Heeeey girl, we heard you like podcasts that discuss surrealistic films directed by very handsome men. Weeelllll have we got a show for you. On Episode 143 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss the directorial debut of Ryan Gosling, Lost River. To help us corral all the cuteness is Joe from the Film For Thought Podcast! We also discuss the latest news from Star Wars, Batman vs Superman and other nerd news! We hear from Dr. Joey Tron, Josh from the Arkham Film Society and more! So set your alarm for 5 am, grab your scorpion sweater and strap on!
The Titanic team-up you never knew you wanted, but deserve is here! We are honored to have Tyler and Bryan from the HorrorBull Podcast on Episode 142 of Trick or Treat Radio! We had an awesome horror roundtable (or is it L-shaped?) to discuss the current state of horror, the emergence of VOD and how it relates to the days of VHS rentals. We follow that up with a review of the Bigfoot found footage film from director Eduardo Sanchez, Exists. We also pick a winner for the MonsterZero contest and rush to the finish of the show with an explosive ending! So grab your GoPro camera, your beef jerky and strap on!
It's creature double feature time at Trick Or Treat Radio and we are not facing it alone! Along for the ride this week is our good buddy Joe DiCanio of the Film for Thought Podcast! We conjure up some interesting discussions this week as we discuss the latest film from Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, Spring! Trailing not too far behind is our review of the indie horror smash hit from David Robert Mitchell, starring Maika Monroe, It Follows! We also hear from Sing Sang Soon (it’s about time), Josh from The Arkham Film Society and from a famous comic book character who stars in his own Netflix series! So grab your passport, a pack of condoms and strap on!
This week on Trick or Treat Radio we *burp* review the Iranian Vampire Western film from director Ana Lily Amirpour, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. We then try and *burrrp* talk about the latest Nerd News but it goes very poorly. A discussion about TV ratings and the expected shelf life of a series gets debated, argued and *burrrrrrrp* damn near came to blows. We also hear from Josh from The Arkham Film Society and get a heartfelt poem from Tom C. So grab your Dracula teeth, your burka and skateboard and strap on! Excuse me.
The first ever Wednesday Night Wars are now in the books and it was a night of epic proportions where two giants of the podcasting world collided. If you missed the live show, you can now enjoy the replay in audio format. In one corner we have the sultans of sleaze, the titans of poor taste and the emperors of exploitation, Bill By Force and Mr. Chris from Outside the Cinema! In the other corner, we have the purveyors of pop culture, the knights of name calling and the bastards of bambaleo, Dynamo Marz, Michael Ravenshadow, MonsterZero and Johnny Wolfenstein from Trick or Treat Radio. The two teams battle it out to determine who has the better Wednesday night podcast. Actually, they don’t do that at all. They laugh, have fun and genuinely enjoy each others company while discussing the Korean film from Kim Jee-woon, The Foul King. The Trick or Treat Battle Royal returns and the latest offering from Evolve Wrestling, Evolve 38 is up for discussion. So put on your wrestling boots, your sequined robe and strap on your championship belt for Episode 139 of Trick or Treat Radio!
This week we are joined by the filmmaker who brought us such short frights as M is for Mundane and Penta! Our homegirl Andrea Wolanin joins us to discuss her upcoming screening at the Boston Underground Film Festival and all the exciting projects she has on the horizon! She also helps us review the film Faults from Director Riley Stearns, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Leland Orser! We give you the 411 on the most recent Trick or Treat Radio field trip, we hear all about why MZ couldn’t attend, plus someone or something crawls out of the attic to invade the show and Ravenshadow tries to figure out the plot! So put down a floor mat, crawl across the floor for Aylmer’s juice and strap on!
Join us for one of our nerdiest shows yet! We kick pop culture in the nards by discussing toys, Star Wars, Werewolves and we even play with our toys on air! We slow down long enough to review the Canadian Werewolf flick, Wolfcop! We also bring you our Double Tap segment and somehow touch on feminism and the way homosexuality is handled in comic books. It is all tied together with two big upcoming show announcements and we hear from our buddy Josh from the Arkham Film Society, Tom C and Aylmer! So grab your power glide, the cheapest booze you can find and strap on!
This week, we are joined in studio by our good buddy Josh Gravel from The Arkham Film Society! We discuss the latest film from Adam Green, Digging Up the Marrow and we drop a Top 13 (or more) list on you about the bands you should be listening to but might not know about. Josh tells us all about his awesome upcoming screening of the uncut 35mm print of Frank Henenlotter classic, Brain Damage! We also hear from Sir Isaac and MonsterZero drops a bombshell about a career he almost had. So grab a mallo cup, your rubbers and strap on!
We have an oversized episode of Trick or Treat Radio for your earholes this week! First up, we review the post-apocalyptic zombie film from Australia, Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead! Then, we bring back the Ask The Deadites segment! We reached out to our peers and listeners for questions and they came through in a big way! We touch upon our songwriting process, monster hunting, show promotion, film, gear, our history and soooo much more! So grab your zombie powered snow suit, your outback jacket and strap on!
The band is back together again! We managed to corral all five hosts in two locations to review two films from two different countries! First up we review the Vampire mockumentary from New Zealand, What We Do in the Shadows starring Jemaine Clement & Taika Waititi. Next up we return to our Roll the Bones segment, this time the luck of the draw was not so lucky as Wolfenstein chose the outlandish Dunyayi Kurtaran Adam -- better known in most circles as Turkish Star Wars! We also find out what Wesley Willis, Ray Bradbury and MonsterZero have in common and we get a sneak peak at two upcoming sequels. So grab a Mama Celeste pizza, a wheat grass shake and strap on!