Douglas Arthur is joined by guest hosts Michael Noble of Hotchka.com and Jim Fitzsimons of Dimland Radio to discuss the cult classic concert film Urgh! A Music War! which features performances of many of the great punk, post-punk, and new wave bands of the late 70’s and early 1980’s, including Wall Of Voodoo, Devo, The … Continue reading
Join host Douglas Arthur for an in-depth look at the 1995 techno-dance album 1000 Fires by former 80’s porn queen Traci Lords. Full of great beats and sonic surprises!
Released at Christmastime 2014, host Douglas Arthur evokes the melancholy spirit of the holidays with a recitation of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fable, The Little Match Girl.
Host Douglas Arthur is joined again by Jim Fitzsimons from Dimland Radio for a fun and in-depth discussion of Ken Russell’s little seen 1988 camp-horror masterpiece Lair Of The White Worm.
Douglas Arthur hosts another fun filled clip show of outtakes, bloopers and tangents from previous episodes featuring Jim Fitzsimons and Michael Noble! What’s in here? Who knows? It’s a mystery!
Episode 30-Godzilla 2014 Join Host Douglas Arthur and his usual cohorts, Jim Fitzsimons, Michael Nobel, and the internet whisperings of Rick Arthur as they discuss the new 2014 American Godzilla movie directed by Gareth Edwards! A roundtable of geekery if there ever was one!
Episode 29- What is your quest_ Jonny Quest! Host Douglas Arthur is joined once again by Dimland Radio’s Jim Fitzsimons on a rollicking race through the history of one of TV history’s most courageous and intelligent cartoon series: Johnny Quest! Originally posted in early 2014.
Episode 28- Glueleg-Heroic Doses Your host Douglas Arthur takes a look at the 1995 regional underground release, Heroic Doses, by Toronto band Glueleg. Heavy metal with a horn section. Good stuff.
Episode 27-The Residents Commercial Album Host Douglas Arthur ventures down the rabbit hole of strangeness to take an in depth look at the weird musical canoodlings of the Residents’ 1980 release The Commercial Album!
Episode 26 The Tell Tale Heart Released near Halloween 2013, host Douglas Arthur gives a spirited reading of the classic Poe story The Tell Tale Heart! Great for the holiday or anytime!
Host Douglas Arthur talks about his experience at FantaCon 2013 and the release of his new book Antisocial Lawnmower!
Host Douglas Arthur talks about his then upcoming book Antisocial Lawnmower and appearing at FantaCon 2013, and how it predicates him not making new episodes for a few months.
Host Douglas Arthur interviews the members of that merry band of internet pranksters, The Unbelievables! This involved crossing 8 times zones on two continents! Featuring music by Flaming Schwarzkopf Experience!
Host Douglas Arthur takes an in-depth look at one of the quirkiest albums of all-time, the 1989 release by actor and writer Crispin Glover: The Big Problem. Featuring music by the infamous Barnes and Barnes (which included Lost In Space’s Bill Mumy!), and the strange vocal stylings of Crispin Glover alternately reciting his writings and … Continue reading
Another fun-filled show of outtakes, unused bits, and unrelated tangents featuring Jim Fitzsimons from Dimland Radio! You never know what you’ll get!
Your host Douglas Arthur is joined by guest Jim Fitzsimons from Dimland Radio for a nostalgic look back at the wildly influential syndicated TV show, In Search Of… which was hosted by Leonard Nimoy and featured mini-documentaries on a variety of paranormal and unexplained phenomenon including Bigfoot, The Loch Ness Monster, UFO’s, and more!
Originally released on Christmas Eve 2013, your host Douglas Arthur gives a spirited reading of C. Clement Moore’s classic holiday poem!
Your host Douglas Arthur is joined by Marissa Rapier as they discuss life in a big family and the ghosts of toys from Christmases Past! This heartfelt discussion covers everything from Milky, The Marvelous Milking Cow to Alien! The Toy! Originally released near Christmas, but a great listen any time of year!
Your host Douglas Arthur delves into one of the strangest albums of the 80’s, Western Massachusetts band Pajama Slave Dancers‘ 1987 album Blood, Sweat, and Beers! Chock full of comedy gold, surf rock, country twang, and proto-rock/rap, this one has it all!
Bonus Mystery Outtake Show featuring leftover bits from Episode 15 with Michael Noble! So, more Night Of The Living Dead fun for the kiddies…and other tangents!