PLEASE NOTE: We did have some audio issues this episode but we both felt the episode was too good to not publish, thank you for understanding!
I am joined by fallout TikTok star Nikki aka tunnelsnakesfool. We cover everything from the OG Fallout to Fallout comics and mobiles games. She is such a wonderful guest who is full of knowledge so come hope join us in celebrating Fallout!
After another delay (life, eh?) we’re back with another exciting episode of Behind the Hype. We’re moving on from our lackluster horror b-sides month to something completely different in the best way. This month it’s all about Bette Midler. To kick off her awesome filmography we’ve got the film “Ruthless People,” which was quite a blast but definitely flew under some of our radars. Join us to hear about this darkly comedic film and then go check it out as well. You’ll be glad you did.
This week on Who What When Where and Why We Do in the Shadows the gang talks the S2 episode “The Curse.” Join Bryan Dressel, Joel “Homunculus” DeWitte, Drew “Dark God and Minions” Staton, and Matt “Zombie Dog The Groke” Dykes as they break down the episode and have a good laugh in the process. Is the episode as strong as the others? Does it have some missteps? You’ll have to listen to find out.
This week on another exciting and alluring episode of Who What When Where and Bryan Dressel, Joel “The Unnamable” DeWitte, Drew “Mahars” Staton, and Matt “Zombie Dog Armus” Dykes come together to talk “Brain Scramblies,” the third episode of season two of What We Do in the Shadows. Get ready to witness the Superb Owl! It’s truly incredible.
The abyssal hordes are driven away by one of the Hellfire riders that the party faced at the Tower of All. He comes in the spirit of aid, but can the party really trust him? Also, one of Fetter’s weapons attempts to work out some kind of mutual arrangement.
This week we wrap up our month of “Horror B-Sides” with John Carpenter’s Ghost of Mars. Okay, cards on the table. When we first thought about doing a month of movies like this, we were hoping to find some hidden gems or uncover some inexplicable blind spots. That was not the case and it’s clear to see why this film – and the others that came before it – are considered “b-sides.” There’s stuff to like in this movie, don’t get us wrong. It’s just…well…you’ll have to listen for yourselves.
Bryan Dressel, Matt “Zombie Dog Clovie” Dykes, and Drew “Scorpius” Staton come together to talk about Season 2, Episode 2 of What We Do in the Shadows, entitled “Ghosts.” A great episode introducing and featuring the best character in the entirety of the FX network. Yes, and that’s counting It’s Always Sunny. Come for the humor, stay for the possessed doll.