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Necrocasticon


Necrocasticon, where we blend horror fiction with heavy metal. Each week we’ll find a common link between a horror property and heavy metal music and talk about it. Our esteemed panel of experts in the field of metal and all things that are scary includes our host and moderator; fledgling horror writer, veteran podcaster and internet journalist Token Tom Clark, musician Maxx Axe, horror fan Smoking Walt Hades and artist, musician and all around creepy guy, Azriel Mordecai. Not to mention, each week we’ll feature special guests from the worlds of hard rock music and the horror genre!

Jun 12, 2017

Welcome to Volume 3 Chapter 5 of the Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends horror and heavy metal properties with a common connection. Your host, writer and journalist Tom Clark, is joined, as always, by our panel of metal & horror experts: Musician Mr. Scott, metal connoisseur & horror enthusiast Walt Ball and Musician & artist Azriel Mordecai.

We're going behind the scenes and getting nosy this week as we tell you what documentaries on horror and metal you should be watching or should have watched already. From Quiet Riot to A Nightmare on Elmstreet, there are dozens of great behind the scenes documentaries on horror movies & metal acts. But it's the documentaries on real murders that are often the scariest, like Paradise Lost and even the JFK assassination film we've all seen.
Then, film critic and our brother from The Curtain Jerkers, Steve Mesa, joins us to review IT COMES AT NIGHT, Trey Edward Shults' film starring Joel Edgerton. Whats it about? We've got a spoilerific review coming from Steve.

But that's not all, oh no. Tom reviews what many are calling Tom Cruise's worst film ever, The Mummy. What did I think of it? Does Mike Duke owe him Irish Whiskey? Walt is cooking up the new Jorn, Life on the Death Road in the smoker, Az has something Oikilly Doikilly brewing in the mortuary and Holy Axe Handles, Batman, as Mr. Scott remembers Adam West for us.