Evil Episodes: Halloween 2012 Part 2 (recap)

Welcome back! Happy Happy Halloween! Part 2!

This is the 2nd part of our Halloween 2012 themed episode, although you would hardly know it because the conversation on this episode takes us all over the place.

 

We welcomeMike Murphy of Badasses, Boobs and Body Counts and Moe Porne of Drunk On VHS and No Budget Nightmares Podcasts to the show as special surprise guests and boy do they ever deliver the surprises.

This episode is absent the normal format of the show and is more just one giant conversation on a ton of different subjects pertaining tohorror. We hit up such things as Mockingbird Lane, Tiny Toons Ghoulish Gallery, Charlie Brown’s Great Pumpkin, the latest in Dexter, The Walking Dead and American Horror Story, as well as trailers for World War Z, Hitchcock, & Maniac (remake). We also speak briefly on the much anticipated debut of the zombie apocalypse web-series Chronicles of the Dead (although in the future there will be more coverage and discussion given to it). All this and much more in a nearly 3 hour block of conversation.

Listen: [audio http://media.blubrry.com/horrorphilia/p/horrorphilia.com/horrorphilia/Podcasts/EEP29.mp3]

Download: Evil Episodes #29 – Halloween 2012 Part 2!

If you enjoyed the guests on this episode please show your appreciation by visiting them at the following locations:

Mike Murphy of Badasses Boobs and Bodycounts
BadassesBoobsandBodyCounts.com
@digitalhorror on Twitter

Moe Porne of Drunk on VHS and No Budget Nightmares Podcasts
couchcutter.com and dailygrindhouse.com
@DrunkOnVHS on Twitter 

You can contact the show via email at  evillepisodespodcast@hotmail.com or via the brand new voicemail line at 760-661-7384 We appreciate any and all feedback! You can also follow the podcast and website twitter account @EvilEpisodes as well as @NoCalMike and @Maven1974

Thanks for Listening and as always….Don’t Touch That Dial!!!

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One response to “Evil Episodes: Halloween 2012 Part 2 (recap)

  1. AHS season 3, has been already greenlit, do to this season’s very high ratings. I’ve said this before to people, best show on TV. I don’t even watch TV.

    Also Jessica Lange is 63 years of age.

    Chris

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