If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It (movies)

On a very special edition of If It Bleeds, Byrd and Trev welcome Don May Jr. of Synapse Films for their very first guest interview! Synapse has been one of the top boutique labels for cult and genre films for years. We talk at length with Don about a variety of topics, including what it takes to keep a small home video company going, the direction of home media, streaming, 4k, working with directors like Tobe Hooper and George Romero, giving Adam Wingard his big break, the decision behind Synapse's release of Triumph of the Will, and the upcoming definitive blu-ray of the Dario Argento classic, Suspiria! Kick back and enjoy. You don't wanna miss this one!

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Category:movies -- posted at: 11:03pm EST

Byrd, Trev, and special guest the Goat (Hillbilly DVD Reviews, 1980s Movie Graveyard, The Goat Show) discuss the current state of cinema.  We discuss the reliance on blockbusters, blockbuster/franchise fatigue, theaters vs. streaming, the effects of Rotten Tomatoes, the treatment of indie directors on blockbuster films, the "cinematic universe" syndrome, bad movie theater experiences, pandering to Hong Kong, and more!  There are a lot of changes going on in how we view and think about movies, and we'll get into the pros and cons of all of it!  But first, a tribute to the late, great, George A. Romero.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 6:35pm EST

Byrd and Trev take some time to celebrate one of their favorite directors, David Lynch.  With Twin Peaks coming back for another season, we thought it would be a good idea to do a full retrospective of Lynch's career.  We discuss each of his films, our first exposure to his work, what we hope to get from the return of Twin Peaks, and much more!


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Category:movies -- posted at: 10:29pm EST

Byrd and Trev return with our sort of late review of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.  We also discuss the passing of Carrie Fisher and what the future may hold for Princess Leia.  We also deliver on our promise to review the first season of the Exorcist TV series and the recently released directors cut of Exorcist III.  But first, we discuss our inexplicable recent fascination with Tyler Perry's Madea films and the weird current state of the DC Extended Universe films.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 10:52pm EST

On the latest edition of If It Bleeds, Byrd and Trev take a look at Marvel's latest event film, Captain America: Civil War.  But first, they look at two older, more obscure Marvel comics films and discuss the days when the name "Marvel" didn't necessarily spell success to film goers.  The films in question are Captain America (1990) and Man-Thing (2005).  How do they hold up these days?  Did they ever hold up to begin with?  Listen and find out! 

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Category:movies -- posted at: 8:25pm EST

For their second audio commentary, Byrd and Trev take a look at the much maligned (or misunderstood if you listen to Trev) Superman III.  While many see this as a confused Richard Pryor vehicle, some still think it holds up as an enjoyable third romp for Supes.  Watch and listen with the boys as they unpack one of the strangest superhero films ever made!

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Category:movies -- posted at: 10:05pm EST

The Great Allegiant Experiment

In March of 2016, Byrd and Trev underwent a daring and bold experiment in podcasting... to drop themselves smack dab into the middle of the Divergent film franchise.  They went and saw Allegiant, the latest movie in the series, without seeing the previous films, reading the books, or having even the smallest bit of passing knowledge of the plot.  Listen as they try to figure out what happened in this movie, what happened in the previous films, and what happens in the next and final film.  But be warned, these are the ramblings of madmen.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 8:29pm EST

Join Byrdman v. Snyderman as they dive into Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and try to figure out just what this movie was exactly.  This is HEAVY on spoilers for the entire episode, so listen if you've seen the movie or just don't care.  But first, they talk about their childhood love of the title characters, discuss Daredevil Season 2, and Trev talks about Pee Wee's Big Holiday.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 10:08am EST

It Bleeds tackles one of the most beloved superhero movies of all time in their first ever audio commentary! Why does a huge Spidey fan like Byrd dislike this movie? Why do Trev and the rest of the Spidey loving world love it so much? How does the movie hold up in a post-Avengers world? Watch the movie with us and find out the answers to these questions and more!

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Category:movies -- posted at: 3:32pm EST

On this episode, Byrd and Trev take a look back at the history of dinosaur movies.  From the O'Brien and Harryhausen classics to obscure b-movies, obscure Japanese productions to a brief history of Theodore Rex, this episode will suit all your dinosaur movie needs.  Then, they hop into the biggest dino series of all time with a look back at the Jurassic Park films and a review of Jurassic World.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 8:08pm EST

Slowhand Radio MCU Spectacular Part One

The Slowhand Radio podcast event of the summer starts here, true believers.  Its part one of the Slowhand Radio Marvel Cinematic Universe special!  Starting here on If It Bleeds, and continuing on Hillbilly DVD Reviews and Second Run, join TreVision, The Mighty Byrd, The Invincible Jelli Man, Sorce Widow, The Incredible Goat, HawCorey, and  Captain Am-Eric as they unpack the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.  On Phase One of this mega-special, we unpack all the MCU films released prior to 2012's The Avengers.  Enjoy and stay tuned to Hillbilly DVD Reviews for Part 2 of this podcasting spectacular! 

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Category:movies -- posted at: 10:25pm EST

On this episode, we play around with a new themed format for the show where we discuss our favorite bad movies and what makes them so wonderful.  But first we catch you up on what we've been watching, we give you some news on Spider-Man, Alien, and IMDB post of the month.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 7:08pm EST

On this episode, we have reviews for Transformers: Age of Extinction, Edge of Tomorrow, 22 Jump Street, and the Rover, as well as news on future Marvel and DC movies, and some new Star Wars announcements.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 3:38am EST

In part one of a two-part spectacular, Byrd and Trev are joined by special guest Jelli, from Second Run Podcast, for an in-depth, decade-by-decade break-down of 50 years of X-Men comics. The guys also share their favorite and least favorite X-Men characters (controversy!), reminisce about the '90s cartoon, and discuss why they believe the X-Men have proven to be such an indelible franchise. [www.slowhandradio.com]

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Category:movies -- posted at: 7:28pm EST

Byrd and Trev share their favorite and least favorite films of 2013, as well as look forward to the year ahead with their most anticipated movies of 2014. Plus, reviews of The Hobbit 2, Spike Jonze's "Her" and the new horror remake from Jim Mickle, "We Are What We Are."

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Category:movies -- posted at: 7:47am EST

On this episode, Trev, Byrd and special guest Tang give reviews of Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the first half of Walking Dead Season 4, and Jackie Chan's Chinese Zodiac.  But first, news on Spider-Man, Godzilla, X-Men, and Batman/Superman!

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Category:movies -- posted at: 7:25pm EST

On this episode, we review Thor: The Dark World, Trev gives us a run down of Curse of Chucky, and we discuss the recent announcement of Netflix working on some new shows with Marvel Studios.

Intro Music- Thor- "Thunder on the Tundra"
Outro music- Melvins- God of Thunder (Kiss cover)

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Category:movies -- posted at: 6:00pm EST

On this very special episode, we discuss the long and varied career of Nicolas Cage.  Join us and some special guests for live coverage from a Cage marathon and an in depth discussion on the man's various roles and the public's perception of him.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 10:46pm EST

REVIEW MADNESS!  On this edition of If It Bleeds, we have another review heavy episode.  This time we review Elysium, Kick Ass 2, Only God Forgives, You're Next and The World's End.  But first, we obviously had to weigh in on Batfleck!


On this edition of If It Bleeds, we review Hatchet III and the Maniac remake and Byrd loses his mind over Pacific Rim while Trev tries to keep him from crying.  But first, our news roundup with news on Spider-Man, X-Force, and Olboy.

Outro music: Rob- Haunted (Maniac soundtrack)

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Category:movies -- posted at: 1:40pm EST

On this edition of If It Bleeds, we take a look at World War Z and the long awaited Man of Steel.  But first, we have some concerning Spider-Man news, Jurassic Park 4 details and some other little bits.  Enjoy.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 8:01pm EST

On this episode, we review Iron Man 3, Michael Bay's Pain and Gain, Rob Zombie's Lords of Salem and Brandon Cronenberg's Antiviral.  You may find the results of these reviews surprising.  We also have some brief news bits about the Avengers, Fantastic Four and X-Men.


On this episode, we give you a review of Harmony Korine's Spring Breakers, then we review the new Chan Wook Park film Stoker.  But first, some news bits about Jurassic Park 4, Planet of the Apes, Evil Dead, X-Men, and Captain America.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 1:11am EST

On this episode, we give you a preview of 2013's movie schedule and we review Don Coscarelli's new film John Dies At The End.  But first, we have a news breakdown with the latest on Star Wars and JJ Abrams, X-Men, Marvel Phase 2, Spider-Man, Justice League, and Man of Steel.


This week we have our most review heavy episode yet with reviews of The Last Stand, Mama, Jack Reacher, Zero Dark Thirty, Les Miserables, Compliance and Sleep Tight.  But first, Trev catches up with the last Resident Evil movie and describes the experience.  We also have a case to make against Arnold and his aging action hero cohorts.


After another unplanned hiatus, we've returned with our take on 2012 in movies with our best and worst of lists.  But before that, we have reviews of the Hobbit:An Unexpected Journey, Django Unchained, and news regarding the Walking Dead and Spider-Man.


On this episode, we have the return of special guest and Star Wars guru Ryan for all kinds of Star Wars talk.  But first, we start with brief reviews of Taken 2, Argo and Wreck It Ralph, then we review Skyfall and dig deep into the past, present and future of James Bond.  After that, we offer opinions and speculation on the future of Star Wars with the news of Disney buying the series and prepping a new trilogy.


On this episode, we have reviews for Lawless and Beasts of the Southern Wild, news concerning Bates Motel and the Robocop and Videodrome remakes, and some advice for Shia LaBeouf.

Also, some words on the deaths of Tony Scott and Michael Clarke Duncan.


After a small hiatus, we return with an action packed episode.   Reviews for the Expendables 2 and the Bourne Legacy!  The recent Punisher short "Dirty Laundry!"  News about Avengers 2, Daredevil, and X-Men!  Prometheus 2!  The Hobbit to be made into 100 hour epic!  Trailers for The Last Stand, Bullet in the Head, and Cloud Atlas!  Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart break up!  We have superheroes! Spectacle!  Action! Betrayal! Romance!  Don't miss it!


On this episode, we unpack the final installment in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy.  We give a lengthy review, as well as discuss fan reactions, where the franchise could go in the future, and the current climate of the superhero genre.

Just a heads up there are some instances of static in the middle of the podcast (from about the 36 minute mark until the 49 minute mark).  If it gets too annoying, you can always fast forward... but be warned, that's when we get into spoilers.

Intro music- Batman (1966 theme)

Outro music- Wesley Willis "I Whupped Batman's Ass"

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Category:movies -- posted at: 11:38am EST

On this episode, Trev recounds the sights, sounds, and smells of his third outing to the San Diego Comic-Con.  He recaps his adventures and we run down the massive news dump from the convention panels, including announcements and preview footage for the upcoming Marvel films, Pacific Rim, Godzilla, Man of Steel, and the Hobbit.  But first, we give send our sincere condolences to the victims of the Colorodo Dark Knight Rises shooting.


On this edition, we present our Spider-Man Spectacular, in which Byrd and Trev talk about all the Spidey films, including a detailed review of the new reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man.  But first, brief reviews for Magic Mike and the Asylum's Air Collision, as well as news on some new Marvel films.

Note: The first 10 minutes consist of recovered audio from a failed first take of the show, so the audio is a bit quieter than the rest.

Outro music: Ramones- Spider-Man theme


On this episode, we talk about some recent superhero movie news: Venom, JLA, Captain America 2, and Green Lantern.  We also discuss recent news regarding World War Z and Phantasm 5.  Byrd reviews Snow White and the Huntsmen...  And of course, what we've all been waiting for, a LOT of Prometheus talk, including our review and thoughts on the film's reception.


On this episode, we talk about the GI Joe 2 delay, Battleship and the box office, the recent outbreak of cannibalism, the Hannibal and Clarice Starling shows, the thin line between fanboy and critic, and give a review for Piranha 3DD.


On this episode, we discuss some news regarding Django Unchained and Star Trek 2, and Trev blesses us with his Dark Shadows review.  There were some major software crashes and audio problems during the Dark Shadows segment, so there is about 10 minutes with some slight static.  Please excuse our incomptetence! 


After a 3 week hiatus, we come back with this giant episode.  Byrd, Trev, and guest host Ryan talk new trailers for The Dark Knight Rises, Amazing Spider-Man, Total Recall, and Expendables 2, recent statements from Guillermo del Toro and James Cameron about their current plans, and of course, a review and a lot of talk about Avengers.


On this episode, we talk about casting news for the Carrie remake, the Looper trailer, and give reviews for the FearNet original show Holliston and the new film Cabin in the Woods, among other random nonsense.


On this episode,  Byrd and Trev give their thoughts on the news of a possible Child's Play sequel and remake, Michael Bay's comments on the Ninja Turtles reboot, Walking Dead Season 2, and Trev reviews Hunger Games


On this episode, Byrd and Trev talk about the Dark Shadows trailer, debate the merits of Tim Burton, news the of Garbage Pail Kids and Leprechaun remakes, and our first glimpse of Henson Studios' Happytime Murders

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Category:movies -- posted at: 1:42pm EST

On this episode, Byrd, Trev, and Ryan talk John Carter, recent trailers for The Avengers, Men In Black III, Piranha 3DD, Prometheus and Hunger Games, and the return of the Celebrity Phone Hacker.


Byrd, Trev, and special guest and Academy Awards fan Justin break down everything about the Oscars.  We talk the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Academy Awards past, present and future.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 4:27pm EST

Byrd and Trev review the new African zombie film The Dead, and dive head first into Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.  They also ponder Nicolas Cage's career choices, and the future of the Ghost Rider franchise.  All this and some ongoing commentary on the first Ghost Rider film, which just happened to be on television.  But before all that is some talk of Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, and the worst post-Blade Marvel films.


Music:

Intro: Rollins Band- Ghost Rider (Suicide cover)

Outro: Suicide- Ghost Rider


On this episode, Byrd, Trev, and special guest Star Wars fanboy Ryan talk the good, the bad, and the ugly of The Phantom Menace 3D and the Star Wars franchise.  But first, post-Super Bowl weekend trailer talk, including the Avengers, The Amazing Spider-Man, John Carter, and Wrath of the Titans

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Category:movies -- posted at: 11:19am EST

On this episode, Byrd and Trev review the Grey, Chronicle and the new Hammer film, the Woman In Black.  First there is some brief news regarding the Evil Dead remake, the Munsters reboot, Cloverfield 2, and the passing of Bill Hinzman.  DISCLAIMER:  There were some unpredictable technical problems during the recording, so there are a few minutes that have heavy static.  But they don't last long, so bear with us!

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Category:movies -- posted at: 9:34pm EST

On this episode, Byrd reviews the new David Cronenberg film, A Dangerous Method, and Byrd and Trev discuss the Oscar Nominees, news on Dr Strange and The Amazing Spider-Man, and Nicholas Cage being crazy, among other assorted topics.


On this episode, Trev reviews the new Underworld film, Byrd reviews Red Tails, and the duo review the new John Landis film, Burke and Hare.  They also give their thoughts on the news of George Lucas retiring from Hollywood and attempt to understand his warped mind.


Byrd and Trev discuss the announcement of a Psycho prequel series, Quentin Tarantino's perplexing Best of 2011 list, and more Thor 2 drama.  Then they go through Steven Spielberg's entire filmography in an attempt to find out once and for all if he has more good movies than bad.


Byrd and Trev discuss the perplexing success of the Devil Inside, the biggest flops of 2011, reviews of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and The Last Circus, and debate the trend of actors coming out and saying their movies suck after their release... there's also a lengthy tangent about porn in there somewhere.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 10:28am EST

Here is part 2 of the first recording of 2012 with reviews of Mission Impossible 4, the American remake of Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Spielberg's Adventures of TinTin.  


Disclaimer:  There is some very minor static in the first 30 minutes or so of the show.


On this episode, Byrd and Trev ring in the new year by going over their favorite films of 2011 and Byrd bitches about Amazing Spider-Man plot details.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 10:44am EST

On this episode, Byrd and Trev discuss an assload of new trailers including Ghost Rider 2, Dracula 3D, Men In Black III, Expendables 2, the Dictator, Jack the Giant Killer, Cabin in the Woods, and the Dark Knight Rises, ponder the director turmoil surrounding Thor 2, Trev reviews the new Sherlock Holmes film, and the duo review Lars Von Trier's apocalyptic drama Melancholia.


On this episode, Byrd and Trev discuss the pitched Starship Troopers and American Psycho remakes, and the Munsters plot synopsis, Byrd reviews the indie thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene, and the discuss the wild and varied filmography of Takashi Miike, including reviewing his new superhero comedy Zebraman 2.


On this episode of If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It, Trev reviews Alexander Payne's The Descendants, Byrd reviews Martin Scorsese's new 3D film Hugo, and the two review the horror-comedy anthology Chillerama.  


On this episode Byrd and Trev talk about the Muppets, Dark Knight Rises plot details, review Pedro Almodóvar's new Spanish horror/thriller The Skin I Live In.  But first, they address the dangers of watching 15 straight hours of Star Wars and whether or not they would eat the flesh of Steven Spielberg.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 7:33pm EST

On this episode, Byrd and Trev deliver a free form discussion that covers many topics including Puss n Boots, the Munsters reboot, Three Stooges, Dark Shadows, 2016- the insane Alien/Terminator film from Ghana, Blade Runner 2, the Hannibal TV show, Twilight: Breaking Dawn, more on the Evil Dead remake, and wondering what the deal is with Mickey Rourke.


On this episode, Byrd and Trev give their thoughts on the Walking Dead and American Horror Story so far and concept art for the abandoned Crow reboot, Trev reviews the recent sci-fi film In Time, and the two review the recent Edgar Wright produced creature feature Attack the Block.  After that its all downhill as the podcast goes totally off the rails as the two discuss the nature of fan films as Byrd tries, and ultimately fails to describe why they annoy him, in a debate that pretty much goes nowhere.  This is what happens when a podcast self destructs.  We're not perfect!

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Category:movies -- posted at: 11:15am EST

On this episode, Byrd and Trev discuss a wide variety of topics including news about the Maniac remake, the proposed Punisher TV series, the Akira remake, Benicio Del Toro possibly being cast in the new Star Trek, the perplexing Youtube trend of people opening DVDs and showing their DVD collections, and why nerds feel like their favorite properties need to be darker to be cool.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 4:44pm EST

On this Halloween episode, Byrd and Trev talk Evil Dead remake news, give a slew of horror movie recommendations, talk about what they like to watch on Halloween and do horror movie lightning rounds.  Don't miss this spooktacular episode!  Happy Halloween!

Music:

Intro- Misfits: "Halloween"

Outro- Vincent Price's "Thriller Laugh" and John Carpenter's "Halloween Theme"


On the evening of October 23rd, 2011, horror fans Kyle Byrd and Trevor Snyder recorded a podcast containing Halloween movie recommendations, opinions on the Season Two premiere of The Walking Dead and a discussion on the "found footage" trend in the horror genre. They were never heard from again. This is that recording.

Music:

Intro: Roky Erickson- "Night of the Vampire"

Outro: Type O Negative- "All Hallow's Eve"

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Category:movies -- posted at: 7:51am EST

Join us for another horror-centric October podcast as Byrd and Trev review Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence), give another big round of horror movie recommendations, and briefly touch on the Avengers trailer and the Thing "premake."

Intro- Fantomas- "Spider Baby"

Outro- Misfits- "London Dungeon"


On this episode, Byrd and Trev pay tribute to recently deceased B-movie icon David Hess, review the long awaited director's cut of Guillermo del Toro's Mimic, Trev gives a belated review of Scream 4, and the two review the recently released thriller A Horrible Way To Die.  And its October, so that means another massive round of horror movie recommendations!  

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Category:movies -- posted at: 6:25am EST

Byrd and Trev kick off an October of Halloween-themed shows, which means even more horror talk than usual. This week, the two recommend some lesser-known fright flicks and review the current release Tucker & Dale vs. Evil. But first, Trev defends himself against Byrd's accusations of being a necrophile!

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Category:movies -- posted at: 2:16pm EST

On this episode, Trev and Byrd have a free form discussion that includes discussing the merits (or lack thereof) full screen DVDs, the recent director change for Thor 2, and contemplating whether or not Marvel truly knows what they are doing with their Avengers properties.  And of course, the IMDB post of the week.


On this episode, Trev and Byrd discuss the confusing wide release of the film Creature, the perplexing existence of movie novelizations and give reviews for Steven Soderberg's virus epic Contagion and the new crime drama Drive starring Ryan Gosling.  Also, some brief news about the Walking Dead and the Evil Dead remake and IMDB Post of the Week.


With Byrd off in Vegas living his version of "The Hangover," Trev invites Brad to guest host the show and defend his "love" for AMC in the Walking Dead showdown.  They also discuss the future of the X-Men franchise and why its future may not necessarily be a sequel to X-Men: First Class or even with Professor X and Magneto involved. Last but not least, they break down the new Fall TV shows and tell you what they're excited to see...and what they're not (SPOILER: Glee). 


This week Byrd and Trev discuss the changes made to the new Star Wars Blu-Rays, more in the ongoing Walking Dead drama, and the biggest bombs of the summer.  Also, recurring segments, IMDB post of the week with two brilliant Shark Night 3D reviews, and We Don't Get It, this week examining steampunk.

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On this edition of If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It, Byrd and Trev plead for Dan Aykroyd to stop talking about Ghostbusters 3, discuss the new Superman costume, the awfulness of the new Hellraiser movie and debut new segments, IMDB Post of the Week, and We Don't Get It, which focuses on the Archie Comics phenomenon this week.  After all that mayhem, the two review the new Guillermo del Toro written/produced remake of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.  Don't miss it.

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On this edition of If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It, Byrd and Trev weigh in on the news oft a possible Batman/Superman movie and a Blade Runner sequel, Trev reviews Final Destination 5, the duo review the Fright Night remake, speculate on why that film and the new Conan reboot bombed at the box office and talk about the current place that remakes have in Hollywood.  Also, Byrd's mom randomly interrupts the podcast to tell us why the first Mortal Kombat movie is great.  And what does Lisa Loeb have to do with any of this?  Listen to find out!


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Category:movies -- posted at: 7:34am EST

On this edition of If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It, Byrd, Trev and guest host Erichka discuss the recent plague of nerd rage, the new Thor 2 director, new revelations about the behind the scenes shakeup with the Walking Dead, give recommendations to James Gunn's Super and the documentary Zombie Girl, and talk Planet of the Apes with a retrospective on the series and a review of the new film.  Listen up!

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Category:movies -- posted at: 1:50am EST

On this debate heavy edition of If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It, Byrd and Trev talk Green Lantern 2 news, praise Jim Mickle's apocalyptic vampire movie Stake Land, argue over modern racial casting in Hollywood and its place in pre-existing franchises, and review Cowboys and Aliens.  Because you demanded it, this episode has 50% more arguing than usual!

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On this edition of If It Bleed, We Can Kill It, Byrd and Trev speculate on the Spider-Man reboot, review Captain America, talk the Walking Dead's personnel change, and Trev tells tales from San Diego Comic-Con... and Power Rangers.

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Category:movies -- posted at: 2:30am EST

Because the listeners demanded it, a super-sized edition of If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It.  This time, Byrd and Trev discuss Clint  Eastwood's connection to the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie, wonder why the Thing prequel exists, argue over Diablo Cody writing the new Evil Dead, and review The Ward and ponder John Carpenter's current place in the horror scene.  Trev also pitches his big budget Power Rangers movie!

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Category:movies -- posted at: 7:28am EST

In this edition of If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It, Byrd and Trev review Hobo With A Shotgun, the pitfalls of the faux grindhouse movie trend, discuss the Alien franchise, and speculate on Ridley Scott's upcoming Alien prequel Prometheus.  Suprisingly they don't argue as much in this episode, but don't let that keep you from listening!

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On the second episode of If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It, Byrd and Trev debate Michael Bay's place in the world, Trev reviews Transformers 3, get confounded by Spielberg's War Horse trailer, the two try to make sense of the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre plot summary, and Trev unknowingly wishes death on one of his idols.


In the first episode of If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It, a Culture Wedge podcast, Byrd and Trev discuss whether Spielberg's influence will help or hurt Falling Skies, if hipsters' detached irony is ruining the things they love, the hits and misses of Time Magazine's Top 25 Animated Films of All Time list, and the new trailers for Captain America and A Dangerous Method. Oh, and they also ask Blake Lively to send them more "candid" photos.


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