Fri, 5 October 2012
It is a little known fact that most serial killers can be found at community colleges taking courses in Photoshop. This week Al Berg and Tony Southcotte breakdown Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon.
In keeping with our strict policy of tangents, we also find ourselves fixated on the creations of Joss Whedon, with both The Avengers and Cabin in the Woods.
We also talk about what might be the best pure zombie book out there: World War Z by Max Brooks.
Next week we will be reviewing YellowBrickRoad, which is available on netflix and on a VHS tapes in your creepy neighbor's outhouse. It really might be easier to stream it.
Fri, 28 September 2012
In the third episode of the Human Echoes Podcast, you will find our heads scraped to the scalp, and ready to talk about the South Korean thriller I Saw the Devil. Listen in as we detail the struggle between Secret Agent Man and Serial Killer Man.
Hear us well, as we wander between the vagaries of Facebook stalking by employers and bumper sticker philosophy.
Also, check out The Booth at The End on Hulu.com. Mostly because it kicks ass, and a little bit because everything you read on this site is perceived to be true by the hosts.
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Next week's movie will be: Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon.
Fri, 21 September 2012
Time travel, men in sunglasses, low budgets, and a bizzare variant of other conversations are featured in our second podcast. They review Lunopolis.
Listen as Albert and Tony tell you how to man up. On our love - hate relationship with Chuck Palahniuk. We even cover wobbly toilets in this podcast. Is it even possible that you could want more? Hit subscirbe, channel the ancient old gods of the RSS feed, or find us on iTunes, the Zune Marketplace, and well, here.
We discussed a pair of movies that are available for free on YouTube.
Fri, 14 September 2012
Listen, as we talk about donkeys in the most profane ways. Stand in awe as we make light of domestic abuse, Breaking Bad, and the smell of basset hounds. Commute with the knowledge that we are with you in your car, explaining how to fix the ills of the world.