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The Strange and Deadly Show

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Description

Join your hosts Chris Clayton (Goreboy Radio) and Tom Elliot (The Twilight Zone Podcast) as they explore the Section 3 Video Nasties List. From obscure gems to old favourites, they cover them all in the Strangest and Deadlist Podcast of all!

Customer Reviews

Strange and Deadly Fun

I havent heard of these two blokes before . And I'm not bothered if I hear of them afterwards either . But I am , however , glad I'm hearing them now giving great reviews of horror films , some good , some bad , but always fun . And I wouldn't have it any other way . Do yourself a favour and subscribe . You won't regret it . I didn't . And now I can't get out .

Great stuff

Show hit the ground running. Buoyed by the two hosts. Gore Boy is the appropriately foul-mouthed/humorous yin to Tom's laconic/thoughtful yang. Well worth your time, well done fellas.

Well worth subscribing to

I decided to listen to all of the released episodes first before commenting
Good Points
1. The approach is interesting - I have an interest in the genre but I'm encountering films I've never heard of before. There are a couple of podcasts that deal with the banned list but this collection of also-rans is shaping up to be a revelation.
2. Good production values - there's nothing worse than a podcast that sounds as if it has been recorded in a toilet.
3. The hosts thankfully contextualise the films so that you can an idea of where they fit in with the overall heoritage of the genre.
4. The hosts have interesting things to say about these movies - which is why I listen to podcasts. It's two people who have a love of the subject but who are still capable of discriminating the good stuff from the tat.

Bad point
1. The humour can be a bit juvenile (well, Gore Boy to be exact) - However the lapses are infrequent and don't detract from the finished article.

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