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Hey Mitch! Episode 114: Yuma Arts Center ‘Heroes United’ Featuring Vince Alvendia & Thomas Fernandez

Mitch along with Chris from Imagine If… & Pitch This sit down with Yuma Art Center director Vincent Higgins to have a discussion about the newest exhibit, ‘Heroes United’, and two of the featured artists; Vince Alvendia and Thomas Fernandez. Website: yumaaz.gov/parks-and-recreation/venues/art-center.html eggdropramen.studio geek-network.com Twitter: @YumaArtCenter @EggDropRamen @Tom40040461 Instagram: @yumaartcenter @eggdropramen @bdsthefresh

Hey Mitch! Episode 113: Chris Soriano ‘Dynasty Boys’

Mitch sits down with the writer, director, and star of the indie film ‘Dynasty Boys’, Chris Soriano, to talk about his reasons for making this movie as a first time film maker and his process to get it done. Website: DynastyBoys.com Twitter: @DynastyBoysFilm Facebook: Facebook.com/DynastyBoys/

Hey Mitch! Episode 113: The 2020 Convention Season

Mitch sits down with members of Geek Elite Media and friends to the network to talk about 2020 convention season we did not get due to the COVID-19 pandemic, share fun memories of past conventions, and hear what people think has to change going forward to combat spread disease in the future.

Hey Mitch! Episode 112: Terry Mayo Returns With Behind The Booth

Mitch sits down with comic creator Terry Mayo to talk about his comic ‘Wicked Righteous’, his other writing, and his newest endeavor on YouTube: his convention alternative ‘Behind The Booth’. Twitter: @MayoTL @BTBwithTMayo Youtube: Behind The Booth Facebook: Behind The Booth
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30 Days Of Night (2007) is vampire horror done right. The atmospheric sense of dread is palpable, and it really feels hopeless for the town’s residents as a horde of violent vampires rush in to feed. If you like gore, then this one is for you.

Sinister (2012) is one of those movies that just crawls under your skin. Filled with gruesome imagery & excellent sound design, the scares are brutal. The concept and design of Bughuul were a highlight for me, and that ending is hard to shake out of your mind.

The Visit (2015) is so strange & unsettling. I loved the documentary style set-up and the two teen actors were great onscreen. Watching events unfold was uncomfortable in the best ways, and when the twist hit, I audibly gasped! Theres something simple to it all, but still unique

We’re celebrating Halloween by having @tastelesspod back to throw 20 Q’s at Scream. What we wanna know from you is:

What’s the best horror film from the 90s?

Vote below, or sound off in the comments to let us know one of the many we’ve missed. Thx!

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