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Best Joe Lipsett podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Joe Lipsett podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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In each episode, Patrick Hamilton and Gena Radcliffe unpack all the gory details of horror cinema's least discussed topic: the characters. Starting with the classic slashers, Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street, our mission is to detail each hack, slash and decapitation in the hopes that a victim's untimely end is just the beginning of the jokes we can make about them.
 
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Its Winner Kills All as podcasts clash on Kill By Kill! We have returning champions Joe Lipsett & Trace Thurman of #HorrorQueers helping us dance away our trouble in our second Freddy vs. Jason episode. Up for debate, Springwood cocaine options, high school hallway meltdowns, menacing juice deliveries, unlikely Canadian acting dynasties, and the pr…
 
We're not thanking ANY of these people that Friday is here. On a special "lockdown" bonus episode, Gena & Patrick get together for an impromptu, spoiler-filled discussion of Netflix's compulsively awful yet addictive crime documentary, TIGER KING: MURDER, MAYHEM & MADNESS. Along the way, we discuss how "big cat" collectors all seem to be the same t…
 
We're starting off a batch of films you might not normally thing would be getting a special anniversary celebration! The first of the group is probably the best outlier to start with: Blair Witch 2! Ok, so the title is really Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2, but that's a lot to say. As you'll hear Adrian & guest Paddy Murphy (The Perished) repeat ov…
 
We're heading over to New York City (or is it Los Angeles?) to party it up with a vampiric Grace Jones in Richard Wenk's 1986 comedy horror film Vamp! Riding shotgun is Cecil Baldwin, the narrator of Welcome to Night Vale! Join us as Cecil educates us on the goings-on of 1980s New York City, which is not actually filled with green and magenta light…
 
Brenna and Joe are joined by Terry Mesnard to discuss Charles Forsman's stark and nihilistic 2017 comic I Am Not Okay With This and Jonathan Entwistle's 2020 Netflix adaptation, starring Sophia Lillis. Up for discussion: Forsman's depiction of young women, why the bleak ending is unearned and one thing the comic actually does well (if we're being c…
 
In their attempt at social distancing, the boys abandon the city and head deep into the woods. Along for the ride is Girls, Guts & Giallo's Annie Rose Malamet, who schools the boys on all things punk (and Lisa Frank) so that they can understand the annoying teens in Jenn Wexler's The Ranger. Are you ready for two films in one? On one hand, we've go…
 
Brenna and Joe check out a new Netflix YA series, The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia, using its under-the-radar status to pose some questions about Netflix's changing priorities and the relevancy of its algorithms. Broad discussion: how Netflix Originals have altered the streamer's original niche programming angle (the "made for Brenna" channe…
 
Thank Jason vs. Freddy it’s Friday the 13th! The moment a generation has cried out for is finally here, as Patrick & Gena reach the moment when world’s collide in this monster mash of an episode featuring two very funny guests, Katie & Allen of the Werewolf Ambulance podcast!! Topics include: Child-Eater social media curation, “divorced dad” Freddy…
 
Ugh. Brenna and Joe jump back into sick lit for Jesse Andrews' atrocious 2012 novel Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and its (better) 2015 Sundance award winning film adaptation by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, starring Thomas Mann, RJ Cyler, Olivia Cooke and a stunt cast of adults. We dedicate A LOT of time up front addressing our issues with the book, which…
 
The boys don their mullets and leather jackets for a one way trip to Arborville and something pink, purple and gooey! Along for the (motorcycle) ride is fellow Bloody Disgusting writer Meagan Navarro, who is a huge fan of the practical effects wizardry in what is arguably one of the best horror remakes ever. This film has EVERYTHING: small characte…
 
With so little precious podcast time to spare, Brenna and Joe are scaling back the forecasts. Presented for your enjoyment is a double dose for March and April, along with two important pieces of correspondence about our recent episode on Sex Education, which demanded we dig in (and problematize) both our reactions and word choice a little more dee…
 
Thank Freddy It’s Friday... again?! We’re reliving the bad dream of 2010’s A Nightmare on Elm Street remake w/ returning champ Phil Gonzales (Deep in Bear Country & Del Toro Time pods) in order to understand why so many good ideas get turned into brown mush! It’s a very lively discussion that includes exploring “Bad Man” preschool, we delve into wh…
 
In a Uni miracle, Brenna and Joe are joined by their YA Lit classmate and bestie Jen Crocker to discuss Jenny Han's super cute 2015 realist romance sequel, PS I Still Love You and its (awkwardly titled) 2020 Netflix film, which reunites Lana Condor and Noah Centineo and introduces Jordan Fisher as fan favourite John Ambrose McClaren. The changes be…
 
Here's a sneak peak at our all new full-length Patreon bonus episode on Blumhouse's Fantasy Island (2020), the entertainingly dumb OR boringly stupid new remake of the 1977 TV series. Like what you hear? Head on over to www.patreon.com/horrorqueers and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content today! For information regarding your data priva…
 
Minisode or regularsode? You be the judge as Brenna and Joe check back in on the British Netflix series Sex Education, which released its second season back in January. How does the series avoid traditional (read: North American) depictions of trauma and abuse? How are new (potentially tokenistic) characters introduced? What aspect does Brenna thin…
 
What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than Sexy Murder? On a special bonus episode of Kill By Kill: After Dark, we're talking about the Crimetime After Primetime classic, Silk Stalkings (Season 3, Episode 11) which also guest stars Up All Night host Rhonda Shear! Here to help us put the cuffs on is returning champion, Michael Varrati!! Suit …
 
We're kicking off Women in Horror Month with a confusing and frankly boring erotic thriller about a threatening lesbian roommate, written by a gay man, for straight male audiences. Joining us for the ride are the two Amys (Kasio and Ketchum) of Double A Horror Highway, who help to unpack the film's mushroom cut hairstyles, portable computing device…
 
It's time for a Nuclear dystopia, so Brenna and Joe hunker down in a Garden of Eden...er...valley of plenty in the hopes that a man of science never comes to threaten the peace. Or is it two men? This week, we're traveling back to 1974 to discuss Robert C. O'Brien's Z For Zachariah, a compelling, female-centric YA account of the end of the world. W…
 
There's nowhere to run... nowhere to hide... Axe Gang (local 238) of the New World has us in their sights! Patrick & Gena are ready to put these psychos away as we finish up the horror-procedural Cobra and discuss the most important thing about it: prop comedy! Or is it how to advertise a cult in the Penny Saver? No - it's Shelly Finkelstein cospla…
 
Anniversary month is dead! Long live Birthday month! To get the ball rolling, Joe has selected a terrible (read: great) film from his beloved Hellraiser franchise. Of course he opted for the fourth film - the one in space! - directed by none other than fake DGA moniker Alan Smithee (actually FX master Kevin Yagher). Folks, we have yet another super…
 
Feb 2020 is a slighter month than January, so there are still great books to add to your library hold lists! Brenna and Joe have poured over the month and selected their top 3-4 picks, along with a few honourable mentions. Joe Alice by Heart by Steven Sater No True Believers by Rabiah York Lumbard Red Hood by Elana K. Arnold What I Want You To See …
 
Grab your first edition copy of The Iliad, because we're closing out our anniversary month by covering Rob Cohen's (The Fast and the Furious, xXx) The Boy Next Door, an erotic thriller that is neither erotic nor thrilling! Joining us for this riff-fest is noted The Boy Next Door defender (and fellow Bloody Disgusting columnist) Matt Donato, and he'…
 
At the request of listener Emily, Brenna and Joe travel Down Under to Sydney to check in on Italian-Australian Josephine Alibrandi, the sassy/spunky heroine of of Melina Marchetta's 1992 Aussie YA Classic, Looking for Alibrandi and its 2000 film adaptation by Kate Woods. The pair are hardly surprised that the book is a staple of the high school cur…
 
Thank Cobra It’s Friday! That’s right, we’re combing our love of horror and 80s action cheese as we attempt to charm the very deadly Sylvester Stallone cop classic, Cobra with returning Kill By Kill champion, Patrick Bromley (F This Movie). Along the way, we discuss Axe Gang Diversity, Marion Cobretti’s filthy batcave kitchen, and ask the important…
 
Anniversary month continues as the boys head back to high school, bitches! Along with special guest PRIMO the ALIEN, we're digging into co-directors Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's remake of their own film, which is itself a franchise non-starter (Part One, you say? Show us the receipts!) Despite a killer opening, this film certainly did not "blu…
 
More than a year into the podcast, Brenna and Joe decide to tackle the definition of Young Adult literature (better late than never, right?) Thanks to a prompt from listener Garrett, in the first (true) minisode of the new year, we delve into the specifics: YA as a category, not a genre Using content and age ranges to distinguish Middle-Grade from …
 
The wait is over! We're back for 2020 with a brand new full length episode that delves deep into Brenna's childhood love: Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables (1908). This is easily the most popular Canadian YA text of all time, especially when we're considering its adaptations, including the 1985 miniseries and Moira Walley-Beckett's recent…
 
Thank Freddy for Wes Craven! On this episode of Kill By Kill, we're getting serious - mostly - about one of the best horror films to emerge from the 1990s, Wes Craven's New Nightmare. Gena & Patrick are joined by Birth Movies Death writer and Horror Movie A Day author Brian Collins as we dig into the pure Hollywood tale of the lengths one master mo…
 
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