Finally! Episode 27 is complete. The longest show that we have ever done. The biggest edit that Goggs has ever done. Was it all worth it? We’ll let you be the judge of that!
As you may have guessed, this episode is all about Boz’s adventures at FrightFest this year. And along for the ride is friend of the show Matt, who kept him company for most of the duration.
In this episode the following movies are discussed:
– The Guest
– Sin City 2
– Shockwave Darkside 3D
– Late Phases
– Green Inferno
– Dead Snow 2
– The Last Showing
– All Cheerleaders Die
– The Harvest
– Starry Eyes
– I Survived A Zombie Holocaust
– Life After Beth
– The Babadook
– Among The Living
– Open Windows
– The Samurai
– Stage Fright
– V/H/S Viral
Hopefully this rundown of the 25 movies that were devoured over the long August Bank Holiday weekend will whet your appetite to seek some of them out. If you do, or have seen them already, please be sure to drop us an e-mail to email@example.com or visit the Facebook page and leave us a comment there – www.facebook.com/thelittlepodofhorrors
Until next time …….
Our gallant crew discuss the recent top 100 Trek episodes list put out by io9.com.
Ghosts and ghouls descend on the podcast (I’m talking about Omar, Kevin, and Ro) to take special spooktacular trivia by Dr. Don
We manage to bodge together a recording set up and return with the album that killed our mixing desk. Please do enjoy Demons & Wizards
So after all those silly teasers here it is at last.
The first instalment in our new season of shows. We can’t tell you how excited we are to be back.
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This post will contain spoilers for the episode, Flatline. Some of the links also contain spoilers to earlier episodes of Doctor Who.
Last week’s episode, Flatline maintains the strong standard of much of this series (after a pretty ropey start). While written by Jamie Mathieson, it had a discernible aroma of a Steven Moffat story, with the villains (“The Boneless”) turning the most everyday areas of life into sites of peril. No longer could one stand near a wall, or even stand on a floor, without risking death. The Boneless come in the recent tradition of monsters such as the Vashta Nerada and of course, the Weeping Angels. (more…)
In this episode, Emma and Mike review Jamie Mathieson’s Flatline. Will they find it “plane” amazing or just… well, flat?