Sunday, March 3, 2013

GORELANDO: Local Horror Podcast 'News From The Crypt' Needs Your Help!

Posted By on Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 3:41 PM

Bloody Disgusting podcast News From The Crypt is up for an award! They love you, now love them back!

We LOVE our pals at Bloody Disgusting, and you should too! Now their podcast News From The Crypt is up for a freakin' RONDO AWARD and they need your help. Spread the word, and let's give these guys the recognition they deserve! Here's the press release:

News From The Crypt is a widely distributed horror themed radio show aired on the nets #1 horror web site,

But did you know it is done right here in your home town? Keenan McClelland (Horror Guy), Tim Anderson (Tex Massacre), David Harley and Lauren Taylor host this bordello of maniacal news, reviews, interviews and more! The show has featured such guests as Darren Lynn Bousman (SAW, REPO) to Katrina Bowden (Tucker and Dale, 30 Rock). But what makes NftC so great is that it spot lights local Orlando talent like J LaRose (SAW III, Insidious) and Laura Tyler (Face Off). They even host up coming horror films at local theaters before the public has a chance to see them. With events like Universal's Halloween Horror Nights and Spooky Empire's horror themed conventions here in town, the crew is contently on the move bringing you all the monstrous details right to your eardrums!

The voting has begun this year for the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards. An award show recognizing the best in monster research, creativity and film preservation in the year 2012.

News From the Crypt needs your help in voting for them as the #1 Horror Multimedia out there!

All you have to do is...

1. Send an e-mail to: TARACO@AOL.COM

2. Write RONDO AWARDS in the subject

3. Add your name and "News From the Crypt for BEST HORROR MULTIMEDIA"

4. Click SEND!

To see everyone nominated this year head over to . You can also listen to News From the Crypt anytime you want on iTunes or stream it on

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