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“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.” H.P. Lovecraft. Enter The Vault of Lovecraft and cross over into a nightmarish world of spine-chilling horror from one of the Twentieth Century's greatest masters of the macabre. This unabridged collection includes many of H.P. Lovecraft's best known works: short stories like The Statement of Randolph Carter, Dagon, Cool Air, and longer stories like The Colour out of Space ...
 
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It was the design of Angelo Ricci and Joe Czanek and Manuel Silva to call on the Terrible Old Man. This old man dwells all alone in a very ancient house on Water Street near the sea, and is reputed to be both exceedingly rich and exceedingly feeble; which forms a situation very attractive to men of the profession of Messrs. Ricci, Czanek, and Silva…
 
It is true that I have sent six bullets through the head of my best friend, and yet I hope to shew by this statement that I am not his murderer. At first I shall be called a madman—madder than the man I shot in his cell at the Arkham Sanitarium. Later some of my readers will weigh each statement, correlate it with the known facts, and ask themselve…
 
I have examined maps of the city with the greatest care, yet have never again found the Rue d’Auseil. These maps have not been modern maps alone, for I know that names change. I have, on the contrary, delved deeply into all the antiquities of the place; and have personally explored every region, of whatever name, which could possibly answer to the …
 
During the winter of 1927–28 officials of the Federal government made a strange and secret investigation of certain conditions in the ancient Massachusetts seaport of Innsmouth. The public first learned of it in February, when a vast series of raids and arrests occurred, followed by the deliberate burning and dynamiting—under suitable precautions—o…
 
Horrible beyond conception was the change which had taken place in my best friend, Crawford Tillinghast. I had not seen him since that day, two months and a half before, when he had told me toward what goal his physical and metaphysical researches were leading; when he had answered my awed and almost frightened remonstrances by driving me from his …
 
Of Herbert West, who was my friend in college and in after life, I can speak only with extreme terror. This terror is not due altogether to the sinister manner of his recent disappearance, but was engendered by the whole nature of his life-work, and first gained its acute form more than seventeen years ago, when we were in the third year of our cou…
 
You needn’t think I’m crazy, Eliot—plenty of others have queerer prejudices than this. Why don’t you laugh at Oliver’s grandfather, who won’t ride in a motor? If I don’t like that damned subway, it’s my own business; and we got here more quickly anyhow in the taxi. We’d have had to walk up the hill from Park Street if we’d taken the car...…
 
Unhappy is he to whom the memories of childhood bring only fear and sadness. Wretched is he who looks back upon lone hours in vast and dismal chambers with brown hangings and maddening rows of antique books, or upon awed watches in twilight groves of grotesque, gigantic, and vine-encumbered trees that silently wave twisted branches far aloft. Such …
 
Justin and Josh are back with Starship Troopers! After all these years, Starship Troopers holds up as both an action flick and as a social commentary. Justin and Josh do a deep dive into the movie to examine what Paul Verhoeven was attempting to say throughout the length of this still often misunderstood sci-fi epic. Watch along with us or just lis…
 
We finish the trilogy today with Back to the Future Part 3. It this movie a western, a comedy, sci-fi, or an adventure? Or maybe it is all of those things! That's one of the questions we ponder as we provide commentary. Watch it with us or just listen along! You can sync up at 40 seconds into the blu-ray or just after the Universal logo has faded a…
 
We're back for Back to the Future Part 2! We do a deep dive into the movie, analyzing it's strengths and weakness compared to the masterpiece that is the original Back to the Future. Watch with us or just listen along! Sync your DVD or Blu ray at 17 seconds into the movie email us soullessminions@gmail.com…
 
This is the first of our Mystery Commentaries in which the other host does not know what movie they will be watching... Our first for this is 2001's Just Visiting. Sync up at 33 seconds into the DVD and watch it with us, or just listen along as you go about your day. email us soullessminions@gmail.com Please send some love and give us a rating, a t…
 
We're trying something a little different with this episode. Rather than a feature length commentary, we provide a short retrospective on a nostalgic piece of cinema, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. Give us feedback soullessminions@gmail.com or leave a comment so we can decide to continue with this experiment or bury it in the back alley of the inte…
 
We did some serious talking over 1986's Top Gun. Invigorated by the recently released Top Gun: Maverick trailer (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSqVVswa420&t=5s), we decided to take a long look at the movie that made us all want to fly jets and unearthed some interesting thoughts and theories about this 80's classic... Like what is the reason why …
 
We talk about Toy Soldiers as we watch it. The movie has been largely forgotten but we still remember it fondly as you probably do! Check it out with us or just listen to it. The SYNC POINT is just after the Tri-Star logo has faded to black. email us at soullessminions@gmail.com and visit or website to check out more of our commentaries at http://s…
 
When we talk over 1984's The Philadelphia Experiment... Get your DVD and watch the movie with us. The SYNC POINT is 8 seconds into the movie. If you don't have the movie, the full version is available on youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WSQRUUoghU), so check it out there before the YouTube overlords take it down. email us - soullessminions…
 
Regarded by most as the best of the TNG films, First Contact stands the test of time fairly well. It's got a lot of energy and a quick pace, combined with some fresh ideas. We are fair to point out the movie's strengths and appreciate it for what it achieved and not for what it lacked. Still, we do mull over its flaws as well. Sync Point - The blac…
 
The Minions, Justin & Josh, take on 1985's Spies Like Us. It's an outrageously funnny and awesome movie that has aged remarkably well over the years. In general, we talk about its awesomeness, laugh and quote the movie a lot...sorry but we just can't help it cause it's just so darn quotable! Sync Point - The black point after the WB logo has faded …
 
The Human Adventure is Just Beginning... Justin & Josh take a look at 1979's Star Trek: The Motion Picture. It's a good movie that has an unfortunate reputation of being slow, boring and generally uninteresting. However, we feel it to be solid piture with a lot going for it. Sync Point: The black point after the Paramount Logo has faded away.…
 
Justin and Josh take a request from a listener and dive in to the 1954 sci-fi film Them!. It's one of the first films of its kind and we are proud to dissect it, stopping along the way and giving it its proper dues. Sync Point - The frame after the Warner Bros. logo has faded away email us soullessminions@gmail.com…
 
Justin and Josh provide commentary on 2013's Ender's Game, the long awaited adaptation of Orson Scott Card's acclaimed novel. Justin is very familiar with the source material and spends much of the commentary making comparisons, while Josh says a lot of stupid things (as usual). Regardless, we both enjoy the movie. Still, we find that it isn't perf…
 
The Soulless Minions of Orthodoxy provide commentary on the first cinematic outing for the Next Gen crew as they watch 1994's Star Trek: Generations. It's a far from perfect film but it does have some good elements. Josh is dismissive of the film, however, Justin finds more things to like about it. Still, both admit there was and still is plenty of…
 
Justin & Josh return to the Superman universe with a look at the "what if" version of Superman II. Although not perfect, it's an interesting specimen to behold. Certain modifications were bold, clever and interesting. Nevertheless, there are instances where the theatrical version out shines it and yet plenty of times when it doesn't. However, despi…
 
The Soulless Minions celebrate the holidays with a look at the 1985 film Santa Claus: The Movie. It's a celebrated film from our youth, as it is with many others. Sure, it isn't perfect but it's sugary charm is infectious. Sync Point: The black point after the title card Alexander Salkind Presents fades to black. Email Us soullessminions@gmail.com…
 
Superman returns in a better movie, Man of Steel. It's not the greatest cinematic adaptation, however, it is an interesting spin on the classic mythos. Man of Steel isn't the equal of the Donner films, but it tries hard to be its own seperate entity. It's not perfect, but it succeeds more than it doesn't. Sync Point: The black point after the Synco…
 
The Soulless Minions take a look at the 1976 sci-fi classic Logan's Run. It's steepd in the 70's, sure, but that's what gives the movie its charm. It still holds up, however, it's not without its faults. Picking it a part and analyzing it, we sometimes have a bit too much fun. It's last day in the Soulless Minions studio, so... RUN, RUNNER! Sync Po…
 
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