In this episode, the boys talk about spooky ghost films. The Frighteners, The Entity, The Devil's Backbone, The Changeling, and The Possession of Michael King are discussed. Trigger warning during talk about The Entity.
We round out the show with true stories of the strange and unusual that we've all experienced.
Louis and Patrick from DAMAGEDViewing swing by to talk about OKC Film Club's month long event OKC HORROR FEST. Weekly double features to celebrate horror in the month of October, ending with an all night movie marathon on The 31st. Check it out!
Matt returns to share his experience attending Fantastic Fest and what it's like watching over 40 films in the span of seven days. Tusk, The Editor, The Babadook, Soul Tangler, Electric Boogaloo, Lost Souls, Horns, John Wick, Danger 5, Tokyo Tribe, Open Windows, VHS: Viral, Cub, Wyrmwood, ABC's of Death 2, No Man's Land, and many more are discussed.
Rod rounds out the show with his segment over the formation of Image Comics.
Eric, Cory, and Rodney talk science fiction this week with a tour of robots and A.I.'s that couldn't care less about The Three Laws of Robots. We look at iconic films featuring mad machines like THE TERMINATOR, THE MATRIX, 2001, ALIEN, THE BLACK HOLE, and BATTLESTAR GALACTICA.
In the final segment, Eric rambles and rants about his favorite YouTube series EverymanHYBRID, a Multimedia horror series about three young men from New Jersey fighting the mysterious Slender Man.
You can find EverymanHYBRID at YouTube.com/everymanhybrid
Alex, Mitch, and Louis Fowler of OKC FILM CLUB/DAMAGED VIEWING join the DEM lads in a hellbent for leather rundown of Fall/Winter films we're all looking forward to watching, not watching, or absolutely hating.
You can find OKC FILM CLUB and Louis Fowler on Facebook and on Twitter @OKCFilmClub and @LouisFowler.
In this month's Okie Spotlight, The General and Eric were lucky enough to sit down and speak with Shay, Kendall, Ofi, and Lindsey of the OKC and Tulsa chapters of Nerdy Girls, a women's organization devoted to personal, social, and creative enrichment.
For more information about the OKC and Tulsa chapters of Nerdy Girls, go to okc.nerdy-girls.org and tulsa.nerdy-girls.org
You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter @nerdygirlsokc @NerdyGirlsTulsa
It's about time we do a proper western episode. We touch upon b-side Clint Eastwood films such as Pale Rider and High Plains Drifter, then we a have a bit of fun with Mel Brooks' comedy/western hybrid Blazing Saddles, and round off the conversation with Eric's favorite Sergio Leone film Once Upon a Time in the West.
We wrap up the episode with Cory's segment over classic science fiction novels. Issac Asimov, Harlan Ellison, and Philip K. Dick are talked about.
Our latest show kicks off with Matt talking about catching the latest Drafthouse Films release of BORGMAN, Cory then revels in the majesty that is the final film in John Carpenter's Apocalyspe Trilogy, the Lovecraftian IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS.
We are currently enjoying a new golden age of television. Shows like Breaking Bad, True Detective, and Mad Men have redefined the rules of long form visual storytelling by expanding the medium and making the shows more theatrical. New, serialized versions of classic movies are starting to become fashionable, with Bates Motel, Fargo, and Hannibal taking existing properties and approaching them from a different angle. In this episode, we experiment by coming up with pitches for films that we would like to see adapted to television.
In the final segment, we talk about how we met, and share some embarrassing and rather strange personal stories.
Will Harrison from the OKC based geek society and pop culture news outlet, THE OKC EDGE, stopped by to talk with us about his website and what it's all about. The topics discussed range from local bands, cosplay, and comic books. We couldn't have asked for a nicer guy to chat with!
Please check out Will's site at www.theokcedge.com
You can find The OKC Edge on YouTube at
Or Twitter @TheOKCEdge
After one hell of a news week, the gentlemen have a nice little chat over some of their favorite film composers. Jerry Goldsmith, Hans Zimmer, and Bill Conti are discussed along with more experimental contemporaries like GOBLIN, Mike Patton, Clint Mansell.
In the last segment, Matt exhibits his frustration over the current remake epidemic with the American version of The Raid being the catalyst of his rage.