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Dead Air Ep 132 – Carrie

Posted in Dead Air Podcast, Updates with tags , , , , , , , , , , on July 27, 2018 by splatterpictures

If you have a taste for terror. You have a date, with Dead Air! Episode 132 kicks off our official Stephen Kingapalooza 2! We’re starting things off with the classic 1976 Stephen King adaptation; Carrie!

Carrie White is the girl nobody likes! Creepy Carrie they call her! Ostracized by her classmates at best and tormented at worst. The senior class gears up to celebrate prom when seemingly out of the blue the most popular boy in school, Tommy asks Carrie to be his date.

She reluctantly agrees, but her worst suspicions come to pass as a cruel prank is also in the works. However, her would be tormentors and cruel mother have no idea what Carrie is becoming and it will be the last mistake they ever make.

Sit back while Wes and Lydia talk about Brian De Palma’s masterpiece that would create an indelible mark on horror with Sissy Spacek’s portrayal of Carrie White.

Dead Air Ep 131 – Evil Dead (2013)

Posted in Dead Air Podcast, Updates with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 6, 2018 by splatterpictures

Tut tut, it looks like rain! Episode 131 keeps the blood flowing with the 2013 remake: Evil Dead.

Mia and her brother David (along with a group of childhood friends) head to their old family cabin in hopes of helping Mia overcome her drug habit before it sends her to an early grave.

Once there, a foul smell and odd uneasy feeling overtakes Mia and it’s soon discovered that the basement has a horrific revelation. Mutilated animal corpses and bizarre totems amounting to some kind of witchcraft. All accompanied by some strange ancient book.

One curious friend, Eric, reads from this mysterious book and soon Mia’s attempt to kick the habit is the least of their concerns. The demonic forces have been awoken. One by one their souls will be taken.

In a sea of horror remakes, Evil Dead turned the water to blood and stands on a pile of limbs above the rest. It’s a no holds barred, tongue slicing, face carving, limb cutting, relentless blood soaked extravaganza!

Gas up your chainsaws, grab your nail-guns and don’t forget that handy crowbar! Dead Air is gonna make it rain – blood.

Dead Air Ep 129: The People Under The Stairs

Posted in Dead Air Podcast, Updates with tags , , , , , , , , on June 8, 2018 by splatterpictures

It is time to clean house! Episode 129 of Dead Air brings you the 1991 Wes Craven classic; The People Under the Stairs.

Fool is a poor kid from the ghetto who’s family is on the brink of being evicted until his sisters boyfriend Leeroy convinces him to help rob the local slumlords that have been oppressing the community.

But once inside, Fool and Leeroy realizes that this is no ordinary house. Booby traps, bodies and a blood thirsty killer dog are what await them inside. Not to mention the shotgun toting, leather studded “Daddy” and the deranged, knife wielding “Mommy.”

These two are not just collectors of wealth, but people as well. People who are hungry, savage and kept under the stairs.

Nobody leaves this house of nightmares. Not ever.

Dead Air Ep 127 – The Visit

Posted in Dead Air Podcast, Updates with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 28, 2018 by splatterpictures

Time to hop in the car, we’re taking you to grandma and grandpas house! M Night Shyamalan prepares us for The Visit!

After 15 years of estrangement a mother is ready to make amends with her parents. First step is to allow them a week long visit with her two children whom they’ve never met.

An idealistic country setting and two doting grandparents are everything these two young teens could want. In the beginning it’s a fun retracing of their mothers childhood. However, all is not well.

Pop Pop and Nana are steadily demonstrating bizarre and confusing behavior. At first it’s attributed to their advanced age but something isn’t right. In fact it’s very wrong.

In the end Becca and Tyler will find out why they shouldn’t leave their rooms after 930 PM, and why they should never go down in the basement.