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  1. Episode 34

    Captain Kirk finds himself the unwitting lover a woman who's to be married off to prevent a war ("Elaan of Troyius"). Then Kirk and Spock are held captive by a former Fleet Captain who wishes to rule with an iron fist ("Whom Gods Destroy"). Plus: Dan and Mike discuss the first full Star Trek: Discovery trailer, as well as the trailer for The Orville. [ 1:00:42 || 29.6 MB ]
  2. Dave and Ian bring their viewing of Star Cops to a close with the last three episodes. In "A Double Life," the frozen embryos of a rich and powerful woman are stolen from the new Moonbase hospital facility, and the prime suspect has a perfect alibi. In "Other People's Secrets," David shadows the Moonbase's chief engineer to see if he is a saboteur, and the team are analyzed by a psychiatrist who also happens to be Devis' ex-wife. Finally, in "Little Green Men and Other Martians," two reporters arrive on Moonbase amid rumors of an amazing discovery on Mars, which someone is willing to kill for. They also go over the show as a whole, name their series MVPs, and Statistician Ian institutes a new approach for the next show to be covered. [ 2:39:52 || 61.5 MB ]
  3. Episode 517

    This week, Desmond may have lost the original episode slated for this week, but that didn't stop him from working harder and producing another one for your listening pleasure. This episode is based around investigative horror. First, Duane and Desmond review The Quiet Ones, where a group of scholars conduct an experiment on a troubled young girl. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. gives us a Stay Scary on The Appointment, where a malevolent force preys upon a family. Then Desmond presents a Dread Media Top Five on fun, weird, investigative pulp horror across all media. Then, of course there's music: "The Experiment" by Prometheon, "Cum on Feel the Noize" by Slade, "My Girl" by Madness, "Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion" by Fantomas, and "World Gone Mad" by Life of Agony. [ 1:03:26 || 30.7 MB ]
  4. Episode 964

    Ian Wilson returns to introduce a previously unreleased comic book movie review between him, Dave Probert, and Jim Moon, with the English trio looking at League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. There are also updates as to the current status of Comic Reel-lief and For Your Ears Only. [ 1:32:05 || 46.1 MB ]
  5. Ian and Dave's coverage of Star Cops continues with another three episodes. In "Trivial Games and Paranoid Pursuits," Spring travels to the space station Ronald Regan in order to try and get permission to place officers on US space facilities. He is soon joined by Kenzy and together they uncover a conspiracy to hide laboratory accident. In "This Case to be Opened in a Million Years," Spring is forced to take leave on Earth and finds himself framed by the Mafia who are using scheduled nuclear waste rocket shots for smuggling. "In Warm Blood" sees a ship turn up with all of the crew dead, and Spring finds his investigation hampered by the Japanese corporation who own it, and Devis utterly fails at undercover work. They also discuss one episode's awful racism, instigate Space Hair Watch, and find they share similar opinions on The Rocky Horror Picture Show. [ 2:38:19 || 62.5 MB ]
  6. Special 06

    The 13th incarnation of The Doctor has been revealed, and the guys are excited for her. [ 10:45 || 6.9 MB ]
  7. 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. [ 2:07:08 || 65.4 MB ]
  8. Episode 516

    This week, malevolent forces invade the minds and lives of the innocent! First, Desmond and Duane look at a deal-with-the-devil-gone-wrong film: Devil's Domain. Devil Dinosaur Jr. dives into a Stay Scary of a film where a woman is haunted by the ghosts of nasty children in Full Circle (AKA The Haunting of Julia). Finally, Desmond's son, Cade, joins him to discuss water and Naomi Watts in their review of The Ring Two. Songs include: "She Wants Me (Dead)" by The Satans, "Lisa and the Devil" by The Browns, "Theme from Full Circle" by Colin Towns, "Into the Public Bath" by Cattle Decapitation," and "Waterwitch" by Candlemass. [ 1:21:24 || 39.3 MB ]
  9. Episode 514

    This week, Dread Media embarks on the first of what we hope is many David Cronenberg double features. Chris and Desmond grab films from his early career, and his creative peak, to kick things off: Rabid and Dead Ringers. Then they play music: "Necromantic Woman" by Space God Ritual, "Rabid (Over Your)" by The Damned, "Dead Ringer Struck" by Truth, and "The Operating Room" by Howard Shore. [ 1:33:40 || 45.2 MB ]
  10. In this episode, featuring Daredevil #2, you will believe a blind man can blind like no other blind man before, as Matt Murdoch flies a spacecraft in his battle against Electro! Don't get too excited, it's kinda crap. [ 13:14 || 15.8 MB ]
  11. Episode 478

    This week, Dread Media welcomes author Sezin Koehler for an in-depth chat about her two unique novels, American Monsters and Crime Rave, as well as talk about upcoming work and the craft of writing. It's a great conversation. Then Rich the Monster Movie Kid jumps in with a review of Phantasm: Ravager, as well as a rundown of the entire Phantasm series. Also, we have what has to be the most diverse lineup of music the show's ever seen in a single episode: "Rave On" by Buddy Holly, "Be Kind to Your Neighborhood Monster" by the Sesame Street Monsters, "Left Hand Path" by Entombed, and "Saint of Killers" by Damn Laser Vampires. RIP Steve Dillon. [ 1:29:44 || 43.3 MB ]
  12. Episode 963

    In the second female-dominated edition of List and Shout, Pandy and Christian cover the full spectrum of old women in fiction: the hottest, the coolest, and the meanest. Plus, Pandy unmasks the real villains of a classic Disney film while Christian weighs in on the recent Beauty and the Beast remake. [ 1:22:30 || 42.1 MB ]
  13. Episode 515

    This week, Desmond is in London, but Dread Media fights to continue with an episode based around fighting. First up, Desmond and Duane look at the upcoming martial arts action / horror film Karate Kill. Then, The Commonwealth Crew returns for another Dread Reel-ief, looking at a sequel to a film they disagreed about; did Ian and Desmond disagree on Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem? You'll have to hang around to see. Tunes include: "Fight" by Early Man, "Karate" by Tenacious D, "Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem" by Brian Tyler, and "Fight 'Em 'Til You Can't" by Anthrax. [ 56:20 || 27.3 MB ]
  14. Halifax, Nova Scotia is the latest battleground in the WWF's Canada / USA conflict featuring Bret Hart, Owen Hart, and The British Bulldog taking on any three Americans in a Flag Match. In addition, the Patriot wrestles his first-ever WWF match in Canada. All this, plus: what happens when local jobbers clearly aren't local, and how will Kellen and Tom cover a missing episode of Shotgun Saturday Night? [ 2:18:27 || 64.7 MB ]
  15. It's Ian's birthday month and for Hey, an Actor! he has picked Kirsten Dunst as the featured star, even if he can't pronounce her first name properly. Making hay of her relatively long career for someone her age, The Brothers Wilson watch her grow from a child vampire in Interview with the Vampire to an assured teen performer in cheerleader / sports movie Bring It On, and finally as the adult lead in the overly serious Lars von Trier drama Melancholia. Along the way, they give everyone a dentistry update, Pandy reminisces about his wedding, and Ian turns heel on both Australians and the poor due to his potential homeowner status. And The Orgs drop feedback that is so entertaining that it gets remixed for the end theme! [ 3:07:45 || 90.5 MB ]
  16. Episode 962

    It might be coming a bit late this month, but it's Previews time! [ 44:53 || 25.5 MB ]
  17. Episode 513

    This week, we've got another episode of female monsters. Look out, because the female of the species is deadlier than the male. First up, Desmond and Duane study the Danish werewolf film When Animals Dream. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid does a postmortem on Ahmanet in the 2017 Universal reboot The Mummy. Finally, Desmond returns to discuss the procedures involved in dealing with zombies that have thoughts and feelings until they are tempted by flesh, especially when it involves The Girl with All the Gifts. Tunes include: "Werewolf Women of the SS" by Rob Zombie, "Moonlight Desires" by Cauldron, "Im-Ho-Tep (Pharaoh's Curse)" by Iced Earth, "Dark Secret Girl" by Turbonegro, and "Tarot Woman" by Dio. [ 1:06:05 || 31.9 MB ]
  18. This month, your heroes tackle one of the most universally reviled films in history: The Garbage Pail Kids Movie. Listen as they cover a film with no likable characters, no plot, no shame, and no mercy, all under the miasma of the most 1980s outfits ever seen. [ 2:09:22 || 70.2 MB ]
  19. In this episode, in which we cover House of Mystery #156, we're introduced to aspiring mad scientist Robby Reed as he uses an otherdimensional phone dial to become different superheroes, including one that flies around on a trail of superheated gas. The jokes just write themselves sometime. [ 8:37 || 8.6 MB ] [ download ]To listen, click here: [media]{url}[/media]
  20. Episode 961

    With its recent revival on Netflix, Dan, Wendee, and Will sit down to discuss the past, present, and future of Mystery Science Theater 3000. Also, tangents on subjects including Tumblr posts, 1980s schlock cinema, and 1990s cable channel history. Capsule? Capsule. [ 2:16:45 || 68.3 MB ]
  21. Episode 960

    Today we're all about live-action adaptations of Wonder Woman, namely: the five-minute oddity Wonder Woman: Who's Afraid of Diana Prince? from 1967; the 1975 TV-movie The New Original Wonder Woman, starring Lynda Carter; and the never-aired, Dark Knight-inspired Wonder Woman pilot from 2011. [ 1:27:40 || 44.6 MB ]
  22. Damien and Desmond talk wrestling. A lot. They needed a reason to bullshit regularly. Okay, another reason to bullshit regularly. So, why not go through the pay-per-views of ECW, the little wrestling promotion that could? See, Desmond is a lapsed fan whose final days were in the Attitude Era, and Damien is the fount of knowledge. That's the framework. This episode discusses the beginnings of Extreme Championship Wrestling, and, in particular, its first true PPV: 1997's Barely Legal. There's lots of critical talk about the ECW stable. Except New Jack. The producers of this podcast respect and admire Mr. Jack in every way and mean no disrespect in any way. [ 3:05:52 || 89.7 MB ]
  23. Episode 512

    This week there's a supernatural motorcycle bonanza. First up, Desmond and Duane review the Spanish horror comedy featuring a sexy witch who rides a motorbike: Witching & Bitching. Then, after far too long of a hiatus, the Commonwealth Crew is back as Ian joins Desmond to take a look at the misguided 2007 pre-Marvel Studios horror comic book movie, Ghost Rider. Then, of course, there are tunes: "Maiden, Mother & Crone" by The Sword, "Goddess" by Pentagram, "Ghost Rider in the Sky" by Spiderbait, and "Ghost Rider" by Henry Rollins. [ 1:09:22 || 33.5 MB ]
  24. Episode 14

    This week your friendly hosts took a break from Batman: The Animated Series (sort of). Instead of covering five episode of the show that launched the DC Animated Universe, they discussed the first (and only) DCAU theatrical release. Oh yes, it's Batman: Mask of the Phantasm! [ 2:26:08 || 66.8 MB ] The above is from:
  25. Episode 511

    This week, Desmond and Duane dig into the new horror film Bethany, so much that they had to record a separate spoiler section of their review for the very end of the episode. So stay tuned for that. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. walks alone in a Stay Scary of Drifter. Then there's music: "Batman Theme" by Al Hirt, "Psychic Twin" by Gruesome, "Love Won't Desert Us" by Push Kings, and "The Story of Batman" by Adam West. RIP Adam West. [ 56:29 || 27.3 MB ]