Ghost Trek Finale Posts Monday! – Oderus Urungus Joins


Creator, Michael Plumides talks about GHOST TREK, GWAR, and More! “I was deep in the throes of developing GHOST TREK, a horror-comedy concept sprung forth from the head of Zeus after watching marathon episodes of paranormal reality shows. In late 2009, I absorbed myself in Ghost Adventures, Paranormal State and Ghost Hunters International. In one particular episode, a team was looking for the “Ghost of Robin Hood”- who is a fictional character for the most … Continue reading

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Do you ever watch those ghost hunting shows and scratch your head, thinking to yourself, “These shows are so ridiculous. Why am I watching this?” Well, GHOST TREK creator, Michael Plumides sat through marathon episodes of paranormal reality TV one Christmas and came up with a comic-horror concept called, GHOST TREK, which takes a swipe at the whole genre – with you in mind. GHOST TREK is the winner of a 2011 Corman Award for … Continue reading

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Mad Monster Party Film Festival 2012 Winners Announced!


CHARLOTTE, NC — This past weekend over ten thousand people converged on the Blake Hotel for a celebration of the fantastic with the Mad Monster Party and Mad Monster Party FIlm Festival. The fans came to see illustrious guests such as Brad Dourif, Rutger Hauer, Ace Frehley, as well as fresh new faces like Addy Miller and Chandler Riggs of The Walking Dead. What they were treated to was three days on non-stop genre entertainment … Continue reading


Ghost Trek Pilot begins!

From the author of the critically-acclaimed book KILL THE MUSIC comes GHOST TREK, a comic horror series pilot based on a paranormal reality show. GHOST TREK follows the Paranormal Underworld Detective Society (PUDS) as they investigate haunts across the U.S. and abroad between tanning beds, babes, body-building, and bong hits – all the while risking life and limb confronting the undead. Notable appearances in the GHOST TREK television pilot are Gia Allemand (ABC’s The Bachelor, … Continue reading

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