How was your winter everyone? Yeah, we kinda took it off. No excuses, but we spent the early part of the year reading up about this Mayan doomsday prophecy (which we found to be bullshit so you’re welcome), then The Walking Dead came back and we were going to write about that until Lori sucked away our collective will to live. Finally we were most assuredly going to make our glorious return but Mass Effect 3 came out and we were in the middle of the Road to WrestleMania and whatnot so yeah…
Anyway, long story short we’re back, and hopefully that means you’ll come back and read us as we write about God knows what in the world of popular culture. Hell, since we’re so hyped to be back we may even write something good every once in awhile. No promises though…
YAY WE’RE BACK EVERYONE!!!!
Oh and for the record our podcast, “If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It,” did NOT take a vacation and is still as awesome as ever, well at least if you consider two guys arguing about why Michael Bay is the worst human being ever awesome. You can check that out here… SUBSCRIBE AND ENJOY LIFE MORE!
On this episode of If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It, Trev reviews Alexander Payne’s The Descendants, Byrd reviews Martin Scorsese’s new 3D film Hugo, and the two review the horror-comedy anthology Chillerama.
On this episode Byrd and Trev talk about the Muppets, Dark Knight Rises plot details, review Pedro Almodóvar’s new Spanish horror/thriller The Skin I Live In. But first, they address the dangers of watching 15 straight hours of Star Wars and whether or not they would eat the flesh of Steven Spielberg.
On this episode, Byrd and Trev deliver a free form discussion that covers many topics including Puss n Boots, the Munsters reboot, Three Stooges, Dark Shadows, 2016- the insane Alien/Terminator film from Ghana, Blade Runner 2, the Hannibal TV show, Twilight: Breaking Dawn, more on the Evil Dead remake, and wondering what the deal is with Mickey Rourke.
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On this episode, Byrd and Trev give their thoughts on the Walking Dead and American Horror Story so far and concept art for the abandoned Crow reboot, Trev reviews the recent sci-fi film In Time, and the two review the recent Edgar Wright produced creature feature Attack the Block. After that its all downhill as the podcast goes totally off the rails as the two discuss the nature of fan films as Byrd tries, and ultimately fails to describe why they annoy him, in a debate that pretty much goes nowhere. This is what happens when a podcast self destructs. We’re not perfect!
On this episode, Byrd and Trev discuss a wide variety of topics including news about the Maniac remake, the proposed Punisher TV series, the Akira remake, Benicio Del Toro possibly being cast in the new Star Trek, the perplexing Youtube trend of people opening DVDs and showing their DVD collections, and why nerds feel like their favorite properties need to be darker to be cool.
On this Halloween episode, Byrd and Trev talk Evil Dead remake news, give a slew of horror movie recommendations, talk about what they like to watch on Halloween and do horror movie lightning rounds. Don’t miss this spooktacular episode! Happy Halloween!
Intro- Misfits: “Halloween”
Outro- Vincent Price’s “Thriller Laugh” and John Carpenter’s “Halloween Theme”
On the evening of October 23rd, 2011, horror fans Kyle Byrd and Trevor Snyder recorded a podcast containing Halloween movie recommendations, opinions on the Season Two premiere of The Walking Dead and a discussion on the “found footage” trend in the horror genre. They were never heard from again. This is that recording.
Join us for another horror-centric October podcast as Byrd and Trev review Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence), give another big round of horror movie recommendations, and briefly touch on the Avengers trailer and the Thing “premake.”
Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester was recently quoted on ESPN.com as saying: “People are making us out to be a bunch of drunk, fried-chicken eating SOBs, playing video games. You can ask my wife, for the last 10 years I don’t think I’ve played a single video game, and Josh (Beckett) and Lack (John Lackey) are the same way.”
That’s quite a cognitive leap there. He’s essentially saying ‘Hey, I’m may be an irresponsible degenerate who drinks on the job, but at least I’m not a gamer.’
Remember folks, the Red Sox were the last team to integrate, and people from Boston think Flogging Molly is music. I suppose none of this should be particularly shocking.