In this precursor to our episode on The Conjuring, Sean, Greg, Lynn and Andrew talk about scary movies like Sinister, Insidious, and Saving Private Ryan (the conversation jumps around a lot). There's also some discussion of evil apes and monkey bites with a little time dedicated to the cosplay controversy of hot women who wear skimpy outfits even if they may not fully understand the back story of the character they are currently sexying. Our position on this very serious issue may just shock you.
Sunday, August 25, 2013
THE FOLLOWING IS BASED ON A TRUE STORY... Did I ever tell you about the time I died? Yeah, probably not. That's a good setup for a story though, right? I have told this story before. For the sake of those involved I omitted some of the more bizarre elements, but as the years have gone by I have come to realize that the full details must be made known. What if the unexplained incident that occurred that St. Patrick's Day in downtown Savannah were to be repeated elsewhere? It's irresponsible to withhold what little I know of it, especially in light of the fact that no one else seems to remember. This is the story of how all Hell broke loose one night in Savannah, how the end of the world was very nearly the result of it, and how I was put in a position to stop it just by deciding to stay home.
In this installment of "Apocalypse Party" by Sean Gilbert, difficult questions are asked and answered and argued about, such as which section of a human centipede would you rather be?
Saturday, August 24, 2013
Sean and Andrew talk about the Conjuring and other James Wan films like Insidious. They also talk about the real-life Warrens and the true story of the demon-possessed doll Annabelle. Then they get scared like little girls and recount some of their own paranormal experiences.
Pictured below: The real life Annabelle with the real life Warrens. You can read her story at Badass Digest or download the full story for your Kindle.
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Sean, Greg, Lynn and Andrew pay tribute to the New Doctor Who. And giant robots, and Aaron Sorkin, and Game of Thrones, and Star Wars and Star Trek, and tipping waitresses, Lando Calrissian and DragonCon, drop bears, cargo pants, and didgeridoos. Just another regular show, folks...
Sunday, August 11, 2013
In what will certainly be a series of episodes focusing on Dr. Who's 50th Anniversary, Sean, Lynn, and Andrew take some time to recap the finale of the latest series of Dr. Who. They also talk about Sharknado, get Lynn's thoughts on Game of Thrones and there is a surprise appearance by VRON! Less surprising, now that I just told you about it, but does anybody really read these episode blurbs?