Screaming Soup is the world’s first fully animated horror host show featuring the comedic misadventures of Deadwest, a gas guzzling, ray gun slinging skeleton cowboy, who reviews obscure fright flicks from yesteryear and today while on sci-fighting rodeo adventures in the wild weird west with a kaleidoscope of monstrous characters.

Short Synopsis:

Screaming Soup is a Silver Bolo Award winning animated web series that follows the adventures of Deadwest, a horror host who reviews lesser known B-movies he thinks horror fans need to know about—and sometimes avoid. Joining him is his sidekick Billy, a lovable goat from hell, his ghostly girlfriend Mandy, and a delightfully dysfunctional gang of parody-style monsters. Currently in his 6th season, with 51 episodes and counting, Deadwest’s antics have ranged from big top bar brawls with evil clowns, booze cruises through the ass end of hell, and epic crossover specials with legendary B-movie companies like Full Moon Empire.


“Four stars!” –Joe Bob Briggs, Shudder TV’s The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs

“Fresh!” –Svengoolie, Svengoolie

“Filmmakers should be honored to be reviewed by Screaming Soup!” –Charles Band, Full Moon Empire

“Toxie luvs Screaming Soup!”                                                                       –Lloyd Kaufman, Troma Entertainment

“A terrific way of reviewing horror. Funny, entertaining, and intelligent.” –Robert Davi, Maniac Cop 2-3


My name is Dan Fowler, and I’m the creator of the world’s first fully animated horror host show Screaming Soup!, a Silver Bolo Award winning web series starring a gas guzzling, ray gun slinging skeleton cowboy named Deadwest and his goat sidekick from hell, Billy. Together, they review obscure B-movies from yesteryear and today while on comical sci-fightin’ rodeo adventures in the wild weird west with a kaleidoscope of monstrous characters. The show has been positively recognized by horror host heavyweights like Joe Bob Briggs and Svengoolie, crossed over with legendary filmmakers and their properties such as Charles Band at Full Moon Empire, and even hosted film fests for one of the leading horror magazines in the world, HorrorHound.

Believing Screaming Soup!’s intellectual property is worthy of different multi-media platforms given its abundance of original characters and story arcs, I’m currently seeking representation for the purpose of pitching this exciting new form of horror comedy entertainment to studios and networks to develop it for television and/or streaming audiencesMy show’s been in production since 2014 with 51 plus episodes and counting on YouTube and has been steadily building a die-hard fan base that’s eager for a company like Meridian Artists to help Screaming Soup! advance to the next level and enhance their experience as loyal supporters.
For your consideration, please find more information on Screaming Soup!, the mentality behind it, its cast of misfit monsters, and potential for being an entertainment driven franchise below.
For samples of Screaming Soup! episodes, I’ve provided the following which have all been documented on the show’s IMDb page:
1. My newest episode showcasing my current skill level for producing, writing, acting, and animating as of August 2021. This includes Deadwest mingling with the show’s interchangeable cast of regulars from their main hang-out, the Howl-Inn Grub & Spirits, while getting entangled in some outrageous situation that inspires some humorous movie commentary.

2. Screaming Soup! follows 10 episode story arcs per season that build up to big Halloween finales. Here are a few escalating episodes to our apocalyptic 50th episode.

3. Here is an episode without a review to see how well Screaming Soup! stands on its own as a cartoon series with self contained adventures.

Thank you for taking the time to read this, and I look forward to hearing back from you.
Dan Fowler
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