Dread Media 568
.: 1:52:35 :: 54.3 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
16 July 2018 — This week's massive episode of Dread Media features an interview with our oldest friend: David Agranoff. In it, David and Desmond discuss the horrific circumstances leading to his brand new eco-horror / cli-fi novel, Ring of Fire, and comes clean about the last solo interview David did with us. Then, David sticks around to review and pitch a prequel novel to a film that he and Desmond have talked about for years: the great dragon apocalypse film Reign of Fire. All that and music: "World on Fire" by Corrosion of Conformity, "Inherit the Wasteland" by Earth Crisis, "Killing the Dragon" by Dio, and "The Dragon Flies" by Black Tower.
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 15.01
.: 2:00:32 :: 39.1 MB :.
By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
10 July 2018 — For the first time in their long and illustrious partnership, Dave and Ian record together in the same room as they begin watching a new show: Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased). In "Drop Dead," private detectives Jeff Randall and Marty Hopkirk are hired by an artist to protect his wife from herself, but when Marty is seemingly killed by her he comes back as a ghost, visible only to Jeff, in order to solve his own murder. In "Mental Apparition Disorder," Jeff is checked into a therapy center after telling Marty's finance, Jeanie, that Marty is a ghost. Meanwhile Marty is trained to be a ghost by the mysterious Mr. Wyvern. Finally, in "The Best Years of Your Death," Jeanie's nephew tells her something sinister is going on at his boarding school, so she and Jeff go undercover to discover the truth, and Wyvern teaches Marty possession. They make lots of Doctor Who connections, ask if Steven Berkov is locked in a cupboard, and Dave has an unfortunate chair incident.
Earth-2.net: The Show 1011
.: 3:07:50 :: 92.6 MB :.
By The Syndicate
10 July 2018 — Pulp Diction returns! In this three-hour installment of The Show, Dave Probert, Ian Wilson, and Mike look at the much-loved Brendan Fraser film The Mummy!
Dread Media 567
.: 1:14:28 :: 28.4 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
09 July 2018 — This week on Dread Media, after paying tribute to a legend of comics, we look at cold-blooded monsters in film, from micro-budget amphibian sea-gods to huge blockbuster dinosaurs. First, Desmond and Duane look at the ancient sea-god meets urban graffiti artist film Soft Matter. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid runs down the Jurassic Park franchise before reviewing Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. There are some cold-blooded tunes too: "Cold Blooded" by Tim Armstrong, "Fish On" by Lindemann, "Dinosaur Fire" by The Chuck Norris Experiment, and "Reptile" by Nine Inch Nails. RIP Steve Ditko.
Hey, an Actor:
.: 2:21:16 :: 68.2 MB :.
By The Brothers Wilson
04 July 2018 — Jackie Chan is the featured actor for this very warm Pandy editing special, including the limited return of jingles! In this highly choreographed episode The Brothers Wilson marvel at Chan's out-of-type acting in the recent Netflix film The Foreigner, gasp at the sheer physicality and badly dated jokes in Police Story, and endure Chris Tucker's voice in Rush Hour. Also, questions that are answered include: What happened at friend-of-the-show Richard Paterson's stag do? Why is Jackie Chan the Prince of Gotham? Which supporting actor in one of the films is also a high-profile pornography star? And stay tuned for the end-of-show musical spectacular.
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