The Original Horror Radio talk show, with interviews, reviews, and more. Since 2005!
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The hosts show an extreme bias towards one particular label and go to great lengths to dunk on other companies to remain in their good graces. Not worth your time, there are better, funnier, more well researched, and less one-sided boutique movie podcasts out there.
It was obvious in the last episodes of the show’s original run that a break was needed. The boys are back now, and the content is positive, energetic and great again!
Horror talk radio at its best.
The best at what they do. Deadpit 4 life
More fun than punching a sleeping baby! more
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Deadpit Radio launched 14 years ago and published 103 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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