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Dead Air Ep 208 – Hell House LLC

Posted in Dead Air Podcast with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 31, 2023 by splatterpictures

On October 31st 2023. A Podcast broadcasting out of Canada broadcasted its Halloween episode. Two Podcasters died that night, the hosts of the show. Their surviving family members agreed to let the episode air. That way you could all hear Wes and Lydia discuss the 2016 found footage film; Hell House LLC

A Haunt built from the remains of the Abbadon Hotel in upstate New York was set to open on Oct 8th. Instead of thrills and chills everyone got more than they bargained for, which resulted in fifteen people being killed. The circumstances have never been revealed on what really happened that night. Until now.

A fan favorite, but relatively unknown to the general public. A film which spawned a franchise that has opened up the strange and Hellish world of the Abbadon Hotel. The latest film Hell House Origins: The Carmichael Manor is now streaming on Shudder!

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Dead Air podcast brings you horror film reviews from a dark basement in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Wes ‘Dead Air’ Knipe and Lydia ‘typicallydia’ Peever hit classics and contemporary scary movies, usually recording moments after watching them. You can listen here, on ⁠⁠iTunes⁠⁠ or wherever you hang out on the web. Read more at ⁠⁠splatterpictures.net⁠⁠ and if there is a movie you think we should watch, drop us a line!

Dead Air Ep 205 – The Howling

Posted in Updates with tags , , , , , , , on September 15, 2023 by splatterpictures

Somewhere on the internet. In this human jungle…it begins! Episode 205 of DEAD AIR! This time we discuss the 1981 werewolf classic; The Howling! Karen is an investigative journalist with a unique opportunity to corner infamous serial killer Eddie Quist! The encounter traumatizes her so much that she and her husband escape the an island community where everyone seems to be there for mental health reasons. Soon it becomes clear that Eddie is far more than human and has ties to this “colony.” What’s worst is Karen’s husband seems to run astray with the resident nymphomaniac, Marsha. Her support system crumbles around her and when she realized nobody on this island is what they seem, it just might be too late to escape!

Dead Air Ep 204: Dog Soldiers.

Posted in Dead Air Podcast with tags , , , , , , , on August 26, 2023 by splatterpictures

It’s the Dog Days of Summer and there is no better film to celebrate than Dog Soldiers!

Private Cooper is a military man on a special training exercise with his troop lead by his grizzled Sergeant Wells. As the night grows dark and the moon is full they encounter a ferocious group of creatures that start shredding them limb from limb! A bit of luck and a lot of desperation lead them to meet up with a local Zoologist that brings them to an old farmhouse buried deep in the woods for them to make a stand. Bullets are only good for keeping this pack of werewolves at bay, they’ll need their wits to form a real plan or end up on the menu. But after a time with ammo as low as their dwindling numbers, it becomes clear that them being in this place at this time is no accident.

Dead Air Ep 203 – Malignant

Posted in Dead Air Podcast with tags , , , , , , , , , on June 6, 2023 by splatterpictures
We’re having visions. Visions that is of Episode 203 of Dead Air! today we tackle a modern film that is sure to become a classic with 2021’s Malignant!


Madison is a young woman who’s domestic bliss is nothing short of a nightmare. One night her abusive partner pushes her hard against the wall, cracking her head. Then hours later her husband is found brutally murdered by a shadowy intruder. A short time later Madison is having vivid visions of murders of people she’s never seen before but these visions are not just in her head. They’re real! She is somehow connected to a deranged and brutal killer who is taking out Doctors who worked on a mysterious project back in 1993. What unravels is a buckwild, genre-bending, horror-action extravaganza!
This episode really proves we have a lot of Jam left on our podcast doughnut!