A podcast about movies and the scenes that make them special. Hosted by Dom Nero and Adam Volerich.
Drag Me to Hell (2009)
Adam and Dom have an okay podcast, a good friendship, and a great obsession with Sam Raimi movies. But in three days, they're going to hell.
The Cabin in the Woods (2011)
Who did it better? MONSTERS INC or CABIN IN THE WOODS? Find out on today's exploration of Joss Whedon, horror tropes, and the satire spectrum that starts with SCARY MOVIE and ends with SAW. Our final bonus!
We Are Not Who We Are: Making The Cabin in the Woods
The Secret Secret Stash
The Cabin in the Woods The Official Visual Companion
Entertainment Weekly The Cabin in the Woods Production History
CinemaBlend Joss Whedon Interview
Eye of the Duck is created, hosted, and produced by Dom Nero and Adam Volerich.
This episode was edited by Erik Gunnarsson.
This episode was researched by Parth Marathe.
Our logo was designed by Francesca Volerich. You can purchase her work at francescavolerich.com/shop
The "Adam's Blu-Ray Corner" theme was produced by Chase Sterling.
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Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)
It wouldn't be an EVIL DEAD series if we didn't include BUBBA HO-TEP. Wait. It wouldn't be an EVIL DEAD series if we didn't do BUBBA HO-TEP? Yes. It wouldn't be an EVIL DEAD series if we didn't do BUBBA HO-TEP. And we'll prove it to you. [Elvis voice]: Thank you very much.
Army of Darkness (1992)
It's the movie that by all accounts should have been called MEDIEVAL DEAD...and the last entry in the iconic Bruce Campbell-starring film series by Sam Raimi as director. Somewhere between LOONEY TUNES and GAME OF THRONES Season 8, it's ARMY OF DARKNESS. Hail to the king, baby.
Evil Dead II (1987)
Remake? Reboot? Or the Raimi's full, demented vision for a Looney Tunes style horror movie where the punchlines are his his best friend getting actually hurt in a series of increasingly ridiculous ways? Find out today when Eye of the Duck covers EVIL DEAD II.
The Evil Dead (1981)
Series premiere!! Spooky season may be coming to an end, but here at Eye of the Duck we party with the dead(ites) all year round. It's the first part of our NECRONOMICON series, Sam Raimi's brilliantly deranged THE EVIL DEAD.
Eye of the Duck is a legend in the making
A binge-worthy podcast all about film. It’s hard not to be impressed with their individual and collective takes on movies, the in-depth production histories, and the overall content provided by Adam and Dom.
Borderline 2 Star Show
Hosts interject their leftist politics every chance they get. Their political viewpoints dominate more of the conversations than they probably realize. The American host is a particularly whiny sounding leftist.
I did give three stars though, bordering on two. When they actually talk about the movies and don’t go on their pseudo rants, it’s typically not a bad conversation.
Insightful and Authentic
Dom and Adam, thank you for this podcast. I don’t review things often but I just want you to know how much I appreciate your heartfelt and honest dialogue. I’ve been binging episodes since last week and adore your thoughtful and honest conversations about what does and doesn’t work for you in a film. I’ve never thought about films this way but the structure of the production history and insight into some of the behind the scenes feels so respectful to the art form without bringing in too much outside drama. Your respect for films you didn’t enjoy also helps me to respect and understand that even films I don’t enjoy had massive amounts of work and effort put into them that deserves recognition. You two have such a pleasant back and forth that I could listen to for hours.