This Week in Horror: Season 1, Episode 11

Edgar Allan Poe (14 Mar. 2011)

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Once upon a Midnight Dreary, while I pondered weak and weary, over many a dull and forgetful podcast..there was no tapping at the door just the sound of the eleventh episode of This Week in... See full summary »

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Once upon a Midnight Dreary, while I pondered weak and weary, over many a dull and forgetful podcast..there was no tapping at the door just the sound of the eleventh episode of This Week in Horror celebrating the works of 'Americas Shakespeare' Edgar Allan Poe. Joining our hosts Matt Raub and Staci Layne Wilson in their Gothic exploration of the man behind The Raven are two people who know the work of Poe intimately. Actor Jeffrey Combs of 'Re-Animator' fame has literally had to get under Poe's skin to play him in the one man show 'Nevermore' which played to sold out audiences over a year ago. The good news is it's back and Jeffrey will be playing Poe once a month for the entire year at the Steve Allen theater in Los Angeles. Jeffrey discusses the complexities of Poe both as an artist and as a man and the challenges of playing the popular historical figure. Our second guest is largely responsible for bringing Poe into the popular culture with his colorful and atmospheric film ... Written by Elric Kane

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