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Monday, September 22, 2014

Dead Air: Episode 60 - 976 Evil 2 (1991) / Waxwork (1988)


This week on the show, Jeff (@Jeff_FOTD), Jesse (@DestroySuperman), James (@DrJimmyTerror), and Shawn (@TheLiberalDead) finish the infamous Lionsgate Horror 8-Pack and wrap up the unofficial "Bargain Bin Madness" series. Yes, Shawn is still alive.

First, the guys tell you why they aren't too impressed with AS ABOVE SO BELOW or SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR, Jeff tells the story of finally meeting James in real life at Italian Splatterfest 3, and then everyone praises the new DVD release (finally!) of the indie horror flick, FOUND. They also give you a run down of the Halloween-centric content over at The Liberal Dead and talk about the recently announced first wave of programming at the 2014 Toronto After Dark Film Festival (which Jeff will be attending and covering).

Next up, the guys worship at the alter of Jim Wynorski and tell you why you shouldn't dismiss 976-EVIL 2 (even though the first film really isn't worth talking about), and then they revisit Anothony Hickox's wickedly funny/awesome genre mashup, WAXWORK.

As always, there's plenty of ridiculous banter, Elvis sightings, and Jesse even sings a few songs for your amusement...

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