"Blumhouse and FANGORIA present Shock Waves! Join your hosts Rob Galluzzo (Acquisitions & Development, Fangoria), Elric Kane (Inside Horror, Pure Cinema Podcast), Rebekah McKendry (Writer-Director, Professor) and Ryan Turek (VP of Development, Blumhouse) for a weekly discussion and analysis of all facets of the horror genre. Shock Waves dives into the latest horror films, dissects classic titles and welcomes very special guests from the industry to tackle a range of topics. Listeners get candid insight into how some of the best genre films are made. Shock Waves is here to quench your insatiable thirst for all things horror!"
"Ten months after the small California town of Midwich was struck by a mysterious event during which everyone in the village fell unconscious at once, 10 local women give birth on the same day. As the unsettlingly calm and unemotional children grow at an abnormally fast rate, it becomes clear that they can read adults' minds and force people to harm themselves. Local doctor Alan Chaffee (Christopher Reeve) and federal agent Susan Verner (Kirstie Alley) must team up to battle the alien children."
Being that we are mostly confined to our home, it was about time to sign up for the horror and thriller streaming service known as Shudder, by AMC. I've been wanting to sign up for quite some time for, "The Last Drive In with Joe Bob Briggs" alone. What really got me interested was finding out that they have a TV series based on the original Creepshow movies. We binge watched 3 episodes/6 stories tonight and each one of them were very well done and fun to watch.
If you're a fan of the Horror movie genre give Shudder a shot. They have a 7 day free trial if you sign up today. Here's a little tip. If you have Amazon Prime then sign up through them. You'll get a 30 day free trial and can browse the Shudder channel through your Amazon Prime app.
Microsoft has put up a COVID-9 Tracker that allows you to follow the outbreak as it is being reported.
There are simple things you can do to help keep yourself and others healthy.
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing; going to the bathroom; and before eating or preparing food.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Stay home when you are sick.
Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
Try to maintain 6 feet from people.
Symptoms include, Fever, Cough, and Shortness of breath