Tranquil Tirades 46:
Howard the Duck
.: 1:55:43 :: 59.9 MB :.
By Damien Wilkens and James Deaux
31 July 2015 — Special guest Adam Karabel joins The Real Protagonists this month as they finally cross Howard the Duck off of the list. Good riddance to bad duck puns.
Hey, an Actor!:
Jamie Lee Curtis
.: 2:45:30 :: 79.8 MB :.
By The Brothers Wilson
30 July 2015 — Twenty episodes into the podcast's lifespan, but there's no slowing up Hey, An Actor! as it tackles three entries in the filmography of Jamie Lee Curtis! From the high-octane action-nonsense of True Lies, to the body-swap shenanigans of the 2003 remake of Freaky Friday, and the blood-pumping thrills of 1978 horror classic Halloween, The Brothers Wilson examine the talents of a second-generation Hollywood star. Along the way, the episode laments the tragedy of child actors, James Cameron's terrible sense of humor, and what makes for an influential horror film. And get ready for Pandy's most scathing review yet, and it's not for the faint of heart. Or Desmond Reddick. Or Kelly Osbourne.
Dread Media 413
.: 1:10:24 :: 34.0 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
20 July 2015 — It's Hittites, Satanists, and Pagans (oh my!) this week as Dread Media once again takes on the theme of cults. First up, Desmond and Darryll take in a viewing of the early Wes Craven film Deadly Blessing. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. dissects The Seventh Victim. And, finally, in tribute once again to Christopher Lee and what many consider to be his finest role: The Wicker Man. Don't forget to enjoy some culty hymns: "Come Join Us" by Bad Religion, "Make Yourself" by Incubus, "Just Another Victim" by Helmet and House of Pain, "Corn Rigs" by Paul Giovanni, and "Cult" by Evile.
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 06.02
.: 1:34:11 :: 38.8 MB :.
By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
26 July 2015 — Dave and Ian continue to forge their way through Crime Traveller. In "Fashion Shoot," Slade and Holly use the time machine to investigate the murder of a fashion designer. In "The Revenge of the Chronology Protection Hypothesis," Slade is shot and critically wounded, so Holly travels back in time despite her own theories stating that she can't change what happens. They bemoan some appalling writing, get one episode which is closer to what Dave would like the show to be, and discuss why why Ian is like Captain America.
A Cure for the Common Podcast: A WWF 1997 Retrospective - Week 11
.: 2:41:54 :: 76.1 MB :.
By Kellen Scrivens and Tom Hemmings
23 July 2015 — "Frustrated isn't the Goddamn word for it. This is Bullshit!" And just like that we realize that the Attitude Era may be closer than we think. On the final episode of A Cure for the Common Podcast before Wrestlemania, Shotgun retools once again with Brian Pillman on commentary and the highly hyped debut of Sunny Undercover, while on Raw we have our final build to Wrestlemania, including a steel cage match between Bret Hart and Sycho Sid. That is, if The Undertaker doesn't destroy the cage first.
Earth-2.net: The Show 803
.: 40:50 :: 20.1 MB :.
By The Syndicate
21 July 2015 — Mike opens two Comic Blocks, discusses the casting of Marisa Tomei as Aunt May, and closes out the episode with a review of Darth Vader #1-6.
Dread Media 412
.: 1:23:33 :: 40.3 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
20 July 2015 — This week, Dread Media takes a look at a selection of anthology films. Some good, most bad, you'll have to figure it out. First up, Desmond and Darryll sit down for Darryll's birthday to take in a train movie. What could possibly go wrong? Night Train to Terror. That's what. Then, continuing his tribute to Christopher Lee, Rich the Monster Movie Kid reviews Dr. Terror's House of Horrors. Finally, you were probably unaware that Creepshow 3 existed. Devil Dinosaur Jr. is here to show you why you're better off that way. There's a wide variety of songs as well: "Midnight Train" by Ghoultown, "Nightrain" by Guns N' Roses, "Angel of Death" by Slayer, "My Girlfriend's a Robot" by The Hanson Brothers, and "Everybody but You" by Joe Turano.
Earth-2.net: The Show 802
.: 29:55 :: 14.7 MB :.
By The Syndicate
14 July 2015 — Bane '66 torments Batman, Vampirella meets Xenomorphs on Mars, and The Maestro plans deicide! All this and more in the July Previews!
Dread Media 411
.: 1:14:13 :: 35.8 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
13 July 2015 — Eternal life. Who needs it?! Some people, I guess. This week, Dread Media ponders immortality, those who seek it, and those who seek to end it. First up, Chris joins Desmond for a review of Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive. Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a special treat as he discusses the second of the Kolchak TV movies, The Night Strangler, as well as discussing the property as a whole in this week's Stay Scary. Richard the Monster Movie Kid is back this week to pay tribute to the late (immortal in his own way) Christopher Lee in a review of the film The Man Who Could Cheat Death. There's also a varied set of tunes for you to plug into your ears: "Immortal" by Helloween, " Only Lovers Left Alive" by The (International) Noise Conspiracy, "Built to Last" by Sick of it All, "The Portent" by Christopher Lee, and "Who Wants to Live Forever?" by Queen.
On Our Last Life 01
.: 1:31:38 :: 44.1 MB :.
By Aaron Robinson and Damien Wilkens
12 July 2015 — Former Extra Lives co-hosts Aaron Robinson and Damien Wilkens are back to talk about life. It's a thing. Subjects covered: the infancy and difficulties of creating Extra Lives, Let's-Players, working out and eating right, aging, comparing successes, the gaming industry, the personalities of Giant Bomb, pro wrestling, learning music, and more.
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