The Goat welcomes back old friends Byrd and Jelli to discuss the giant monster rampage of Gorgo.
This episode features Eric Rasmussen joining in to talk about ECW Barely Legal from 1997.
Join us for the first episode of Re:Trek as we discuss the first four Star Trek movies.
It’s a cavalcade of stars as John and Takoda cover the first year of Louisville Supercon. Special guests Sam Jones, Marty Abrams, Dr Mego, Lloyd Kaufman, Josh Petersdorf, and Brian O’Halloran all stop by to pay us a visit.
Book Vs Movie “Die Hard” Yes, it was a novel based on the sequel to a 1968 Frank Sinatra movie first But, is it a Christmas movie?
A horror holiday double feature! On this special Christmas episode of the Grawlix Cinematic Universe podcast, we review Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale and Krampus.
Zach Takes is joined by Jason Prentice and Josh Wennes to break down everything that went down this year for IPW.
Jason and James are flying solo again. They catch up on all their watching, including some love for Letterkenny.
If you think this was a tribute episode to Stan Lee... So did we. Grab some OV's and a pack of darts for the wild ride you are about to get on!
***PROGRAMMING NOTE*** Due to complications from the winter storm this show was cut short. Roadie, Kevin and Adam discuss the Smackdown version of the TLC go home show. Does Askua standing tall predict a win for the Empress of Tomorrow or will WWE once...
This week Roman and Rob discuss hockey pucks, a bad Santa, a burger troll and much, much more! A proud member of the Emotionally 14 Family, The Electronic Media Collective Podcast Network and The Tangent-Bound Network. http://www.romanpodandcast.com ...
What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show returns with a holiday-themed episode, featuring ghost stories, silly tunes, and noir fiction.
Shotgun Wrestling Radio preview WWE TLC PPV and Ring of Honor Final Battle PPV!
Book Vs. Movie Podcast "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens the 2009 Jim Carey Animated Movie The Margos continue their holiday celebrations with the all-time classic "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens. There have been hundreds of adaptations ...