By Jed Bell, Wickie Stamps and Anastasia Kayiatos
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Crime dramas, personality disorders, and weird animal news! Discussion and speculation about killers, criminals, and other creepy crawlies from TV, movies, books and real life.
||ExplicitHead Wound 13||The depressive and the psychopath—killer duos. We begin our discussion with the Columbine killers, digging into the differences between psychotics, depressives, and sociopaths. Yup, another cheery Head Wound!||9/10/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 12||All true crime and strange news. Bangkok body bandits, Cat People, sleepless goats and Moscow's canine commuters all climb into your Head Wound.||6/10/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 11||Patriarchy has some 'splaining to do. More Jenny Worley, and wrapping up "The Ring"—cheering on bad mothers, universal fear of staircases in little girls' houses, and can videotapes reallllly appear out of the metaphors in your brain? Crack open your||2/22/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 10||Our first true horror show! "The Ring," the pathology of reproduction, and a call from Special Guest Star Dr. Jenny Worley. Dig into your new Head Wound.||9/30/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 09||Law and Order in Russian! Narcissism and queerness! Book reports on books we haven't read! Time for your Head Wound.||4/13/2010||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 08||Co-host Anastasia Kayiatos joins us for the first time! Pseudo Stockholm Syndrome, fake feminism, and pandering police protagonists—it's your new Head Wound.||11/2/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 07||Trans-oceanic calls from thirsty snakes, elderly women who kill, and Lord Byron's troubles with alternative health care—it's a supplemental Head Wound.||8/21/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 06||Macho skinhead cops with FEELINGS? It's long past time for your new Head Wound.||4/11/2009||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 05||Personality disorder du jour, the uses of human hair in gifts to your ex, check-cashing corpses and milkshake-slurping snakes: it's time for Head Wound.||1/20/2008||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 04||Histrionics, hysteria, striking writers and human vending machines...it's your new Head Wound.||11/7/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 03||Finally, another podcast!||10/10/2007||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 02||Find the first full-length Head Wound podcast here.||12/31/2006||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitHead Wound 01||The introductory Head Wound podcast is here!||12/17/2006||Free||View in iTunes|
each episode is like the creaky door of a horror film, opening to new danger and insights
Who knew that crime drama would make such a powerful medium for cultural criticism and analysis? I need my regular fix of Jed Bell's critical concoction of criminology and psychopathology, stirred with the macabre musings of Wickie Stamps. These two have such fun together — it's a pleasure to listen to them. Their playful repartee delivers just what I need: news of the bizarre and insight into the usual. For even more fun, check out episodes 8 and 9 with guest Anastasia Kayiatos. Can't wait for the next ep! If it doesn't come out soon... "It's not going to be OK."
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I heard that it kills you in seven days you after you listen to it. I think it's totally worth it, though.
Please, sir, may I have another Head Wound?
Delightful, spirited discussions with random book reviews about books that have yet to be read by those who freely admit they can, occasionally, be foggy on the details. I unfailingly enjoy Head Wound. I want more!