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Twice as Bright, Half as Long 08.07
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 08.07

.: 3:00:59 :: 63.5 MB :.

By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
29 July 2016 — Dave and Ian come to an important turning point in Twin Peaks. In episode 16, Cooper must draw upon everything he has learned in the wake of Maddy's murder in order to stop Bob before he kills again, leading him to a final confrontation which costs Leyland his life. In episode 17, the town is left reeling at the news of Leyland's guilt and subsequent death. Cooper prepares to leave Twin Peaks, but an FBI internal affairs investigation halts his departure. In episode 18, a suspended Cooper stands by his actions and finds an ally in DEA agent Denise Bryson. Jean Renault makes his play for One-Eyed Jacks and Cooper's career. They also uncover more of Ian's sordid criminal past in Canada, and Dave's intro to The Log Ian really isn't trying that hard anymore.
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Dread Media 465
Dread Media 465

.: 2:03:04 :: 59.3 MB :.

By Desmond Reddick
25 July 2016 — You know, sometimes Dread Media doesn't mess around when it comes to themed episodes. This week, we go all out with anthologies. Desmond and Darryll got together last weekend and took in a theatrical double feature. That double feature spawned the two bookending film reviews they're doing this week. First up, Tales from the Crypt Presents Bordello of Blood which included a director / special effects artist / voice actor Q&A the fellas also discuss. Then in a special Stay Scary, Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a rundown of his favorite episode of every season of Tales from the Crypt on TV. You had to know that DD Jr. would come with the fire on an anthology episode. Then Desmond goes solo on a review of the brand new literary anthology Borderlands 6 after a short history of the series. Finally, Desmond and Darryll cover the grand-daddy of horror anthology films: Creepshow. There are tunes as well: "Devil's Whorehouse" by The Misfits, "Vampira" by Devin Townsend, "Tales from the Crypt" by Danny Elfman, "Over Borderlands" by Winterfylleth, "Run for Your Life" by The Creepshow, and "My Misery (Demon Knight)" by Machine Head.
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Dread Media 464
Dread Media 464

.: 1:07:08 :: 32.4 MB :.

By Desmond Reddick
18 July 2016 — It's improbable animal week on Dread Media. Things start off crazy and get even crazier as the show carries on. First up, Desmond and Duane take a look at what happens when a little boy accidentally gets a black mamba in the mail in Venom. Then, keep an eye on your kids because Devil Dinosaur Jr. is at the zoo when an animal rage virus breaks out in Zoombies. Then, one of the most improbably animals of all fights other giant improbably alien animals in the reprehensible Gamera Super Monster. Animalistic tunes headed your way: "Snake Church" by Ringworm, "Iron Mamba" by Skinflint, "I'm an Animal" by Neko Case, "Gamera" by Varga, and "Don't Feed the Animals" by Shooter Jennings.
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On Our Last Life 05
On Our Last Life 05

.: 1:23:06 :: 39.9 MB :.

By Aaron Robinson and Damien Wilkens
18 July 2016 — Aaron and Damien are back with a very timely look at last month's E3, along with their usual ramblings. Aaron recalls his encounters with some naughty children, whilst Damien explains the plight of the unknown YouTuber.
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Dread Media 463
Dread Media 463

.: 1:16:10 :: 36.8 MB :.

By Desmond Reddick
11 July 2016 — This week Dread Media presents a feature-length conversation with cult filmmaker David DeCoteau. David's career began in the very early 80s working for Roger Corman, then with Charles Band, and continues to pump out B-Movies to this day. The interview discusses his career beginnings to the modern-day with a focus on the brand new Blu-ray release of his classic Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama. To continue the theme, Desmond also reviews issue 11 of Delirium magazine. There are, of course, songs: "Take the Skinheads Bowling" by Manic Street Preachers, an excerpt from "Here in the Darkness" by Greg Stone, "Masked by Delirium" by Municipal Waste, and "The Absolute Center of a Pitch Black Heart" by -(16)-.
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The Edge of Forever Special 01
The Edge of Forever Special 01

.: 50:18 :: 24.6 MB :.

By The United Federation of Podcasters
10 July 2016 — In the first Edge of Forever Special, Dan and Mike discuss the ramifications of the CBS / Paramount v Axanar lawsuit. Specifically, the guys look at the new guidelines fan filmmakers must follow, as outlined by CBS / Paramount. Which rules do they find to be fair, and which do they believe demand too much?
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Earth-2.net: The Show 880
Earth-2.net: The Show 880

.: 33:20 :: 17.3 MB :.

By The Syndicate
05 July 2016 — Mike actually makes it all the way through a Previews episode without taking a break! The intro, though, that took several tries.
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Tranquil Tirades 57: The Apocalypse
Tranquil Tirades 57:
The Apocalypse

.: 2:07:08 :: 65.4 MB :.

By Damien Wilkens and James Deaux
04 July 2016 — The Summer of Collaboration ™ begins as Will Ackerman joins The Real Protagonists to cover The Apocalypse, a Sandra Bernhard vehicle that you've never heard of, probably because it was a Sandra Bernhard vehicle.
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Dread Media 462
Dread Media 462

.: 1:22:04 :: 39.6 MB :.

By Desmond Reddick
04 July 2016 — This week, Dread Media provides reviews of three very different films. First up, Desmond and Duane review the moody indie urban fantasy film He Never Died. Devil Dinosaur Jr. changes pace on the ultra-low-budget Troma film about alien monsters who are a... ahem... pain in the butt: Chubbies. Then Rich the Monster Movie Kid once again classes up the joint with his review of the big-budget theatrical horror sequel The Conjuring 2. There's music as well: "Twist of Cain" by Danzig, "Divine" by Rollins Band, "Livin' in the 80's" by Zero Boys, "London Calling" by The Clash, and "If I Was God... I Would Burn It All" by Kataklysm. RIP Robin Hardy.
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Hey, an Actor!: Sir Michael Caine
Hey, an Actor!:
Sir Michael Caine

.: 2:41:44 :: 78.0 MB :.

By The Brothers Wilson
02 July 2016 — The 30th episode of Hey, an Actor! sees The Brothers Wilson pay tribute to the celebrated Cockney actor Sir Michael Caine. Whilst The Ipcress File is a seminal non-Bond espionage movie of the 1960s and Harry Brown makes full use of Caine's military persona as an OAP vigilante, it's The Muppet Christmas Carol in which the hosts really gush their critical juices. But are they too lenient on this English acting legend? Will Ian's Crow analogy come unstuck? And can The Brothers Wilson overcome the challenge of Tom Hemmings to avoid Caine impressions? Also, bear witness to Pandy's potential last words before he goes into surgery.
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The Edge of Forever 26
The Edge of Forever 26

.: 1:06:15 :: 32.3 MB :.

By The United Federation of Podcasters
01 July 2016 — Racism runs wild when Kirk and crew discover an alien world suffering from a version of The Cold War ("The Omega Glory"). Then a scientist attempts to prove that computers are more capable than humans ("The Ultimate Computer"). In other words, it's another day in Star Trek land.
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Twice as Bright, Half as Long 08.07
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 08.07

Dread Media 465
Dread Media 465

Dread Media 464
Dread Media 464


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