Podcast #99, “Pop Scares”

cover - Waxwork-Re-AnimatorThree weeks, and here we are with another podcast. I think this might be the start of something good. Here's to hoping, right? Anyhow, a goodly amount of new / newly-acquired tunes, along with an interview from Kevin Dredge of New Orleans-based soundtrack reissue label, Waxwork Records. We talked with Dredge about the ins and outs of reissues, as well as the label's upcoming releases. Their first release, a reissue of the Re-Animator soundtrack, is out tomorrow. They also just announced last week that they'll be reissuing the Krzysztof Komeda score for Rosemary's Baby. You can find out the details on that (as well as order things) at the Waxwork Records website. And if you're really hyped on the Waxwork Day of the Dead reissue, they're having a release for it in Hollywood, in late September. According to Dredge, "There will be a screening of the film, and George Romero and John Harrison will be there to do a Q&A after the film." No date's set, but keep your eyes peeled. Podcast #99, "Pop Scares" Barge, "Where's the Violence" (No Gain) Best Practices, "Home For Halloween" (Sore Subjects) Night Birds, "Last Gasp" (Maimed For the Masses) Sad Boys, "Frolic" (Sad Boys) --- Lawnmower, "Team Spirit" (Whack Yer Brain) Tyler Daniel Bean, "I Was Wrong" (Everything You Do Scares Me) GRMLN, "Coastal Love" (Empire) Shannon & the Clams, "Rip Van Winkle" (Dreams In the Rat House) --- Interview with Kevin Dredge of Waxwork Records --- Lemuria, "Oahu, Hawaii" (The Distance Is So Big) Mixtapes, "Swirling" (Ordinary Silence) The Bubble Boys, "10th & Mass" (Ownlife Records) Revolvers, "Marrianna" (Marley) --- The Hussy, "Zzuf" (Pagan Hiss) Diarrhea Planet, "Juggernaut!" (Loose Jewels) Radkey, "Out Here In My Head" (Cat & Mouse EP) Rocket From the Crypt, "Pigeon Eater" (Both Good Songs)

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Can a horror movie that features a decapitated corpse performing forcible oral sodomy on a restrained screaming coed ever be said to be joyful, Anti Fungal Diflucan usa. Because, really, that's what Combs brings to the role. And really, even Bruce Abbott -- as Dan Cain -- brings a certain joie de vivre to the whole affair in his response to West's experiments, Anti Fungal Diflucan.

The film manages to be scary at various times, Anti Fungal Diflucan mexico, as well as hilarious. West's responses to most things border on the histrionic, and the walking, headless corpse of Dr. Hill is the very definition of slapstick, but when West reanimates that first corpse in the cold storage room, Anti Fungal Diflucan overseas, you legitmately fear for his and Cain's safety.

Reanimated, violent corpses sort of predate the whole "fast zombie" phenomenon of recent memory, if you think about it: the intelligence of West's creations is directly proportionate to how soon after death they're brought back. Anti Fungal Diflucan, The showdown at the end is a demonstration of that, as once Hill's control over them is gone, the walking dead turn into violent, dismembering monsters. Anti Fungal Diflucan paypal, The showdown is also a masterpiece of gore, with bleeding eyes and mouths, intestines dripping out, people being torn asunder...really, it's not for the weak of stomach. I've yet to see the sequel, 500mg Anti Fungal Diflucan, despite having seen Re-Animator itself something like a good dozen times. What can I say. This one's so good, it'd be a shame to have its memory desecrated.


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