Episode 15


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Sometimes what works on paper fails in execution. Take Blood: The Last Vampire for example. While it could have been a cool exploration of vampire-slaying set in Vietnam War-era Japan, it winds up feeling truncated, emotionally lacking and, sadly, kind of boring. [ 1:05:51 || 30.1 MB ]

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Which is weird because I don't remember a single thing about the recording.

Seriously, I'm just a little bit into the news but this is freaking epic. Hearing this makes me feel more confident in my Japanese pronunciations.

Thanks guys, now I'll have the Saw freaks on me.

As it finishes, all I gotta say is thank you for filling in.

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Next week on Waiting for the Trade, Des and DW review Crossed and Batman RIP trades...

... and only one of them walks away.

Nooooooooooo! Then...Yeahhhhhhhh!

Then: Two go in! One come out! Two go in! One come out!

I don't know Dubs. I have a feeling we'll need a relationship counselor after the Audition debate.

I'm looking forward to checking this one out as I enjoyed Blood the Last Vampire.

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No, you have to review the entire Nickelback discography.

I'll take that job DW seeing as I'm the only fan of them on the site






I didn't include singles, EPs etc because they're esstentially the same songs and I didn't include the Curb album because that has songs that were eventually reused.


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