ORIGINAL OUTSIDE IN NOW OUT OF PRINT: OUTSIDE IN REGENERATES WILL CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF OUTSIDE IN

It’s official: After nearly 10 years, the original OUTSIDE IN volume–ATB Publishing’s inaugural publication–has gone out of print.

In November 2012, ATB released the first volume of the OUTSIDE IN series, featuring 160 writers sharing 160 new perspectives on all 160 classic Doctor Who stories. Since then, the series has continued to explore our favorite fictional worlds with an ever-growing, eclectic mix of diverse and inclusive voices offering their own unique takes on everything from Modern Doctor Who and Star Trek (Original and Next Generation) to the Buffy and X-Files universes. Future volumes will visit the space stations Babylon 5 and Deep Space Nine, as well as examine the twisted mysteries of Twin Peaks and the futuristic intrigue of Blake’s 7.

The legacy of the original OUTSIDE IN will also continue in the form of a celebratory volume first announced back in February 2020 and scheduled for OUTSIDE IN’s 10th anniversary in November 2022, going back to the very beginning with a collection that will bring the same distinctive approach to critical commentary on pop culture that has evolved in more recent volumes of the series, refreshing the original release with all-new essays and voices that will once again tackle all of classic Doctor Who.

OUTSIDE IN REGENERATES: 160 New New Perspectives on 160 Classic Doctor Who Stories by 160 Writers will be a celebration of both the television series and the book series inspired by it, with 160 completely different and even more varied essays on every adventure, each written by a different writer than the one that tackled that story in the original volume.

Thank you to all of our dedicated readers for making OUTSIDE IN such a success, and supporting ATB Publishing for nearly a full decade of books about your favorite fictional worlds!

Episode 14: Rippermania

Natalie and Arnold stalk the streets of Victorian-era Whitechapel and swingin’ ’70s San Francisco with a look at two films that present drastically different takes on the lethal legacy of Jack the Ripper. First up, none other than H.G. Wells himself pursues his erstwhile friend and knife-happy killer Dr. John Leslie Stevenson into the future in the time-traveling romantic adventure, TIME AFTER TIME (1979). Then it’s back to the 1800s to uncover a colossal conspiracy at the bloody heart of the Ripper’s murder spree in the 2001 cinematic adaptation of Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s graphic novel, FROM HELL. So make sure you have your key, don’t take any grapes from strangers, and listen to another heartwarming episode of GHOULS IN THE HOUSE!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 13: My Bloody Valentines

Natalie and Arnold revisit a horror from long time ago, and just in time to talk about it on Valentine’s Day! Get ready to head down the mine for two takes on the slasher legend of Harry Warden in the original 1981 MY BLOODY VALENTINE and its 2009 remake. There’s also a very special bonus this episode, as Scottish-Canadian tenor John McDermott – the voice behind the original film’s memorable end credits song, “The Ballad of Harry Warden” – joins Arnold for a chat about his work on the movie! So enjoy your leftover Valentine’s candy (make sure that is chocolate in the box), cuddle up with your sweetie, and listen to the latest heartwarming episode of GHOULS IN THE HOUSE!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 12: Hack the Planet

Natalie and Arnold are dialing up, logging in, and surfing the information superhighway to revisit two hacker films close to their hearts: HACKERS (1995) and WARGAMES (1983). Along the way, they explore how vital music is to shaping a cinematic experience, and reminisce about the dawn of the Digital Age. So gather up your old computer magazines, put the phone receiver in the modem cradle – and maybe wear something made out of neoprene – and listen to the latest phreaking episode of GHOULS IN THE HOUSE!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 11: A Few Things

Who goes there? Why, it’s Natalie, Arnold, and a trio (or duo, really) of creepy creatures confounding characters in the cold. First, an “intellectual carrot” that looks like a distant cousin of Frankenstein’s Monster terrorizes a North Pole research team in the landmark classic, THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD (1951). Then it’s a trip to the other side of the world, when an amorphous being looking for a warm place to hide at the South Pole picks Kurt Russell and friends in THE THING (1982). Finally, Natalie and Arnold subject themselves to a prequel also called THE THING (2011). After that, nobody trusts anybody now, and we’re all very tired, but you should grab some coffee, prepare your own meal out of a can, and listen to the latest chilled episode of GHOULS IN THE HOUSE!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 10: Happy Horrordays

It’s the holiday season, and Natalie and Arnold chose to watch two foreign-language Xmas-themed horror movies with creepy Santa Claus villains; to be fair, however, Santa Claus is always creepy. First up, a resourceful boy must defend his home and family from an attack by a demented Kris Kringle in DEADLY GAMES (1989). Next, a resourceful boy must defend his home and family from an attack by…um…well, anyway, it’s RARE EXPORTS (2010). There’s even some brief discussion of the beloved Rankin/Bass TV holiday specials, so settle in with some eggnog or whatever, keep the fireplace roaring in case of red-coated intruders, and listen to the latest festive episode of GHOULS IN THE HOUSE!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 9: Virgin Territory

Natalie and Arnold enter virgin territory with a look at two films that explore that oh-so-sensitive time in the life of a young person, when they face the passage into adulthood while fending off the attacks of a deranged serial killer or the advances of a centuries-old vampire Countess. OK, maybe not everybody goes through quite that dramatic an experience, but Jody (Brittany Murphy) in CHERRY FALLS (2000) and Mark (Jim Carrey) in ONCE BITTEN (1985) sure do! So keep your toes safe and mind your buttons as you listen to the latest GHOULS IN THE HOUSE!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 8: 1970s Dystopias

Some say the world will end in fire (like the heat of a 2022 New York soylent line in 1973’s SOYLENT GREEN), some say in ice (like the cold chambers of frozen Runners maintained by the mad robot Box in 1976’s LOGAN’S RUN). Either way, things are looking bad for the Earth and the human race, at least as far as these two ’70s dystopic cinema classics are concerned. Natalie and Arnold take a look at a pair of the most memorable explorations of our possible future, one set only two years from now (!), the other centuries away. So check your lifeclock, have a strawberry or two, and listen to the latest GHOULS IN THE HOUSE! Note: This is epic length!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 7: Jamie Lee Curtis Double Feature

1980 was a busy year for Jamie Lee Curtis, with three movies in a row (all shot the previous year) cementing her status as a “Scream Queen” after her iconic turn in HALLOWEEN (1978). Having covered that film in an archive episode of our previous podcast, DOCTOR OF THE DEAD, and one of the 1980s films – THE FOG – in episode 3 of this show, Natalie and Arnold now turn their attention to the other two 1980 slashfests starring Curtis: PROM NIGHT and TERROR TRAIN! As a bonus, they also chat about the 2008 remake of PROM NIGHT, so get ready for the big night by practicing your disco moves, brushing up on your close-up magic, and rehearsing that thing you do!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 6: Halloween 2020 Triple Feature

“Happy, happy Halloween…” If you remember anything at all about HALLOWEEN III (and as it’s a favorite around here, you certainly should), you know that Conal Cochran’s evil plan involved three distinctive masks – a pumpkin, a witch, and a skull. Natalie decided that would be the method for choosing three films to chat about with Arnold for this Halloween special edition of GHOULS IN THE HOUSE. Up first, a pumpkin demon embodies the spirit of the season in the 2007 anthology, TRICK ‘R TREAT! Next, it’s not just one witch but four in the 1996 cult classic about true female empowerment, THE CRAFT! Finally, a loud-mouthed skull and his entire bony body are causing trouble in the ode to ’50s schlock sci-fi, THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA (2001)! So keep your jack-o’-lanterns lit, enter the circle with perfect love and perfect trust, and above all, don’t get horribly mutilated!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 5: Ringu (1998)

Natalie and Arnold brave the wrath of Sadako and Samara with the original RING (RINGU, 1998) and its American remake, THE RING (2002)! It’s a look at the phenomenon that sparked a surge in J-horror…and maybe also put the final nail in the coffin for video tapes. Turn off your TV, take the phone off the hook (does anyone still have one with a “hook?”), and keep an eye out for soggy-haired vengeful spirits!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 4: Skeleton Key (2005)

Natalie and Arnold head down to the Bayou for a Southern Gothic horror double feature! First up, Kate Hudson learns that no good deed goes unpunished when she confronts the power of Hoodoo (who do? Kate do!) in SKELETON KEY (2005). Next, it’s back to the ’80s for a “video nasty” by the Godfather of Gore himself (or one of them, anyway), Lucio Fulci – THE BEYOND (1981)! Sprinkle some brick dust, draw a chalk circle, avoid locked rooms with old books and mystical artifacts, and light some more candles!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 3: The Fog (1980)

Natalie and Arnold visit scenic Antonio Bay to help celebrate its 100th anniversary! There’s just one problem – the town was built on a horrible lie, and a vengeful gang of seafaring zombie ghosts are returning for revenge, hidden in THE FOG (1980)! It’s time to talk about another one of our favorite “comfort food” movies and one of John Carpenter’s finest film ensembles, as well as this modern classic’s unfortunate remake, THE FOG (2005), and a somewhat similarly-themed B-movie Voodoo romp, ZOMBIES OF MORA TAU (1957). There’s seaweed and salt water everywhere, and a chill in the air, so bundle up in your favorite plaid shirt, stay out of the fog, and keep your candles lit!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 2: Them! (1954)

Ants and locusts (well, grasshoppers) attack! In this episode, Natalie and Arnold take a look at two giant bug movies of the 1950s, THEM! (1954) – one of Arnold’s favorite films of all time in any genre – and BEGINNING OF THE END (1957), which they discovered via MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000. Featuring the brothers Aurness (James Arness, Peter Graves), the two movies share some other notable connections, so keep a can of spray handy as Natalie and Arnold take a deep dive into a New Mexico ant colony and chase those grasshoppers – sorry, locusts – all the way to Lake Michigan!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

Episode 1: House on Haunted Hill (1959)

The more things change… Natalie (The “Accidental Hellraiser Scholar”) and Arnold (The “Doctor of the Dead”) begin a new era in podcasting with an inaugural episode devoted to one of their all-time favorite horror movies, the seminal suspense classic from William Castle, 1959’s HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL! Join Vincent Price, Carol Ohmart, and the guests at the historic Ennis House for an evening of food, drink, ghosts, and a plucky skeleton named “Emergo!” And when that night is over, stick around for the regrettable follow-ups, the 1999 remake of HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, and the truly frightening (in a bad way) 2007 sequel, RETURN TO HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL!

And remember, when you’re listening to this podcast, the only ghoul in the house…is YOU!

Show Music: “Cemetery Dance” by The Vivisectors.

Leave a comment and let us know what you think, or write to us at media@atbpublishing.com. On Twitter, find Natalie at @nblitofsky and Arnold at @DoctoroftheDead.

OUTSIDE IN MAKES IT SO SUPPLEMENTAL: 11 Unique Perspectives on 11 STAR TREK PICARD Stories by 11 Writers

FREE PDF, RIGHT-CLICK ON COVER OR THIS LINK TO DOWNLOAD

Put ten Star Trek: Picard fans in a room and you’ll wind up with eleven opinions (appropriately enough this time around), 47 heated debates about the nature of synthetic life and somebody cosplaying Rios in a transporter accident with a space orchid. That’s because Star Trek fans are gloriously weird, uniquely different and sometimes entirely outlandish. And so is this book.

Celebrating the return of Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: Picard, OUTSIDE IN MAKES IT SO SUPPLEMENTAL is a special free PDF-only collection of 11 reviews, one for every story of the show’s first season. Well, we say “reviews”, but we mean that loosely: within these pages, you’ll find political addresses, lectures, obituaries, fantasies, reality TV shows and even a Borg bake-off, not to mention insightful and thoughtful articles examining Star Trek: Picard from just about every angle imaginable…and then some!

Provocative, engrossing, hilarious and utterly gonzo. This is OUTSIDE IN.

Featuring contributions from:
Rich Handley
Liu Yin
Jessica C. Clark
Anthony Wilson
Andy Hicks
Lars Pearson
Drew Meyer
Arnold T. Blumberg
Rebecca Iverson
Ashley Heaton Kuczenski
Eric Pelot
Jason A. Miller

ENGAGE!

And if you enjoy this free release, why not catch up with OUTSIDE IN MAKES IT SO: 174 New Perspectives on 174 STAR TREK TNG Stories by 174 Writers, covering the entire run of Star Trek: The Next Generation and the TNG feature films, as well as the many other volumes of the OUTSIDE IN series, all available now!

DOCTOR OF THE DEAD Episode 117: Beyond Re-Animator and Little Monsters

Natalie and Arnold wrap up a trilogy of transgressive terrors with the final (for now) installment in the Herbert West saga, BEYOND RE-ANIMATOR! Reunite once again with West (Jeffrey Combs), meet his new over-eager assistant, and wonder aloud how many of the remaining Spanish cast were on break from making adult films. Also in this episode: Academy Award-winner Lupita Nyong’o battles her way through a zombie horde to save a group of Australian children on a school trip gone horrible awry in LITTLE MONSTERS! It’s time yet again for reagent and raging zombies on the LAST episode of the DOCTOR OF THE DEAD podcast!

WHAT? You read that right! It’s the end, but the moment has been prepared for; before the movie chat, your favorite ghouls in the house tell you all about the podcast that will take DOTD’s place, so be sure to follow all the ATB Publishing social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to keep up with the latest on when GHOULS IN THE HOUSE will debut!

Show Music: “Rage” (feat. Vosmoy) by Still Pluto.

Write to the Doctor at doctorofthedead@yahoo.com! On Twitter, find the Doctor at @DoctoroftheDead and Natalie at @nblitofsky!

DOCTOR OF THE DEAD Episode 116: Bride of Re-Animator

Natalie and Arnold head down to the embalming room for the second film in the Herbert West trilogy, BRIDE OF RE-ANIMATOR! Reunite with West (Jeffrey Combs) and Dan Cain (Bruce Abbott), and meet a bunch of dumb new characters that make all the wrong choices in life and death. It’s time once again for reagent, raging zombies, and an irrelevant head on the latest episode of the DOCTOR OF THE DEAD podcast!

Show Music: “Rage” (feat. Vosmoy) by Still Pluto.

Write to the Doctor at doctorofthedead@yahoo.com! On Twitter, find the Doctor at @DoctoroftheDead and Natalie at @nblitofsky!

DOCTOR OF THE DEAD Episode 115: Re-Animator

Natalie and Arnold launch into another horror series retrospective just in time for the best month of the year! In this episode, they kick off a three-part look at the RE-ANIMATOR films with the legendary original from 1985. Find out why Arnold believes Herbert West (Jeffrey Combs) is like Michael Corleone, why Natalie sees Dan Cain (Bruce Abbott) as the perfect foil for West, and what they both think about that scene with Meg (Barbara Crampton) and Dr. Hill (David Gale). It’s time for reagent, raging zombies, and randy heads on the latest episode of the DOCTOR OF THE DEAD podcast!

Show Music: “Rage” (feat. Vosmoy) by Still Pluto.

Write to the Doctor at doctorofthedead@yahoo.com! On Twitter, find the Doctor at @DoctoroftheDead and Natalie at @nblitofsky!

FREE SAMPLER: OUTSIDE IN GAINS A SOUL

With OUTSIDE IN GAINS A SOUL, the eclectic series of essay collections on your favorite genre TV shows revisits the Whedon/Buffyverse first explored in last year’s OUTSIDE IN TAKES A STAB. Featuring 127 writers covering every episode of ANGEL, with the entire run of FIREFLY and a few other extras tossed in as a bonus, GAINS A SOUL is one of our most diverse and dynamic volumes yet!

To give prospective readers a glimpse of what awaits them, we’ve prepared this free PDF sampler showcasing five of the 127 selections in the book. We hope you enjoy them and then grab a complete copy of OUTSIDE IN GAINS A SOUL to read the rest!

DOCTOR OF THE DEAD Episode 114: A Series Retrospective, Part 4: Scream 4

It took six months – life and work got in the way – but Natalie and Arnold are back to finally wrap up their retrospective of one of the most successful slasher film franchises of all time with their look at SCREAM 4, the 2011 return that also sadly became Wes Craven’s final directorial effort. What was great about the fourth and possibly final installment in the series? What wasn’t so great? And what could have been, if only they had been brave and clever enough to come up with Natalie’s alternate ending, presented here for your entertainment and edification?

What’s your favorite scary podcast? It better be the DOCTOR OF THE DEAD!

Show Music: “Rage” (feat. Vosmoy) by Still Pluto.

Write to the Doctor at doctorofthedead@yahoo.com! On Twitter, find the Doctor at @DoctoroftheDead and Natalie at @nblitofsky!

MASTER OF HORROR: THE OFFICIAL BIOGRAPHY OF MICK GARRIS Coming Soon

We announced this earlier on social media, but we’re very proud to share the news that ATB Publishing will be releasing MASTER OF HORROR: THE OFFICIAL BIOGRAPHY OF MICK GARRIS. Written by Abbie Bernstein (author of The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road, journalist and filmmaker), the book will feature interviews with Mick’s colleagues from in front of and behind the camera, plus rare and previously unpublished photographs. Some notes on Mick from the author:

Film/television creator/producer/director/novelist Mick Garris epitomizes the phrase Master of Horror. Garris not only initiated the famous Masters of Horror dinner parties with guests including Clive Barker, Guillermo del Toro, the late Tobe Hooper, and more, he made Masters of Horror as a two-season anthology series for Showtime. Garris is perhaps the premiere director of Stephen King for the screen. In addition to directing/producing and often co-writing the miniseries adaptations of King’s The Stand, The Shining, and Desperation, Garris also directed King’s first original screenplay, Sleepwalkers. He has also adapted works by Clive Barker and other noted genre writers. Garris created and executive produced the upcoming horror anthology feature, Nightmare Cinema, as well as directing one of its segments. Garris is also one of the executive producers of the Angelina Jolie-directed feature Unbroken, which depicted the World War II saga of Olympic runner Louis Zamperini, Garris’ father-in-law. In this book, Garris will take us behind the scenes on many of his best-loved projects via detailed interviews with him and selected co-workers. He will also discuss his early years as a publicist, when his duties included operating R2-D2 at the Oscars for the first Star Wars.

More details will be forthcoming.

Support ReGen Artists and Vendors

As many of you may already know, this year’s ReGeneration Who convention was canceled less than a week before the scheduled event. A lot of the artists and vendors are left with empty pockets and full inventories, so we’re banding together to try to help each other signal boost.

Some of the artists and vendors have existing online shops, others do not. So, we worked with Katie from Nerdfelt Tea to create a Facebook group to centralize all the information in order to assist those who can only sell by emailing an invoice to an interested customer.

You can find the Regenerating Artists Alley and Vendor Group on Facebook. If you’re a Facebook user, the best way to support all the artists and vendors is to join this group and share it with your friends. The more, the merrier!

We’ve been asked by some who want to spread the word to compile a list of shop links. Here are links to all the artists and vendors participating in this virtual table sale. For those who do not have an online shop, the link will take you to their album in the Facebook group.

As You Wish Accessories – https://squareup.com/store/rebecca-karas-as-you-wish-accessories/

ATB Publishing – https://www.atbpublishing.com

Beef Jerky Guy – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.823824384649564&type=3

Bleed Geeks – https://www.etsy.com/shop/bleedgeeks/

Charlotte Mann – https://www.etsy.com/shop/CharlotteMannArt

Corgasaur – https://www.etsy.com/shop/Corgasaur

Craftigurumi – https://www.etsy.com/shop/Craftigurumi

Eattoast Studio by Kelsey Wailes – https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/eattoast

Em2a Studios – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.823133371385332&type=3

Felix Eddy – The Clockwork Sphinx – https://www.etsy.com/shop/theclockworksphinx

Geek Girls’ Castle – https://www.etsy.com/shop/GeekGirlsCastle

JessieSeamsSewGeeky – https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/JessieSeamsSewGeeky

MayFaire Moon Corsets & Costumes – http://mayfairemoon.com/

Nerdfelt – https://www.nerdfelt.net/

Nerdy Keppie – https://nerdykeppie.com/

No Strings Attached Custom Puppets – https://twitter.com/kathodavid

Noble Intentions Ceramics – https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/NobleIntentionsPots

Not Your Grandmom’s Bags – https://www.etsy.com/shop/NotYourGrandmomsBags

Paramedic Zombies/Tardis Worx – https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.822939504738052&type=3

Peter Vinton Jr – Art and Illustration – http://www.petervintonjr.com/

Pixel Who – https://www.etsy.com/shop/PixelWho?coupon=FYREFESTWHO

Quiltoni – https://quiltoni.com/

Ripping It Down – https://www.etsy.com/shop/RippingItDown

Science Fiction Continuum – http://www.sfcontinuum.com/

Simon Fraser – http://simonfraser.net/

Skull N Bones – https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/SkullNBonesJP

SkyFire Fox Arts – http://skyfirefox.net/

Sun Dame – https://www.etsy.com/shop/Sundame

Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey – https://www.wibblywobblytimeywimey.com/

DOCTOR OF THE DEAD Episode 113: A Series Retrospective, Part 3: Scream 3

Natalie and Arnold upgrade their mic and present an epic conversation about SCREAM 3, the 2000 installment in the series that – for a time – served as the concluding chapter in the SCREAM trilogy…until they made a fourth one. What was great about this third film? What wasn’t so great? Who could have died from the “Big Three?” And will Natalie ever truly get over Randy’s death in SCREAM 2? (The answer to that last one is “NEVER.”)

What’s your favorite scary podcast? It better be the DOCTOR OF THE DEAD!

Show Music: “Rage” (feat. Vosmoy) by Still Pluto.

Write to the Doctor at doctorofthedead@yahoo.com! On Twitter, find the Doctor at @DoctoroftheDead and Natalie at @nblitofsky!

From OUTSIDE IN: Jennifer Adams Kelley on “Logopolis”

Doctor Who fandom lost a titan on February 26, 2019, when RED WHITE AND WHO co-author and OUTSIDE IN contributor Jennifer Adams Kelley passed away after a short battle with cancer. We were asked by OUTSIDE IN Range Editor Robert Smith? to share Jennifer’s piece on the classic Doctor Who story, “Logopolis,” from the first OUTSIDE IN volume. “It’s a brilliant take and would be nice for people to read,” Smith? said, and we agree.

Click on the image below for a three-page PDF of Jennifer’s essay.