It's that time! We made up a movie from one of our listeners/guests donated horror movie names for our creative segment #GravePlots! Mike Saga donated the title “Rabid Suburban Poodles”. So we dove in and came up with a crazy story about a maid who injects a rich families poodles with a untested material that turns them into rabid killers in a rich neighborhood. It's a gory comedy that you won't want to miss and we made it up on the spot! Check it out. PLUS we even cover the news this week.
It's Alex's Birthday and we decided to check out the new Stephen King Remake “Pet Sematary” (2019) to see how it stacked up against the original film. Is it as bad as some are saying? Is it worse? Is this slam dunk? We do a spoiler free review first (not even discussing the trailer) and then we jump into our spoilers afterwards. See what we think about the new remake now and don't forget to check out our Horrorshot based around the movie too. It may help to wash away the nightmares. * spooky laugh *
We return to those little meat eating space porcupines you love? with Critters: A New Binge [Shudder]. Plus, we take on one of the supposedly worst films ever made about little ankle bitters that turn your fantasies into physical reality while they wreak mischief on a bunch of horny teens called Hobgoblins (1988). It's an epic showdown of tiny terrors and bad humor that you might not be surprised by. Find out. Plus we made shots for one of the movies to wash it all down.
What's it with evil kids and their holes in the ground that makes us all bugaboo? This week we explore two movies with a common theme of holes in the ground and weird little kids who love them. We review The Pit (1981) about a boy named Jamie who perves out on people and throws people in a pit of monsters for the sake of his teddy bear who told him to. Then we tack on a new movie called The Hole In The Ground (2019) About a mother and her son who stumble upon a giant hole and suddenly her son starts acting extremely weird. Is it her son? Find out. Plus we cover the news and a #horrorshot this week!
This week we take on two sleazy & beastly movies in horror. One new and one old. First we talk about the new movie Cherokee Creek (2018). A horror comedy about a killer big foot that goes ape on a few bachelor party goers. Then we dive into another beast like sci fi shot on video styled movie about space creatures coming to earth to eat people. This one is called Beasties (1991) and boy is it special and also was donated to the podcast by one of our listeners Patrick Lemke! Thanks buddy Plus we even made a shot based off one of the movies!
Awwww Yeah! It's that time! GravePlots! Not sure what that is? Well, this week we made up a comedy slasher movie on the podcast. Off the top of our heads! Complete with gory sound fx for your ear pleasure. This week is “Dave Did It”. Who is Dave? Well.. you will just have to find out as he takes out a group of friends one by one who are celebrating their college graduation to the song “I Think We’re Alone Now” by Tiffany. It's gory and a lot of laughs. Wait till you find out who he is.
We finished the last 2 movies in the Critters franchise! Critter 3 which takes place in an apartment complex with Leonardo DiCaprio? Something tells me he’s not on top of the world about that. Speaking of worlds Critters 4 takes place off planet earth and deep in space with Brad Dourif & Angela Bassett. That's right..
It's time for everyone's favorite space porcupines the Critters! This week we take on Critters and Critters 2 The Main Course with Patrick & of course Britni. This episode is loaded to the brim with trivia, bad behavior and our special blend of humor? Let's just say we had a lot of drinks this episode. So, you might want to buckle up. We even made a drink of our own to honor those furry balls of teeth the crites!
We did it... We finally finished the Howling Franchise! You savages! Back by unpopular demand. We bring you Howling New Moon Rising & Howling Reborn. The final 2 nails in the Howling franchise coffin for us. If you have been wondering what the sound of 2 human beings childhoods being set on fire sounds like . Feel free to tune into our detailing of both these movies. Howling 7 may have caused an aneurysm for at least one of us. You won't want to miss hearing our displeasure. Check it out!
It's finally here! Top Horror Of 2018. After an amazing year for the genre, we were more than excited to choose which horror movies had the most impact on us. Britni is back from getting her robot legs and we had a bottle of Malort to help us get into our picks. Congrats to all the films involved this year and even ones we may have not seen or didn't make the list. It's been such a great year for horror and we are proud to belong to the genre. Let's do this!
Wow.. we watched 2 movies this week so that you don't have to. Patrick returns to fill in for Britni so that we can talk about “Curse of Evil” about a family who befall an evil curse brought on by blood frogs and the dragon king. This one is sure to offend just about anyone. Then we dive into “The Killing of Satan” from the Philipines. If poorly choreographed fight segments, silly magic and snake people are your jam. We got the perfect movie for you. Listen to us tell the tale of 2 bad movies so that you don't have to endure them.
This week we have Necro the King of Death Rap on to talk about his life, the business of rap, horror and his new album The Notorious Goriest. Patrick returns in Britni's absence to review Olaf Ittenbachs exploitation flick that was banned in 14 countries afterwards. To give you maximum content for this weeks episode! What are you waiting for?
It's a brand NEW YEAR! We return with a brand new interview with lead front man for System Syn Clint Carney (Wri/Pro/Actor) for his movie DRY BLOOD coming out soon! Clint talks about his past, his art and some of the stories surrounding his new film that you won't want to miss. After that it's time for GravePlots! Where we make up a movie on the spot about “The Attic Door” with special Guest Patrick! He's back to help us ring in the New Year with lot's of fear for a special episode. You won't want to miss this one!
Bloody Christmas! We continue the Silent Night, Deadly Night Franchise with part 4 Initiation & Part 5 The Toy Maker. If you thought the other movies were weird. Wait till you get a load of these! This franchise in general is so all over the place but we think these ones might be a little better. See what we thought of these final 2 movies in the franchise. As Britni and Alex have a seizure talking about them.
Tis' the season to be bloody. This week we dive into the Silent Night Deadly Night franchise with parts 2 & 3 Better watch out! The 1st Santa killer movie set the franchise down a weird path and we plan to talk about them all. Plus, we talk with Director Lukas Rinker on to talk about getting his LASERPOPE movie made! He discusses the origins of LASERPOPE and where the line really is. We even take our Yearly Gut Krampus shot courtesy of one of our listeners. We are going to continue to go down the rabbit hole of Silent Night, Deadly Night 4 & 5 next week too! Happy Holidays everyone!
Britni's back and we tackle some uncommon house pests this week. Ones that devour human flesh and infest the body. That's right this week we tackle The Nest (1988) about a small island town that is visited by several thousand murderous scientifically engineered roaches. Then we take on Ticks (1993) where a group of bad kids take a trip to the woods to fight off thousands of hyper agro whopper sized tics. A simple match is not enough to take these suckers down or is it? Two bloody gore tales about bugs out of control. Plus we make a shot to honor one of the films.
Summer isn't over yet. Well not for us anyway. We apparently are clinging to it like a kid to a raft in piranha infested waters. This week Nicholas Ehst joins the cast to talk about Piranha & Piranha 2 The Spawning. Two bite movies that will tickle your toes and swallow your flesh whole. Two films that actually started it all for Joe Dante and James Cameron.
Good morning everyone, it's time for a new episode and a new contest! This week we brought Jason of Sinister Cinema Reviews / In The Mic of Madness with us to talk about two brand new films. We reviewed Shudders new original Terrified that may just reel you in horror. We also talk about Netflix's Errementari which is present by Alex De La Iglesia. One of these is on both our Top 5 of 2018. Plus we make a new shot for one of the films too that has a contest attached to it.
We are back and we brought a friend! Brandon from RedOnYou Podcast joins to talk about two 90s creature feature flicks. The Willies (1990) about a group of kids who tell stories they heard that will give you the title name of the movie. Plus, the Boneyard (1991) about a psychic named Allie and a detective named Jersey who try to solve mystery surround 3 dead children who come back from the dead and eat people. Plus we talk about the news and make a Poopinplatz shot that will tickle your throat. It's a good time.