Richard, Brad, Jeffrey, and Simon talk about horror movies, the giallo genre, Euro-horror, and all kinds of other things and stuff. Check out Doomed Moviethon: http://doomedmoviethon.comRichard's blog: http://doomedmoviethon.blogspot.comBrad's blog: http://yellowrazor.blogspot.com/Jeffrey's blog: http://nessuntimore.blogspot.com/Simon's blog: http://creatures-of-light-and-darkness.blogspot.com/The archives of the show can be found here: http://www.doomedmoviethon.com/?page_id=20 We're on YouTube as well! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD02nUlDOOEXtW9DIHSU3S0bcBJM2Lsq6 Hello! This is the Doomed Show is a proud member of Legion Podcasts! http://www.legionpodcasts.com/
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Jeffrey and Richard get into their one-size-fits-all tuxes to talk about Twice Dead (1988). They also discover something called "sleepy pizza". more
Brad and Richard take off their gowns to reveal all the tattoos and talk about episode 250 of Hello! This is the Doomed Show. Before they shut down their teleprompters, they discuss Estigma AKA Stigma (1980) from director Jose Ramon Larraz. Seven hou... more
On this suggestively epic episode of Hello! This is the Doomed Show, Richard is joined by film critic and writer, Rachael Nisbet! They discuss Joe D'Amato's sicko classic Beyond the Darkness (1979) and Bruno Mattei's psycho nun freakout The Other Hel... more
If you want to dive deep, really deep, into horror cinema, this is the bests how for obscure Eurosleaze, giallo and oddball gems!
such a great show with tons of extras and pizazz for these seeking more pizazz in their podcasts. its the kind of podcast that you can enjoy even if you haven't seen the movie because the hosts really describe and discuss it in fantastic way that you won't even care if you know the source material. .
If you’re looking for a fresh look at some obscure horror then this is for you. Stop your life and just sit in a room, eating saltine crackers and listen to this podcast all day.
Crazy soundbits, quirky humor, and a coo coo clock make up this awesome podcast that dissects everything from gialli to cheesefests! Highly recommend especially if your a Cameron Mitchell groupie!
The show is great. Interesting choices of movies are covered. I really like the banter that the host has with his cohosts. Just sad that there are not more episodes. Now, if I could just get the show to review Private Parts, my life would be complete. Please don't ever stop what you guys are doing on the show, it makes my day. P.S. I'm a closet!
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Hello! This is the Doomed Show. launched 8 years ago and published 45 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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