Dubious Consumers #15: I Can't Resist That Hat-Like Shark Fin

Dubious Consumers #15: I Can't Resist That Hat-Like Shark Fin

With our new format, we've got our three things we've done over the last two weeks! We talk Tarantino, Mad Max: Fury Road with more glowing praise from Darrell and Nathan, and Clive Barker's Scarlet Gospels!

Episode's Music
LL Cool J - Deepest Bluest
Anthony Hamilton & Elayna Boynton - Freedom

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Dubious Consumers #8: Austin Power Piss Power

Dubious Consumers #8: Austin Power Piss Power

We're all back at the table and Dave has a lot to talk about! Nerd a Troid for 3 Films That Made You a Lifelong Fan at 2 hours, 15 minutes, and 42 seconds. We've included links throughout the page of everything we talk about during this episode.

Episode Music
Robin Williams - Mirror Song (feat. Joan Cusack)
Smashing Pumpkins - The Beginning Is the End Is the Beginning
Eminem - Stan
Fallout Boy - Immortals

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Dubious Consumers #6: You and Your Creepy Ass Doll? Sleeping in the Basement.

Dave is gone once again, but we've got my lovely wife, Kathryn, and, as always, Nathan in the hot seat! We try a slightly different format, but it did not really shorten the podcast. We're kinda in a vacuum as it is. If you like the old format, let us know in the comments or rate us on iTunes!

Episode's Music
Apocalyptica - I'm Not Jesus (feat. Corey Taylor)
Silversun Pickups - Panic Switch
Blur - Song 2

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Justin D. Herd

Justin D. Herd is a purveyor of the weird and strange. He occasionally squawks at friends and family, but does so only under the cover of night. Okay, that's not true. He squawks in full daylight. Drinking games have been built around his peculiarities, but the truth of it is this: he is a loving husband, with two wonderful dem--children. One growls at things he likes, including pretty women. The other has started to learn hand-eye coordination. Neither had made it to the tender age of three. From there, things will only get more interesting. He spends most of his writing time either at a coffee shop or sitting at one of his many desks around his house. Any other place makes it nearly impossible for him to write. He uses horror movies and rock music to help get the juices flowing. His favorite authors are Jeremy Robert Johnson, Alan Campbell, Terry Pratchett, Justin Cronin, and Patrick Rothfuss. He consumes most of his books through audiobooks, but still loves his personal library and getting lost in the printed word.

Dubious Consumers #5: Sometimes a Tomato is Just . . .

Dave is out, on vacation . . . from his vacation.

But, happy day, Darrell jumps on as our third chair! Where we actually get some recent movie talk, with his opinions on Taken 3!

At 2:37:30, we start our Nerd a Trois for Top 3 Children's Movies!

Episode's Music:
My Chemical Romance - Gun
Korn - Blind
Limp Bizkit - Sour

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Justin D. Herd

Justin D. Herd is a purveyor of the weird and strange. He occasionally squawks at friends and family, but does so only under the cover of night. Okay, that's not true. He squawks in full daylight. Drinking games have been built around his peculiarities, but the truth of it is this: he is a loving husband, with two wonderful dem--children. One growls at things he likes, including pretty women. The other has started to learn hand-eye coordination. Neither had made it to the tender age of three. From there, things will only get more interesting. He spends most of his writing time either at a coffee shop or sitting at one of his many desks around his house. Any other place makes it nearly impossible for him to write. He uses horror movies and rock music to help get the juices flowing. His favorite authors are Jeremy Robert Johnson, Alan Campbell, Terry Pratchett, Justin Cronin, and Patrick Rothfuss. He consumes most of his books through audiobooks, but still loves his personal library and getting lost in the printed word.

Dubious Consumers #4: Cocaine and a Blowjob? Deal!

The Dubious Consumers are back at it again! We've got a month and a half worth of media to talk about, plus ours and your picks for 3 Best Monologues! Some of us are dirty cheaters, but it can't be helped when the picks are as awesome as this!

Music Breaks
Murder by Death - You Don't Miss Twice (When You're Shavin' With a Knife)
Oscar Isaac - The Death of Queen Jane
A Perfect Circle - Passive

Also, don't miss next podcast's Nerd a Trois: 3 Best Children's Films. Send us your picks by posting in the comments, on our Facebook page, or contacting us through Twitter.

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Justin D. Herd

Justin D. Herd is a purveyor of the weird and strange. He occasionally squawks at friends and family, but does so only under the cover of night. Okay, that's not true. He squawks in full daylight. Drinking games have been built around his peculiarities, but the truth of it is this: he is a loving husband, with two wonderful dem--children. One growls at things he likes, including pretty women. The other has started to learn hand-eye coordination. Neither had made it to the tender age of three. From there, things will only get more interesting. He spends most of his writing time either at a coffee shop or sitting at one of his many desks around his house. Any other place makes it nearly impossible for him to write. He uses horror movies and rock music to help get the juices flowing. His favorite authors are Jeremy Robert Johnson, Alan Campbell, Terry Pratchett, Justin Cronin, and Patrick Rothfuss. He consumes most of his books through audiobooks, but still loves his personal library and getting lost in the printed word.

Dubious Consumers #2: Cough Based Joker Laugh

We're down a host, but still manage to create our longest podcast yet! Listen to Justin and Nathan discuss the media they've consumed, talk about DC and Marvel movie lineup, and delve into their Nerd a Trois on Dread.

The Interstellar Spoiler Cast will be this upcoming weekend, with special guests! So stayed tuned for that!

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Justin D. Herd

Justin D. Herd is a purveyor of the weird and strange. He occasionally squawks at friends and family, but does so only under the cover of night. Okay, that's not true. He squawks in full daylight. Drinking games have been built around his peculiarities, but the truth of it is this: he is a loving husband, with two wonderful dem--children. One growls at things he likes, including pretty women. The other has started to learn hand-eye coordination. Neither had made it to the tender age of three. From there, things will only get more interesting. He spends most of his writing time either at a coffee shop or sitting at one of his many desks around his house. Any other place makes it nearly impossible for him to write. He uses horror movies and rock music to help get the juices flowing. His favorite authors are Jeremy Robert Johnson, Alan Campbell, Terry Pratchett, Justin Cronin, and Patrick Rothfuss. He consumes most of his books through audiobooks, but still loves his personal library and getting lost in the printed word.

Dubious Consumers #1: CSI Bukkake (or I've Tasted Water)

We ran into some technical difficulties (at the zero hour, too, damnit!) and so this episode still has some of the audio artifacting that plagued the last episode. This WILL be fixed for the next episode.

Next podcast's Nerd a Trois: 3 favorite scenes of dread.

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Justin D. Herd

Justin D. Herd is a purveyor of the weird and strange. He occasionally squawks at friends and family, but does so only under the cover of night. Okay, that's not true. He squawks in full daylight. Drinking games have been built around his peculiarities, but the truth of it is this: he is a loving husband, with two wonderful dem--children. One growls at things he likes, including pretty women. The other has started to learn hand-eye coordination. Neither had made it to the tender age of three. From there, things will only get more interesting. He spends most of his writing time either at a coffee shop or sitting at one of his many desks around his house. Any other place makes it nearly impossible for him to write. He uses horror movies and rock music to help get the juices flowing. His favorite authors are Jeremy Robert Johnson, Alan Campbell, Terry Pratchett, Justin Cronin, and Patrick Rothfuss. He consumes most of his books through audiobooks, but still loves his personal library and getting lost in the printed word.