The 13th Floor


Tomorrow, Friday, January 13th marks the return of our very own horror podcast Shock Waves. It’ll be the first episode of the year and our first episode back after the extended holiday break. In it, we’ll be looking ahead at our most anticipated horror movies of 2017, but if you need a quick podcast fix, might I suggest the other show I co-host, TWO DUDES TALKING. (It’s literally, as the name suggests, just that!)


Not long ago, my good friend (and contributor) Tony Giles, who also hosts The Damn Fine Cast – my favorite soundtrack-related podcast – approached me with the idea of launching a casual and candid weekly podcast where we would rap about things outside of our normal expertise. Since I’m the horror guy, and he’s the soundtrack guy, we figured this could be our outlet for all things pop culture, whether it be comic books, music, non-genre films, etc.

On our latest episode, we run through a series of topics starting with David Bowie and Oasis, and through to films such as SING STREET, LA LA LAND, X-MEN: APOCALYPSE and FIGHT CLUB. The final portion of this particular episode, we spend a considerable amount of time discussing the recently wrapped first season of THE EXORCIST! Since this episode touches upon that horror series, figured it’d be as good a time as any to recommend our new show to you, our loyal readers & listeners. It’s embedded below for your convenience. You can find this show, and several others over on The Damn Fine Network Facebook page.

Also, in this podcast, I talk a bit about one of my favorite scenes from the finale. Obvious spoilers ahead if you haven’t watched yet, but here it is embedded directly from the Facebook page! If anything, I think it’ll give you incentive to watch if you haven’t already!


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