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Digital Noise Episode 11: Into Darkness

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The Digy-noizers (we’re SO street) bring you another week’s ear-load of the titles for home release you’ve just got to see! And those that you only kind of, and absolutely should avoid as well, of course.

We take a look at some of the best creature designs we’ve seen in, like, forever, in Frankenstein’s Army, take a voyage with the Enterprise to kill Osama in Into Darkness, follow the Winchester brothers through the latest season of Supernatural, narrowly avoid the machete in the giant HD Friday the 13th box set, and oh, so much more. Featuring giveaways for Ultimate Wolverine vs Hulk and Star Trek: Origins, this is the podcast to fill your ear holes with this week!


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