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  1. Today Hannah and Jim dive into the 2020 Hugo nominations, and take a look at LOUD by Maria Llovet. [ 48:47 || 37.9 MB ]
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    Episode 664

    This week on Dread Media, we get a little gritty. First up, Desmond and Duane take a look at Tobe Hooper's Eaten Alive. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid takes a look at the grimy classic, Maniac. Songs included: "I Saw a Tiger" by Matt Heafy, "Eat Me Alive" by Judas Priest, "Maniac" by Firewind, and "Nasty" by The Damned. [ 1:04:10 || 31.0 MB ]
  3. Jodie Whittaker makes her debut as The Doctor in "The Woman Who Fell to Earth," and along the way she meets four new friends: Grace, Graham, Ryan, and Yasmin. Together they team-up to prevent the nefarious Tzim-Sha from abducting a human trophy. But at what cost? [ 59:14 || 48.6 MB ]
  4. Dan and Mike visit an overlooked corner of the Star Wars universe: the 1977 Marvel Comics adaptation. Specifically, the guys look at the first six issues of the long-running series. [ 1:21:01 || 64.9 MB ]
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    Episode 663

    This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Tom take in Richard Stanley's first in a trilogy of Lovecraft adaptations: Color Out of Space. And, since we know that the second film in the trilogy is The Dunwich Horror, I give a Dread Media Top 5 on recommendations for the third film. Your cosmic horror soundtrack: "Everybody's Going to Die" by The Church of the Cosmic Skull, "Pink Thing" by XTC, "Lovecraft in Brooklyn" by Mountain Goats, and "HP Lovecraft" by Bloodhag. [ 57:20 || 27.7 MB ]
  6. To honor the proposed release of Bond #25, No Time to Die, The Brothers Wilson have also delayed the episode dedicated to the winner of our James Bond actor poll from earlier in the year: Timothy Dalton. The hosts look at the 1970 adaptation of the classic novel Wuthering Heights, before turning to slightly classier fare in Fran Drescher's The Beautician and the Beast. Then, by popular demand, the hosts review Hot Fuzz. Along the way, we have anecdotes regarding wedding reception music requests, lockdown quizzes, and a duet between singing space professors. And just how well do you know Alan Tudyk? [ 3:01:47 || 188.3 MB ]
  7. After chatting about Tiger King for a few minutes, Dan and Mike provide a DVD-style commentary for the very first episode of Spider-Man: The Animated Series. [ 45:28 || 33.2 MB ]
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    Episode 662

    It's the one-month countdown to episode 666, so let's get Satanic! First up, Duane joins Desmond to discuss the brand new horror comedy Satanic Panic. Then Tom reviews the Hammer Film To the Devil a Daughter. There's also some audio to play backwards: comedy from Bill Hicks, "Better by You, Better Than Me" by Judas Priest, "Death and the Virgin" by Inkubus Sukkubus, "Super Charger Heaven" by White Zombie, and "That's When I Became a Satanist" by Entombed. [ 1:00:48 || 29.4 MB ]
  9. Thanks to Skyler, today you will hear a panel featuring the writer (Chris Pare), director (Jeff Chan), and star (Robbie Amell) of Code 8. [ 36:54 || 26.5 MB ]
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    Episode 661

    This week sees Duane and Desmond taking a look at the Hungarian sort-of fantasy film, White God. Keeping the canine theme running, from the complete other side of the spectrum, Rich the Monster Movie Kid returns to Dread Media with a review of the Canadian horror/comedy Wolfcop. Here are some dog-walking tunes: "God = Dog" by Behemoth, "When Good Dogs Do Bad Things" by The Dillinger Escape Plan, "Year of the Wolf" by Motorhead, and "Jingle of a Dog's Collar" by Butthole Surfers. [ 54:41 || 26.5 MB ]
  11. After surviving the extended pilot, Ian and Dave start their viewing of Automan as an episodic series. In "Staying Alive While Running a High Flashdance Fever," the police are trying to locate a kidnapped informant who is trying to implicate a well-respected judge in a corruption scandal. Also, Automan dances a bit. In "The Great Pretender," after a delivery of paper for printing money is hijacked, Walter and Automan seek to flush out the prime suspect behind it by aggressively targeting his other rackets. Finding themselves at the center of a mob power struggle, have Walter and "Mr. Otto" bitten off more than they can chew? They also discuss the show messing with its own ground rules, is Walter actually a jerk, and what exactly is Roxy's job in the police department? [ 1:29:08 || 37.0 MB ]
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    Episode 660

    This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Tom sit down to discuss the frustrating Korean curse / possession film The Wailing. Then Desmond goes solo on a Dread Media Top 5 Unconventional Possession Stories. Songs include: "Get Possessed" by Polkadot Cadaver, "Devil Stomp" by Guitar Wolf, "Time Is On My Side" by The Rolling Stones, and "Blessed and Possessed" by Powerwolf. [ 52:11 || 25.3 MB ]
  13. The Brothers Wilson may have been delayed by global events, but certainly not curtailed as they bring you their March episode in mid-April, featuring modern day Hollywood star Cameron Diaz. From the now-retired actress' body of work, Ian and Pandy delve into her surprise dramatic turn in the off-beat Being John Malkovich, her star turn in low-brow comedy hit There's Something About Mary, and her being one of the four pillars of seasonal romantic comedy The Holiday alongside many former HAA subjects. The episode also answers the obscure questions of which films had a prolific influence on screenwriter Russel T. Davies, where does Mr. Freeze fit into a Cameron Diaz movie, and which brother brought up the practice of dogging in a work meeting. All this, plus: puppets, cottaging, and the second instalment of "The Year of Hemmings" as attempted humor during these trying times. Go listen! [ 2:45:21 || 160.9 MB ]
  14. Pandy provides an alcohol-fueled DVD-style commentary of Justice League! [ 2:08:50 || 88.2 MB ]
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    Episode 659

    This week on Dread Media, our old friend Phil Mucci returns to talk about current events, George A. Romero's late zombie films, and how the music video he shot for Huntress led to his new graphic novel Murder Vibes from the Monster Dimension. Rounding it out is some of my favorite music of the year so far: "The Ugly Truth" by Kirk Windstein; "All the Bad Men" by Psychotic Waltz; "Take On Me" by Posehn feat. Jill Janus, Rob Cavestany, Chuck Billy, and Steve Souza; "Logic Ravaged by Brute Force" by Napalm Death; as well as a listener submitted reading of "Alone" by Edgar Allan Poe by Kris Vangalis. Grab Phil's graphic novel at www.professordariobava.com! [ 1:16:53 || 37.1 MB ]
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    Episode 658

    In this week's episode, we pay tribute to the late, great master of horror, Stuart Gordon. First, Duane and Desmond take in a viewing of his ripped-from-the-headlines final feature film, Stuck. Then Desmond goes solo on a Dread Media Top 5 favorite Stuart Gordon films featuring a mix of classics and under-appreciated gems. Songs included: "From the Deep" by The Browns and "Stuck" by Leprous. [ 1:03:21 || 30.6 MB ]
  17. As a distraction from the world outside, Dan and Mike decided to provide a commentary track for the pilot episode of Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. If you would like to follow along, all episodes of the TV show are streaming on DC Universe. [ 1:50:45 || 77.5 MB ]
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    Episode 657

    This week on Dread Media, it's an old-fashioned grab-bag! First up, Tom and I discuss David Twohy's meta-narrative thriller A Perfect Getaway. Then, Desmond goes solo on Paul von Stoetzel's adaptation of Ed Kurtz's story in the short film Mules. Finally, your intrepid host has a recommendation for something to binge-watch in these days of the plague: Channel Zero: No-End House. Songs included: "No Vacation" by Monster Magnet, "Getaway" by KISS, "Muleskinner Blues (Live)" by Hick'ry Hawkins, "Infinite End" by Arcadea, and "The Bandits of Shamblekeep" by Ovid's Withering. [ 1:04:41 || 31.3 MB ]
  19. An entity from a space-cloud takes control of Captain Picard ("Lonely Among Us"), and Wesley is put on death row for trampling flowers ("Justice"). [ 1:01:26 || 46.6 MB ]
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    Episode 656

    This week on Dread Media, try to take your mind off of the global pandemic with us as we rejoice in the insane spectacle that is the live concert film of German Industrial Metal titans Rammstein. Desmond and Darryll stumbled upon this masterpiece as they are left agog after a viewing of Jonas Akerlund's Rammstein: Paris. Then, Desmond runs down his favorite Rammstein music videos in a Dread Media Top 5. Finally, Tom keeps the weird German train rolling as he takes a look at Roland Emmerich's bizarre early film, Making Contact (or Joey, depending on where you live). Songs included: "Wollt Ihr Das Bett In Flammen Sehen," "Mein Til," and "Deutschland" all by Rammstein, "Delicious Demon (Life's Too Good)" by The Sugarcubes, and "We Like to Party (Vengabus)" by Devin Townsend, Anneke Van Giersebergen and Che Aimee Dorval. [ 1:10:30 || 34.1 MB ]
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    Episode 655

    This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Duane take a critical look at the trilogy that is central to Rob Zombie's oeuvre: House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects, and 3 From Hell. This episode even comes packaged with a drinking game! Also, there are tunes from the movies and / or the director of said movies: "Grease Paint and Monkey Brains" by White Zombie, "House of 1000 Corpses" by Rob Zombie, "Lord Don't Let Me Die in a Cheap Motel" by Banjo & Sullivan, "The Wild One" by Suzi Quatro, and "Hands of Death" by Alice Cooper with Rob Zombie. [ 1:26:12 || 41.6 MB ]
  22. In today's episode of The Show, Hannah and Jim speak with author KM Szpara about his novel Docile. [ 37:49 || 28.4 MB ]
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    Episode 654

    This week on Dread Media, we celebrate the return of Brian Keene after five long years. In this discussion we talk about a wide range of things: podcasting, the legacy of the late JF Gonzalez, writing Thor, and his brand new book End of the Road. Then, on top of that, Tom Deja swings by to review Invisible Man. Of course, there are tunes: "Metal Gods" by Judas Priest, "At the End of the Road" by Murder by Death, "Invisible Man" by The Breeders, and "Valhalla Rising" by Grand Magus. Visit Brian at www.briankeene.com. [ 55:35 || 26.9 MB ]
  24. After an unexpected break that was Dave's fault, Dave and Ian are back with their firs show of 2020: Automan from 1983. They are joined by Dan Toland to talk about the pilot episode, where nerdy police computer expert Walter Nebicher creates a sentient hologram called Automan in order to fight crime. Walter and Automan are soon put to the test when Walter's colleague, Lt. Jack Curtis, goes missing while investigating the disappearance of several scientists. The trail will lead them to Switzerland, where Patrick Macnee is up to no good. On the way they discuss how much Switzerland looks in no way like California, debate how many people Automan kills along the way, and ponder on whether it is possible to waste the talent of Doug McClure. [ 1:56:24 || 48.5 MB ]
  25. Dave Probert joins Christian on List and Shout, where they examine their favorite medics, diagnose the worst ones, and probe the most incredible operations ever put to screen and page. [ 2:01:01 || 149.0 MB ]