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Terror Transmission

Description: The Greatest Horror Commentary Podcast... EVER!

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EP117: The Haunted Palace

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Have you not gorged yourself enough on episodes? Well then, Terror Fiends, taste the soft bare flesh of our commentary on the 1963 release of The Haunted Palace. Entitle yourself to the small amusements of film facts, Poe/Lovecraft comparisons, British lip smacking, cinematic cleavage, Matt's beard...

EP116: A Bay of Blood

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Dear homeowners. While you were on vacation, we broke into your house, upturned some furniture, got loaded, and played a whole lot of crazy music. But we were so inebriated, we left behind a recording of our criminal commentary on 1971's A Bay of Blood. Your nerves might even twitch if you knew what...

EP116: A Bay of Blood

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Dear homeowners. While you were on vacation, we broke into your house, upturned some furniture, got loaded, and played a whole lot of crazy music. But we were so inebriated, we left behind a recording of our criminal commentary on 1971's A Bay of Blood. Your nerves might even twitch if you knew what...

EP115: King Kong (1976)

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And now, Terror Fiends, we're going to give you the greatest thing your ears have ever beheld! The Eighth Wonder of the World... Matt and Jason's commentary on the 1976 remake of King Kong. But don't be alarmed, ladies and gentlemen. It's all money and adventure and fame for your handsome hosts as t...

EP114: King Kong (1933)

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Beauty might have killed the beast but there is no way to shackle down and tame this episode of Terror Transmission. Matt and Jason are liquored up and ready to take you on a grim expedition through the dense jungle of Skull Island for their captive commentary on 1933's King Kong. You might not get...

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