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Jamie Lee Curtis: True Lies (1994)

We’re traveling back in time to 1994 to talk about True Lies, James Cameron’s take on Bond starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and our lady of the month Jamie Lee Curtis. It’s quite the adventure, filled to the brim with action, humor, and fun performances from everyone involved. The only weak link is Tom Arnold, but he manages to hold on to the harrier jet, as it were.

To assist us in our review of such a classic film we invited our pal Matt Dykes onto the show to give us his perspective.


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S2 E5-6 “The Miracle” & “The Middle”

Welcome to yet another exciting episode of Welcome to You Are Doom: A Frisky Dingo Podcast, with your hosts Bryan Dressel, Graham “Brother Power The Geek” Mason, and Matt “Phantom Lady” Dykes. This week our heroes discuss the episodes “The Miracle” and “The Middle” and get into all the craziness that that entails. You’ve got near-death religious experiences and a much more holey Killface. Good stuff all around and you dare not miss a moment of it.

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Welcome to You Are Doom is part of the ATH Network of podcasts. 

Produced by
Bryan Dressel and Jonathan Hardesty.

Hosted by
Bryan Dressel with co-hosts Graham Mason and Matt Dykes

Artwork by
Jonathan Hardesty

Notes and research by
Jim Funicille

Edited By
Bryan Dressel, Ryan James, and Trey Johnson

Original music by
Evan Michael Brown visit www.evbro.com for more

Jamie Lee Curtis: Knives Out (2019)

October has arrived, and we decided it would be a great idea to do a retrospective on the top scream queen herself – Jamie Lee Curtis. We start the month with her most recent turn in the Rian Johnson film Knives Out. It’s a tightly-paced and well-written whodunnit with really fun performances. And even though Jamie Lee Curtis doesn’t have as much screen time as we would have liked, she commands every moment and makes this a great way to start our month.


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S2 E3-4 “The Issues” & “The Image Problem”

Thank you for your patience during our week off from Welcome to You Are Doom: A Frisky Dingo Podcast. Now we’re back with bright eyes and bushy tails to bring you another exciting dive into Frisky Dingo with this week’s episode of Welcome to You Are Doom: A Frisky Dingo Podcast. Check it – This week Bryan Dressel, Graham “Normal Man” Mason, and Matt “Phantom Lady” Dykes discuss “The Issues” and “The Image Problem” and get back into loving the show again after ending the last episode on a sour note.

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Welcome to You Are Doom is part of the ATH Network of podcasts. 

Produced by
Bryan Dressel and Jonathan Hardesty.

Hosted by
Bryan Dressel with co-hosts Graham Mason and Matt Dykes

Artwork by
Jonathan Hardesty

Notes and research by
Jim Funicille

Edited By
Bryan Dressel, Ryan James, and Trey Johnson

Original music by
Evan Michael Brown visit www.evbro.com for more

Eve Stewart: Cats (2019)

We made it to the end of our very enlightening Eve Stewart retrospective and to celebrate we’re discussing the divisive Tom Hooper spectacle Cats. There’s a lot to love in this film, and there’s a lot to hate, and really it boils down to how easy it is for you to get past Rebel Wilson and James Corden’s abysmal performances. Production design here is stellar – big surprise – but Tom Hooper tries his best to focus on other things. Bad Hooper. Bad. All that said, is the film worth watching? Hit that play button and we’ll tell you.


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Eve Stewart: De-Lovely (2004)

Thank you for your patience! This week we’re back to talk about De-Lovely, the next film in our Eve Stewart retrospective. It’s about the musical icon Cole Porter, played with zest by Kevin Kline, as he re-lives the best and worst of his life at the behest of the angel Gabriel (Jonathan Pryce). The film features songs written by Cole Porter, all sung by popular modern musicians. But the question remains: is the film any good?

It’s…charming, but never quite reaches “great.” The real MVP of the film is Eve Stewart and her production design. It’s breathtaking, and quickly overshadows everything else in the film. Join us, won’t you?


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S2 E1-2: “Behold a Dark Horse” & “The Opposition”

Welcome to Season 2 of Welcome To You Are Doom: A Frisky Dingo Podcast, with your hosts Bryan Dressel, Graham “Dell’s Dracula” Mason, and Matt “Super Hip” Dykes. This is the season that doesn’t do what you think it’s going to do; it’s going to do even more. The episodes this week are “Behold a Dark Horse” and “The Opposition.” Have you even prepared for what’s to come? Too late. It’s happening now.

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Welcome to You Are Doom is part of the ATH Network of podcasts. 

Produced by
Bryan Dressel and Jonathan Hardesty.

Hosted by
Bryan Dressel with co-hosts Graham Mason and Matt Dykes

Artwork by
Jonathan Hardesty

Notes and research by
Jim Funicille

Edited By
Bryan Dressel, Ryan James, and Trey Johnson

Original music by
Evan Michael Brown visit www.evbro.com for more

S1 E13: “Thrust Issues” & Season 1 Review

Welcome to the season one finale of Welcome to You Are Doom: A Frisky Dingo Podcast, starring Bryan Dressel, Graham “Stan” Mason, and Matt “A.L.E.X.” Dykes. Included in this super special finale episode is a wrap-up of the season and Matt’s expectations for what comes next. Also, what’s with Xander’s stuff? Lots of crazy things to explore here and can we just say thank goodness there was another season after this one? Anyway, I suppose we should let you get to the episode.

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Welcome to You Are Doom is part of the ATH Network of podcasts. 

Produced by
Bryan Dressel and Jonathan Hardesty.

Hosted by
Bryan Dressel with co-hosts Graham Mason and Matt Dykes

Artwork by
Jonathan Hardesty

Notes and research by
Jim Funicille

Edited By
Bryan Dressel, Ryan James, and Trey Johnson

Original music by
Evan Michael Brown visit www.evbro.com for more

Eve Stewart: A Cure For Wellness (2016)

The next film in our Eve Stewart retrospective is the Gore Verbinski horror thriller A Cure For Wellness, starring Dane DeHaan, Mia Goth, and Jason Isaacs. The film is a clunky mess, suffering from logic problems as well as a problematic third act. What saves it for us is Stewart’s exceptional production design, which gives the film an atmosphere and mood that makes us want to keep watching despite the significant script problems. We go into all of this and more in the episode, so don’t wait another minute to hit that play button on your podcast player of choice.


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S1 E11-12: “Grate Escape” & “Penultimate Fighting”

Welcome to an exciting and thrilling new episode of Welcome to You Are Doom: A Frisky Dingo Podcast, with your hosts Bryan Dressel, Graham “Baby Lamont” Mason, and Matt “Cody” Dykes. Together, the three shall break down the plots of the episodes “Great Escape” and “Penultimate Fighting.” Kind of hard to believe that the season is almost over. Feels like this all started just a week or two ago. Anyway, strap yourselves into your listening device of choice and let’s get started with this week’s show.

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Welcome to You Are Doom is part of the ATH Network of podcasts. 

Produced by
Bryan Dressel and Jonathan Hardesty.

Hosted by
Bryan Dressel with co-hosts Graham Mason and Matt Dykes

Artwork by
Jonathan Hardesty

Notes and research by
Jim Funicille

Edited By
Bryan Dressel, Ryan James, and Trey Johnson

Original music by
Evan Michael Brown visit www.evbro.com for more