Monday, February 24, 2014

Episode 39: Diabolical Todd
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Tim Cicali and Eric Michael Jordan

This week special guest Eric Michael Jordan joins us for a rousing discussion of North Carolina Snowmageddon 2014; we learn of Todd and his amazing, traveling LSD palace; Bill Nye debates Ken Ham for the good of humanity while George Zimmerman wants DMX to beat the crap out of him for money; we learn about Rust, the naked man simulator; further adventures in gaming with The Last of Us and Leisure Suit Larry; and finally, a brief review of Escape Plan and a look at Schwarzenegger's many upcoming projects.


Featured Music:
Episode 38: Fertile Ground For Shenanigans
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali

Endless winter weather got you down? Well, have no fear, my friend! Dick at Night is here for another week of musical treats and nonsensical ramblings! This time around we uncover the horrors of the Sochi Olympics and why Adam Sandler just might be the new Putin; when the Beatles celebrate their 50th Anniversary of first appearing on the Ed Sullivan show, the Eurythmics win; Timmy is boggled by the DEA; Kendrick Lamar in review; the existential crisis of UFC's gentle giant, Herb Dean; and finally, a brief chat about NBC's late night shake-up.


Featured Music:

  • Duck Sauce - aNYway
  • Spirit - I Got A Line On You
  • Hooterville Trolley - No Silver Bird
  • Pusha T ft. Kendrick Lamar - Nosetalgia
  • The Staple Singers - I'll Take You There
  • Bill Withers - Grandma's Hands (Live)
  • Harmonettes - Can't Go Halfway
  • Bruno Mars - Treasure
  • Godchild - Dans C Cas La Oui
  • Indigo Jam Unit - Ibuki
Episode 37: It's Different
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Tim Cicali and Nick Kanitz

Another week, another special guest! This time around Nick Kanitz joins us for what might be our crankiest show yet as we wonder if avant-garde band Death Grips has pushed the boundaries of music too far; Timmy finds himself at a crossroads with Opie and Anthony; further Grammy talk; Facebook weirdness hits a new low as we read a transcript from a drunken male games journalist looking for a news scoop and some lovin'; and finally, a smattering of movie reviews and a farewell to Philip Seymour Hoffman.


Featured Music:
  • Junior Senior - Move Your Feet
  • George Duke - Mr. McFreeze
  • Super Furry Animals - Moped Eyes
  • Andre 3000 - Sixteen
  • Metaform - Crush
  • Earthy Babes - Decomposing
  • Foxygen - Shuggie
  • The Association - Hear In Here
  • Frank Zappa - Lonely Little Girl (Take 24)
  • The Beatles - Run For Your Life
  • R. Stevie Moore - I Thought You Loved Me
Episode 36: Me, You And A Book Of Doctor Who (With Paul Fortner Too!)
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Tim Cicali and Paul Fortner
Hurray! This time around we welcome our Sound Blanket buddy Paul Fortner onto the show to discuss all sorts of wacky stuff with us! This week, we ponder the ever declining state of news journalism; we try to give a shit about the Grammys (and fail); shock and awe at Chicago's "Drill music" scene; Andrew reads selections from the worst Doctor Who book ever; we try and wrap our heads around Ben Wheatley's trippy "A Field In England"; and finally, we eulogize a nearly dead Blockbuster by fondly remembering Hollywood Video.


Featured Music:
  • The Temptations - Ball Of Confusion (That's What The World Is Today)
  • Elking & Nelson - Jibaro (Enrolle)
  • JJ - Things Will Never Be The Same
  • Pictureplane - Goth Star
  • Major Lazer - Get Free
  • Death Grips - Whatever I Want (Fuck Who's Watching)
  • The Spirit Of Atlanta - Messin' Around
  • Ram Jam - Black Betty
  • Komeda - More Is More
  • Dungen - Festival
  • Free The Robots - Jazzhole
  • Plants And Animals - The End Of That

Episode 35: Judy Tenuta And The Cookie Monster
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali

 We're back from our sabbatical on Sound Blanket and boy, do we ever have a bunch of random stuff to catch up on. Andrew digs into more cult British Sci-Fi with 'Red Dwarf' while Timmy starts up 'True Detective'; why 'Maron' delivers more therapy than entertainment; 'Drinking Buddies' surprises us with it's fantastic soundtrack while 'Keoma' terrorizes us with the singing "talents" of Guy and Sybil; upcoming madness from Ben Wheatley; 'Wolf Of Wall Street' blows cocaine in asses; 'Indie Game: The Movie' once again reminds us the game developers are weird people; and lastly, a look at Lois Lane comic book covers of the 40's.


Featured Music:
  • Diplo & Daft Punk - Set It Off (Shut It Down) Ft. Beastie Boys (TMC Mix)
  • Howard Goodall - Red Dwarf Theme
  • The Souljazz Orchestra - Satellites In Orbit
  • Cayacas - High School Lover
  • Phedre - Aphrodite
  • Sybil And Guy (???) - Keoma Theme
  • Super Furry Animals - Something 4 The Weekend
  • Derrick Harriott - Being In Love
  • Cage The Elephant - Come A Little Closer
  • Wolf People - Cotton Strands
  • Ramson Badbonez - Scruffy Bummy Hungry
  • Sage Francis - Blue
  • The Sensational Guitars of Dan and Dale - Batman and Robin Over The Roofs
  • Burt Ward & Frank Zappa - Boy Wonder, I Love You
Episode 34: Morality Is Hard: The Cupcake Theory
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali

This week, we have an announcement about a very special upcoming event; a revisit to Ian Watkins reveals Timmy's "Cupcake Theory"; American food hits a new low with the Perfect Bacon Bowl; Timmy drops some "Treme" related thesis statements; a harrowing look at the last leg-shattering UFC fight; and finally, in light of his newest stand up, we celebrate the comedy of the one and only, Bill Cosby! This episode also contains 200% more Mystikal than normal episodes! What more could you ask for?


Featured Music:

  • The Poets Of Rhythm - North Carolina
  • Van Hunt - A Time Machine Is My New Girlfriend
  • The Beatles - Michelle
  • Mystikal - Hit Me
  • Galactic - Move Fast feat. Mystikal and Mannie Fresh
  • Galactic - From The Corner to the Block feat. Juvenile & Soul Rebels Brass Band
  • Radiohead - Optimistic
  • The Slyvers - I Aim To Please
  • Bill Cosby - The Dentist
  • Bill Cosby - Go Carts
Episode 33: Christmas In Holland
Featuring Andrew Dick & Tim Cicali

It's Christmas here at the Dick at Night studios! This week, we get into the spirit of things by reliving some memories of Christmas' past; Timmy is inexplicably haunted by the media of Anthony Bourdain; we react to the shocking news that Hollywood wants to re-boot some old horror flicks...and Road House; an exploration of early 80's punk sleaze with 'Class of 1984' and 'Class of Nuke 'em High'; celebrating the joys of Garbage Day with "Silent Night, Deadly Night' and it's jaw-dropping sequel; and finally, a concentrated dose of excitement over the new Godzilla trailer. Plus, a bunch of holiday related musical goodies and a curious song about fried chicken! Who could ask for more?


Featured Music:
  • Bonzo Dog Band - The Trouser Press / Keynsham
  • Force Of Nature - Just Forget
  • Wild Man Fischer & Dr. Demento - I'm A Christmas Tree
  • National Lampoon Radio Hour - Rod Serling Explains The First Christmas
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic - Christmas At Ground Zero
  • South Park - Merry Fucking Christmas
  • The Beatles - Christmas Time Is Here Again
  • Four Owls - Original
  • Nas & Busta Rhymes- Fried Chicken
  • Bob & Doug McKenzie - 12 Days Of Christmas
  • Tales From The Crypt - Christmas Rap
  • Vince Guaraldi - Christmas Time Is Here
  • Despot - Look Alive
  • Sage Francis - The Best Of Times
  • MST3K - Let's Have A Patrick Swayze Christmas
  • National Lampoon Radio Hour - Evil Santa
  • Run DMC - Christmas In Hollis
  • Bonzo Dog Band - The Craig Torso Christmas Show
Episode 32: 8 Million Ways To Kill Ian Watkins
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali

This week, we delve into horrifying world of Lostprophet's lead singer Ian Watkins; the origins of Timmy's early musical output; how to confuse Starman and The Rocketeer; Filipino Kung Fu Blaxploitation pirate ladies; liking Tyler The Creator in theory only; Timmy and his brand spanking new PS3; a farewell to Paul Walker and a whole bunch of other nonsense as well.


Featured Music:

  • Dirty Projectors - Cannibal Resource
  • Van Hunt - Dust
  • Pharrell Williams - Happy
  • Astronautalis - Two Years Before The Mast
  • Monty Python - Sit On My Face
  • Buddy Miles - Midnight Rider
  • Outkast - Rosa Parks
  • Bobby Lyle - Night Breeze
  • Bruce Haack - Upside Down
  • Lord Huron - The Man Who Lives Forever
  • Busta Rhymes - Thank You
  • De La Soul - Get Away
  • Res - They Say Vision
  • Apollo Brown - Bridge Through Time
  • Tribe Called Quest - Rap Promoters
  • Incubus - Sick, Sad Little World
Episode 31: The Most Winning
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali

This week, we discuss Walmart's bizarre new costumer-based delivery system; PS4 sells a million in a weekend; a giant review of Neill Blomkamp's Elysium; more shenaniganery from the UFC; a look at some new trailers including Beat Takashi's new flick, Beyond Outrage and Disney's improbably named Maleficent; and lastly, a little talk of Jim Wynorski and the Breaking Bad alternate ending.


Featured Music:

  • Tennis - Mean Streets
  • Harry Nilsson - Spaceman
  • The Flaming Lips - Peace Sword
  • Lulgi Pelliccioni - Variatinen K71
  • Basil Kirchin & John Coleman - Here Today-Gone Tomorrow
  • Spirit - Love Has Found A Way
  • Aesop Rock - Pigs (TMC Mix)
  • ????? - South Gon Hold It Down (Excerpt)
  • The Last Shadow Puppets - My Mistakes Were Made For You
  • Tennis - Cured Of Youth
  • Thief - Atlantic
  • Ben Folds Five - Regrets
  • The Flaming Lips - The Spark That Bled
  • The Yardbirds - Over, Under, Sideways, Down
Episode 30: Three Enemas, A Colonoscopy And A Pizza Place
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali

This week, we find out how a routine traffic stop turns into a clean colon; final thoughts are given on GTAV; bizarre tales are told of Eminem and the recent youtube award show; movie reviews and movie reboots; and we bid a fond farewell to this generation of gaming. 


Featured Music:

  • Parliament - I Call My Baby Pussycat
  • Pyyramids - Don't Go
  • 40 Winks - Outside The Box
  • Andre Ceccarelli - Bossa For My Eet
  • The Shins - The Rifle's Spiral
  • Aesop Rock - The Harbor Is Yours (TMC Mix)
  • Eminem - Rhyme Or Reason
  • Lloyd Parks - Girl In The Morning 
  • Miles Kane - Taking Over
  • Washed Out - Don't Give Up
  • The Mountaineers - Self Catering
  • Brick - Dazz
  • One Way - I Didn't Mean To Break Your Heart
  • Atoms for Peace - Default
  • T. Dyson & Company - It's All Over
Episode 29: Knucklehead Jersey Boys in an Electric Coma
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Tim Cicali, and Eric Michael Jordan.

This week, we find out what happens when you decide to catch up on the wrong television show; Machete Kills...all good will; why Deltron 3030 and bad acid don't mix; why the Sega Genesis was so damn good you'd hang out with kids you don't like to play it; Gravity makes for the best-worst theater experience of all time; Morton Downey Jr. pisses Ron Paul off like a pro; Andrew rejoices over the recently found episodes of Doctor Who while Timmy decides he MIGHT finally be interested in the show; and lastly, Eric Michael Jordan joins us for a dissection of all them there upcoming Marvel movies.


Featured Music:

  • The Budos Band - Chicago Falcon
  • Soil and "Pimp" Sessions - The World Is Filled By...
  • TMC Beastie Boys Mega Mix
  • (Featuring George McCrae, El Michels Affair and I Monster)
  • Yellow Magic Orchestra - Shadows On The Ground
  • Stereolab - Self Portrait with "Electronic Brain"
  • Dungen - Fredag
  • Roy Ayers- No Deposit, No Return
  • Biff Rose - Buzz The Fuzz
  • Deltron 3030 - What Is This Loneliness?
  • Deltron 3030 - Positive Contact
  • Albert Verrecchia - In The Space
  • Little Beaver - Let the Good Times Roll
Episode 28: The Super Duper Spooktacular Halloween Special Thingie!
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Tim Cicali and Sean Scurlock

What's this? Our Halloween special is finally here?! It sure is! Hurray! In this very special episode of Dick At Night, we remember Halloweens of old; what some of our favorite costumes have been, what joys the "Harvest Festival" brings and hell, even some trivia about Will Smith and Nas. Then we talk about our history with horror films and what some of our favorites are before the explosion of reviews on the second half. A smattering of slashers, "The Shining" related conspiracy theories in Room 237, and Andrew finally takes the plunge on Cannibal Holocaust. It's just good ol' fashioned fun times. Plus, we've got some skits and Halloween-y music aplenty! So what are you waiting for? DOWNLOAD IT!!!


Featured Music :

  • Bobby "Boris" Pickett & the Cryptkickers- Monster mash
  • Themes International Library - Voodoo
  • Barnes and Barnes - Boogie Woogie Amputee
  • Dead Man's Bones - Pa Pa Power
  • David Bowie - Please Mr. Gravedigger
  • Fred Lane - French Toast Man
  • The Fat Boys - Are You Ready For Freddy?
  • Will Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff - Nightmare On My Street
  • Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me
  • Dion McGregor- What A Woman
  • Necro - Frank Zito
  • The Talking Heads - Psycho Killer
  • Edward Scissortongue - The Muffle Coffin
  • Black Sabbath - Children of the Grave
  • Rick Wakeman - Theme From The Burning
  • Weird Al Yankovic - Nature Trail To Hell
  • Frank Zappa - Goblin Girl
  • The Bollock Brothers - Horror Movies
  • De Wolfe Library - The Gonk
  • I Monster - Blue Wrath
Episode 27: Pimp In A Blimp
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Sean Scurlock and Tim Cicali

This week, we've got GTAV coming out our ears with our initial thoughts and stories from the wonderful world of San Andreas! After tackling the ever present controversy that surrounds GTA, we settle down to discuss happenings during the last UFC fight; we debate the qualities of the season finale of the Newsroom; a review of World War Z goes someplace altogether different when we try to figure just how much Andrew hates CGI; and finally, we mourn the passing of former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi by reliving our earliest days of gaming. 


Featured Music:

  • The Alan Parsons Project - I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You
  • Dungen - Der Tar Tid
  • Franz Ferdinand - Evil Eye
  • Portugal. The Man - Modern Jesus
  • The ACB's - Attic Fan
  • Jamiroquai - Cosmic Girl
  • George Duke - Hot Fire
  • Lou Rawls - A Natural Man 
  • Sloan - Everything You've Done Wrong
  • Gerry Rafferty - Baker Street
  • Arcade Fire - Reflektor
  • Washed Out - Feel It All Around
  • Grizzley Bear - Yet Again
  • The Five Stairsteps - Ooh Child
  • Cavil At Rest - sun Hands
  • Go West - Call Me
Episode 26: Shabba
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali

This week, we plumb the depths of IMDB with the horrors that are "Plum" and "Max Hell Frog Warrior"; marvel at the Disney copyright infringing madness that is "Escape From Tomorrow"; we take a little stroll through our history with the Grand Theft Auto series; thoughts on Ricky Gervais' new show "Derek"; a look back at simple joys of the "Trailer Park Boys"; another super-duper exciting update on Doctor Who; tales of Ginger Baker when Timmy watches the documentary "Beware Of Mr. Baker"; and a fond farewell to Hayao Miyazaki as he retires from the animation industry. 


Featured Music:

  • Black Heat - The Jungle
  • The Whole Darn Family - You Know That You Lied
  • Doc Brown - Real Balls
  • Piero Umiliani - Ultimo Stregone
  • Komeda - Vais Pa Skare
  • Seona Dancing - Bitter Hearts
  • KRS-One - MCs Act Like They Don't Know
  • KRS-One - The System Gotcha
  • The Ify Jerry Krusade - Nwantini Die Die
  • The Castaways - Liar, Liar
  • Marlena Shaw - California Soul
  • Pharcyde - Passin' Me By
  • Arrested Development - Mr. Wendal
  • Shabba Ranks - Mr. Loverman
  • The Cactus Channel - Jungle Run
  • Cold War Kids - Hang Me Up To Dry
  • Warren Zevon - Werewolves Of London
  • Doves - Hit The Ground Running
  • The Flaming Lips - In The Morning Of The Magicians
Episode 25: Starkey
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Tim Cicali and Sean Scurlock

Tired of hearing about people talking about Ben Affleck and Miley Cyrus? Sure, we all are so why don't you join in on the fun as we lay down the final word on the cultural implications of Affleck in the new Bat-flick and Miley shaking her ass on television, won't you? Elsewhere, we discuss Dave Chappelle's recent stage performance in Hartford, Connecticut that was cut short by hecklers and Ray Lewis' sudden conspiracy theory about the last Super Bowl's blackout. On the back half, Andrew reviews Terry Gilliam's "Brazil" and goofy Schwarzenegger joint "The Running Man" while Tim and Sean continue through their jaunt through the summer blockbusters with "Star Trek: Into Darkness" and "Iron Man 3".


Featured Music:
  • Lord Huron - I Will Be Back One Day
  • Milton Wright - My Ol' Lady
  • Steely Dan - Any Major Dude Will Tell You
  • The Fatback Band - Mister Bass Man
  • Black Sugar - The Loser
  • Santana - Black Magic Woman/Oye Coma Va (4-11-75 Beacon Theater)
  • Los Bravos- Going Nowhere
  • The Stranglers - Golden Brown
  • Tycho - Dive
  • Boards Of Canada - ROYGBIV
Episode 24: Double Baby Frankenstein (What Does It Mean?!)
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Sean Scurlock and Tim Cicali

Howdy, folks! And just what do we have for you this week? We've. Got. It. ALL. Check this out. We've got TV. Look at this list: Breaking Bad, The Newsroom, American Horror Story, Walking Dead and Doctor Who. Amazing. We've got baseball. Yes, we've got baseball. Don't like stories of Ty Cobb being a violent racist? Fine. Be like that. You like video games? We got you, homie. How about some reviews of Bioshock 1 & 2 and our thoughts on super-cool Tetris documentary "The Ecstasy Of Order: The Tetris Masters"? Yeah. That's what's up. What's that you say? What about the movies? Shit, don't even get me started. We've got opinions and reviews on Journey To The West and The Challenge, plus a look at some interesting and not-so-interesting upcoming films. And, as always, some of the tastiest musical nuggets we can find. Just download it already.


Featured Music:

  • El Michaels Affair - Detroit Twice
  • Starling Electric - Camp-fire
  • Son Lux - Flickers
  • Lights On - I, The Sun
  • David Bowie - Watch That Man/Aladdin Sane/Panic In Detroit
  • Thief - Somewhere
  • Bear Hands - High Society
  • Can - Vitamin C
  • Beastie Boys - Root Down (Free Zone Mix)
  • BADBADNOTGOOD - Electric Relaxation
  • Nina Simone - I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl
  • Nina Simone - Funkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter
  • Quantum Jump - Barracuda
Episode 23: Dog-O-Matic
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Tim Cicali and Sean Scurlock

This week, we explore the trials and tribulations of Ben Wheatley's problematic films, 'Sightseers' and 'Kill List'; Sean takes on the 'Cloud Atlas' challenge and comes up with a surprising conclusion; we try and fail to figure out why video gamers on the internet are so damn angry; Andy is finished with 'The Newsroom' and Sean has some big ideas on what to watch next (mostly 'Game of Thrones'); fun with bizarre Dutch comedies 'New Kids Turbo' and 'New Kids Nitro'; and finally, religious kookiness with 'Kumare' and Sean's future documentary. 


Featured Music:

  • The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown - Fire
  • Boss - I Don't Give A Fuck
  • Queen Latifah - Just Another Day
  • Pressha - Splackavellie
  • Deion Sanders - Must Be The Money
  • Shaquille O'Neal - No Hook
  • Dynamite D - Stick 'Em
  • Miami Horror- I Look To You
  • Michael Jackson - PYT (Pretty Young Thing)
  • Focus - Hocus Pocus
  • Beastie Boys - Funky Boss
  • Beastie Boys - Namaste
  • Beastie Boys - The Blue Nun
  • Beastie Boys - Stand Together
  • Styx - Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)
  • Quincy Jones - Ironside
  • Eugen Illin - Madison Square
  • Bob Elger - Beach Buggy
Episode 22: Baby In Peril
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Tim Cicali and Bobby Mathews

This week we again find ourselves without a Sean but luckily, this time we've gained a Bobby! Yup, Bobby Mathews joins us this time around and shares with us a uniquely horrifying tale from the road while Tim wonders if he witnessed the worst band of all time at Snug Harbor; we learn the dangers of abstract music; acid is spat at Only God Forgives but Andrew has love for Monster's University; we dig on the trailers for 47 Ronin and Rigor Mortis; Bobby and Andrew remember the good ol' days of Soul Caliber 2 and the Gamecube; and finally, Tim heads east for Stephen Chow's Journey To The West and Shin'ya Tsukamoto's Kotoko while Andrew kicks it back home with Bronson and Eastwood for Death Wish and The Dead Pool. Enjoy, won't you?


Featured Music:

  • Phoenix - If I Ever Feel Better
  • Cake - No Phone
  • Lucien Lavoute - Dimension Futur
  • Bjork and Thom Yorke - I've Seen It All
  • Bjork - Joga
  • Bobby Lyle - The Genie
  • Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention - Village Of The Sun
  • Bob Marley & The Wailers - 400 Years
  • Ruphus - Joy
  • J.J. Jackson - But It's Alright
  • The Four Tops - I Can't Help Myself
  • Pnau - Baby (Breakbot Remix)
  • Balkan Beat Box - Sunday Arak
  • Joe Beats - Doing The Nothing
  • Mos Def - Umi Says
  • Terminal Reynaldo - The Market (Found Musik Version)
  • KPM Library - The Kenny Wheeler Suite
  • Curtis Mayfield - No Thing On Me
Episode 21: Making The Porn Call
Featuring: Andrew Dick, Tim Cicali, Sean Scurlock, and Greg Henderson

This week, the boys are joined by special guest Greg Henderson to once again answer life's biggest questions: Is Netflix truly the end of television as we know it? Are the relationships in The Newsroom too reminiscent of The Office? Was the Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margret actually funny? Was Michael Bolton correct when he asserted that "Everyone's Crazy?" Did One Direction ACTUALLY make the best song ever? Is Jay-Z's shitty new album worth losing your personal information over? Does the UK want to take your porn away? Have you ever watched American porn dubbed into German? Are the Bee Gees funky? How bad did The Purge really suck? Was Rodney Dangerfield underrated? Was Fast and Furious 6 the dopest dope ever smoked? Tune in to find out!


Featured Music:

  • King Greedorah - No Snakes Alive
  • John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillen'
  • The Zombies - She's Not There
  • LITE - Ghost Dance
  • Outkast - Player's Ball
  • Outkast - Elevators
  • Modest Mouse - Interstate 8
  • The Mountaineers - UK Theater
  • The Bee Gees - Jive Talkin'
  • U-God - Wu-Tang
  • Czarface - Dead Zone
  • Oingo Boingo - Dead Man's Party
  • Michael Bolton - Everybody's Crazy
  • Arthur Verocai - Bis
  • One Direction - Best Song Ever
  • Average White Band - A Love Of Your Own
Episode 20: Solitude Mood
Featuring: Andrew Dick and Tim Cicali

This Week, Andrew finds himself horribly confused by the cluttered mess that is the 1996 Doctor Who TV movie; Timmy unveils the story of A Band called Death; how Atlantic Rim is better than Sharknado but still a waste of time; love is lavished upon Chinatown and it's sequel, The Two Jakes; will Eddie Murphy ever make us laugh again; Spike Lee's Oldboy remake suddenly looks promising; Andrew spends another summer playing Japanese RPGs; and the cult-classic Shogun Assassin finally gets a well deserved Blu-ray release. On the music side of things, we throw down some classic prog-rock and electronic tunes into the usual mix of madness. Enjoy! 


Featured Music:

  • Rush - Bastille Day
  • Rick Wakeman - Catherine Of Aragon
  • Bruce Haack - Electric To Me Turn
  • Yellow Magic Orchestra - Behind The Mask
  • Depeche Mode - Policy Of truth 
  • Yellow Magic Orchestra - Rydeen
  • Yes - Starship Trooper
  • Death - You're A Prisoner 
  • System Of A Down - Prison Song
  • System Of A Down - Question!
  • The Dells - Walk On By
  • The Bee Gees - Whisper Whisper
  • Tahiti 80 - Good Boy
  • Super Furry Animals - Tradewinds
  • k-os - Crabbuckit
  • Nina Simone - Feeling Good
  • Gramatik - Hit That Jive
  • Sugar Glyder - Hag
  • Eggstone - Suffocation At Sea
  • Kraftwerk - Autobahn
  • Shogun Assassin Intro
  • Barry Adamson - Straight Til Sunrise