from the official website: Welcome to the first installation of an ongoing series of reports on the Scopes Trial in Dayton Tennessee in 1925, exactly 85 years ago! The trial was the first in the US to be broadcast on the radio. Those recordings no longer exist, but we will be releasing a podcast every day that Mencken published an article in the Baltimore Sun. Relive the trial in real […]
It’s hard to say what movie we’re doing on the next Terror Transmission, available this Thursday. In fact, the movie itself doesn’t say a goddamn word. But, it’s got a whip-happy gal, a murderous cripple, and some serious carny action going for it, and that’s enough reason to download and listen to it. And the other 22 episodes, too. We also just got back from Monster Bash 2010, and we’ll […]
Dio. Even dead, STILL better than Ozzy. In every way.
Helps a bit if you’re familiar with the ’70s TV movie this clip references — shot for shot! If you know it by heart, like I do, it’s rather eerie. All audio from the original film.
Some decent information, despite the rather presumptuous tone of the narration.
Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 from Wikipedia: “Freddy’s Nightmares is an American horror anthology series, which aired in syndication from October 1988 until March 1990. A spin-off from the Nightmare on Elm Street series, each story was introduced by Freddy Krueger (played, as in the movies, by Robert Englund). This format is essentially the same as that employed by Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Tales from […]
Like an old friend almost forgotten, it was the first major jump in the operating system since System 7 some six years back. 1997 was the year and Mr. Jobs wasn’t even back yet (at least, not for this). It paved the way for Internet integration and pushed Mac users into the world of Power-PC chip usage. Oh, yeah, and Sherlock was in there somewhere, too. It’s nice to own […]
Because you simply must know how it ends, right? Not sure which is better — the appropriated Raiders of the Lost Ark music or the sound effects ripped from the 1980s version of Flash Gordon.