Tanis podcast host Nic Silver and regular contributor MK, explore the possible existence of "The Last Movie," an infamous underground feature film, reputed to drive you insane. Legend has it that every screening of this film was surrounded by bloodshed and controversy: one reviewer actually described slipping on blood in the aisle, as he ran through dozens of people trying to tear him apart.
Tagged For Deletion
With Nic and MK inadvertently joining the cast of the film, something needs to be done before they suffer the same fate as everyone else connected to it. Evan and Amy travel to Los Angeles in hopes of ensuring their friends' safety, but it may be too late.
Amy and Evan found the set that was used in the movie, leading Nic and MK into an “on location” investigation. Back at the studio, the BCC hosts come to the dark realization that everyone associated with this movie really does appear to be vanishing. Have they stepped too close to the event horizon of whatever strangeness is at the center of this thing?
A Lucrative and Very Joyful Opportunity
When nothing makes sense, it’s time to go back to the basics. The hosts dissect the clip and realize that almost every part of it is chronologically impossible. Following a hail Mary lead on a Minidisc player, though, they finally get some answers.
Things Are Getting Extremely Rowdy
A pattern is beginning to emerge as more and more leads turn into dead ends, deaths and missing persons reports. The team begins to worry that they may have stumbled into one of Hollywood’s darkest secrets, and then a repeat viewing of the clip reveals something horrifying.
Gone, Like a Little Worm
As the team begins to analyze the strange movie clip they were sent, a unique outfit and an anachronistic piece of technology gives them new leads to chase down. The further they go, however, the more things begin to unravel.
PRA Presents BCC
Amy and Evan, two interns at the PRA, start their own podcast, "BCC", to cover strange internet mysteries. They believe they've hit the jackpot with their pilot episode about a 2:76:00-long movie that seems to blink in and out of existence online. But when they dig a bit deeper, they find a clue that hints that this film and “The Last Movie” have something (or someone) sinister in common.