Scott and Marty return after a long hiatus… or was it a vacation?? It turns out your favourite cinephiles have been kicking around the great city of Los Angeles, and they’ve brought back four souvenirs to share: the City of Angels’s first, worst, best, and last appearances on film! Safety Last! (1923, Dir. Fred C.…Details
Meet the many faces of the man who plays God… with our hearts! It’s Easy Reader’s first, best, worst, and last (so far) films! The Pawnbroker (1964, Dir. Sidney Lumet) The Shawshank Redemption (1994, Dir. Frank Darabont) Vanquish (2022, Dir. George Gallo) A Good Person (2023, Dir. Zach Braff)Details
This is the end, my friends… but Scott, Laird, Jason, David, and Gayle have some ruminating to do, and you’re invited! Find out what the boys think about D&D 5e; what bits of Curse of Strahd were completely fudged or invented by Scott; and why Gothic horror is cathartic/hilarious.
The survivors of last episode’s boss battle regroup, and next moves are discussed. The sun peeks through the mists. A conversation with a dragon skull gets heated. Ralston gets a few cantrips named after him. Happily ever afters???
“It’s like if a tree could act.” The Virgin Spring (1960, Dir. Ingmar Bergman) The Seventh Seal (1957, Dir. Ingmar Bergman) Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977, Dir. John Boorman) Echoes of the Past (2021, Dir. Nicholas Dimitropoulos) Follow us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Amazon Music.Visit us at slackandslashpod.comEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.orgDetails
This is it! The colossal climactic instalment of Curse of Strahd, featuring: epically uncoordinated team combat! Heroically failed saving throws! And so many Hail Mary spells, you’ll think the Morninglord converted to Christianity. THIS IS IT!!!
Beneath Strahd’s tomb, a gargantuan undead monstrosity rises. Can the heroes rescue Nadja from its clutches before the Darklord returns to finish them off? It’s the penultimate battle!
Did the Big O blow his cinematic wad on his first try? Did his last, unfinished project hint at greater glory? Scott and Marty ponder these and other unanswerables in this plus-sized episode. Citizen Kane (1941, Dir. Orson Welles) Touch of Evil (1958, Dir. Orson Welles) Necromancy (1972, Dir. Bert I. Gordon) The Other Side…Details
The heroes await word from Nadja, who has wriggled into Ravenloft’s depths in pursuit of Strahd. A ghostly, musical interlude provides a glimpse at the OG Red Wedding.