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  1. http://www.earth-2.net/images/front/dreadmedia_734.jpg This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Duane take on the recent Irish vampire film Boys from County Hell. Then Desmond goes solo on a Dread Media Top 5 Irish Horror Films You Probably Haven't Seen. We also play some musci from some (mostly) Irish bands: "Blood for the Blood God" by Cruachan, "Buried Alive" by Turbonegro, "An Ancient Fire Burns" by Darkest Era, and "No Grave Deep Enough" by Primordial. [ 50:55 || 24.7 MB ] [ download ][b]To listen, click here:[/b] [media]{url}[/media]
  2. And there came an episode unlike any other, when Earth-2.net's mightiest contributors found themselves united by a random tweet. Join Mike, Will, Ian, Chris, and Christian as The Sillier Six review the best and worst villains of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (as of the end of Phase Three), as well as discuss which villains they’d like to see next, and who they’d like to see portray them onscreen. [ 3:27:38 || 101.1 MB ]
  3. http://www.earth-2.net/images/front/e2ts_1116.jpg And there came an episode unlike any other, when Earth-2.net's mightiest contributors found themselves united by a random tweet. Join Mike, Will, Ian, Chris, and Christian as The Sillier Six review the best and worst villains of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (as of the end of Phase Three), as well as discuss which villains they'd like to see next, and who they'd like to see portray them onscreen. [ 3:27:38 || 101.1 MB ] [ download ][b]To listen, click here:[/b] [media]{url}[/media]
  4. This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Tom have a Southeast Asian double feature of bizarre vampiric monsters! First up, the granddaddy of the sub-sub-genre is the Indonesian Mystics in Bali, which has both the Leyak and the Penanggalan. Then, the recent Inhuman Kiss from Thailand shows us both male and female krasues. Songs include: "Bring Me The Heads" by Amen, "The Floating Head" by King Diamond, "Kiss the Demon" by Mercyful Fate, and "Lost In a Lost World" by Iron Maiden. [ 1:00:40 || 29.3 MB ]
  5. This week on Dread Media, we take a look at some erotic horror again. This time, Desmond and Duane discuss the Mexican cosmic erotic horror film The Untamed. Then, Desmond goes solo on a Dread Media Top 5 Erotic Horror (Cinematic and Literary). Some sexy tunes: "Bizarre Love Triangle" by Frente!, "Sexual Healing" by Slaves on Dope, "Horny For Blood" by Municipal Waste, and "Have You Ever?" by Leprous. [ 48:09 || 23.3 MB ]
  6. This week on Dread Media, Darryll returns to discuss 1988's makeup effects masterpiece, HP Lovecraft's The Unnamable. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid makes his way through the Eurohorror effort, The Castle of Creeping Flesh. Songs included: "Demon's Kiss" by Blue Oyster Cult, "The Unnameable" by John Zorn, "Flesh for Fantasy" by Billy Idol, and "The Gnashing" by Deafheaven. [ 1:05:49 || 31.8 MB ]
  7. This week on Dread Media, we have a double feature of "blank on a blank" movies! First up, Desmond and Tom take a look at the "rats on a train" feature from China, Junkrat Train. Then, the local crew takes a look at Netflix's "vampires on a plane" film, Blood Red Sky. Your travel soundtrack: "Crazy Train" by Two Minutes to Late Night, "Rats" by Ghost, "Flying High Again" by Ozzy Osbourne, and "Motorcycle (Straight to Hell)" by Monster Magnet. [ 55:33 || 26.9 MB ]
  8. War! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing ("The Arsenal of Freedom")! You've got a ri-ri-right to say no. No! Right to say no ("Symbiosis")! Who wants a body massage? [ 57:16 || 27.9 MB ]
  9. This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Duane take a look at the South African bizarro masterpiece Fried Barry. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid is back with a review of The Suicide Squad. Songs included: "Sacrifice" by Motörhead, "Druganaut" by Black Mountain, "Folsom Prison Blues (live at Folsom Prison)" by Johnny Cash, and "Pseudocide" by GZR. [ 54:10 || 26.2 MB ]
  10. Dan and Mike (finally) return to close out Series 11 of Doctor Who. First the crew find themselves face to face with King James I after a witch trial ("The Witchfinders"), then they search for a blind teenager's father in a pocket dimension ("It Takes You Away"), and the past comes back to haunt them all when Tzim-Sha returns ("The Battle of Ranskoor Av Kolos"). [ 1:29:56 || 46.0 MB ]
  11. This week on Dread Media, we have a loose theme of parents doing things to protect their children in extreme circumstances. First, a witchy mother protects her son from his father as he is turning into something else in Outcast. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid returns with a review of M Night Shyamalan's Old. Songs included: "Change" by Killing Joke, "Outcast" by Diablo Blvd, "It Was a Very Good Year" by Frank Sinatra, and "Hold Your Children Close and Pray for Oblivion" by Anaal Nathrakh. [ 1:07:57 || 32.8 MB ]
  12. The Brother Wilson showcase Laurence Fishburne for this month's Hey, An Actor! From his Oscar-nominated turn as Ike Turner in What's Love Got to Do With It? to his levelheaded captain turn in the sci-fi / horror film Event Horizon and his levelheaded scientist turn in warning-to-the-future Contagion, Ian and Pandy have a lot of time for Laurence! Many HAA films from Year One are referenced, as well as Pandy's first MILF, Ian's burgeoning resistance to horror films, and how Sean Pertwee led to the consolidation of The Wilson family. [ 2:48:47 || 81.4 MB ]
  13. This week on Dread Media, Duane and Desmond discuss George A Romero's lost film, The Amusement Park, and where or not it should have remained lost. Then Desmond goes solo on an editorial about lost films and posthumous films. Songs included: "Old Blood" by Cancer Bats, "Old" by Machine Head, "Lost and Found" by Rollins Band, and "Lost in Hollywood" by System of a Down. [ 51:51 || 25.1 MB ]
  14. This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Duane check out Open 24 Hours. Then, Rich the Monster Movie Kid returns after a long absence to discuss eight films he's recently seen in a movie buffet! Songs included: "Raindrops" by Dee Clark, "Sociopath" by Prima Donna, "Crash of the Crown" by Styx, and "Hellnation" by Mayhem. [ 1:08:44 || 33.2 MB ]
  15. In this third and final part of their All Elite Wrestling coverage (for 2021), Ian and Mike book AEW into mid-2022. Who are the champions moving forward, will there be face or heel turns, and what about surprise additions to the roster? [ 1:47:16 || 53.5 MB ]
  16. This week, Desmond and Tom kick off week 725 of Dread Media by taking a look at Joel Soisson and Patrick Lussier's Dracula 2000 trilogy. The original film, Dracula II: Ascension, and Dracula III: Legacy are all covered, along with the bonus film Dracula 3000 (if you can call that a bonus). And all this week's songs have been selected from the Dracula 2000 soundtrack: "Blind World" by Flybanger, "Bloodline" by Slayer, "Heads Explode" by Monster Magnet, "Metro" by System of a Down, "Avoid the Light" by Pantera, and "Your Disease" by Saliva. [ 2:05:13 || 60.3 MB ]
  17. Ian and Mike continue their dive into the AEW roster! This time they discuss the women's and tag team divisions. Come back for Episode 1115, in which they fantasy book All Elite Wrestling well into 2022! [ 1:27:38 || 43.8 MB ]
  18. This week on Dread Media, we take a look at some single-location films. First up, Desmond and Duane review Ryuhei Kitamura's Downrange. Then, Desmond does a Dread Media Top 5 Single Location Films. Songs included: "Watch the Corners" by Dinosaur Jr., "Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun" by the Beastie Boys, "Bad Place Alone" by Alice Cooper, and "A Principle on Seclusion" by Lychgate. [ 58:13 || 28.2 MB ]
  19. This week on Dread Media, we beat the heat by talking about some cold movies. First up, Desmond and Tom vehemently disagree about Black Mountain Side. Then Desmond goes solo on a Dread Media Top 5 Underrated Winter Horror Films. Chill out to some tunes: "Freeze Up" by Operation Ivy, "Evil Ways" by Black Mountain, "Cold" by Tombs, and "Cold, Dark Place" by Mastodon. [ 1:05:21 || 31.6 MB ]
  20. In the first of a three-part series, Ian and Mike take a deep dive into All Elite Wrestling! Today they discuss AEW's male roster. Then in episode 1114 they'll cover the female and tag team divisions. And finishing up in episode 1115, they'll fantasy book AEW for the next year. [ 2:24:35 || 71.6 MB ]
  21. Let's talk fast zombies! This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Tom take a look at the controversial Netflix feature Army of the Dead. Then, Desmond goes solo on an informal discussion of another Netflix production, the first two seasons of Black Summer. If you need a running playlist to help you keep away from the ravenous dead, you can do worse than this: "Dead Man Walking" by Raging Speedhorn, "Zombie" by Vestiges, and "Dirty Black Summer" by Danzig. [ 56:33 || 27.4 MB ]
  22. This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Duane discuss Savage Dawn. Then Des returns for a Dread Media Top 5 Underrated Modern Action Films! [ 1:05:35 || 32.5 MB ]
  23. This week on Dread Media, Desmond and Tom take on a double feature of witch-hunting films. First up, a brand new Neil Marshall swashbuckling take on the sub-genre, The Reckoning. Then, we take a look back at the grandaddy of the sub-genre: Witchfinder General. Here's the soundtrack to an interrogation: "Season of the Witch" by John 5 and The Creatures, "The Reckoning" by Bleed to Sleep, "Hopkins (Witchfinder General)" by Cathedral, and "Walking in a Graveyard (Bloody Witch)" by Bright Curse. [ 1:07:21 || 32.5 MB ]
  24. Today Hannah and Jim talk about the first issue of The Good Asian, as well as two poetry collections from Ilya Kaminsky: Deaf Republic and Dancing In Odessa. [ 38:34 || 20.2 MB ]
  25. Ian and Pandy return to cover the career of the recently deceased Christopher Plummer. The non-Trekkie brothers take in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, the 70s clash between Sherlock Homes and Jack the Ripper in Murder by Decree, and arguably his best-known role within The Sound of Music (which he largely despised.) The episode uncovers Pandy's recently discovered love for the actor James Mason, whilst Ian provides a handy guide for nationalism and critiques Maria von Trapp's favorite things. Additionally, the hosts question what Americans consider to be sherbet, the relationships between Holmes and Watson, Scatman John, and uncover a new game based upon Teletubby Po's Lancashire impression. And just why did Gwen Stefani release a song sampling Lonely Goatherd? [ 3:02:17 || 87.9 MB ]