Gentlemen's Grindhouse Records About

Welcome to Gentlemen’s Grindhouse Records. Founded in 2014 by Tom Elliot (Scream Magazine, The Twilight Zone Podcast) and artist and web designer Darkinc1, to house a podcasting network specialising in cult and horror programming and also their shared passion for The Twilight Zone and old time radio.

Gentlemen’s Grindhouse Records has fast became a popular internet entertainment hub which plans to expand to other products and media in 2015 and beyond.

 

Contributors:

Tom Elliot – A lifelong horror fan, Tom Elliot began podcasting in 2009 with his fledgling show The Gentlemen’s Grindhouse. Since then Tom has became a writer for Scream: The Horror Magazine, where he’s interviewed Rob Zombie, Tony Todd, the cast of Hellraiser and many more celebrities from the world of horror. In 2010 Tom started The Twilight Zone Podcast, reviewing every episode of Rod Serling’s classic show and interviewing several people connected with it, including Rod Serling’s daughter Anne. The Twilight Zone Podcast has garnered a massive audience and continues to this day. 2014 saw Tom team up with veteran podcaster Chris Clayton (aka The Goreboy) for a new horror project The Strange and Deadly Show. Tom’s next project will be to develop an exciting new line of products for Gentlemen’s Grindhouse Records.

Email Tom directly at tom@gentlemensgrindhouserecords.com

 

Darkinc1 – Is an artist and web designer who’s style encompasses fine art and real world media to digital art and company branding, working under a few pseudonyms “Darkinc1” being one of these. He has been a life long horror and science fiction fan, especially the writers of hard science fiction such as  Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov and Philip K. Dick. He started his digital artistic expression in the mid to late 1990’s on a then infant internet. Highlights included running a very successful “Gothic” forum for 5 years called Darkrooms from 2002 onwards, proving to himself and many others the concept of online community way before Facebook, Twitter or Podcasts ever existed. He’s had his artwork published in several international magazines, and the privilege to exhibit his work in art galleries as well as producing art commissions for people around the world over the past decade. These days he tends to stick more with graphic design with  his latest expansion being in the graphic T-Shirt design arena, and working for companies such as Blueboxtees.com, Zebratees.com and Happytees.com among others.

His love affair with The Twilight Zone continues to this day.

You can contact Darkinc1 here darkinc1@gmail.com

 

Chris Clayton – A fan of horror movies since his age was still in single digits, Chris is super nerdy and passionate about the dark and macabre. Chris began his career on the interwebs writing for Metal UK, one of the more notable UK-based rock and heavy metal websites around the early 00’s, and then moved into podcasting with his acclaimed show Goreboy Radio in 2008. Seeking to make a solo show that wasn’t boring, he released a number of well-regarded episodes under the name ‘Goreboy’ before bowing out of the podcasting scene altogether… Until now! In 2014, Chris joined up with his old friend Tom Elliot to fulfil a long-held dream of co-hosting a show together and, thus, they’re here today with The Strange and Deadly Show. Chris plans on continuing to explore the Section 3 films with Tom, and also intends on a fun solo project in 2015 that will veer away from horror altogether.

 

Christopher Brown – Christopher Brown is a writer and journalist who has worked for regional, national and international newspapers and magazines for the last 15 years. In his spare time he has recently been working on a number of side projects, including The Night Gallery Podcast (covering then classic Rod Serling series), Video Nasties Podcast (on the notorious 80s film scare), A History Of Horror Podcast (looking at extreme cinema through the decades) and a book, The Video Nasties Moment. He’s a fan of horror cinema and is engaged in bringing films to community spaces. He lives in Liverpool with two cats and one very understanding wife.