Sunday, October 31, 2010

Episode 15--The Call of Cthulhu


Good evening, fellow cultists!

Tonight, Johnny Zombie does a special Halloween reading of Lovecraft's best known work, The Call of Cthulhu. Those who are not yet acquainted with the patron god of this podcast, may shake tentacles with the Elder God himself tonight.

An H.P. Lovecraft episode is forthcoming. This is just a taste of the eldritch goodness. Enjoy the madness.

Most importantly, this episode presents an opportunity to lend a helping hand.

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 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. The audio book is a compilation of classic horror tales.

Stories include...

Herbert West--Reanimator (The Lovecraft's own Frankenstein that inspired Gordon Stuart's cult classic film

The Black Cat (Edgar Allan Poe likes kitty!)

and many more...

Again, to get this audio book, you must donate to Via Paypal.

All proceeds go to Leda's cancer treatment fund. Please put in the subject line: "FLY PAPER CANCER FUND," so that we know who to thank. We'll send out the MP3s as soon as someone donates. 

I thank you for helping out as best you can. 

Till next week, enjoy THE CALL OF CTHULHU...because they don't get long distance in R'lyeh.

As always, you can listen to the eldritch madness here, or download us from

Brand Gamblin's brilliant spoof: CALLS FOR CTHULHU!

Talk to you next week!

Cthulhu F'tagan!

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Episode 14--The Wicker Man (1973)


Yes, as long promised, I take a trip to picturesque Summer Isle. I party with the locals, engage in a few orgies, and sample some meade in a graveyard.

This week's episode is dedicated to Robin Hardy's cult classic--THE WICKER MAN! Starring Sir Christopher Lee and Edward Woodward--The Wicker Man has a long and fascinating history. It has practically become a legend over the years, and has garnered a new legions of fans with each decade. 

Also discussed are my feelings on organized religion, and the clash of beliefs present in the film. 

The entire content of this episode is dedicated to THE WICKER MAN, with only a few deviations. There is a spoiler ALERT given out at the twenty-six minute mark to the thirty minute mark. 

I mention briefly I Sell The Dead and Cemetary Man--both of which will be discussed in a future episode. 

The Wicker Man beckons!

"Summer is a comin' in..." 

As always, you can listen to the pagan goodness here. Or, you can download/listen at (just click the link to download).
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The Fly Paper Dungeon, "The podcast you can listen to while cutting up dead things!"

NEXT WEEK: Houdini!

MungBeing Magazine interview with Robin Hardy:

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Episode 13--Samhain

This week, Johnny Zombie details the history of horror's most sacred day--Halloween! From the Celtic festival of Samhain, to the Psuedo-religious "All Hallows Eve," Mr. Zombie gives you the story--pumpkin guts, and all!

Also discussed: Anna Paquin's sexy turn as Little Red Riding Hood in "Trick R' Treat," SPOILER FREE!

I've recently been reading...Robert E. Howard's "The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane." The episode is forthcoming!

What I've been writing...The ultra-secret "novel-that-cannot-be-named!"

Plus, I send out a special request to you, the listeners of this podcast!

Strap yourselves in, THE DUNGEON IS IN SESSION!

Next Week: A long promised episode...THE WICKER MAN! Robin Hardy's 1973 original, starring Sir Christopher Lee!

A soon to be classic! Modern retro!

Aren't I nice? I shared a lovely photo of Anna/Mrs. Moyers.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Episode 12--It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!

Johnny Zombie flies solo--like Snoopy in his endless hunt for the Red Baron--as he reminisces about a childhood holiday classic--"It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!"

Johnny Z. also takes a trip down a different kind of memory lane, when he revists the Lance Henriksen classic "Pumpkinhead." Also discussed is "A Nightmare on Elm Street Part Two: Freddy's Revenge." Both films are discussed FREE of spoilers!

Mr. J. Zombie also pays tribute to a real-life fallen Sith Lord.

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The Dungeon is in session...strap yourself, or someone else, down!