This Christmas we bring you a commentary to Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. Additionally, Brandi talks about a Fairly Potter Christmas Carol. Finally, we close with a dark track by All:My:Faults.
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In this time of change Dave presents the tenth card of the tarot, The Wheel of Fortune. Also, Dave reviews Doctor Strange. Additionally, Brandi starts a record collection.
Ian McCulloch Interview – Tom Elliot gives a short update on the status of The Strange and Deadly Show before presenting an interview with the star of Zombie Flesh Eaters, Zombie Holocaust and Contamination: Ian McCulloch.
The Haunting is the film of choice for our Halloween movie commentary. Also, we discuss the sorting in Pottermore. Finally, we close with a dark track by Monographic.
Since it’s their nineteenth wedding anniversary, your hosts get to know each other better. Furthermore, they review Luke Cage and the season premier of Saturday Night Live.
In this episode Dave presents another music special. He offers up a set of experimental artists. Furthermore, he reviews The Revenant and Orphan Black.
Zombie Movies 2 – Chris and Tom return to the topic of Zombie movies on the Section 3 Nasties List with a couple of Italian Shockers: Nightmare City and Zombi Holocaust!
Dave leaves Marvel for the grim dark shores of DC to discuss the Riddler. Furthermore, Dave returns to The Blacklist. Also, he takes advantage of a subscription to Seeso.
Captain Kirk climbs off his mountain to come to Salt Lake Comic Con 2016. Furthermore, we meet some cool people at the Lair of Abrades booth. Also, Brandi buys a mystery box.
In this mini-episode, Goreblimey looks at Blood Diner, the sort-of-sequel to Herschell Gordon Lewis’ Blood Feast. There’s a top ten of horror films set in theatres. And he discusses the recent horror release, Lights Out.
Mark Hammil makes an historic appearance at Salt Lake Comic Con and we have the audio to prove it. Furthermore, Brandi purchases a couple of skirts.
Classic Monsters – Chris and Tom take a look at the Section 3 version of classic monsters when they review Dawn of the Mummy and Werewolf Woman!