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Best Reed Lackey & Nathan Rouse podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Reed Lackey & Nathan Rouse podcasts we could find
Updated April 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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So on this week's episode, we have a lot of fun with your Top Ten Favorite Horror Films of 2005, before things take a pretty dramatic pivot towards the heartfelt, the heavy, and the provocatively hopeful as we discuss the challenging film by David Slade, HARD CANDY. The film itself wrestles with uncomfortable dynamics, in a way that causes us -- al…
 
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…
 
We press on through our non-horror Stephen King material with this #differentseasons installment, an adaptation of the story "Low Men in Yellow Coats" from the King book, HEARTS IN ATLANTIS. Before traversing that ground, we stop through a much heavier King short story from NIGHT SHIFT -- "The Woman in the Room". The pivot between how complimentary…
 
We welcome back the shenanigans of ole Ahnold himself in this installment of #differentseasons where we tackle THE RUNNING MAN from 1987. Originally a rather grim and fast-paced novel written under Stephen King's pseudonym of Richard Bachman, THE RUNNING MAN winds up being an eerily prophetic look at some pretty chilling aspects of our 2019 world. …
 
Kicking off a unique series for us, we are taking our cue from Stephen King's first collection of non-horror material and launching #differentseasons, a short series closing out the year with some of King's most noteworthy non-horror pieces. We start with Rob Reiner's landmark film from the 1980s, STAND BY ME. Following a brief discussion about Kin…
 
Vas is das?! We're heading back to Winden for a final time (for now?) as we bring #speakingintongues to a close with a final discussion of the Netflix series, DARK, Season 2. We are once again joined by our special foreign correspondent, Vera to do a deep dive on episodes 7 & 8 before having a full discussion of the themes we took away from Season …
 
With our penultimate episode of phase 2 of #speakingintongues and our ulitmate film coverage, we explore the heartbreaking and powerful film by Issa Lopez, TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID. After another lengthy exploration of the time traveling caves in Netflix's DARK season 2 (episodes 5 & 6), we journey with five savvy children, armed only with their wits …
 
#speakingintongues part 2 continues this week with a film we were extremely excited to talk about: George Sluizer's 1988 classic masterpiece, THE VANISHING. After a lengthy stopover in Winden to discuss episodes 3 & 4 of the Netflix series DARK, we dive deep on one of the most compelling and powerful films we've ever covered on the show. The Vanish…
 
We're back with another round of our most popular series of 2019: #speakingintongues Part 2 has arrived! We kick things off this round of foreign language films with GOODNIGHT MOMMY, a wonderfully crafted but deeply unsettling film about young twin boys who begin to suspect their mother may be an imposter. Before unpacking the haunting implications…
 
We take a break from our typical format this week to feature a very special guest conversation with friend of the show, Bill Oberst Jr. A prolific and award-winning actor whose credit include Ryan Murphy's TV series Scream Queens and Rob Zombie's recent release 3 From Hell. In addition to frequently playing devils and madmen, Bill is also one of th…
 
We continue to countdown your favorite horror films of the 1970s in this week's installment of #ilovethe70s by revealing your favorites ranked 40 through 21 (a DOUBLE countdown) before moving into an extended discussion of Philip Kaufman's 1978 film INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS. Considered one of the greatest remakes in cinema history, this film …
 
We've traversed the cave. We've traveled through multiple decades. And now it is time to bring the first wave of #speakingintongues out of the cave and into the light with a conversation about the first season of the Netflix original series, DARK. After conversing about what they've been watching lately (and teasing an upcoming episode), Nathan and…
 
Patch up those skateboards ladies and gentlemen because we are heading straight into Bad City for a discussion of the debut film from Ana Lily Amirpour, A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT. Billed as the world's first feminist Iranian vampire western, this film is a powerfully subversive tale about lonely people surrounded by oppressive despair, and t…
 
Bonjour! Welcome to another edition of #speakingintongues. This week, we choose a lesser known gem from France called EYES WITHOUT A FACE, a remarkably accessible but haunting film about the choices which scar us, and the desperate lengths we go to in order to fix things. Joining us for this exploration is our official Foreign Correspondent, Vera G…
 
We launch into a daunting but exciting new series this week with #speakingintongues, a sequence of foreign language films we've been wanting to cover for quite some time. We start with a powerful film from South Korea titled, THE WAILING, which explores a nearly countless number of provocative themes within the context of a surprisingly lengthy but…
 
There is a house in New Orleans, they call the Fear of God... Take a round trip with us this week as we dive into the subversive and intimate speculative horror film by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead, THE ENDLESS. We wrap up our mini-series of some of our favorite horror films of 2018 with this modestly crafted, powerfully scripted examination o…
 
We venture into parts unknown this week as we unpack one of the most challenging and compelling sci-fi horror thrillers of 2018: Alex Garland's ANNIHILATION. This is a film that defies easy explanations or simple interpretations. So naturally, we open up about all of the ways in which the difficulties of change and transformation are both exhilirat…
 
This is a different, unique, and special episode. Recently, Reed and Nathan had the rare privilege to spend time with friends they'd previously only known through technology. Six guys gathered together in a California mountain cabin to retreat, recharge, and reflect on life and living it. While there, they sat down for a thoughtful, raw, and honest…
 
Fire up the delta, gas up the chainsaw, and load up the boomstick because the Fear of God this week is getting groovy, baby as we cover the final installments of the Starz original TV series, ASH VS EVIL DEAD. We've been checking in a few episodes at a time, but now we're at the home stretch as we cover the last six episodes of season 3 and unpack …
 
It's time to roll in the hay, make some espresso, and -- of course -- put on the ritz! Because this week's #funnyordie is the iconic Mel Brooks classic: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN! It's a hearty helping of fun topped off with a surprising and challenging conversation about how we define -- and redefine -- who we are in light of our complicated histories. 1…
 
Don't eat your mates, folks, we're paying a visit to some friendly neighborhood vampires for the 2014 film by Jermaine Clement and Taika Watiti, WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS. After discussing the latest installments in our #tvguideposts looking at Ash vs Evil Dead, we spend a lot of time laughing over top of each other's notes about this hysterically …
 
Put that thing back where it came from or so help me... so HELP me! It's #funnyordie. It's monsters. It's laughs. It's us, y'all. We're discussing Pixar's own Monsters Inc. this week with a special guest (an Ash vs. Evil Dead expert, in fact) joining the conversation and a special little surprise at the very end. What you can expect is laughter, fu…
 
Well, ladies and gentlemen, it has finally happened. After years of daydreaming and podcast about that high-minded intersection of faith and fear, Reed has finally fulfilled his dream of making the show officially Scared Stupid. Ernest Scared Stupid, that is. That's right, friends and neighbors, this week, the podcast is taking the high ground; we …
 
We have a doozy of an episode for you today! There we were, just minding our own business... talking about a contest and giveaway for our listeners, when suddenly the adventures of two lovable hillbillies who get accosted by a bunch of crazy murderous college kids comes breaking all into our conversation! But seriously, we talk about what we've bee…
 
We ain't afraid of no ghosts! We dive right into all of the trivia, all of the laughs, and maybe just a small touch of something that loosely resembles the echoes of a theme when we discuss Ivan Reitman's 1984 classic, Ghostbusters! Who you gonna call?! #funnyordie 6:04 - Whatcha Watchin'/Readin'/Listenin' to? 17:21 - Ash Vs. Evil Dead #tvguidepost…
 
It's a strange and interesting episode this week as we launch a whole new summer series, #funnyordie, with our inaugural conversation about Frank Oz's 1986 classic horror musical, Little Shop of Horrors. In addition to chatting about what we've been watching and reading (including a somewhat controversial entry from Reed), we also dust off the old …
 
In a striking departure from typical formatting, Reed and Nathan discuss three non-horror short stories by Stephen King: "The Man in the Black Suit" and "All That You Love Will Be Carried Away" from the collection, Everything's Eventual, and "Morality" from the collection, The Bazaar of Bad Dreams. After briefly summarizing each tale, they unpack b…
 
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