Suprise! We are back for a special interview with Composer, Directer & Writer Rich Ragsdale (Ghost House & The Loop). We talk about many upcoming projects in the barrel. Including his upcoming The Loop Short that hit festivals, Ghost House (2017) plus much more! It was a lot of fun.
For Halloween week we watched a few creature feature monster movies. Lurking deep in the woods is the Eco monster horror film that inspired South Parks ManBearPig called Prophecy (1979). Then an even more bizarre movie is Night of the Demon (1980). A movie about a bunch of college kids who seek out the legend of Bigfoot and are torn to bloody shreds! It's a crazy couple of movies.
The sequel to Zombieland just came out called Zombieland Double Tap and we decided to check it out. Christina joins again for another fun filled episode packed with trivia and laughs. We do a spoiler free review first (like always) and then dive into the spoilers and trivia after. We had a lot to say about this one.
Christina Joins us for a brand new episode of two movies that she picked for the Halloween season. Planet Terror (2007) and Cabin in the Woods (2011). Two movies that rock the gore and the laughs for the season. We talk about both movies and what we think about them. Plus Christina made up the Horrorshot this week!
Since it's October we figured we would bring you some spooky stuff fit for the halloween season. This week Rebecca Rinehart from In The Mic of Madness and Alex watched The Amittyville Horror, Amittyville 2 The Possession and Amittyville 3-D. 3 movies in one episode with trivia, jokes and fun.
This week we grab two Italian horror movies written by the master Lucio Fulci. Voices From Beyond (1991) a supernatural who dunnit directed by Fulci as well. Then we dive into The Wax Mask (1997) a movie that came out after Fulci passed away that Dario Argento and him worked on. These were some of of his last works. Lots of trivia on these ones. Check it out.
Last week we prepared by watching the 2 movies that started it all House of 1000 Corpses & The Devils Rejects. This week we put an end cap on the franchise with 3 From Hell (2019). We give our spoiler FREE thoughts first then into our spoiler discussion. It's been a long time coming. This was recorded on Thursday of last week. Today, we of course all woke up to the sad news of the passing of the man who helped send this franchise into the spotlight. Rest in Piece Sid Haig. You will be missed. Join us this week in celebrating his career.
In preparation for the new 3 from hell we decided to watch/review House of 1000 Corpses (2003) & The Devils Rejects (2005). We tell you which each of us liked more and what some of our theories on the 3rd film will be. It's Rob Zombe Extravaganza episode chock full with bad jokes and trivia.
IT has finally returned for Chapter Two! Alex and Patrick went a floating around the theater to check out the end cap to the new IT franchise. Was it everything we hoped for? Find out in our Spoiler Free review of IT Chapter Two. Then stick around if you have seen it for the Spoilers Discussion. Plus we even brought back a #Horrorshot.
We are back with a movie we made up. Our special GravePlots Segment where we make a movie up on the spot is back. This week w/ a supernatural slasher about an evil priest who kills with a cross. The Crucifixer! We even added sound FX and audio drama segments to immerse you into the story. Find out why he's the Saint of Slaughter.
Ready or Not here we come! It's time for a brand new movie out in theaters now! Ready Or Not (2019) Review. A movie about Grace (Samara Weaving) marrying her husband who is wealthy. Their tradition is to play a game at midnight. When she draws the Hide and Seek card it turns into a game of Hide and Murder. We talk about the movie Spoiler FREE first and then jump into trivia/scenes with plenty of warning.
This week we have two brand new movies to review for you! Two brand new horror comedy movies. Nekrotronic about a couple of friends who battle the internet demons with necromancy and jokes. Then we watched The Banana Splits Movie. Animatronic childhood happy puppets come to life and feed on the living because their show is getting canceled. Sound fun? Let's GO! Plus we pick our winner for our monthly contest this month!
This week is BTV's 3 Year Anniversary! Join us in celebrating all these years by sharing the episode. We talk about the new movie by André Øvredal called Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark. It's a big celebration. We even read the books in preparation for the movie. Was it everything we hoped? We do a spoiler free review, history of, spoiler discussion and direct comparisons to the stories in the book. Plus we even made a shot! Check it out.
This episode is out of this world! Or... is it? We take on two movies with Aliens on the mind. First with Welcome To Willits (2016). About a dealer who lives out in the woods and is seeing aliens take over the planet. Then we dive into a Found Footage newer film called Phoenix Forgotten (2017) about some kids who went missing following the Phoenix Lights that happened back in March 13, 1997. We give our theories on what we think one of these films could have added. It's jam packed full of goodness.
This week things get really weird. Holy cow these movies! So bad it's good? You be the judge. First we take on Claudio Fragassos (Director of Troll 2) NIGHT KILLER (1990). A story so crazy and acted so poorly that you will have your mind blown. Then we take on Don Dohlers NIGHTBEAST (1982) about a space alien that crash lands on earth to run amuck punching out peoples chests and lasering them into burnt shadows. Both are just insane. We review them with trivia and even make a shot for one of them this week! Check it out.
This week on BTV we decided to watch a couple 80s killers movies where the killers don't say too much. Plus, both have pretty familiar movie covers too. Madman (1981) about a camp full of kids who unknowingly taunt an the old legend of Madman Marz. Plus, we watched another late 80s gem about a hog farm and a guy who acts like a pig while he kills called Slaughterhouse (1987). Both movies should satiate your killer desires. We even made a shot based on one of the movies. Check it out!
This week we watched Alexandre Aja's new movie about killer Alligators called Crawl (2019)! We talk about what we thought as well as any delicious facts about the film that you might want to know. We do a Spoiler Free review first then give you full warning before we dive into the juicy trivia about the film, Alligators and more! Plus we even made a shot for the film. So open your jaws and let's dive in.
We checked out Ari Asters fun family movie all about weird Scandinavian cults Midsommar (2019). Was it as good as Hereditary and did it need to be? We bought the ticket and swallowed the kool-aid to go on one heck of a trip. We review the movie spoiler Free, then after talk about our endless theories and explanations as to what this movie is ACTUALLY about. Do you agree with us about what we came up with or did we drink far too much of the juice? Find out.
This week we picked a few Robot Horror Movies from 1986. Chopping Mall (1986) a so bad it's good movie about a batch of bad robots that go on a killing spree after being struck by lightning. Then we jump into Another so bad it's good film called The Vindicator (1986). Widely considered to be a Robocop rip off even though this movie came out a year before. We breakdown most of this movie in so bad it’s good fashion. These two movies will tickle your robot funny bones for the week. Let us know if you have seen them and what you thought.
We are back taking down new horror movies for the summer! We take on the Chuck for the new reboot of Child's Play (2019). Is it everything you hoped for? Did we hate it? We Review the movie spoiler FREE first and then ramble on about everything about what we liked or didn't like in this movie. PLUS, we also talk about Easter Eggs and our spoiler thoughts on the movie. You might be surprised to hear what we think.