Friday, January 13, 2012

A Lonely Place To Die and 11-11-11

Times they are a changin' in The Basement! And it has nothing to do with the lovely lady above realizing any Basement Dwellers even exist.

Regular listeners to the radio show and podcast are probably wondering what the deuce happened last week (Jan. 6). The radio show had a steady, loud hum through it and the podcast, well, there was no podcast per say. The entire hour was lost save for the recorded interview with John "The Arrow" Fallon.

The problem was a technical issue at The X that, while annoying to radio listeners, rendered the podcast inaudible. We're told the issue has been corrected but, because the podcast is a huge part of Film Reviews From the Basement, the crew isn't taking any chances with future episodes.

Starting tonight the show will be recorded live in The Basement. That means the full hour will run uninterrupted just as it has on the air every Friday night at The X with two reviews, the movie news, music and the live tweets of Mike S over at @basementreviews. And, of course, the lively banter of Jason and Shawn.

The hour will be podcast on Sunday and air the following Friday on 92.5FM CFBX Kamlooops at 9 p.m. PST. You can also find it at the same Bat Time on Shaw Cable 106.1 and We encourage our radio fans to tune in then.

The Basement believes this is the best way to keep the integrity of the podcast, which has been the show's calling card since the beginning. And it allows the radio show to continue as well.

Tonight Jason and Shawn will recap their lost reviews of Grave Encounters and Julia's Eyes plus tackle the mountain climbing thriller A Lonely Place To Die starring Melissa George (above) and The Asylum knockoff 11-11-11. Plus our thoughts on the worst movie kills of all time.

Don't get 11-11-11 confused with Darren Lynn Bousman's 11-11-11, because that's what Jason did and that's how the flick ended up on the schedule for tonight's hour of entertainment.

We hope Basement fans appreciate the new arrangement, and thanks to Steve and Brant for being so accommodating. As always, stick with us!

And now for a look at tonight's attractions:

A Lonely Place To Die



  1. The sound is much better than older episodes, great stuff guys.

  2. Thanks so much! We appreciate the comment, and glad it sounded good!