Fri, 24 October 2014
It's a week before Halloween and For All Intents and Purposes does its best to help you keep your wits about you.
Week in Geek: Andrew does not buy a popular video game––which makes him sad––and Dan gets a shirt (that you should all buy at robinshirt.com) that makes everybody simultaneously happy and sad. Sorry for the feels.
I Know Those Notes: After thoroughly trashing a game this composer was involved with last week, Dan and Andrew spend a few minutes singing the praises of Nobuo Uematsu, speaking completely of his work with the Final Fantasy series.
Discussion: With the announcement and release of the Resident Evil HD and Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers remakes this week (respectively), Andrew and Dan discuss HD remakes, reboots, and all the good and bad about them.
In Space No One Can Hear You Podcast: Jumping back onto the Halloween bandwagon, Dan and Andrew discuss a seminal work of sci-fi horror, Ridley Scott's Alien.
What horror fiction (any medium) do you feel is underrepresented?
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For all intents and purposes, that was an episode recap.
-"Stayin' in Black" by Wax Audio
-"The Lonely Man Theme" by Joe Harnell and performed by Dennis McCarthy
-"The Prelude" & "Terra's Theme" by Nobuo Uematsu (from Final Fantasy IV & Final Fantasy VI, respectively)
-"Alien (1979) - Main Theme" by Jerry Goldsmith
-"Main Titles (Gabriel's Theme)" by Robert Holmes (from Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers)
I recently saw a most strange and disturbing movie called 'A Fantastic Fear of Everything'. I guess it falls into the comedy horror genre, but it's more of a psychological thriller in a lot of ways. The whole movie kept me guessing and was just very unsettling. The movie delves into how we create our own worlds of horror and the ways those thoughts can take over if we're not careful. Plus, it's one of Simon Pegg's best roles.