Black Sun Dispatches Episode 22: The Last Storm

Welcome to the city beneath the black sun. Lost in a dark world, surrounded by an endless desert filled with countless threats, the citizens still standing are forced to make a life for themselves in a strange and hostile land where terror and wonder wait behind every corner. The winter has stretched on for so long that it can be hard to fathom the spring as anything more than a bitter dream. Yet for all that, the city beneath the black sun is nearly there. One final storm gathers on the horizon, one final bombard of ice and snow and
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GOT ME A MOVIE Episode 10: Art School Punishment in Suburbia

Hello friends, and welcome to the Spring Semester of Got Me A Movie! Andrew and Elbee are hittin’ the books as they discuss two school-related films: 2006’s Art School Confidential and 2000’s Crime + Punishment In Suburbia. First up is Art School Confidential, adapted from the work of underground comic artist Daniel Clowes. In this section of the show, the hosts talk about their experiences with Clowes’ art and comic books in general; Elbee brings up how she can’t really read comics very well, and Andrew speaks about his influences as an illustrator himself. Later, Elbee shares a brief history
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Black Sun Dispatches Episode 21: The Avalanche

Welcome to the city beneath the black sun. Lost in a dark world, surrounded by an endless desert filled with countless threats, the citizens still standing are forced to make a life for themselves in a strange and hostile land where terror and wonder wait behind every corner. Within the city beneath the black sun, there is one person with as many secrets as the city itself. Her name is Cassandra, and she has long patrolled the city armed with a sickle blade and wearing her red hood. She has become a figure of both adulation and consternation for those
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CINEPUNX Episode 77: DARK CITY at 20 or LIAM TRIES TO ALIENATE OUR ENTIRE AUDIENCE

GREETINGS CINEMA-PUNKERS AND WELCOME TO ANOTHER DARK AND IMPOSING EPISODE!!! On this, our triumphant return to the realm of podcasting we tackle Dark City,  a film from the director of  The Crow! YEAH! OK LOOK, I need to immediately apologize to all of your. The first reason is that this episode is a bit low energy because I have been sick and exhausted lately, and so this was my general demeanor during the recording   Not exactly the dynamic presence you have come to love and expect! Second, we recorded this before I had a chance to check out the response
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HORROR BUSINESS Episode 39: Women In Horror Month With Ashlee Blackwell (PARALYSIS, VENEFICA, WAKE)

Greetings, and welcome back to Horror Business. We have one awesome episode in store for you guys. On this episode we’re celebrating the Women In Horror Month, and we were lucky enough to be joined by Ashlee Blackwell from Graveyard Shift Sisters to discuss the role of black women in horror films. In a bit of a departure from our usual format we’ll be discussing three short films instead of two feature length films: R. Shanea Williams Paralysis, Maria Wilson’s Venefica, and Bree Newsome’s Wake. First and foremost we want to give a shoutout to our sponsors over at Lehigh
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Black Sun Dispatches Episode 20: Shadow Dog

Welcome to the city beneath the black sun. Lost in a dark world, surrounded by an endless desert filled with countless threats, the citizens still standing are forced to make a life for themselves in a strange and hostile land where terror and wonder wait behind every corner. Dogs are Man’s best friend, even in the city beneath the black sun. But those bonds take on new meaning in this strange place, full of monsters and mystery. A dog may just be the thing that saves your life, or it might just be more dangerous than any other beast that
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HORROR BUSINESS Episode 38: Hungry Hungry…Aliens? (THE DEADLY SPAWN & GRABBERS)

Greetings, and welcome back to Horror Business. We have one awesome episode in store for you guys. On this episode we’re discussing The Deadly Spawn and Grabbers. First and foremost we want to give a shoutout to our sponsors over at Lehigh Valley Apparel Creations, the premiere screen-printing company of the Lehigh Valley. Chris Reject and his merry band of miscreants are ready to work with you to bring to life your vision of a t-shirt for your business, band, project, or whatever else it is you need represented by a shirt, sweater, pin, or coozy. Head on over to
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The Mandate: Episode 17 – We saw Black Panther. Wakanda Forever!

So it must be noted, I have seen this film twice since we recorded this episode and with each screening my thoughts on the film became more thought out and a bit deeper. However, the rules of The Mandate are these are the immediate post-screening thoughts when they are at their absolute rawest. With that, I’m sure you’ve read the title and know that you are pouncing into our Black Panther episode of The Mandate. Once again I’m joined by my friend, Brian Carola, who I’m not even bothering tagging at this point as we’ve seen every MCU film together
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The Mandate: Episode 16 – Well this is awkward… 50 Shades Freed & The Commuter

    Hello people of the internet. I have returned to grace your ears with another episode of The Mandate. Sometimes you have plans and those plans get messed up. Then you are forced to take what you can get in terms of movies available for screenings. This is where I have found myself with the latest two parts of this new episode.   First up, I lured my friend, and wife of previous guest (see: Bladerunner episode), Melanie Tunaitis, to see the newest and last installment of the 50 Shades series, 50 Shades Freed. The 50 Shades phenomenon is
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Black Sun Dispatches Episode 19: The Chill

Welcome to the city beneath the black sun. Lost in a dark world, surrounded by an endless desert filled with countless threats, the citizens still standing are forced to make a life for themselves in a strange and hostile land where terror and wonder wait behind every corner. Once winter sets its teeth in, the days grow shorter but time draws longer, so that spring and warmth and life seem like distant things. For one cursed crew in the city beneath the black sun, there’s something else loose in the cold. Something inhuman, something hungry, and something that will not
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