November 2015 archive

6’+ Episode 164 is Up!

To quote the description given at the new listing: “KAIJU STRIKE! Gamera turned 50 years old in November 2015, so we celebrate with a KAIJU-themed episode featuring music from WATANG!, STRATOS, MOTHRA, SILENT HORROR and more. MONSTERMATT PATTERSON tries not to end up radioactive, but destroys Toyko anyway with THE MONSTERMATT MINUTE!” Remember to email …

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6’+ Episode 163 is Up!

To quote the description given at the new listing: “6ftplus is back from its Halloween break, just in time for Thanksgiving. The hiatus is over in time to say THANK YOU to all the listeners, especially those who contributed to the 2015 Scarepackage Extravaganza. Hear music (along with dedications) by THE HATCHET WOUNDS, TWIN GUNS, …

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Toxic Turtle

Tomorrow will mark Gamera’s 50th anniversary since the release of his first film in 1965. It would be tempting to celebrate by sharing the trailer for the upcoming Gamera movie, but I want to discuss something truly special about the character in honor of this occasion. More specifically, Gamera’s early appearances in American pop culture. …

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Sudden Chillers

One of my most promising new sources of audio horror is Eric D. Cota’s Sudden Chillers. In his role as “The Chiller,” he both knows how to write and tell great original horror fiction. He also knows the importance of mood and instructs his listeners to turn down the lights and turn up the volume …

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John Cougar Concentration Camp- Armageddon Party EP

  Oh glorious day. We have seen the return of John Cougar Concentration Camp. A legendary band who has seen multiple members playing in up to 3 bands at any one time. A band who started in the mid 90’s, released a few albums and EPs and called it quits and reunite every now and …

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Godzilla 1985’s 30th Anniversary

Today is not the day Godzilla 1985 was released in America, but it really has been 30 years. Any potential confusion is appropriate considering how the film was mistakenly marketed here as being released for Godzilla’s 30th anniversary. While this was true for the original Japanese version’s release in 1984, the US version was a …

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