Lost At Home is posting early this week to jump on some rather big (and bittersweet) news from Jason Moulton, founder of Moulton Conventions, which brings us VT Comic Con. Jason phones in to the pod and drops some news, names and gives some previews of his future plans. Get Lost!
Lost At Home is back with another Juggalo Week, rounding up the Juggalo news you may have missed. There has been no shortage of news this past year and it would be a shame if all the Juggalo goodness got lost through the cracks. Scott and Jer cover updates on ICP’s ongoing battle with the gang label, a torrent-heavy Valentine’s Day show, Faygo restrictions and how Juggalo face paint can beat facial recognition software. And as usual, new content is brainstormed all along the way. Get Lost!
A former olympian comes home to surprise orgy and a man with a fake dick was charged for sex crimes. The stories in Web Droppings are few this week but it’s all about the quality, not quantity. To start the show though, Mr. J Moulton, creator of Vermont Comic Con calls in to chat about what we can expect for the 2018 edition of the con. And our good friend Ed Gein stops by to talk about Bambox. Get Lost!
Mark Steger calls in to Lost At Home Podcast this week as one of our very few returning guests. You may remember Mark from two years ago when we talked about his role as The Demogorgon on Stranger Things. This time around we chat about his role in the newest Conjuring movie, "The Nun," his role as Bigfoot opposite Sam Elliot in "The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot," working on the new Guillermo Del Toro produced Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, as well as his personal work as a physical artist and the time he made a music video for Jared Leto in the coolest location in California! Get Lost!