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!
Hello and welcome! This week Peter and Tim decide to tackle a double feature of two recently released movies: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and Ready or Not. We dive into Guillermo del Toro’s views on anthology movies, and have a lot fun with Ready or Not!
In this episode we discuss A24’s new film “Hereditary.” And get into a long discussion about mental illness and grief.
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.
Hello and welcome to the much delayed finale of Tim month where we talk about the stop-motion children’s movie ParaNorman!
In this episode Peter and Tim look at the Australian horror movie “The Babadook” and talk about grief, motherhood, and how the titular monster became an unexpected gay icon.
In this episode of Dead Times Peter and Tim discuss 1963’s “The Haunting.” We talk about everything from the brilliant sets to if it is economically feasible to have a vaudeville psychic routine.
Hello and welcome to the first episode of Tim month, where Tim picks the movie. This time we are talking about Candyman with our good friend Al. We talk about the film’s unique perspective on race and gender as well as if Helen is a nice white lady.
Today Peter and Tim tackle the first Insidious movie in preparation for the upcoming movie Insidious: The Last Key. We talk about how its ghosts are weird and zombie like. How the movie uses psychic abilities. And just enjoy Lin Shaye’s performance as Elise.