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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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The Iran-Contra Scandal was a significant moment of the Reagan Administration and the 80's, but its rarely seen from the other country's side. In Iran, the event was not insignificant. A mix of unreleased content and some long-lost episodes that were quite popular in their time and still have some points today on this podcast. We are part of Airwav…
 
It’s time to say “Goodbye, Sidney” and end Season 3 on a high note as we discuss the new release SCREAM (2022)! Along the way, we talk Dewey catharsis, the power of Gale Weathers, wonder about the unseen hunk that is Mr. Meeks, consider the inherent likability of Jack Quaid, lavash well-earned praise for Jasmin Savoy Brown, debate whether any chara…
 
This was a holiday that was not obtained without struggle including strikes, shaming and strange political bedfellows. In one of the first casts on MHCBUYP from 2007, We took a look at this history and some well-known and lesser known actors in its occurrence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
We’re stabbing Season 3 in the heart by answering YOUR Scream franchise questions on this very special episode of Kill By Kill! Gena & Patrick get quizzed on a variety of Scream related topics from listeners like you and discuss Ziggy scenarios, debate death by stabbing versus Blob goo, pick our favorite characters from the franchise, puzzle over t…
 
timore Mayor Kurt Schmoke was called a madman, a "brilliant spokesman for a bad idea," and e even the most dangerous man in America when he called for drug legalization in the late 80s and early 90s. Those were forbidden ideas then. Yet Schmoke's statements seem prophetic now, and his radical plans are the basis of drug policy in many cities. Learn…
 
The question everyone asks is answered this week as we explore remake in name only of MOTHER, MAY I SLEEP WITH DANGER (2016) on Kill By Kill: After Dark! Along the way, we talk about the loathsome career of James Franco, collegiate vampires, conservative wine moms, misguided heterosexuality, audition fondling, and “girl bossing” too close to the gr…
 
Did New Jersey Save the Revolutionary Cause? Maybe. Amid a sea of troubles, irregular units fight off the British and make their stay in New Jersey less than hospitable. A bit about George Washington's offensive campaign to be sure that the new nation would not be garrisoned. And it happened in New Jersey (we should be clear with a large contingent…
 
When the clock strikes, so does 1980’s NEW YEAR’S EVIL and we’re talking about every odd character choice and pancaked New Waver in the bunch with author (Puppet Master Complete out now) and Returning Champion, Nat Brehmer!! Along the way we discuss killer theme songs, the trials of nervous diarrhea, rubbing up against bassists, terrible ADR, soup …
 
We're giving the gift of a week off to ourselves! Don't worry, we still have something special for you. Released from the vaults of our Patreon, this bonus episode tackles the Cat-tacular Stephen King penned horror, SLEEPWALKERS! Up for discussion: Mark Hamill hotness, the ever-changing lobby of the Aero Theater, driving while morphing, decorating …
 
It's easy to forget that Hessians were people too, with the way they are discussed in history. A bit about the German "mercenaries" for the British Side in the Revolution in this episode. We discuss their true purpose and story, the impact on the Revolution and American motives. How some Hessians switched sides, or just settled down in the country …
 
Today we’re going to focus on a most enlightening and challenging topic… 1994’s COLOR OF NIGHT. Perhaps the closest Kill By Kill After Dark will ever get to discussing an actual crime. We dig into everything, including sexy Brad Dourif, aiming parked cars as a weapon, achieving “Love That Joker” face, rattlesnake deliveries, lesbian harmonica accom…
 
Through most of American history, calling someone a Cicero was the highest democratic honor. John Adams wrote of the Roman orator, that “as all the ages of the world have not produced a greater statesman and philosopher united in the same character, his authority should have great weight.” Thomas Jefferson said Cicero was “the father of eloquence a…
 
Known in history for his role in ending slavery and prosecuting the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln's most important issue in his time as an elected official was infrastructure. And in that, he was little different than his pioneer constituents. In this episode, we talk about Lincoln's roots, his arguments countering objections to improvement projects (…
 
Office or incumbent? The office has been described as a nullity and a spare tire. The historic incumbents include many 'also-rans' and some did very little to speak of in office, or anywhere.. A few did not speak to the President while in office. One VP was described as a "smiling mediocrity" (and that was supposed to be a good thing). So can you j…
 
The deadliest rhyme for bedtime is just the beginning of the baffling content we were subjected to as we talk 1982’s BUTCHER, BAKER, NIGHTMARE MAKER, and try to figure out what it’s all about with the help of Let’s Get Weirding host and Returning Champion, Megan Sunday! Along the way, we talk drugged milk, bad pickles, wobbly heroes, slow-acting cu…
 
A look at not only the Spanish-American War but the events leading up to it, including those events in Spanish politics that made tough talk as desirable in The Cortez as it was in the Congress. A look at the drift of American projection of power in the Harrison and Cleveland administrations. How McKinley wins an election on curing depression and t…
 
Bob Dole's passing has us thinking again about the fateful 1988 election and its consequences. Extra's from a series of podcasts we did on that election that were not aired to the main audience. After the series of episodes on the 1988 election, Bruce discussed the making of those episodes and some leftover stories that didn't make it in. Among the…
 
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 …
 
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