|Dede Crimmins, Chris Hallock, and Max|
Max flies solo tonight, but he's got plenty of guests to keep him company. First up is author Scott T. Goudsward who will be at the upcoming Merrimack Valley Halloween Book Festival. He's got some great new thrillers out, including "Fountain of the Dead," a great zombie story set here in Boston!
The Massachusetts Independent Film Festival returns on Aug. 26, and organizers Dede Crimmins and Chris Hallock talk about the filmmakers, who they're most eager to see, and the endless work that goes into putting it together. There are some great films on deck, including the newest work by Italian shock maestro Luigi Cozzi.
It's a music/book combo to end the show with R. Patrick Gates as he shares his latest release, "Savage," the story of what happens when someone loses what makes their life special and strides the line between justice and vengeance. This one has a deeply personal connection, and Patrick also talks about "The Prison," a fictional story based on some chilling real-life occurrences.
BLACKOUT BOOTLEG: Guest co-host Gina House returns as Max heads north to New Hampshire for an interview with journalist and author Jennifer Vaughn for her book, "Throw Away Girls." When dead girls begin to pile up at seedy nightclubs that cater to whimsical, fetish-seeking strangers, reporter Jaycee Wilder suspects a serial killer is at work. But what happens when she begins tracking the clues?