Dear Trick Or Treat Radio Heads, we at the show thank you for hanging out with us for the last three years! For this milestone episode, most of us watched two Shaw Brothers films. The ultra surreal, The Boxers Omen and the hyperkinetic kids action spectacular Demon of the Lute. We also get to hangout with two of our best buds- Josh from the Arkham Film Society and CDR from the Cult of Muscle Podcast! We get a bunch of desert island media picks from you guys, the most awesome listeners in the world. Stephanie Wiley challenges MonsterZero to follow through on one of his threats and what would an anniversary show be without an argument? So tear your head off, cut open a crocodile and strap on! And thank you, it means a lot to us!
On Episode 156 of Trick or Treat Radio, we are joined by the devious supervillain and father of the year candidate, Dr. Joey Tron! Tron hijacked Tiny Wight’s Roll the Bones pick and selected the Godfrey Ho Kung Fu epic, Ninja Destroyer! We review the new found footage flick from Mark Duplass, Creep. We also receive voicemails from Ravenshadow on vacation, Joshua Gravel from the Arkham Film Society, Sir Isaac, Charlie’s Butt and Tron’s babysitter! So grab your ninja bandana, your Peachfuzz mask and strap on!
Episode 155 of Trick or Treat Radio continues the string of in studio guests as we are joined this week by MonsterZero’s number one fan, Tom C! Tom joins us to partake in another Creature Double Feature Film Review! We kick things off with I-Lived, the latest film from the director of the incredible Maniac remake, Franck Khalfoun! We follow it up with the latest release from IFC Midnight, the bugs run amok flick, Stung! We answer YOUR questions in the feedback portion of the show, we hear from Joseph Theroux of 401 Stories, we find out who the next in studio guest will be and get a message from The Ghost of Dusty Rhodes! So grab your iPhone, your bug spray and strap on!
Episode 154 of Trick or Treat Radio manages to do something we’ve not done often in our 154 Episodes -- actually have intelligent film discussions! That’s because we have our good buddy from North Cackalacky, the film maestro Professor Jay in studio! He joins us to talk about the horror flick from Dark Sky Films, Producer Travis Stevens and Director Ted Geoghegan, We Are Still Here. Dynamo presents a gift to MonsterZero, Ravenshadow has a present from the back of his van and we also do our Nerds of the Not-So-Round Table segment. So put on your monocle, take the blue pill and strap on!
This week on Episode 153 of Trick or Treat Radio, we bypass the trappings of traditional segments to hang out with our buddy, “The Ledge.” We talk comics, books and Marz sneaks in his thoughts on Jurassic World. We do however get it together just in time to review the exploitation throwback from director Kurando Mitsutake, Gun Woman! It is also the triumphant return of our original second segment, The Gentlemen’s Guide to Midnight Cinema’s Flick Pick of the Month, as we review the 1980s flick, Babylon! Warning: it drives us into some pretty political places! So roll your sound system in, cut a Pez dispenser out of your body and strap on!
Episode 152 of Trick or Treat Radio runs the gambit (yes, we said gambit) of emotion. You will laugh, you will cry, you will be all charged up by our attempts to be nice. We will have an All-Star show full of guests, cameos and incredible stories. Fine, fine- we’ll get down to the details. We are joined by the prolific and awesome Alex de Campi. Alex returns for a return engagement and catches us up on all the things she has been up to. And she makes us cry. (Yes, we said cry.) Our stunt Tiny this week is horror aficionado and kick-ass ass kicker, Stephanie Wiley as she joins us to discuss the “documentary” from director Rodney Ascher, The Nightmare. The discussion quickly devolves and total chaos erupts in studio! So pull the blankets up over your eyes, grab your Jughead head and strap on!
Now that Episode 150 is in our rear-view mirror we kick off the next 150 Episodes! On Episode 151 we review the Carpenter-influenced Irish horror flick, Let Us Prey! We will also be doing our Double Tap segment where we tell you about all the cool media we've been digging! We also have a sing-a-long or two, MonsterZero has an earth-shattering revelation and Ravenshadow starts off the show in a very surly mood. So grab a Double Gulp, watch the wrong movie and strap on!
We are pleased to present Trick or Treat Radio Episode 150! It is an Episode full of surprises! We are joined by our good buddy and film producer extraordinaire, Stephen Scarlata to review another 90's cinematic mystery monsterpiece of his choosing. Then we connect up with a mystery guest to discuss the 80s action internet sensation, Kung Fury! That’s not all, we also have the wager to end all wager’s, it's mask vs hair! Tiny Wight loses his mask if doesn't show up for the show, but if he does Marz has to shave his head bald! Plus the best voicemails, emails and tweets from the best listeners in the world! So grab your hair clippers, a bottle of celebratory rum and strap on!
On Episode 149 of Trick or Treat Radio, we are joined by our good buddy El Goro from The Talk Without Rhythm Podcast for our Creature Double Feature Film Review as we discuss two films on complete opposite ends of the cinematic spectrum. First up is The Human Centipede III: Final Sequence from Director Tom Six and then we take a journey into the future to talk about the sci-fi flick from Alex Garland, Ex Machina. Plus we sneak in some Wrestling and Comic talk, we announce the special guests we have lined up for our next two weeks of shows, and two dignitaries of the show give MonsterZero a list of his finest cinematic accomplishments! So grab a puke bucket, delete your search history and strap on!!
On Episode 148 of Trick or Treat Radio we are joined once again by our brother in podcasting, Joe from The Film For Thought Podcast! We review the Fantasy/Horror flick from Artsploitation Films, Horsehead. We also answer YOUR questions in our Ask The Deadites segment, we talk about the upcoming 200th Episode of Film For Thought and we stay mostly sober this week. So grab your little red riding hood cape, return your bottles and cans and strap on!