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Two Dudes Talk About Danzig Live

Sean and Robert see the dark one, Glenn Danzig live in concert and lived to tell the tale. Lots of great conversation in this one. Dig in!

 

Robert’s favorite Metal documentary “Cannibal Corpse: Centuries of Torment” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGPot3rP53o

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Five Scary Movies You Might Have Missed

Nothing beats watching your favorite scary movies during the month of October. If you’re always on the hunt for a new Halloween favorite, here’s a few that aren’t the usual suspects.

1. “The Changeling” (1980).
George C. Scott plays a composer, destroyed by a family tragedy, who moves to a long-abandoned mansion in Seattle. He quickly finds that something weird is going on his news digs.

This movie is a moody, slow burn kind of film. There’s not a lot of “scares” per se, but the overall mood of the film elicits the right kind of creepy that is perfect for the Halloween Season. The thriller aspect of the story keeps the audience on the edge of their seat till the very end.

2. “The American Experience: The Donner Party” (1992).
Reality trumps fantasy in this Ric Burs documentary. Using interviews with historians, vintage photos and dramatic narration, the tale of the Donner Party’s doomed expedition over the Sierra-Nevadas is chilling in its stark reality of the dangers and degradation faced by settlers. Knowing that these travelers will eventually have to resort to cannibalism and murder to survive only increases the sense of dread for the viewer.

3. “Ghostwatch” (1992)
Loosely based on the “real” account of the “Enfield Poltergeist”, this BBC1 Halloween program proved so terrifying for British viewers, it was never reshown. “Ghostwatch” was presented as a real documentary television program, starring well-respected TV presenters, including Michael Parkinson, Sarah Greene and Craig Charles (Lister from Red Dwarf). Using theatrical techniques, there are many appearances of “ghosts” throughout the program, leading to an apocalyptical ending.
“Ghostwatch” is hard to track down, but it is well worth it.

4.”The Stone Tape” (1972)
Shown on BBC 2 on Christmas Day, this ghost story has a more scientific take, but that doesn’t diminish the shocking ending. Scripted by Nigel Kneal (the Quatermass series), “The Stone Tape” tries to offer an evidence-based explanation for ghosts, while providing some nice scares and a truly depressing end.
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“Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983)
Based on the Ray Bradbury novel, this “dark fantasy” about a traveling circus of nefarious pedigree is definitely one of the scarier films from Disney (honorable mention: The Watcher in the Woods). Jonathan Pryce steals the show as “Mr. Dark”, a man who assists the residents of the town realize their deepest dreams, with a terrible price.

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Solo: A Two Dudes Talk About Story

“Solo: A Star Wars Story ™” the Star Wars movie that nobody asked for, but everyone has an opinion about. 

Robert & Sean break down the good, the bad and robosexual about the movie. 

Did Alden Erenreich meet fan expectation or will he be sitting next to Brandon Routh at “Moldy Comicon ’20”?

Are Star Wars fans their own worst enemies?

What you thought about L3-37 and what that means about you.

Does Solo’s poor box office mean the beginning of the end for Kathleen Kennedy at Lucasfilm?

And much more.

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Two Dudes Talk About “Commando”, “Raw Deal” and “Predator”

The Arnold Schwarzenegger retrospective continues. Sean & Robert break down Arnold’s classic 80’s action movies, “Commando”(1985), “Raw Deal”(1986), and “Predator”(1987)

 

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Austrian Death Machine “Get to the Choppa”

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Two Dudes talk about Fantasy Films of Arnold Schwarzenegger

The first episode of our Arnold Schwarzenegger retrospective finds the Bird Dudes talking about his early “Fantasy” films including “Conan The Barbarian”, “Conan the Destroyer”, and “Red Sonja”. A fun time was had by all, but the dudes are looking forward to part 2, where we cover some of Arnold’s action classics.

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Two Dudes Talk About the Alien Movie Franchise

Two Dudes Talk About “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”

Sean Judy returns to talk about “The Last Jedi”.

Two Dudes Talk About Glenn Danzig

Robert returns to podcasting and discusses the work of Glenn Danzig with comic artist Sean Judy.

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