Monday, December 9, 2013

Episode 71: Geriatric Gang



This week, Destiny and Rhea talk about many things, namely identity politics, Disney movies, John Barrowman, slash fanfic, and how Kanye West just might be channeling Francis Ford Coppola. There's also a movie review from Rhea's dad, and a song!

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Animal House
Blues Brothers 2000
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn
Arrow

Correction: The American version of Nevermind the Buzzocks had the same name as the UK original.

Relevant Links:
Kanye West, "Bound 2"
Seth Rogen and James Franco in "Bound 3"
Mac DeMarco, "Baby's Wearing Blue Jeans"
John Barrowman on Nevermind the Buzzcocks
Awesome Tumblr Post about Race and Fandom
AKB48, "Sugar Rush"
Stella Carter 
Stella Carter on Badland Girls
The aquarium scene from The Lady From Shanghai
Big Bang Press Kickstarter
Buckner & Garcia, "Pac Man Fever" 
No Animals Were Harmed article from Hollywood Reporter

Friday, November 29, 2013

Episode 70: Tofurkey Rolls


This week, Rhea and Destiny talk about video game consoles and the new Hunger Games movie (spoiler-free, obviously). We also respond to a couple of fan tweets and read some Netflix-themed erotica. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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Spoiler Alert for the Following:
Donnie Darko
Precious
Captain America: The First Avenger

Relevant Links:
Eli Roth's Thanksgiving
Rhea was on Comic Book Crossfire!
Comicbook Crossfire
Atlus game announcements
Mazzy Star, "Be My Angel"
Charisma.com, "Hate"
Charisma.com: This Japanese Electro-rap Duo Will Make Your Life Better
Twelve Years a Slave
"Everyone Likes a Fire...And It's Christmas!"

Monday, November 18, 2013

Episode 69: Who's Cute?



This week, Rhea and Destiny talk about cut bods and favorite things to do with pizzas...sexually. We also talk about Lily Allen, celebrity crushes, and how life is just one big pile of stuff we'll never get through without the help of sassy rappers. Somehow, a conversation about objectification ends with us objectifying a whole mess o' folks. It's a good time.

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Spoiler Alert for the following:
Death Wish 4: The Crackdown

Relevant Links:
Strange Train promo

Lily Allen, "Hard Out Here"
Lily Allen, "The Fear"
Kanye West, "Monster"
Sky Ferreira, "Everything is Embarrassing"
 Sugar Coated: A Short Documentary About Lolita Fashion
The Shivah
Star Struck 
Julie Klausner on a Citi Bike
Idle Thumbs
Final Girl

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Episode 68: Neverending Tangent


This week, we Badland Girls just want to catch up. We talk about some games, books, and songs we've been enjoying, what kind of deodorant you should buy, happy gay books, and other wonderful/ridiculous things. There's also an amazing song about us written by one of our good friends, Eric! You should listen!

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Maurice by EM Forster, and the film version, for that matter
The City and the Pillar by Gore Vidal

Correction: The Beatles video clip that Destiny talks about is referring to a painting called Sprout of a New Generation. The Gore Vidal book with the sad ending is The City and the Pillar, and it came out in 1946.

Relevant Links:
Abnormal Mapping
Pool Party Radio Episode 133: Are You Afraid of the Dark part 2
Pool Party Radio: Podcat Bros
Illogical Contraption
Anguish
Rachel Lichtman on The Fogelnest Files
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
The Stanley Parable
Best Coast, "Fear of My Identity"
Consentual Torture Simulator
Colleen Green, "Darkest Eyes"
The Danger of a Single Story TED Talk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Mako Mori test
Conspirators of Pleasure (full movie)

Fucking Books:
The entire reading list from the MIT Comedy lit course Rhea mentioned
Rise of the Videogame Zinesters by Anna Anthropy
Emma by Kaoru Mori
Girl Friends by Milk Morinaga
Maurice by EM Forster
The City and the Pillar by Gore Vidal
Fun Home by Allison Bechdel
Kitchen Princess by Natsumi Ando

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Episode 67: Spoiler Alert Michael Caine

Many weeks ago, Destiny and Rhea got together and talked about anime. They also talked about Nightmare on Elm Street, vaginal nicknames, and possibly clowns? We'll try not to wait so long in between episodes, folks!


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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Children of Men
Freddy's Dead

Relevant Links: 
Crunchy Roll
Paracinema Magazine
Rose of Versailles opening
Ranma 1/2
Uraboku (Betrayal Knows My Name) opening
Arcade Fire, "Here Comes the Night Time"

Monday, October 7, 2013

Episode 66: Cute Shoe



This week, Rhea and Destiny try to talk about the Clue movie, but it leads them into talk about some of their favorite off-beat comedy films. Rhea gives tips on summoning the dead, Destiny hates the Nightmare on Elm Street remake, and both ladies share their Halloween costume plans.


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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Little Murders
Clue

Relevant Links:
Pool Party Radio talks Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Best Coast, "This Lonely Morning"
Nothing But Trouble trailer
Arcade Fire, "Reflektor"
I'm Gonna Git You Sucka trailer
Three O'Clock High trailer
Little Murders trailer
One-Man Hide and Seek

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Episode 65: Juggalo Moms


This week, Rhea and Destiny talk about what they were like as teens: crushes, embarrassing musical loves, and friendships so thoroughly ruined, we don't use real names. We also talk about some good books, locally grown dildos, and the sad story behind the "lost" episode this one is replacing.


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Corrections: The Mall of America Sanrio store still stands. The Sex Pistols documentary Destiny mentioned was called The Filth and the Fury.

Relevant Links: 
The Baby trailer
Love Me Deadly trailer
Janelle Monae, "Givin' 'Em What They Love"
Carpenter Brut on Bandcamp
Everlove Facebook page
Elder Sign

Fucking Books:
Doctor Sleep by Stephen King
Night Film by Marisha Pessl
Calling Dr. Laura by Nicole J. Georges

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Episode 64: Crying In My Cereal


This week, Rhea and Destiny join Alex and Josh of The Film League to talk about their beloved Animal Crossing! There's discussion about which villagers we won't allow to move, furniture trades, and a defense of Tom Nook. Enjoy!

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
The Chronicles of Riddick
The Winner of the Night Vale summer reading program

Relevant Links:
The Film League
Rhea and Destiny on Junk Food Dinner
Vin Diesel's Facebook
Washed Out, “It All Feels Right”
Papers, Please
La Shea Delaney and Annabelle Quezada, "Bitches in Bookshops"
Nora Jones, "Miriam"
Tomoya Tomita, "Lava Landing" theme from Kirby's Epic Yarn

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Episode 63: Diva Cup


This week, Rhea and Destiny talk movies, hair cuts, and new jobs. There's also talk about what Eli Roth is up to, the VMAs, and an upcoming appearance on Junk Food Dinner. Enjoy!


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Spoiler Alerts for the Following: We almost spoiled You're Next, but decided against it, so as far as we know, there are no spoilers in this episode!

Relevant Links:
You're Next trailer
Junk Food Dinner
American Mary trailer
The Grandmaster trailer
Give Rhea the Norah Jones summer '10
Lana Del Ray, "Summertime Sadness"
Circle Jerks, "When the Shit Hits the Fan" 
Ms. 45 trailer
Scene from Fast Food
Repo Man trailer
Culture Club, "Time (Clock of the Heart)"

A Fucking Book:
Kindred by Octavia Butler

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Episode 62: Ghost Lady


This week, the Badland Girls talk about the films of Edgar Wright, especially his collaborations with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Rhea gives an update on her virgin dude romance novels, and talks about some exciting music. Destiny finally has a job and worries it will cut into her video gaming.

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Corrections: The Primal Scream song used in The World's End is called "Loaded."

Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Hot Fuzz
Shaun of the Dead
Spaced
Scott Pilgrim VS The World (the comics and the film adaptation)
The World's End spoilers at 1hr1min in, and then end a minute later--very minor, but just in case!

Relevant Links:
Simon Pegg on WTF with Marc Maron
Edgar Wright's Comedy Bang Bang appearances (including Simon, Nick, and Joe Cornish)
Edgar Wright Talks About the World's End Soundtrack
Comedy Bang Bang freestyle rap featuring Scott Aukerman, David Wain, Ken Marino, and Paul Rudd
Primal Scream, "Loaded"
Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction podcast
Icarus Proudbottom Teaches Typing
George Harrison, "Wah Wah"
The Lupines (bandcamp)
I Hate Strong Female Characters by Sophia >McDougall
The Wicker Man: Nic Cage Lunacy Supercut
Mr. Airplane Man, Moanin' For My Baby from 1998 re-release
Mr. Airplane Man, "Don't Know Why"
The Shangri-Lips
Skullgirls

Fucking Books:
Dark Needs At Night's Edge by Kressley Cole
Stone Guardian by Danielle Monsch
Fifty Shades of Jungle Fever by LV Lewis

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Episode 61: Beat the Cheek


This week, Destiny and Rhea talk classic film! We also try to figure out the best Hitchcock movie, try to make sense of some upcoming tv shows, and feel bad about not seeing more silent movies.

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
2001: A Space Odyssey
The Graduate
Some Like It Hot


Corrections: Robert Wagner played Number Two in the Austin Powers movies. The countown youtube channel is called Pronunciation Book. The slapping game that Rhea is enjoying is called Rose & Camellia.

Relevant Links:
Is This Youtube Series Counting Down to a New Battlestar Galactica? (The Daily Dot)  
The Baby trailer
Rose and Camilla
Gone Home trailer
Jon & Vangelis, "The Friends of Mr. Cairo"
Medicine, "Time Baby III"
Medicine, "Long as the Sun"

Fucking Books:
Unclaimed, by Courtney Milan
Dark Needs at Night's Edge by Kresley Cole


Sunday, August 11, 2013

Episode 60: Male Virgins


This week, Rhea and Destiny keep things short and sweet, discussing the regulars. Destiny gets her heart broken by a video game and preaches the gospel of Salty Bet. Rhea discovers the male virgin trope in romance novels, and listens to the sounds of The Fog. We also read some more fan emails about video game movies.

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Correction: Andy Warhol's grave site livestream appears to be an ongoing project.

Spoiler Alert for the Following:
How to Train Your Dragon

Relevant Links:
Hunx and his Punx, "You Think You're Tough"
Theme from The Fog by John Carpenter 
Vaginal Fantasy forum on Goodreads
Salty Bet
Teacher Story
The Last Door- Chapter 1
Andy Warhol's gravesite live stream

A Fucking Book:
Unclaimed by Courtney Milan

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Episode 59: Apple Store in the Sky



This week, Rhea and Destiny interview Celeste Pille about her art! The three of us also discuss weird fanfic pairings, Star Trek, and having "difficult" surnames. There's also fan mail, feelings about The Conjuring, and video game nostalgia.

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Star Trek into Darkness
The Wrath of Khan
Torchwood

Relevant Links: 
 Celeste Doodles 
Instant Theater at Shelterbelt Theater (Omaha)
Blondie, "Hanging on the Telephone" 
The Nerves, "Hanging on the Telephone" 
Richard Band's Bernard Hermann-inspired theme from Re-Animator
Competitive Erotic Fanfic Podcast 
Thrilling Adventure Hour 
Waxwork Records
Food Network Fanfiction tumblr
Archive of Our Own 
Fanfiction.net

 Fucking Books:
The Mortal Instruments books by Cassandra Clare 
There is a Monster at the End of This Book by Jon Stone and  Michael Smollin

Monday, July 22, 2013

Episode 58: Celebrity Satanists


This week, Rhea and Destiny answer some fan mail, talk about Pacific Rim, occult movies, and Pokemon.

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Spoiler Alert for the Following:
Pacific Rim

Corrections: Mariska Hargitay is 49 years old. Icona Pop is a Swedish band.

Relevant Links:
Junqueland
Burgermancer
Sparks, "This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us" 
Icona Pop, "I Love It"
Honey Ltd., "Silk 'N Honey"
Welcome to Night Vale
A Light in the Attic Records
The Plot of Animal Crossing The Movie

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Episode 57: I'm Worried About Your Face



Palsy-gate has come to an end, and we have songs in our hearts. This week, there is lots of music, and also talk of video games, video game movie adaptations, and great video game-related things on the internet. Featuring music from Becki Lowry of All Young Girls are Machine Guns, and fan of the show, @TC_Hillbop.

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Corrections: There are 2 Mortal Kombat films. Destiny's jam is from the album Your Arsenal.

Relevant Links:
Omaha Comedy Week 2013
Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'?: Animal Crossing City Folk
Hardcore Gaming 101 article about Night Trap
Scene from Night Trap featuring theme song
 one of Night Trap's "controversial" death scenes
Morrissey, "You're the One For Me, Fatty"
Phineas and Ferb, "Little Brothers"
Twenty Feet From Stardom trailer

Monday, July 1, 2013

Episode 55 BONUS!: The Kyle Turner Experience


Hello everyone and welcome to a BONUS ROUND episode of Badland Girls! Rhea cut this out of the Parker B and Frisbaby episode because she didn't want to take away from their glory, but she decided to post it today so that you can get a double dose of BLG! DOUBLE DRAGON! That's--that's how that game worked, right?
Anyway, Destiny and Rhea share their feels about the Saw films and torture porn, friend of the show Kyle shares his views on Henry Cavill, and Rhea manages to worship to the altar of Chris Evans. Again. Flufflo is also worshiped. We need shrines of these people.

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Correction: That Elisha Cuthbert movie with the gross marketing was called Captivity.

Spoiler Alert for the Following:
Dawn of the Dead (remake)

Relevant Links
Friend of the show Kyle Turner's Man of Steel review

Sunday, June 30, 2013

Episode 55: Parker B and Frisbaby


This week, get a double dose of Rhea, as she not only breaks her silence, but has our podcat bros Parker and Jason from Pool Party Radio read her Captain America-tastic diary! Plus, there's talk of garage rock, torture porn, and Destiny finds herself wanting to tickle some dads.

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Correction: That Elisha Cuthbert movie with the gross marketing was called Captivity. Rhea wasn't thinking of a Toro Y Moi song--she was thinking of this Clive Tanaka y su Orquesta song: Neu Chicago. She still thinks Destiny will like it though. (Editor's note: She does.) Cave Story can't be an SNES game, because it came out in 2004. D'oh!

Relevant Links:
Pool Party Radio
Illogical Contraption
Junk Food Dinner
Vektroid, "Still Sound (Dendrite Remix)"
The East trailer
Lost Sounds, "Satan Bought Me"
The Oh Sees, Floating Coffin
Oblivians Desperation


Sunday, June 23, 2013

Episode 54: Friend of the Show Tracie Mauk as Rhea D as Tracie Mauk


by JayC79 on DeviantArt

This week, friend of the show Tracie Mauk helps out by speaking for Rhea, who has a lot of love to give Man of Steel. Destiny doesn't know how she feels about Bling Ring, but she does know that you should be her Animal Crossing friend.

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Spoiler Alert for the following: 
Man of Steel

Relevant Links:
Tracie's Tumblr
 Books for Crooks
Bling Ring trailer

A Fucking Book:
The Yiddish Policeman's Union by Michael Chabon

Our 3DS Friend Codes:
Destiny: 1263-6124-1072
Rhea: 0791-1893-0172


Monday, May 13, 2013

Episode 52: Old School Hot


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.

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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
hantasm IV
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.

Relevant Links:
Information about the Florentine Players melodrama Rhea is in
Celeste Doodles
Allegra Rosenberg (Bandcamp)
Carpenter Brut, "Escape from Midwich Valley" 
No One Has To Die
No Joy, "Lunar Phobia"
Junk Food Dinner

Fucking Books:
John Dies at the End by David Wong
Everything is Illuminated by Johnathan Safran Foer

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Episode 51: We Roll Like Hayley Mills


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.


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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.

Relevant Links: 
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
Popmundo
Slice the Box
International Geek Girl Pen Pal Club
Subscription boxes

Comic Book Corner:
All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Episode 50: The ABCs of Pop



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.

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Spoiler alert for the following: Dr. Who I think.

Relevant Links
Spring Breakers trailer
ABCs of Death trailer
Stoker Trailer
Rhea's Bubble Pop Playlist (Spotify) 
Destiny's Pop Musik Playlist (Spotify)
Solange, "Losing You"
Scarecrows trailer (en espanol)
Cheatahs (Bandcamp)
Beyonce, "Bow Down/I Been On"
Beyonce & Lady Gaga, "Video Phone"
Loretta Lynn, "Fist City" 
Kittie, "Charlotte"
Cheryl Lloyd, "Want U Back"
Wonder Girls, "Tell Me"
Why Taylor Swift Offends Little Monsters, Feminists, and Weirdos" (Autostraddle)


Sunday, March 17, 2013

Monday, March 4, 2013

Episode 48: Thom Yorke Dancing


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.

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Spoiler alerts for the following: 
Batman: Under the Red Hood
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse
DC Showcase: Superman/Shazam: The Return of Black Adam, The Spectre, Green Arrow, Jonah Hex, and Catwoman
Community (current season)

Relevant Links:
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
Cliffhanger trailer
Groovie Ghoulies
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

Badland Bites: Episode 6: Love Your Neighbors


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)!

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Corrections: VHS Shitfest doesn't distribute VHS! That would be illegal and stuff.

Relevant Links:
Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Beta Ray Bill appearance
Kyle's V/H/S review
VHS Shitfest

A Fucking Book:
Radio Plays for Young People to Act by Rose Schneideman

Monday, February 18, 2013

Episode 47: What's Wrong, Tim Riggins?


This week, Film February continues with some Marvel-ous picks from Rhea: Ultimate Avengers, Doctor Strange, and Planet Hulk. We discuss Ultimate Avengers influence on Whedon's Avengers, what animal Beta Ray Bill looks like, and why Taylor Kitsch can't seem to score a blockbuster hit.

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Planet Hulk
Ultimate Avengers
Dr. Strange

Corrections: David E. Kelley was the creator behind the failed Wonder Woman reboot, not Richard Kelly. (Although I'm sure Richard Kelly would have made something infinitely more interesting, although it still might have been terrible. Ba-zing!)

Relevant Links:
Ultimate Avengers trailer
Dr. Strange trailer
Planet Hulk trailer
The AV Club: 21 super-teams that would make for great movies
Beta Ray Bill
Acid Pop Cult
Junk Food Dinner
New Timey Podcast Network
In The Sprawl podcast
Gateways to Geekery: Avengers (AV Club)
Secret Six
Zorak's smooth singing voice 

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Episode 46: Reality Cold


This week, Rhea and Destiny kick off FILM FEBRUARY! Rhea's pick is The Call of Cthulhu (2005) and Destiny's pick is Elvira Mistress of the Dark (1988). We also discuss some awesome music (Jaill and the new My Bloody Valentine album), the magical world of konapun, and give some birthday love to our good friend, John Thome.

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
The Call of Cthulhu
Elvira Mistress of the Dark


Corrections: The sequel to the game Octodad, Dadliest Catch, doesn't come out until later this year.

Relevant Links:
Call of Cthulhu trailer
Elvira Mistress of the Dark trailer
Best Friends Forever
1980star on Youtube
 Soothtube
RRcherrypie's YouTube channel
 From Beyond trailer
My Bloody Valentine, "She Found Now"
Jaill, "Perfect Ten"
Street Trash trailer
Octodad game
Pulp Book Cover Generator
ASMR (Wikipedia)
N by Stephen King

Monday, January 28, 2013

Episode 45: Hug a Powerpuff Girl


This week, Rhea and Destiny explore sadness including the saddest movies, the saddest songs, the saddest games, and the saddest fictional character deaths.  We also talk about V/H/S, rap music, and Chris Evans (again)!

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Buffy
Angel
Battlestar Galactica
Bright Star
Silent Hill (games)
Wrath of Khan
Return of the Jedi
Les Miserables
Shaun of the Dead
Mad Men

Corrections: MF Doom and King Geedorah are the same guy. The latter is a side project. The "Laugh Clown Laugh song is called "Vesti la giubba (Put on the Costume)" from the opera Pagliacci. Escape From Tomorrow was filmed at Disney World, not Disneyland. Madeleine Flores' comic is called Help Us Great Warrior. Destiny said "Time Passage" when she meant just "Passage."

Relevant Links: 
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Doug Loves Movies podcast episode w/ Chris Evans
V/H/S trailer
Look Around You rap
Hip Hop's Queer Pioneers (Details)
Le1f, "Wut" 
The Growlers, "Graveyard's Full"
MF Doom "I Hear Voices (pt. 1)"
Sedlec Ossuary
Wallander (Swedish version trailer)
Wallander (British version trailer)
Flow
Hotline Miami
Monster Detective 
The Fogelnest Files
Help Us Great Warrior! by Madeleine Flores
Boldly Gone by Kevin Church and Ming Doyle
Is It Time?
Passage download
Bright Star trailer
Radiohead, "How to Disappear Completely" 
Bobbie Gentry, "Ode to Billie Joe"
Les Miserables, "I Dreamed a Dream" (Ruthie Henshall)
Les Miserables, "A Little Fall of Rain" (Lea Solonga &n Michael Ball)
Enrico Caruso performing "Vesti la giubba" in 1907
Escape From Tomorrow article

Fucking Books: 
Mend My Dress Collected Zines by Neely Bat Chestnut
House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski
Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
The Thief of Always by Clive Barker
Going Bovine by Libba Bray
The Body Artist by Don DeLilo

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Badland Bites: Episode 5: Adventure in the Future


Hello everyone, and welcome to another episode of Badland Bites! This week, Rhea and Destiny take along their little recorder to the wonderful Studio Gallery and record one of their live shows!

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Monday, January 7, 2013

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Episode 42: The Dream of Sergio Leone


This week, Rhea and Destiny talk about the films of Quentin Tarantino, including the amazing DJANGO UNCHAINED! They rank their favorites, discuss how his work touches them on a personal level, and how overall, he's a righteous dude. We also discuss webcomics, Class of 1984, and Rhea brings back Comic Book Corner! WARNING: There are all sorts of spoilers for Django and Tarantino's other work, so LISTEN AT YOUR OWN RISK, HOMIE.

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Django Unchained SPECIFICALLY FROM 33:00 to 57:00. And then a tiny spoiler again at the 1h30 to 1hr32 mark.
Pulp Fiction
Death Proof
Planet Terror
In Bruges
Bad Girls Go to Hell
Jackie Brown
Inglourious Basterds
both Kill Bill films
 I Spit on Your Grave

Corrections: Brave New World was adapted into a tv movie in 1998.  Perry King was the lead actor in Class of 1984.

Relevant Links:
Sergio Leone: The More You Know
Rhea on episode 91 of Pool Party Radio talking Saved by the Bell
Lady Sabre & the Pirates of Ineffable Aether
Fan made trailer to 1984 movie
Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant 
Nimona
Nude on the Moon trailer
Galaxina trailer
The Spits "Die Die Die"
The Spits "Tonight"
Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal
Achewood
The Greatest Science Fiction Porn Movies of All-Time (I09)--NSFW
Bobby Womack, "Across 110th Street"
Cutting Class trailer
Commando trailer
A Softer World
Theme song for "Girl From Starship Venus" 
France Gall "Laisse Tomber Les Filles"
Lee Hazelwood and Nancy Sinatra, "Some Velvet Morning"
Toto, "Africa"
Bad Girls Go to Hell trailer
The Delfonics, "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)"