Hello and welcome to the latest episode of Dead Times, where we talk about just how wacky Annabelle Comes Home is. We talk about likable horror movie protagonists, and the stupid things they do. And we talk about Annabelle being the wacky cousin to the Conjuring movies.
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.
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! In this episode Peter and Tim are joined by Al to talk Annabelle. We have a fun conversation about how Annabelle gets from place to place. And how nice an interracial lesbian couple in the ’60s would be.
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.
In this episode of Dead Times Peter and Tim are joined by Geoffrey to discuss the newly released “Insidious the Last Key.” We talk about Lin Shaye’s fantastic performance across all four movies, the risks that the franchise takes… and discuss the possibilities of “Insidious 5.”
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?”
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.