Rue Morgue Podcast


on March 8, 2014 | 2 Comments

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Iron Mike Felsher from Red Shirt Pictures drops by Hell Kitchen to discuss his fantastic cinementary, Swallowed Souls, available on the 25th anniversary Blu-ray release of Evil Dead II: Dead By Dawn!



And speaking of Swallowed Souls, I couldn’t resist offering Mr. Felsher a little taste of my infamous ‘French Brie.’

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Tags: evil dead ii, mike felsher, red shirt pictures, Swallowed souls

Responses to Episode 151: SWALLOWED SOULS VOL. I

  1. Trey McGriff says:

    I really loved listening to this episode 151! The French Brie tasting was so hilarious and I’ll heed the warning to avoid that! As always you have a fantastic radio show and I enjoy it a lot. Keep up the great work and I also appreciate the advertising exposure for my film, Kuriosity Killz, which was included in 3 issues of Rue Morgue, that really ruled! Take care.

    -Trey McGriff

    • Feedback says:

      Glad you enjoyed it! And yes….be careful of that French Brie…it’s possessed by some sort of infernal evil (which makes it the perfect cheese for this episode!)

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