Thursday, 28 March 2013
This week on TheAvod Count Vardulon and DM are surprised to learn that England produces amateur, low-budget genre films, just like everyone else. Less surprising is the revelation that this week's Loonie Movie isn't worth a dollar. The Bay, on the other hand is worth quite a few dollars. Like at least 6, which how much it costs to rent. Tune in to find out how not to sell a movie and stay to hear how RE6 has redeemed itself.
Poll results: How are you surviving the zompocalypse?
I'm executing an elaborate plan to blow up the city 16%
I'm driving around the countryside kicking zombie ass 16%
I'm holed up in my country home with my guns and MREs 16%
I'm not 52%
Thursday, 21 March 2013
This week on TheAvod your friends Count Vardulon and DM take a liking to all three movies, although opinions are divided on I Am Omega. Halloween documentary The American Scream had DM in tears, and The Loved Ones had both reeling from the experience of watching it. Tune in to find out about new and old TV, and stay to hear about a CD you should buy. Click here to watch a short horror movie about the letter S.
Poll results: Who/what's haunting your mansion?
The former owner 0%
The current owner 33%
My regrets 34%
No one. But I do have a guy locked in the basement 33%
Thursday, 14 March 2013
This week your friends Count Vardulon and DM pick a winner. Two winners, as a matter of fact. The Legend of Hell House is a must-see for any haunted house/ghost hunting movie, and the Loonie Movie is totally worth a dollar. Maybe even two. Mongolian Death Worm, on the other hand, is a Syfy original. So yeah. Tune in to find out what's coming to Canada, and stay to hear what's happening next year.
Poll results: What awesome graphic are you painting on the side of your creep van?
Death Star 0%
Frank Frazetta-inspired art 30%
Graffiti tags 0%
I'm not painting my shitty van 70%
Wednesday, 6 March 2013
This week on TheAvod, Count Vardulon and DM find themselves at odds about two of the three films they watched. Normally DM is very appreciative of effort, but not in the case of this week's Loonie Movie. Usually the Count likes low-budget fare, but takes issue with Creep Van. Looper's just flat-out amazing. Tune in to find out who's tired of zombies, and stay to hear a theory about a possible new sub-genre. Click here for educational purposes.
Poll results: Which videogame would you next like to see made into a movie?
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs 12%
Alan Wake 25%
Aquaman: Battle for Atlantis 63%