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The Horror of Nachos and Hamantaschen

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Join marginally popular dark fiction author J.R. Hamantaschen (“You Shall Never Know Security,” “With a Voice that is Often Still Confused But is Becoming Ever Louder and Clearer,” several unrequited love letters) and Derek Sotak (“Nachonomics,” “The Field Guide to Nachos,” “Nachos & You,” and a violent call to arms to be uncovered circa 2025) as they discuss the world of horror in (what is hopefully perceived to be) a light-hearted, frivolous and irreverent way. Those are all three words they’ve never previously been associated with, but here’s hoping! Expect horror fiction, horror movies, horror culture, and interviews / hang-out sessions with authors and creators in the field.

Customer Reviews

Weird fiction and humor!

JR and Nachos are killing it. This podcast is funny, informative, and delightfully macabre. Looking forward to more episodes!

Horror has a new name, and it's hilarious

These guys are hilarious, never thought a couple of writers could be so funny and insightful on all things horror.

It's good.

Though they spend much time discussing dark fiction and the overwhelming horror of the cosmos, they keep things loose and irreverently dissect the sacred cows of the genre. It's a great podcast to listen to while killing time between your last personal catastrophe and the one just around the corner.

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