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Best Reed Lackey podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Reed Lackey podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Christianity and the Horror genre may seem to be opposites, but every week Reed and Nathan put them in dialogue together. Join us for conversations about the things that haunt us and the things that heal us, explorations at the intersection between faith and fear, where fans of scary stories and faithful followers can both find a place to belong.
 
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Don't let the PG-13 rating fool you. Today's film is absolutely terrifying. We round the corner for the home stretch on this phase of #inthemourning and its sub-series #remnant with our penultimate episode on one of the very, very few Persian horror films: UNDER THE SHADOW. We also take one brief detour into episodes 7 and 8 or HBO's THE LEFTOVERS …
 
We continue with our series #inthemourning, examining loss and cataclysm, and its smaller mini-series, #remnant by having a conversation about episodes 5 & 6 of season 1 of the HBO series THE LEFTOVERS and an extended conversation about David Koepp's adaptation of Richard Matheson's STIR OF ECHOES. We welcome new friend of the show Noel T. Manning …
 
If you've been following our social media feeds, you may have seen where Nathan and Reed were recently invited to an episode of Meet Me at the Movies on C19TV and WGWG.org, hosted by Noel T. Manning II. There are a lot of laughs as they recount in brief the history of the show and the community it has developed as well as selecting the horror movie…
 
We continue on our trek through Season 1 of HBO's THE LEFTOVERS and films which intersect thematically with what it has to offer, specifically ghost stories and hauntings. Our next stop, after reviewing episodes 3 & 4 of THE LEFTOVERS, we invite friend of the show Bill Oberst Jr. back to have a full conversation about Peter Medak's film starring Ge…
 
After a surprise prologue last week -- check out the bonus episode on Marvel's The Avengers - Infinity War -- we launch into a new, timely series covering conversations about HBO's TV series THE LEFTOVERS and focusing on films adjacent to its many themes. Our first stop is David Lowery's powerfully affecting film, A GHOST STORY, which is as sparse …
 
"And there came a day, a day unlike any other, when Earth's Mightiest Heroes found themselves united against a common threat" ... and they lost. With this episode, The Fear of God covers the MCU for the first time in the most Fear of God way possible: as an examination of loss, death, grief, and sorrow. Intentionally selected at a moment of, as Ric…
 
Well hi there... It's time to go back down the long, winding road that is another installment of our Quarterly Kings, where we invite our friends into an extended conversation around one of the works of Stephen King: this time his long-deferred sequel to The Shining: DOCTOR SLEEP. We take a look specifically at the masterful and haunting adaptation…
 
Halloween is coming early to the Fear of God as we count down your TOP TEN FAVORITE HORROR FILMS OF 2007, and have an extended discussion about Michael Dougherty's TRICK 'R TREAT. We try very hard (and mostly fail) to hold in our giggles as we dive into this fun, inventive anthology film before we finally unearth some surprising observations about …
 
Continuing our trek through 20/20/2020, we have the privilege of checking in again with the work of groundbreaking Academy Award winner Bong Joon-Ho for his 2006 film THE HOST. We are joined by friend and fellow podcaster Paula Deming (of the Death By Monsters podcast) to discuss the genre-bending and remarkably profound comedy-thriller-creature fe…
 
We trek along in our next installment of 20/20/2020 by revealing your TOP TEN FAVORITE HORROR FILMS OF 2003 and have an extended conversation about the controversial debut by horror icon Rob Zombie, HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES. While the film's quality and influence is negligible, there is no doubt whatsoever about its boldness and audacity. We dissect o…
 
In one of our most unexpectedly timely episodes yet, we cover one of your listener-voted favorite horror films of 2002, for this installment of 20/20/2020: Danny Boyle's 28 DAYS LATER. We spend a bit of time discussing our recent viewings of THE INVISIBLE MAN, then countdown your top ten favorite horror films of 2002 before diving in deep to this a…
 
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