Dread Media 400


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Dread Media hits the big 4-0-0! For 400 weeks in a row we have provided you an hour (or so) of audio entertainment covering the horror and dark fantastique across all media, and this week is no different. In fact, all the way back in episode 100 we paid tribute to the man of many media himself: Clive Barker. Since then, a lot has happened in the world of Clive Barker, and Desmond and friends are here to fill you in on the world of film, literature, and comics as they relate to Clive Barker. First, Desmond and Darryll get a look at the long-anticipated Nightbreed: The Director's Cut, a film once considered lost forever. Then, Devil Dinosaur Jr. delivers an epic-length Stay Scary based on the writing work that Clive Barker has done for television, namely: "Haeckel's Tale" and "Valerie on the Stairs" from Masters of Horror, and "The Yattering and Jack" from Tales from the Darkside. Desmond goes solo for the first of two segments on a review of the brand new (yet old) novelette Tortured Souls: The Legend of Primordium. He comes back after a break to discuss the sacrilegious original series form Boom! Studios: Next Testament. Finally, Darryll returns to take look at Lord of Illusions: The Director's Cut. On top of that, it wouldn't be an episode of Dread Media without some thematic tunes: "Transdermal Celebration" by Ween, "Skin" by Oingo Boingo, "Cold Ethyl" by Alice Cooper, "Mr. Torture" by Helloween, "Newborn God (Radiance-Vehemence)" by FEASTofFETUS, "Magic Moments" by Erasure, and "Born to Murder the World" by Simon Boswell. Enjoy! [ 2:36:05 || 75.1 MB ]

To listen, click here: http://www.earth-2.net/podcasts/dreadmedia/episodes/dreadmedia_400.mp3

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