Tag: comedy

Episode 06: Occult Killing in 70s Ireland; The Boy In The Attic

Join us this week as we explore Opus Dei, the unlikely origins of Black Mass, and our first Irish true crime adventure as we dive into one of Ireland most horrifying and secretive murders. John Horgan… The Boy in The Attic.


Episode 5: Geopolitics Part 2, Electric Boogaloo

What do Chaos Magic, Paramilitary Groups, and Neo-Fascism all have in common? Last week we talked about geopolitical scientist Aleksandr Dugin’s book Foundations of Geopolitics and the massive impact it may have had on Russian foreign policy, and read excerpts from our email interview with him. So the guy’s an academic, right? Right! He’s an…


Episode 04: The Man Behind Putin; Aleksandr Dugin (Exclusive Interview)

In this episode we read from an exclusive interview we have with former Russian geopolitical adviser Aleksandr Dugin, writer of the globally influential Foundations of Geopolitics, and discuss his work and influence on Russian foreign policy. The book advocates funding black and white activist groups in the US, separating Britain from the EU, and annexing…


Episode 3: The Act of Killing

  In this episode, Master of Film Theo Bowyer breaks down The Act of Killing, a documentary following members of a former death squad in Indonesia as they recount their crimes as un-punished heroes of the state. We get into mob-mentality, groupthink, cognitive dissonance, and the capacity for good and evil within us all. We…


Episode 1: The Corporate Side of Scientology

  From setting up Christmas markets in Ireland to infiltrating the Indonesian boy scouts, Scientology have a business plan that has nothing to do with their outlandish beliefs. We get into the different sub-groups and corporate entities that comprise Scientology and what they’re up to around the world. Tune in for weeks of research compounded…