Wow… where do we even begin with this one? Episode 272 of Trick or Treat Radio was one of the craziest episodes in recent memory. We were joined in studio by singer Niki Luparelli and The Deadites own Mz. M, with a surprise drop in from Ares. We get the lowdown on all of Niki’s upcoming gigs and then we discuss the horror/comedy flick from director Tyler McIntyre, Tragedy Girls. We also speak with the head honcho over at Eibon Press and Rotten Cotton, Shawn Lewis! Shawn tells us all about the upcoming releases of Maniac and Laserblast on his VHS Comics imprint. Dynamo has a dress rehearsal for the upcoming Deadites show, Ares yells at millenials to get off his lawn and we have some top notch voicemail from our awesome listeners. So grab your Joe Spinell rookie card, show off your Cannibal Holocaust tattoo and strap on for the world’s most dangerous talk radio show!
Episode 271 of Trick or Treat Radio kicks off our favorite month of the year so we will have a cavalcade of Deadites and other spooky guests all month long! For the first show of the month though, one guest just wasn’t enough though so we… actually two guests wasn’t enough either so we have THREE special guests join us throughout the show! First up we have our boy Tim from Korea checking in with us to talk about films- old and new and the crazy state of the world. Next up we have Sam Furst from Monsters Are Good who may be even busier than us! Finally, the delicious whipped topping for the show is the hilarious Kevin Barbare. Kevin is the creator of Rock and Shock and he will give us the lowdown on the upcoming convention! We also review the period horror flick, The Limehouse Golem and play our amazing listener voicemail. Oh and we have a surprise Rock and Shock announcement! So grab a flight to Rock and Shock, put on your best period costume and strap on for the world’s most dangerous talk radio show!
On Episode 270 of Trick or Treat Radio we are joined again by Andrea Subissati, one of the hosts of The Faculty of Horror Podcast and the Executive Editor for Rue Morgue Magazine! Faculty of Horror will be doing a live podcast in our neck of the woods in October and Andrea gives us all the details and talks about what's going on with The Faculty of Horror and Rue Morgue! We also review the indie Horror/Comedy, Night of Something Strange and discuss this week's question; what is your favorite infectious disease film? We pick our favorites and play voicemail from the listeners to hear theirs! Marvel at our discussion about the fine line between tastefully offensive and just plain poor taste! Recoil in fear at a new Trick or Treat Karaoke song! Rejoice as we hear from a listener for the first time! So grab a copy of Rue Morgue Magazine, put on a surgical mask to protect yourself and strap on for the world’s most infectious talk radio show!
On Episode 269 of Trick or Treat Radio we talk about another divisive film in It Comes At Night. This film directed by Trey Edward Shults and distributed by A24 was loved by some, hated by some. We do a deep dive and give our thoughts on the film and since it warrants it, provide a spoiler-filled wrap up. Did we love it or hate it? You might be surprised. We also discover the meaning of the word ‘prolific’, get into arguments fairly quickly, and we find out just what makes Marz blush! So grab your gas mask, wait around for something to happen and strap on for the world’s most dangerous talk radio show!
On Episode 268 of Trick or Treat Radio we talk a whole lot about comic books and superheroes, focusing on our favorite films in the genre, but not the usual suspects, we exclude all Marvel and DC Comics from the discussion! We also review the Russian superhero film, The Guardians (Zashchitniki), MZ and Marz get into a heated discussion and MZ tells us all about his HasCon experience! So don your tights and cape, Transform into a Mirage and strap on for the world’s most dangerous talk radio show!
On Episode 267 of Trick or Treat Radio we do a creature double feature! We kick it off with the American reimagining of the divisive Death Note from Director Adam Wingard and Netflix. We also talk about The Transfiguration, the indie vampire film from first time director Michael O'Shea. We debut the latest Evil Streaks song, Marz goes nuts on some internet troll and we dig into the thin line between passionate fandom and insanity. So grab your favorite VHS vampire flick, write some dirtbags name in the Death Note and strap on for the world’s most dangerous talk radio show!
On Episode 266 of Trick or Treat Radio we are joined by the one and only Donna Matrix of The Deadites to help us review The Mummy from 2017 featuring Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella. Was Universal's attempt to kick off a cinematic universe using their famous monsters a success? Dynamo also prepared a Top 13 list of his favorite Universal Monster Movies, we hear from some listeners about their favorites as well, and we find out that Marz has a taste for action figures! So grab your ancient dagger, avoid the ghost clap and strap on for the world’s most dangerous talk radio show!
On Episode 265 of Trick or Treat Radio we are joined by a surprise guest co-host as Ares literally showed up at our door minutes before showtime! He joins us for an interesting review of the recently released zombie flick, It Stains the Sands Red from director Colin Minihan and Dark Sky Films. In addition, we discuss our favorite cinematic zombies and consult our listeners to hear their opinion on the topic. MZ has a near meltdown, Ravenshadow watched the film, Wolfenstein laughs, we learn that Ares is America’s Sweetheart and we find out Marz’s secret to “beating” cancer! So do the bird, send more cops and strap on for the world’s most dangerous talk radio show!
On Episode 264 of Trick or Treat Radio we present to you the 9th edition of the Wednesday Night Wars! We team up with our podcasting brothers, Bill By Force and Mr. Chris from Outside The Cinema to discuss the Italian Lucha Libre flick, Goldface, The Fantastic Superman! Dynamo makes his triumphant return to the studio a week after surgery, Wolfenstein comes bearing gifts, and it wouldn’t be the Wednesday Night Wars without a little wrestling talk! So grab your remote controlled plane, team up with your best bud and strap on for the world’s most dangerous talk radio show!
On Episode 263 of Trick or Treat Radio we are without Dynamo in studio, but he calls in live from the ICU to update us on his condition. We review 68 Kill, the latest film from director Trent Haaga and IFC Midnight. We also do a Double Tap where we tell you all about the cool things we’ve been digging, we talk retro video game themes and MZ bring back the always compelling Transformers Talk! So grab some clothes from lost and found, take the $68,000 and strap on!