Friday, 19 December 2008
Count Vardulon and The Divemistress table their discussion about The Wishmaster in order to run through a list of their favourite genre holiday classics. The Count gets into the holiday spirit by criticizing the DM's choice to watch Die Hard. For her part, the DM complains about the lack of Hanukkah themed horror movies. Join your friends in a Christmas celebration full of laughter and fear! Guaranteed a better time than actually watching Christmas movies on TV.
Sunday, 14 December 2008
This episode is dedicated to all our fan out there in Internet Land. But before they get around to expressing their profound appreciation for their listener, Count Vardulon and The Divemistress discuss John Carpenter's descent into madness. The Count attempts to synopsize an episode of Fringe without boring himself or the DM, and the two argue about just why Jumper isn't any good.
Saturday, 13 December 2008
This episode takes its name from the title of a terrible terrible indie film which Count Vardulon forced on The Divemistress. Also on the docket are the TV show Fringe, short people, and a run through of the 50 goriest films of all time.
Confusingly, episode 3 is actually the second regular episode of TheAvod, since the Halloween Special doesn't count. Listen to The Divemistress gloat about having seen Midnight Meat Train! Hear Count Vardulon explain why profiling is an ineffective crime-fighting technique! The DM also lays out her plan to watch all the John Carpenter movies to date.
In this second episode, Count Vardulon and The Divemistress discuss their (least) favourite holiday movies and frachises. A short trip down memory lane forces the duo to relive the horror of Disney's Sleepy Hollow as well as the equally terrifying (though for different reasons) Charlie Brown halloween speical.
In this inaugural episode, Count Vardulon and The Divemistress each defend their positions on The Dark Knight. The Count outlines his "Michael Clayton rule" and the DM has trouble vocalizing her objections to his outlandish statements about The Joker.