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An explanation of how, statistically speaking, High School Musical supporting actor Corbin Bleu is the third-most-important person in history. The story of an unethical 1970s experiment aimed at proving that humans are inherently violent, and how it ended up suggesting the opposite, much to the chagrin of the scientist who designed it. The hunt for the mysterious, racially ambiguous founder of the Nation of Islam. The surprisingly riveting hunt for a lost gay porno about Jesus. An investigat ...
 
Join marginally popular dark fiction author J.R. Hamantaschen (“You Shall Never Know Security,” “With a Voice that is Often Still Confused But is Becoming Ever Louder and Clearer,” several unrequited love letters) and Derek Sotak (“Nachonomics,” “The Field Guide to Nachos,” “Nachos & You,” and a violent call to arms to be uncovered circa 2025) as they discuss the world of horror in (what is hopefully perceived to be) a light-hearted, frivolous and irreverent way. Those are all three words th ...
 
In the pre-Avatar, post 9/11 world of the early 2000s, three friends met in the single hallway of their tiny Texas Christian highschool. Mark Dolph, Jose Treviño and Joseph Richardson immediately hit it off over their shared love for the lowbrow, the highbrow and the mediumbrow. Later, Marisa Treviño– yes relation– made their tripod into a quadropod. Since then, few have consumed and discussed random popular culture with as much rage and gusto. They decided to turn these weekly discussions i ...
 
Are you a self proclaimed geek looking for a safe haven? Look no more! Hosts and total superfans Princess Weekes and Tessa Netting give you your weekly energy boost of the worlds, fandoms and stories you love on The Geeked Podcast! Each week Tessa and Princess will skim the surface of what’s popular in geek culture and deep dive into the lore of Netflix worlds bigger than our own. Worlds like: Stranger Things, The Umbrella Academy, The Witcher and many more! You’ll also get to hear from some ...
 
Welcome to the Horror @ Home Podcast. Every week, three childhood friends talk all things horror. Movies, TV shows, video games, comics - we cover it all! Each episode also features our Stream of the Week - we watch a random horror movie available on streaming platforms, and review it on the next episode. Be sure to check out our Instagram (@horrorathomepod) and Twitch (@horrorathome) pages too! We would love your comments too! Send us an email at horrorathomepod@gmail.com Thanks for listening!
 
www.upcominghorrormovies.com proudly presents All You Need is Blood. A variety of guests discuss a number of different horror topics for your entertainment (and theirs as well). Join our hosts Ryan Tutolo, Shane Smith, and Mike Whittemore as we cover all topics of horror. Any comments or questions about the podcast can be directed to allyouneedisblood@gmail.com
 
It’s about film fans getting together and creating the audio experience of that post movie coffee and pie (or tea in our case) discussion as we work through the select filmographies of the directors whose work interests us with each season being dedicated to the work of a different director. As such we look forward to you joining us and hopfully hearing your own thoughts on the movies we cover or even movies / directors you like to hear us discuss on future episode. Welcome to the booth
 
A forensic psychologist and a licensed therapist discuss psychology through their passion for true crime and criminal psychology. On Shrink Chat Friday's we discuss psychology through our passion for horror, thriller and other films with a sense of humor. Community Membership: https://www.patreon.com/terrortalk Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/terrortalk/support
 
THE INFINITY PODCAST may or may not be a deep dive on the Marvel Cinematic Universe; it may or may not offer hot takes on Ant-Man & The Wasp or Jeremy Renner’s Instagram. What THE INFINITY PODCAST will be — with certainty — is an hour in which hosts Rachel Schenk, Scott Thomas, and Patrick (H) Willems look at pop culture plus the world at large through the lens of a film series that is forever shaping both of them. They’re gonna laugh; they’re gonna argue; they’re gonna ride Marvel’s coattai ...
 
The Watch and Talk is a weekly podcast started by Dylan Schuck (@schuster) and hosted by Karen Peterson (@KarenMPeterson) and Derek Miranda (@DerekMiranda85) dedicated to each a in depth NON SPOILER review of a new theatrical release every week, as well as discussions of everything we've watched that week, a weekly top 5 and more! Perfect for any big fans of TV and film.
 
Unscripted dialogues on archaeology and anthropology of South Asia. Join us on journeys into the pasts of the sub-continent as we discuss the rich material culture, artifacts, and archaeological sites. Let us open the treasure trove of a bygone era as hosts Akash and Durga chip away at a new theme every episode. New episodes every 1st and 15th of the month :) Stay tuned!
 
Welcome to the greatest show in the multiverse! Fasten your seat belts for a rocketship ride to Altair City Spaceport's Rusty Rocket Tavern, where I discuss science fiction, fantasy, and horror; books, comics, movies, TV, games, and toys. Powered by alien technology, eldritch powers, and caffeinated beverages, since a summer night in 2012 fuelled by two double gin and tonics. The spiffingly beezer UK podcast consists of reviews, vintage British media revisits (inc. classic Doctor Who), and g ...
 
Missing the days when you could chat all night about your favorite movies, music, TV shows, games, theme parks and comics? So were we, so we decided to create The Give Me Five podcast. A place for us to discuss our favorite things and to learn about yours. Join Greg, Jimmy and Rob (and the occasional guest) as we talk about our favorite entertainment from the past and present.
 
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Episode 79: LUCY RUN CEMETERYKat, Jen, and Christina continue discussing their trip to Clermont County and their visit to the legendary Lucy Run Cemetery. Is the Lucy the area is named for a real person or a myth?Sources: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/21566050/charles-robinsonhttps://hauntedhocking.com/Haunted_Ohio_Clermont_County.htmhttps://…
 
High in the Pyrenees mountains of southern Europe, in between France and Spain, sits the tiny, isolated country of Andorra. Since the Middle Ages, Andorra has been led by one of the most unique political systems in the world, with a Spanish Catholic bishop and the president of France as joint heads of state. The only time their rule over Andorra ha…
 
The Crypt Dads review Cabinet of Curiosities: The Murmuring with Cody from https://www.codyloveshorror.com/! Directed by Jennifer Kent Starring: Essie Davis and Andrew Lincoln Follow Dads From the Crypt! Twitter: @cryptdads Instagram: @dadsfromthecrypt Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DadsFromTheCrypt Our theme was created by @HY-FY…
 
Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities Se1E01 Lot 36 For the entire set of Anthologic, click here For the RSS Feed for this podcast, use: http://feeds.feedburner.com/anthologic Feedback to: info@thegoodthebadandtheodd.com Or join the facebook group The Good The Bad And The Odd Or chat with Mark who runs the facebook account at http://www.faceb…
 
All horror is psychological. Today we discuss Cabinet of Curiosities and rank all 8 episodes of the series. Website: https://www.terrortalkpodcast.com Community Membership: https://www.patreon.com/terrortalk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terrortalkpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TalkTerror/ Music by Mannequin Uprising --- Send in a voi…
 
The boys mosey back to the farm with another roundup of horror, so imagine last week, but more! They cover Dead Space 3, Dead Space 2023, A Wounded Fawn, Heck, The Last of Us, Infinity Pool, and Tenebrae. Lot of video games and giallo huh? Hope that’s what you’re in the mood for.By The Horror of Nachos & Hamantaschen
 
This week on the Horror at Home Podcast, Andy, Jon & Mike give their thoughts on the trailer for The Boogeyman, Jon takes us to his VHS Vault to show off Return of the Living Dead 3, and we provide our reviews for Peacock's SICK in our Stream of the Week. Finally, Andy and his AI pal hit us with some more horror trivia. Enjoy! Follow us on Instagra…
 
Hello, horrorphiles. With special guest, creepypasta curator/narrator Lady MCreepsta, we review the Shudder exclusive, "She Will" starring Alice Krige, Malcolm McDowell and Kota Eberhardt. Directed by Charlotte Colbert. Written by Charlotte Colbert and Kitty Percy. Presented by Dario Argento. This dissection is spoiler-free. In this episode, we del…
 
In this week's episode we decide to gift our ever growing jean skort to charity. Liv covers the reason behind Dr. John Harvey Kellog creating corn flakes. And Nicole gives us a run down of some of the ghosts that haunt the White House. And you may be surprised to hear who's still there. Sources: https://sabbathways.org/2015/07/13/biologic-living/ h…
 
Will reviews the distraction of an episode which was episode 3. Will discusses the side characters being elevated to a full episode and how that now has severely gone from the path that was the video game plot. Homosexuality, suicide, and murder while trying to promote a sanctity of life theme seems to distracts from the plot and Will dives into wh…
 
No. Now that we’ve got that question out of the way, what’s the closest thing there is to a biggest number? What’s the biggest number we can conceive of? What’s the biggest number we’ve ever calculated? Surprisingly, there are concrete answers. Meet some candidates for the biggest number ever defined: Graham's number, Rayo's number, the Busy Beaver…
 
n episode 44 of All the Horrible Things: Ground Hog Special, Chris and Enan celebrate making it through February 2nd by discussing horror films where characters are stuck reliving the same nightmarish experience over and over. First dissecting how Groundhog Day is actually a #horror film at heart, they then loop around to newer repetitive mind-bend…
 
The first mainstream Hollywood movie to tackle the Holocaust starred, and was directed by, Jerry Lewis, a lowbrow 60s slapstick comedian. Called The Day The Clown Cried and intended for a 1974 release, the very idea of its existence was met with disgust from critics, and it was left unreleased despite being almost entirely complete, a very rare phe…
 
In a situation that may seem familiar to listeners in 2022, in the Russo-Japanese War of 1904 Russia was finding itself humiliated, unexpectedly losing against a nominally less powerful, less significant power. With Russia’s Pacific naval fleet mostly decimated by the Japanese, Russia decided to move its Baltic Fleet out to the Atlantic, around the…
 
All horror is psychological. Today we discuss Escaping the Madhouse: the Nellie Bly Story, Burial, Blood Relatives, Velma on HBO Max, and the book My Heart is a Chainsaw, plus our very own trivia game Horror Facts with Cath. Website: https://www.terrortalkpodcast.com Community Membership: https://www.patreon.com/terrortalk Instagram: https://www.in…
 
We’re back with the first double feature of 2023! The buddies at The Morgue have both a theatrical and streaming release this week with reviews for Infinity Pool and Sick (now on Peacock)! Coming Attractions: Invincible Season 2 Update, The Mandolorian Season 3 Trailer, Shazam! Fury of the Gods Trailer, We Have a Ghost Trailer, The Boogeyman Traile…
 
Episode 78 CLERMONT COUNTY INFIRMARYKat, Jen, and Christina discuss the infirmary and potters field that the current courthouse and jail have been built on top of.Ghostly figures are said to occasionally roam the halls there looking for why their graves, and eternal rest, were disturbed. Sources: https://www.ohioexploration.com/paranormal/hauntings…
 
After a short delay, Hunters season 2 arrived. A show that oscilates between serious alternate history, and sci fi absurdity yet is wildly entertaining and definitely makes you think "what if". In this story, Hitler has survived into the 1970's and it shows what would happen if he stood for trial instead of his bunker suicide. The Legend of Vox Mac…
 
Another year, another chance for the boys to talk about all the horror experiences they endured while on break. Dead Space 3 was played. Hellbender was watched. Reassuring Tales was read. V/H/S/99 was streamed. JR also "peddles" some "new" books, but doesn't seem to know anything about them. This is what taking time off does folks.…
 
This week on Not Another Nat One! We delve into our characters for the upcoming Season 2 of the show! Tune in to learn a bit about our characters, the world they’ll inhabit, and stick around until the very end for a special sneak peak of what season 2 has to offer! So strap into your podcast listening apparatus and prepare to enter the world of The…
 
All horror is psychological. Today we discuss the Hulu series Death in the Dorms. IMDB: Follow the true story of six college students whose lives ended in a tragic murder. Website: https://www.terrortalkpodcast.com Community Membership: https://www.patreon.com/terrortalk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/terrortalkpodcast/ Twitter: https://twitt…
 
We welcome Snacks McGee live in the studio! An update on Bigdog's health emergency, all the stops we made while Snacks was here, True or False, Your Go To..., photo history with Bigdog, 2 movie reviews, and much more! Be sure to check these places out if you're in the area! https://www.kuhncinema.com/ http://oregon.enigmaescapeexperience/ http://ga…
 
We’re team Bill and Frank on The Infinity Podcast! This week: Scott and Rachel break down the stunning third installment of The Last of Us, going deep on how it subverts mainstream queer love tropes, offers the best Nick Offerman giggle, and hints at what Marvel and DC Comics shows have been missing. Plus: a breakdown of the Zachary Levi tweetscape…
 
How likely is life on other planets, really? It’s almost definitely out there somewhere - but it may be frighteningly rare. Then again, as mysterious radio signals and odd dimming patterns from stars suggest, extraterrestrial civilizations might already be trying to contact us. Have they visited us? Almost definitely not. But they might know we’re …
 
In the late 19th century, locusts made large parts of the Great Plains nearly uninhabitable. They formed swarms the size of states, eating everything in their path, becoming a trope in Westerns to this day. And then they went extinct, over just a few decades. Their sudden disappearance predated modern pesticides and industrial farming techniques, a…
 
In the 1960s, as the US and USSR competed to be the first to land a man on the moon, the newly independent African nation of Zambia launched their own space program. Roundly mocked by the international press, historians and Zambians alike still debate what the Zambian space program really was: an honest attempt at reaching space on a shoestring bud…
 
In a rural county in Georgia, fifty miles east of Atlanta, sits a mysterious monument. Stonehenge-like granite slabs are engraved with a message in eight common world languages, urging passersby to "maintain humanity under 500 million", "guide reproduction wisely, improving fitness and diversity", and "be not a cancer on the Earth", among other uns…
 
In 1973, 11 people, from all over the world, were set adrift on a raft in the Atlantic for 100 days, in order to prove a rogue scientist's theory that in isolation, men will fight to the death over their right to have sex with women. The experiment ended up in a peaceful, surprisingly wholesome place, to the chagrin of the scientist, who had done e…
 
Fanfiction has a surprisingly long and distinguished history - it's older than most forms of literature, and acclaimed authors from Alexander Pope to S.E. Hinton have all written fanfic of others' works. Nonetheless, the most famous fanfic in existence is still probably an anonymous, so-bad-it's-good 44-chapter Harry Potter fanfiction from 2006. It…
 
One of the largest and best-known Black nationalist organizations may have been founded by a white guy from Portland. Introducing the fascinating mystery of Wallace Fard Muhammad, a young, racially ambiguous man who showed up out of nowhere in 1930s Detroit, founded the Nation of Islam, and disappeared as mysteriously as he'd appeared. In the ensui…
 
He's a cultural icon for having directed The Room, a hilarious disaster of a movie, but Tommy Wiseau isn't just an entertaining weirdo, he's a walking mystery. Nobody knows where or when he was born, what country he is from, or how he got his massive fortune he used to finance the production of The Room - though people have their theories, and they…
 
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