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Global Pop Offensive!

Friend of the Gutter, Todd from Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill! joins the Pop Offensive to share two hours of fine global pop. Listen here.

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"The Power of Christ Impales You!"

“The Power of Christ Impales You!”

The Projection Booth podcast discusses Jesus Christ Vampire Hunter this week and features as a guest the Cultural Gutter’s Screen Editor Emeritus Ian Driscoll, who wrote the screenplay and plays Johnny Golgotha in JCVH.

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Monster Island Resort IS Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill!

Monster Island Resort IS Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill!

Todd from Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill! takes over Monster Island Resort to explain the philosophy behind Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill! as part of the Mysterious Order of the Skeleton Suit’s Swap-A-Thon: “The result is a free form ramble in which I somewhat preposterously touch upon everything from Thunderbirdsto the Situationist movement to prestigious, Academy Award nominated documentaries.…

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"Space Ladies from Outer Space"

“Space Ladies from Outer Space”

The Gutter’s own Carol invaded The Infernal Brains podcast to discuss space ladies with Todd from Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill! and Tars Tarkas from TarsTarkas.net.

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Happy Birthday, HP Lovecraft! Celebrate you happiness that Lovecraft’s mind is no longer subject to the incomprehensible hideousness of existence by listening to Monster Island Resort Podcast’s reading of, Herbert West, Re-Animator.

Happy Birthday, HP Lovecraft! Celebrate you happiness that Lovecraft’s mind is no longer subject to the incomprehensible hideousness of existence by listening to Monster Island Resort Podcast’s reading of, Herbert West, Re-Animator.

Miguel Rodriguez kindly invited the Gutter’s own Carol onto Monster Island Resort to discuss the late Kaneto Shindo, and his films, Onibaba and Kuroneko. Listen here, if you’d care to.

Miguel Rodriguez kindly invited the Gutter’s own Carol onto Monster Island Resort to discuss the late Kaneto Shindo, and his films, Onibaba and Kuroneko. Listen here, if you’d care to.