Thursday, 30 August 2012
This week your friends Count Vardulon and DM recap their time at Fan Expo, Canada's premier convention. This year the duo had a table at the con, but that didn't stop them from seeking out and interviewing authors, filmmakers, and Alan Howarth. Tune in to hear about how The Count didn't get to see Tony Todd and stay to find our how much of a fangirl DM really is.
Visit these links to see what and who you missed because you didn't attend the con.
Alan Draven - author
Scream All You Want - webseries
Michael Stevens - filmmaker
Alan Howarth - composer
David Oman - filmmaker
Jason Darrick - author
Alisee Lee Goldenberg - author
Andrew Barr - artist
Chibi Seimei - artisan
Carson Drew It - t-shirts
Horror in the Hammer - Hamilton-based horror society
Often Funny - webcomic
Fanboy Confessional - Space channel fandom series
Ottawa Horror - Ottawa-based horror society and film collective
Poll results: Why didn't you attend Festival of Fear?
I don't live in or near Toronto 50%
I was washing my hair 50%
Wednesday, 22 August 2012
This week your friends Count Vardulon and DM take a look at three very different movies, each one starring someone famous. Kim Basinger runs away from Lucas Haas, Mickey Rourke is hired by Robert DeNiro, and Justin Timberlake drives around in a car. Tune in to find out what's wrong with The Bourne Legacy, and stay to hear how much the Count doesn't know about The Bourne Legacy.
Poll results: Are you planning on attending Festival of Fear?
Wednesday, 15 August 2012
This week your friends Count Vardulon and DM look to the East for inspiration--three Asian horror movies, none of which are Japanese. Join them as they debate the meaning of "rampage", discuss the linguistic attributes of Korean names, and lament the improper use of location. Fun!
Poll results: For which apocalypse are you preparing?
Mayan apocalypse 40%
Robot apocalypse 60%
Thursday, 9 August 2012
This week your friends Count Vardulon and DM watch movies starring their favourite TV actors. It doesn't go every well. Well, one movie turns out to be worthwhile and another is just so awful you have to see it. Tune in to find out how DM learned the word "spelunking" and stay to hear say something stupid based on a misunderstanding.
Poll Results: How much did you enjoy The Dark Knight Rises?
A whole lot 100%