Friday, December 24, 2010

This Saint Nic's Holiday Special

Sit back and enjoy some stories and music of the holiday season. There's a little something for everyone in this special and I hope y'all have a great time listening to it as I had recording it. Thanks to all of you listeners out there for your love and support for this podcast. Much love to my wonderful co-host Slick, for without her, this would have never had happened. HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE! Luvs, hugs and peace on earth!

“Christmas Time (is Here Again)” by The Beatles
“Jingle Bells” by Béla Fleck & The Flecktones
“The Real Santa Claus” by Marianna Mayer
“Winter” by Rhythm or the Season
“Mr. Coldmiser/Mr. Heatmiser” by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
“The Christmas Almanack” by Gerard and Patricia Del Re
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring by Osmond and Holt
“Dreidel” by Erran Baron Cohen
“Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins” by Eric A. Kimmel
“Riu Chiu” by The Monkees
“Bright Christmas” by Andrew Clements
“Agnus Dei” by SLCC Chamber Singers
“Gloria” by SLCC Chamber Singers
“Singabahambayo” by SLCC Chamber Singers
“Trepak” by Bowfire
“The Little Match Girl” by Hans Christian Andersen
“And Winter Came” by Enya
“Little Drummer Boy” by Ringo Starr

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Episode 11: Stephen's Singing Sirens

Gotta love a tune here and there! Slick and Nic have a great time reporting on the happening of the world of entertainment as well as discuss the most famous author in the world, Stephen King. Plus, you get to hear the gals belt out a melody or two during the show. We'd like to thank the members of "The Old Oilhouse" for the little spoof of the show as well. We love you guys!

Featured Soundtracks
Sherlock Holmes by Hans Zimmer
Donny Darko by Michael Andrews

Featured Song of the Week
"Let It Go" by Nurse Sherri
From Death by Salt

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Episode 6: A Mistress, A Diva and Queen

The latest in entertainment news and headlines as well as a spotlight on the magnificent rock band, Queen.

* Dark Tower Release Date Announced
* The Govenator in Avatar 2 and 3
* Tarsem Singh Confirmed To Direct His Own Take On Snow White
* Original Darth Vader Costume Up for Auction

* John Carpenter to Direct 'Darkchylde'

* Give a Halloween Treat: Buy a 5-Year-Olds Monster Art, Treat His Leukemia
* Full Length Movie of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” in 3D

* Walking Dead Breaks AMC Records
* Elvira Returns to TV

* Digital Sales Are Down
* Garbage to Reunite
* John Lennon to appear on £5 coin

* Ozzy Osbourne Interview
* Guns n’ Roses Reportedly Receives $1 Million To Play Private Show
* Aerosmith’s Joe Perry Thoughts on Steven Tyler’s 'American Idol' Decision

* Captain Kangaroo’s Mr. Baxter Dies at 92
* James MacArthur aka Hawaii 5-0’s original Dano dies at 72
* Denise Borino-Quinn from ‘Sopranos’ dies of cancer at 46

* High Speed Internet on Mt. Everest
* LED Tattoos…the Next Trend?
* Broadway Is In with PeeWee and Goonies
* Paul, the Psychic Octopus dies

Phoenix Mercury Trust

All songs are performed by Queen
* Killer Queen
* I Want To Break Free
* It’s a Hard Life
* These Are the Days of Our Lives
* I’m Going Slightly Mad
* Driven By You
* Somebody to Love
* Bohemian Rhapsody
* Crazy Little Thing Called Love
* Las Palabras De Amor
* Good Old-Fashion Lover Boy
* Friends Will Be Friends
* Fat Bottomed Girls
* Flash
* Radio Ga Ga
* No One But You

Sunday, October 31, 2010

2010 Halloween Special

Slick and Nic bring you stories and music for you Halloween enjoyment!

The Mysteries of Skinwalker Ranch
Night of the Harlequin
A Sleep Study Gone Wrong...Very Wrong
The Encounter with the Black Eyed Child

Paul aka LoganBlaze's YouTube Video
Short Story Feature by Brandon Guymon

Music Featured in this Episode
Theme from “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes”
“Bang Bang” by Nancy Sinatra from the movie
“Kill Bill”
“Never Know”
by Nitzer Ebb from the movie “Saw VI”
“Martian Hop” by The Ran-Dells
Theme from
“The Addams Family”
“On the Heels”
by Marco Beltrami from the movie “Omen 666”
“Reunited” by James Newton Howard from the movie “I Am Legend”
“The Return to Boston” by John Williams from the movie “War of the Worlds”
“Circle of Hell” by Brian Tyler and Klaus Badelt from the movie
“The Party”
by James Newton Howard from the movie
“Lady in the Water”Theme from “Psycho” by Bernard Herrmann
“Holcane Attack” by James Horner from “Apocalypto”
Music Score by Phillip Glass from “The Illusionist”

"This is Halloween" by Marilyn Manson from the movie "The Nightmare Before Christmas"

Friday, October 22, 2010

Halloween Special Announcement

Have you ever wanted to get your voice out on a podcast? Well here's your chance!

Have you seen a ghost? Been abducted by aliens? Dated bigfoot? Were you drug down the sewers by an evil clown? We want your ghost, paranormal and supernatural stories from you for our Halloween supplemental!

We would prefer that you send a recording so that we can hear your voice and your story the way that it’s suppose to be told, but if you’d prefer you may send an email with your experience or even a video we’d love to have them. We need all submissions by October 29th so that we may have it edited and posted on Halloween day.

Please note that if you feel uncomfortable with giving your name with your stories, we understand. Your identity will remain anonymous if you request. Not all stories have to be spooky or horrific. If you have angelic or miraculous stories, please send us those too. We’re looking for any stories of the unexplained and unusual.

Thanks for your help! We can’t wait to hear what y’all have to say.

Please send your recordings and emails to

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Episode 4: It's a Killer!

Slick and Nic go back to their favorite childhood horror/thriller flicks of the 70's and 80's as well as give you the latest in news of entertainment.

Music Featured in Podcast
* 'No More Mr. Nice Guy' from 'Shocker' by Megadeth

* 'Nightmare On My Street' by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince
* Theme from 'The Exorcist' by Mike Oldfield
* Theme from 'Jaws' by John Williams
* Theme from 'Halloween' by John Carpenter
* Theme from 'Hellraiser' by Christopher Young
* Theme from 'Nightmare on Elm Street' by Charles Bernstein
* Theme from 'The Thing' by John Carpenter
* Theme from 'Re-Animator' by Josh Furey
* 'Avi-Santi' from 'The Omen' by Jeff Goldsmith
* Theme from 'Dawn of the Dead' by Herbert Chappell
* Theme from 'Last House on the Left' by John Murphy
* Theme from 'Cannibal Holocaust' by Riz Ortolani
* Theme from 'Orca' by Ennio Morricone
* Theme from 'Friday the 13th' by Fred Mollin

Friday, October 15, 2010

The Random Fandom - Special Announcement

A special "Welcome Home" message for the Chilean miners and a special message for Peter Criss and his walk against breast cancer.

To give to this cause, CLICK HERE
Loves & hugs!

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Episode 3: Nuclear Anomalies From Outer Space

Slick and Nic have some Top Ten Lists, give an inside of a stalking that may take place for Doctor Who's Matt Smith, talk about your ma and pa's monsters from the 50's and 60's and give to much personal information on their fashion sense.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Episode 2: Monsters! They're Universal

Slick & Nic are back and this week it's all about the Monsters! The Thing! Pinhead! Michael Bolton! All here!


Tuesday, September 28, 2010

EPISODE 1 - Episode 1 - Dino Butts and Guillermo

Slick & Nic are back with the first official episode of their "Random Fandom" Podcast.

Get the ultimate experience from watching a movie buried in a grave; 80's bands are making a comeback; Scientists need to learn to watch movies; Really horny dinosaur is found; Geek-a-Week Trading Cards; Learn of our love for Guillermo del Toro; Find out what happens when you cross Cobra with My Little Pony.

Follow us on Twitter - THE RANDOM FANDOM, SLICK & NIC

Monday, September 20, 2010

Episode 00: The Pilot - Meet Your Hosts

The inaugural edition of our brand new podcast has been released to the Nersdphere masses! "The Random Fandom with Slick & Nic" will be the anti-thesis of our other show "Back to the 80's" as our girls pretty much cover all other areas of the fandom, from the modern days to the days of black and white and even the printed page. It is also something new as it is the first Podcast in our arsenal to be completely hosted and produced by women.

You can listen to the podcast by going HERE.

and you can find out all the details of the show/give feedback by posting on the thread HERE.

and you can even contribute to the next episode by posting on the "What if" discussion thread HERE.

Give it a listen. You wont be disappointed!