Posts Tagged ‘Podcasts’

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Got a long commute? Need something to help make the daily walk seem more enjoyable? Want something other than the TV on when trying to get stuff done around the house while trapped inside during the blizzard? Check out the Grue Crew and the most recent offerings from the Gruesome Magazine family of podcasts. Also on iTunes.

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The crew takes a look at an often forgotten piece of horror cinema history when this week’s assignment is The Asphyx.

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Assignment Horror returns with a look at a classic Hammer science fiction horror offering.

“John, Jerry, & Becca once again educate one Richard Ewell in the Assignment: Horror Podcast with the film Quatermass And The Pit. Find out Richard’s opinion of the film and ultimate grade that was a bit of a controversy among the group.”

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The first episode of The Assignment Horror Podcast. On Soundcloud now, soon to be on iTunes. We’re a little rough around the edges on the first one, but we’re still getting our rhythm as a team.

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In 1971 Amando de Ossorio introduced the world to a nightmare creation now best known as The Blind Dead. They lasted for four films, all of them watchable, and then sort of disappeared from the genre landscape. They’d make appearances here and there on late night cable and VHS over the years- not always as the Blind Dead though -before getting a fitting DVD treatment in the 2000s.

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Well, it’s not just for geeks. There are all manner of podcasts out there on the internet right now covering news, conspiracy, health, sports, etc. But the world of the geek is well covered on the podcasting front.

Podcasting Around

And that’s why I’m so often surprised by the large number of people I run into at geek conventions, let alone out in the work-a-day world, who have no idea what’s out there or express little curiosity in what’s out there. This surprise is made even greater when one considers the ease with which so many of these podcasts are made available for the average geek through free streaming on a website, free subscriptions on services like iTunes, or a combination of the two.

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