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Dead Ringers is a twice monthly horror podcast covering double features with shared DNA (e.g. premise, structure, concept), but distinct personalities. Each episode, host and producer Nolan McBride is joined by a rotating panel of co-hosts to analyze each film individually before comparing and contrasting the differences in their approaches and highlighting what each movie brings to the horror genre.
 
Join host John S. Drew (The Chronic Rift, Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast) on his journey as he explores each and every episode of the classic 60s series starring Adam West, Burt Ward, Yvonne Craig and a host of villainous guest stars as he attempts to justify his love for the series to himself.
 
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Join filmmakers Ryan and Mike as we talk our way through some of our most beloved, and most confused, cinematic experiences. CineMatics is a podcast that dives in to facets of screenwriting, direction, production design, and editing through relaxed and open conversation, produced by Dark Sails Films.
 
Brave film explorer comrades Joey Reinisch and Chris McCaleb journey to far the reaches of cinema. In each mission, they will analyze, report and criticize a film from THE CRITERION COLLECTION, hopefully maintaining their sanity in the presence of extreme motion picture brilliance...or something.
 
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Members get information about when streams/downloads become available, as well as accessing podcast RSS feeds for freely-available content to make listening to great shows a breeze, Register Here The award-winning series Dead Ringers is back with highlights from its television series. A huge hit on BBC Radio 4, Jon Culshaw, Jan Ravens, Kevin Connel…
 
Nolan is joined by Emily von Seele and Philip Yount — as well as special guest Bryan Christopher from Daily Dead/Rue Morgue — to discuss Panos Cosmatos' Mandy (2018) and Alex Proyas' The Crow (1994). The crew dig into new discoveries, rewatches, and recent releases before they're bestowed with otherworldly power to avenge the death of their signifi…
 
Members get information about when streams/downloads become available, as well as accessing podcast RSS feeds for freely-available content to make listening to great shows a breeze, Register Here A collection of four full cast BBC radio trilogies, written and directed by John Dryden. A Tokyo Murder ‘The Parents’: Jennifer and Peter Whitelock arrive…
 
Members get information about when streams/downloads become available, as well as accessing podcast RSS feeds for freely-available content to make listening to great shows a breeze, Register Here A BBC Radio drama of Stendhal’s masterpiece plus bonus documentary. Both a sweeping chronicle of 19th-century France and a coming-of-age story of a young,…
 
Members get information about when streams/downloads become available, as well as accessing podcast RSS feeds for freely-available content to make listening to great shows a breeze, Register Here Five fantastic shows from The Chase’s ‘Sinnerman’, award-winning comic and broadcaster Paul Sinha Paul Sinha loves a quiz. Not only is he the sixth-ranked…
 
Members get information about when streams/downloads become available, as well as accessing podcast RSS feeds for freely-available content to make listening to great shows a breeze, Register Here A free-wheeling, whimsical sketch show slipping between the real and imagined, with Miles Jupp and special guests. An Unexpected Visitor at The Grange. Mi…
 
Welcome to another Christmas season and a new edition of our Festivus Series! For our first episode for 2022, we are talking about Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, otherwise known as "Didn't we do this last time?" Here we talk about what makes the film work even though it's a repeat, the great scenes that make up some of our favorites, our nostalgia…
 
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches. They're joined by Colin Hoult, Laura Lexx and Jordan Gray.Anna Mann (Colin Hoult) shares advice about the cost of living crisis, Laura Lexx looks ahead to Prince Harry’s autobiography, and musical guest Jordan Gray debunks a controversy about Mr Potato Head.The show was …
 
Members get information about when streams/downloads become available, as well as accessing podcast RSS feeds for freely-available content to make listening to great shows a breeze, Register Here Series 1 – Based on Nigel Fairs’s “murder mystery serial” that has been running for over 21 years (new episodes performed every month in country houses, s…
 
Members get information about when streams/downloads become available, as well as accessing podcast RSS feeds for freely-available content to make listening to great shows a breeze, Register Here England, Their England is an affectionately satirical inter-war comic novel first published in 1933. It hit the right spot at the time and became a bestse…
 
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches. They're joined by Cally Beaton, Emmanuel Sonubi and Christy Coysh.Cally takes inspiration from primates, Emmanuel fights his news addiction and Christy delivers a ballad to a national icon.The show was written by the cast with additional material from Catherine Brinkwort…
 
1949 - Episode Fifteen "Batman Victorious" The noose tightens around the Wizard as he tries to maintain his invisibility as the police dragnet surrounds him. Will Batman catch him? Who will save Vicki Vale? And how is Carter still involved in all this? ​John and writer Jim Beard discuss the 15th and final episode of the 1949 Batman movie serial. In…
 
Hey, it's Thanksgiving and we're running out of options, so we're covering 1981's Home Sweet Home on this special episode. This is not a good slasher movie, not even close, but it's occasionally accidentally hilarious; we talk about that, the lack of Thanksgiving, the interchangeable characters, and a whole lot more for you to feast on with your tu…
 
On the record, off the QT, and not even remotely hush hush: it's a new Soundtrack Spotlight! Yavar is joined by liner notes writer and film music journalist Tim Greiving for a conversation about Varese Sarabande's new Deluxe Edition of Jerry Goldsmith's Oscar-nominated score for L.A. Confidential. You'll hear about how this score represents the cul…
 
1949 - Episode Fourteen "Batman Vs. Wizard" The Wizard's next target is Jim Gordon, but he also takes out a few others along the way. ​John and writer Jim Beard discuss the 14th episode of the 1949 movie serial. In it, they discuss how wrong Jim got the identity of the Wizard, the red herrings that abound in the story, and the science of the invisi…
 
Want to hear some great Jerry Goldsmith stories? You could pay a major corporation to remember them for you wholesale... or you could listen to one of Jerry's most important collaborators remember them for free. In this Odyssey Interview, your humble hosts David, Jens, Yavar, and Clark are joined by a very special guest: legendary filmmaker Paul Ve…
 
"Return of the Pharaoh" Aired: December 18/25, 1976 The Pharaoh returns and wants to trap the Voltage Vixens in King Tut's tomb! This time around, John and Kevin Elddrige of The Flopcast discuss the lack of real plot in this episode, American ingenuity, and the premiere of the Wilfred Brimley Podcast. Take a listen and let us know what you think by…
 
It's about time we took on the precursor of the spaghetti western genre, and what better time to do it but right before Thanksgiving? We're bringing you an Italian buffet featuring discussion about Clint Eastwood, Sergio Leone and his direction, the score by Ennio Morricone, the oft-ridiculous nature of this film, and a whole lot more. We hope you …
 
1949 - Episode Thirteen "The Wizard's Challenge" The Wizard develops an invisibility field that makes him impossible to stop! ​John and writer Jim Beard discuss the 13th episode of the 1949 movie serial. In it, they discuss the oddness of adding invisibilty to the story, the themes to both movie serials, and the goofy, but charming cliffhanger. ​It…
 
What happened here? Where did it go so wrong? We try to break it down in this special bonus Halloween episode for Halloween Ends. We get into all kinds of mischief here, so it's best to just listen in. We're also drinking Beer Tree's Trippy Treats: Skittles sour. Approximate timeline 0:00-12:00 Intro 12:00-20:00 Beer talk 20:00-end Halloween Ends -…
 
On this Off-Topic episode, Nolan is joined by Paul Farrell and Ben McBride to discuss some of their favorite spooky new discoveries from this October, as well as a couple Halloween season rewatches. Movies discussed on this episode: THE MUNSTERS (2022), THE INVITATION (2022), HOUSE OF DARKNESS (2022), NIGHT OF THE COMET (1984), RAVENOUS (1999), THE…
 
"The Dead Ringers" April 30, 1977 Clayface is back and he's recruited a trapeze artist with a criminal past to help him impersonate the Dynamic Duo. John and Joe Stuber of Comic Book Central are back in the Batcave talking about an episode that has much in common with a 1968 Filmation episode. In it, they discuss the history of Clayface, Robin and …
 
One of Jerry's longest scores gets an appropriately substantial Soundtrack Spotlight! In celebration of Intrada's new two disc complete release of Jerry's alternately suspenseful, cerebral, and thrilling score for Paul Verhoeven's Hollow Man, your humble hosts Yavar, David, Clark, and Jens are pleased to welcome a quintet of special guests. Douglas…
 
We're ending our Craven Some Cronenberg series with a discomforting film from Cronenberg, Dead Ringers. Here, Cronenberg doesn't stick to explicit body horror, instead implying the element of internal bodily mutation and harm with a story about twin gynecologists with some disturbing attributes. We talk about all of the themes apparent in the movie…
 
Nolan is joined by Emily von Seele, Paul Farrell, Philip Yount, and Ben McBride to discuss John Carpenter's THEY LIVE (1988) and Brian Yuzna’s SOCIETY (1989). The crew dive into new discoveries, rewatches, and recent releases before uncovering a gooey conspiracy that threatens all of humanity. Other movies discussed on this episode: BARBARIAN (2022…
 
1949 - Episode Twelve "Robin Rides the Wind" The Wizard wants the neutralizer in order to continue his crime spree. Can Batman stop him? John and writer Jim Beard discuss the 12th episode of the 1949 movie serial. In it, they discuss the problem with Barry Brown, the midleading chapter title, and the waste of location that should have been Wayne Ma…
 
1949 - Chapter Eleven "Robin's Ruse" Robin must trick the Wizard's men in order to free Bruce. Will he succeed? ​John and writer Jim Beard discuss the 11th episode of the 1949 movie serial. In it, they talk the fast paced content in this episode, their list of suspects, and the silliness of the Wizard extending the power of the nullifier. It's all …
 
We've done a lot of good Wes Craven movies, but it's time to take a dive into one that doesn't work so well. My Soul to Take is a late film in Craven's career, releasing just before his final movie Scream 4, and it definitely suffers from the '10s era of filmmaking. This movie got sucked into the craze of the era, getting a 3D release and recycling…
 
On this Off-Topic episode, Nolan is joined by H4Z4RD director Jonas Govaerts to talk about his kinetic new action comedy, working with DJ Dimitri Vegas, when and when not to push the audience's buttons, and his 2014 camp slasher, CUB (spoilers from 49:40 - 53:10). Links of interest and/or sources cited for research for this episode:…
 
With our latest episode of Craven Some Cronenberg, we switch back to Cronenberg's output with one of his finest films, Videodrome. Both of us were taken with the ways the film navigates various themes, and we think that both Debbie Harry and James Woods do a great job here diving into taboo subjects. We talk about the body horror, sexual and violen…
 
On this Off-Topic episode, Nolan is joined by Ben McBride, Emily von Seele, and Kat McBride to talk about all of the rest of the movies they saw during Fantastic Fest 2022 — including David Bruckner's (excellent) HELLRAISER reboot. Movies discussed on this episode: FLOWING (2022), PROJECT WOLF HUNTING (2022), SATANIC HISPANICS (2022), HELLRAISER (2…
 
1949 - Chapter Ten "Batman's Last Chance!" Batman infiltrates an office building, where the Wizard's men are hiding out, in a quest to find Vicki Vale. But Vicki's brother Jimmy is there. Is he friend or foe? ​John and writer Jim Beard discuss the 9th episode of the 1949 movie serial. In it, they talk about Jimmy Vale's final fate, the use of foota…
 
Good evening, and welcome to Odyssey World News. Our top story tonight: in September of 2022, Jerry Goldsmith's iconic score for Rudy was performed live-to-picture by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, led by conductor Justin Freer. We sent two of our reporters, Jens Dietrich and W. David Lichty, to produce our very first Field Report. They had t…
 
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