Dinner for Fiends
The Rapture didn’t happen, but we did finally record a new Dinner for Fiends. An uproarious, epic-sized edition that Uncle Creepy feels may be one of the best ever. We’ll let you decide on that.
Ring the dinner bell because Dinner For Fiends is back for a jam-packed feature length episode filled with everything from thoughtful to heated discussion.
Do you have 90+ minutes and nothing better to do than listen to us ramble on for an hour-and-a-half about the year in horror cinema that was and whatever else springs to mind? If not, oh, is this ever the wrong Dinner For Fiends for you.
The avarice never ends! "I want news updates and reviews. I want a podcast. I want a pony so I can ride it twice, get bored and sell it to make glue." Look, I don't wanna make waves, but this whole Christmas season is stupid, stupid, stupid, and so's the idea of having a Christmas edition of your precious Dinner for Fiends!
Turkey is typically the main course for Thanksgiving dinner. On this Thanksgiving edition of Dinner For Fiends we'll be talking about a couple of turkeys.
Dinner for Fiends is back to serve up its latest fast-paced, jam-packed edition. The Last Exorcism. Piranha 3D. Resident Evil: Afterlife. Machete. Devil. ABC's "Wipeout".
Prepare for the most suspenseful Dinner For Fiends of all time. In addition to a quite rambunctious discussion over several of this summer's high profile genre offerings, on this high energy installment one of our very own chimes in pulled over on the side of the road by order of police due to imminent threat of a tornado warning. But if one staff member is under threat of tornadic doom, then why is it another keeps mysteriously vanishing from the show?
After the very controversial Friday the 3rd Taint episode of Dinner for Fiends reared its head last year, we've all been bracing for one thing ... just how bad the announced remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street would be. Well. It certainly didn't disappoint.
Did you miss us? We have returned after a lengthy hiatus brought on by scheduling conflicts and a technical meltdown that erased the last Dinner For Fiends, and what a loaded program we have for you! Finally, the first DFF of 2010, and being that we're nearly three months into the new year, that means there is a lot of ground to cover and still find time for the usual off-topic nonsense.
We know what you guys are wondering. "Where the hell is Dinner For Fiends?" Well, we got together and did one, and as per usual there was over an hour's worth of chaos for you guys to dig on. Or so we thought. Let me start from the beginning.
Ready to kick back and enjoy the holiday weekend with your favorite lovable loonies? Good, because we're ready to engage in the act of giving you some good aural, yuletide style.
Why am I writing an intro article for a new edition of Dinner For Fiends when I could be playing Left 4 Dead 2? For that matter, why did we waste an hour recording a new Dinner For Fiends when we should have been playing Left 4 Dead 2? Well, we did. So if you're not playing Left 4 Dead 2 and can fit this podcast into your schedule, then join Uncle Creepy, Foywonder, Andrew Kasch, and Matt Fini as we talk about the most recent horrifying offerings.
Ok, so sometimes we're a little slow, but we usually deliver the goods so quit your bitchin'! Gear up for part one of our look at this Halloween season's biggest hits and misses.
Ok, now this one? It isn't pretty. It's not even close to pretty. Are you ready for what could be the most profanity laden (and longest) Dinner for Fiends yet?
Time for the podcasts to start heating up again now that there's finally some genre fare cooking to talk about! Are you ready for a heaping helping of spite, dick jokes, and hilarity? We know you are!