On Episode 125 we continue the year end double feature cram jam as we review an Irish horror film that has been getting a lot of buzz lately, The Canal. We also discuss the latest film from Jim Mickle, Cold in July! We do all this with our special in studio guest -- promoter, songwriter, graphic designer, guitar player, co-founder of DynaMyra and the front person of The Evil Streaks, Myra! We also hear from Sing Sang Soon, The Chayn Gang and Josh from the Arkham Film Society! Grab your Ouija board, a film reel from 1902, and your cowboy boots and strap on!
On Episode 124 we embark on an end of the year double feature cram jam! For the rest of the year, we will be reviewing two films a show in attempt to catch up on all the great cinema from 2014! Our featured review is the first English speaking flick from Adrian Garcia Bogliano, the Werewolf film, Late Phases. We then take a psychedelic detour to check out the Sci-Fi Drama, The Congress. Joining us on this voyage is The Cult of Muscle's CDR and making his in-studio debut, The Deadites own shutterbug, Snappy Whippersnap! Also, the validity of our Christmas wishes are evaluated, Myra checks in with her review of The Babadook and way lots more! So grab your shovel, your kite and strap on!
On Episode 123 of Trick or Treat Radio, we are joined in studio by the bass player of one of the greatest bands in the US of A. He’s Dynamo's buddy and Ravenshadow's Fantasy -- The Rev from The Evil Streaks! We all sit down and discuss the Aussie horror flick, The Babadook! This film has been called everything from boring tripe to the greatest horror film of all time. What do the boys think? Beats me, you’re going to have to listen and find out! From there Kyle Kuchta stops by and overcomes technical issues and an inept host to talk all about his new convention documentary Fantasm! So grab your convention lanyard, your childrens pop up book and strap on a handmade trebuchet because you’ll need it for this episode!
This is a Trick or Treat public service announcement -- Episode 122 will make you laugh uncontrollably or compel you to throw your listening device into oncoming traffic. Josh from The Arkham Film Society braves the snowpocalypse to force us to watch the 1982 animated film, The Plague Dogs. Our featured review is a flick with quite a bit of buzz, Starry Eyes. Do the boys think it stands up to the hype or is it overrated? Get the lowdown on our XSplit license giveaway and our Amazon contest. A new installment of the Many Movie Moments of MonsterZero, we hear from our boy Bobby Chaynz and we find out why Michael Ravenshadow’s car is in the garage. So grab your Pudding Pops, put on your robe and strap on for what might be our darkest, possibly most offensive and funniest show!
On Episode 121 we talk with filmmaker Bloody Bill about his new movie Circus of the Dead, his critically acclaimed short film Doll Boy and the proper way to ride a bike! We also review the latest film from Shion Sono, Why Don’t You Play in Hell? It has been receiving rave reviews and was recently picked up for a US release by the awesome Drafthouse Films. Tiny’s one week hiatus has ended, we unveil the details of our XSplit License Contest and we kick technical issues in the dick. So grab your katana, your Muggle-Wump and strap on!
Episode 120 was a big week for guests! We start by traveling to the great white north to hang out with our boy Rocky to review the Alex de la Iglesia film, Witching and Bitching. We then take a trip to rural New England to interview the ultra-talented, multimedia trendsetter and Comic Book creator Alex de Campi to talk about her new Horror comic, Grindhouse: Drive In, Bleed Out! It's a hell of a great chat and we’re super excited for you to hear it. To round out the episode, the home office sends us another TorTR spin-off preview, Jeanette checks in with the debut of the Haunting TV News AND we have a surprise celebrity call in that you won’t want to miss! So grab a sack of pubes, shoot a ten sided die out your butt and strap on!
What’s up, cats and kittens? On Episode 119 of Trick or Treat Radio, we review the 2014 flick, Killers, directed by the Mo Brothers and produced by the man with the midas touch, Gareth Evans. From there we have a conversation about the reality of being a professional artist in 2014 and finally we take a moment to breathe and take a look back at one of our busiest months ever, that included (censored) conventions, podcasts and the Halloween Extravaganza! Sing Sang Soon checks in to review (censored) and we hear about another (censored) Trick or Treat Radio spin off featuring (censored). All that plus Dynamo announces the first Dynamyra event! So grab a (censored), a big huge (censored), snuggle up to a couple of (censored) and strap (censored)!!
It's the last show before Halloween and joining us in studio is filmmaker Andrea Wolanin! She's going to give us the 411 on her upcoming short film, Penta. She is also going to help us interview Eisner nominated author and creator of the awesome Halloween Legion, Martin Powell! If all that's not enough, we review the latest installment in the V/H/S series, V/H/S: Viral! We are getting jacked up for our big Halloween Extravaganza! Also, Sing Sang Soon reviews The Omen, we get a promo for another Trick or Treat Radio Spin-off show and Tiny threatens to kill Marz! So grab your camcorder, a dixie cup full of Apple Crisp and strap on!
For this year’s Extra Special Halloween Special, we resurrected the format from two years ago and have a high stakes debate and create a Halloween playlist! First up, the Great Debate of 2014! REMAKES! Useless trash or the next generation folklore? Are remakes a good or bad thing? Should there be more creativity in film or is it a perfectly good practice to remake or re-envision ideas that have come before? We also construct the ultimate Halloween playlist, drink beer and hear from a bunch of our friends!
On Episode 117, we are joined by Super Villain Supreme, Sir Isaac. He has somehow infiltrated Castle Wolfenstein once again, this time to help us review the latest film from the Soska Twins, See No Evil 2 starring WWE star Kane, Katharine Isabelle and Danielle Harris. In addition, we have a post mortem about our weekend at Rock and Shock, talk with Dr. Chris about the Kickstarter for his genderswap Dracula film and we deliver the 411 on our big Halloween events -- The Halloween Extravaganza and the Extra Special Halloween Special! So find the closest morgue, put your Kane mask on and strap on!