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Dead Air Ep 164 – Hellbound: Hellraiser 2

Posted in Dead Air Podcast, Updates with tags , , , , , , on October 31, 2019 by splatterpictures

Happy Halloween to our sweet listeners!

This is part two of our commentary track Halloween special! This time we take a look at the classic 1988 fi;m; Hellbound: Hellraiser 2!

Dead Air Ep 163 – Hellraiser (commentary track)

Posted in Dead Air Podcast, Updates with tags , , , , , on October 11, 2019 by splatterpictures

We’ll tear your ears apart!
Not really, cause that would be bad podcasting!

It’s that good ol’ Halloween season again which means DEAD AIR is back with the first of two commentary tracks. These special episodes are where we tackle the biggest of the big that the horror genre has to offer. This year is no exception as we take you scene by bloody scene through Clive Barker’s 1987 classic; Hellraiser!

Dead Air Ep 162 – Trick ‘r Treat

Posted in Dead Air Podcast, Updates with tags , , , , , , , , on September 27, 2019 by splatterpictures

This Halloween. Remember the rules. Wear a costume. Hand out treats. Never blow out a Jack O’Lantern. Check your candy and, listen to episode 162 of DEAD Air

We’re celebrating our five year anniversary with one of our most anticipated episodes! We cover the undisputed modern masterpiece, Trick ‘r Treat!

Four tales of terror unfold in the town of Warren Valley, Ohio. A place where Halloween is done right. Everyone loves it. Well, except for a few who don’t. Be warned. Monsters stalk the streets. The dead are restless, and anyone disrespecting the spirit of Halloween will be visited by Sam, the lord of the season. So remember the rules. Or else this Halloween will be your last night on earth.

Dead Air Ep 161 – Sometimes They Come Back

Posted in Dead Air Podcast, Updates with tags , , , , , , , on September 13, 2019 by splatterpictures

The things that haunt you are about to begin all over again.

Ep 161 of Dead Air is here to close out this years Stephen Kingapalooza with the seldom talked about 1991 film; Sometimes They Come Back.

Jim Norman is a teacher with a troubled past. As a kid, a typical day of two young brothers ended in tragedy and death. His older brother was killed along with a group of bullies on a railway track.

Now decades later, he’s returned to his hometown and is immediately haunted by intense flashbacks of the event. Worst yet, it seems like the students in his glass are dropping dead.

Stranger still is the fact that new students are replacing the deceased from out of town. Each one eerily resembling one of the dead bullies.

Is Jim imagining things? Or, can the dead, really come back?