Hello! Today’s episode of Dead Times is about An American Werewolf in London. And I am very sick while we recorded. But we get into the history of werewolf literature, stories about wolf attacks in Europe, and the comedic bits the movie loves.
Hello and on today’s episode we are talking “Doctor Sleep” the sequel to “The Shining.” We are joined by our friend Al to discuss all things Stephen King. As well as the film’s resemblance to the X-Men, Rebecca Ferguson’s amazing performance, and the film’s amazing visuals.
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.
Hello and on this episode of “Dead Times” we discuss the 1991 movie “The Addams Family.” We go into the history of haunted houses in America, the cyclical nature of Charles Addams’s creation, the perfection of Gomez and Morticia’s marriage, and laugh far too much at the movie’s jokes.
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!
Hello and welcome to the latest episode of Dead Times. Tonight we are discussing It, the adaptation of Stephen King’s classic novel. We discuss how good the child actors are. Why one of the deaths in the movie is so iconic. And I flex about how much Stephen King lore I know as well as pitch my own Stephen King TV series.
Hello and welcome! This episode we are joined by my friend April to discuss all things Vincent Price! We check out one of his best movies ever!