Wednesday, 29 December 2010
This week on TheAvod, your friends Count Vardulon and The Divemistress run down Fearnet's terrible year-end lists, while at the same time failing to counter with any lists of their own. Join them as they rediscover lost 80s gem Neon Maniacs--truly a film far ahead of its time. Also under the microscope are Satan's Little Helper and Scarce, which disappoint to wildly varying degrees.
Q: How do you like your vampires?
A: Vicious irredeemable killers
Wednesday, 22 December 2010
When it rains it pours! As a special holiday treat, Count Vardulon and the Divemistress chat with hard-horror author Drew Stepek about his latest novel, Knuckle Supper. Join the fun as they discuss Garth Marenghi's Darkplace, tear-jerker animated movies, and Jeremy Renner. Oh yeah, and Knuckle Supper, too.
Most of you were "meh" about The Walking Dead. 25% of you enjoyed it very much and 16% of you liked it a little bit and not at all.
Thursday, 16 December 2010
It's time for another Special Feature! After months of scheduling conflicts, Count Vardulon and The Divemistress finally join hands across the Atlantic with screenwriter Simon Savory. We talk gay horror and the films of Van Damme. What's David deCoteau's next big project? Are Edgar Allen Poe fans all jerks? And does Simon really own a Pikachu costume? Tune in to find out!
Wednesday, 8 December 2010
This week your friends Count Vardulon and The Divemistress select three titles from Netflix instant watch. Why these three in particular? One had a catchy title. Another had a stupid title. And the third one...well, it was there. The Count and the DM wrap up The Walking Dead by criticizing, of all things, the big explosion at the end of the show. Tune in to hear how the DM is the last one to The Guild party, and watch the Count take credit for changes made to both the Saw franchise and The Walking Dead.
Terror from beyond the moon!
1. Colourful vapour! 2. Cephalopods!
Wednesday, 1 December 2010
This week on TheAvod, Count Vardulon and the Divemistress attempt to class up the joint by talking about two intelligent British sci-fi films penned by Nigel Kneale. It all goes pear-shaped when they get to the third movie on the list, a Japanese indie feature called RoboGeisha. Tune in to hear more bitching about The Walking Dead and stay to hear about how The DM got her wires crossed on turkey movies.
Poll results: Passover was voted as the holiday most in need of a horror movie. Ash Wednesday came in second, and Labour Day took third. Oy gavult!