Saturday, December 31, 2016

NIACW 182 Maggie




Maggie, with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Abigail Breslin, is a good first effort for director Henry Hobson.  It’s not perfect but it’s certainly interesting.

Drew and Eric also discuss the wonderful Carrie Fisher, rest in peace.

Happy New Year!

File length 35:36
File Size 32.7 MB

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Saturday, December 17, 2016

NIACW 180 For Your Eyes Only




For Your Eyes Only is a simpler Bond than Moonraker, one that Brother J and Drew did not like but Eric found refreshing.

The audio on this is a little wonky (but perfectly listenable) – Brother J’s new office is a bit echoey and for some reason Drew’s audio has an occasional “skip” in it.

Also Eric refers to Jack White as Jack Black and no one catches it.



Radiohead - Spectre (James Bond) by passemoilegeek




References:
Blondie - For Your Eyes Only
Radiohead - Spectre
MacPEGOT
Moose The Movie
Big Fan (2009)
Topol toothpaste

File length 1:05:57
File Size 60.6 MB

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Saturday, December 10, 2016

NIACW 179 Moonraker




Moonraker is neither the best nor the worst Bond movie but it’s full of campy fun.

Life interfered and it’s an Eric and Brother J ep but there’s still some fun stuff – and bonus:

Storm Large talk.


References:

Highest Grossing Bond movies - The Numbers.com
1970 Chuck Wagon Dog Food Commercial
Storm large Joe's Pub NY" hopelessly devoted to you" 17 11 15

File length 1:03:02
File Size 58.0 MB

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Saturday, December 03, 2016

NIACW 178 The Man With One Red Shoe




An all-star cast can’t save The Man with One Red Shoe from being stuck in 1985.

The brothers also discuss: Dracula Dead And Loving It, Love At First Bite, Once Bitten, The Valley of the Dolls, The Neon Demon, Midnight Special, Castaway, Oasis: Supersonic, The Trolls, Zootopia, and Storks.

Housekeeping starts early at 31:00

References:
Carrie Fisher on Kathy Lee and Hoda
Carrie Fisher on Stephen Colbert

File length 1:01:23
File Size 56.4 MB

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Saturday, November 26, 2016

NIACW 177 Oasis: Supersonic




A duo brother episode discussing a documentary about a duo of brothers: It’s Oasis: Supersonic. Brothers J and Drew found it truly transcendent. Enjoy!


References:
Oasis - Supersonic
Oasis - Don't Go Away
Scott McKenzie - San Francisco
Oasis - Talk Tonight MTV unplugged 1996
Noel Gallagher - The Dreams We Have As Children [Live For Teenage Cancer Trust]
The Pretenders - Don't Get Me Wrong
Threesome (1994)

File length 1:32:25
File Size 84.8 MB

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Saturday, November 12, 2016

NIACW 175 Wild At Heart



David Lynch, Nicholas Cage, Willem Dafoe, Crispin Glover, and Harry Dean Stanton are just some of the weird cats involved in Wild At Heart. It’s a fever dream of oddness.

Recorded originally December 28, 2015, this was the last regularly scheduled Eric and Brother J duo episode.

References:

Dance with the Devil
The Doors - Peace Frog
My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done
Doug Loves Movies: Jen Kirkman asks Harry Dean Stanton a question about his role in Pretty in Pink
‘I’m so upset I’m a freak': Dr Brandt sent distraught text about Kimmy Schmidt caricature just weeks before his suicide

File length 52:18
File Size 48.1 MB
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Sunday, November 06, 2016

NIACW M06 Oasis - (What's The Story) Morning Glory?



(What’s the Story) Morning Glory is a great album by Oasis. Drift back to 1996 and relive the magic, the majesty, the wonder that is Oasis.

We also talk about Travis, Robbie Williams, Cornershop, BT, Blur, The Kinks, and a heaping helping of musical goodness. And warning to our UK listeners. We get all of the history wrong and, especially toward the end, Eric defiles the Queen’s English. Sorry, mates.

00:00:00 – 00:29:30 the music of 1996 stage setting
00:29:31 – 00:54:45 Oasis the band stage setting
00:54:46 – 01:21:30 how we all came to the album and a tangent about music and music services
01:21:31 – 01:36:00 brick wall mastering and normalization
01:36:01 – 02:41:47 the album itself

1996 US referenced songs
Tracy Chapman - Give Me One Reason (Live with Eric Clapton)
Alanis Morissette - Ironic
Gin Blossoms - Follow You Down
Jewel - Who Will Save Your Soul
Kurt Loder schools Jewel
Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise
Amish Paradise - "Weird" Al Yankovic
Deep Blue Something - Breakfast At Tiffany's
Blue's Traveler - Hook
Ginuwine - Pony
Sheryl Crow - If It Makes You Happy
Mariah Carey - Always Be My Baby
Los del Rio - Macarena

UK 1996 references

Spice Girls - Wannabe
The Fugees - Killing Me Softly
Baddiel & Skinner and The Lightning Seeds - Three Lions
The Prodigy - Firestarter
Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity
Joan Osborne - One of Us
Right Hand Man - Joan Osborne
bjork - It's Oh So Quiet

Oasis and Oasis adjacent

Oasis - Supersonic
Travis - Writing To Reach You
Travis - Side
Robbie Williams - Let Me Entertain You
BT (ft. M. Doughty) - Never Gonna Come Back Down
Cornershop - Brimful Of Asha, Norman Cook Mix (Tjinder Singh)
Radiohead - Faithless, The Wonder Boy
Blur - Country House
Glen Phillips - Fred Meyers
The Kinks - Hatred (A Duet)
Oasis - Fucking In The Bushes
Oasis - Lyla
Oasis - Love Like A Bomb

Oasis Songs from (What’s the Story) Morning Glory ?

Oasis - Hello (Live Earl's Court 1995)
Oasis - Roll With It
Oasis - Roll With It (Glastonbury 1995)
Oasis - Roll With It (live French TV 1995)
Oasis - Wonderwall
Oasis - Wonderwall (Glastonbury 2004)
Oasis - Wonderwall (Noel Gallagher - Much Music 2000)
Oasis - Wonderwall (TCT 2010)
Oasis - Wonderwall (Wembley Arena 2008)
Oasis - Wonderwall Live Yoyogi Taiikukan Tokyo Japan - 29th September 2002
Oasis - Don't Look Back In Anger
Oasis - Don't Look Back (Noel Gallagher acoustic)
Oasis - Hey Now
Oasis - Hey Now (rare edit)
Oasis - Some Might Say
Oasis - Some Might Say (Manchester 1996)
Oasis - Cast No Shadow Live 1996
Oasis - Cast No Shadow (Knebworth Park 1996)
Oasis - She's Electric
Oasis - She's Electric (rare edit)
Oasis - Morning Glory
Oasis - Morning Glory (Manchester 1996)
Oasis - Morning Glory (Wembley 2008)
Oasis - Morning Glory (Argentina 2009)
Oasis - Champagne Supernova
Oasis - Champagne Supernova (Earl's Court 1995)
Oasis - Champagne Supernova (Wembley 2008)

Interviews
Noel interview about split
Liam split interview
stage attack interview
Wibbling Rivalry
Eldest Gallagher Brother, Paul
Liam best interview bits
Liam on Kanye

File length 2:41:47
File Size 148.4 MB
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Saturday, October 29, 2016

NIACW 174 Signs



Signs is a scary little movie.  It has some plot holes to be sure but it holds up as a horror/sci-fi Hitchcockian thriller. Ignore the jerk director and enjoy it for what it is.

Warning: At 37:54 Eric tries to drop some knowledge about the movie. After hearing this, Brother J decides that the dropped knowledge doesn’t help the plot holes and actually hurts the watching experience. So there’s that.

You’ll also hear the sounds of hell and the sounds of dying cosmonauts (all tricks, no one was harmed in the making of these recordings – as far as we know) Housekeeping starts at 1:01:45, you’ll hear some train stories.

References:

Blumhouse Films
Fred Sanford Dummy Reel
SOUNDS OF HELL - Coast to Coast AM
Snopes - Well to Hell
The Lost Cosmonauts
Numbers Station recording
Zack Parsons interview with M Night Shyamalan
12 Monkeys (TV Series)
Helix (TV Series)

File length 1:16:28
File Size 70.4 MB

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Sunday, October 16, 2016

NIACW 172 2010:The Year We Make Contact



2010: The Year We Make Contact is definitely no 2001: A Space Odyssey… Right!

Which is a good thing, although Brother J and Eric still differ in opinions about the Kubrick classic.

First we discuss USA politics because it’s scarier than any horror movie and then we do some introspection about the flow of our podcasts lately.

This is the second of three in a row without Brother Drew who returns in two weeks for the Signs episode for Halloween.

References:
Trio - Anna - lass mich rein - lass mich raus
Maximum Overdrive (1986)
Gosford Park (2001)
Bill Cosby - Noah
2010 behind the scenes
Cadbury Screme Eggs
File length 1:14:45
File Size 68.7 MB
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Saturday, October 08, 2016

NIACW 171 Young Frankenstein



Young Frankenstein is all of the atmosphere of Universal horror of the 30s and all of the schticky fun of Mel Brooks.

Eric and Jason talk a lot about Gene Wilder, Marty Feldman, and Herve Villechaize.

Eric confuses hilarious Canadian Graham Clark with Python’s Graham Chapman.

They also talk about Black Christmas (1974) , Jaws, Phantasm , Arachnophobia , and Damnation Alley .

Jason talks about the Oregon coast and Christopher Lee.

Then at 36:30, we time travel to September of 2015 and some housekeeping Drew had about Mr. Robot and Misophonia.

References
Young Frankenstein: A Mel Brooks Book: The Story of the Making of the Film
Dracula, presented by Fangoria Musick and Bleak December
Interview with Gene Wilder 1984
Marty Feldman - Six Degrees of Separation
Yellowbeard
Charo - Live at Haugh Performing Arts Center - Flamenco Guitar

File length 51:58
File Size 47.8 MB

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Sunday, October 02, 2016

NIACW 170 The Man With The Golden Gun




It’s back to Bond for a movie all the bros enjoyed. It’s not a great movie by any measure, but it’s fun.
We start with our own cold open where we encourage you to buy Dracula, presented by Fangoria Musick and Bleak December.

You might notice some lack of audio quality at first but it gets resolved and explained about 8 minutes in. We also get to hear Herve Villechaize sing (not in Venezuela)

References:
The Horror Etc podcast archive
James Bonding ep 21, the Man with the Golden gun
Lulu - To Sir With Love
Herve Villechaize on Merv Griffin
The Mule trailer
Magnum PI sequel
Telenovela the series
Capoeira - Brazilian kick fighting
Soloflex
Christopher Lee Music Video
Moody Blues - Nights in White Satin

File length 1:10:57
File Size 65.2 MB

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Friday, September 30, 2016

Bleak December’s Dracula, Bite-Sized but Bloody Good


“I walk among them, a stranger in their midst. A city teaming with life and I, the angel of death.” 
Thus begins “Dracula,” a full-cast audio drama produced by Bleak December.    

As a lifelong fan of audio productions, from the classic radio of Arch Obler’s Lights Out to the newest audiobooks, I am always on the lookout for new horror selections.  So it was with eager anticipation that I approached this interpretation of Dracula.

The drama stars Anthony D. P. Mann of the Horror ETC podcast (and so much more) who is also the executive producer.  Mann’s Professor Van Helsing drives the story and his enthusiasm shows through and reassures us that we are in capable hands.

The supporting cast includes Steve Spencer, Becca Fryer, Dave Hudson, and Nikolas Yuen, all of whom give solid performances.  

The count himself is portrayed by Tony Todd of Candyman fame.  This is perfect casting.  Todd’s voice is incredibly rich and his delivery is both seductive and menacing.  

Brent Holland’s original music sets a perfect audio stage and the audio production itself is top-notch.  Listening with headphones highlights the masterful use of the stereo environment.   If this is any indication of the production values of future Bleak December projects then sign me up; I’ll buy everything they have to offer

Which brings me to my only criticism of Dracula.  It’s just under 30 minutes.  Make no mistake, at only $1.99 it’s still an incredible value but it left me wanting more.  More from Tony Todd, more from Tony Mann.  

I want to live longer in the world they’ve created.   

So to the dear reader I implore:  buy a copy of Dracula, now available at Fangoria Musick.

Dracula, presented by Fangoria Musick and Bleak December


While you are there and in the Halloween mood pick up Edgar Allan Poe’s The Raven as performed by Anthony D. P. Mann and Maurizio Guarini (of the Goblins).

  The Raven 

By supporting these artists we can enable them to make more projects. I, for one, can’t wait for the next offering.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

NIACW 169 Spartan


Spartan continues a recurring NIACW theme: movies Drew loves and Jason hates. Eric thinks it’s worth a watch.
Just one reference: The New Adventures of Old Christine


The New Adventures of Old Christine S01E01... by FallenKeith72

File length 47:03
File Size 43.2 MB

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Saturday, September 17, 2016

Coming Soon from HORRORETC's Anthony D.P. Mann and Tony "Candyman" Todd

Tony Todd to play “DRACULA” 

for Anthony D.P. Mann -  FANGORIA Musick!


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For horror fans around the world, Tony Todd is one of the most recognizable faces in the genre from his excellent performances in the CANDYMAN, HATCHET and FINAL DESTINATION franchises, as well as fright films such as NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (’90), WISHMASTER and more. However, if you don’t recognize Todd’s face, you’re damn sure to recognize his voice, which has nearly as prolific a career as the performer in its own right. So therefore it’s with great excitement that FANGORIA announce that Tony Todd will play one of the genre’s most iconic roles in Bleak December Inc.’s audio play production of DRACULA, to be released via FANGORIA Musick!
Executive produced by and starring Anthony D.P. Mann, DRACULA will be the first of several classic horror audio adaptations between FANGORIA Musick and Bleak December Inc., with Todd playing the titular role of Count Vlad Dracula. Mann, who will be filling the role of Van Helsing in the play, has previously worked on two titles for FANGORIA Musick: TERROR OF DRACULA as well as his adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe’s THE RAVEN, which featured Goblin’s Maurizio Guarini.
“I’m honored and thrilled to form a partnership with Bleak December Inc and FANGORIA Musick, in presenting the first of hopefully many audio recordings of classic horror characters,” says Todd. “First up perhaps most iconic of them all… Yes, I’m so proud to lend my voice to Bram Stoker’s DRACULA. ‘I walk among men…’ I wish to add to Lugosi’s legacy.”
Future audio releases planned by Bleak December include DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, FRANKENSTEIN, and THE HOUNDS OF BASKERVILLE. DRACULA will be available for download through Fangoria Musick in time for Halloween 2016. Stay tuned for more information about DRACULA and other Bleak December productions here at FANGORIA.com!

NIACW 168 The Godfather Part III



The Godfather Part III – Brother J hated it, Eric doesn’t like Andy Garcia in anything, and Drew tried valiantly to defend its honor.
References:
Classic Tales Audio Books by BJ Harrison
God's Banker episode of The Thinking Sideways podcast
Misophonia
Johnny Dangerously - Moroney Addresses the Court
Shock Treatment - Little Black Dress
File length 1:02:49
File Size 57.7 MB
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NIACW 001 The Electric Grandmother


Brother J and I discuss the 1982 made for TV movie The Electric Grandmother, based on the Ray Bradbury story  I Sing the Body Electric,  which was also made into an episode of the Twilight Zone in 1962.  As this was our inaugural episode it is full of little mistakes I hope you find charming.  Comments are always welcome at show@notinacreepyway.com.  Visit the show website at notinacreepyway.com. We would also appreciate you giving us a 5 star rating on iTunes (as a tiny show this helps a great deal).


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