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We at Death By DVD recently were asked by a fan why we never use the movies title as the name of our new episodes! Well, that's a great question. Ya see, Hank and Nash like to come up with something creative, and alluring, something that will drag you in and make you want to listen to an episode. For example, the classic fan favorite : "You And A Monkey Started Aids!" where the boys discussed the Quintin Dupieux film "Rubber"
Huh.. Alright, we get your point. WELL, on this episode of Death By DVD we're going to be discussing the classic 1974...Uhhhh...Uhmm.. Ah, just tune in!
Despite being two highly trained weird-o horror-watchin'-monster-mad-men, this week on Death By DVD Hank and Nash return to talk about Netflix, FOR THE THIRD TIME! You know what that means?! That means they didn't put together any actual ideas for something of quality that they could discuss, so the boys will go through their accounts and rattle of nonsense.
If this write up doesn't appeal to you, don't feel bad. But just remember you're the reason why children get cancer.
Actress and newbie to the Scream Queen scene Bianca Barnett is good enough to stop by and have a chat with the crew of Death by DVD. Barnett will discuss her acting roles as well as the genre of horror and how she feels about it and being a part of it. Hank and Nash will probably sit there drooling. I mean really, what is a classy, smart and attractive lady like Bianca doing talking with a couple of basement dwelling trolls such as ourselves? It's a big day for Death by DVD. This may be the first time we have sat down with a woman and she doesn't run away screaming (or in most cases laughing). Then again it is a 90 min show and anything can happen.
A special Death by DVD event. Toe Tag pictures writer & director Fred Vogel joins Hank Sawyer and I. Alexander Nash for a 60 minute chat on all things Fred. Tune into a special day time episode of Death by DVD and see how close we can get this to an episode of Oprah.
90 minutes with mr.Philip Nutman. Nutman is a writer/journalist/screenwriter. basically a jack of all trades of the written word. For years Nutman has been the British voice of Fangoria magazine as well as working on his own material through books like "Wet Work" and the forthcoming "Full Throttle." As a contributor to the late 80's "Splatterpunk" scene, Nutman worked with such greats as David Schow and the formidable Skip and Spector. Nutman also has talent as a screen as he has shown us with the brutal yet important film "The Girl Next Door," based on Jack Ketchum's famous book of the same name. Philip stops by Death by DVD this week to discuss his past and future in the horror scene as well as tell us what's so damn great about Malcolm McDowell. Tune in this week and learn something for a change.
On this weeks episode of Death By DVD Hank and Nash discuss.. well, we're not sure. Something. Or another.
An open discussion on modern horror, remakes, and the fact that some of you people watch the dumbest movies ever made. Or maybe we'll just make 30 minutes worth of bad jokes, yell a little whole lot abit, and uh, yeah.
How'd you guys like the Kevin Smith reference for a title? Yeah, how about that, a Kevin Smith joke. We're writing millions of gold plated zingers like that every day. Impressed, I bet.
it's the halloween season again, and we are doing what we usually do this time of the year. Throughout the month of October we'll be doing double the shows. That's right two episodes of Death by DVD a week and it's FREE! Yeah I know all the shows are free, but now you get double the amount of free. See how much money you are saving? For the next month we'll be discussing the most prevalent slashers in the business. We'll be giving you a double dose of Elm St and Crystal Lake. We'll break down each and every film in both of the respected cannons. It's Friday the 13th and you can't fall asleep, what are you going to do? We you're gonna listen to this that's what you're gonna do.
Considering it's the holiday where people end up face down in the gutter, Death by DVD is taking the week off (basically because we have to make appearances in those gutters). "But what about the show!?! I can't take a week off from you guys. If I have to wait two weeks I'll go into withdraw!" Well, before you fans out there replace your blood like Keith Richards, we have a solution for you. This week we'll be doing a short show running around 30 mins. That way all you sheepeople will get your Nurse Ratchet like dosage of the best of talk radio, and we can still get blind stinking slammered for New Years. It's a win/win situation (well, unless you count all of the young ladies we will be hitting on when we are said slammered. then it's a win/win/sad situation). For our first short subject show, we will be discussing exploitation films all made by actor Andrew Prine. Prine was a ubiquitous face in exploitation cinema throughout the 60's, 70's and 80's. He starred and co-starred in countless films through these years, always elevating the movie with his performance. Prine can single-handedly be thanked for making these films memorable and even requisite watching. We'll be discussing some of his highlight performances with films like Simon King of the Witches and Centerfold Girls. Also, we will be getting into other movies like, Barn of the Naked Dead and even the tank treaded cyborg film of the 80's, The Eliminators. We'll return next week with or normal show as always...that is unless it rains while we're in those gutters and in that case we'll be doing the show as bloated fishy white corpses from the city morgue. Still could be a good show though. I mean Rosie O'Donnell did like 8 seasons as a bloated fishy white corpse so why can't we?
Just when you thought it was safe to listen to a podcast.. Death By DVD returns!
This week the boys discuss a film they have referenced endlessly throughout the years, but haven't actually discussed! So, we proudly present thirty minutes of Hank and Nash rambling about the glory of Jaws, and the increasingly bad sequels.
Farewell and adieu to you, fair Spanish ladies. Farewell and adieu, you ladies of Spain. For we've received orders for to sail back to Boston. And so nevermore shall we see you again....
Death By DVD returns after two weeks off to discuss Sexy Beast, a quaint sincere movie about several British farmers who decide to go on a fun filled adventure to the big city, with gut busting laughs and a warm surprisingly comforting tone, Sexy Beast will leave you and your family saying "Gee Golly!"
OR something like that...
On this weeks lackluster episode of Death By DVD Hank and Nash discuss the first film in the "Cornetto and blood" trilogy, Shaun Of The Dead. In complete honesty, there isn't much to be said about the movie. It's absolutely hysterical, and despite the blood, guts, and zo-...well, you know. Those guys.. it's a charming, fun movie.
So, cheers to thirty minutes a pure slice of fried gold!
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