Sunday, June 16, 2013
We finally return this week, but things are a little different; you'll see. Rhea has feelings about video games and celebrating weirdos, and Destiny reads a whiteboard. Featuring Matt Marko, Orlok the vampire bat, and Ultimate Evil.
Bell's Palsy information
Matt's Badland Girls Episode (May 2012)
Gog (good old games)
Idle Thumbs podcast
Far Cry 2 playthrough video
I Am Divine teaser trailer
Atmosphere, "The Waitress" (From When Life Gives You Lemons...)
Zelda: Link's Awakening walkthrough
Destiny and Matt's Book Club is on the internet
Monday, May 13, 2013
This week, Rhea and Destiny talk about IRON MAN 3 and EVIL DEAD. This leads to a discussion about horror remakes in general. We also try to figure out why some of you wanna kiss Tom Hiddleston in a Mark Ruffalo/Chris Evans world.
Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Evil Dead (2013)
Iron Man 3
Night of the Living Dead (both the '68 version and the '90 one)
Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) P
Paris is Burning...I guess
Corrections: In the original Nightmare on Elm Street, Freddie was a child killer. In the remake, he sexually abuses kids.
Information about the Florentine Players melodrama Rhea is in
Allegra Rosenberg (Bandcamp)
Carpenter Brut, "Escape from Midwich Valley"
No One Has To Die
No Joy, "Lunar Phobia"
Junk Food Dinner
John Dies at the End by David Wong
Everything is Illuminated by Johnathan Safran Foer
Sunday, April 21, 2013
This week, Rhea and Destiny keep things short and go through their regulars. There's talk of Superman, Rhea's tax refund adventures, games, and teasing for a future Evil Dead (2013) nerd fight.
Spoiler Alerts for the Following: None come to mind, but do let us know if we ruin something for you: badlandgirls at gmail dot com.
Correction: The lead actor in Black Dog is Paul Winfield. For some reason, Destiny thought Popmundo was called Popomundo all those years.
The Florentine Players
Backline Improv (Omaha)
Billy Joel, "We Didn't Start The Fire"
Eloquii by The Limited
"Let's Get Together" from the 1961 version of The Parent Trap
Kyary, "Pon Pon Pon"
Empress Of, "Champagne"
Empress Of, "Hat Trick"
Geek & Sundry
Night of the Living Bread
White Dog trailer
Lake Mungo trailer
Slice the Box
International Geek Girl Pen Pal Club
Comic Book Corner:
All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
This week, Destiny and Rhea discuss pop music! We share our thoughts (and playlists), and find ourselves questioning whether buying all those Korn and Limp Bizkit albums back in 1998 because we hated Britney and Justin was the right choice. Plus, Destiny rambles about Spring Breakers, considers watching Dr. Who, and explains why "Marry the Night" is a better gay anthem than "Born This Way." Rhea defends Taylor Swift, prefers Solange to Beyonce, and wants you to recommend her some pop albums.
Spoiler alert for the following: Dr. Who I think.
Spring Breakers trailer
ABCs of Death trailer
Rhea's Bubble Pop Playlist (Spotify)
Destiny's Pop Musik Playlist (Spotify)
Solange, "Losing You"
Scarecrows trailer (en espanol)
Beyonce, "Bow Down/I Been On"
Beyonce & Lady Gaga, "Video Phone"
Loretta Lynn, "Fist City"
Cheryl Lloyd, "Want U Back"
Wonder Girls, "Tell Me"
Why Taylor Swift Offends Little Monsters, Feminists, and Weirdos" (Autostraddle)
Sunday, March 17, 2013
This week, the Badland ladies discuss personal style! We look back on favorite outfits and accessories, our fashion role models, and get angry about plus sized sections and how they suck. Rhea talks about the Evil Dead musical, Destiny falls in love with Shotgun Seamstress, and we read a couple of emails.
Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Kinda-sorta but not really Doctor Who
The Forbidden Zone
Mila Kunis gets asked out during a press interview
Worn Fashion Journal
Johnny Crawford, "Cindy's Birthday"
The Younger Lovers, "Kiss Me on the Bus"
The Replacements "Kiss Me on the Bus"
"Cabin in the Woods" from Evil Dead: The Musical
Omaha Community Playhouse
Little Twin Stars
Jelly Sandals looked like this
Black Lodge symbol (Twin Peaks):
Monday, March 4, 2013
This week, the Badland ladies discuss 3 selections they watched from the DC animated universe Batman: Under the Red Hood, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, and the DC Showcase shorts. There's talk of women in comics, old Real World cast members, and the inevitable comparisons to the Marvel movies we watched previously.
Spoiler alerts for the following:
Batman: Under the Red Hood
DC Showcase: Superman/Shazam: The Return of Black Adam, The Spectre, Green Arrow, Jonah Hex, and Catwoman
Community (current season)
The Rack by Kevin Church featuring guest art by friend of the show, Tracie Mauk!
Elm Street Group featuring Freddy Krueger, "All I Have To Do Is Dream"
Atoms for Peace,"Ingenue"
Pepper Ann theme song
Muppet Babies theme song
a clip from Death Trap starring Christopher Reeves and Michael Caine
DC Showcase: Catwoman
Felicia Day's Flog
Comic Book Crossfire (we can't get enough of Tracie)
A Look Back at Real World Seasons 1-9
Sunday, February 24, 2013
This week, Destiny and Rhea put on a revised interpretation of an excerpt from a book of old radio plays. We also read fan mail. There's talk about VHS collecting culture, Marvel comics (again!), and found footage horror films. If you're in Omaha, come see us host Mixed Laughs at the Studio Gallery this Saturday (March 2nd)!
Corrections: VHS Shitfest doesn't distribute VHS! That would be illegal and stuff.
Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Beta Ray Bill appearance
Kyle's V/H/S review
A Fucking Book:
Radio Plays for Young People to Act by Rose Schneideman