Monday, September 18, 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

VUNDACAST ch. 96 Horror-Cane Irma Spectacular





Hosts: Stephen and Danielle 
Sleeping dog gang: Xena, Duke, Morty, and Rusty 

During Hurricane Irma Stephen and Danielle did some podcasting to kill time. The first 26minutes is Stephen and Danielle telling tales of new dogs and their bird R2D2. 27 minute mark to around 50 minute spot is Dedicated to discussion on the Korean Zombie film Train to Busan. We then talk about the local Popcorn Frights film festival and The Hatred(on demand now), and after 1hour 51minute mark we talk the Devil's Candy now available currently on Netflix. Follow us on

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Friday, September 1, 2017

Football Friday: Top 10 College Football Upsets of the Past 25 Years (Happy 10th Anniversary Appalachian State over Michigan!)


Ten years ago today, the college football world was rocked by one of the biggest upsets in its history when the Mountaineers of Appalachian State marched into the Big House and took down the #5 ranked Michigan Wolverines--a team featuring stars such as QB Chad Henne, WRs Mario Manningham and Adrian Arrington, LT Jake Long, and RB Mike Hart.

Just to put this in perspective a little more: Long was a first-team All-American in 2006 and 2007, Manningham a second-team All-American in 2007, Hart was first-team All-Big Ten in 2004, 2006, and 2007, Henne was first-team All-Big Ten in 2007; Henne and Manningham went on to be starters on NFL teams and Jake Long was the #5 pick in the 2008 NFL Draft as well as a starter for the Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams).

This monumental upset would just be the beginning of what would eventually become known as the "Year of the Upset" in college football. According to Wikipedia: "An unranked or lower-ranked opponent defeated a higher-ranked team 59 times over the course of the [2007] regular season. Teams ranked in the top five of the AP Poll were defeated by unranked opponents 13 times during the regular season, setting a new record in the history of the AP Poll when at least 20 teams were ranked."

So in the spirit of this seismic upset in the annals of college football history and the 10th anniversary of this incredible game--and of the "Year of the Upset"--we at Vundablog present our favorite upsets of the past 25 years (roughly the amount of time that I [Derrick] have been watching college football) based on the magnitude of the upset, its importance, and the overall quality of the game (in that order). Enjoy!

Flmmaker Fandom Friday: Ron Howard's Advice For Filmmakers



Tell me how to fly solo. -Stephen host of the Vundacast

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Videos I made in College for some Class: Khan the Captain Ahab of Space



Love some Star Trek especially when it got me through a presentation I had to make in class in regards to Moby Dick. Love any chance to expose people to Ricardo Montalban and William Shatner. -Stephen host of the Vundacast

Monday, July 17, 2017

R.I.P. George Romero (1940-2017)


The world has lost a visionary today. Not only a pioneer of the zombie movie but a pioneer of representation and social commentary in film. FAR ahead of his time on race and gender issues. Take a look at some of the reactions from notable people of color on Twitter:










As well as other notables: