The Fourth Wall’s Halloween 2013 Podcast

31 10 2013


Risen from the grave, the Fourth Wall Podcast returns for a Halloween podcast as spooky, scary as a Werewolf Bar Mitzvah.  Jesse, Freddie and Danny give their top three underrated horror movies and discuss other things they’ve been up to this Halloween season.  Press play… if you dare.

[00:00] – Intro
[02:05] – Freddie’s 3 Underrated Horror Movies (Session 9, Martyrs, Dellamorte Dellamore [Cemetery Man])
[06:50] – Danny’s 3 Underrated Horror Movies (No Man’s Land: Rise of the Reeker, Tetsuo: The Bullet Man, George A. Romero’s Martin)
[18:40] – Jesse’s 3 Underrated Horror Movies (Trick r Treat, Grave Encounters, Wes Craven’s New Nightmare)
[32:40] – Jesse and Danny’s haunted attraction experiences (Fear City, Chicago; Knotts Berry Farm, CA; etc.)
[42:00] – Freddie re-watches Halloween 1 & 2
[45:15] – Danny watches Rifftrax horror movies
[46:55] – Jesse watches V/H/S 1 & 2
[55:25] – More movie reccomendations
[59:45] – Outro

Intro Music: Bobby Brown – “On Our Own” (Ghostbusters II)


17 06 2013

3 voices. 3 films. Freddie, Art, and Jesse discuss Straw Dogs, Mother’s Day, and Fright Night. Should you see the original, the remake, or just avoid them both like a leaping ear-less hillbilly she witch? Listen and find out. Also! Listen closely to the start of the podcast for a chance to win some free stuff!

Time Codes:
– [0:01:01] Intro
– [0:01:43] Contest Info
– [0:04:04] Straw Dogs
– [0:30:55] Mother’s Day
– [1:00:42] Fright Night
– [1:26:57] Outro


22 02 2013

3 voices. 4 films. Freddie, Art, and Jesse discuss The Wolfman, The Crazies, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Piranha 3-D. Should you see the original, the remake, or just avoid them both like a bloodthirsty swarm of flesh-eating piranha? Listen and find out.

The Walking Dead Game : Episode 1 Review

14 05 2012
By Jesse

It’s hard to believe the success that The Walking Dead has achieved over the past couple of years. A huge fan base, an insanely successful TV show, and now a video game. At first thought, many may scoff at the idea, but they’d really be missing out.

The game was created by TellTale games. They are best well known for recently producing the highly acclaimed Back to The Future: The Game, and the less well received Jurassic Park: The Game. In the eight years the company has been around, they’ve almost perfected the point-and-click style of gaming. Recently, they’ve been looking for inspiration from fan-favorite films and television shows. Even with their impressive resume, it was a question if TellTale could pull it off. In short… Hell yes, they did.

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