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Oct 29, 2019

It's our most topical show yet! We're discussing American Horror Story: 1984's "Episode 100," which first aired October 23, 2019. How medically accurate is the execution? Are the inaccuracies just a red herring? Was there, for once, too MUCH blood? 

Our intro this week came from Tom Feeney of The Deep Dive Podcast. You...

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Oct 25, 2019

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Oct 22, 2019

"They don't BLEED from every orifice, they LEAK from every orifice. There's a difference."

This week, we're talking about the medical accuracy of 2005's Saw II with guests Dr. Greg Winter and Dr. Courtney Nicholas. How deadly are the traps, really? Could Jigsaw REALLY have taken a beating from Donnie Wahlberg? Is...

"Flatliners" gets almost everything wrong about doctors

Oct 16, 2019

A few weeks ago on Reddit, I shared our episode discussing "The Injury" episode of The Office, which manages to gets everything right, from the actual symptoms of a concussion to the mistakes people make when self-treating injuries. This week we talked about the 1990 horror film "Flatliners," which gets almost...

Oct 15, 2019

What's the most medically accurate way to temporarily murder your friends? This week we're discussing 1990's Flatliners, starring Keifer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, Oliver Platt, and Billy Baldwin. Somehow, this film manages to be LESS medically accurate than Human Centipede!