Welcome to the weekend, foolish podcast listeners! The team is fully reassembled this week to bring you all the entertainment and nonsense your ears and heart desire! From pseudo-science and disease to dicks and clowns, no stone is left unturned in the MITC crew’s attempt to bring you a minimal amount of enjoyment. Slide into something comfortable and lube up your ears, because it’s a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls! It’s Friday and you’ve come to the absolute best podcast on the internet (if your goal is to lose a piece of your soul and wonder why this is even worth your time)! Join your hosts Robert, Matt, and The David as they discuss all sorts of stuff you didn’t care about, know about, or damn want to hear about! This one, my friends, will definitely require a bull brain scrubbing to erase the mental images. Hardly informative, barely entertaining, and usually partially offensive, it’s a brand new episode of Useless Drivel – A Podcast Without a Point!
One person’s scary movie is often another person’s comedy, but, being a kid in the 80’s meant you were pretty much on the same page with everyone else when it came squirming in your seat and being afraid of the dark. Join us this week as we discuss the movies that kept us awake at night when we were kids. Most are familiar, some a little less so, and there might be one or two in there that make you think, WTF!?! So, be sure you’ve got a swimming buddy, make sure to keep that night light on, and whatever you do DON’T RUN UPSTAIRS as you settle in for an all new episode of Monkey in the Cage.
For better or worse I am one of those people that doesn’t scare easily. Sure, any monster jumping out of a closet will make me jump, but it doesn’t really scare me deep down, and torture porn really does nothing for me. I need the monster to never really show itself, it always needs to be around the periphery. I must be allowed to start over thinking everything until I just freak myself out. With this in mind, I decided to list a few of my favorite scary movies, along with some of my favorite Halloween movies. Continue reading →