We move from the mother of all witches to the king of the underworld on this week’s Ominous Origins, discussing the Mesopotamian god Nergal. …continue reading Ominous Origins: Don’t Mes(opotamian) with Nergal
With Halloween rapidly approaching, it’s time to get a little witchy with the mother of mischief, the harrowing hag known as Baba Yaga. MORE …continue reading Ominous Origins: It’s the Baba Yaga
The latest release from director Seth Breedlove and the Small Town Monsters production company delivers equal parts horror and local history. Breedlove and his …continue reading Reel Review: Skinwalker – Howl of the Rougarou
We conclude our journey to explore the Seven Deadly Sins on Ominous Origins with wrath, greed, and — the worst of all — pride. MORE ABOUT …continue reading Ominous Origins: Wrath, Greed, and Pride, Oh My!
On our journey to explore the Seven Deadly Sins, we’ve come to another lesser sin — and an utterly relatable one — the slacker sin …continue reading Ominous Origins: Sloths Aren’t Just Cute Animals
On our journey to explore the Seven Deadly Sins, we’ve come to one of the nastier — but also most universal — ones: the sin …continue reading Ominous Origins: The Big Green Monster
Welcome to the Ominous Origins podcast, sinners! Let’s overindulge in a discussion about another one of the seven deadly sins: gluttony. MORE ABOUT THIS …continue reading Ominous Origins: Glutton for Punishment
On this episode of the Ominous Origins podcast, come sin with us as we explore religious taboos, starting with the sin of lust. MORE …continue reading Seven Deadly Sins: Let’s Talk About Lust, Baby.
It’s a very special edition of the Adventures in Movies! podcast, where your hosts explore the docu-series “Sasquatch” now showing on Hulu. ABOUT THIS …continue reading Adventures in Movies: “Sasquatch” Special Edition
On this episode of the Ominous Origins podcast, we head to Iceland to seek out the hidden mysteries of the Huldofolk. MORE ABOUT THIS EPISODE: …continue reading Ominous Origins: Hide and Seek with the Huldufolk