Wizard World Chicago 2017: Shallow Graves Interview With “The Pumpkin Geek” Alex Wer

Trick Or Treat…

While at Wizard World Chicago 2017, renowned artist Alex Wer (a.k.a. The Pumpkin Geek) took the time to speak with Shallow Graves Magazine about his talents, business, and love for comics! Take a look at the interview below to see some of his amazing pieces! Continue reading

Wizard World Chicago 2017: Shallow Graves Interview With Larry Viezel

He’s A Regular Frankie Fan!!!

While interviewing the iconic Barry Bostwick at Wizard World Chicago 2017, Shallow Graves Magazine also met up with Rocky Horror Super Fan Larry Viezel to get an interesting and investing glimpse at some of the experiences he’s had with the cult classic film and the memorabilia he picked up along the way! Check out the video below to see and hear about these one of a kind props! Continue reading

Wizard World Chicago 2017: Shallow Graves Interview With Barry Bostwick

Oh Brad…

While at Wizard World Chicago 2017, the iconic and hilarious Barry Bostwick took the time to answer a few questions for Shallow Graves Magazine about his work on the legendary Rocky Horror Picture Show as Brad Majors! Check out the video below to hear what this legend of both film and TV has to say about his crazy ride through both time and space… Continue reading

Wizard World Chicago 2017: Shallow Graves Interview With Kevin Sorbo

A Man Of Myth And Legend…

While at Wizard World Chicago 2017, the legendary Kevin Sorbo took the time to answer a few questions for Shallow Graves Magazine about his works of the past, present, and the future. Plus, he loved the name! Take a look at the interview below to see what Mr. Sorbo has to say about his adventures so far… Continue reading

Check Out Tom Waits 1978 Bootleg…’Live From Austin (Romeo Is Bleeding)’

A Rare Look Into An Interesting Period…

Recorded December 5, 1978 in Austin, Texas…this interesting musical segment originally aired on Austin City Limits. The recording also supplies a very interesting look into Waits‘ transition into a more theatrical realm. Even without the visuals, it’s not hard to see how he commands both the stage and his audience. Continue reading

Lost 1972 Alice Cooper Concert Resurfaces!

The Gutter Cats Are Out To Play!!

Unlike his shows during the early 80’s (original article here), Cooper‘s live shows during the early 70’s have much more video evidence of how the group evolved and ventured down different theatrical elements. However, the School’s Out years (although widely photographed) don’t have as much coverage as their next album Billion Dollar Babies and previous record Killer. Continue reading

So I Rewatched FOX’s Rocky Horror…

Can You Guess How It Holds Up? I’ll Give You A Hint…Not Well!

So the article I wrote up last year after seeing the (as FOX put it) tribute focused a lot on the critiques that it received and how I found some of them unfair (original article here). Oh boy has my mind changed! Continue reading