Cultdom Commentary: Doctor Who The Angels Take Manhattan
Dave, Mike and Ian are just finishing up writing funny messages on some Ming Vases when Perry G. stumbles in and wrecks the lot. As punishment he is sent back in time to 1938 to help the boys with this weeks Commentary: Doctor Who The Angels Take Manhattan. Series 7 Episode 5
Special episode of Cultdom Collective hosted by Rand alThor. In mid-2009, Victor Surge posted images to the SomethingAwful forums of a tall and slender man haunting various individuals. All investigations were hushed. Some years earlier, college film student Alex Kralie abandons his student film, Marble Hornets, and disappears altogether. Later, Alexs friend and fellow college film student Jay goes through the tapes left behind from the Marble Hornets film project, and begins uploading any strange footage to YouTube. On 23 November, 2010, Jay wakes up in a hotel room, with no memories of the past seven months of his life. There is only one other guest in the entire hotel, a young woman named Jessica. Since then other stories have cropped up around the Internet of lives devastated by a tall, slender, faceless figure in a businesssuit: Noah Maxwell, whose cousin Milo dies of a drug overdose, and soon Noah finds himself targetted by a Mr. Slim and a character known as the Observer; a group of friends who start up a prank fitness series featuring a friend dressing up as this entity which attracts the attention of the real thing; a young man in New Jersey who starts hearing strange noises in his house and learns of a former owner, Mark McComber, information that leads him and a friend to discovering a cult that worships a certain tall, faceless man. These are just some stories that have surfaced concerning an entity commonly known as the Slender Man.
Cultdom Episode 177 From the Mind of George Lucas
Another of our From the Mind of Series this time the person in focus isGeorge Lucas - checkout en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Lucas NOTE: We start the podcast with Dr Who and James Bond SkyFall news
Cultdom interviews Dr. Rebecca Housel known online as The Pop Culture Professor a well respected writer, educator and panel moderator. Talking here with Dave AC about her appearances at Wizard World, her philosophy writing in books on True Blood, Twilight & X-Men plus we cover TV Series like The Vampire Diaries, Angel, Forever Knight whilst keeping our focus on current trends in the portrayal of vampires in both movies and the written word. www.rebeccahousel.com/