Dread Media 423
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By Desmond Reddick
05 October 2015 — This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Darryll talk about a lot of stuff in their long and drunken rambling review of Suburban Gothic. They even manage to talk about the film itself! Devil Dinosaur Jr. tries to come to terms with Contamination .7 in a brand new Stay Scary. And Rich the Monster Movie Kid kicks off his month of tribute to Bela Lugosi with Island of Lost Souls. All that and songs, too: "Suburban Vampire" by The Browns, "Punk Rock Girl" by The Dead Milkmen, "Wasting Away" by The Brian Jonestown Massacre, "No Spill Blood" by Oingo Boingo, "Poltergeist" by Devin Townsend Project, and "Only the Haunted" by Dog Fashion Disco.
The Edge of Forever 20
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By The United Federation of Podcasters
04 October 2015 — While Captain Kirk attempts to open trade negotiations with the Capellans, a wimpy Klingon takes advantage of the internal strife, and Doctor McCoy slaps a pregnant Catwoman ("Friday's Child"). Then everyone gets old because of a comet ("The Deadly Years"). Also, Dan and Mike make lots of noises.
Earth-2.net: The Show 812
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By The Syndicate
03 October 2015 — The second of Ian Wilsons Twelve Labours of Comic Reel-lief is here, tasking the host with getting caught up on the comic book movies of 2015. On the slate are: Kingsman: The Secret Service (the latest Mark Millar / Matthew Vaughan collaboration), Avengers: Age of Ultron (the second Marvel Studios mondo team-up movie), Ant-Man (the final instalment of Marvel's Second Phase). And there's also been a Fantastic Four movie this summer, which, too, gets reviewed in this segment!
Bigger on the Inside 145
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By The Children of Time
02 October 2015 — As The Doctor and Clara contemplate the future of their relationship, a deadly legend comes to life ("Mummy on the Orient Express"). Then, Clara must take on the role of The Doctor as two-dimensional creatures begin to invade our three-dimensional realm ("Flatline").
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 06.04
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By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
30 September 2015 — Dave and Ian reach the end of The Summer of Crime Traveller. In "The Lottery Experiment," Slade thinks he has a way of beating a paradox and winning the lottery. While back in the past, his efforts to give Holly the winning numbers hit a snag when Grisham assigns him to protect a shipment of gold. In "The Broken Crystal," an expensive component malfunctions, rendering the time machine permanently inoperable. Slade is assigned to investigate a series of murders and discovers that the prime suspect has a time machine of his own. They also look back at the series as a whole, name their series MVPs, and rejoice in a moment of pure distilled Crime Traveller silliness.
Dread Media 422
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By Desmond Reddick
28 September 2015 — It's all fun and games until someone loses their life this week on Dread Media. First up, Webmaster Michael David Sims swings by to play a game of Would You Rather? with Desmond. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. plays some Pranks. Rich the Monster Movie Kid swings by to tell us all about the benefits of X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes. Desmond comes back to end the show with a Blood Punch. Like any big sports event, there's some kickass tunes to get your blood pumping: "Damned If You Do" by Alice Cooper, "Torn Between Scylla and Charybdis" by Trivium, "Fun and Games" by Pennywise, "X-Ray Eyes" by Blue Oyster Cult, "Not the Same" by Hands & Teeth, and "Arc of Violence" by Black Breath.
Hey, an Actor!:
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By The Brothers Wilson
26 September 2015 „ Every now and then, an actor with a considerable filmography, undeniable charisma, and a cult of personality arrives to test the mettle of The Brothers Wilson. This month, Hey, an Actor! profiles the inimitable Academy Award-winning Nicolas Cage, who is also Ghost Rider. Pandy's homework of acclaimed drama Leaving Las Vegas sees him ask fraternal questions about alcoholism, whilst Ian weighs up the historical merit of Jerry Bruckheimer's National Treasure for the very first time. And at the insistence of Reverend Organ, the brothers also take in the stylized action nonsense of Drive Angry. Even though there is potentially a hiatus in store, as one of the hosts prepares for fatherhood, the episode closes on not only a Pandy Parody, but the extended version of Ian's history of the creation of Nicolas Cage, with the assistance of cult 1970s singers.
Books Without Pictures 19:
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By La société de voyages extraordinaires
24 September 2015 — Wendee and Dan end Dan's minor freakout at having confused different portions of the DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince catalog by remembering to thank Patreon subscriber Rick with a discussion of Octavia E. Butler's remarkable novelette Bloodchild. Visit www.patreon.com/bookswp to learn more about making the hosts into your trained seals!
Dread Media 421
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By Desmond Reddick
21 September 2015 — This week reality crashed down on your intrepid host, as he's ill with The Throatpocalypse. But Des soldiered through this episode, as Dread Media takes a look at reality on film. First, in the documentary realm, Chris joins Desmond to take a look at the follow-up to the legendary Room 237: The Nightmare. Then Duane joins Desmond to look at the sometimes-interesting, but mostly misguided Killer Legends. Then Desmond goes solo on three found-footage films: Inner Demons, Always Watching, and The Night Visitor. Of course, there are some tunes: "Nightmare be thy Name" by Mercyful Fate, "Someone Else's Nightmare" by Early Man, "Tears of a Clown" by Iron Maiden, "Reality" by Voivod, and "Deep Down" by Mondo Cane.
On Our Last Life 02
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By Aaron Robinson and Damien Wilkens
16 September 2015 — Aaron and Damien are back with an impromptu wrestling podcast, as they spend most of the show talking about their thoughts on the recent NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn show, and wrestling in general. They even manage to squeeze in some video game discussion, as they cover their recent gaming output and lament the implosion of Konami.
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