On Our Last Life 04
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By Aaron Robinson and Damien Wilkens
03 February 2016 — The two nicest heels in the world return to update everyone on how the past few months have gone, along with the expected wrestling and games talk. Topics include: Aaron's video game debut and his new belt, Damien's new blog, slightly spoilery Lucha Underground and NXT thoughts, Undertale's popularity, working for "exposure," getting noticed in creative fields, our VR future, and what a game created by Damien would be like.
Earth-2.net: The Show 855
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By The Syndicate
02 February 2016 — The ninth of Ian Wilson's Twelve Labours of Comic Reel-lief sees the man in question take in three films on the same subject, that being Frank Castle, The Punisher. Aided by no lesser source than Michael David Sims as to what to look out for, Ian takes in The Punisher from 1989, The Punisher from 2004, and 2008's Punisher: War Zone. Which is the most compelling of these three very different iterations of the same character? Listen in to find out!
Dread Media 440
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By Desmond Reddick
01 February 2016 — Gather your pack and howl at the moon as we kick off Feral February! This first episode in our month dedicated entirely to werewolves takes a look at some venerable, but perhaps not entirely well-known classics of the sub-genre. First off, Desmond and Darryll start what's going to be a comprehensive look at the most enduring werewolf franchise with 1981's The Howling. Then Devil Dinosaur Jr. goes back two full decades to take a look at Hammer's The Curse of the Werewolf before Rich the Monster Movie Kid goes back even further to 1956's science-y werewolf feature The Werewolf. There's some howling tunes for you, as well: "Up the Wolves" by The Mountain Goats, "Dirt Roads and Howls of Wolves" by Memento Mori, "Hairball Alley" by Rocket from the Crypt, "Of Wolf and Man" by Metallica, and "In the Hour of the Wolf" by Barishi.
The Edge of Forever 22
.: 1:12:52 :: 35.4 MB :.
By The United Federation of Podcasters
31 January 2016 — A Klingon saboteur's attempt to poison a colony is thwarted by an infestation of rodents ("The Trouble with Tribbles"), and Kirk gambles for the freedom of The Enterprise ("The Gamesters of Triskelion"). One of these is hilariously awesome and deserves its status as a classic episode of Star Trek, while the other demonstrates every Star Trek trope.
Hey, an Actor!:
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By The Brothers Wilson
31 January 2016 — Kicking off 2016, Hey, an Actor! starts their profiling of more veteran actors with the renowned comedic tour-de-force Bill Murray. Ian and Pandy take in his early starring role in the army comedy Stripes; his most acclaimed dramatic role within Lost in Translation; and his most beloved film, Groundhog Day, which everyone loves apart from one of The Brothers Wilson who would rather watch Ghostbusters II instead. Listen in to hear not only which brother holds such an opinion, but also the general musings, which consider awful Christmas specials featuring James Cameron, the immense talent of Harold Ramis, and casting actors as the nightmarish Legend of Zelda character Tingle.
Tranquil Tirades 52:
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By Damien Wilkens and James Deaux
30 January 2016 — The Real Protagonists kick off the new year with Jupiter Ascending, a large mass of hot air that's really just stuff from other stuff under the guise of an "original story." Come for the snark, stay for the terrible impressions.
Twice as Bright, Half as Long 08.01
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By Dave Probert and Ian Wilson
28 January 2016 — With the Year of Cheese squarely behind them, Dave and Ian embark on their biggest project to date: David Lynch's Twin Peaks. In the pilot, the town of Twin Peaks is struck by tragedy when popular local girl Laura Palmer is found murdered, and Twin Peaks Sheriff Harry S. Truman finds himself out of his depth. When a second victim is found alive having crossed state lines, Harry is relieved to find FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper assigned to the case. In episode one, Cooper begins his investigation in earnest, Donna and James grow closer, and a fish contaminates Pete Martell's coffee. They also discuss a potential battle of the Facebook groups, bemoan the fact that the DVD really wants you to play one of the special features, and Ian expresses his love of the Log Lady.
Big Damn Heroes 96
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By Hannah Krueger and Will Ackerman
27 January 2016 — After an unintentional hiatus, The Heroes are back! And, well, they're certainly back with a movie. Join Will and Hannah as they talk about In Your Eyes.
Dread Media 439
.: 1:09:28 :: 33.6 MB :.
By Desmond Reddick
25 January 2016 — This week we close out January in style. First up, Desmond and Darryll give a look at the horror comedy Zombeavers. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid reviews the 1978 Carrie-ripoff, Jennifer. Desmond returns to go solo on two Troma releases: Joe Spinell's meta-narrative The Last Horror Film and the alternate history exploitation film Honky Holocaust. Of course, there's songs too: "Your Girlfriend's Head" by Zombina & The Skeletones, "Wynona's Big Brown Beaver" by Primus, "Jennifer" by The Eurythmics, "The Love Song" by Marilyn Manson, and "Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt" by Savage Messiah.
Dread Media 438
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By Desmond Reddick
18 January 2016 — Dread Media's no stranger to the occasional diverse episode, and this week is a perfect example of that. First, Desmond and Chris pay tribute to David Bowie in their review of The Hunger. Devil Dinosaur Jr. reckons with Human Centipede 3. Finally, Rich the Monster Movie Kid talks about Kurt Russell's beard, among other things, in his review of Bone Tomahawk. There's also some diverse music: "Funtime" by Iggy Pop, "Sick of You" by GWAR, "213" by Slayer, and it's all bookended by "Cat People (Putting Out the Fire)" and "Lazarus" by David Bowie. RIP David Bowie.
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