It’s a good time talking about two vastly different films this week, with Boss, Willis and Levi. We start off with a brief discussion of Mad Max: Fury Road
and then break down an off-the-wall B movie from 1988, Demonwarp! Have a few laughs with us!
Willis leads the discussion as we are joined again by Mr. Hilarity, Tony Tale
and we welcome his Tag Team partner, Ron Battle, Sr.
as we break down an eventful week in the WWE
wrestling! We cover the WWE Payback
and NXT Unstoppable
PPV’s and the fallout!
The always great Levi Olson joins Boss for a look at cheesy Satanic Panic film, The Devil’s Rain (1975)! We hope you share in the great time we had discussing this weird gem that features Earnest Borgnine, Tom Skerritt, William Shatner, John Travolta and more!! The film also received advice from none other than Anton Levay, High Priest of the First Church of Satan!!!!
We look at a crappy movie this week. I know that’s hard to believe, if you listen frequently, but Malky is in rare form to share the laughs to be had if you happen to have watched 1955’s The Beast With A Million Eyes! Enjoy our fun breakdown of this time worn classic! LOL! Also, Boss reviews a cool short film called
from Kevin Doherty!
Enjoy the program, folks!
Malky picks another winner this week, as he and Boss discuss The Demon’s Rook
(2013). We encourage you all to watch this 80s throwback film! Also, Willis stops by to review a new, upcoming comic book called Blood & Gourd. We have a link below if you would like to check it out and possibly order a copy for yourself! Thanks for listening, and welcome to listeners from Tunein.com!
It’s another fun episode with the great Levi Olson as we delve into monster movie greatness in The Deadly Spawn
from 1983! We had a lot of fun watching and reviewing this film, and think you will, too! But first, it is a fun interview Boss and LC Fremont
have with director of found footage debut, St. Osmund’s, Tom Jorgensen! Tom fills us in on behind the scenes stories, his roots in horror, and more in a fun interview!
We look at the 2008 film Doomsday this time out. Malky is forced to watch a film he really doesn’t like, but takes one for the team as we review this film directed by Neil Marshall (The Descent and Dog Soldiers).
Malky, The Emi1y and Boss Butcher look at an odd double feature this week! We start off with a documentary about LARPing called Treasure Trapped. WE have info below so you can follow the progress of this new documentary and request screenings in your area. We round out the show with a review of Final Destination 3
(2006). Good, fun discussions as we three have come to expect!
Levi Olson is back again, and he and Boss Butcher take a fun look at Peter Jackson’s Bad Taste (1987). It’s a short but sweet episode that captures the fun of this weird and gross low budget classic! Enjoy!
The women outnumber the men for the first time (?) on Terror Troop as we welcome guest Onyx Hades
& Bump In The Night
podcasts) and welcome the return of Karina
to the show as we look at The Shrine
Willis takes over the Host chair as we are joined by our friends, Mr. Hilarity, Tony Tale
and actress Ashley Gray
to talk about WrestleMania 31
and the aftermath on RAW
and SmackDown. We had a blast talking about the matches, and Willis did great in his first turn as the Host! We are thinking of covering all the Pay Per Views as a group going forward! Give us your feedback!
Malky and Emily join Boss Butcher and special guest BillChete for a look at Stay Alive
(2006). This film is about a group of young people playing a killer video game. We open things with a fun conversation about bizarre products you can buy, and BillChete announces that his Horror On The Go
shows will now be available free to everyone! Enjoy this fun episode!
LC Fremont joins Boss Butcher for a look at a seasonal movie Beaster Day: Here Comes Peter Cottonhell
(2014)! We look at this B-grade Creature Feature and give you our honest opinion to get you ready for the Easter holiday! We also chat about The Walking Dead, what the hell women see in Norman Reedus and more differences between the sexes. Enjoy this sweet little midweek episode!
In this special episode, Boss interviews Spud, bassist and founding member of The Dayglo Abortions. Director Nadine L’Esperance is also aboard as Spud shares his experiences with this infamous Canadian Punk rock band. A fun and fascinating conversation about Spud’s life in the band and stories behind the songs, that we’re happy to share with you all! Enjoy!
Boss welcomes Levi Olson back to the fold to look at a 70s psychic killer flick The Astral Factor
(1978)! We enjoyed talking about the movie more than we enjoyed actually watching it, but isn’t that podcasting is for? 🙂
Finally another episode with our British contingent! The Emily and Malky join Boss in a discussion of an apocalyptic Christian film called The Image Of The Beast
(1980). Malky ran across this odd film in the horror section at reddit.com and shared it with us. Emily also announces that she will be writing for The Rainbow Hub
website soon! And for your viewing pleasure, here is a You Tube presentation of the film!
Here is a link to Rainbow Hub
which we are proud to say our own Emily writes for!
We are joined this episode by none other than the influential, and enigmatic, BillChete! Bill was key in many of the horror podcasts you listen to around the web, and is now doing his show on an app called Horror On The Go! Bill joins us for a look at an old 50s mutant bug movie called The Black Scorpion
(1957)! We always have fun with these kinds of films and it was extra special to have BllChete aboard to review this cheesy flick! Enjoy the show!
We welcome back our friends Spud
(founding member of the Dayglo Abortions) and Nadine L’Esperance
(Director of No Pets Allowed) to the show! The punk rock filmmakers join Willis and Boss to look at Peter Jackson’s classic 1992 film Dead Alive
(aka Braindead) and talk about their new film together, Granny Fuckers! An all around fun episode with more bicycle horn!!
We new guy, Larry Walsh from Pennsylvania to the show for a midweek movie review show, as we look at a film from 2001 called Rodentz
(or Altered Species). We had a good time getting to know Larry, and also Boss tries to win big with the new Colorado Lottery’s The Walking Dead
scratch ticket!!! Was he a big winner or not? Listen and find out!
We are joined by our friends actor/comedian Tony Tale and actress Ashley Gray this week to look at 1977 classic The People That Time Forgot! We start the show off with a discussion of a most interesting chocolate treat, then Willis and Tony talk about recent happenings in the WWE and NXT before we all break down the movie which is based on the book by Edgar Rice Burroughs. This ought to make that commute or work day a lot more bearable!
joins us this week as we look at two new films from James Cullen Bressack! The first, a film he wrote called Auteur. It follows a documentarian hot on the trail of a director who made a cursed film. The second is one he wrote and directed called Pernicious, which is the story of three beautiful American college girls in Thailand on a volunteer program who brush up against an ancient evil. Enjoy the show and check out the films when they become available!
The final part of a journey we started in July of last year, we look at The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976)! Yes it is the third and final installment of our look at the films of Charles B. Pierce. We are joined by Christopher B. Milton from Bigfoot Huntin’ and a good group of troopers to discuss this quirky film! Thank for listening!
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Willis Wheeler, Kelly Killbot, Dan of the Dead, Gary Hill and Blind Frankenstein!
We have a bit of a combo pack this time out! We start off with a look at Willis’s thoughts on the WWE after the fallout from The Royal Rumble. Next up, Boss Butcher reviews upcoming horror/comedy Crying Wolf
and then Wilis, Kelly Killbot and Boss review a student film (a first on Terror Troop), Lord Save Our Souls!