Wicked Horror Show Podcast Interview With Mike T Lyddon

Hosts of the WICKED HORROR SHOW podcast, Kevin and Tony, welcome filmmaker Mike T. Lyddon on the show to discuss his latest feature horror anthology film WITCH TALES, his last feature FIRST MAN ON MARS, and his forthcoming pre-code comics documentary HAUNTED THRILLS.
Witch Tales: On Halloween night, the enchanting girl next door wants to invite you in for a treat….or a TRICK. Witch Tales is a horror anthology movie featuring three gruesome tales of terror presented by a seductive witch while she concocts a very special brew during Halloween eve.  The English version trailer is presented in the show.
First Man in Mars: The countdown to terror has begun. Astronaut Eli Cologne became the first man on Mars, but something went horribly wrong. Infected by an alien organism, he returned to Earth a savage monster with an unquenchable thirst for human flesh.  The original trailer is presented in the show.
Remembering CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, and the surging popularity of COSMIC HORROR in both print and movies.  Fans of H.P. Lovecraft will find this of particular interest.
Lyddon is an award-winning writer, producer, director and special makeup effects artist known for the films Cut Up (1994), Zombie! vs. Mardi Gras (1999), Horror Anthology Movie Vol. 1 (2013) and Vol. 2 (2014) and First Man on Mars (2016). Short films include The Cordyceps Principle (2013), Thing in the Shed (2013), Footage Found Arabi (2013) and By the Hair of the Head (2014). He also filmed over 100 live indigenous and traditional music videos in South America for HowlingEarth.Com.
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WITCH TALES Horror Anthology Makes 2020 Top Five List

Dateline: UK
Ciao Handy Films has released its year-end video listing the Top Five Physical Media of 2020 and Mike Lyddon’s latest feature film WITCH TALES has made the cut.
The list highlights indie horror films released on Blu-ray and DVD that offer something more to the customer, and the WITCH TALES BLURAY – HORROR ANTHOLOGY MOVIE DVD does just that.
The special bundle from RPLLC includes the limited edition, signed and numbered WITCH TALES bluray that has both the English language and Spanish language versions of the film along with a “Gallery of Horrors” featuring BTS stills and a Trailers from Hell section with more RPLLC movie previews.
On top of that, you receive a limited edition signed HORROR ANTHOLOGY MOVIE Vol. 1 DVD that clocks in at nearly two hours long and features 6 original tales of science fiction and supernatural horror.
And if that wasn’t enough, you can play the WITCH TALES HORROR TRIVIA CONTEST and enter to win one of ten movie props screen-used in the film.
Right now until Jan. 2nd, 2021, you can get this exciting combo for 20% OFF the regular price and FREE SHIPPING in the U.S.
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It Came from the Darkness Horror Anthology Book Release

Dateline: UK
Red Cape Publishing and Philip Rogers’ new horror anthology book “It Came from the Darkness” is now available in both print and digital formats!
Featuring horror stories, poems, and art from nearly 100 writers and artists, the proceeds from It Came from the Darkness go to a fantastic charity called Max the Brave Fund that helps children suffering from cancer.
With contributions from Lou Yardley, Maya and Singh Lall, Tom Lee Rutter, Tony Mardon, Roma Gray, Debbie Rochon, and many others, It Came from the Darkness is bound to please most horror fiction fans with a taste for flash fiction, as all of the entries are 100 words in length.
Filmmaker Mike Lyddon has a story in the volume and he couldn’t wait to get his claws on a copy.
“At 131 pages, It Came from the Darkness is the kind of horror anthology book you can devour in one night, but doing so may send your mind plummeting into a chasm of terror so deep that you may never return!  Seriously, it’s a lot of frightful fun, and the number of excellent bite-sized tales of terror in this tome will give you hours of chills and thrills.”
“For me, the outstanding contributions came from Roma Gray, Bella Hamblin, Philip Rogers, Tim Lebbon, Ian F. White, Tony Sands, Debbie Rochon, and Tony Mardon, who not only has a good story but a really cool piece of art accompanying said tale.”

It Came from the Darkness is now available in paperback and digital.

Alien Resurrection Podcast discussing the Alien Movies

On a brand new episode of THE ROTATING CHAIR, filmmaker Mike Lyddon joins the gang to discuss ALIEN: RESURRECTION, the 4th film in the Alien movie series.
As you will see, it’s a film people either love or hate and the discussion gets very interesting and some great movie trivia is revealed, so please check out this new horror podcast and be sure to like and subscribe!

We Are Cult Magazine Goes Underground With Mike Lyddon

In the first of a new series, Tom Lee Rutter takes a look at no-budget filmmaker Mike T. Lyddon for We Are Cult magazine.
An interview is interspersed with commentary on Lyddon’s last two films, First Man on Mars and Witch Tales (2020) aka Cuentos de la Bruja.

A slice from First Man on Mars: “I ask if there were any other films in particular that influenced this one. He says First Man Into Space (1959) was certainly influential and that makes sense: The Incredible Melting Man is basically a remake of First man Into Space, which in itself is a re-telling of The Quatermass Xperiment (1955). The extra ingredient in Lyddon’s film is the humour for which he was influenced by the anarchic and comic films of Troma Entertainment.”

And further into Witch Tales: “Handling the Spanish/English scenes added a whole new dimension of terror to the production, not to mention that I had the bright idea of shooting the witch scenes on both digital and super 16mm film (only one scene survived). It was almost like I wanted to give myself a heart attack. Seriously, no other production has pushed me to the mental/physical limits like WITCH TALES, but I think the insanity is paying off…I have never received the amazing feedback and emails from customers on a film like I have for Witch Tales.”
Read the full article here.