Richard virtually sits down or stands up with filmmakers Charlie Roxburgh and Matt Farley to discuss their legendary slasher film Freaky Farley (2007) and much, much more!
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Jeffrey and Richard take it to a wintry place because winter. But don't worry, it's still a highly sensual and erotic conversation for all genders. They discuss The American Scream from 1988 and do a deep dive into their collection of polka shirts. It's fine.
Richard gets dusty and nasty with some books. What kinds of books? Erotic literature? Not this time. Nope, he's talking about horror movie reference and review books. This is the first of a two parter. Richard is lame.
Simon and Richard tried hiding but all that happened was they got beat to death for some heavy metal tapes. It was extremely erotic (at least in the Cadillac). They also talk about The Hidden from 1987 and a little bit about The Hidden 2 from 1993. These are the words. Listen, please!
Jeffrey and Richard are like totally back in the hairy studio to discuss that Video Nasty classic Night of the Demon (1980) (or 1979 or 1983). Like a ripped off dingle screaming in the night, things get messy. See you at Crazy Wanda's.
Brad and Richard finally make a sequel to their classic (read as: old) 1981 Slashers episode. They discuss three films: Madman, The House on Sorority Row, and Alone in the Dark. It's mostly about men but also women. Thanks for listening!
Richard finally loses his mind (again) and goes down the most ridiculous of wormholes (or whatever). The topic of this episode? It's movies that came out the year he was born! That's dumb. Luckily, the listeners write in and save the day. Skip to that part.
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Richard is back with some solo talkin'. Please forgive him. The subject this time around is movies he watched too much as a kid. It's unforgivably lame and awful. Don't listen!
For this spookily ookily Halloween episode of the Doomed Show, Simon and Richard talk about one of their all time favorite films House AKA Hausu from 1977. For real though, this is quite sensual. Enjoy.