I'm fashionably late with a Paranormal Activity minisode. Timely I know. I also just started collecting Beanie Baby's!!
Keep in mind this is a review of PA, done as if it were an episode of Everyone Loves Raymond.
This is very short, and I will be releasing a few episodes based off the various movies and shorts from the Drunken Zombie Film Fest very soon!
Music is "Song For Josh" by Joan of Arc, off their Intelligent Design album. They are pre-ordering a new album, on Polyvinyl called Mind Control that is available in limited edition 180 grain orange Vinyl.
I have a minisode of Paranormal Activity that should be up in the next day or so. It's recorded, just need to edit and upload it.
Also, recently attended the Drunken Zombie Film Fest in Peoria, and plan on doing a few quick episodes on some of the gems from that event.
I also want to contribute to Cadaver Lab's next Cadaver Trax. I've wanted to do so for the last couple, just haven't had the time. Either way, I recommend you listen to these guys, and participate with your own riffs if you want.
So suscribe to the feed if you haven't, more episodes are coming!
Admittedly ep 1 was a bit shaky and very cornball, and not a review as I stated, just a spoiler as I intended. I'm not sure how often I can post, as I also do a weekly music podcast, but I at least want to get you guys a couple commentaries.
Upcoming, Suspiria, and Phantasm commentaries, and Munchies spoiler. I might do a 2 minute ADD recap of Paranormal Activity soon too.
(I feel like an idiot, halfway through the secondary audio got bumped 3 seconds! Sorry just fixed it.)
First episode in the can.
It's a bit jumpy due to the fact that I've been working on it here and there over a couple months. Also I noticed in thinking I was being funny, I was just ripping off Sven Ghoulie, and any number of horror hosts.
If you want to watch and are a naughty duck, click here.
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BTW the audio is from Of Montreal, off of their Coquelicot Asleep in the Poppies album. It's one song, "Hopeless Opus" the last track.
Available for purchase on Amazon here.
And the odd clip a couple minutes in is Fantomas, of the Director's Cut album, the song is Rosemary's Baby.