Dread Media 676
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By Desmond Reddick
10 August 2020 — This week on Dread Media, we pay tribute to the legendary character actor from so many great films over many genres, John Saxon. The connective tissue between these two films is that he's the villain of both. First up, Chris and Desmond review the early Cronenberg outlier, the racing film Fast Company. Then, Tom goes solo reviewing the sword and sorcery film Prisoners of the Lost Universe. Songs included: "Licensed to Drive" by Black Mountain, "Fast Company" by Michael Stanley, "Prisoners" by King Dude, and "Drive Back" by Melvins and Mudhoney.
Earth-2.net: The Show 1101
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By The Syndicate
04 August 2020 — A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman, a Toronto International Film Festival 2012 panel.
Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man
By James D. Deaux IV
03 August 2020 — I had been eagerly anticipating Mary Trump's book, Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, for several weeks before I was able to download it from Audible. Admittedly, I had never even heard of Mary Trump before this book was announced, so at first, I was at least somewhat skeptical given that her family is almost entirely comprised of grifters, plagiarists, con-artists, and pathological liars. Plus, as previously mentioned, I had become almost numb to more tell-all books about Donald Trump. However, given that she is a clinical psychologist with a master's degree in English literature, I felt reassured that it would be a wise investment. I felt, perhaps, that she was the one shining light in this astronomically dysfunctional family. Indeed, after listening to the entire book (narrated by the author), she is one of the only people in the entire Trump lineage to have any sense of empathy, moral compass, or firm grasp of the English language.
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Dread Media 675
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By Desmond Reddick
03 August 2020 — This week on Dread Media, Tom returns to discuss another straight-to-video franchise from the 90s / 00s: The Mangler! How can you get three movies out of a Stephen King short story about a demon-possessed laundry folding machine? Well, listen. We discuss The Mangler, The Mangler 2: Graduation Day, and The Mangler Reborn. Yikes! Songs included: "Welcome to the Machine" by Los Disidentes del Sucio Motel, "Mass Murder Machine" by Black Label Society, "CRASH" by Master Boot Record, "Souljacker Part I" by Eels, and "The Suffering Machine" by Buck 65.
A Cure for the Common Podcast: A WWF 1997 Retrospective
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By Kellen Scrivens and Tom Hemmings
29 July 2020 — D-Generation X recruits two of their most unlikely members ever, Goldust continues to be on the mend, Steve Austin becomes the greatest stage tech in the history of wrestling, and The Rock reminds us that beepers were once a thing. Meanwhile, our opening contest serves as another big step towards the Attitude Era as The Legion of Doom defend their Tag Team Championships against The Road Dog, Billy Gunn, and new entrance music.
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