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Terror Transmission

Terror Transmission is a free, monthly movie commentary podcast dedicated to classic horror from the silent era up until the late 1980s. The audio program is hosted by Jason Andreasson and Matt G. Paradise. Both hosts proudly assert their enthusiasm for the show and their disdain for many others in the genre by their tagline, “The greatest horror commentary podcast… EVER!” Episodes are generally available on the 1st of every month. Check out our official website at www.terrortransmission.com
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Dec 15, 2010

You better watch out. You better not cry. You better be careful or you might DIE. Because Santa is coming to slay all of the naughty ones. But if you want to stay out of his Bad Boys and Girls Book, you must pay close attention to our tinsel-tousled commentary on 1980's Christmas Evil. There's plenty of spiked egg nog to go around as Matt and Jason sing seasonal songs of movie trivia, cheap toys, scary Xmas myths, serial killers, Fiona Apple, accidental holiday deaths, X-rated cartoons and a few other goodies tucked deep in our sacks. After the festivities, stick around as M&J summarize their latest viewings on DVD. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good fright! -- www.terrortransmission.com -- www.purgingtalon.com

Dec 1, 2010

You are about to enter Hell. A world of torture and fire, betrayal and madness, Matt and Jason, darkness and fear... oh, it will be such punishment. And while you are bound to the slab, awaiting your eviscerating end, your handsome hosts shall comfort you with commentary on Roger Corman's brilliant 1961 adaptation of The Pit and the Pendulum. As the blade swings and slowly descends, there will be just enough time for discussion on movie and director background, American International Pictures, Richard Matheson, preferred torture deaths, classic movie gals worth sleeping with, butt chins, drunken edits, and a number of other painful implements at the ready. When all of the blood stops flowing, M&J will then exit the dungeon and comment on their recent DVD viewings. We have you exactly as we want you! -- www.terrortransmission.com -- www.purgingtalon.com

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