#SkiffyandFanty Episode 111 — Torture Cinema Meets Midnight Chronicles (w/ Julia Rios)

28 Aug

Torture Cinema returns with special guest, Julia Rios.  This month, we watched and reviewed Midnight Chronicles, a glorious fantasy stinker foisted upon us by Alison Marlowe.  To make matters worse, we were tasked with doing three different impressions for the skit.  And that’s where a little trivia comes in:

The first person to guess which three famous actors we are poorly trying to impersonate (and I mean POORLY) will get a free science fiction and/or fantasy book from me.  All you need to do is send your answers to skiffyandfanty[at]gmail[dot]com or leave a comment below.  As long as I can send the book to you without having to spend $50, you can enter.

So enter!

We hope you enjoy the episode!  (Don’t read past this point if you want to be surprised by our lists in the show.)

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Here’s the episode (show notes are below):

Episode 111 — Download (MP3)

  Intro and Discussion (0:00 – 1:20:08)

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Our new intro music is “Time Flux” by Revolution Void (CC BY 3.0).

That’s all, folks!  Thanks for listening.  See you next week.


2 Responses to “#SkiffyandFanty Episode 111 — Torture Cinema Meets Midnight Chronicles (w/ Julia Rios)”

  1. Neil Trigger September 2, 2012 at 3:51 am #

    I’d be happy to donate a copy of my book, The Weird Case of Mrs Etherington-Strange as a prize. It’s part of a series of books (totally unrelated to the film you reviewed) called The Midnight Chronicles. hopefully you’d like it much more than the film. In hindsight it might have been better to avoid association with such a dreadful film.

    • shaunduke September 2, 2012 at 11:07 am #

      Nah, I think we’re good with the book I’ve got. Thanks, though!

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