Paul Dulski and Tessa Baker Join DecayMag Podcast: S7 E12 As Guest Co-Hosts

Paul Dulski and Tessa Baker Everything Horror Podcast

DecayMag Podcast is an episodic podcast featuring the latest news in Horror, Science Fiction and Thriller genres. Areas of focus examine the mainstream and the independent sector which comprise but are not limited to film, music and video games.

Ken Artuz, DecayMag Founder serves as Host along with:

Enid Artuz, DecayMag Content Contributor

Stacy Cox, DecayMag Staff Correspondent

Serving as special guest co-host Paul Dulski and Tessa Baker: Everything Horror Podcast

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Below are the topics covered on DecayMag Podcast S 7 Episode 11

Segment 1 Movies

Murder in the Woods. an all-Latino Horror Film 04:05

DecayMag.com. Podcast S7 E12, Murder In The Woods

James Wan Producing Arachnophobia 11:18

Another classic remake is underway. As reported on Deadline, Amblin and James Wan‘s Atomic Monster will be producing Arachnophobia. This film is a classic, but for those of you who are not familiar with it, Arachnophobia is about a species of deadly spider that makes it’s way to America and terrorizes a small town.

The original Arachnophobia (1990) directed by Frank Marshall is one of my all time favorite Horror movies, and also, the scariest movie, in my opinion, about spiders I have seen. It has a genuine feel to it, and not over the top like other themed films with giant alien spiders. I am not fond of remakes, especially of classics of the 80s and 90s as they are my favorite decades. However, James Wan is a great, notable Director/Producer, so that gives this film some leverage.

DecayMag.com. Podcast S7 E 12, James Wan, Arachnophobia

Segment 2. Trailer First Impressions: Video Games

The Last of Us Part II 22:34

Death Stranding 35:25

Resident Evil 2 43:13

Fallout 76 53:33

From the Official Site, Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Skyrim and Fallout 4, welcome you to Fallout 76, the online prequel where every surviving human is a real person. Work together, or not, to survive. Under the threat of nuclear annihilation, you’ll experience the largest, most dynamic world ever created in the legendary Fallout universe.

I remember playing Fallout 4 briefly, but discontinued because of the repetition of the gameplay.

**Correction: After looking it up, it was Fallout Shelter that I have played. Not Fallout 4.

Cyberpunk 2077  64:47

Halo Infinite 73:51

Segment 3. Exclusive Interview

Paul Dulski and Tessa Baker: Everything Horror Podcast

Segment 4. Trailer First Impressions: Movies

The Song of Solomon 129:36

Unfriended: Dark Web 140:27

Director: Stephen Susco

Writer: Stephen Susco

Release Date: July 20, 2018

Release Format: Cinemas

MPAA Rating: Rated R

Genre: Horror

Running Time: 1 hr 28 min

Synopsis

Unfriended: Dark Web tells the story about a teen who comes into possession of a new laptop and finds that it may have been stolen. He discovers the previous owner may be watching every move he makes and will do anything to get it back.

IMDb.com.

Unfriended: Dark Web intrigues me because I once went through a phase, and still do in a way, where I was obsessed with the Dark Web and the stories I’ve heard about it. I did a lot of research about it, but I am too afraid to download the Tor browser on my computer to look around on it, myself. This fascination was ongoing until I had a scare one night, and I was never curious about the Dark Web again. Well…I am still curious, but I don’t research it as much anymore.

I like how the Unfriended: Dark Web trailer plays out. I am not fond of Found Footage films, but this has an authentic vibe.

Dead Envy 147:25

Minutes to Midnight 151:43

Outro 159:53

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