Here are the latest episodes of some awesome podcasts from around the web. I haven’t reviewed any of them yet, so you may want to check the respective sites for more information before you download. Enjoy!
(Oh, wait! You can also find information about the below podcasts on my About the Podcasts page.)
•• General Interest ••
Starting with Airline Pilot Guy, Captain Jeff talks about a near-miss in New York and the latest on the FAA’s views on using electronic devices on planes.
•• Films ••
Wildman Willis from the Terror Troop podcast joins the crew at Cinema Beef podcast for their first comic book film-themed episode. The guys at Cutting Room are still on summer hiatus, but they’ve uploaded Episode 7 Redux from the archive, where they talk about David Cronenberg and Jeff Schroeck.
The ladies at Creepy Kitch do a listeners’ choice episode, where they review Triangle (2009) and The Entity (1982). Mike and Shane at Corpse Cast listen to DevilDriver’s 2005 album, The Fury of Our Maker’s Hand, and then review the 1987 slasher Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night 2.
Dead on Demand unwinds V/H/S 2, and also takes a look at The Last Exorcism 2, American Mary, and a whole lot more. The guys at Drunken Zombie endure the ’80s ninja movie Miami Connection and also discuss Man Of Steel, The Purge, and Texas Chainsaw Massacre III.
NOTLP looks at The Frozen and Little Monsters. Patrick at ScreamQueenz looks way back at the awesome Peter Ustinov (Hercule Poirot) classic, Evil Under the Sun. The Terror Troop takes on two movies about immortality: The Asphyx from 1973 and The Frankenstein Theory from 2013.
•• Writing ••
The Creative Penn podcast looks at the rights of indie authors and how they can exploit them, as host Joanna Penn talks with author Orna Ross. Grammar Girl describes the strange paths that some English words took to get where they are today.
Chad and Chris at HPPodcraft offer up a spooky treat with The Dead Smile by F. Marion Crawford. Mur Lafferty has uploaded audio chapter 10 of The Shambling Guide to New York City. The gang at Writing Excuses talk about how to break down chapters as you write.