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Libsyn no longer posting to Word Press

Hey gang,

Apparently, Libsyn can’t post our episodes to the blog anymore. In fact, they claim they never could, which is super strange because they have been the entire time we’ve had this blog. So I’m looking into it to see if I can find a work-around to make it post again.

For all three of you who follow us, that is. 🙂


Another Theme Month for October

Hi friends,

We’re doing another theme month in October. This time, we’re doing Directors Who Aren’t Directing. These will be movies features people who typically sit in the director’s chair, but are only acting this time around. An example would be Eli Roth in “Inglorious Basterds” or anytime one of Edgar Wright’s director friends have a cameo in his movies. If you have any suggestions for us, please tweet them to us or post them on our Facebook page. That would be SUPER.

So long, and thanks for all the fish!

For next week: “Night of the Comet” (1984) with PAUL HEATH!

132 Night of the CometSHUT UP! Paul Heath returns to the podcast and this time, he’s in the room with Kyle in LA! It’s magical, it’s wonderful! Spoiler alert: we go off on many a tangent and countless sidebars are begged. It’s the type of episode you’ve always dreamed of. Minus the naked lady Bond villains.

Listen on Monday, God DAMNIT!

Also listen to the Pharos Project and Hammer Horror Podcasts

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For next week: Batman Returns (1992) with Tyler Smith of Battleship Pretension

127 Batman Returns

Returning guest and other half of the Battleship Pretension Podcast is our ol’ pal Tyler Smith. Commercials are despised and Batman is discussed. Basically the best time you could possibly have on Monday.

Get ready.

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For Next Week: #123 – The Lair of the White Worm (1988)


It’s a mixture of charming befuddlement, bagpipery, and defiled religious relics when we watch Ken Russell’s 1988 pseudo-horror movie The Lair of the White Worm. The Twelfth Doctor himself, Peter Capaldi, is in it. So how does that fit you? Also Hugh Grant, and a woman who is a snake person. I mean, it’s pretty cool.

If you’d like to watch the trailer, click on the hyperlink like we’ve all been taught to do from a very early age.

Also, watch Lincoln’s “The World Without Christmas” because they’re quite good.

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The Nose Knows Best

by Bethany Sheldon

I Thought You Were Shorter

Scent and memory are a funny thing. It’s amazing how you can be minding your own business, pass by someone on the street who is wearing the same cologne your boyfriend in 8th grade wore, and suddenly you’re in his basement in the dark…sitting on the floor playing Mario Kart on a Nintendo 64. For real. Get your mind out of the gutter. We were only 13!

This morning, I reached up to grab my hairspray only to find out that the can was empty. If you know me, you know that this is somewhat of a tragedy. I’m a girl who loves her hairspray. Thinking I might have some squirreled away somewhere, I dug around in the drawer where I keep spare toothpaste and contact solution and came out with a bottle I’ve had for a while. Several years ago, I was Betty Draper for Halloween and tried to…

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#102 – 2 YEARS! – The Evil Dead Saga w/ Paul Heath and Rob Walker

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It’s our two year anniversary!!!! Holy crap! That we’ve stuck it out this long is truly phenomenal. Kyle owes someone some money for this podcast still existing. At any rate, as they did last year with the two-part John Carpenter retrospective, Lincoln and Kyle are joined by Paul Heath from The Pharos Project and Robert Walker, creator of Victorian Cut-Out Theatre, for a talk about the Evil Dead series of films by Sam Raimi and the recent reboot/remake/reimagining by Fede Alvarez. This is a long and meandering question which also touches on the Robocop trailer, “Video Nasties,” reboots versus remakes versus reimaginings, and a whole lot of puns and things. Yay!

Thanks for listening for two years! Here’s to at least two more!

Follow Paul on Twitter, and listen to the Pharos Project

Follow Rob on Twitter, and watch Victorian Cut-Out Theatre

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#101 – The Cornetto Trilogy

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101 Cornetto Trilogy

This week, it’s a very special, rather meandering episode in which our heroes discuss Edgar Wright‘s newly completed Cornetto Trilogy [consisting of Shaun of the Dead (2004), Hot Fuzz (2007), and The World’s End(2013)] and how they relate to their friendship and their dumb student films. It also gets a bit spoilery toward the end, so a warning to those who haven’t seen the final chapter. Beyond that, the fellas discuss new releases Blue Jasmine and The Spectacular Now as well as old garbage The Island and The Day After Tomorrow. It’s a good time all around.

Next week, it’s the 2 Year Anniversary special in which Kyle and Lincoln are joined by friends of the show Paul Heath and Rob Walker to discuss the Evil Dead films. Get ready for that, and don’t go readin’ any fleshbound books.

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#100 – A Clip Show Without Clips

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FANFARE! It’s our 100th episode! Hooray! Who’d have thought we’d ever get this far? Certainly not us. It’s blatant self-congratulation as Kyle and Lincoln count down their top five episodes, top five movies, and bottom five movies in the nearly two-year history of the rambly, shambly podcast you know as this one. On top of this, there’s yet another edition of “What the Fuck is That From?!” in which things don’t go any better than it normally does. Kyle also lets you in on a brand new, catch-all remedy for everything. It’s going to be a thing.

We wish to thank everyone who has listened to us blab over this century of podcasting (that’s how it works, right?), those who’ve listened to everything, and those who have only just joined us. We love you all and couldn’t and wouldn’t do it without you. Neato, gang!

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