It's our oversized spooktacular Halloween warm up extravaganza! We review the Jim Jarmusch vampire flick Only Lovers Left Alive starring Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton and we each toss in another vampire recommendation free of charge. In our next installment of our Top 13 list, Dynamo serves up his favorite Halloween/Autumn stories as we begin celebrating our favorite time of the year a bit early. We hear from Senor Isaac and Sing Sang Soon and wrap things up with a Halloween story from Monsterzero's twisted childhood that must be heard to be believed. So grab your Halloween bag, jump in a pile of leaves and strap on!
This week we pull up at the Long Island headquarters of The House of Horror Podcast to pick up our buddy Joe and we go on a long ride to discuss the Film Locke, starring Tom Hardy. From there we pick up speed to tackle our new segment, Demonocracy, where we gave the fans on the FIB a chance to vote on the topic and they picked the bands we would like to see score a film! We cruise control through our October film schedule, bang a right to give you all the 411 on purchasing advance tickets for for the Halloween Extravaganza and much more. So reach down between your legs and ease the seat back, turn up the radio, step on the gas and buckle up!
This week we give you not one, not two, but three film reviews! First off, Marz gives a quick hit review of the new film As Above, So Below. Then we hit the woods to hunt Bigfoot with Bobcat Goldthwait's found footage flick Willow Creek. We round the episode out with our new segment, Staff Pick Infections. On this maiden journey, Tiny gets us to finally review Psychomania! I think we also get attacked by Bigfoot, MonsterZero gets real rapey and gross, Dynamo gets drunk and Ravenshadow contributes to his wife's bad habits. So do your worst Bobcat impression and strap on!
This week we are joined by our good buddy Bobby Chaynz. His knowledge of cult and sleaze is off the hook, but unfortunately it isn’t needed this week as we review the new WWE Studios’ films, Leprechaun: Origins. Oh boy, this one is a doozy folks! Also, Marz and our listeners list the 13 films we wish Scream/Shout Factory would release! We’ve also got info on some upcoming Deadites projects! So grab your green hat and coat, your lucky charms and strap on for Episode 110!!
We have a fun show for you folks this week. We have a surprisingly lucid and heated conversation about former pop star turned director, Juno Mak’s directorial debut, Rigor Mortis! Our Double Tap segment returns and it features nerdy recommendations and some cool news from MonsterZero! The Deadites Halloween Extravaganza is coming and we have the 411 on the lineup! So grab your broken phone, dip it in glutinous rice, enter your password and strap on!
This week we are joined by two distinguished guests that bring a little bit of class and a whole lot of film knowledge to the table. Our good buddy Josh from the Arkham Film Society is in studio to hang out with us and also joining us via soup can connection is our long-time friend, Professor Jay from the Back Alley Film Series! We review the incredible revenge flick, Blue Ruin and have a super interesting roundtable discussion about the future viability of 35mm film. What we lack in dick jokes, we make up for with film knowledge. Find a gun, wait for the cigarette burn and strap on for Episode 108!
This week we are joined by Freddy Morris from your favorite podcast’s favorite podcast, Night of the Living Podcast! We review the Lucky McKee film, All Cheerleaders Die and discuss High School horror in general. We also talk about the worst Disney films ever made, discuss some recent films in theaters, have a big Deadites announcement, get a very scary, yet revealing look into Ravenshadow’s family life and see the return of the Double Tap segment! Grab your pom poms, magic stones, the nearest ape and strap on!
This week we are joined by Kaare Andrews, the writer/artist behind the brilliant Iron Fist: The Living Weapon and the director of the new gore flick, Cabin Fever: Patient Zero. Kaare talks about his career in both comics and film, we get to hear the elevator pitch for his next potential film project, stories from the production of his latest flick and whether or not he drew Peter Parker’s balls. That’s not all, we also get the exclusive on two hot summer trailers! You don’t want to miss this one -- so build your robot, get out of your box and strap on!
It's our oversized two year anniversary show! For the occasion, we welcome back our buddy Stephen Scarlata, producer of Jodorowsky's Dune and N.Y.H.C! We have a great talk with him about what he's working on and about making his dream project a reality. We also review Stephen’s listener pick (from June) Brainscan! Everything that you ever wanted to know about the Trickster but were afraid to ask! So grab your CD-Rom, plug it in and strap on! And hey... thanks for hanging out with us for two whole years!
We gained one regular co-host back from “vacation”, but are still missing one, so we called in our good buddy, El Goro from the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast to fill the mask of Tiny Wight. We review the 2013 ode to Lovecraft film, Banshee Chapter which features a Trick or Treat Radio favorite, Ted Levine! We unfortunately subject you folks to Chapter 2 of Felt Fiction and in honor of the Dark Knight’s 75 birthday, Dynamo presents his list of the Top 10 Batman stories you may not have read! So forward, rewind and strap on your cowl!