A weekly podcast talking about your favorite (and least favorite) characters who bit it in movies, video games, TV shows and more.
Saw - Veni, Vidi, Vici
This week, we're going back to 2004 to talk about the film that started the fad, SAW. But does it hold up 17 years later, or is it trapped in the past?
Insidious - Babies First (Good) Horror Movie
This week, we're revisiting a film we both loved in our high school days - Insidious! But does it hold up 10 years later? ehhhhhh. It doesn't not hold up!
A Nightmare on Elm Street - Looney Tunes Horror
This week, we're exploring the slasher classic Nightmare on Elm Street and we have some Looney thoughts on the ebb and flow of horror.
Hellbound: Hellraiser 2 - I Am In [Podcast], Please Help Me
Hell returns this week with Hellbound: Hellraiser 2, a movie that had some highs, some middling parts, and left us both feeling more than a little uncertain
Hellraiser - Romance, Body Horror, and Spongebob
After the past two-and-a-half years (RE: 3 weeks) of King Kong month, Sean makes Jackson watch one of his favorite horror movies, so we spend the whole time discussing drama, dismemberment, and religion
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Godzilla VS Kong (2021): Godzilla (2014) VS King Kong (2005)
In honor of Godzilla VS Kong (which we do talk about!), we're doing something special this week in an entirely spoiler-free episode: Sean is trying to convince Jackson to watch Godzilla (2014) and Jackson is trying to convince anyone to watch King Kong (2005). It's Godzilla VS Kong: Godzilla VS Kong!
More fun than the name implies!
unique and irreverant take on movies, new and old. Much more fun and insightful than the tagline might imply. Digs in to cast, themes, cinematogrophy, and, most basic of basic, was the movie any good.
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Playful and insightful analyses of pop culture.
The co-hosts of Beating a Dead Horse explore pop culture, art, and themes of death in frequent clever epsiodes. The co-hosts have a delightful chemistry, invite guest speakers, and engage in shenanigans all while keeping their listeners updated on pop culture and engaged in critical discourse.
The death-centric structure yields insightful discussions about each death's impact on character development and motivation, tone, and audience satisfaction in various pieces of pop culture. It also leads to fascinating exploration of hypothetical plot changes based on altering who dies in a story. Smart and interesting conversation between hosts who are well-informed and passionate about the media they consume.