On Episode 196 of Trick or Treat Radio we are back live in front of a virtual audience! This week, we check out the recent VOD found footage flick, They’re Watching. In addition we connect up with filmmaker Duane Graves! Duane has directed such films as The Wild Man of the Navidad, Butcher Boys and the recent horror western Kill or Be Killed, and we also delve into filmmaking in Austin and we find out about his latest project. We also play an immense amount of feedback from YOU the listeners, spoil a recent film and have several food revelations. So grab a Butterfinger, activate your stretching powers and strap on!
After 135 consecutive Wednesdays with a live episode of Trick or Treat Radio, our streak was snapped due to issues that were out of our control. A recent software update left us unable to stream live, but the show went on and we still had a blast! Joining us in studio for Episode 195 is Producer, Director and all around awesome dude, Jarret Blinkhorn! We talk movies, music, poop, VHS, filmmaking and much more! Jarret is also on hand for our featured film review, Hush! Check out our thoughts about this Netflix exclusive directed by Mike Flanagan. We also play your voicemails, hear outrageous stories and receive gifts! So shimmy off the barn, grab your crossbow and strap on!
MonsterZero says something offensive? Ravenshadow didn't watch the movie? Johnny And Dynamo fight about the pronunciation of things? Well then, that must mean it’s Episode 194 of Trick or Treat Radio! It ain't all bad though, we are joined in studio by the most requested guest co-host Jenny Isme! She helps us review Darling, the 2016 film from director and guest from last week’s show, Mickey Keating. From there we chat with the patron saint of Scare-A-Con, JV Johnson! Together, we run down the guest list and other festivities for the June convention in Springfield, MA and talk about convention culture in general! Let’s not forget the best part-- your feedback! This is a weird and at times emotional episode so turn down your mic, grab a Kit Kat and strap on!
On Episode 193 of Trick or Treat Radio we get to speak with one of the most prolific up and coming young directors in Mickey Keating. Mickey has directed Ritual, Pod, Darling and the soon to be released Carnage Park. As an extra added surprise bonus, we are also joined by another amazing young director in Joe Begos. Joe directed the great Almost Human and one of our most anticipated films of the year, The Mind’s Eye. We also have a super fun discussion as we review the Turkish horror flick, Baskin. We also somehow sneak in talk about Wrestling, Comic Books, Video Games, other Podcasts, cocks, Rocky Dennis and we play your voicemails and read your feedback! So remember the password to your WiFi, don’t forget to check your Facebook messages and strap on!
On Episode 192 of Trick or Treat Radio we are joined by our tag team partners, Bill and Chris from Outside the Cinema for the granddaddy of them all -- the Wrestlemania edition of The Wednesday Night Wars! We cover a breadth of topics ranging from wrestling to wrestling cops to wrestling transformers! We review the WWE Studios release Countdown starring Dolph Ziggler, Kane and Katharine Isabelle. We break down Wrestlemania weekend and have a lively discussion about Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. So grab your beanbag shotgun, hop in your Batmobile, and strap on!
On the ginormous Episode 191 of Trick or Treat Radio we are lucky to be joined by two of the coolest cats around! First up we hang out with Director/Producer/Writer Jack Bennett to talk about his work on the latest Anthrax video and a bunch of other nerdy stuff. Then we connect up with Film for Thought’s own Joe Dicanio to review the 2015 thriller from Drafthouse Films and Director Karyn Kusama, The Invitation! There are also tons of great voicemails from our listeners, arguments and the return of Dynamo in studio! So slip on your favorite 90's concert t-shirt, flip on the Headbangers Ball and strap on!
Episode 190 of Trick or Treat Radio has it all. Banana fingaz, Frankenstein, film festival discussions, thirty minutes of nerdy Transforming bliss and much more! We review the modern day retelling of the classic story of Frankenstein directed by Bernard Rose. We talk to the Co-Directors of the Boston Underground Film Festival, Kevin and Nicole! We also toss in an extra added Double Tap bonus as we tell you about all the stuff we’ve been digging. There are voicemails, many derailments and much much more! So patch up your carbuncle, put on your apron and strap on!
On Episode 189 of Trick or Treat Radio we are joined by the host of the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast, and Dynamo’s tag team partner, El Goro! It’s creature double feature week, but this time with a twist! First up we review the dark western, Kill or Be Killed! We then do our part in the Grand Guignol Network/HorrorPack crossover event as we take a look at the cult classic, The Dead Hate the Living! There is some feedback, some recommendations and a dramatic heel turn! So grab your Puppet Master dolls in one hand and your six shooter in the other and strap on!
On Episode 188, the Blind Wolf crashes Trick or Treat Radio! Our buddy and one of our favorite filmmakers, Kurando Mitsutake joins us to discuss his films; Samurai Avenger: The Blind Wolf, Gun Woman, and the upcoming Karate Kill! We also veer off into other avenues such as David Bowie, East meets West, favorite filmmakers and much more! Our featured film review is the 2016 theatrical release The Witch, we get tons of voicemail from our listeners and we announce the winners for three contests! So pet Black Phillip, grab your samurai sword, and strap on!
On Episode 187 of Trick or Treat Radio we speak with Bennett Jones, the creative force behind the indie comedy, I Am A Knife With Legs. Bennett touches on a multitude of topics from visiting the louvre to stand up comedy to getting a rejection letter from Cannes and we even get a cameo from Beefy and Bene! Our featured film review is the fucked up fairy tale, Nina Forever from the Blaine Brothers. We also play your voicemails, explain to Ravenshadow why he can’t wear a green shirt when filming promos and we announce a big guest for next week’s show! So grab a clean pair of sheets, a chocolate eclair and strap on!