Come join our newest member the SB10K as he goes sailing down the river into the Heart of Darkness. This episode it’s the Francis Ford Coppola classic Apocalypse Now.
After a day filled with momentary mourning, discussions over proper tools and more squirrel bites and electrical burns than we care to admit we at the Dead In Decatur team are proud to announce our newest member!
It is with a heavy heart that we at Dead In Decatur must announce a great loss. The following is a clipping taken from a local newspaper.
This of course is a terrible tragedy…all of that potential podcasting content wasted. In light of this we at DiD must announce the immediate cancellation of “Just Look At It In the Near Future” and the “Chop Shop.” We are aware that this will be a mild inconvenience to his five or six listeners and we will do everything in our power to ensure quality content like “Just View It Sometime” going forward.
Holy Extremely Late Episode Batman!
This week in a very special Just Watch It Already the New Guy brings in some backup in the form of his crustacean compatriot Rock Lobster Johnson to take a look at the camp masterpiece that is the 1966 Batman film starring the late and very great Adam West.
(Warning, Mr. Johnson is a salty fellow and as such this episode is a bit cruder than the usual. You have been warned and thank you very much for listening!)
Murf, WriterMonkey, and an extremely bearded newcomer we kidnapped named Jesse play a rousing game of Snake Oil at Heroicon. In the cuthroat world of door-to-door scams*… err, sales, only one can be victorious!
Editor’s note: No angels were harmed in the recording of this episode
This week the New Guy sinks his fangs into the 1987 Vampire Flick “The Lost Boys.”
Get it? Fangs? You know…like vampires have…fangs…
In the first real episode of the Chop Shop the Fat Kid and the New Guy talk about Superstar Shakeups, Lucha Underground, and Shawn Michaels vs the Undertaker Bad Blood (1997).
Giggles will be had about midair blading and Dario Dollars. Sexism will be laughed at. Come have a look and be sure to leave any feedback at either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
In this episode of Just Watch It Already the New Guy takes to the streets of 1937 Los Angeles to review 1974’s “Chinatown.” Spoilers abound but never fear for the New Guy is looking out for you on this one! Drop any feedback at either firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
“You thought crabs were bad?! Lobsters are worse!”
We are happy (and a wee bit excited) to announce our first ever submission from the illustrious Troma Entertainment!
Dolphinman Battles the Sex Lobsters is a short film written and directed by John P. Brennan, best known for his work in the Kabukiman series. As for the film… we’ll let IMDB do the talking. Trailer after the jump!
After bottling enough lightning from the storms we had this weekend in Decatur, we were finally able to bring our 2017 Film Festival Kickstarter TO LIFE!
The Dead in Decatur International Film Festival’s goal is to provide a unique experience for fans of Horror, Sci-Fi, Comic Book, and Fantasy films in our community. It is our hope to help promote local film-making as well as other forms of audio and visual art on October 13-14
We are partnered with Heroic Age Art Center, who will be hosting their annual October Art of Fearevent. This event will launch Saturday, October 14 and will be going on along side our festival.
Are you an independent film maker with a short or feature that you want to get out into the world? Submit your films here!