Tranquil Tirades 45:
.: 2:24:38 :: 73.0 MB :.
By Damien Wilkens and James Deaux
30 June 2015 — Van Damme does it feel like a long time since your hosts have been able to kick back with a fun action movie. Well, okay, Double Team is a mostly nonsensical, often baffling collection of loosely related scenes, but the ending is cool! Look, we'll take what we can get at this point.
Hey, an Actor!:
.: 2:14:36 :: 56.9 MB :.
By The Brothers Wilson
29 June 2015 — It's a month for national treasures, but that's enough about Ian. June sees Hey, an Actor! feature England's greatest octogenarian / actress to have played James Bond's boss: Dame Judi Dench. Opening up the film career of her autumn years, The Brothers Wilson take stock of lightweight French film Chocolat, a royal biography in Mrs. Brown, and her critically acclaimed 2013 turn as the title role in Philomena opposite Steve Coogan. Amongst this is the fallout from Ian's 30th birthday, an odd choice for utilizing the Heather Graham time-out, and Pandy's multitude of jingles, including a personalized one for selected feedbackers. Also, the featured actor for August is given a very bizarre introduction.
Dread Media 409
.: 1:25:05 :: 41.1 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
29 June 2015 — It's big, it's hairy, and it's long. We're not just talking about your cohosts, either. In this episode, Darryll and Desmond take on Peter Jackson's King Kong remake in a drunken review where, yes, they finally have it out on the show over The Lord of the Rings films. Then, King Kong versus Mechani-Kong in a brand new Stay Scary of King Kong Escapes courtesy of your friendly neighborhood Devil Dinosaur Jr. There's some ape tunes as well: "King Kong Brigade" by Off!, "Kong at the Gates" by The Misfits, "Escape" by Alice Cooper, and "Simianimal" by Sub Contra Blues.
A Cure For the Common Podcast: A WWF 1997 Retrospective - Week 09
.: 2:04:11 :: 59.7 MB :.
By Kellen Scrivens and Tom Hemmings
24 June 2015 — While Shotgun and Superstars continue their "one show, two names" phase, Monday Night Raw makes its way to Berlin, Germany with a fabulous main event between Owen Hart and The British Bulldog for the European Championship. Also: Sycho Sid v Mankind, Bret Hart v Hunter Hearst Helmsley, and an Ahmed Johnson promo.
Bigger on the Inside 143 and The Edge of Forever 17
.: 2:18:52 :: 66.9 MB :.
By The Children of Time and The United Federation of Podcasters
23 June 2015 — As a thank you for being so very patient, presented today are Bigger on the Inside 143 and The Edge of Forever 17 as one episode! First: The Doctor creates a problem for himself ("Listen"), and then he creates a problem for himself ("Time Heist"). Second: Kirk punches a hippie to tears ("The Apple"), then he watches in horror as his ship is used for a suicide run ("The Doomsday Machine"). (Notes: The Edge of Forever portion of this combined episode is not censored like its Bigger on the Inside counterpart, and these episodes were recorded in March.)
The Edge of Forever 17 and Bigger on the Inside 143
.: 2:18:52 :: 67.1 MB :.
By The United Federation of Podcasters and The Children of Time
23 June 2015 — As a thank you for being so very patient, presented today are The Edge of Forever 17 and Bigger on the Inside 143 as one episode! First: Kirk punches a hippie to tears ("The Apple"), then he watches in horror as his ship is used for a suicide run ("The Doomsday Machine"). Second: The Doctor creates a problem for himself ("Listen"), and then he creates a problem for himself ("Time Heist"). (Notes: The Edge of Forever portion of this combined episode is not censored like its Bigger on the Inside counterpart, and these episodes were recorded in March.)
Big Damn Heroes 93
.: 54:09 :: 26.3 MB :.
By Hannah Krueger and Will Ackerman
22 June 2015 — Will and Hannah have reached episode 93, and oh my, what have we here? Could it be the show finally living up to the potential of its premise and tie-in nature? Could it be one of the most epic tie-ins that the show has had so far? Could it be the prelude to an incredibly massive shift to the show? But to get there, they will have to get through a case of the idiot ball getting passed around, an episode implying something pretty awful, and some out-of-character moments. Join the Heroes as they cover "TAHITI," "Yes Men," and "End of the Beginning."
Dread Media 408
.: 1:26:41 :: 41.8 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
22 June 2015 — The beautiful woman who is more than she seems. An entire race victimized by mankind. The cross-dressing werewolf. This week's episode is all about monsters that aren't monsters. Arthouse romance meets monster movie as Darryll and Desmond review the brand new movie Spring. Desmond goes solo on the first volume of the brand new comic Clive Barker's Nightbreed from Boom! Studios. Then Duane joins Desmond for a review of the cross-dressing werewolf movie Der Samurai. Strap in! There are some face-melting monstrous tunes, too! "Leave Your Skin at the Door" by Ringworm, "The Dragonfly" by Clutch, "From Screaming Graves We Rise" by Diemonsterdie, "The Wolf I Feed" by Napalm Death, and "Look Out, There's a Monster Coming" by Bonzo Dog Band.
Dread Media Presents 46:
Tomb of Dracula #40-44
.: 51:28 :: 24.9 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
21 June 2015 — Blade returns! The cinematic qualities of Gene Colan's art. Which of the vampire hunters is a virgin? The woes of a published writer. Psychedelic horses. The first proper crossover with the wider Marvel Universe! All topics in this edition of Dying in the Gutters as Desmond and Chris tackle Tomb of Dracula #40-44.
Earth-2.net: The Show 801
.: 31:15 :: 15.5 MB :.
By The Syndicate
20 June 2015 — Sure, it's a touch late in the month, but that doesn't mean the June Previews was forgotten about.
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