Jeffrey and Richard take a listener request from friend of the show Ted Rawson. He requested that they cover The Urge to Kill AKA Attack of the Killer Computer from the greatest year for technology: 1989! Films AKA movies don't get much weirder than this.
For this giallo double feature, Simon and Richard discuss Short Night of Glass Dolls (1971) and Watch Me When I Kill (1977). Then they talk about a controversial topic... Second Tier Gialli! Whoa! Hope the Internet doesn't collapse! Thanks to Doomed Show supporter Havard for picking Short Night!
Jeffrey and Richard finally get back to talking about the original "Shock Rocker" Clyde Anderson AKA Claudio Fragasso. And Alice Cooper! Italian horror doesn't get much stranger than Monster Dog (1984). Hope you like sandwiches! Friend of the show, Markky Karloff (of The Prople), also makes a special cameo.
Tyler is back on the Doomed Show to talk with Richard about everyone's favorite documentary/comedy, Atom Age Vampire (1960). They have a radioactive time!
In his laziest episode ever, Richard takes a sick day and drops an episode full of the sounds of a horrifying Christmas and a scary New Year's Eve. A huge thanks to the listeners and to the show's donators. A huge Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to y'all. H!TITDS will return next year.
Simon and Richard go long on an Italian horror classic. It's The Church from 1989, directed by Michele Soavi and produced by Dario Argento. If you've ever heard a podcast then this is also something you can hear.
He wasn't the hero we wanted, he was the hero we deserved. Brad and Richard get all DON'T-y on this super long, superlative superb SuperShow about the one and the only, S.F. Brownrigg. Please note: Lots of spoilers in this one so be forewarned. And sweaty.
Don't Look in the Basement
Poor White Trash II
Don't Open the Door
Keep My Grave Open
Thinkin' Big (very briefly)