Big Damn Heroes 48
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By Hannah Krueger and Will Ackerman
19 June 2013 — Ladies and gentlemen, Big Damn Heroes 48 is coming on stage, and in it we realize some things. Things like why people dislike the sixth season of Buffy, how problematic reading some of Whedon's works as a feminist can be, and that Angel is on some pretty shaky ground. There's also lots and lots of rage towards one very specific episode, and three guesses which one it is. It's all got to do with the episodes that Will and Hannah cover today: Buffy's "Seeing Red" and "Villains," and Angel's "The Price" and "A New World."
Earth-2.net: The Show 638
.: 1:48:32 :: 52.2 MB :.
By The Syndicate
18 June 2013 — E3 2013 has come and gone, and it was one of the most eventful expos in recent memory. Damien Wilkens and Kellen Scrivens have sifted through all the news, trailers, and press conferences to tell you what they think about the immediate future of video gaming.
Dread Media 303
.: 1:08:44 :: 33.2 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
17 June 2013 — The time is right to celebrate the big, hairy man in all of our lives: Bigfoot! First off, Darryll stops by to join Desmond for a review of the straight-to-video B movie Abominable. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. delivers a Stay Scary on the bikersploitation / Sasquatch epic Dear God No! Also, there are songs: "El Phantasmo and the Chicken-Run Blast-O-Rama" by White Zombie, "The Yeti" by Clutch, "Sexy Swimmin' Hole" by Syrup, and "Bigfoot" by The Worth. Please donate to www.dreadmedia.com.
Books Without Pictures:
The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
.: 1:57:59 :: 57.0 MB :.
By La société de voyages extraordinaires
16 June 2013 — After battling through 50 pages that neither Dan nor Wendee thought they would survive, they bat around Robert A. Heinlein's 1966 Hugo winner The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. In this book, things get political; a computer decides not to enslave and destroy; the hosts see how enjoyable a book can be and still give them serious reservations; and a strong, independent woman would like to know how you take your coffee.
Better in the Dark 149:
The Garage of International Wonders - An Appreciation of Ray Harryhausen
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By Thomas Deja and Derrick Ferguson
14 June 2013 — Tom and Derrick say farewell to one of their heroes by inducting the great special effects animator Ray Harryhausen. Join the Boys Outta Brooklyn as they discuss their favorite moments from his films, and why there's something that makes stop-motion animation better than CGI. Plus, the horror of the pentapod and Honey Boo Boo! You don't want to be terrorized by the giant ostrich thingy, so get to clicking. (And don't forget to follow us on Twitter at @BITDShow.)
Dread Media Presents 39:
Dread Reel-ief - Blade
.: 24:12 :: 11.8 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
13 June 2013 — Dread Reel-ief is back, and this time the Commonwealth Crew are here to talk about British music genres that don't exist, country magicians, TBS Superstation, Convoy, and Nazis on the moon! Oh yeah, they also talk a little bit about a very influential comic book movie of the horror persuasion: Blade.
Animezing Podcast 142
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By Kellen Scrivens
12 June 2013 — The set of Kaleido Star episodes reviewed by Kellen and James today show some of the best and some of the worst that the series has to offer. "Anna's Not So Amazing Father" gives us comedy that is in no way funny. "An Amazing Hot New Production" and "The Amazing Competition Calls Up a Storm" provide some of the most awesomely ridiculous action sequences in any anime. "Mysterious Amazing Circus" has some of the worst repeating animation this side of the 1960s. And "The Diva's Amazing Love" breaks every concept of time imaginable. Join us for the soaring highs, the crushing lows, and the awkward middle ground as we hit the halfway point of Kaleido Star.
Earth-2.net: The Show 637
.: 32:49 :: 16.2 MB :.
By The Syndicate
11 June 2013 — In the June Previews episode, Mike inadvertently pitches a Daredevil / Power Pack crossover written by Frank Miller.
Shake and Blake 30
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By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
10 June 2013 — Having watched every episode and discussed the show in full, how can Ian and Dave bring their episode count up to 30? By discussing two Blake's 7 radio plays from the 1990s, of course. In "The Sevenfold Crown," the Scorpio race to beat Servalan to a crown that will give the wearer phenomenal cosmic power. In "The Syndeton Experiment," Avon's attempt to bring the fight to the Federation leads the crew to a mad scientist and his army of three-legged purple robots. They also discuss why the word "hyperdrive" makes Dave so annoyed, try to picture how a wolf-snake would work, and announce their next podcasting project.
Dread Media 302
.: 1:26:44 :: 41.9 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
10 June 2013 — School's almost out, but we ain't done learnin' ya! First period sees Adam, Brittney, Jeff, and Luke all present as they join Desmond for a review of The ABCs of Death. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a look at an overzealous intellectual father and his educational mannequin in Pin. There's tunes, too! "ABCDEath" by Psychostick, "Bloodletters" by Tombs, "Little Sister" by Queens of the Stone Age, and "Take Your Back to School Sale and Shove It" by Howard Kremer. Please donate to www.dreadmedia.com if you can, and make sure to listen to the end of the show for a special tribute to one of our co-hosts.
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