George and David as well as what she has going on today. She was a very sweet lady and I was very honored to talk with her. Enjoy my interview with Lynn Lowery.
Ashleigh Jo Sizemore is an artist and an actress. One role that she is really proud of is that of one of the walkers in the hit AMC show “The Walking Dead”. She has become known as the big eyed zombie, in fact she told me that her eyes is what got her the role in the first place. Ashely was kind enough to sit down with me at this past summers Days Of The Dead Convention and talked with me about acting, her art and many other things. Enjoy my interview with Ashleigh Jo Sizemore!!
Leslie Easterbrook stated acting in the early 80′s appearing in such tv ;shows as Laverne And Shirley, Love American Style and Trapper John MD. She also moved over to making movies and starred in all of the Police Academy films. She has been in several horror movies but her most memoriable role is that of Mother Firefly in Rob Zombie’s classic film The Devils Rejects. Leslie and I chatted for a while this past spring at the Full Moon Tattoo And Horror Convention. She was such a wonderful lady to talk to. I hope you enjoy my chat with Leslie Easterbrook!!
Tuesday Knight’s first acting gig was in the soap opera “General Hospital” and her first major movie role was in the fourth installment of the “Nightmare On Elm Street” series. In that movie a song she wrote “Running From This Nightmare” was featured as the theme song. She was a part of a David Bowie tribute band playing keyboards and singing back up vocals. She has also been in several tv shows and more movies. Her new cd has just came out and you can order it online. I was lucky enough to talk to Tuesday last week on the phone. She is a very sweet lady and I enjoyed the talk very much. I hope her fans enjoy this interview as much as I enjoyed it.
Tuesday Knight played Kristen Parker in Nightmare On Elm Street 4. She also sang the theme song to the film as well. That song “Nightmare” along with 17 others are included with her brand new CD “Faith”. Tuesday’s voice is rich and vibriant on each and every song included on the album. Here is a sample of whats included in the package.
Marc Ballard has been organizing comic and horror conventions all over the show for the past 14 years. This year the show returns to the Nashville Fair Grounds October 6 – 7. This years guest list is one of the best that he has had in a while. I caught up with Marc today to talk about his guest and all the other things going on at the show. With guest from The Walking Dead, Ghost Busters and Night Of The Living Dead you can’t miss. Listen to our interview with Marc and I am sure you will be in Nashville the weekend of October 6. See you there.
Michelle Shields is a model and an actress. She has appearred in several movies including “Sister Mary”, “Not Another B Movie”, “Mountian Mafia” and “Post Mortem America, 2021″ where she starred along side one of her idols Linnea Quigley. She is very excited about the soon to be releashed film “Frankenstein: Day Of The Beast”. She was a guest at the Days Of The Dead Horror Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana last month. She agreed to sit down with me for an interview for Monsters From The Basement. Join me as I talk with Michelle Shields.
Michelle is also the Babe From The Basement this month. Click the link below to go to her photo page!
John Dugan was working in a childrens theater when he got offered the role as Grandpa in “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”. He went from entertaining kids to knocking people in the head with sledge hammers in one move. John was a guest at last years Scarefest in Lexington Ky and was kind enough to talk with Monsters From The Basement for a little while. Listen to this awesome interview as we talk about his memories of filming this epic horror classic and much much more.