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Horror/Comedy Podcast “MY NEIGHBOURS ARE DEAD” Is Coming LIVE to Toronto on January 24th

Wednesday, January 10, 2018 | Events

By: MADDI MCGILLVRAY

There are those names that any fan of the horror genre (and even those who have never seen a single horror film before) are familiar with. Think of the Freddies, Jasons, and Leatherfaces of the world. We know their weapons of choice, where they came from, their idiosyncrasies, and sometimes, we even root for them.

But have you ever thought about what happened to the small business owner trying to sell camping supplies in Burkittsville, Maryland after the events of The Blair Witch Project or Pete and Peggy Pathmark, neighbours to the Freelings in Poltergeist?

My Neighbours Are Dead is a weekly improvised podcast where host Adam Peacock catches up with the lesser known characters from your favourite horror films. Giving a voice to those who didn’t quite make it past the editing room – My Neighbours Are Dead is exactly the comedic palate cleanser we need heading into 2018. And this month, join Co-producers Adam Peacock and Nate DuFort on January 24th as they record an episode LIVE at the Bad Dog Theatre Company. 

Plus, don’t miss an opening presentation from Illusionoid, an improvised comedy podcast that will transport audiences back to the days of old-time radio shows.

My Neighbours Are Dead is available on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, or wherever else you get your audio fix.

My Neighbors Are Dead LIVE! Featuring: Illusionoid  
9:30pm – Wednesday Jan. 24th
$10 online or at the door

Tickets are available now. 

Maddi McGillvray
Maddi is the Editorial Assistant at Rue Morgue Magazine. She is also a PhD student in Cinema and Media Studies at York University, where she writes extensively on the horror genre. Maddi is completing her doctoral dissertation on women working in horror. She is also currently writing book chapters titled "Fleshy Female Corporealities: The Cannibal Films of the New French Extremity" as well as "To Grandmother’s House We Go: Documenting the Aging Female Body in Found Footage Horror Films."