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 to the sad and disappointing ending to Dario Argento’s Three Mother’s trilogy. We have to sort out our mixed feelings about this final movie. We try to parse the good from the bad.
Hello and welcome! In this episode of Dead Times we are looking at Dario Argento’s “Inferno” the sequel to “Suspiria.” We talk about how it got made, and then screwed over by Fox studios. We gush about the lighting. And then we discuss why we want to vote for the Three Mothers over the Alien Lizards.
This week on Dead Times we are talking about “The Last Unicorn” a classic fantasy film. We have a fun conversation about how we need more unicorns in our media. And about how this beloved children’s movie features a woman being disemboweled by a harpy.
In today’s episode we are talking about Suspiria, the classic of Italian horror by Dario Argento. We get into color symbolism and the gorgeous sets. And trying to figure out what’s up with these witches?
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 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.