Dom and JD waddle into the B-Ward to talk turkey about Thanksgivings gone horribly wrong, declare “The Holy Trinity of Post Mortem,” and to discuss their favorite kids in horror. Things take a turn for the dramatic when the current whereabouts of Dennis, from “Cabin Fever,” are revealed. Belly-up to the table and serve yourself a big-ol’ helping of Post Mortem! This episode is available now on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and YouTube.
Dom and JD raise some *heck* in the B-Ward. On this episode the boys discuss STD tests gone horribly wrong, crappy American remakes of good foreign movies, the magic of Stanley Kubrick, and their favorite cinematic depictions of the realm of darkness… Not just in horror, but in all genres!
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The all-American reprobates, Dom and JD, lurch back to the B-Ward to discuss their favorite cinematic geriatrics. This is the twelfth episode of the show, and it definitely puts the “dirty” in “dirty dozen.” A new sound effect is introduced to punctuate a review of a truly awful movie. Plus (you guessed it) TANGENTS GALORE!
This episode is sponsored by Amazon.com and Cen-Cal Pro Wrestling, and features music by Rudimentary Peni and Prong.
Your favorite miscreants, Dom and JD, return to the B-Ward to get weird with their special guest… The Son of Celluloid, The Mad Scientist of Ultra-Violence, and 1/2 of the crew that brings you the Picking Brains Podcast and star of the upcoming film “Frankenstein Created Bikers”… Nathan Hamilton. In this episode, they discuss their top five eaten alive scenes, Dom makes a bold statement on not giving a damn about spoilers for bad movies, JD subsequently threatens Dom, Dom fires himself (which means nothing), and then things get downright cro magnon crunk as the episode spins wildly out of control. Just another day in the life for the Post Mortem crew.
This episode was brought to you by Amazon.com and Cen-Cal Pro wrestling, and features music from Rudimentary Peni and Eyehategod.