Archive for October, 2015

EPISODE 46

Episode 46

Can you say trainwreck? Well that’s exactly what Episode 46 turned out to be. Michele and Damo got together to program what started out as a normal every day show reviewing horror movies and just talking rock… then Terra and Graham dropped by for a couple minutes to tell us their first CD purchases, and why not? Things take a turn for the worse(?) as Craig appeared out of nowhere in some kind of Skype hijacking like the movie ‘Unfriended’ and began talking about everything from a career in adult movies to The Shrine to socks to someone liking his Instagram pictures to his branding of the Long Gone Loser Shoe. This show became such a barrel of insanity that it was hard to finish due to all the laughing. Seriously, this show is a total mess but we do play some bitchin’ tunes and you can hear them now by clicking this link.

Enjoy tunes by:
Hammered Satin
Mensen
The Hellacopters
Fu Manchu
The Darkness
XXX Maniak
Ella Hooper
The Academy Is…
Hammerlock
Screeching Weasel
The Black Keys
Hulk Hogan And The Wrestling Boot Band
The Cooper Temple Clause
Smashed Gladys

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EPISODE 45

Episode 45

We’re back again with antics galore! This week Damo goes to the AMC Expo in Melbourne and talks about meeting Claudia Wells from Back To The Future and asking Lou Diamond Phillips a question about The First Power. Michele reviews A Nightmare on Elm Street (one of them, I can’t remember) and Damo reviews Welcome To The Jungle. Craig phones in from some park to tell us all how much The Shrine rule, and we celebrate Edge Day. It’s all here and it’s all happening! You can listen right now by clicking on this link.

Enjoy tunes by:
Husker Du
Screamfeeder
Green Day
Burn
Betray
Ginger Wildheart
Judas Priest
Bangles
Raspberries
The Welcome Mat
Nuclear Assault
Dark Angel
The Stooges

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EPISODE 44

Episode 44

 

This week the gang play a whole bunch of rad tunes as we celebrate KISS’ Australian tour. There’s film and TV talk, and so much more randomness. Your hosts this week are Damo, Michele and some random friend of Michele’s named Courtney and even Craig pops on for a quick chat about some bowling thing he was at. It’s all antics and good times and you can listen right now by clicking this link.

Enjoy tunes by:
Rob Zombie
Boris The Sprinkler
Alice Donut
Manic Street Preachers
Violet And Anya
Nerf Herder
Frank Popp Ensemble
The Dickies
The Bollweevils
Pink Lincolns
Furious George
Ronnie Spector
Big Drill Car
Goblin
The Bulemics
Hellmenn
Bullet Lavolta
Black Flag
Dillinger Four
The Soundtrack Of Our Lives

BURIAL GROUND: The Nights Of Terror (1981)
Directed by: Andrea Bianchi
Review by Michele.

Having paid a full two dollars, I expected a lot from Burial Ground: Nights of Terror. Boy was I wrong. I have half a mind to return to the pawn shop from which it was purchased and demand at least fifty cents back.

To start with the film was originally done in Italian and then transferred to badly dubbed English, Godzilla ain’t got nothin’ on you Burial Ground.

An overzealous professor unwittingly unleashes a horde of flesh eating zombies on a group of socialites made of three couples and one woman’s pervy son, can we say mommy issues? This concept I can get behind. What I cannot abide, is the inconsistency with which these zombies are portrayed. Like why would a zombie strangle a dude? No, I can’t find an explanation for that. Also, like since when do zombies all group together to try and use a giant log to break down a door?

In the end, the four surviving members of this tragic event seek solace in a monastery where they find…? You guessed it zombie monks. You’re so smart. The kid turns into a zombie and eats his mom, though maybe not in the way we all know he wanted to. A couple of people get put through a table saw by the zombies, cos what’s it worth being an undead zombie if you can’t be a little inventive with your meals. Every single person becomes a zombie. As the saying goes, if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. Though maybe they weren’t talking about zombies.

All in all I give Burial Ground: Nights of Terror 3 out of 5 hooded zombie monks. If nothing else you can play a fun game of trying to see which zombie has the worst special effects makeup.

EPISODE 43

Episode 43

So the gang is back again for another jam packed episode of radness featuring Damo and Michele. It’s nothing but awesomeness at all times on this episode as we feature a quick chat with the almighty Clowns from Melbourne, we review horror and action movies, Kate pops by to tell all about her birthday shenanigans and Craig jumps on at the end writhing in pain but still manages to deliver his weekly news of The Shrine! You can’t keep a good Shrine fan down. Antics Antics Antics! Listen in now by clicking this link.

Enjoy tunes by:
Clowns
Direct Hit!
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
SR-71
Coffin Wolf
A
Entombed
Riverdales
Sex Pistols
Pansy Division with Jello Biafra
Bodyjar
Social Distortion
American Hi-Fi
Chainsaw Hookers
Damone
Ryan Adams
When In Rome

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