Hitting another arbitrary benchmark, Episode 20 is celebrated with another purported naked episode (no clothes were actually removed in the recording of this episode). To celebrate, they continue into October with another Halloween-themed episode throughout.
Week in Geek: Andrew finally gets around to watching latter-day X-Men movies (when they got good again). Dan bought a new Lovecraft book.
Alone in the Dork: Dan and Andrew discuss the scariest video games they’ve ever played.
Discussion: With a Kickstarter going touting to be the first “officially licensed” video game based on an H. P. Lovecraft story, Andrew and Dan wonder how that’s even possible considering H. P. Lovecraft’s works are well-known to be in the public domain.
Hail Hydra: In a bit of a detour, Dan and Andrew try to figure out what’s so bad about Marvel’s HYDRA organization.
Question of the Week:
What is your favorite expression (story/movie/video game/music/etc.) of cosmic horror?
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Music in this Episode:
-“Stayin’ in Black” by Wax Audio
-“Tunnel Chase” and “The Expedition (no SFX)” by Reber Clark
-“All Hail” by The Devil Makes Three
-“Doctor Gastronomy” by Murray Gold