Dinner for Fiends: A Look Back at 2010

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.

Uncle Creepy, Buz, Foywonder, and special guest fiend AJ Bowen (The Signal, Hatchet II, House of the Devil) gather round the campfire for a super-sized Dinner for Fiends discussing an endless amount of topics on and off the subject of recapping the disappointing horror year of 2010.

More love for Piranha 3D.

More hate for the Nightmare on Elm Street remake.

Are psychological thrillers truly horror films?

Reasons the horror genre gets such a bad rap.

The greatness and madness of Werner Herzog and Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.

How much better horror programming on television has become of late.

“I thought Human Centipede was a SyFy movie about a guy with a hundred legs!”

Somehow AJ Bowen and I get into a heated debate over Tron: Legacy that I’m still not sure how it happened or why other than I was in a cranky moood and that movie really sucks.

If for no other reason you’ll want to tune in to hear tales of an inebriated Tony Todd.

A long show with so many topics I can’t even remember enough to list here.

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  • kiddcapone

    I’m assuming this was taken down? It doesn’t load and is not listed with the other episodes?

    • The Woman In Black

      Are you trying the MP3 version? It works fine. It does still need to be added to the podcast directory; however, the person who does it for us is out of town without access to the correct software.

      • kiddcapone

        I did click the MP3 version. It just says downloading and nothing loads. I even let it sit for over an hour because I forgot it was minimized on my screen.

  • DavidFullam

    Ah, pointless Rob Zombie hate. Yes folks, it’s Dinner for Fiends at Dread Central. BTW, which of Kasch’s boyfriends’ gave him the hand job? Tony Todd or Jerry O’Connel?

  • Genrewriter

    Good stuff, nice to have you guys back. I do have to say that the greatest Nicolas Cage performance is not Port of Call New Orleans (though that was great), but rather a little known movie called Deadfall which his brother directed. Everyone should see this as it has Cage at his most insane, before he had nothing to prove. It’s amazing how insane the man is in it and he’s really only onscreen for about thirty minutes tops.

    Onto horror stuff though, yeah, 2010 was not a great year for the genre. Can’t wait to see Hatchet II, it sounds awesome.