Thursday, January 27, 2011
The Tim-O and Harley Show - The New Voice In Horror!
These days, surfing the internet for a good dose of horror can be tricky, especially when looking for the right kind of audio podcast. And while informational horror websites still maintain a constant flow of traffic, the podcasting format has grown into a popular entertainment tool for those on the go as you can just simply download it to your iPod, MP3 player, or other portable device of your choice. For those of you who have been wondering where to look next, we believe your search has ended as this week, we feature one of our personal favorites, The Tim-O and Harley Show!
Hosted by InfernalDreams.net, each show is dedicated to movies, upcoming conventions, their "Ask Falo" segment, song of the week spotlight and special guest interviews. Every week, the guys dish it out as only they can with their reviews on those classic movies that you remember and maybe even some that you forgot. And for all you readers who have made us here at ChildrenoftheCornMovie.com a weekly stop, the name Ben Harley may sound familiar. Owner of the Screen Printing Factory in Toledo OH, Ben has created some of the best horror shirts around including characters from Friday the 13th Part 2, Halloween 4, Jaws, and two of our favorites - COTC's Malachai and Isaac which we have featured right here on our website! What can we say? We're kinda partial to those two Gatlin natives!
So, if you have a question or suggestion for an upcoming show, feel free to email Tim-O and Harley at firstname.lastname@example.org and don't forget - to make sure you always get your horror fix without missing the latest episode, be sure to subscribe to the Tim-O and Harley Show on iTunes and check them out at www.infernaldreams.net! Also, if you live or are going to be in the St. Louis area, be sure to catch Tim-O and his band The Adoring Heirs, performing live at an upcoming show. And last but not least, Tim-O and Harley will be a major presence at HorrorHound Weekend in Indianapolis this March and the St. Louis Contamination convention in June so stop by their booth and tell 'em ChildrenoftheCornMovie.com sent ya!