Con Men: Hagan! interviews! Drew Bolduc
Continuing the coverage of the Mondo Baltimore pity party, Hagan cornered the writer, director and star of the taint and creator of the presumably-upcoming feature “Science Team” and grilled him about the things that flow from his mind. If you want to hear more about exploding heads and failed abortions, this is the video to watch!
Lesbians Talk About Movies: Birdemic 2
Hagan and The Omega had the opportunity to watch an advance screening of the most anticipated bird.gif-centric sequel of all time! What did they think? How did they prepare for such a life-changing experience? Other movies, perchance? Also, zombies, cavemen, jellyfish - why?
All this and so much more in this video!
Hagan Special Review: Last House on Dead End Street
In the last full review before the hiatus that shall precede the glorious fifth full season of Hagan Reviews, the Mistress tackles a movie that is set in the same universe as the Schizophreniac trilogy… But was shot long before even the first of those films, and on a much better budget! How is that possible? And who is the director of this movie, anyway?
Find out in the review!
Further demo images for the upcoming first episode of season 5.
I will need an adult. —C
I’m rather curious what the bloody context is, but not entirely sure whether I want to know —C
Kylestiel and Howley.
(Previous work from the TGWTG—SPN crossover: x)
Memory betrays me, but I think Hagan did have a pitchfork fceopaint in one review. Possibly one of the Bill Zebub ones. —JQ
Behold, for there cometh
Lesbian Talk, Episode 21 - Hipster Zombie Haters
Attention, soldier! Your grizzled hosts The Omega and Diamanda Hagan are about to go military on you. You will learn how Omega defied the army and evaded the navy! You will hear of Hagan’s appreciation for her fans and what happened meeting them!
At ease, soldier. Next up in the show, they talk about the movie that started the whole “zombies want brains” thing: “Return Of The Living Dead”. Find out what they thought of this genre classic, learn fascinating trivia about the movie and how they each feel about the state of the genre!
Also, there is some fascinating information about Omega’s status as a published author of a thrilling genre tale.
In following, there are highlights of the recent Lesbian Talk special interview with acclaimed director Stuart Urban, which can also be heard in full here.
Be-clawed scholar Giovanni Jones brings you the tale of the shortest recorded war in history (and what it has to do with Freddie Mercury) in his trivia facts.
Jumping forward in time, honorary lesbian Robert Million joins the show to talk about “Nightmare in Silver” in the weekly Doctor Who segment. Cybermen! Neil Gaiman! Doctors of the past! Divergent timelines! Annoying kids! Special suits! Melted flesh! Timelord names! The Tardis’ mind! Your embarrassing racist uncle from the south! …Wait, what? We promise it makes sense in context!
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