Sunday, June 30, 2013

Rish performs "Unholy Womb & Other Halloween Stories" on

I haven't done one of these plugs in a while.  Whoops.

A few weeks back, I contacted Steven E. Wedel, the author of a short story collection I narrated, to see if he'd let us run a story from the book on the Dunesteef, and he was amenable.  I picked the title story "Unholy Womb," and presented it unchanged from how it appears in the book, which is now available for sale at Audible

The collection itself features scary five stories, all taking place on Halloween.

"Unholy Womb" tells the tale of a youth who picks up a pair of pumpkins from a local farmer, only to find they're part of a sinister Halloween trick.
"The Halloween Feast" has a man who recently lost his wife and child invited to a costume party where the dead share drinks with the living.
"SKN-3" is about a modern day mad scientist in an inner city neighborhood, doing what mad scientists do best. 
"Hungry Is The Night" is a lovely tale wherein a small-time reporter starts hearing about some strange incidents, and discovers the local sheriff has been getting similar calls, leading to the suspicion that something otherworldy has entered their little town.
And in "Scream of Humanity," a nineteenth century doctor is called on to deliver a baby (from another unholy womb), but is given advice on what to do if the child comes out . . . wrong.

Some projects are fun and some are a drudgery.  This was definitely the former, and I hope that's more of the rule rather than an exception.  You can head over to and listen to the first story for free (if you don't like that one, you won't like the rest of them), or throw down a few bucks to listen to the whole thing.  Either way, Halloween wins.

Rish Outfield, Audiobook Narrator

Thursday, June 27, 2013


After criticizing both Superman and Iron Man, what can Big and Rish do to anger more fanboys?  How about barbecueing the sacred cow called the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?  Recorded long ago (but just now unearthed), Rish was inspired to do this episode upon hearing of the outrage over the casting of Megan Fox as April in the upcoming movie, and Big's retort of "They could cast Zelda Rubinstein as April O'Neil and it wouldn't make the movie any worse."

Warning: Profanity.

Warning 2: Michael Bay.

Keep those cards and letters coming, folks.

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Friday, June 21, 2013

TGMG 113: Pan of Steel

So, the big screen return of Superman, Zack Snyder's MAN OF STEEL, hit theaters recently, and both Rish and Big went out (separately) to see it. Unable to get together on their regular schedule, they met at a park to talk about it. Spoilers abound.

Warning 1: Rish had an unpleasant time at the cinema, and it may have affected his opinion.

Warning 2: Big and Rish, in an attempt to be timely about this, have opted not to edit this particular That Gets My Goat episode, which means there will be coughs and stutters, distractions and digressions, lots of ums, and the irritating noise of Rish scooting the microphone around.

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T-Shirt Day

Apparently, today is T-Shirt day. I don't know who decides these things, but it doesn't really matter. What matters, and why I'm bothering to post, is that Spreadshirt, the company that does our T-Shirts for us, is having a free shipping day today. Doesn't matter how much you buy or anything.

So, if you ever wanted a Dunesteef T-Shirt, and you thought, "Sure, I'd pay $11 for a Dunesteef Chalupa For You shirt," but then you found the shipping price to push it over the edge into unaffordability, now's your chance. Shipping is free. You just have to enter the promo code: TDAY2013 when you check out.

Oh, and we've been assembling this awesome photo gallery on Facebook of people wearing Dunesteef shirts, so if you do decide to buy one, take a picture of yourself wearing it, and send it in to us at editor (at) dunesteef (dot) com, and we'll post it there. We want the gallery to be as large and amazing as possible.

Oh, and here's the link to the Dunesteef apparel shop.

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

That Gets My Goat 112: He WAS Iron Man

So, the rest of Big and Rish's post-IRON MAN conversation was lost, and they attempt to recreate it at Big's house. Rish is not thrilled with the ending of the movie. Just how thrilled, he's not going to tell you.

Oh wait, he will. And then some. Big says a thing or two in there also. Listen quick, or you might miss it.

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