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We watch and review television series, mainly from the 80's and 90's. The E is checkmarked for a reason as we are known to make outlandish claims and regularly veer off topic. Contact info - tvrevisitedpodcast@gmail.com Twitter -@TvRevisited
 
In each episode, Patrick Hamilton and Gena Radcliffe unpack all the gory details of horror cinema's least discussed topic: the characters. From Friday the 13th to Nightmare on Elm Street and beyond, our mission is to detail each hack, slash, and decapitation in the hopes that a victim's untimely end is just the beginning of the jokes we can make about them.
 
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What happens when you cross the skill of gymnastics with the kill of stripping? For better or worse, you get 1987's sexploitation slasher, STRIPPED TO KILL. On this episode of After Dark, we delve into the seedier side of LA that isn't owned by the Scientologists to discuss sensitive strip club owners, where to store your clothes so they don't get …
 
The nation goes to Mars. In a book, at least. A look at the cultural 1890's decade. Science fiction, A new form of voiced patriotism, Exploding growth in cities. And an American Winston Churchill. Music by the excellent Kevin MacLeod (find him on free music archive.org) and Lee Rosevere (find him on Bandcamp). We are part of Airwave Media Podcast N…
 
Thank Jigsaw It’s Friday! Bring your family to the table, because all the traps are set. That’s right, your favorite holiday is back and better than ever as we celebrate Sawsgiving and talk SAW VI with the help of Returning Champion and F This Movie! host, Patrick Bromley! Along the way, debate why the Saw franchise has become a soap opera with gor…
 
In this second look at the decade of the 1890's. Economic disaster and marching citizens. Pitchfork and tin making rebellion. Competing metals and ideas. An election only makes clearer the divisions in society - it does not create them. An author struggle to captures these modern conflicts and develop a new fairy tale. Music by the excellent Kevin …
 
The rent might be controlled, but it’s the only thing under control this week as we talk 1992’s stylish paranoid thriller, SINGLE WHITE FEMALE on Kill By Kill: After Dark! Gena and Patrick both attempt to slip into each other’s skin as they discuss puppy punting, sexy monk chants, baffling fashion software, working for Tobo, and the GOD Jennifer Ja…
 
Drop whatever it is you're doing-I did-because I found the one guy on the planet who's never seen Law and Order. I mean, any Law and Order. My friend Dan hasn't seen Original series, SVU, Criminal Intent, nothing. Not an episode. I threw out the episode I had planned, I even threw out the regular format, and just dove straight into this television …
 
How did things get modern in America? The popularity of a color derived from coal tar is just one of the ways. A look at the 1890's, a decade where America developed in many ways. A look at the 1890's, a decade where America developed in many ways. This is part of a FOUR PART series of podcasts on My History Can Beat Up Your Politics. X-rays, flyin…
 
Get ready for some thunder from down under as we talk about the criminally under-seen #Ozploitation classic, 1982’s NEXT OF KIN. Here to help us unpack all the gory details is Horror Queers co-host and “current #1” Returning Champion, Joe Lipsett! Along the way we talk about hillbilly revenge thrillers, introduce cream corn wrestling, running away …
 
Are you ready to get naughty? Well, that’s nice, cause we’re opening up the back door of Kill By Kill for a little AFTER DARK action! That’s right, we’re kicking off our new off-week bonus episode project by opening up about 1995’s JADE. We’re talking ginger noodles, landline nude calls, hysterical blindness, and the ultimate sensual aid: unfrozen …
 
It's the most abstract of the economic stats and yet, it's the most personal. It's the one that often has turned Presidents into crusaders. And sometimes turned the American people into the critical actors, volunteers or even 'the problem'. Pins, gardens and tough talk on this episode about Presidents, shrinking dollars, and rising prices. We are p…
 
Auctioning people for paid jobs, Resisting smoking and liquor bans, Actors in trouble, Fistfight in Congress, Prosperity around the corner and News articles spreading fear and encouraging violence. With Jon Blackwell, Wall Street Journal Editor and creator of the Twitter handle This Day in 1921, we discuss significant news stories of 1921 that have…
 
It’s an after-party at Kirby’s house and we’re ALL invited! And Trevor shows up, I guess. That’s right, we’ve hit the finale of SCREAM 4, and here to help guide is the wonderfully whip-smart BJ Colangelo of the This Ends At Prom podcast and so much more!! Along the way we talk sewer turtles, teen flicks, the myth of U2’s young fan base, flirting vi…
 
Jose Huizar grew up in Boyle Heights – a working-class Latinx neighborhood in L.A. Eventually, he became their councilperson. He ran on promises of solidarity and community. And, for the most part, people trusted Huizar... until the day the FBI raided his home and offices, looking for evidence of corruption. The Feds would go on to say that Huizar …
 
Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren's policy of Indian population removal, which lead to the Trail of Tears and thousands of deaths, was not uncontested or passively allowed at the time. Nearly half of Congress opposed it, as did petition writers all over the nation. So did one of the President's former friends and of course, most of the elected re…
 
They say, “Evil Dies Tonight,” but does Evil really keep appointments? Let’s break it all down as Patrick and Gena dissect HALLOWEEN KILLS - a movie that according to the internet, you can only love or hate and nothing in between! Along the way we talk about Patrick stepping on Gena’s intro jokes, we wonder when we’re going to get a Halloween III: …
 
Stephen King month concludes with his personal favorite movie adaptation of his work: Stanley Kubrick's The Shining. This time, I'm the one who hasn't seen it- or haven't I? Justin and Ben will seek to determine just how much one person can be deemed to have "seen" a movie without ever actually sitting down to watch it. Most important of all, can a…
 
Vice President under Monroe, Tompkins was a popular populist republican governor of New York and symbol of young America. But he had a problem. Tim Pearson's book on Vice Presidents is Second Fiddle - https://www.amazon.com/Second-Fiddle-Strange-Elected-President/dp/0692877401/ This episode's sponsor - Light Stream credit card consolidation www.lig…
 
We’re ready to let all the guts hang out on the second volume of SCREAM 4! Here to help us mop up this blood bath is the host of the Brother Ghoulish Tomb podcast, the one and only Ryan Kinney! Along the way we discuss Maureen Prescott Delusion Syndrome, Ryan connects Scream to A Pup Named Scooby Doo, we explore the idea of Ghostface’s new utility …
 
We look at the Anti-Masonic Party of the 1820s and 1830s from backwater movement to national stage and its lasting influence on one of the two major parties today, and on political conventions. Was it truly a conspiracy theory-based movement? What can it say about today's politics. And a candidate who didn't want to run for President. We look at al…
 
New Scream movie, new rules! It’s time to talk about our favorite scary movie franchise of Season 3, 2011’s SCREAM 4! Along the way, we discuss internet threats, explore how Gena’s near death experience reshaped the show, reveal the lyrics to the Axel F theme, and wonder what Scream’s obsession with color blocking is. All that, and we play a blood-…
 
Happy Halloween, listeners! This year, we are honoring the world's most famous Mainer, Stephen King. First on the docket is Pet Sematary, and we're going deep on this one. Neither Dave nor Brian have read the book, nor have they seen the movie. This week they tackle the former, and next week they will explore the latter. Will these icons of King-ly…
 
We take a look at a few topics, the "Joe Manchins" of History, Senators who have disagreed with their own parties Presidents, while also helping in some ways. FDR, Clinton and Lyndon Johnson dealt with their own versions of the dynamic in politics today. We are also reminded in telling this story that Clinton had a 50-50 Senate, in a form. And a bi…
 
What kind of movie is 1986’s KILLER PARTY? Patrick thinks it’s a perfect “U-shaped film” with the high points coming at the beginning and end. Gena calls it the Amazon Women On The Moon of slashers. Our guest and Returning Champion, Brennan Klein, believes the narrative is unstuck in time, like a Christopher Nolan puzzle box. But nothing in heaven …
 
WIth Matthew from the Political Darkside podcast, Bruce discusses Joe Biden, his story, and the issues of crime, business, busing and more. Find Matthew's podcast at www.politicaldarkside.com Sponsored by Conflict of Nations App - Check out Conflict of Nations WW3 Player to Player Strategy Game Support the Podcast on Patreon: www.patreon.com/mhcbuy…
 
Do you dare to walk these stairs again? Too late, we’re already falling down them into 1990’s THE EXORCIST III and helping to cushion our fall is film and culture writer, Drew McWeeny! Along the way we tackle the film’s “one and done” filming strategy, we debate how the film’s unreality becomes a reality, the incredible performances given by George…
 
Anime. The final frontier. Drew has seen Akira, of course. He's dabbled in a bit of Voltron. And who hasn't caught the odd episode of Sailor Moon? But today marks Drew's first true foray into the exciting, mad world of anime, as he begins season one of the tv show Attack on Titan. Will it live up to Dave's lofty hype? Part 1 - 0:00 to 27:50 Part 2 …
 
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