Compiled By: Lana K. Wilson-Combs, Editor-In-Chief

SpectreVision, the award-winning production company headed up by Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah, and Lawrence Inglee, continues to expand their scope by launching SpectreVision Radio, a new podcast network.

SpectreVision Radio boasts an eclectic slate of podcasts that explore cinema, music, and the arts, in addition to podcasts covering esoteric subjects such as UAP disclosure, the paranormal, and hidden history. The network will include a blend of original new podcasts, as well as new seasons of beloved existing podcasts.

SpectreVision Radio will be home to the first ever podcasts from acclaimed filmmakers Mike Flanagan ("The Fall of the House of Usher" and "Midnight Mass") and David Lowery ("The Green Knight" and "A Ghost Story"), giving fans a chance to hear from them directly.
SpectreVision co-founders Elijah Wood and Daniel Noah are returning with a new season of their popular podcast, "Visitations." Scott Wampler, a beloved figure in the indie film community and previous co-host of the hugely popular "Kingcast" podcast, serves as a co-host for the new podcast "The Spiel" with Kingcast partner Eric Vespe. SpectreVision Radio will be airing the 12 episodes that were recorded prior to his unexpected passing earlier this year.

SpectreVision Radio will also feature esoteric podcasts that remain creatively aligned with the overall ethos of the network, including shows from paranormal researchers Greg and Dana Newkirk ("Hellier" and "The Unbinding"), occultist Sapphire Sandalo, award-winning investigative journalist Tom O'Neill ("Chaos") and occult scholar and award-winning author Mitch Horowitz ("Occult America," and "Modern Occultism").

Additionally, SpectreVision Radio will be one of the first to launch an "Always On" RSS feed on Spotify, which will present a blend of episodes from across the network mixed with exclusive content just for SpectreVision Radio listeners.

Jim Perry, host and creator of "Euphomet," the critically acclaimed documentary podcast now entering its sixth season, serves as the Network Director. Talon Entertainment Finance CEO Steven Demmler and Entrepreneur Michael Risley join Wood, Noah, and Inglee from SpectreVision as co-founders of the network.

Said Wood, "The idea of a podcast network that's built like a community radio station is a natural extension of who we are. We've always thought of SpectreVision as a creative hub made up of like-minded people with shared interests. To have a space where creators can congregate to swap stories, share ideas and freely collaborate is a dream."

Perry added, "SpectreVision Radio brings together the worlds of the arts and the unknown through a kaleidoscope of perspectives and disciplines that, together, tell a fascinating, ever-evolving story."

Episodes can be found on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or anywhere you listen to podcasts, as well as on A list of podcasts that are launching new seasons for the network today can be found below:

"SpectreVision Radio" (Always On Feed):

Daily postings from across the network, featuring a curated selection of new and favorite episodes from the archive, as well as exclusive content just for SpectreVision Radio listeners.

"Carlos Nino & Friends: Conversations and Music" (SVR Original):
Enter the world of Los Angeles based creative music producer and recording artist Carlos Niño as he reports on and from his sonic journeys, tour adventures, and spontaneous compositional studio explorations.

Directors Commentary (SVR Original):
Each episode, Mike Flanagan and a guest director invite the listener to watch-along a film as they create an old-school, DVD, director’s commentary.

"Euphomet" (New Season):
Jim Perry's critically acclaimed documentary series about the unknown and our relationship to it, featuring real people sharing astonishing paranormal experiences.

"Haunted Objects Podcast" (New Season):
Paranormal researchers Greg and Dana Newkirk reveal the history, folklore, and supernatural significance of the world’s most haunted objects.

"The Movies that Made Me" (New Season):
Filmmakers and entertainers discuss the movies that inspired them. Hosted by Oscar nominated screenwriter, Josh Olson and Hollywood legend, Joe Dante.

"The Spiel" (SVR Original):

With guests ranging from fellow film fans, to JJ Abrams, to even Steven Spielberg himself -- The Spiel, co-hosted by Scott Wampler and Eric Vespe, is an open-ended love letter to one of the greatest film directors of all time.

"Stories with Sapphire" (New Season) :
Sapphire Sandalo, a queer, Filipino-American (Cebuano/Ilonggo) occultist, brings an empathic and diverse perspective to the paranormal community through stories and interviews from around the world.

"Visitations" (New Season)

SpectreVision co-counders Elijah Wood and Daniel Noah visit the homes and workshops of some of their favorite creators for intimate conversations about the relationship between their lives and their art.

Additional shows will be from stuntwoman/actress/director Zoe Bell, leading occult scholar Mitch Horowitz, film critic Amy Nicholson, award-winning investigative journalist Tom O'Neil, "American Hysteria" podcaster Chelsey Weber Smith, attorney/activist Danny Sheehan, hacker/hacktivist John Threat, filmmaker/publisher Jodi Wille, and filmmaker David Lowery will roll out in a series of waves through the summer and fall.

You can follow SpectreVision on Instagram and X for up-to-date news on when episodes will become available.


SpectreVision is a production company dedicated to boundary-pushing works from bold voices. Previous film credits include "Mandy," "A Girl Walks Home at Night," and "The Greasy Strangler"), among others. In addition to an expansive film and television slate, the company has recently wrapped production on the feature film "Rabbit Trap" starring Dev Patel, and is currently developing a drama series reboot of "Max Headroom" for AMC Networks. In the gaming space, the company created the psychological thriller adventure VR game Transference for Ubisoft, garnering nominations at the D.I.C.E. and Golden Joystick Awards. SpectreVision recently launched "Mutant," a new art and collectibles venture, partnering with former co-founders of the beloved pop culture collectibles company Mondo. The company has also announced High Strangeness, a "pop-up" publishing imprint in collaboration with award-winning comic book publisher Oni Press which will debut in 2025. SpectreVision is repped by CAA.


Jim Perry is the host and creator of "Euphomet," the critically acclaimed audio documentary podcast about the unknown and our relationship to it that Lifehacker describes as a "compact, highly designed show which explores specific contemporary paranormal stories... finding meanings that believers and skeptics can appreciate." When he isn't embedded in the paranormal, Jim's running DEFY Wrestling and creating content for clients like Disney, Lexus, Starz, and FX Networks.


Steven Demmler is a writer/producer and the Founder and CEO of Talon Entertainment Finance. He most recently Executive Produced Paul Schrader's "Oh, Canada," which premiered in competition at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival and stars Richard Gere, Uma Thurman, Michael Imperioli, Jacob Elordi and Kristine Froseth.

Demmler has brought his executive producing chops to the Ant-Timpson directed and Elijah Wood-starring "Bookworm," which CAA Media Finance is gearing up for sale in North America. Under Demmler’s leadership, Talon acquired South Side Studios, an 11-acre film studio and sound stage facility in Dallas, TX, which has plans of re-launching in late 2024.
Demmler also has stake in Costal Creative, a production facility located in St. Petersburg, Florida and is a founding partner of Mutant, a pop culture-centric art and collectible venture, alongside Mondo founder Tim League and Elijah Wood and Daniel Noah.


Michael Risley is a filmmaker and entrepreneur who, as a long-time partner at BreakWater Studios, co-produced its Oscar-winning short film, "The Last Repair Shop." After getting his start as the star and producer of the acclaimed independent feature, "Revolution #9" opposite Adrienne Shelly and Spaulding Gray, Risley went on to serve as Head of Acquisitions for Canadian distributor Maple Pictures before turning around the digital ad agency, Fuel Industries. Recently, he co-produced "Edge of Winter" and "The New Romantic," as well as writing and directing the award-winning short film, "The Last Supper."

Editor's Note: Information used in this report and photo obtained from Spectre Vision Radio publicity.