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Come and listen to our 10 minute radio plays as there's a different story on each one. It's like Tales from the Crypt but in radio format.
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You can now watch us as well as listen to our talk show as we review movies, magazines and sometimes talk to other people involved with horror.
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Racks and Razors Radio Show .... A New One Each Month

Hello folks, Racks & Razors Radio Show is now live monthly at 8:30pm PST on a Sunday night in which Greg Russell Tiderington and Derek Young introduce the show along with the co-hosts Kelly Hughes and Brent Page, then a new movie review by the two of them. The show is affiliated with Sal Lizard's Uncensored Radio Programming.




On November 28th at 8:30pm tune in to listen to our last show. Yes folks, after the years on doing this show we are coming to a halt. Although the show has been resurrected a few times before it's highly unlikely to happen again so feel free to listen to all our archives. Here's what we have in store for you on our last show.

*Derek Young and Greg Russell Tiderington will be interviewing writer/director Ian Kessner on his grindhouse slasher film that pays a tribute to the old school horror flicks Lost After Dark which is riding the film festival circuit.
*A music break by Morgan Ames with "Warm Side of the Door" from the cult classic Silent Night Deadly Night.
*An advertisement on Sal Lizards "Being Santa Clause" Ad.
* The new movie review will be what's riding theatre's titled Ouija and why it's one of the best horror films for this year.
*A music break by Nim Vind with "Killing Saturday Night"
*Last but not least the latest edition on Horrorhound Magazine is a topic on horror comics as well as a list of comics that were out there plus how the comic books were inspired from the films or vice versa.
*We end the show off with Radioactive and their tune "Who Willl Save You" from the indie flick Psychotic State.

 

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