Dread Media 366
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By Desmond Reddick
01 September 2014 — Benvenuto! This week we celebrate cinema italiano! There's a wide berth of genres being covered: sword and sandal, giallo, zombie, and post-apocalyptic. First off, Darryll and Desmond take in a viewing of Lucio Fulci's Conquest. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. is stirred, but not shaken, by the mostly unseen giallo film starring no one's favorite James Bond: Who Saw Her Die? Finally, Desmond returns to review Blue Underground's Blood-Soaked Double Feature Blu-ray which features two films by Italian schlock merchant Bruno Mattei: Hell of the Living Dead and Rats: Night of Terror. And of course, some songs to be serenaded by on a gondola through the canals of Venice: "Conquest" by Judas Priest, "Smoking Snakes" by Sabaton, "El Prima Baso" by Ennio Morricone, "Rats" by Clutch, and "Conquest" by rokOpera Inc. Divertiti!
The Edge of Forever 07
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By The United Federation of Podcasters
31 August 2014 — Romulans! Want more copy to read? Romulans being Romulans! Still not enough? An unnamed Romulan Commander lays waste to Federation outposts along the Neutral Zone, resulting in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse ("Balance of Terror"). Then, a tired Enterprise crew finds rest and danger on an idyllic planet ("Shore Leave"). Also: Mark Lenard! Romulans! Pancakes! Wait, what?
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 03.04.5
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By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
28 August 2014 — Ian and Dave get together for a special bonus episode covering the table-reading of the unmade episode of The Middleman: "The Doomsday Armageddon Apocalypse," from the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con. The episode sees Manservant Neville's nefarious schemes come to fruition. Wendy and The Middleman must stop him from warping the very fabric of reality itself and turning all the beans into peas. They also embrace the use of wrestling terminology to describe the crowd's reaction, and celebrate a towering performance from Mark Sheppard.
Earth-2.net: The Show 734
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By The Syndicate
26 August 2014 — After answering a voicemail, Mike reads through the August Previews.
Dread Media 365
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By Desmond Reddick
25 August 2014 — Get your sexy werewolf on this week as Chris and Desmond reluctantly look at the second season of Netflix Original Hemlock Grove. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. saves the day with a look at Werewolf in a Girl's Dormitory in a new Stay Scary. There's some sexy tunes as well: "Gypsy" by Emperor, "Scientific Rebirth" by Cara Neir, "Nothing to Lose" by Girlschool, and "Dog Inside Your Body" by Butthole Surfers. Sorry for all the self promotion and black metal.
Hey, an Actor!:
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By The Brothers Wilson
22 August 2014 — It's time to get jiggy with Hey, An Actor! as the podcast profiles The Fresh Prince himself: Will Smith. This month's trifecta includes the early career action blockbuster Bad Boys, romantic comedy Hitch, and the more sober entry of Seven Pounds. Which of these films causes the biggest disagreement The Brothers Wilson have yet to have on the show? Which film is the least memorable? And to what extent is Will Smith's career being hampered by his children? Not only that, but Ian has a new catchphrase, and Pandy unleashes a jingle odyssey. And would you put it past either brother for one of them to attempt a parody rap?
A Cure For the Common Podcast: A WWF 1997 Retrospective - Week 02
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By Kellen Scrivens and Tom Hemmings
21 August 2014 — This week's episode of Shotgun may be one of the worst hours of wrestling ever televised. It includes a Todd Pettengill / Honky Tonk Man duet, and a fake sex tape that may out Sunny as a furry. (You can't make this stuff up.) Superstars and Raw fare better thanks to the first interview of the year from one of the greatest mic masters in the history of professional wrestling: the one and only Ahmed Johnson.
Better in the Dark 160.5:
The Many Shades of Heroism - Ant-Man, Edgar Wright, and the State of the Superhero Film
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By Thomas Deja and Derrick Ferguson
20 August 2014 — Tom and Derrick's look at Edgar Wright's departure from Ant-Man becomes a freewheeling discussion of what Marvel is doing right, what DC is doing wrong, and whatever the hell Fox and Sony think they're doing. Along the way, The Boys Outta Brooklyn review Captain America: The Winter Soldier and The Amazing Spider-Man 2, curse Frank Miller, bless Mark Waid, and struggle to fill the plot holes in The Nolanverse! You know you wanna know why Derrick loves Brett Ratner, so get to clicking! (And don't forget to follow us on Twitter at @BITDShow!)
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 03.04
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By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
18 August 2014 — Dave and Ian bring their summer of The Middleman to a close with the final three episodes. In "The Vampiric Puppet Lamentation," Wendy must stop The Middleman and Lacey from taking part in a demonic puppet-based wedding ceremony that will unleash vampires upon an unsuspecting world, and Noser is forced to reveal a secret from his past. In "The Clotharian Contamination Protocol," the unexpected return of the Voyager 2 probe leads to a lockdown of Middleman HQ, and Wendy having to journey inside Ida in order to save the world from nanobots. And in "The Palindrome Reversal Palindrome," Wendy finds herself in a parallel universe where she seeks help from their Middleman who is not quite the man she knows and neither is their Wendy. They also discuss the show as a whole, Ian reveals his childhood history with puppets, and Dave stands up for the musical career of Bruce Willis.
Dread Media 364
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By Desmond Reddick
18 August 2014 — This week we pay tribute to one of our most beloved entertainers. From comedy to drama to children's films to intense psychological character studies, Robin Williams was truly one of the greats. So Chris and Desmond have a great conversation about the man during their review of Insomnia. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the recent dark comedy World's Greatest Dad. There's tunes as well: "I Don't Sleep" by Amen, "Insomnia" by Greta, and "I Hope I Become a Ghost" by The Deadly Syndrome. Pay attention to have a chance to win The Walking Dead Season 4 on DVD, and make sure to watch Darryll and Desmond's film "The Killing House" (http://player.vimeo.com/video/103446672). If you like what you see, buy the score that Desmond composed to support both filmmakers at www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com. RIP Robin Williams.
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