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.
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.
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.
In the latest Gentlemen’s Grindhouse Radio, Tom Elliot plays a recording from the 2015 Liverpool Horror Fest including authors Ramsey Campbell, Paul Kane and Barbie Wilde.
Dave flies solo this episode as he reviews Skinny Puppy’s ninth studio album, The Greater Wrong of the Right. Dave also reviews Rock of Ages at the Zig and talks improv.
Brandi steps up to present a season by season recap of the popular television series, Parks and Recreation. We also share some long and short form improv experiences.
In the latest Gentlemen’s Grindhouse Radio, Tom Elliot chats to Caroline Williams, the star of Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, Hatchet 3 and much more. Hear here thoughts on her return to the horror genre and what she really thought about Texas Chainsaw 3D wiping TCM 2 from the timeline.
Tom Elliot re-launches Gentlemen’s Grindhouse Radio, formerly the interview podcast from Gentlemen’s Grindhouse Records, the new format promises a whole host of horror goodies.
May 22nd marks the seventh annual World Goth Day and we celebrate with ten select Dark Tracks. Dave also reviews The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and the improv troupe, Pyramid Scheme.
For Brandi’s birthday we discuss actor, Sebastian Stan. For good measure we also review Captain America: Civil War. Dave recommends yet another podcast. Oh, and there’s some booboos at the end.
May brings about the birthdates of your hosts. As Dave’s is first he chooses to discuss the ninth card of the Tarot, the Hermit. We also review the Marvel edition of Munchkin.