Random Podcast From Heck Episode 216: Halloween Kills, Chucky, Squid Game, And More

It's a full episode with thoughts on Halloween Kills. The new Chucky show started on Syfy and USA. There was also the new animated Aquaman: King of Atlantis show on HBO Max. Squid Game might have been out of a little bit now, but you can hear some thoughts on that as well, along with the other shows, comics, and news (including some …

Random Podcast From Heck Episode 215: No Time To Die, Doom Patrol, What If?, And More

It's finally time to talk about No Time to Die. After being delayed, the latest James Bond film is here. There are definitely things to talk about with this one. You can also hear about the latest wacky episode of Doom Patrol, the season finale of What If...?, plus the other shows, new comics, and the latest news. Don’t forget …

Random Podcast From Heck Episode 214: Venom Let There Be Carnage, Midnight Mass, Star Wars Visions, And More

It's a slightly longer episode this week. Venom: Let There Be Carnage is the movie feature. You can hear about Netflix's Midnight Mass and some episodes of Star Wars: Visions along with the other regular shows and comics. Don’t forget about this week’s bonus Secret Podcast From Heck (exclusively on Patreon) for more movie or comic talk. Time Codes for Episode 214! 00:00:00 - 00:15:12 …

Random Podcast From Heck Episode 213: Nightbooks, Doom Patrol, Titans, And More

This week's movie feature is Netflix's Nightbooks starring Krysten Ritter. The movie is based on a kids book but gets a little creepy (probably since it was produced by Sam Raimi). Doom Patrol returns with the third season and you can hear about the first two episodes this week. There are also new episodes of Titans, What If...?, Stargirl, and more! …

Random Podcast From Heck Episode 212: Copshop, Kate, Y The Last Man, And More

This week there are sort of three movie features. The main feature is Copshop with Gerard Butler and Frank Grillo. It was a really fun movie with some crazy 70s-style action. The other two movies you can hear a little about are Netflix's Kate starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Woody Harrelson and Prime's The Voyeurs starring Sydney Sweeney, Justice Smith, and …