Thursday, 30 July 2009

32 - We Could Kill A Child

The stars aligned this week so that Count Vardulon and the Divemistress could bring you a non-holiday themed show. Tune in to hear the duo discuss evil children in film and the people who love to watch them die. The DM reviews Village of the Damned, and The Count answers the question: Who can kill a child? Join our friends for a trip down memory lane as The Count recounts being directed by the DM in a high school play.

Tuesday, 21 July 2009

31 - More uncomfortable than watching porn

Count Vardulon and the Divemistress are back from a short break and are ready to talk about what was front-of-mind three weeks ago. First up is the welcome end of Harper's Island, which was worse than thought possible. Next comes a rambling review of Transformers 2, which proved to be far more offensive than a movie about giant fighting robots has any right to be. The DM then goes on to briefly complain about Harry Potter and the Count rounds out this week's bitch session by talking about weird experiences with movie rentals.

Saturday, 18 July 2009

30 - TheAvod Globe

Even though Harper's Island was off the air for a week, that didn't stop Count Vardulon and the Divemistress from talking about it. John Carpenter and the DM reach new crazy heights, and Mer-man weighs in on the movie Knowing. Godzilla Final wars might be the greatest Godzilla movie ever made, and be sure to stock up on ear plugs this month as Twister is playing all the time on TV.

Saturday, 4 July 2009

Special Feature - Rest Stop 2

Count Vardulon and the Divemistress provide commentary for Rest Stop: Don't Look Back. Cue up your copy, watch along, and listen in! Be advised that neither the Count nor the DM have seen this movie before now.

Wednesday, 1 July 2009

29 - Happy 142nd!

In this Canada Day themed episode, Count Vardulon and the Divemistress run down a list of Canadian horror movies. They also sum up the latest and stupidest episode of Harper's Island and talk about the late Michael Jackson's contribution to horror.