Dread Media 398
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By Desmond Reddick
13 April 2015 — Sequels aren't always the best measure of cinematic quality. However, what happens when you have sequels to what many consider to be not only the best genre films of all time, but the best films of all time? This week, Dread Media tries to answer that question. First up, Darryll and Desmond tackle Hitchcock protégé Richard Franklin's stab at Psycho II. And, in a brand new Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. takes a bite out of 1978's Jaws 2. Of course, there's also a bunch of sequelly songs: "Second Time Around" by The Damned, "Mother" by Danzig, "Fast as a Shark" by Accept, and "Again" by Alice in Chains.
Books Without Pictures:
A Princess of Mars
.: 1:15:34 :: 36.7 MB :.
By La société de voyages extraordinaires
10 April 2015 — The cosmos did everything in its power to delay the return of Books Without Pictures, but nothing could hold Wendee back from venting her rage against John Carter of Mars, the hero of Edgar Rice Burroughs' hugely influential 1912 science fantasy classic A Princess of Mars. How long does it take for the phrase "filth bucket" to enter the conversation? The answer may surprise you! Please consider subscribing to the BWP Patreon campaign at patreon.com/bookswp, because you can almost hear the BWP Home Office fall down around our hosts as they record.
Tranquil Tirades 42:
Highlander - The Source
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By Damien Wilkens and James Deaux
09 April 2015 — Just when you thought movie sequels couldn't possibly get any worse than Highlander II: The Quickening, here comes a film that not only completely negates the entire Highlander mythos, but also royally besmirches Freddie Mercury while it's at it. Yes, it's Highlander: The Source, which truly shows that there isn't more to life than this.
Big Damn Heroes 89
.: 1:00:47 :: 29.5 MB :.
By Hannah Krueger and Will Ackerman
08 April 2015 — Potential is the watchword as Will and Hannah begin their coverage of Marvel's Agents of SHIELD. While some episodes show it, others seem to be barely trying. Plus, things get uncomfortably handled rather quickly. Also, US 1 is totally in continuity. Whether you agree or not, a new series begins with "Pilot," "0-8-4," and "The Asset."
Dread Media 397
.: 1:07:23 :: 32.6 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
06 April 2015 — This week Desmond hit up the Vancouver Fan Expo and went on an interview spree. For you, we present those interviews of the following people in the following order: Michael Angelos, creator of Jack the Lantern; Conan and X-O Manowar artist Cary Nord; comic creator and filmmaker Kaare Andrews; Final Transmission author Brian Clement; notorious comic creator Robin Thompson; The Walking Dead's Scott Wilson; and the legendary Lance Henriksen. On top of all of that, there are songs: "Pumpkin Head" by The Misfits, "Holy Barbarian" by Melvins Lite, "Iron Fist" by Richie Branson, "The Easter Bunny Always Sleeps" by Vincent Price, "Pilot Episode: Main Title (Long)" by Mark Snow, and "Fansong" by Dethklok.
Earth-2.net: The Show 781
.: 1:15:05 :: 36.5 MB :.
By The Syndicate
31 March 2015 — In an all-singing, all-dancing Hey, Gurlfriend (except only one host ever sings and you can't really see the dancing), Hannah and Will look at the last 15 years of musicals before talking about Into the Woods. Movies are praised, a few are trashed, and did we mention that Will sings at one point? We're sorry about that.
Dread Media 396
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By Desmond Reddick
30 March 2015 — The March on Full Moon comes to an end in epic style as Desmond and Duane give you a retrospective on the flagship series of Full Moon Entertainment: Puppet Master! Instead of reviewing the films, the hosts cover a variety of topics, awards show style, to run the gamut from 1989's Puppet Master to 2012's Puppet Master X: Axis Rising. Everything from Favorite Character to Hottest Guys and Girls to Best Kills. If you're a fan of Puppet Master, you need to check this out! It wouldn't be an episode of Dread Media without some themed songs: "Puppet Master Theme" by Richard Band, "Master of Puppets" by Metallica, "No Strings Attached" by Valient Thorr, "Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr" by Trivium, and "The Puppet Master" by King Diamond.
The Edge of Forever 16
.: 1:01:26 :: 29.9 MB :.
By The United Federation of Podcasters
29 March 2015 — Since the last time Dan and Mike recorded, two Star Trek luminaries passed on: the incomparable Leonard Nimoy and visionary producer Harve Bennett. Join the hosts as they pay their respects to these men, then cover two more episodes from the franchise they made the legacy it is today. Those episodes are "The Changeling" (in which Kirk must thwart another super computer) and "Mirror, Mirror" (which sees four members of the crew transported to an alternate reality).
Hey, an Actor!: Arnold Schwarzenegger
.: 2:49:33 :: 71.6 MB :.
By The Brothers Wilson
29 March 2015 — The Brothers Wilson tackle arguably the biggest star yet on Hey, an Actor!: Arnold Schwarzenegger. From the gung-ho action epic Commando to the Ivan Reitman comedy Twins and his most acclaimed film Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Ian and Pandy profile the Austrian bodybuilder, actor, and, bizarrely, elected official. In the podcast's longest episode to date, the hosts introduce two debut features: Improv School and The Heather Graham Time-out. Meanwhile, Pandy's mistaking molten metal for magma draws Ian's ire in relation to their family heritage. And on top of all that, the George Banks jingles return!
Dread Media 395
.: 1:44:55 :: 55.8 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
23 March 2015 — It's the massive penultimate episode of March on Full Moon! First up, Patrick Romandy-Simmons stops by to talk about his career in special effects, including working in the biggest horror franchises of all-time, Rod Steiger getting mad at him, an insane run-in with a celebrity, and his work on Puppet Master. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. steps in to talk about some beast-on-woman love in the remarkably weird Meridian. To close the show, Desmond and Duane take a look at the monks versus demon film Catacombs. Some tunes as well to carry you through your week: "Incalculable Effects" by Propagandhi, "I'm Your Puppet" by Sam & Dave, "Love Like Blood" by Killing Joke, "Released from the Catacombs" by Skeletonwitch, and "Old School Hollywood" by System of a Down.
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