Waxing Nostalgic: A Wes Craven Tribute Podcast

Many, if not most, of the Cinapse readers only know me as a permanent fixture in the Two Cents column who occasionally writes standalone pieces for the site when I have time. Besides also being a family man with a beautiful wife, two insane little boys, two old dogs, a love for the Philadelphia Eagles, a tastes for craft beer, and an obsession with music, I share my Internetting between this site and a few others, notably Rock on Philly and The Farsighted.

The latter of those two aforementioned sites is my own, the latest in a long line of music and art related websites that I’ve been running on and off since I was using Notepad to write code for sites on Geocities with my 386 via my dialup AOL connection. Along with the site, I have dabbled in the world of podcasting. I figured if Liam can do it, then it can’t be that hard.

This week, I shared an episode featuring numerous guests all waxing nostalgic about the King of Nightmares, who left us tragically almost 2 weeks ago. In addition to featuring the hosts of one of my favorite podcasts, Moe and Doug of No Budget Nightmares, as well as the great Ashlee Blackwell of Graveyard Shift Sisters and many other friends, it featured a few of the great writers of this very website.

Listen below to hear what Cinapse staffers Liam and Brendan had to say about Wes, along with Two Cents contributor Brendan Agnew, Liam’s Cinepunx cohost Josh Alvarez, and many other great guests.

You can also grab the episode on iTunes, Stitcher, The Farsighted, or download it directly.

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Justin Harlan mostly watches kids movies because he has two toddlers who hog the Roku remote. When they go to sleep he occasionally has time to watch films that he wants to. His taste is often questionable according to Liam, but he's still good people.