On Episode 221 of Trick or Treat Radio we take you to school as we are joined by our good buddy and film buff, Professor Jay! The Professor was excited to join us to review the bizarre comedy/horror, The Greasy Strangler. We recap our weekend at Rock And Shock and discuss The Deadites live show! We also hear about your convention experiences in our feedback segment, we hear about MZs latest Halloween costume, learn whether or not Jay is truly a Professor or a lecturer and whether we’re a bunch of smart individuals or really just bullshit artists! So grab your morning coffee, put extra oil in it and strap on!
Episode 220 of Trick or Treat Radio has enough content for two episodes, but we somehow manage to squeeze it into one! We are joined in studio by super villain supreme Sir Isaac and have a surprise visit from the man of 1000 voices, Kevin Barbare! We review the Canadian indie action thriller, The Demolisher, speak with our buddy and filmmaker Immortal Alexander to discuss his upcoming Deadites documentary. We also preview the upcoming Rock And Shock weekend and take a look at the board game, Mixtape Massacre from our friends over at Bright Light Media! Phew! That’s not all though, we also mention everyone we know from Australia, we play your voicemail and make an international love connection! So grab your favorite movie jacket, hold on tight to your necklace, and strap on!
On Episode 219 of Trick or Treat Radio we are joined by the man behind Monsters are good, Sam Furst! We couldn't think of anyone more appropriate to have in studio to review the latest Toho flick, Shin Godzilla (Godzilla Resurgence)! We also discuss what makes this time of year special for us horror fans and what sort of rituals we have to get into the Halloween spirit. But that's not all! We get a huge Deadites announcement, we find out about another podcast luminary returning to Rock and Shock, and we even give love life advice? So grab your Drive jacket, your Hunter S. Thompson costume and strap on!
On Episode 218 of Trick or Treat Radio the hosts have been replaced by a completely different set of hosts, the show format has been changed and the studio has been relocated to a different country. So that all means the show has to be different right? Nope, wrong! It’s the same damn show you all know and love! This week, our buddy Jarret Blinkhorn is in studio to review the IFC Midnight release, Antibirth and he also curates the newly rebranded Blinkbuster Video segment and digs deep into his archives to select the cult classic Nail Gun Massacre for us to discuss! We also get the scoop on Jarret’s upcoming short, Dynamo and MZ get into a heated debate and we get awesome voicemail from our amazing listeners! So grab the closest nail gun, do massive amounts of drugs, and strap on!
Episode 217 of Trick or Treat Radio features two muscle bound cultists kidnapped and forced to face off against four mad raving halloween loving lunatics. When all hope seems lost, a legendary grue believer enters the fray to force them all to settle their differences! Jakey-Poo and CDR from the Cult of Muscle are the special guests recruited to review Rob Zombie’s latest flick, 31. Afterward, the Stan Lee of horror, Tony Timpone makes his return to the show to discuss what he’s been up to lately and do what he does best, talk horror. There is plenty of great listener participation, more MZ and Marz confrontations and some hot Rob Zombie takes! So grab your grease paint, your animatronic monster, and strap on!
Episode 216 of Trick or Treat Radio is a monster of a show! Although, I suppose it all depends on what your definition of a monster is, really. This week, our featured film review is a film based on a book, I Am Not A Serial Killer. We also have an in depth discussion about our favorite monsters. Who are they and why did we pick em? We break down the definition of what a monster is, we hear the answer to the question from our amazing listeners and we find out if Nosferatu can pilot an alien aircraft! So grab your Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, suffer for your art, and strap on!
Episode 215 of Trick or Treat Radio is a nightmare demon hell ride of the best sort! We are joined by the super awesome Jenny Isme to review the latest flick from Nicolas Winding Refn, The Neon Demon! In addition we chat with OddNMacabre Sean about his unique artwork, creating strong horror community and we get a special message from Can Evrenol, director of Baskin! We have tons of awesome voicemail and email and hashtags galore like #CoolPrincipal and #BaloneyBoobs! So grab your copy of Gore Shriek Resurrectus, apply a generous helping of glitter, and strap on!
On Episode 214 of Trick or Treat Radio an argument about current events breaks out and it gets so intense that Dynamo slaps MZ with a pillow!? Aside from the heated exchange, we review the Italian horror thriller from our friends over at Artsploitation Films, The Perfect Husband! We then spend the rest of the episode talking about Podcasts! We name some of our favorites, we read your email and play your voicemail about the ones that you love the most and Dynamo runs down his Top 13 favorite podcasts! We also find a few moments to talk about two great ones that we lost this week-- Mr. Fuji and Gene Wilder. So grab your bowler hat, throw salt in someone’s eyes, and strap on!
Episode 213 of Trick or Treat Radio might very well be one of our most schizophrenic episodes yet! We start off by reviewing the recently released to VOD flick, Sun Choke featuring Barbara Crampton. We have a Nerds of the Not-So-Round Table discussion where we discuss some of the movies we've been watching, music we've been listening to and comics we've been reading! We'll also play your voicemail, recap our crazy weekend and hear all about MonsterZero’s first Yoga class!? So throw on some yoga pants, grab a tuning fork, and strap on!
Episode 212 of Trick or Treat Radio is the return of the Wednesday Night Wars! We once again team up with Bill and Chris, our buds over at Outside The Cinema to discuss the finest (or worst) in wrestling cinema. This time around we finally appease Dynamo and discuss the 1985 wrestling curiosity, I Like to Hurt People. This film has an interesting backstory and we do our best to dissect it and make sense of it. We also play your voicemail, read your email and tweets and talk about some of the best live wrestling experiences we’ve had. So grab your wrestling tights, a weaponized fork, and strap on!