EVIL DEAD 1 and 2 Movie Review Coming THIS MONDAYHere’s an early Heads up for you dear listeners!  This coming Monday we’re covering Sam Raimi’s 1981 classic ‘The Evil Dead’ as well as 1987’s ‘Evil Dead 2’!  If you want to rewatch’em (or enjoy them for the first time) before the episode now’s your chance!

EVIL DEAD 1 and 2 Movie Review Coming THIS MONDAY
Here’s an early Heads up for you dear listeners! 
This coming Monday we’re covering Sam Raimi’s 1981 classic ‘The Evil Dead’ as well as 1987’s ‘Evil Dead 2’! 
If you want to rewatch’em (or enjoy them for the first time) before the episode now’s your chance!

ANT Apparel and 6 Dollar Shirts:

Hey guys, so like we mentioned in the episode an amazing fan of the show named Anthony Verdi was kind enough to send us some AWESOME t-shirts!

He works for a website called 6 Dollar Shirts, which has a crazy deal of 10 shirts for 50 bucks, and above you can find example of the cool shirts they offer! 

Check them out here: http://6dollarshirts.com/t-shirts/index.html

And Anthony actually owns his own Shirt company named ANT Apparel which makes custom pocket tshirts which you can also see some examples of above! 

Check out his site here: http://antpockettees.bigcartel.com/

We highly recommend you guys check out these sites, and thanks again Anthony!

Episode Links:

Hey guys, here are the links we mentioned in today’s episode!

  • First up is an example of the old EC comics MAD comic, with the header “Tales calculated to drive you, MAD”!
  • Issue 24 of MAD when if transitioned into a magazine.
  • Issue 30 of MAD featuring the first full portrait of Alfred E Neuman!
  • The first appearance of Alfred as an “idiot mask”. 
  • An example of a funny MAD “fold-in!
  • The appearance of Alfred E. Neuman in an old issue of Spiderman.
  • An old incarnation of Alfred E. Neuman on a calendar from 1908!
  • Another old Alfred image titled “The New Boy” from all the way back in 1894!
  • The Yellow kid(1897), which some believe was another early inspiration for Alfred.
  • And lastly an example of a Spy Vs. Spy strip, along with the morse code signature at the top!

And now the links!

The Mad Board Game

Mad Magazine’s “Up The Academy”

Alfred E Neuman’s ‘Up the Academy’ Cameo

1988 Spy Vs Spy NES game play

2005 Spy Vs Spy game play

Michael McDonald’s Stuart

Phil Lamar’s UPS Guy

Coach Hines (feature Key and Peele)

Will Sasso’s Steven Seagal AND his amazing Kenny Rogers!

And check out our FACEBOOK PAGE for some extra Simpsons images that we mentioned!

ENJOY!

Crash Course in Mad Magazine:
The guys have been institutionalized because they’ve gone MAD for this weeks topic!  That’s right, it’s a Crash Course in all things Mad magazine!  
So tune in to learn all about the magazine’s history, as well as all the fun characters, spinoffs, television shows and different contributions it’s given us over the years to make our lives that much more pleasant!
Now take a listen and join the MADness!
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Crash Course in Mad Magazine:

The guys have been institutionalized because they’ve gone MAD for this weeks topic!  That’s right, it’s a Crash Course in all things Mad magazine!  

So tune in to learn all about the magazine’s history, as well as all the fun characters, spinoffs, television shows and different contributions it’s given us over the years to make our lives that much more pleasant!

Now take a listen and join the MADness!

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Crash Course in Shadow People Re-Run

It’s the 5th Monday of the month so we’re airing a fan favorite episode from our back catalogue… Our Crash Course in Shadow People!

Have you ever seen, out of the corner of your eye, a shadowy figure dart out of view?  Or maybe you’ve woken up in the middle of the night and seen a dark figure standing over you…?  If this sounds familiar you may have seen a SHADOW PERSON!
Ricky and Bryan delve into this strange, age-old topic and give you a run down of people’s encounters, possible explanations and even some personal stories!

The artwork is an artist’s imagining of the Old Hag Syndrome as well as a drawing of The Hatman, done by Tim Madrid (who, regrettably, we couldn’t any info on) And here’s some links to the lists of Shadow People Descriptions we found at Psychic Detective.com as well as a list found over at the AWESOME paranormal podcast Mysterious Universe (which also has some cool Shadow People artwork!) 

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Jackalope and Wendigo Links Part 2
Today we’ve got a two part Image and Link post to go along with Today’s two-for-one episode about Jackalopes and The Wendigo ! 
Part two is all things The Wendigo

  • Up first is a more traditional, Deer Headed, Wendigo followed by a gigantic humanoid but still horned Wendigo and another more human, but still elongated, version.
  • Next is the terrifying 1981 Children’s book ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and the image that accompanied the story “The Wendigo” (and also the story Bryan mentioned ‘The Viper’)
  • A screen shot of the Wendigo listed on the white board in Cabin in the Woods
  • Mike Mignola’s Wendigo from B.P.R.D.
  • Lastly there’s The Wendigo from Marvel Comics and Wolverine’s first appearance squaring off against both Wendigo and The Incredible Hulk!


On to the Links!
As mentioned here is the Wendigo Short Story by Algernon Blackwood

The 2001 Wendigo movie Trailer
Fear Itself “Skin and Bones” behind the scenes
And the trailer for the incredibly creepy 1999 Wendigo/Cannibal feature Ravenous

And lastly as mentioned here’s a link to our Episode all about Werewolves !

And don’t forget to check out Part 1 of this post, all about the Legendary Jackalope!

Jackalope and Wendigo Links Part 1
Today we’ve got a two part Image and Link post to go along with Today’s two-for-one episode about Jackalopes and The Wendigo ! 
Part one is all things Jackalopes

  • Up above is an image of the German equivalent of the Jackalope, The Wolpentinger. 
  • Next is the Jackalope from Red Dead Redemption.
  • The next 4 are a bit disturbing, but as discussed in the the episode these are images of rabbits suffering from Shopes Papilloma Virus, a virus that causes horny growths to sprout of out their heads, a totally real condition Rabbits can suffer from that could explain the legend of the Jackalope.  The next two are images of Dede Koswara, “the Tree Man” from Indonesia who suffers from Human Papilloma Virus.  Dede has had several surgeries to remove his growths and continues to need regular treatments
  • And the last image is a Jackalope from Gravity Falls!


And as promised we have Links too!

There’s Jack Ching Bada-Bing from America’s Funniest People .
(and side note: Here’s the video of Arlene Sorkin in the Days of Our Lives clip that inspired Joker’s main squeeze Harley Quinn!)

A Jackalope clip from Eerie Indiana: The Other Dimension 

Pixar’s short "Boundin’"

And stay tuned for our second post of links all about The Mythical WENDIGO!

Crash Course in The Jackalope AND The Wendigo

This week Bryan and Ricky bring you a two-for-one North American creature feature! Learn about the history of the antler-headed Jackalope of the Wild West and also the lore behind the terrifying Native American cannibal creature The Wendigo!

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The Lost Boys Links and Images:

Hey gang, here are some fun images and links to things we mentioned in TODAYS EPISODE!

Above are great examples of how ridiculous some of the characters looked in the film!

And as promised here are the Trailers for The Lost boys sequels:

Lost Boys: The Tribe

Lost Boys: The Thirst

Enjoy!

THE LOST BOYS MOVIE REVIEW:
This week the boys get lost and find themselves giving you a review of the classic 80’s vampire movie; The Lost Boys. 
So grab some garlic, clentch your stake and listen to Ricky and Bryan geek out over tons of trivia and 80’s flare in this vampirific episode!
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THE LOST BOYS MOVIE REVIEW:

This week the boys get lost and find themselves giving you a review of the classic 80’s vampire movie; The Lost Boys.

So grab some garlic, clentch your stake and listen to Ricky and Bryan geek out over tons of trivia and 80’s flare in this vampirific episode!

Listen right HERE:

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Listen in on itunes

or on Libsyn

or on Stitcher