HAPPY BLOODY NEW YEAR!!!
The gang’s all here to rattle off their top 5 horror films of 2012. Break out a pen and paper because you don’t want to miss any of these horror flicks!!!
It’s the end of the year and “Aural Pleasures” is taking a look back at 2012!
In this episode, Jonny has Bill take us through his best and worst releases of 2012 as well as his most anticipated releases for 2013. The guys also chat some of their best and worst gifts they’ve gotten for the holidays, give Adam some more CDs to listen to and, as always, give some recommendations for you listeners!
Lastly, in the spirit of holiday cheer, Jonny and Bill have put together a contest where one lucky listener will get a $10 iTunes gift card! Dig the podcast for all details on how to enter!
Oh yeah. You feel that warm feeling that’s prepping to seep in a fill the empty void that is your delicate earholes? That’s what the Dead Pixels Podcast feels like, and while I might be a little bias when I say this, it is a fairly incredible feeling. If your ears are in need of a little warming up, might I recommend spending an hour with TJ and I? We talk about all sorts of things, including crappy television, Tofu, and Adam’s new job. Oh, and we also talk a little about video games.
Tune in and enjoy a brand spanking new episode of the Dead Pixels Podcast after the break, and if you haven’t already, feel free to subscribe to Bloody Disgusting Radio via iTunes by searching “Bloody Disgusting.”
Bloody Disgusting’s News From the Crypt Podcast has a real special treat for you all this month!
Not only do we discuss video games in the horror genre, Paranormal Activity 4 and the recently confirmed Prometheus sequel, but we go behind the scenes of John Carpenter’s classic They Live which hits Blu-ray this November. Stay ’til the end, boils and ghouls, for a a reVAMPED classic song by Peter Murphy and Trent Reznor!
Tune in and enjoy the latest new From the Crypt after the break, or you can subscribe via iTunes by searching “Bloody Disgusting.” READ MORE
Danny! and Tim have an thoughtful debate on how to best tackle homelessness in America on this month’s Double Murder! Street Trash by James Muro describes distributing a toxic, yet affordable, liquor to discerning winos that will reduce the homeless into putrid heaps of neon gore. However, Jason Eisener and John Davies have put forth Hobo With A Shotgun, which posits the theory that arming the homeless population might both reduce their numbers but help reduce crime in major urban areas. Read on to tune in to Double Murder now, and help do your part to end poverty! READ MORE
In this edition of Aural Pleasure, BD music editor Jonny flies solo! That’s right, both Adam and Bill were unable to join Jonny so this baby bird had to learn to fly all on his own! But worry not, for there is no way that Jonny would leave you hanging without some entertaining music-related news for you lovely readers.
Jonny opens up by chatting about an amazing article he read about a colorblind man who created a machine that converts light waves into music! Then Jonny goes into some of the movies he’s seen recently and chats a bit about their composers and the music of the films. Then he dives into one of his most anticipated tours of the summer: Lamb of God featuring Dethklok and Gojira! Lastly, as always, Jonny caps everything off with a recommendation to tide you over until next month! Check it all out in Aural Pleasures by reading below or typing “Bloody Disgusting” into iTunes. READ MORE
I constantly find myself missing new articles while I still learn to navigate the back end of this massive new web endeavor, which is why I’m a bit late is pushing out to you guys the latest editions of News From the Crypt and Aural Pleasures.
This month on “News From the Crypt,” the crew jumps into the elevator to see what lies below The Cabin in the Woods and take a trip to the The Devil’s Carnival road show. Also, Horror Guy Keenan interviews the composer of “Silent Hill: Downpour and Dexter,” Daniel Licht, while Tex hangs out with director Don Coscarelli to talk about his adaptation of John Dies at the End. You’ll find all that and much, much GORE by reading below or typing ‘Bloody Disgusting” into iTunes.
In the below tenth episode of “Aural Pleasures,” Adam, Jonny, and Bill take a moment to discuss a woman who got pregnant at a Megadeth/Motorhead show before launching into a topic that is near and dear to their hearts: video games! The trio go over some of their favorite video game soundtracks, from the glory days of 8-bit beeps and boops to some very recently released titles. The boys then end everything, as usual, with some recommendations for you listeners.
Also, Bill and Jonny get a big scare when it sounds like Adam is suddenly physically assaulted during the recording and Bill is forced to open a package that may or may not contain a severed head. Check it all out on this edition of “Aural Pleasures”!
Rammbock is a unique take on the rage virus/infected zombie genre, dealing both with coming to terms with emotional loss and survival in a city gone mad. Phase 7 shows what happens when an apartment building is quarantined and it’s occupants regress back to rule-of-the-jungle anarchy and paranoia. Both films deal with confinement and disease, and both films have memorable, fresh characters…but which one is the best? Tune in to “Double Murder!” on Bloody Disgusting Radio to find out!
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