Villains 공개
[search 0]
Download the App!
show episodes
 
Artwork
 
Join Shaggy and Jose as they watch their favorite movies and rate the villains in them. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll judge the hell out of our choices, but more importantly you'll have fun.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Victims and Villains

Victims and Villains

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
매달+
 
The home of Victims and Villains Podcast, That's High Price: A Nicolas Cage Podcast and Abyss Gazing: A Horror Podcast. Each crafted with the intent to break the stigma of mental health and suicide awareness to bring real conversations through a multiverse of fandoms.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
The Villains talk show

Jon, Andrew, keadan, jeremy

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
매달
 
Welcome to the villains talk show where we talk to regular people as well as discuss topics from the everyday questions to writing fiction in a round table format. New Episodes uploaded almost every week! Hosts C4, Elusive Gentlemen, Insaneiac, Greasy boo, and Sarah The Viking
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Villains

Parcast Network

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
매일+
 
Bad guys. Black hats. Evildoers. They are the bane of every hero’s existence…and the subject of Parcast’s dastardly new original series, Villains. Every Friday, Villains will dissect the greatest foils from history and fiction—uncovering origins, analyzing impacts, and exploring the complexity of character and motive. Villains is a Spotify Original from Parcast.
  continue reading
 
Artwork
 
Welcome to the Chillin Like Villains podcast. This will be episodes uploaded every weekend sharing the gaming news all us nerds love to know and talk about. Enjoy! :) Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chillinlikevillains/support
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Arch Villains Podcast

Arch Villains Podcast

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
매달
 
Best friends from St. Louis discussing various topics in todays World. Topics ranging from sports to movies to music, anything that may come up in our lives and in the culture. Tune into some mutually assured destruction you won't hear anywhere else.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Scoundrel: History's Forgotten Villains

KAST MEDIA | Jason and Carissa Weiser

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
매달+
 
History consists of heroes and villains (and, I suppose everything in between)... but it's usually the villains who are the most interesting: Their flaws, their quirks, the voids in their hearts that force them to do the unthinkable. These are the characters that fascinate us, that pull us in, that compel us to watch and don’t let us look away. And these are the characters that Scoundrel: History’s Forgotten Villains is all about. Scoundrel, is a new bi-weekly anthology podcast from Kast Med ...
  continue reading
 
A House & Disco Podcast Show by Los Angeles based DJ/Producer duo Mad Villains. Stay tuned for raging House Mixtapes and Occasional Exclusives from these Young & Talented Artist. To find more info & tracks from them visit www.soundcloud.com/madvillains [or] www.facebook.com/madvillains
  continue reading
 
Welcome to Guitar Villains! I'm your host, Tyler Larson. Why Guitar Villains? Because villains are cooler than heroes, it’s just a fact. This is a podcast by guitar players for guitar players and over the course of this series we’ll talk to some of the most creative and innovative minds in the community about how they’ve achieved the things they have on the instrument and how you can become a better player yourself.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
C List Villains Podcast

The C List Villains

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
주마다
 
Welcome to the C List Villains Podcast. Host AJ and his cultivators of comic culture Luke, Red, and Eman talk past, present and future comicbooks &pop culture. Want to know our thoughts on that variant exclusive you want to pick up? Have questions on that 1:25 or 1:100 book you saw on eBay? Want to hear Luke give away comics that are way too valuable? Give us a listen. All on The C List Villains Podcast.!
  continue reading
 
Hammered Heroes (And Villains) takes a deep dive look at the best performances by professional athletes while they were drunk, on drugs, or horribly hungover. Each week, comedians Brendan Fitzgibbons and Sophie Santos discuss a game or incident that focuses on an athlete’s mind-blowing performance despite being extremely hammered. Whether it's the Bulls' "Traveling Cocaine Circus," David Wells’ infamous half-drunk perfect game, Wade Boggs' 73-beer binge on a cross-country flight, and Charles ...
  continue reading
 
Every villain has an origin story. Ours is quite simple; health care heroes are over this BS and have been deemed as villains. Join us, JuggerDoc and Poison I.V., in our med room lair to drop all kinds of truth bombs about everything that is fucked up in the health care system whilst sharing some pretty messed up/hilarious stories. We also like all things dark and twisted, so we also do some true crime episodes of villainous healthcare workers. Not a current health care worker/ villain? That ...
  continue reading
 
This podcast is a reflection on my opinions on gaming , and what im doing now . its meant to be funny and entertaining , and insightful when possible . So put on a headset and liten to us talk about MMOs to board games . and thanks for gaming.
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
Send us a Text Message. ANI-MAY 2024 is here, and we’re kicking it off with a movie not just considered a classic but also one of the greatest horror animes ever…. Perfect Blue. 📌 LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/Cinema_Villains?utm_source=linktree_profile_share&ltsid=5851de8d-3ff3-4c30-b1c9-1694d2989d44 📌 KO-FI: https://ko-fi.com/cinemavillains 📌APPLE …
  continue reading
 
In this episode, we sat down with some of the independent filmmakers from this year’s Creature Feature Weekend featuring: 02:16 - The Mutilator (Retrospective Review) 05:00 - The Mutilator 2 Review10:45 - Buddy Cooper, the writer-director behind The Mutilator & The Mutilator 2 18:46 - Buffalo Bill’s House (https://buffalobillshouse.com/) 27:48 - Bo…
  continue reading
 
Marcus Wesson was someone who was extremely hungry for power. Since he was extremely inadequate in his outside life, he decided to create his own cult. However, the members of his “family” came from incestuous relationships with his daughters and nieces, fathering seven children, bringing the number of children in Wesson’s to 18 . He sheltered them…
  continue reading
 
In 1957, Ed Gein's gruesome crimes of murder, grave robbing, and corpse abuse shocked the the tiny town of Plainfield, Wisconsin as well as the rest of the world, giving rise to a cottage industry of horror franchises, and serving as a grim reminder of how deep isolation, illness, and an unshakable Oedipus complex can drive some to commit some of t…
  continue reading
 
George Hassell was an alcoholic womanizer who had met, married and divorced several women. He also had a lengthy criminal record that included embezzlement and desertion from military service. In 1924, his brother died after being kicked in the head by a mule while working a field. George then married his brother’s widow, adopting her eight childre…
  continue reading
 
What do you usually imagine when you think of the Bahamas? Probably loads of sun, beaches, resorts and overall relaxation. Well in the early 1970’s, this mostly peaceful nation was rocked by the gruesome murders of three American tourists. Ironically, the killer wasn’t from the Bahamas, either. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.c…
  continue reading
 
Send us a Text Message. In space no one can hear…. Jose annoy Shag!!!!! Join us as we discuss one of the greatest Sci-Fi/horror films ever, 1979’s Alien. 📌 LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/Cinema_Villains?utm_source=linktree_profile_share&ltsid=5851de8d-3ff3-4c30-b1c9-1694d2989d44 📌 KO-FI: https://ko-fi.com/cinemavillains 📌APPLE PODCASTS: podcasts.apple…
  continue reading
 
On February 24, 2020 in Oak Park, Michigan, career criminal Kenyel Brown shot himself in the head in a backyard after being surrounded by police. He would die four days later, ending a two month long murder spree that left six people dead. After his death, the city as well as the entire state of Michigan was shocked to find out that this habitual o…
  continue reading
 
The Grantham and Kesteven Hospital in Lincolnshire was a respected medical facility in the local community. But in 1991, very strange things started happening in Children’s Ward 4, as several code blues happened over a 60-day period. Four children had died during this time, and the hospital staff were flustered as to what the cause was. But, nobody…
  continue reading
 
William Wickline had everything going for him. He had a loving family, good grades and he was on the school wrestling team. But suddenly his school performance suffered and he turned to a life of crime. From 1971-1984, he was arrested at least nine times for charges of burglary, drug dealing and running a prostitution ring. During this time, he dev…
  continue reading
 
Send us a Text Message. This episode the villains review their favorite giant pink gelatinous substance….. well no not Kirby or Majin Buu but The Blob!!!!!! 📌 LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/Cinema_Villains?utm_source=linktree_profile_share&ltsid=5851de8d-3ff3-4c30-b1c9-1694d2989d44 📌 KO-FI: https://ko-fi.com/cinemavillains 📌APPLE PODCASTS: podcasts.ap…
  continue reading
 
It was an extremely hot and humid day on August 9, 1987 in Philadelphia. 1631 North 19th Street was an area with numerous drug busts and several abandoned buildings, most with the doors and windows boarded up. The apartment complex at 1631 also looked abandoned, as several windows were broken and the front door was missing. Harrison Graham or “Mart…
  continue reading
 
In the 50th year since the kidnapping of heiress Patricia Hearst by the Symbionese Liberation Army, and the resulting crime spree that shocked the nation, we can acknowledge the vintage pedigree of the case. But was she truly a villain? She was certainly portrayed that way throughout her saga in the mid-1970s, but two US Presidents would intervene …
  continue reading
 
James Edward Pough’s life was falling apart at the seams. His new 1988 Pontiac Grand Am got repossessed less than 15 months later. His mother also died this year as well, causing him to spiral further into depression. He would often say that he had nothing to live for, and that he “would take someone with him when he leaves this world”. He was subj…
  continue reading
 
Velma Barfield was a sweet, loving, God-fearing grandmother that was cherished by her community. But unbeknownst to most, her and her husband, Thomas Burke, were at odds again. Velma had recently gotten a hysterectomy and became addicted to her painkillers. Thomas started drinking heavily and the two constantly argued. On April 4, 1969, Thomas was …
  continue reading
 
Send us a Text Message. In this Kaiju sized episode we are joined by Kory Torjussen of “The World is My Burrito Podcast” to give our thoughts on the latest entry of the Monsterverse “Godzilla X Kong: The New Empire” SPOILER FREE REVIEW UP UNTIL 55:00 Listen to TWIMB @ https://linktr.ee/twimbpodcast 📌 LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/Cinema_Villains?utm_…
  continue reading
 
In 1974, Jack Unterweger was in prison for murder. However, during his prison stint, he became somewhat famous for writing poems, short stories and an autobiography, titled Purgatory or The Trip to Prison – Report of a Guilty Man. His autobiography would even become required reading in some schools. By 1985, several prominent figures in Austrian jo…
  continue reading
 
On September 23, 1988 in Louisville, Kentucky, Melvin Ignatow recruited his ex-girlfriend, Mary Ann Shore, to help him kill his current girlfriend, Brenda Schafer. He had been carefully planning her murder for a while and now was the time to act. Melvin held Brenda at gunpoint before taking her to Shore’s house. He raped and tortured her for severa…
  continue reading
 
This week, Allison and her guest Jayson Blair unravel the dark saga of Patty Cannon, a mastermind behind the Reverse Underground Railroad, whereby free Blacks were kidnapped in the north and sold to southern plantations desperate for them in the wake of the ban on imported slaves in 1807. But not only did the Cannon-Johnson gang, as it would come t…
  continue reading
 
Colin Ireland was a pretty unremarkable guy. Often a victim of bullying as a child, Colin Ireland turned to petty theft, burglary and blackmail. After a stint in juvenile detention, he became obsessed with survivalism, often wearing military gear and camping out in the woods. After getting divorced twice and losing his job at a homeless shelter due…
  continue reading
 
On December 1st, 1996, 27 year old Tracie Andrews was riding in the car with her 25 year old fiance Lee Harvey, after a night at the local pub. Suddenly, a black Ford Sierra started following them, forcing them off of the road. After they stopped, two men exited the car and confronted Lee as he also exited the car. The two men suddenly attacked Lee…
  continue reading
 
Another week of budget cuts and the guys go crazy with theories on why JB isn't hosting. They have a blend of tea time with some trailer reactions to: Alien Romulus, Acolyte, 1943 Rise of Hydra and the newest HOTD season. They give their initial thoughts on Invincible coming back, and a quick update on Shogun. And finally a brief geek out about X-M…
  continue reading
 
Patrick Mackay’s life was filled with abuse, even before he was born, as his father would get drunk and assault his mother, kicking her in the stomach while he was in her womb. His father continued to abuse Patrick, causing him to lash out at his classmates. He became a bully, physically attacking other classmates and even small animals. After his …
  continue reading
 
In the final act of this grim tale, Allison and Jayson unravel the missteps and ultimate outcomes of John Wilkes Booth and his conspirators, from the assassination of Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theater and the attempted assassinations of Vice President Andrew Johnson and Secretary of State William Seward, to the Booth's final stand at a tobacco farm…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, we sat down with some of the independent comic creators from this year’s Galaxy Con, plus shared our spoiler-free thoughts on You Can Call Me Bill. Whether you’re a fan of comedy, manga, fantasy or something else - this episode has something in store for you. Check out the links below and support the creators: 03:04 - You Can Call …
  continue reading
 
Send us a Text Message. This episode the villains are paying tribute to the legendary author Akira Toriyama and reviewing the 2018 anime movie Dragonball Super Brolly. They also go over the impact Toriyama had on their lives and what Dragonball means to them 📌 LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/Cinema_Villains?utm_source=linktree_profile_share&ltsid=5851d…
  continue reading
 
On March 8, 1954, Carl Marion Fisher returned home from his job to find his door locked. He immediately grew concerned as his wife Constance frequently suffered from anxiety and depression. He contacted her physician Richard Chasse and when he arrived, the two men broke down the door. They would not be ready for what they saw. --- Support this podc…
  continue reading
 
Emani Moss was failed by a lot of the adults around her. After her birth, her mother surrendered parental rights to her and her four siblings due to her drug addiction. Emani ended up in the custody of her father, Eman. He then met Tiffany Moss, a preschool teacher, married her and moved in with her, having two children of their own. However, for s…
  continue reading
 
In this two-part historical odyssey, Allison and her guest Jayson Blair of the Silver Linings Handbook podcast weave through the transformative year of 1865, where the final throes of the Civil War and the ratification of the 13th Amendment are only a couple of the events that factored into John Wilkes Booth's fateful decision to murder the Preside…
  continue reading
 
Randall Woodfield was a talented football player who seemed to be on his way to long term success in the NFL. But his deep-seeded sexual urges were uncontrollable, even from middle school, but most times his coaches would conceal the incidents to save his football career. While playing football for Portland State University, he was arrested multipl…
  continue reading
 
The Lainz General Hospital in Vienna, Austria was a place where death was common. Especially the Pavilion 5 area, normally reserved for terminally ill patients in their seventies. In 1983, 24 year old Waltraud Wagner was a nurse’s aide at the hospital, when a 77 year old asked her to end her suffering. Wagner hesitated, but she granted the lady’s w…
  continue reading
 
Even at an early age, Craig Price’s life was filled with nothing but violence. At the age of 9, he started having disturbing thoughts about death and murder. He then joined a gang of juveniles and built up a rap sheet with charges of breaking and entering, robbery, stalking, drug use, and assault. On July 27, 1987, at the age of 13, he broke into t…
  continue reading
 
On June 3, 1981 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, police received a phone call from a man with a whiny, high-pitched voice, saying, “God damn, will you find me? I just stabbed somebody with an ice pick. I can't stop myself. I keep killing somebody." Later, police found a woman dead in a field, with over 60 stab wounds. The caller’s voice was so unique tha…
  continue reading
 
Anthony Arkwright was someone who knew nothing but rejection from an early age, as his mother abandoned him and his five siblings. He spent a lot of time in children’s homes, drifting into criminality after being expelled from school. By the age of 21, he was fired from his job for poor attendance and a bad attitude. This firing was the catalyst fo…
  continue reading
 
We’re staring into the abyss of 1976’s The Omen to see what will gaze back. Today we are kicking off not one BUT two brand new series with the filmmakers of this year’s Horrific Hope (https://www.victimsandvillains.net/horrifichope) going through The Omen film series with us. We are joined by writer/director, Richard Elfman, and his leading lady, A…
  continue reading
 
This week's episode is crammed with enough villains to last several lifetimes, but Vasily Blokhin gets the title spot, because he still reigns as the current Guinness World Record holder for most prolific executioner/mass murderer, with more than 7000 killings to his name. And that's only for the Katyn Massacre. As Joseph Stalin's chief executioner…
  continue reading
 
Send us a Text Message. An episode years in the making, the villains have finally reviewed one of the craziest horror movies James Wan has ever directed, 2021’s Malignant!!!!! 📌 LINKTREE: https://linktr.ee/Cinema_Villains?utm_source=linktree_profile_share&ltsid=5851de8d-3ff3-4c30-b1c9-1694d2989d44 📌 KO-FI: https://ko-fi.com/cinemavillains 📌APPLE PO…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, we sat down with Bunker Hill Bloodbath. Bunker Hill is a four piece death core band from North Carolina. In this interview, you’ll hear where the name comes from, their 2024 goals and much more. You can catch them at our St. Patrick’s Day show with The Get Off, DENS, Bend the Knee and Wine & Warpaint at Garden Grove Brewing Company…
  continue reading
 
Welcome ladies and gentleman! New week, new CWV Live Podcast... come through and chill as we cover recent news through the film/tv industry, share our thoughts on the Avatar live action series, give a brief spoiler-free review of Dune Part Two, and our Youtube member call ins. Oh and.... Junior twerks. Come thru and chill! #avatar #dune #entertainm…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드