Imaginarium 2019

The Count presents his coverage of Imaginarium 2019! From bumping into old friends like Daniel Dark and festival directors Holly Phillipe and Stephen Zimmer to meeting new friends like Jeffery Reddick (creator of Final Destination) authors Nathan Day and Nicole Cushing, and so much more! This was recorded hours before the Count’s “Southern Gothic Ghost Show”, which will have it’s encore at Center for the Arts on December 17th at 7pm. Ticket link is below.

https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?ticketing=cfta#title-popover

Patreon.com/Drahoon

http://www.seventhstarpress.com

https://nicolecushing.wordpress.com

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0714695/

The Monsters of Vanceingville, Part Two

After the events of Daryl’s birth, the Count returns to his castle to be reunited with Lunaticia. Thinking everything is behind him, the vampires are visited by a mysterious ghoul named Dr. Sardonick, the Count’s financier for the experiment. Sardonick demands that Drahoon perform a face transplant surgery in order to forgive his debt or be horribly mangled by Sardoncik’s arm of freaks! Count Drahoon must return to Vanceingville to reunite with Daryl and Bishkeik and find new specimens! Enjoy the conclusion of The Monsters of Vanceingville!

Cast:

Abigail…Elizabeth Clinton

Derek…Alex Maynard

Dr. Sardonick/Cool Ghoul…Charles Shrodes

Foley Artist…Drew Hinds

Sound Gal…Chris Williams

And Your Host…Count Drahoon

…and his Number One Son Daryl!

…and Bishkeik!

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Check out the live show sponsors:

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Interviewed By A Vampire # 30 : Lauryn Green and Laura Mae Stacey of JED

Count Drahoon’s talks with Laura Mae Stacey and Lauryn Green, the co-star and writer/director of the LGBTQ Horror Film, JED; a thriller in which a group of female friends are encountered by a pair of psychopathic brothers while on a camping expedition. The Count and company discuss the LGBTQ representation in horror films and cinema at large, the challenges of making a feature length film, and so much more!

Check out the trailer and social media links below to follow and support JED:

link to trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxOfm4CykOklink to official website: www.outlandishproductions.netFacebook link to JED page: https://www.facebook.com/JedTrilogy/Facebook link to Outlandish Productions page: https://www.facebook.com/theoutlandishproductions/

Click the link below to watch Crispy with Larua Mae:

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An Evening At The Blood Drive

The Count presents another highlight episode from the Black, White and Red All Over Community Blood Drive from June 26th at the Mayday Brewery in Murfreesboro, TN. What happens when a vampire is invited to a blood drive and can’t have any “samples”? Click the download button and find out!

Check out Trent Denson’s podcast Spread The Positive below:

Special thanks to Murfreesboro Pulse and Mayday Brewery!

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Interviewed By A Vampire # 28: Tonya Kay

Count Drahoon sits down with The Most Dangerous Woman in Hollywood, Tonya Kay; a versatile independent artist who’s resume is as big as her personality! In this episode, the Count chats with Tonya about her background, the upcoming release of her film D-railed on VOD, working with Glen Danzig on his feature length debut, her Pinup Pole Show, and so much more! Click the download button to hear these two kindred villains banter back and forth.

Here are some links to follow Tonya to keep up with her work:

http://tonykaya.com

http://imdb.me/tonyakay

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Photo creds: Screencapture from Bastard (FOX Horror)

Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” (R)

The Count presents a contemporary version of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic short story of revenge, murder, and wine! This time, instead of it being set in Carnival season in the 19th Century, Montresor (Brad Oxfam) is a dying mobster in present day, confessing to D.A. Stevens (Taylor Gentry) and his grandson (Michele Dannen Smith) what happened to infamous mobster Fortunato “Lucky” Lucresi (Neil Smith).

Cast:

Fortunato/Rick Hamilton…Neil Smith

Montresor….Brad Oxnam

A.H. Stevens/Callers…Taylor Gentry

Joey…Michele Dannen Smith

Sound Mixing by Aaron Trimble from Dark Room Audio

Written and Directed by Taylor Gentry, based on the Edgar Allan Poe Short Story

And Your Host…Count Drahoon

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Be sure to check out more projects by Brad Oxnam at http://www.voicesbybrad.com

Be sure to check out Neil and Michele if you need a DJ and Photo Booth at https://dandydj.com

Kill The Flame

The Count presents a tale about lust, aging, and jazz. Lenny is a retired auto worker looking to get back into playing music again; while going out to the bar scene to see which venues will take him, he meets a mysterious young woman named Lana. Lenny is fascinated by Lana, but he is unsure what he is getting into by associating with her. What starts out as a simple introduction devolves into a strange evening with a grim twist!

Cast:

Lana…Victoria Thompson

Lenny…Taylor Gentry

“Sorry buddy, nobody like jazz around here”…Craig Willis

And Your Host…Count Drahoon

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The Horror Host Brunch, Part Two

Here is the conclusion of the first Horror Host Brunch; the Count, Melucard and Bubba Lugosi continue their talk on horror films, horror hosts, and the proper way to wear a cape!

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Interviewed By A Vampire # 26: Maria Olsen

This week, the Count sits down with horror actress Maria Olsen! Maria Olsen came to America in January 2005 and hasn’t taken time to breath since she got here.  In thirteen short years she has performed in 25 stage plays (including one Off-Broadway), directed 3 plays, written and directed her own play, shot at least 100 feature films, 100 shorts, 15 web series, 15 music videos and recorded 5 voiceover gigs.  She has also won five awards (including awards for both acting and directing), had two short films appear at the 2009 Cannes Short Film Program, one at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, and became a member of the Screen Actors Guild in March 2009.  Best known for her appearances as Mrs. Dodds/The Fury in Fox’s Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief – where Chris Columbus directed and Pierce Brosnan and Uma Thurman starred – and as one of the Paranormal Activity 3 witches, Olsen’s features and shorts have also screened at other international festivals such as Sundance (Renegades), the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors (Justin Paul Ritter’s A Gothic Tale), Buffalo Dreams International Film Festival (Shawn Chou’s Reunion) – where she won Best Actress for her leading role as Mia; HorrorFest (Patrick Horvath’s Die-ner (Get It?) – where she won Best Supporting Actress for her role as Rose the Waitress – and the International HBO Latino Film Festival (Sam Benavides’ Mansfield Path).  Features Diverted Eden, Marrtown and All The Creatures Were Stirring are currently collecting awards on the festival circuit, while Starry Eyes, Southbound, Mark of the Witch, Lost Time, Vile, The Haunting of Whaley House, Dragonquest, Die-ner (Get It?), Agoraphobia, Alone Together, Folklore, The Conduit, Vile, Hansel vs Gretel, Trophy Heads, Gore Orphanage, DisOrientation, IJE: The Journey, The Bunnyman Massacre, Darkening Sky, Shellter, Something Sinister, Way Down In Chinatown, Faraway, The Covenant, Embers of the Sky, The Remains, Killjoy’s Psycho Circus, Axeman II Overkill, Unspeakable Horrors: A Plan 9 Conspiracy, The Levenger Tapes, Consumption, Fear Inc., Los Angeles Overnight, A Better Place, Wolf Mother and Humanity’s End are now all available on either DVD or VOD.   She has also recently completed shooting on several further features, including Meir Zarchi’s I Spit On Your Grave: Deja Vu, Robert Conways’s Krampus: Origins, Christopher Aldell’s Cockroaches, Matthew Dunehoo’s Wretch, Jim Towns’ State of Desolation, Charlie Comparetto’s Ghost in the Graveyard, Rich Rule’s No Knock List, and Luke Genton’s The Bone Box. Future projects include Craig Ouellette’s road-trip horror Straight On Till Morning, Dan Hernandez’s psychological thriller, Agony, Michael Yurinko’s demonic Imperatus, Jacob Stuart’s creepy thriller Martha’s Memory and Gerald Keith’s creature-horror aptly titled Creature.  Thanks must go to her amazing agents and managers for wanting to represent her and doing it so well. Currently, she is repped by Alicia Bravatti of Media Artists Group, Ileane Rusch of Committed Artists and, for personal appearances, Derek Maki of Coolwaters Productions.

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Here are the links to the Indiegog projects Maria mentioned:

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ed-and-the-living-dead#/

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/window-with-a-view-film#/

Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado”

The Count presents a contemporary version of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic short story of revenge, murder, and wine! This time, instead of it being set in Carnival season in the 19th Century, Montresor (Brad Oxfam) is a dying mobster in present day, confessing to D.A. Stevens (Taylor Gentry) and his grandson (Michele Dannen Smith) what happened to infamous mobster Fortunato “Lucky” Lucresi (Neil Smith).

Cast:

Fortunato/Rick Hamilton…Neil Smith

Montresor….Brad Oxnam

A.H. Stevens/Callers…Taylor Gentry

Joey…Michele Dannen Smith

Sound Mixing by Aaron Trimble from Dark Room Audio

Written and Directed by Taylor Gentry, based on the Edgar Allan Poe Short Story

And Your Host…Count Drahoon

Here is the new RSS Feed! Be sure to click and subscribe today. This will be our only feed come May 10th, so be sure to click or be left behind forever!

https://featureoffright.com/category/horror-comedy/feed/

Consider becoming a patron through our Patreon! Donate $10 a month now to get the video versions of our episodes!

https://www.patreon.com/Drahoon

Be sure to check out more projects by Brad Oxnam at http://www.voicesbybrad.com

Be sure to check out Neil and Michele if you need a DJ and Photo Booth at https://dandydj.com

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