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Sequelcast 2: Batman Commentary

21 Jun

In this episode, Mat records a commentary for Batman (1966) to celebrate the late Adam West.

Sequelcast 2: Hellraiser: Bloodline

15 Jun

In this episode, Mat catches Kevin Yagher’s Hellraiser: Bloodline.

Sequelcast 2: Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth

7 Jun

In this episode, Mat is on his way to Anthony Hickox’s Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth in a handbasket.

Sequelcast 2: Hellbound: Hellraiser II

31 May

In this episode, Mat goes to Tony Randel’s Hellbound: Hellraiser II.

Book Review: A Saga on Home Video: A Fan’s Guide to U.S. Star Wars Home Video Releases, by Mat Bradley Tschirgi

30 May

Star Wars releases on home video have been more plentiful than death stick sales in the Outlander Club on Coruscant. You have different formats to consider (VHS, DVD, Blu-ray, iTunes, etc.), retailer exclusive special features, and even changes to the films themselves! Nathan P. Butler’s new book A Saga on Home Video: A Fan’s Guide to U.S. Star Wars Home Video Releases takes a deep dive into the dozens of home video releases for the Star Wars films, TV shows, and everything in between.

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Sequelcast 2: Hellraiser

25 May

In this episode, Mat and guest Ray Ortega of The Podcaster’s Studio open up Clive Barker’s Hellraiser.

Sequelcast 2: Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

18 May

In this episode, Mat discusses Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed and he would’ve gotten away with it, too.

Sequelcast 2: Scooby-Doo

18 May

In this episode, Meddling Mat unmasks Scooby-Doo.

Sequelcast 2: The Rocky Horror Picture Show TV Remake

8 May

In this episode, Mat discusses the 2016 TV film The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again.

Home Video Hovel: Never Too Young to Die, by Mat Bradley-Tschirgi

1 May

Never Too Young to Die pits John Stamos and Vanity against Gene Simmons in a tale of action, lust, and revenge. This is both as bland and entertaining as you might suspect for a low-budget 1980s actioner. Actors playing the heroes take this nonsense without a drop of with, while actors playing the villains camp it up to the rafters. If you enjoy a bit of nonsense with your explosions, Never Too Young to Die fits the bill as a fun addition to your home video library; a droll audio commentary by playwright Russell Dyball seals the deal.

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