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  1. The Lost Episode of Animezing Podcast finally surfaces as Kellen and Tom from November 2014 discuss the final four episodes of Deadman Wonderland: "Worm Eater," "Undertaker," "GIG of Despair," and "Grateful Dead." In addition, they also cover the prequel OVA: The Red Knife Wielder. Join the Commonwealth duo as they discuss even more gratuitous violence and disturbing features than ever before, awkwardly discuss if there is a place for sexual assault as a plot element, and Kellen makes an announcement for a sabbatical that he has already been on for the past year. [ 1:33:52 || 45.7 MB ]

  2. The Brothers Wilson are back after the small matters of one becoming a father and the other expanding his cultural horizons abroad. But back to Earth, their November subject is the divisive Oscar- and Razzie-winning actress Halle Berry. Shunning her obvious comic book movie roles, the hosts take in her Academy Award-winning turn in Monster's Ball, her major supporting role in the 1998 political comedy Bulworth, and her starring role in the poorly received shark thriller Dark Tide. Also featured this month is Pandy's new game (which Ian is just as bad at), comments on the unsightly body hair of Billy Bob Thornton, and discussion as to what extent an actress is allowed to be outspoken. And we flesh out our schedule heading in to the new year! [ 2:34:53 || 74.7 MB ]

  3. We are ushering November into nothingness as Desmond has a second interview with author Nicole Cushing. The two talk about Thomas Ligotti, blurbs, philosophy, extreme horror, and weirdos in relation to her two new releases Mr. Suicide and The Mirrors. Rich the Monster Movie Kid swings by to cover the obscure HBO skin flick / thriller Tattoo. Then Desmond goes solo on the indie anthology film The Horror Network, and the most insane Christmas movie you'll ever see: 12 Disasters. And of course, music: "Suicide Messiah" by Black Label Society, "Mirrors" by Blue Oyster Cult, "Feel So Numb" by Rob Zombie, "Impending Disaster" by Devil Driver, and "TNA (The Nihilistic Army)" by Turbonegro. [ 1:50:44 || 53.4 MB ]

  4. Dave and Ian are back to cover another three episodes of Manimal. In "Night of the Scorpion," Chase helps an attractive young woman when her father is killed after discovering a list of KGB spies in the CIA. In "Female of the Species," Chase helps an attractive young woman who has been raised by wolves when she is brought to New York and becomes a target for an assassin. And in "High Stakes," Chase helps an attractive young woman who discovers that her kidnapped racehorse is being run by an unscrupulous rival under a different name. They also continue to be impressed by how Brooke is progressing, discuss the appeal of steel drums, and marvel at Panther PI. [ 2:22:12 || 52.9 MB ]

  5. Don't tell anybody because this week Dread Media commits podcasting crimes. First, Desmond and Darryll wreck a perfectly good camping trip in their review of Deliverance. Then Duane joins Desmond for some baseball bat-related shenanigans in their review of Cold in July. Then Desmond steals a police cruiser and goes looking for a lost girl in his solo reviews of Cop Car and Skin Traffik. Turn these tunes up! It might not be against the law, but I'm sure it will at least be a bylaw infraction: "Dueling Banjos" by Eric Weissberg, "Deliverance" by Corrosion of Conformity, "20 Miles to Texas, 25 to Hell" by Powerman 5000, "Looking for Blood" by The Donnas, and "White on White Crime" by Agoraphobic Nosebleed. [ 1:44:26 || 50.3 MB ]

  6. It's been a long, strange trip, but Chris and Desmond have finally gotten together to discuss the third and final season of the Netflix Series Hemlock Grove. How does it fare compared to the other two? Did their favorite character get more screen time? Who in the blue Hell is stoner Luke Wilson? You'll have to listen to find out. Desmond goes solo to close out the show with a review of Last Shift. Songs include: "Gypsy" by Mercyful Fate, "Victory" by Bad Religion, "Ritual Blast" by Occultist, and "Skin-Tight Boogie" by Eagles of Death Metal. [ 1:17:26 || 37.4 MB ]

  7. This week, we look at some recent horror comedies and an obscure TV movie. First, Duane and Desmond look at the great Canadian horror comedy Bloody Knuckles. Then Rich the Monster Movie Kid covers 1972's The People. Then Duane and Desmond take a look at The Slashening. There're tunes, as well: "Touch Me, I'm Sick" by Mudhoney, "Mongoloid" by Devo, "Starman" by David Bowie, "Dead Girls Don't Scream" by Thirteen Shots, and "Chlorine & Wine" by Baroness. RIP Gunnar Hansen. [ 1:31:46 || 44.3 MB ]

  8. The third of Ian Wilson's Twelve Labours of Comic Reel-lief is the hardest to date as the PanDemon has challenged him to undertake a lists episode without Tom "Stavros" Hemmings. Hear Ian attempt to keep the format sailing smoothly as he discusses the best and worst representations of female characters in comic book movies, as well as the most sexually pleasing female character on screen. But who is Ian's co-host? Will Ackerman? Hannah Krueger? Adham Fisher? Stavros in a falsetto voice? It's definitely one of them! [ 2:20:35 || 67.8 MB ]

  9. This week we look at some women scorned. First off, an exploitation classic as Darryll and Desmond look at Abel Ferrara's rape-revenge masterpiece Ms. 45. Then Duane joins Desmond to review the murdered witch back for revenge in Antonio Margheriti's The Long Hair of Death. Then Desmond goes solo in a review of I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine. Tunes included: "Nuns Have No Fun" by Mercyful Fate, "New York's Alright (If You Like Saxophones)" by Fear, "The Witch is Burning" by Doublestone, "Forced Gender Reassignment" by Cattle Decapitation, and "I Spit on Your Grave" by Ghoultown. [ 1:29:20 || 43.1 MB ]

  10. Ooh, ooh, Wrestlemania! Yeah this is our life! It's finally here, the biggest week ever of this podcast. Weighing in at over four hours, this show has it all, from Owen Hart's unforgettable antics at The Slammys to the blood soaked canvas that launched the biggest draw in wrestling history. Plus japes, jokes, Shotgun, Superstars, Free for All, the post-Mania Raw, and plenty of Sid and Ahmed Johnson promos, what's not to love? Join us for the granddaddy of the all! [ 4:20:43 || 125.2 MB ]

  11. Ian and Dave embark on the final show of The Year of Cheese with Manimal. In "Manimal," police officer Brooke Mackenzie stumbles across an arms smuggling ring that leads to her partner's death. Her pursuit of justice leads her to police consultant Dr. Jonathan Chase and his friend Ty. She soon discovers that Chase has learned the secret of transforming into animals. In "Illusion," Brooke leads the arrest of a smuggler with diplomatic immunity, while Chase must clear an innocent tiger of murder. They also discuss the bizarre rules of Chase's transformation, how Brooke is almost but not quite a progressive character, and Ian despairs at Dave's increasingly tortuous transformation puns. [ 2:16:45 || 52.7 MB ]

  12. Big Damn Heroes cohost, Hannah Krueger, again joins The Real Protagonists as they suffer through the second bewilderingly popular Twilight movie: New Moon. Listen as the three hosts chronicle how the most unlikable protagonist in film history becomes a blubbering mess over losing her abusive vampire boyfriend, and then anoints her best friend as the Mayor of the Friend Zone. [ 2:48:20 || 85.2 MB ]

  13. Aaron and Damien are back to discuss the horrible state of pro wrestling, the slightly less horrible state of video games, and sports. Seriously. Also, an explanation on why the Tranquil Tirades has yet to run any real ads. Topics include: sexism in Metal Gear Solid V, Undertale, King's Quest, outdated thoughts from before the most recent NXT TakeOver, cricket, and crowdfunding. [ 1:48:23 || 52.0 MB ]

  14. This week, it's a cavalcade of varied horror presentations leading up to Halloween! First up, Argentinian child vampires go under the microscope as Duane and Desmond review Children of the Night. Devil Dinosaur Jr. gets to the bottom of found footage black comedy / thriller Creep. Rich the Monster Movie Kid rounds off the audio end of his month-long tribute to Bela Lugosi in his review of Voodoo Man. Then Desmond returns to go solo on reviews of the possessed-child film June and the haunted house film We are Still Here. Tunes: "The Kids are All Dead" by Zombina and The Skeletones, "Children of the Night" by Calabrese, "Our Mutant" by Big Business, "Voodoo" by Godsmack, "Cold in Hell" by The Misfits, and "You Can't Kill The Devil" by Metal Allegiance featuring Chuck Billy. [ 1:13:19 || 35.4 MB ]

  15. Ten years ago today, The Show was born! To celebrate, the E2 gang took a look at movies and TV shows which were once in the future but are now in the past. Dan and Mike tackle the Back to the Future trilogy! Ian, Dave, and Jim Moon dive into Escape from New York! Will and James sit down to watch "Lisa's Wedding," from The Simpsons! And Hannah and Will suit-up for Neon Genesis Evangelion! [ 7:06:30 || 207.6 MB 

  16. Taking on the government this time, King Christian and Prime Minister Wilson honor their favorite leaders, condemn the most irritating bureaucrats, and determine the worst rulers ever to take office. Prepare for occasional spoilers; be prepared for some outrageous puns. Although Skype's rebelling, it isn't too telling. And responses from feedback? There's tons. Yes, their teeth and positions are out — List and Shout! [ 1:21:45 || 39.6 MB ]

  17. This week, Dread Media presents its (at least) annual conversation with our friend, filmmaker, writer, and film festival runner Gregory Lamberson. The fellas talk about Killer Rack on the festival circuit, Greg's first standalone horror novel Black Creek, the Buffalo Dreams Film Festival line-up, and the cult resurgence of Greg's 1988 classic Slime City. Rich the Monster Movie Kid comes on back to discuss this week's Bela Lugosi film in a review of The Devil Bat. And of course, there's music: "Working Class Hero" by Screaming Trees, "Killer Rack Title" by Armand Petri and Joe Rozier, "Diary of a Madman" by Ozzy Osbourne, and "Mission Creep" by Zombi. RIP Soledad Medrano. [ 1:31:03 || 43.9 MB ]