Hadrian Flyte joins Evan to discuss the cult 1974 TV series Kolchak: The Night Stalker. Topics include top-notch journalism, deadly moss, and cosplay that will never happen, so don’t even ask. Continue reading
Sophist Radio‘s James DeRosa is back yet again; he and Evan discuss the epic battle between cultural/political icons and the walking dead in Don Coscarelli’s dramatic horror-comedy Bubba Ho-Tep. Topics include hero walks, the elderly, and when exactly it is appropriate to make a dick joke. Continue reading
Natalie Pershall returns to discuss another crazy Japanese horror game; this time it’s Grasshopper Manufacture’s Shadows of the Damned, an excellent game that nobody bought. They talk about rapping skulls, crazy exploitation, and try to figure out why they love this game but hate Duke Nukem Forever despite the fact that they both rely so heavily on poop and dick jokes. Continue reading
Evan and The Twin Peaks Podcast‘s Matt Humphrey talk about Alan Wake, a game that was in development for five years but still manages to be really good. They dive into series lore, discuss which Log Lady is best, and then Evan shares a plot theory so crazy that it breaks Matt’s brain.
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In the longest, least safe-for-work episode yet, Evan and Frank Anderson take it upon themselves to try to explain why the Saw movies are worth watching, despite what marketing has led you to believe. They also come up with some game ideas, discuss the past and current state of horror films, and expose Twilight’s single most nefarious contribution to culture. Continue reading
Evan and Brian Taylor discuss Dead Space: Extraction, one of their choices for “best games that nobody played.” On the way, they fall victim to the fanboy siren song of Dead Space’s extended universe, discuss the relative merits of bum fights, and sit in awe of what may be the epitome of Wii motion controls. Continue reading
World 8 Podcast co-host Chase Koeneke joins Evan to talk about John Carpenter’s 1982 gross-out alien movie. After the worst intro in the history of the show, they pull it together and discuss the film, its disappointing video game “sequel,” their own ideas for what to do with the license, and the upcoming prequel of the same name. Continue reading