We just recorded our love letter to Kathleen Beller, but I can’t get to the edits until the first week of April. So, I decided to go ahead and give everyone a heads up on our next episode. We’re going to look at a couple of classic message movies: Go Ask Alice (1973) and Mazes and Monsters (1982). We’ll probably record in the middle of April. You can send feedback through one of our many social media channels, which can be found here. Drop us a line cuz we love you!!!
We’re back with a very special episode dedicated to one of our favorite Queens of the TV Movie, Patty Duke! We’re discussing the wonderful new book In the Presence of Greatness: My Sixty Year Journey as an Actress, which was written by Patty Duke and Bill Jankowski. Bill joins us to talk all things Patty and we had a blast! Enjoy!
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We’re getting the gang back together in March and we’ll be looking at two of Kathleen Beller’s telefilms, No Place to Hide (1981) and Deadly Messages (1985). No recording date set yet, but it will be sometime around mid-March. Send us feedback!
I managed to get an episode up in a timely manner! And just in time for Valentine’s Day. On this episode, Dan and I discuss small screen romance… with a supernatural twist! Titles on tap are the 1971 remake of Death Takes a Holiday and the 1995 Lifetime Original Movie Deadly Love! Spoiler: They are awesome. Enjoy and remember to only speak of love!
Our next episode will be devoted to the lovely Kathleen Beller and we’ll be looking at No Place to Hide (1981) and Deadly Messages (1985). Remember to send feedback!
I know it’s late in the game, but we’re recording this Thursday, February 7th, and would love any feedback you wanted to send in. We’re discussing Death Takes a Holiday (1971) and Deadly Love (1995), and it will be all romantic and stuff! Contact us!
I can’t believe I got this online. My computer hates me… But we’re here with episode 31 and it’s all about winter-set scares as we discuss the classic Snowbeast (1977) and the not-a-classic-but-pretty-dang-fun Ski Lift to Death (aka Snowblind, 1979). So let’s hit the slopes!
We’ll be back so very soon with a new episode (recording either February 7th or 8th), and again, as we did last year, we’ll only speak of love. But this time it’s supernatural love, as we watch and discuss Death Takes a Holiday (1971) and Deadly Love (1995). Send feedback!
Thanks to a crazy schedule, a long term sickness, the holidays and other chicanery, our male strippers episode had to get in the back seat (ha!) for a while. But it’s edited (sorta) and ready for your ears. So now what was originally supposed to be episode 29 is episode 30, ya dig? There’s some popping in the background on this one, and issues overall with the general quality of the show. But I could spend forever tooling with this, so I finally bit the bullet and got it online. We’re discussing For Ladies Only (1981) and Ladykillers (1988) and some of it won’t make sense, some of it will. Be kind.