Thursday, 12 January 2017
This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM are totally let down by the movies they watched. Southbound is an anthology film without any real stories to tell, and Abattoir has the best premise and worst execution. Tune in to find out who can't tell the difference between Deep Star Six and Leviathan, and stay to hear the greatest tease ever.
Saturday, 7 January 2017
Happy new year from TheAvod! In order to celebrate the brand new year, your friends Count Vardulon and DM watch a couple of truly terrible Christmas movies. Avid listeners might know which two much-talked about films are under the microscope this time. Tune into find out what you should and shouldn't be watching on Netflix, and stay to learn a new word.
Friday, 30 December 2016
Tuesday, 20 December 2016
Friday, 16 December 2016
This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM watch two movies which are the opposite of each other. As expected, Don't Breathe did not live up to the hype, but Hush is surprisingly good and probably should have been in theatres. Tune in to find out who signed up for Amazon Prime, and stay to hear DM and the Count run through another (better?) Xmas horror movie list. Click here for a thing and here for another thing.
Friday, 9 December 2016
This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM freak right out over the trailer for Death Standing. They also watch two movies so problematic they make no sense. Bleed might be about an evil death cult and their search for their messiah, but then again, it might not. And Exeter is more than likely Marcus Nispel's attempt to work through his daddy issues, but since it doesn't track from one moment to the next, it could also be about how drug use isn't a gateway for evil spirits. Tune in to find out what documentaries aren't worth watching, and stay to hear who would make a great live-action Nathan Drake.
Friday, 2 December 2016
This week, your friends Count Vardulon and DM finally get round to watching 10 Cloverfield Lane, and agree it was better to wait than pay to see it in theatres. Sacrifice, which is also on Netflix, isn't nearly as bad. Tune in to find who's a glutton for punishment, and stay for a would-be authoritative list of Xmas horror movies.