To reflect, I listened to 3rd Millenium Horror. From the beginning, it appears that this group also worked towards a modular construction, with each member contributing. I liked the consistency of the hosts, each talked about the movies opening weekend and real world reception. Since I am writing this as I am listening, I must keep the comments straight and to the point. Some of the remarks may be a little less refined than I prefer, but I will avoid editing to keep the authenticity of my reactions.
The first anonymous host had a very well rehearsed. My one gripe is that it was very well rehearsed. For flavorful hosts, I would prefer a more extemporaneous style. The background music in the second part added quite a bit though. The logic for the second part was also impeccable.
Wow, a movie I have actually seen! That is rare indeed. I also enjoyed the movie as a mental thriller. I think I could have done without the FULL trailer, but the content is good, so I cannot complain. The bumpers overall are very well made. Again, there is great use of background music.
For the third host, there were some difficulties with the volume dial. I use of effects was a nice touch, though their difference in volume led to some unfortunate headphone incidents (specifically the bone crushing). John has a very understandable voice, with good pacing, etc. I only wish he had ripped into the last film a little harder.
For the fourth host, we have some good observations. I would have liked a little more detail, but there is only so much time in a day. Again, the bumpers are very nice.
The content of the radio show was very good. The hosts were generally concise, and gave great points. However, I did not get a great insight into the characters personalities. I am not sure whether or not the hosts made an appearance at all, since the reviews all sound like normal people (are they?). Overall, the radio show flowed very well.