Horror Brew Podcast
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The following websites/film festivals/podcasts play a big part in our horror hobby.

Looking to expand your horror community? Click the titles below to increase your creep factor!

 

Portland Horror Film Festival

Going into its second year, this festival is born out of the Lovecraft Film Festival - a Portland, Oregon staple! If you're in the Pacific Northwest, you do not want to miss out. 

"June 8-10, 2017 Portland Oregon's premiere festival of cinematic terror and dark fantasy. Tickets will be available through the Hollywood Theatre.

Shadow Over Portland

Chris works tirelessly to keep an ever-updating calendar of horror events that are occurring throughout Washington and Oregon. If you're looking for something to do this week that will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up, this is your one-stop shop.

Monster Men

Coming at you from New York's tri-state area, The Monster Men are your YouTube horror podcasters! Hosted by horror author Hunter Shea and Jack Campisi tune in for anything and everything concerning "horror, the paranormal, Sci-fi and other pop culture topics with a sense of humor and the macabre." 

H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival

"The H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival® & CthulhuCon™ promotes the works of H.P. Lovecraft, literary horror, and weird tales through cinematic adaptations by professional and amateur filmmakers, panel discussions, author readings, gaming, art, and sometimes live music. The festival was founded in Portland, OR in 1995 by Andrew Migliore, with the desire that H.P. Lovecraft would be rightly recognized as a master of gothic horror and his work more faithfully adapted to film and television.

Wyrd War

Between supporting the most metal of bands, releasing almost forgotten masterpieces on vinyl, DJ-ing at The Overlook Film Festival, and hosting Wyrd War presents at the Hollywood Theatre in Portland, OR - Wyrd War is something to keep your eye on!

"Record label and guerrilla action group, specializing in the advancement and celebration of strange and wonderful music, film and art. Keep it WYRD!"