They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!

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Cape Sh!t Episode 7: “Iron Man 3″ (2013).

October 28th, 2019

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Daniel, Lee, Greg & Kerry sometimes talk about this singular entry into the MCU when they are not talking over each other, and not being drawn down drunken rabbit holes by Lee. Tony Stark out of the suit and talking too much; suits built just for shitting out of; the validity of how they did the Mandarin; and why the fuck the rest of the Avengers are not around, are just a few of the many things talked about in this disaster of an episode.

"Iron Man 3" IMDB

Cape Sh!t Episode 6: “The Avengers” (2012)

October 28th, 2019

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Daniel, Lee, Greg and Kerry tackle the first big team-up movie for the MCU. Does it hold up? Is it too long? Are there any Marvel villains worth a shit? All of this and more.

"The Avengers" IMDB

Featured Music: "The Avengers" by Alan Silvestri.

TMBDOS! Episode 181: “The Woman in Green” (1945) & “Without a Clue” (1988).

October 21st, 2019

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Lee, Daniel and returning guest host Jack are back for their second-to-last entry in this extended look at Sherlock Holmes adaptations. First up they return to Rathbone with "The Woman in Green" (1945), and then they pretend they know what they are talking about in regards to "Without a Clue" (1988). Noir; hypnotism; serial killings; getting me-too'ed by Watson AND Holmes; shitty Sherlock tv; and some recasting ideas for both films are topics that are touched upon, as well as listener comments.

"The Woman in Green" IMDB

"Without a Clue" IMDB

Featured Music: "Mrs. Giles in Danger"; "Attempting Murder"; and "Main Title" by Henry Mancini.

TMBDOS! Episode 180: “The Norwood Builder” (1985); “The Musgrave Ritual” (1986); “The Devil’s Foot” (1988) .

October 14th, 2019

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This week Lee, Daniel and the returning guest host Jack Graham are breaking the general TMBDOS! rule of at least covering one movie on an episode, and are continuing their look at Sherlock Holmes adaptations by talking about three of the Jeremy Brett tv episodes. This time out they talk about "The Norwood Builder" (1985), "The Musgrave Ritual"(1986), and "The Devil's Foot" (1988). Robert Forster; "WKRP in Cincinnati"; "Star Trek" jokes; sexual awakenings; trigonometry; M.R. James & Poe references; and Holmes tripping balls are just some of the things brought up, as well as listener comments and what the hosts have watched as of late.

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Watch the BBC adaptation of M.R. James' "A Warning to the Curious" 

"The Norwood Builder" IMDB

"The Musgrave Ritual" IMDB

"The Devil's Foot" IMDB

Featured Music: "221B baker Street"; "John Hector McFarlane and His Mother"; and "On the Trail" by Patrick Gowers.

TMBDOS! Episode 179: “The Hound of the Baskervilles” (1959); “The Final Problem” (1985) & “The Empty House” (1986).

October 7th, 2019

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Lee and Daniel are back once again with their friend Jack Graham to ponder more Sherlock Holmes adaptations on the big and small screen. First up it's the Hammer Horror adaptation of "The Hound of the Baskervilles" (1959), directed by Terence Fisher, and starring Peter Cushing, André Morell & Christopher Lee. Then it's two more episodes of the Jeremy Brett Holmes series, where we cover the apparent death and return of Holmes with "The Final Problem" (1985) & "The Empty House" (1986). Was Hammer suited to adapt Holmes? Why is Moriarty bullshit? Can Watson write a fight scene worth a shit? Dog's bollocks? All this and more is covered in the episode. The hosts also talk about what they've watched recently and listener comments are read.

Lee's apprearance on the Grindbin Podcast talking about "The Yesterday Machine"

"The Hound of the Baskervilles" IMDB

"The Final Problem" IMDB

"The Empty House" IMDB 

Featured Music: "Main Titles" & "The Legend of the Hound" by James Bernard; and "The Death of Sherlock Holmes" by Patrick Gowers.