Dread Central Podcasts
Blessed be, dumdums! We're back again with another load of horror goodness for your ear...cavities. It should come as no surprise to anyone that I am a huge fan of the films of Lucio Fulci. Likewise, it should come as no surprise that neither Jorge,
I grew up during the 90's in a very, how can I put this delicately, a household that is white as fuck. If there were two shows that all white people watched in the 90's, those shows were Wings and Mad About You.
Avast, ye scurvy dogs! We're setting sail on the high seas for the adventure of a lifetime. This week we've got fiery redheads, tentacles, Irish accents, killer sperm, and all the sailor superstitions that you can shake your rotting oar at.
Praise be unto King Sam for we have returned from the darkness and are bringing you into the light! Yes last week we took a much needed week off to recharge our batteries and are back bigger and better than ever! Yes,
Hear, ye! Hear, ye! By order of his royal majesty King Sam, we bring to you this review. We have a super special tier for our Patreon that allows one person to rule over all and choose a movie for us to review every month. King Sam is that person.
Well, here it is. It may have taken us two weeks, cost us our sanity, tested our friendship, and killed three of Jorge's cousins, but damnit, we have a new episode! Things have been a little shaky for everyone the last few weeks and here at the Who ...
First and foremost, we apologize for missing an episode last week. We are committed to bringing you new and exciting content during this global pandemic. Well, at least committed to bringing you NEW content.
Well, it sure as hell FEELS like we're living in a slow burn, shitty zombie movie. When the gyms are closed, the home gym owners shall inherit the gains! We want to assure you that thanks to advancements in modern technology,
Well, this may well be the end, everyone. Everyone in the world has lost their god damn minds, and we're all stuck inside. Sure, you could sit and pout about it, or you could look at the bright side: this gives you so much more time to listen to our ne...
Follow me, as I reminisce about a time long ago known as 1993. I was ten years old, in fourth grade, and really wanted to wear my clothes backwards like Kris Kross. MTV had a show called the "Top 20 Video Countdown" and everyday for months the top spot...