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Ever wondered what would happen if Hardcore History covered Star Wars? If NPR covered Predator attacks? Welcome to Spec Media, a collection of the best podcasts from across the multiverse. Spec Media is unlike any podcast you’ve ever heard before...although it’s also exactly like podcasts you’ve heard before. We’re a parody podcast that spoofs popular podcasts by placing them in your favorite fictional universes.
 
Created and produced by three best friends, Wishbonafide is a podcast that brings new life to the 90s children’s TV show “Wishbone" and humorously tackles the literary integrity and tween frame story of the original TV program. To check out more content, go to Wishbonafide.com.
 
Welcome to Boozy Movies: movie reviews with a little booze! Co-hosts Hannah & Julia get inebriated and opinionated by taking shots at one film, both literally and figuratively. Join us for new episodes, every Friday! Listen to Boozy Movies at BoozyMovies.com, Apple Podcasts, and anywhere else podcasts are found! Don’t forget to join the conversation in our FB group: Boozy Movies Drinking Buddies! Find us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter at boozymoviespod
 
Such Good Words is a comedy podcast where two friends discover and discuss Xena: Warrior Princess, the 90s hit television show, as they venture through the series as first time Xena viewers. Every other week, Dominique and Andrew talk you through each episode, covering the highlights, the goofs, the sociology of brarbrarian life, the perverse, the filth - ensuring that both new comers and die-hard fans of the series learn the ultimate Chakram toss tactics, and have a sticky, goof-soaked good ...
 
Strangers in Space: once a month, for sixty minutes*, J.R. Southall, Lee Rawlings, Simon Brett and Matt Barber talk about Doctor Who so you don't have to (*times may vary) Desert Planet Picks: once a week (or so), a special guest chooses the eight items they'd take with them, if they were about to be marooned on a desert planet Film Club: once a month, the Strangers in Space review and contextualise a popular movie Film Club International: once a month, (some of) the Strangers in Space revie ...
 
The Quad is a podcast dedicated to the Syfy and Space Channel TV series Killjoys starring Hannah John-Kamen, Aaron Ashmore, and Luke Macfarlane. Join Kris, Annie, and Stephanie for conversation about episodes, characters, themes, and more. Send feedback about the show and the podcast to killjoys@askgenretv.com or call our listener voicemail line at 972-514-7223.
 
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Prep your dream fantasies and your give no fuck attitude because we're checking out Richard Bates Jr's Excision (2012). Joining us to talk about Traci Lords and AnnaLynn McCord's powerhouse performances is Transploitation author and Sick Sad Monsters co-host Wren Crain, who contributes a candid and personal reading about mental illness in the film.…
 
Here's a sneak peek at our all new full-length Patreon bonus episode on Michael Chaves' The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. It's......aggressively fine. Like what you hear? Head on over to www.patreon.com/horrorqueers and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content today! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Alexander Birrell's The Latent Image (the 20-minute-long short is available on the queer streaming service Dekkoo, and you can sign up for a 3-day free trial to watch it), in which a young writer (Joshua Tonks) retreats to an isolated cabin to work on a mystery thriller, only for a mysterious stranger (Ja…
 
Grab your fur coat and tail because we're heading to the UK for a little Faerie Tale Queertre to discuss Will Gould's 1998 morality tale The Wolves of Kromer, which might be the only film we've covered with a 0% Rotten Tomatoes score! Join us as we discuss the film's very specific aesthetic (think Vacation Bible School videos or PBS original progra…
 
Tom Baker might have thought a talking cabbage adequate company for his TARDIS travels, but the reality is that a television programme needs characters for the audience to recognise and identify with or care about. But how has that role changed over the years? In the first half of our discussion, we talk about the Doctor's companions during the ori…
 
For this week's episode, we're headed to Los Angeles to become stars in the fashion industry with Nicolas Winding Refn's The Neon Demon (2016). Tagging along for the cannibalism and necrophilia is Bloody Blunts Cinema Club's DeVaughn Taylor who has a unique appreciation for spooky nonsense and has a pretty killer theory about what Ruby, Sarah and G…
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Ariel Hansen's Nepenthes (click the link to view the 5-minute-long short), in which Max (Ariel Slack) decides to meet an online dating match only to get herself into a painfully sticky situation. Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, …
 
Hello Zep, we want to play a game! So grab your blue filter and reverse bear trap because we're talking James Wan's debut film Saw! Joining us for the discussion are former guests Jenny Nulf (Fatal Frame and The Handmaiden) and Lindsay Traves (Batman: Mask of the Phantasm)! Join us as we discuss the film's "torture porn" moniker and how it served a…
 
Here's a sneak peek at our all new Patreon episode on Mike Flanagan's shockingly good 2016 prequel Ouija: Origin of Evil! How did Flanagan turn a turd of a first film into a gem of a prequel? Listen and find out! Like what you hear? Head on over to www.patreon.com/horrorqueers and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content today! See acast.co…
 
Surprise! In celebration of the theatrical release of Spiral this weekend, we've decided to give you a little taste of next week's episode on Saw with a bit of an appetizer before the main course. Joining us to discuss the cultural impact of Saw is Greg Mucci (see previous episode on Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood), who shares his experien…
 
We're sticking with high school outsiders as we revisit Robert Rodriguez's The Faculty (1998). We're joined by Pissi Myles of My Spooky Gay Family podcast to discuss all of the film's many, MANY queer elements, courtesy of screenwriter Kevin Williamson. Aside from the homages to classic sci-fi, we tackle queer coding in Stokely and Casey, question …
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Lee Haven Jones' Want It (click the link to view the 10-minute-long short), in which an intruder breaks into a modern and luxurious home, only for the tables to be turned when the owner of the house returns unexpectedly. The intruder then finds himself naked and powerless. Questions? Comments? Snark? Conn…
 
After four sequels, two reboots and two television versions, Planet of the Apes is the adaptation of a novel that just keeps on coming. But just what is it that keeps on coming? That's the question we accidentally end up asking in this latest edition of Film Club, the first of four (non-consecutive) episodes dealing with the Apes saga.…
 
Prep your Lydia from Beetlejuice cosplay and channel your inner Carrie because this week were delving into Marina Sargenti's direct-to-video film Mirror Mirror (1990). CW: the dogs die. Written by sisters Annette and Gina Cascone, the film is almost entirely made by and starring women, including the fabulously named Rainbow Harvest, Karen Black and…
 
Protect your wallets from suspicious drifters because we're ending April with a boring, unsexy vampire road trip movie: J.S. Cardone'sThe Forsaken! Joining us for this torturous venture is Hellbent director Paul Etheredge! Join us as we try to determine whether the film is unintentionally homoerotic or just plain bro-y. We'll delve into Simon Rex's…
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Nicholas Verso's The Last Time I Saw Richard (click the link to view the 22-minute-long short), in which proud loner (Toby Wallace) finds himself bonding with his new roommate (Cody Fern) at a mental health clinic for teens. CW: Self-harm Reference: The Skeletons in My Closet, Stephen Lewis Questions? Com…
 
This week on the pod, keep an ear out for the air siren because we're headed to Silent Hill (2006) for its 15th anniversary. Along for the ride are Renee, Travis and John Paul of Pod Mortem, who provide both game expertise and disdain for the presence of Sean Bean's Chris (we love the actor, but why is he here?!) Up for discussion: how director Chr…
 
Don't get excited! This isn't a full episode on Wes Craven's Scream 4 (2011). It's simply an acknowledgement that the film, which is very important to us, is celebrating its tenth anniversary. And so, in advance of our full length episode next January, here's a taste of why we love Scream 4. Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twit…
 
The lambs have stopped screaming so we're going all-in on Jonathan Demme's critically-acclaimed and Oscar-winning film The Silence of the Lambs. Joining us is Reyna Cervantes, the co-host of the Horror In Session podcast! In what is an admittedly unorthodox episode for us, we eschew a traditional plot summary in favor of a more analytical episode, …
 
This week on Micro Queers, we're discussing Henry Darrow McComas' short Off Track (click the link to view the ~11 minute-long short) about a YouTuber (Travis Bryant) whose fictitious relationship with a costar becomes a dark obsession. Questions? Comments? Snark? Connect with the boys on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Letterboxd and/or Facebook, or j…
 
This week on the pod, we're headed back to Bly Manor with Jack Clayton's 1961 classic, The Innocents (see also: last year's Patreon episode on The Haunting of Bly Manor). This classic Gothic Horror film is reminiscent of Diabolique, Rebecca and The Haunting and has a strong queer connection thanks to screenwriter Truman Capote, whom we discuss at l…
 
Load up your Hot Topic gift bag, prep your Swedish meatballs and blast some "Living Dead Girl" because we're finally covering Ronny Yu's franchise revival Bride of Chucky! Joining us for the discussion is Kelly Gredner, 1/2 of the Spinsters of Horror! Join us as we all go gaga for Tiffany's trailer (seriously, we want to live in it), praise Jennife…
 
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