Fangoria Welcomes Back the Casualty Friday Podcast with a Second Season
Kane Hodder, Tiffany Shepis, and Felissa Rose return with guest stars.
The first season of the hilarious and revealing Casualty Friday on the Fangoria Podcast Network was hosted by three of the best in the horror genre. Slasher icon Kane Hodder and scream queens Tiffany Shepis and Felissa Rose peeled back the layers, revealing how they first started in the business while dishing out their stories and recounts of their experiences, even touching upon how they felt being labelled as horror icons.
The eight hour-long episodes ranged from discussing tearful memories to sharing funny stories and advice. Each episode could be heard on various podcast platforms, then shortly after the video would be posted on Fangoria’s YouTube channel.
Earlier today, Fangoria shared the Season 2 teaser video showcasing the return of our hosts as they take over the new Beverly Cinema. The chemistry between Hodder, Shepis, and Rose is evident in how they bust each others’ chops while maintaining a mutual respect for one other.
This past October, while speaking with Hodder at Frightmare in the Falls, he mentioned to me that Season 2 was coming and would feature guest stars also from the horror genre. He named a few but we won't ruin the surprise out of respect for these three. You will need to tune in and find out who will join the trio each week.
Episode 1, titled The Minor League, features our first guest star, Danielle Harris (Halloween franchise). The topic for the premiere episode included what is off-limits in the genre, what it’s like being a child actor in horror, and much more. You can listen to this episode right here.
Be sure to tune in to your favorite podcast provider and keep an eye on Fangoria’s official YouTube channel beginning December 20th to watch more episodes as they release.
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