Here it is after the Birthday, Halloweekend, and all it’s the final week of the Monster Fest 22. J-Man discusses how he enjoyed the festival so far, and what he would have done differently. He will also talk about how the rule of shows will go, and something about Christmas coming too early.
In honor of Halloween and it being the last week of Monster Fest, J-Man combined all of the earlier stories into a 3 hour compilation for you guys to enjoy during your whole Halloween activities, plenty of scary stuff and funny material from days long past.
We will be back with newer episodes later this week to finish off Monster Fest 22. Ya’ll take care until then.
Upon the fourth week of Monster Fest, and because you the fans demanded it, J-Man reads three more nightmare tales to you all in a triple pack format. He will also remind you that not all monsters are inherently evil, Jams is coming on Friday, his plans for a Monster Free-For-All, and casting a spotlight on a new book he’s reading called “A Trick Of The Light” by William Stuart.
Hopefully the stories won’t be too scary as J-Man’s brand of humor usually offsets the tales.
This being the fourth week of The J360 Monster Fest or either in the middle of the fest according to J-Man’s time clock anyways. He brings about the information of what’s going on with the Monster Fest along with doing a few quick reviews on certain movies like Alligator and Grizzly. He will also remind everyone that it is indeed Jams week with Jams#55, and JamsTV#4 coming next Saturday.
A monstrous birthday bash and digital deep dive into the depravity of man, the bit crushed crew of State of the Art tackles body horror (by accident) in a very different way. Also, there’s a creepy pasta at the end, so there ya go, alright? Now turn off the lights, get settled in and prepare for a walk through the twisted labyrinth of human nature.
Note: The views expressed are for satire purposes and comedic in nature. So just sit back and enjoy a good unfiltered laugh. You deserve it.
The Monster Fest Rides Again this time haunting about on J360 Jams and in honor of this grand festival. J-Man’s hosting over 40 tracks and each one has a bit of that haunting flavor to keep the spooky season alive and well. You’ll also hear some new musicians making their jams debut in addition to the veterans who are still making names for themselves.
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