Saturday, November 13, 2010

Episode 16--The Necronomicon

"Inked in human blood, this was a book never meant for the living to read..."

This week, Johnny Zombie continues to recover from the plague. While recouperating, I did some light reading, which gave me nightmares something awful.

This week's episode is dedicated to Dillon's review of Theater Pub 9's Lovecraft Festival, and THE "most famous book that never was," The Necronomicon.

Also discussed is the recent passing of super producer Dino De Laurentiis (he will be greatly missed). 

Also, I call for donations for Leda Locke.

 Leda Locke, a good friend to both Dillon and I, needs your help. She is facing breast cancer, and the prognosis is good. She will most likely avoid the difficulties associated with radiation and chemotherapy, however, she will require a double mastectomy. Some of the essential precedures are covered by her husband's insurance--however, there is still a significant shortfall.

This is where you, the listeners, can help. The goal of this podcast is to raise at least 5,000 dollars to go toward's Leda's treatment fund. I know that times are tough, but if everybody who listens to this podcast were to donate what they can, they could easily make a difference. Even if you can't afford to give, pass this info on to someone who can. Breast cancer not only affects the women in our respective lives, but the friends, significant others, and families of those confronting the illness.

You can donate to Leda Locke's Treatment Fund via her Paypal:

As a special "thank you" to listeners of this cast, Dillon and I will record an audiobook of horror tales that will be available only to donors. It will be emailed to donors, and will be in the MP3 format, so you can listen to it anytime and anywhere.

As always, you can listen to this weeks unholy carnage on here, or at

This Week's Links:

Scarlett's interview in Fixe Magazine
Her blog is located here, and in Links of Doom...

Dino De Laurentiis receives the Irving Thalberg Award from Anthony Hopkins

Video courtesy of Leda Locke and Dillon

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  1. Wow, you really did deepen the pitch... Rest assured, listeners, I haven't started on the steriods or hormones or anything!


  2. Hey there, Johnny and Dillon!

    This is Kai Morrison, adapter and director of The Shunned House, performed for Theatre Pub 9's HP Lovecraft Fest. Thanks for coming to the Festival and for the review! It's great to hear that TPub is getting new audience members, and even better that folks such as yourselves are sharing their experience of the works. I'm a first-time listener to the show, and I'll be passing the link onward to other unsuspecting mortals.

    Best wishes and best of luck to you and Leda,
    Kai Morrison