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  1. This week on Dread Media, Duane and I watched Porno! Then, to keep that ball rolling, I do a Dread Media Top 5 of Other Misleading Titles in Genre Film. Sorry, maybe next time. Songs included: "Pornstar 80 (Stardust Mix)" by Mary Shelley Overdrive, "Violent Pornography" by System of a Down, "Forget My Name" by Dub Trio feat. Meshell Ndegeocello, and "Porn Piece or the Scars of Cold Kisses" by Ulver. [ 54:57 || 26.6 MB ]
  2. This week on Dread Media, Desmond says hello to 2021, and pays tribute to the great things he discovered in 2020. Follow along as we see what books, comics, TV, podcasts, music, movies, and other releases get the Dread Media nod. Happy New Year, Dreadites! [ 1:30:21 || 43.6 MB ]
  3. Fresh off the scratching post in a French peasant's blockade: it's 2020's Hey, an Actor! Christmas Special! In accordance with tradition, the December Director is Tom Hooper and The Brothers Wilson sink their teeth into two of his high-profile adaptations of musicals. First, 2012's Les Miserables, and then 2019's Cats. Questions answered include: Whose were Pandy's first pair of filmic breasts? Which brother prefers a CGI abomination to a depressing French romp? And, what of all the musical offerings was chosen to end the episode? If that wasn't enough, there's also the Tomlinson Awards, a sma
  4. This week on Dread Media, we thought it appropriate to end 2020 with a discussion on suffering. As such, our old friend Sezin Koehler and our new friend Paula Ashe join Desmond to go in-depth on Pascal Laugier's Martyrs. This is a spoiler-filled, hour-long discussion of the themes, brutality, and possible ending of the film. And there's even a little glimmer of hope. So make sure you've watched it before listening. Songs: "Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr" by Trivium, "Your Witness" by Seppuku Paradigm, and "This Year" by Mountain Goats. [ 1:16:55 || 37.1 MB ]
  5. Doug Furnas and Phil LaFon's run on Shtogun continues in a match that the ring simply could not contain. Meanwhile, on Monday Night Raw, there's a special Christmas episode, and Shawn Michaels is in a very giving mood as he is forced to defend the European Championship against HHH. Kellen and Tom review Shawn's championship history in despair. [ 1:40:23 || 48.3 MB ]
  6. Between tangents on the Disney shareholders meeting, Scooby-Doo, American Pie spin-offs, and what makes a Christmas movie, Skyler and Will find time to talk about Home Alone: The Holiday Heist. It has guilt trips, Malcolm McDowell, and a potentially drunk former Lou Grant cast member. [ 1:42:19 || 51.9 MB ]
  7. Happy Holidays from us here at Dread Media. This Christmas episode was cobbled together kind of last minute, but it turned out to be a great episode featuring several contributors! First off, Desmond and Duane review the "working late on Christmas Eve" film P2. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid dials into 3615 code Pere Noel. Finally, Tom Deja looks at the brand new crazy Christmas Grindhouse film Fatman. Christmas Carols included: "No Presents for Christmas" by Two Minutes to Late Night, "I'd Like You For Christmas" by Julie London, "Merry Christmas" by Bonnie Tyler, "Jingle Hell" by Christoph
  8. This week on the show, Desmond and Tom try to wrap their heads around the surreal French Canadian cosmic opera Shudder miniseries Blood Machines. Then, as if he wasn't put upon enough, Tom makes his way through the insanity that is Army of Frankensteins. Songs included: "Starship" by Turbonegro, "Cage Around the Sun" by Monster Magnet, "Army of Me" by Klone, and "Woman Machine" by Alice Cooper. [ 59:03 || 28.6 MB ]
  9. A much-delayed Hey, an Actor sees The Brothers Wilson take on some choice entries of the filmography of the groundbreaking stand-up comedian and actor Richard Pryor. Both hosts experience Brewster's Millions for the first time, whilst Pandy nominates one of Pryor's many collaborations with the great Gene Wilder in See No Evil, Hear No Evil, and Ian finally allows a comic book movie to be covered on HAA via Superman III. We also deliver a mea culpa from Ian (RE: the podcast's delay), gain Evie Wilson's familiarity with the DC Universe, and, in a first for the podcast, announce the subject of ou
  10. This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Duane go to The Church. Then, Desmond gets verbose in his Dread Media Top 5 Favorite Italian Horror Films Not Directed by Bava / Argento / Fulci. And, of course, there's music: "My Church is Black" by Me and That Man, "Church Breaks Down" by Helloween, "Night Danger" by Pretty Maids, and "Love Me Like A Reptile" by Ellefson. [ 1:08:10 || 32.9 MB ]
  11. This week on Dread Media, we have a double feature of gritty horror comedies. First up, Desmond and Duane don't really laugh, but still enjoy Hellbenders. Then, Tom grits his teeth through a review of Babysitter: Killer Queen. Songs included: "Hellbound" by Pantera, "Priest with the Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Get Out of My bed" by The Locust, "Bad Babysitter" by Princess Superstar, and "At the Seams" by Zeal and Ardor. [ 1:02:27 || 30.2 MB ]
  12. Between quoting Hamilton and lamenting travel restrictions, Christian and Emma Honore rank their favorite and the worst fictional houses, as well as the ones they'd like to visit but not live in. [ 1:31:12 || 46.7 MB ]
  13. Between quoting Hamilton and lamenting travel restrictions, Christian and Emma Honore rank their favorite and the worst fictional houses, as well as the ones they'd like to visit but not live in. [ 1:31:12 || 119.2 MB ]
  14. This week on Dread Media, the local crew (Brittney, Jeff, Mo, Scott, and Mostly Silent Stacy) join Desmond to discuss the new Indigenous-themed Canadian zombie film, Blood Quantum. Then, Desmond goes solo on a Dread Media Top 5 of Indigenous-Themed Horror Across All Media. Songs included: "Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line" by Waylon Jennings, "Indians" by Anthrax, "Native Blood" and "Trail of Tears" by Testament. [ 1:05:02 || 31.4 MB ]
  15. While attempting to uncover the secrets of her grandmother's past, Yas and her friends accidentally find themselves on the newly formed border between India and Pakistan ("Demons of the Punjab"). Then, the arrival of an unexpected message leads The Doctor to a conspiracy that could have catastrophic repercussions ("Kerblam!"). [ 1:02:43 || 45.8 MB ]