Today the Dead Times crew decides to take on the story of a death cult that sacrifices one of its own members. Yes, we are talking about the movie musical adaptation of Cats. We get into why this movie is so utterly wretched, all the weird sexuality, and how blatant it is about ritual sacrifice.
Hello and welcome! On today’s episode Peter and Tim are joined by our friends Harrison and April to discuss two Gamera movies! We discuss just how weird the Gamera franchise is, the differences between Godzilla and Gamera and just have a generally silly time with these delightful films.
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.
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!
And we are back with my good friends April and Al to continue to discuss the Nightmare on Elm Street series! This time we talk about what brought Wes Craven back to the franchise. We talk about the return of Nancy. And if this is the true sequel to the original film.
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.