Wednesday, 23 February 2011

106 - I'm Not Comfortable Saying Hatchet II

How much do I not want to say the words "big tits zombie"?

This week your friends Count Vardulon and the Divemistress are joined, once again, by very special guest Brad McHargue.  The trio talk all manner of things, from how to properly make a low-budget movie to how not to make a medium-budget movie.  The DM announces a plan to watch every movie with the word "massacre" in the title, and the Count makes a shocking discovery about The Simpsons.  Who's got a problem with Adam Green?  Tune in to find out!

Poll Results
Q: Is it possible to travel through time without changing the course of history?
A: Who's to say you weren't supposed to travel through time to begin with?

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

105 - Tell Five People about this Episode...Or Die!

This week your friends Count Vardulon and the Divemistress take a look at a new Superman animated feature, disagree over what constitutes a thriller, and attempt to make sense of the baffling Chain Letter.  Tune in to find out about how we've come one step closer to the imminent robot uprising, and stay hear The Count make a big deal out of nothing.  Guess who enjoyed Tron: Legacy!

Pool Results:
What lives in the darkness?
Winner -- more arkness
Runner up (tie) -- ghosts, monsters, the hell dimension

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

104 - Life is Flammable

This week your friends Count Vardulon and the Divemistress take a look at three big and bigger-budget movies as a way of staving off trashing indie horror for one more week.  Join them as they fail to uncover the mysteries of Vanishing on 7th Street and My Soul to Take, and be amazed by how restrained they are when they talk about Chris Smith's latest triumph, Black Death.  Other issues addressed include Alan Wake and Piranha 3D (again).

Poll results:
Bryan Mills (Taken) beat out Ras al-Ghul (Batman Begins) for Liam Neeson's best role.

Wednesday, 2 February 2011

103 - Bringing Decency Back!

This week your friends Count Vardulon and the Divemistress take a break from dire, unpleasant indie genre film and take a look at two big budget features and one amazing sci-fi TV movie.  The A-Team proves to be much better than expected, The Host is a triumph of movie-monster cinema, and The Quatermass Conclusion is everything you would expect from a Nigel Kneal sci-fi epic.  Tune in to hear a debate about what exactly constitutes a sword-and-sandals movie, and stay to find out why The Count has given up on American Being Human.  Also, The DM would like again to offer her apologies to Tara Strong.

Poll results:
Complete this sentence: Jennifer's body is...100% stupid.