If it’s summer where you are, then this episode of Songs in the Key of X is for you. If it’s not summer in your area, then listen to this show anyway!
Jeffery X Martin lives in Knoxville, TN, with his wife, Hannah. He is the managing editor of pop culture website, Biff Bam Pop! and host of Songs in the Key of X, the tiniest radio show on the internet. A folk horror writer, Martin is the author of seven books, His latest, 'The Flock,' is available through Amazon. In his spare time, he enjoys watching professional wrestling, Italian horror movies, and espousing the glories of terrible music from the 1970s.
Five years in the making, the Fantasia Fest selection, ‘Sator,’ brings a quiet mental horror into stark realization in the California forest.
‘Satanic Panic,’ an official selection of Fantasia 2019, is one of the best horror-comedy films of the last twenty years.
Losers everywhere, gather round and feast your eager rolled-back eyes upon the latest trailer for Andy Muschietti’s ‘IT: Chapter Two.’
With television counter-programming against AEW, new creative hires, and surprising in-ring action, could a hard reset be coming for WWE?
1977 may have been the best year ever, and Jeffery X Martin celebrates some of the music from that year in this week’s Songs in the Key of X.
Arrow Video digs out a forgotten horror movie from the 80s and, once you get past the silliness, ‘The Chill Factor’ is pretty good.
Here’s a better look at what awaits us in the upcoming Rob Zombie flick, ‘3 From Hell.’
Fantasia Fest’s opening film, ‘Sadako,’ brings director Hideo Nakata back to the ‘Ringu’ franchise, but doesn’t provide much in the way of fright.
The trailer for Jen and Sylvia Soska’s ‘Rabid’ is soaked with blood and terrible sex, and what is CM Punk doing here? Check it out.
WWE’s pay per view, ‘Extreme Rules,’ happens this coming Sunday night! Check out our predictions for the show on this edition of ‘Around the Loop.’
When your name becomes the name of your band, then you’ve created a name band name! Songs in the Key of X has five songs from those bands with the names.