Richard sits down and stands up with fellow podcaster Gore Blimey of the Trilogy of Terror podcast. Questions are asked and answered. Also, they talk! Nothing naughty here, no sir.
Simon and Richard get their collective jollies on while discussing the season's most sort of seasonal slasher, To All A Goodnight (1980). Also, Richard explains Christmas.
Jeffrey and Richard get lost in the snow or the mall while discussing the very disconcerting Christmas horror film called Elves (1989). Too sick to record, Richard soldiers on even though honestly, he was never that good to begin with. Jeffrey saves the day by single-handedly taking on hordes of just one Elf (Will Ferrell or not).
To honor their dearly departed friend and co-host on his birthday, the Doomed Show presents a special treat from the archives... An interview with the one and only Nafa! Stick around afterward for a couple of songs by the man himself.
Nafa's songs in this episode:
"Red Light" and "Rakanui" from
Nafa's movie blog:
Nafa's horror movie memories:
More of Nafa's music:
In an episode that can only be described as astonishing (or deranged), Simon and Richard return to the films of Michele Soavi with The Sect AKA The Devil's Daughter from 1991. It's called "making a baby" or "nurturing your inner Nyarlathotep". Enjoy!
Brad and Richard take a movie break to talk about two spooky Halloween TV episodes. One is Night Gallery - "There Aren't Anymore MacBanes" and the other is Route 66 - "Lizard's Leg and Owlet's Wing". Then they go to a pumpkin patch and a haunted house. No wait, those segments were cut. Never mind!
Jeffrey and Richard drink the pumpkin slop from out of their skulls and discuss the single filmiest film from 1997, Night of the Demons Eye Eye Eye. It's a Halloween special and it's all for you, Angela.
Simon and Richard kick off this year's Hello! This is the Doomed Show Halloween Celebratory Sensation with a little slice of something called Trick or Treats (1982). The hosts then delve into a pair of Halloween Safety films by Centron Education Films from 1977 and 1985. How original! Sort of... There's also a special appearance by house band The Prople who play their hit song "Doomed Moviethon"!
From the depths of the Doomed Show lost files, here's an oldie but goldie! Jeffrey and Richard give a bizarre slasher film the treatment it deserves. In other words, they ruin it. It's The Last Slumber Party from 1988 and hoo boy, things get ridiculous as is the Doomed Show way. This was probably foretold in Revelations. Probably.