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    Episode 1045

    Donovan Morgan Grant joins Mike to discuss Batgirl: Year One, Barbara Gordon's amazingly retold origin story from 2003. Before that, however, the two touch upon Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, as well as Donovan's recent viral tweet. For the latest episode of Questions: We Don't Have Answers, follow this link. [ 1:41:55 || 50.6 MB ]
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    Epsiode 594

    This week on Dread Media, action month continues as Desmond and Tom discuss the Belgian homage to Italian Westerns and poliziottesco films: Let the Corpses Tan. But it is bookended first by Desmond reviewing and then giving away a copy of Halloween (2018) to one lucky Facebook Group member, and a story of real-life road rage that almost led to bloodshed just this weekend. There are songs: "Halloween Theme" by John Carpenter, Cody Carpenter, and Daniel Davies; "Shootout" by Murder By Death; and "Buenas Tardes Amigo" by Ween. [ 1:03:48 || 31.7 MB ]
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    Episode 1044

    Mike opens the show by delivering a plethora of thank yous, then he and Dan look at the two Mark Hamill episodes of The Flash (1990): "The Trickster" and "The Trial of the Trickster." They also briefly (and without spoilers) discuss the recent "Elseworlds" crossover on Supergirl, Green Arrow, and The Flash (2014). [ 1:01:35 || 31.4 MB ]
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    Episode 593

    This week, kick off the New Year with some action films in Action January. Or Action Jacksonuary? I'm working on it. First up, Darryll and Desmond not seeing each other for a long time is the disease and a ridiculously drunk review of Sylvester Stallone's Cobra is the cure. Only, they spend more time talking about Rocky than Cobra. Regardless, it's fun. Finally, someone sober comes along and sticks to their guns in Tom Deja's review of a more recent example of Stallone's lesser fare: Eye See You. Kickass action tunes commence: "The Smiling Cobra" by Melvins, "Blatant Violence" by Iron Reagan, "Missed Your Eyes" by Tito and Tarantula, and "High on the Crime" by Turbonegro. [ 1:07:53 || 33.6 MB ]
  5. We kick off 2019 with a DVD commentary of what is without a doubt the most over-the-top Arnold Schwarzenegger movie ever: Commando! [ 1:32:50 || 46.1 MB ]
  6. Ian and Dave are, once again, joined by Dan Toland, and together they examine the 1986 unsold pilot I-Man. When single father and taxi driver Jeffery Wilder helps rescue people from a traffic accident, he unwittingly breathes in space gas that was being transported by NASA. The gas gives Jeffery the ability to instantly heal from any injury. So, naturally, he is offered a job working for the government and is sent to stop an insane billionaire from holding the country to ransom with stolen laser weaponry. They also discuss well-dressed henchmen, an unexpected Star Trek connection that doesn't involve Scott Bakula, and Dave and Dan are reduced to tears of laughter at the fate of a raccoon. [ 2:11:52 || 68.1 MB ]
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    Episode 1042

    In this patron-suggested episode, Dan and Mike look at a classic comic book series that was long overdue for coverage on The Show. It's time to discuss the first six issues of the epic 12-part Squadron Supreme limited series! What themes does it touch upon that later comic books would get credit for, what makes it just as relevant now as it was in 1985, and how can you want the good guys to win and lose at the same time? You're one click away from hearing these answers. [ 1:06:25 || 34.9 MB ]
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    Episode 592

    This week, help Desmond bury 2018's bloated, horrible corpse in the back yard as he gives a State of the Podcast (as well as himself) before running down the year's best in books, comics, movies, and music. The music played on this episode comes from the top five records of the year, so you'll have to listen to find out! Happy New Year, Dreadites! [ 1:15:18 || 36.4 MB ]
  9. Fresh from their one-month hiatus in order that Pandy could properly double the children he is responsible for, what better way for The Brothers Wilson to round off International Year than with acclaimed Japanese animation director Hayao Miyazaki! The customary two films for them to explore this December are 2001 worldwide hit Spirited Away, and iconic 1988 ghost-cat / rabbit epic My Neighbor Totoro. Accompanying these are an admittedly sparse number of outtakes and the Tomlinson Awards! Along the road, Ian and Pandy encounter frankly racist accents, the podcast's first cold open, and find out just how tired they are. (Spoilers: Very!). Plus, who is the first actor for next year's Year of the Ring? [ 2:21:09 || 68.1 MB ]
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    Episode 1041

    In this edition of Earth-2-in-1, Batman and Man-Bat join forces to nab an assassin (The Brave and the Bold #119), while Daredevil and Black Widow go on the hunt for a Hydra cell (Daredevil #122). Also: Dan creates an awesome new character, and the guys reminisce about old comic book ads. [ 1:01:15 || 32.0 MB ]
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    Episode 1040

    Hannah and Jim talk BlizzCon, Red Dead Redemption 2, Antony Johnston's Stealing Life, and more! [ 1:12:03 || 37.8 MB ]
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    Episode 1039

    Will and Dan take a look at some classic holiday sitcom episodes, when they're not going over the city of Boston's fascination with Shelley Long, building the Hasbro Cinematic Universe from the ground up, or gushing about a 90s children's show in a way that will surprise no one who's ever paid any attention to Dan. [ 1:18:15 || 39.6 MB ]
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    Episode 1038

    Skyler and Will are back for more festive hijinks as they talk about the Jonathan Taylor Thomas vehicle I'll Be Home for Christmas. Will goes on multiple tirades, Skyler brings up some good points, and they learn the true meaning of Christmas. Or, they watch some rich kid get a Porsche. Whichever. [ 1:28:50 || 45.1 MB ]
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    Epsidoe 591

    Merry Christmas, and welcome to the Christmas special that almost wasn't. Instead of just defaulting to a regular episode and being a regular old bah-humbug, the Dread Media crew got together to present reviews of three new Christmas-themed horror films. First up, Desmond and Duane review the Norwegian Santa-slasher flick, Christmas Blood. Then, Tom goes solo in his review of the Christmas anthology film, All the Creatures Were Stirring. Finally, Rich the Monster Movie Kid takes a look at what happens when a family Christmas dinner goes horribly wrong in Mercy Christmas. Here are some crazy carols to get you through the season: "Because I'm Santa" by The Dollyrots, "Slay Rider" by Thor, "We Wish You a Protein Christmas" by The Fall, "Eat Steak" by Reverend Horton Heat, and, of course, "Silent Night, Deadly Night (acoustic)" by The Browns. [ 1:16:55 || 37.1 MB ]
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    Episode 46

    Doctor McCoy is accused of committing genocide ("Albatross"), a godlike alien being wants credit for assisting humanity's growth ("How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth?"), and everyone begins to de-age upon entering a backwards-flowing universe ("The Counter-Clock Incident"). And thus ends Star Trek: The Animated Series. Dan and Mike discuss the series as a whole, and a special guest brings us the Star Trek: Babies theme song. [ 1:21:35 || 39.6 MB ]