Friday, 8 November 2019

499 - Terminated Again


This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM are joined by Rob Rector to complain about Terminator: Dark Fate. Talk about squandered potential! This movie is way too long and full of holes. Tune in for a book report and stay for a list of killer robot also-rans.

Thursday, 31 October 2019

Special Feature - Hocus Pocus


Happy Halloween! Celebrate this year with a brand new (and long overdue) special feature in which Count Vardulon and DM provide commentary for a movie they've never seen. This time, they're catching up on Hocus Pocus, a much-beloved Halloween film which totally passed them by.

Friday, 25 October 2019

498 - Clowntasrophe


This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM are back to discuss two very different movies, and not just because one's good and the other really isn't. Unsurprisingly, the predecessor to Terrifier is just as bad as Terrifier, but new Netlfix horror Eli is pretty good and worth checking out. Tune in for a yet another recommendation for the You Must Remember This podcast, and stay for a discussion about Police Academy, of all things.

497 - Smile, Darn You


This week DM is away doing normal adult things, so Count Vardulon is joined by Rob Rector to "review" Joker. Tune in for a podcast recommendation, and stay for some political rantings.

Saturday, 28 September 2019

496 - Swan Song


This week on TheAvod, Count Vardulon and DM are again joined by Rob Rector to discuss Rambo: Last Blood. In an unusual twist, Rob sides with the Count on this one. Tune for a short "review" of Geostorm, and stay for a very specific, if outdated, list.

Wednesday, 11 September 2019

495 - It Sucks Chapter 2


This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM are joined by Rob Rector to dump all over It Chapter Two. Tune in to find out which are the best and worst Stephen King adaptations, and stay for a story about parking logistics.

Friday, 6 September 2019

494 - So That Happened


This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM try to make sense of Death House. It doesn't go well. They also rave about the end of Eerie, which is an object lesson in how to stick the landing. Tune to find out who's scared to be home alone, and stay for a TV recommendation if you like Black Mirror but think it's too long.