Brad and Richard take a listener request and discuss Mortuary from 1983 featuring Bill Paxton, Mary Beth McDonough, Linda Day George, and Christopher George. They also pierce the sexy sexiness of nudity and friendship and nakedness. It's a fun show. Give it a listen!
LeEtta returns to the show to talk with Richard about topics NOT including aliens, race cars, fine jewelry, cryptids, corporate buyouts, lasers, and wombats. Instead of those scintillating subjects, they talk about Midnight Offerings, a fun as heck witch TV movie from 1981. Listen to the voices.
Simon and Richard get nasty and sexy but not too overtly sexual if that's even possible for two ripped bros with huge biceps, calves, etc. They talk about The Boogeyman from 1980 a lot and a little about its sequels. Special thanks to Mark for his contribution to the show and picking this film! It's a real podcast.
Tyler returns to the show but he's brought some kaiju friends with him. Richard thinks he knows Gamera vs. Jiger (1970) but he don't. The greatest giant monster of them all, Tangento, shows up and wrecks their conversation. Several epic and bloody battles ensue.
Jeffrey and Richard return to the sexy (but not erotic) world of Italian horror with Primal Rage (1988). Their discussion is full of primary and secondary rageful happiness. We're living in a post episode 200 world here, people. We'll get through this.
Through some sexy miracle of masculine but not too masculine energy, Hello! This is the Doomed Show has reached their 200th episode. Brad, Jeffrey, Simon, and Richard gather around the virtual campfire wearing only their Snuggies and Crocs to answer the burning erotic questions of the awesomely muscular listeners.
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Simon and Richard go back to dreamland. Fredward J. Kruegerton is done with them but they ain't done with him, not yet. Listen to Richard bleat like a teased sexual creature as more and more Twin Peaks references fly at him than any normal impregnated man can take. Friend of the show, Markky Karloff, calls in with a serious confession. All this and Johnny Depp? Every township has an Elm Avenue, y'all.
Brad and Richard finally get back to the giallo world with Sergio Martino's classic La coda dello scorpione (1971). It's a sexy film with beautiful women and hot George Hilton. Luscious George! They use their mouth sounds to describe it.
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Jeffrey and Richard log in and get axed by José Ramón Larraz's 1988 slasher, Edge of the Axe. It's a sexy movie full of not nude and not naked bodies. But it is gory and full of computer junk. Also, this episode is brought to you by nature. Hear those birds chirping?