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Urban Gothic Reviews, Series 2, Episode 5: Serotonin Wild
Diamanda Hagan takes a look at an Urban Gothic episode that tries very hard to be edgy and clever. …Okay, they all do, but this one attempts a veritable mindfuck. Hagan examines how it fails, what makes it so obnoxious and… Thriller?
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(Probably Not “Whose hand is it, anyway” —C)
Haganistan is placed in Central Asia, but what if Hagan came from elsewhere?
Such as Western Africa, or Central America/Caribbean
Highly creative fanart by the very founder of this tumblr, everyone! —C
Hagan Special Review: Pulgasari
This week, Diamanda takes us all the way to Feudal (North-)Korea, where an old man plays with his food and ends up creating a metal-eating Godzilla knockoff. Marvel at gaudy costumes, a whole bunch of rocks and terrible special fx as the Mistress reviews a movie made by a director abducted by Kim Jong-Il at the time!
Oh by the way, have you noticed the new theme on this blog? I think it’s pretty rad; it was made by one admin of this blog who doesn’t want praise and credit for great things he does, and isn’t me —JQ
Hagan Guest Appearance:
Did we say “once again” in the previous Radiodrome-related post? In fact, it is twice again that Hagan took her rightful spot as the guest of honor on Radiodrome. This installment is all about infamous box office bombs of the past sorted by year, featuring 1998-2000.
And holy shit, is that The Cinema Snob Brad Jones on the same podcast as The Mistress?!
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Lesbian Talk, Episode 19: Rational Thought: How does it work?
In this week’s primary podcast, your skeptical hosts The Omega & Diamanda Hagan welcome Youtube’s “Queen Of Atheism” Zinna Jones to talk about a colorful collection of topics that are sure to break your mind at least a little!
Amongst the things they discussed are sun burns on spring break, the inherent strangeness of the Eucharist and youth groups of its fans, death matches of butch lesbians vs. huge bugs, the Insane Clown Posse and, of course, Zinnia’s work & life.
If you enjoyed Zinnia Jones’ contribution to this episode - which is rather likely - you can find her online on Youtube and on Freethoughtblogs.com.
In the second half of the show, crustacean encyclopedia Giovanni Jones tells you about the danish. No, that one, not those.
In the weekly Who recap, Hagan and Omega journey to the center of the Tardis and enjoy some of the sights on the way (as well as their awesome new background for the segment, courtesy of skzip888). Of course, they discuss the strong and weak points of the episode and the lore, which gives Omega a chance to conceptualize some ideas.
Lesbian Talk is brought to you by Project Million Entertainment and is also available on Youtube, iTunes and in MP3 format for your mobile devices.