Saturday 4 May 2024

664 - Cool It


This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM are joined by Rob Rector to discuss Road House and Road House. Opinions are split on the remake and DM finds herself in the minority. Tune in for a mini movie review and stay for a mild TV rant.

Sunday 28 April 2024

663 - Late Night with TheAvod


This week, your friends Count Varduon and DM are again joined by Rob Rector to work through their feelings about Late Night with the Devil. Everyone really wants to like this movie, but all are agreed that it falls a bit short of the mark. Tune in for a video game recommendation and stay to hear DM take over the quiz section of the show.

Tuesday 23 April 2024

662 - Duned


This week on TheAvod, your friends Count Vardulon and DM are joined by Rob Rector to talk a lot about Dune parts 1 and 2. Tune in for a movie recommendation and stay for a second one.

Sunday 31 March 2024

661 - Antholocraft


This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM wrap up their "month" of Lovecraft with a TV anthology installment and a Lovecraft anthology movie. Tune in for a very positive video game review, and stay to find out what movies DM watched while she was flying back and forth across the Atlantic Ocean.

Saturday 16 March 2024

660 - Retro Lovecraft


This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM watch two more Lovecrafty movies. There's some good stuff buried in The Unnamable and The Unnamable 2. Tune in for a video game review, and stay to hear DM fail to count to six. Twice.

Tuesday 12 March 2024

659 - Modern Lovecraft


This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM watch a couple of Lovecraft adaptations. Suitable Flesh isn't bad but is very, very, gratuitously sexual. Color Out of Space is a pretty good effort to adapt what is often thought to be an unfilmable story. Tune in to hear DM thoroughly embarrass herself, and stay for discussion about "Lovecraftian" means.

Sunday 3 March 2024

658 - Found Footage Fiesta


This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM return to their favourite horror sub-genre with a couple of found footage movies. Deadstream does a great job making you dislike its main character, and Hell House LLC Origins does a bad job expanding the Hell House mythos. Tune in for a documentary recommendation and stay for a tangential self-promotion for a video made nearly a decade ago.