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Blood on the Tracks Episode 9: It’s Cold Outside.

December 31st, 2017


The holiday season is here and it's getting bloody cold around these parts as winter finally sets in. At first Lee wanted to build a playlist around Christmas films, but he decided that was a bit too obvious and lame. After asking the TMBDOS! listeners what they wanted, he settled on movies set during the winter time that were not focused on the holidays. Although mostly focused on horror, there are some nice surprises here as well.


--Midnight, the Stars and You from "The Shining" (1980) -- Ray Noble and His Orchestra
--Buster's Last Stand from "Misery" (1990) -- Marc Shaiman
--Main Title from "Dreamcatcher" (2003) -- James Newton Howard
--Pennsylvania Polka from "Groundhog Day" (1993) -- Frank Yankovic
--The Bloody Fruits of Barrow from "30 Days of Night" (2007) -- Brian Reitzell
--Giving Up from "Let the Right One In" (2008) -- Johan Söderqvist
--Past, Present - Future? from "Runaway Train" (1985) -- Trevor Jones
--Main Title & Mr. Otis/Charlie One Eye/Buffalo Rampage from "The White Buffalo" (1977) -- John Barry
--Colqhoun's Story from "Ravenous" (1999) -- Damon Albarn & Michael Nyman
--The Moon + A Change of Heart from "A Simple Plan" (1998) -- Danny Elfman
--The Cemetery from "Batman Returns" (1992) -- Danny Elfman
--Fargo, North Dakota from "Fargo" (1996) -- Carter Burwell
--Humanity (Part 2) from "John Carpenter's The Thing" (1982) -- Ennio Morricone
--Passaggi Nel Tempo from "The Great Silence" (1968) -- Ennio Morricone

Opening and closing music: Downhill Decoy from "Danger Diabolik" by Ennio Morricone & Blonk Monster from "House by the Cemetery" by Walter Rizzati.

TMBDOS! Episode 111: “Stagecoach” (1939).

December 25th, 2017


Lee and Dan are continuing down the classic western film trail with what many consider to be the film that really breathed new life into, and also elevated the western genre from 'B' grade to 'A'. This episode it's John Ford's "Stagecoach" (1939). They talk about if it truly is a classic, how it made John Wayne a star, and the influences it had on films to come after it. Also covered: listener comments and what they've watched as of late.

Note: there were some audio issues when this was recorded. Lee has managed to edit around most of them, but at times the conversation might feel a tad disjointed, and a few sports of audio break-up might be heard. Sadly, it's also about ten minutes shorter than it originally was.

"Stagecoach" IMDB

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Featured Music: "Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair" by Gilbert Kalish & Jan De Gaetani & "The Trail to Mexico" by Pete Seeger.

TMBDOS! Episode 110: “High Noon” (1952) & “3:10 to Yuma” (1957).

December 18th, 2017


All three hosts are back for this episode to give what might be both their most interesting and insightful yet drunkenly chaotic episode of TMBDOS! Starting off a short series on classic westerns, Daniel, Paul, and Lee take a look at two early examples of revisionist westerns with "High Noon" (1953) & "3:10 to Yuma" (1957). Much of the discussion revolves around how similar the films are and which one is better. Of note, Daniel's reading on "High Noon" drastically changes Lee's opinions on the film. Listener comments are also covered. Saddle up, this one's a long and bumpy ride.

"High Noon" IMDB

"3:10 to Yuma" IMDB

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Featured Music: "Ghost Riders in the Sky" by Deadbolt; "Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darlin" by Tex Ritter, and "The 3:10 to Yuma" by Frankie Laine.

TMBDOS! Intermission #22: The More You Know.

December 12th, 2017


Lee throws another intermission episode your way, this time just as purely a news update on what's been going on with TMBDOS! and what's coming soon to both finish up the end of the year and beyond.

The Podcast Under the Stairs Movie Club

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Featured Music: "Is this Real?" & "Telepathic Love" by The Wipers, and "Tequila Sunrise (OST version)" by Le Matos.