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.
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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!
We celebrate our 7th anniversary in podcasting with the gift of copper. Meanwhile, Brandi plays No Man’s Sky. Furthermore, your hosts take opposing views on Stranger Things.
Short for time and by unpopular demand we record a commentary to the film, Deadpool. Furthermore, Brandi rants over DC movies.
Satanic Cults – Chris and Tom fulfill their zodiacal potential by bringing you another episode of The Strange and Deadly Show! This episode’s double bill focuses on satanic cults with the films Suicide Cult (aka The Astrologer) and Enter The Devil.
For the second episode of Trilogy of Terror Podcast, Goreblimey tackles Herschell Gordon Lewis, when he takes a look at Blood Feast, 2000 Maniacs! and The Wizard Of Gore.
This episode we review Harmonquest, attend the Mystery Science Theater 3000 reunion, and watch the Ghostbusters reboot. Also we talk about The Thrilling Adventure Hour.
Cannibal Movies 2- The Strange and Deadly Show comes full circle, back to the subject of their first episode Cannibal Movies! Will Chris and Tom warm to the cannibal genre when they watch Eaten Alive and Savage Terror!
Brandi honors her comedy hero, Carol Burnett. Dave discovers that a beloved improvisor was also a goth. We also provide plenty of video game talk for all you geeks out there.