Episode 91


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In this comedy-horror themed episode of Dread Media, Desmond Reddick interviews the comedy-horror author Jeff Strand, and then goes on to review his comedy-horror novel Benjamin's Parasite. Then, Darryll and Des sit down to review the romantic comedy-horror film Shaun of the Dead before checking out some feedback on listeners' favorite comedy-horrors. Plus, listen to these comedy-horror tracks: "Funny" by Scars on Broadway, "Parasite" by KISS, "Mister Mental" by Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, "White Lines (Don't Do It)" by Grandmaster Flash, and "Death Bed" by Patton Oswalt. Comedy-horror. [ 1:35:18 || 43.8 MB ]

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Having given the full episode a spin, I'm very much looking forward to the second part of the horror-comedy eps. The interview was great, I got the Canadian view of Shaun of the Dead and the episode ended with some stand-up! Off the beaten track and enjoyable as a result.

And expect all my feedback to stay in non-email form until FYEO gets a missive from Fort Reddick! :P

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Having given the full episode a spin, I'm very much looking forward to the second part of the horror-comedy eps. The interview was great, I got the Canadian view of Shaun of the Dead and the episode ended with some stand-up! Off the beaten track and enjoyable as a result.

And expect all my feedback to stay in non-email form until FYEO gets a missive from Fort Reddick! :P

It just so happens that I was preparing to do so this week. I'll have yyou know that it will be in your email box in the next few days.

I bite my thumb at thee.

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