Shock Session: Jason Takes Nintendo

Between the dark days of our regular episodes come Shock Sessions: Brief horror related topics individually produced and presented by our horrific hosts.

Tonight:

Released by LJN for the Nintendo Entertainment System in February 1989, Friday the 13th has a notorious reputation for being one of the worst NES games of all time. But have we been judging Jason too harshly? Co-host Chris decides to dust off his Nintendo, blow into the cartridge, and explain while the execution is poor, the ideas behind it deserve another look.

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The Twilight Zone Cafe

In this special episode of It’s Alive!, Chris and Eric grab some coffee in the dimension of imagination. We sit down and discuss the impact Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone has had on television and modern culture. We also put on our intellectual caps and examine the themes in 2 of the best written episodes and how they relate today. So find your middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, as the It’s Alive! Podcast delves deep into the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge.

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EP. 20: Van Helsing Revisited

Its been 14 years since we’ve stepped into the Gothic world of Universal’s Van Helsing but tonight we take a journey back to Transylvania and see if the trip was as fun as we remembered. We also make a quick stop in Haddonfield to see what The Shape has been up to for his long awaited October return. So gather your silver bullets, sharpen your wooden stakes, and tidy up the laboratory because tonight we face the classic monsters for some fear and fun.

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Shock Sessions: Origin of Ouija

Between the dark days of our regular episodes come Shock Sessions: Brief horror related topics individually produced and presented by our horrific hosts.

Tonight:

The Ouija Board: overpriced superstitious piece of cardboard or multidimensional demonic communication device? Chris examines the history and mystery of this famed piece of supernatural memorabilia.  Despite developing a negative reputation, having a confusing name, and being well over 100 years old,  we examine why it’s still successful and still sold…in the toy aisle. 

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Ep. 19: Bidding On Horror

On tonight’s show we go to a mysterious cursed region from everywhere yet nowhere in which your wildest desires or deepest fears are offered for a price: eBay. And while we’re there, we find 6 of the most interesting, ridiculous, or downright creepy oddities to be listed in the horror genre. Can you put a price on the macabre? Or a dollar sign on a poltergeist? Let’s find out.  So hide your credit card, log out of your Paypal account, and listen closely as we find out that horror indeed has a price….and it’s name isn’t Vincent.

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