Splattercast #433 is up [direct mp3]
We all agree that Mad Max is a great movie that you simply must see, but we disagree on whether Avengers 2 is kind of a wack pile of crap.
Delicious human McNuggets for about $3.50.
Biker Massacre at the Twin Peaks next to Bed, Bath & Beyond.
Death penalty repeal in Nebraska – time for Ray Liotta No Escape Island?
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs in the Steam Store.
Check out Turner Classic Movies’ Summer of Darkness.
Splattercast #432 is up [direct mp3]
Sprakkles and Rachel saw Avengers 2, Deejay went to Iceland this one time, and Jeff is not super into boxing.
Netflix Instant Recommendations:
No Tears for the Dead
Robot & Frank
The Final Member
And via Amazon Video: Final Prayer (reviewed as The Borderlands by Rachel on the podcast)
Splattercast #430 is up [direct mp3]
We take a look at the new techno-teen horror flick Unfriended and revisit the question of whether internet and computer stuff can ever actually be scary in a movie.
Splattercast #429 is up [direct mp3]
We cover a lot of TV, including the Better Call Saul finale and the Game Of Thrones premiere, as well as Daredevil and The Jinx, then Jeff admits to himself that Furious 7 kind of sucks.
Splattercast #427 is up (direct mp3)
Come along and explore the wide world of bodily fluids with German dramedy Wetlands (watch on Netflix instant).
We weigh in on the Batgirl cover controversy and some thoughts from comic creator Erik Larsen. And somehow this got me onto the year-old MTG controversy: Crackgate!
Splattercast #426 is up (direct mp3)
Get in touch with your inner Wolfcop.
Splattercast #425 is up (direct mp3).
Please check out the Prairie Lights Film Fest, coming in October.
Sprakkles checks out Chappie and (for some reason?) Dracula Untold. Rachel has the scoop on Everly.
I asked how people keep track of what’s new in on-demand video. Rachel suggested The Horror Club’s VOD info and Deejay recommends CNET’s What’s New On Netflix column.
Since TV will rot your brain, be sure to spend some time reading as well. Here are some of our recent picks in books:
The Martian by Andy Weir
Year Zero by Rob Reid
Flex by Ferrett Steinmetz
The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson
Bird Box by Josh Malerman