I was interviewed from haunted hotel the Buxton Inn in Ohio by the fine folks over at The Film Coterie and got to read a spooooooooooooky story, to boot. You can listen to the podcast here. These guys were kind enough to do a little writeup on their website as well, which you can read here.
"Imagine a creepy character talking directly to you on your own phone and laying out a horrific tale and you'll start to get the idea. It felt personal that way. Sent a shiver down my spine..." Thanks, Film Coterie!
May 17, 2017Related: The Pumpkin Pie Show
“[There is] a new generation of theater artists reared on a diet of vampires, zombies and charming serial killers. Call this movement the Theater of Blood… At the forefront is Clay McLeod Chapman, whose “Pumpkin Pie Show” channels the spirit of H. P. Lovecraft.”
— The New York Times