Destroy All Monsters (1968)/Godzilla vs. Hedorah (1971)

Hello friends! Today we are joined by Harrison to discuss two more Godzilla movies, Destroy All Monsters and Godzilla vs Hedorah. We discuss how Destroy All Monsters was the sort of the end of an era and how lazy the aliens are in it. And we try to make sense of the most weird of all Godzilla movies. We try to understand Godzilla vs Hedorah’s environmental message, as well as why it was delivered in such a strange form.

Friday the 13th (1980)

Hello and welcome Camp Counselors! On this episode we are joined by April and Al to discuss the classic masterpiece of Slasher movies Friday the 13th! We talk about how the ’80s were still basically the ’70s at this point. We speculate on Mrs. Voorhees’s workout routine. And discuss why summer camp is a perfect location to set a horror movie.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)

Hello, and today we are continuing our journey through the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise with The Dream Child. We are joined by special guests Al and April! We talk all about the kills, the spills, and the missed opportunities. We talk about which ’90s comic book artist seems to have walked into the film. And we say the word “fetus” a lot.

And here is the fan art we recieved.

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The Invisible Man (2020)

Peter and Tim discuss what just might be the final movie of 2020. Yes there is a pandemic on, but we have a lively discussion about just how good the 2020 release of The Invisible Man is. We praise Elisabeth Moss’s performance, talk about all the creepy shenanigans, and try to provide a little comfort while socially isolating.

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

Hello and welcome to another episode about the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise! As always we are joined by Al and April to discuss the follow up to Nightmare on Elm Street 3. We talk about writers’ strikes, pizza conspiracies, and huge hair! Also turning into a cockroach!

And here is our lovely piece of fan art.

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Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island (1998)/Scooby-Doo and the Witch’s Ghost (1999)

Hello and welcome! On this week’s podcast we are talking about the absolutely seminal series Scooby-Doo! We delve deeply into all the different characters, the show’s very long history, and try to understand why this concept has been so successful for five decades!

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985)

Hello! In today’s episode we have April and Al back on to discuss A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge. We try to get to the bottom of whether or not Freddy even gets revenge on anyone, all the psycho-sexual drama, and just how gay the movie is. A good time is had by all.

Happy Death Day REDUX (2017)

Hello, on the eve of its sequel, we are revisiting the classic “Happy Death Day.” And this time with some of our friends: April and Al! We have an amazing and hilarious conversation about character arcs, who exactly is the most evil character in this movie, and what you can’t say while in the girl scouts!

Rodan (1956) and Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964)

Welcome to another Toho double feature! This time we are talking Rodan and Ghidorah! And we have special guests Harrison and April on the podcast to help us break down all the wacky shenanigans. We marvel at the technical skill of the movies, and try to make sense of the human storylines (which is not possible).

Mothra (1961) and Mothra vs Godzilla (1964)

Hello and welcome to Dead Times! Today we are doing a Toho double feature with my good friend Harrison! We are discussing Mothra (1961) and Mothra vs. Godzilla (1964). We puzzle out the complicated backstory of Mothra’s fairies, say the name “Chujo” a lot, and try to get to the bottom of whether Mothra is a strong female character.

The House with a Clock in its Walls (2018)

Hello and welcome to Dead Times! In this episode Peter and Tim talk about the new movie, “The House With a Clock in Its Walls!” There is also a pre introduction where I talk about “Hellfest.” But we have a lot of fun discussing Cate Blanchett and Jack Black’s amazing chemistry, and how Eli Roth should really make more kids movies.

Midnight Offerings (1981)

Hello and welcome to an extra special episode of Dead Times! Today Peter and Tim are joined by both April and Al to discuss a 1981 made for TV movie about witches starring Melissa Sue Anderson. We talk about how similar it is to the Craft. We talk about the voice acting in Batman the animated series. And make a lot of jokes about Little House on the Prairie.

American Vandal Season Two (2018)

Hello and welcome! In this special episode of Dead Times, Peter and Tim go off the beaten path to talk about Netflix’s American Vandal. We discuss its surprisingly harsh criticism of social media, how you can turn the world’s most lengthy and elaborate poop joke into a deeply compelling mystery, and if it counts as horror or not. Take a listen!

The Conjuring 2

Hello and welcome! In this episode Peter and Tim continue their exploration of the Conjuring movies with the help of my friend Al. We spend far too long talking about the Warrens being complete frauds and famous hoaxes they fell for. As well as the truth behind Amityville. And then take time out to appreciate Ryan Reynolds abs.

Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla (2002) Godzilla: Tokyo SOS (2003)

Welcome to Dead Times’s salute to Mechagodzilla! We are joined by Harrison again to discuss Godzilla’s giant robot adversary. And spend a lot of time puzzling out why anyone would make a giant robot Godzilla. We also have a fun conversation about potential Avatar sequels and wonder just what is the deal with those fairies?

Insidious Chapter 2 (2013)

Hello and welcome to the much anticipated “Insidious Chapter 2” episode of Dead Times. Well this episode was a struggle, our first attempt didn’t record anything, and our second attempt was plagued with audio problems. But the actual content of the episode is pretty great, (okay, I am being a little hyperbolic). But we ask the crucial question “Do time travel paradoxes apply to ghosts?”

Scream (1996)

In today’s episode Peter and Tim watch the ultimate slasher movie, “Scream.” It’s one of Peter’s favorite movies, and they talk about how it is a meta-textual comment on slasher movies, and also just an excellent example of the genre. We dig into the characters and puzzle out their complex motivations. And wonder what could possibly be going on with that high school principal.

Scream (1996)

In today’s episode Peter and Tim watch the ultimate slasher movie, “Scream.” It’s one of Peter’s favorite movies, and they talk about how it is a meta-textual comment on slasher movies, and also just an excellent example of the genre. We dig into the characters and puzzle out their complex motivations. And wonder what could possibly be going on with that high school principal.