Animezing Podcast 171
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By Kellen Scrivens
17 September 2014 — In order to shamelessly shill their new podcast (The Cure for the Common Podcast), Kellen welcomes Tom Hemmings onto the show to review the gory, twisted, and, at times, disturbing Deadman Wonderland. To start, the duo reviews the first four episodes: "Death Row Inmate," "Antidote (Candy)," "G Block," and "Crow Claw."
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 04.01
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By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
16 September 2014 — Dave and Ian start covering the British version of Life on Mars. In episode one, DCI Sam Tyler is hit by a car and wakes up in 1973 where he must solve a series of murders that are connected to a case he was working on in 2006, all while butting heads with his new boss: DCI Gene Hunt. In episode two, Sam stops Gene from framing an armed robber and faces the consequences. In episode three, Sam and Gene investigate a murder in a textile mill that will one day be Sam's flat. And in episode four, Sam stands up to a local gangster who has a deal with Gene, and meets his mother as a young woman. They also trade David Bowie impersonations, Dave educates Ian on the 70s police procedure, and Ian makes a very unfortunate mispronunciation of Gene's last name.
Earth-2.net: The Show 737
.: 42:20 :: 20.9 MB :.
By The Syndicate
16 September 2014 — As Captain America and The Thing fight to save humanity in the year 3014, the original Guardians of the Galaxy stop by to lend a hand (Marvel Two-in-One #5). And speaking of lending a hand, Aquaman attempts to save Gotham City by killing 200 people (The Brave and the Bold #114).
Dread Media 368
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By Desmond Reddick
15 September 2014 — Get sick this week, Dreadites, as Desmond and Darryll take a look at two goo-soaked dripping fright flicks. First up, can the hosts get past their nausea induced by the opening of the brand new existential homage to Troma, Septic Man? What about the classic gooey monster film The Incredible Melting Man? Time, and listening, will only tell. There's some nasty dripping songs for you, too: "Freak Puke" by Melvins Lite, "Sewer Chief" by Rat Path, "Melting of My Marrow" by Killer Be Killed, and "Melt" by Monster Magnet. Don't forget to join this month's Facebook group contest!
Big Damn Heroes 76
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By Hannah Krueger and Will Ackerman
10 September 2014 — Will and Hannah have reached episode 76, and it's getting a little horrible. The Heroes take a look at the 2008 web series Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, how the writer's strike gave rise to it, how its format works for and against it, and how it's noticeably smaller cast carries the series. Is it still as shiny as when it came out? Is this possibly the darkest thing Whedon's put out? Join Will and Hannah for the sing-along to find out!
The Edge of Forever 08
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By The United Federation of Podcasters
09 September 2014 — Spock's command skills are tested after a shuttlecraft crashes on a planet overrun by savages ("The Galileo Seven"), Kirk must overcome a childish god ("The Squire of Gothos"), listeners suggest additions to the casual sexism count, and the guys discuss which of the TOS-era movies most closely resemble the source material.
Earth-2.net: The Show 736
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By The Syndicate
09 September 2014 — What happens when Will stops being polite and starts being real? The TV 101 Reality TV episode! We ask the question: is reality TV worth saving? But first, listen as we go through the history of this genre from it's roots to the post-Kardashian wasteland of today. Plus, Will admits to being a bit too much of a fan of yet another thing. What? He didn't come here to make friends.
Dread Media 367
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By Desmond Reddick
08 September 2014 — At the behest and donation of our great listener, Dean, Dread Media swerves from the typical this week as we take in some Oscar-baity arthouse. First up, Darryll and Desmond take in a viewing of the seminal and powerful ensemble piece, Magnolia. Devil Dinosaur Jr. reviews the more recent, but similarly themed film Nebraska. Of course, there are also songs: "Momentum" and "Save Me" by Aimee Mann, "Time" by Wraitchild America, and "Daddy's Hands" by Shooter Jennings. Thanks again to Dean for his support!
A Cure For the Common Podcast: A WWF 1997 Retrospective - Week 03
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By Kellen Scrivens and Tom Hemmings
05 September 2014 — The Cure for the Common Podcast makes its way to Texas for the 1997 Royal Rumble. Marvel at the neon cacti of Denim and Diamonds on Shotgun, be wowed by Stone Cold Steve Austin's amazing performance during the Royal Rumble match, and be shocked at just how quickly they set up February's In Your House PPV on Raw.
Tranquil Tirades 35:
Yor, the Hunter from the Future
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By The Real Protagonists
05 September 2014 — After the intense pain of the last episode, the hosts have decided to sit back with some sweet bass riffs and genocide, courtesy of Yor, the Hunter from the Future, a movie in which the bulging pectorals and overbearing theme song are constantly fighting for screen time. It's just as awesome as it sounds.
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