Friday, April 26, 2013

HEP - 33 - Rabbits and Tigers and Bigfoot - Oh My!

This week the guys are set adrift with the gorgeous film of survival and spiritual discovery, Life of Pi and must appease it with bioluminescent wheels and bigfoot sightings. Also, vicious rabbits beat up on poor defenseless snakes.

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Hillarious reviews of How to Avoid Huge Ships
Matt Forbeck
Albert's review of/Jasper Fforde fanfiction story about Carpathia.
Harcore History
Marine Lightwheels
Rabbit vs. Snake

Next week we'll be talking about the surrealist masterpiece by Jan Svankmajer, Alice

Friday, April 12, 2013

HEP - 31 - Don't Fear the CGI Reaper

This week, the guys take a look at The Frighteners, and try to figure out how Peter Jackson went from this to making Lord of the Rings; Albert espouses the greatness of Total Failure.



Evil Dead
Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made
Double Dead
Jack the Giant Killer

Friday, April 5, 2013

HEP - 30 - Mr. Boogie's 24hr Film Supply Store

This week we travel to a curious parallel universe where lighting takes the place of logic, and obscure Babylonian deities try to make good on that warehouse full of Super 8 film they bought back in the sixties; it's our review of Sinister. Later we answer more of your weird questions and spoil the crap out of Game of Thrones (but it's at the end of the episode and we give you plenty of warning, so never fear if you'd like to avoid aforesaid spoilers.)


The Amityville Horror: A True Story (it isn't really, though).
"The Rains of Castamere"
Joseph Devon

Monday, April 1, 2013

Short Echoes Prompt -3- Hacking the Time Machine

What do we want? Time travel stories! When do we want them? That's irrelevant! No, wait, I meant to say April 26th! I think I messed that up. Let's travel back to the past and fix that, shall we?

This month's flash fiction prompt is "hacking the time machine" inspired by this post from the inimitable Start Your Novel blog.

We've seen all manner of time travel stories, but this month we're looking for a new spin on the idea. As usual we'll pay the winner of the contest ten dollars and produce the story in audio form (Protip: we'll be reading the story aloud, so you should think about doing the same before you send in your submission; smooth out anything that might trip up the delivery.) Please tell your story in no more than 1,000 words and send it on to hepodcast @ before the contest closes on April 26th.