Werewolves are the topic this episode! It’s been a while since we’ve looked at lycanthropes, and we look at Moon of the Wolf, a made for TV movie from 1972, and The Marsupials: The Howling III from 1987. Though the movies aren’t the best, the discussion was fun, and between the two movies Boss Butcher interviews Director Peter Dukes from Dreamseekers Productions along with Actors John Paul Ouvrier and Athena Baumeister from Peter’s latest short film Little Reaper. You can view this fun film below:
Show lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Dan of the Dead, The Emily and Wildman Willis. Special Guests: Peter Dukes, John Paul Ouvrier and Athena Baumeister.
Good old fashioned Voodoo is to blame for the Zombies we look at in this episode, as we look at two of the main standby classics of the genre. First up for examination is the Bela Lugosi classic White Zombie from 1932, followed by a sometimes forgotten Wes Craven film The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988). To help us break down these two great movies, we are joined by Gary Hill from the Cinema Beef Podcast! Bloody Lizzy also recites a recipe for the magical Zombie powder described in Serpent and the Rainbow, so you won’t want to miss that!
Also Featured in this episode is a discussion with Corey Miller of 3 Wizemen Productions in our Cheap Thrills segment! Corey discusses a scary short called Left For Dead , his new anti-bullying short, A Bully Story, and other aspects of his company. We think you’ll enjoy his insights!
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, Dan of the Dead, The Emily, Chris Excess and special guests Corey Miller and Gary Hill!
Episode 60! A minor milestone, but hey (!) SIXTY Terror Troop shows in the books! We look at car related movies this time out, and debut a new segment we think you’re going to like! First up, the movies! The first flick we throw to the wolves is an aimless road trip of a movie called Haunted Highway (or Death Ride) from 2006, then we cruise into Super Hybrid (2010). Midway between our two Automobile themed flicks is our new segment Cheap Thrills, where Boss Butcher talks with film makers who create scary movies and short films on little or no budget. Our first guest is Jeremy Mitchell, a film maker from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Jeremy talks about his feature-length ambitions regarding his Terror movie, and talks shop about his short film, Experiment 37!
Anyway, the car movies pretty much sucked, but we hope you get a few laughs from the Troopers, and enjoy hearing from Mr. Mitchell! Until next time…Stay Creepy! Oh, by the way, in case you were wondering, Chris Excess didn’t make it. There was a misunderstanding, but he will be back! We promise!
Episode Line Up: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, Dan of the Dead and Special Guest Jeremy Mitchell!!
This is a special episode, folks! We look at a couple of old-school Swords and Sorcery flicks this time out, starting off with Frank Frazetta’s Fire and Ice from 1983, and finishing with Don Coscarelli’s The BeastMaster (1982)! Nestled in between is an inspirational interview with Hollywood Writer & Producer Marc Zicree! Marc talks about his body of work including a spectacular book, The Twilight Zone Companion, an upcoming book with Guillermo del Toro called Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, and his exciting new Science Fiction series Space Command!
The Troopers also talk about the first volley in the upcoming video game console wars, the XBox One. It’s pretty much a merciless pounding of what is shaping up to be a greed machine, you won’t want to miss it! We hope you enjoy the episode and that those of you interested in making movies or really anything creative, are inspired by Mr. Zicree! Never give up!
Episode Lineup! Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, Dan of the Dead, the return of The Emily and very Special Guest, Marc Zicree!
Wildman Willis brings the Hood Horror to the Troop this time out! We look at two horror anthologies, both based in the Hood. First up is a Spike Lee Joint, 1995’s Tales From The Hood. Next we look at a lesser known flick, Snoop Dogg’s Hood of Horror (2006). We have the usual Terror Troop fun, with some occasional serious discussion. We hope you enjoy this Hip Hop Horror episode!
Episode lineup: Boss Butcher, Wildman Willis, Bloody Lizzy, Dan of the Dead and Chris Excess!
We turned loose Dan of the Dead this time out to pick some Zombie flicks for us! See if he gets us back from our “Zombie Fatigue” with his selections! These selections are Colin (2006), an independent movie made for $70 (!!), and French zombie film The Horde from 2009. During the midway point of our zombie discussions, Boss Butcher and Wildman Willis are joined by very special guest, actress Ashley Gray! We are confident as you listen to this segment, you will see why we are so impressed by this lovely, friendly and down to earth actress! Be sure to check the links below to see her You Tube Channel, as well as The Tony Tale Show, which Ashley performs in!
Exciting news from Mexico this time out, as we are joined by Chris Excess for his debut on Terror Troop! Boss Butcher and Chris get into highlights from the Golden Gods Awards show, which is basically the Heavy Metal Grammys! Have fun getting to know this passionate and enthusiastic dude from our (in the US, anyway) neighbor to the South! Hola, Mexico! El Terror Tropa te saluda!
Show Lineup: Special Guest, actress Ashley Gray, Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, Dan of the Dead and Chris Excess!
Twisted tales of science gone wrong are at the center of this episode! We also have a couple other reviews to start the show off! First, Boss Butcher recommends Hayride, a new flick from Midnight Releasing, then the beatings commence as Boss, Bloody Lizzy and The Emily voice their varying displeasure with The Lords of Salem. There is also a little TV party featuring Boss and Wildman Willis talking about Hannibal, Bates Motel and Hemlock Grove.
Then it’s on to the feature as we go into the lab and dissect Splice (2009) and the 1986 film, The Fly. Also in this episode, we invite you to check out The Emily’s handiwork on the Terror Troop Tumblr!
Lineup for Episode 55: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Dan of The Dead, The Emily and Wildman Willis!
We tackle freaky spider movies this time out on Terror Troop! We are joined by Dr. Shock from Land of the Creeps as we look at Eight Legged Freaks (2002) and Camel Spiders from 2011. Before our look at these arachnid flicks, Boss Butcher has a great time chatting with one of his favorites, April Washko! Horror fans will know this dynamic actress from The 13th Sign, Oblivion, and Kill Me Again (which was highlighted on an episode of The Grisly Zone on the Horror Palace Network). We hope you enjoy this fun discussion with April and our take on a couple of freaky spider movies!
Lineup for this episode: Boss Butcher, guest Dr. Shock, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, The Emily, and Dan of the Dead!
We have a jam-packed episode here for you this week, folks! We look at two Clive Barker flicks for our feature: Book of Blood (2009) and from waaay back in 1990, Nightbreed! To get things started we have a Terror Troop on Patrol discussion about the Evil Dead remake, then the triumphant return of Boss Butcher’s Vampire Bloodbath with a recommendation of Kiss of the Damned. Lizzy also gets the word out about the kickstarter graphic novel she’s involved with and recommends a curious podcast: Sex and Other Human Activities! Hope you enjoy the show!
Lineup for this episode: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, The Emily, and Dan of the Dead!
To get ready for Rob Zombie’s Lords of Salem we take a look at a couple of witch movies this episode! Joining the Troop this time out is Jay of the Dead! First up on the show we have a Bigfoot Bonanza with special guest Christopher B. Milton from Bigfoot Huntin’ for a look at Dear God, No! The show rolls on from there as we break down Wake The Witch (2010) and a thinly veiled skin-flick Virgin Witch from 1972. See what each of us though of these two movies!
Lineup for this episode: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis and Special Guests-Jay of the Dead and Christopher B. Milton
Bloody Lizzy finally gets to delve into one of her favorite subjects as we examine two movies based on the work of famed author H.P. Lovecraft. Before jumping into the Cthulhu mythos, Boss Butcher reviews a new flick from Brain Damage Films, called Animus. The Lovecraft movies are then covered, starting with The Dunwich Horror (1970) and finishing strong with Call Of Cthulhu (2005). We also plug a couple of other podcasts: Bloody Lizzy suggests The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast , Willis is appearing on The Dream Warriors Horrorcast , and Boss recommends The Cryptophiles Podcast for you Bigfoot fans!
Lineup for this episode: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy and Wildman Willis.
This is 50th episode of Terror Troop! Thank you to all who have supported our little podcast and made it a fun journey! This episode, we look at a couple of movies with creatures! One is an older classic about escaped criminal aliens that come to earth! Critters from 1986! Next up we take a seedy journey into the world of the S&M lifestyle, as an evil mistress releases evil little creatures in Blood Gnome a weird movie from 2004!
We also take time out to honor the late great Paul Bearer, from the world of wrestling, and Willis gives a brief review of The Last Exorcism Part II.
The lineup this time out: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis and The Emily
For the first time ever, we are reviewing two Science Fiction films on Terror Troop. First however, a bit of Horror as The Emily recommends the Twisted Twins’ American Mary! Then come two movies that you science fiction fans will appreciate: Moon, starring Sam Rockwell from 2009 followed by Sunshine (2007) with a larger, but just as impressive a cast! See where each of the Troopers fall on these two films!
Something New: Episode Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis and The Emily
Alright, Thrillseekers, we have a couple of thrillers involving psycho killers in this week’s Terror Troop show! Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis and The Emily join Boss to look at Hannibal from 2001, and American Psycho (2000). Discussions end up all over the map as we examine these two good movies.
Also included, Boss Butcher gives a strong recommendation to John Dies At The End, by Don Coscarelli. Hear why!
Most of the lineup is back for this episode as The Emily and Dan of the Dead rejoin Boss, Lizzy and Wildman Willis! We look at a couple of alien invasion movies starring the great Donald Sutherland this time out, starting off with the 1978 remake of Invasion of the Body Snatchers and closing with The Puppet Masters (1994). Fun discussions of these two movies show some of the differences in our personal tastes!
Bonus reviews include Willis’ take on The ABCs of Death, and Boss reviews Dark Skies. Also Lizzy suggest you all listen to The No Sleep Podcast
A mother delivers a cursed child and another gives birth to a monster created by pollution and medication. These are the movies we look at in this week’s Terror Troop! The first one we examine is a movie that goes by more than one title. Here are a few: Sharon’s Baby, I Don’t Want To Be Born, and The Devil Inside Me from 1975. The second feature is the classic, It’s Alive (1974). See what Boss, Lizzy and Willis think of these infant horrors, along with childbirth stories, strip club tales and a few laughs!
The North American branch of the Troop tackles the original Willard (1971) and its 2003 remake on this episode! Listen and laugh as we compare the two rat-centric flicks, and go deep on the subtext (for Terror Troop, anyway)! Lizzy hypes the Beta of Slender: The Arrival, a scary video game in development, and Willis plugs the latest installment of the Dead Space video game franchise, Dead Space 3! Also we hail good news for our friends out there! Land of the Creeps is almost ready to start back up, and Jenna Payne from The Cutting Room, secured funding for her Zompire Vixens From Pluto project and we congratulate her! Enjoy, Troopers!
Do clowns creep you out, or just make you laugh? We kick that and other subjects around in this show. In the first half Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis and The Emily take a look at House of Fears from 2007. We recorded the second half on another night, and unfortunately The Emily came down with a cold and lost her voice! The good news is: Dan of the Dead was able to join us and we took look at a movie with a sordid behind the scenes story and the feature debut of Sam Rockwell, Clownhouse (1989). We hope laugh as much as we did in this one! Enjoy!
As for recommendations, Willis recommends the Dead Space video game series with the new entry, Dead Space 3 which is now available!
Welcome to our 43rd episode! We jump into a couple of snake movies! We start off with Snakes On A Train from 2006, and go back in time to look at Sssssss from 1973, featuring Dirk Benedict of Battle Star Galactica.
In our recommendation segment, we review a Terror Troop on Patrol movie: Mama, (produced by Guillermo Del Toro). Listen to our take on this creepy ghost movie, and check it out in the theater!
We hope you enjoy our 2nd episode on TerrorTroop.com !!!
I also have to thank Jason Pyles (known to many as Jay of the Dead) for all the help he gave us to bring Terror Troop to the people! Please check out his awesome podcast here: Movie Podcast Weekly
Welcome to the other side!!! We have migrated to our own domain here at TerrorTroop.com and are excited to present the 42nd episode of our little podcast! Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, and Wildman Willis are joined by Dan of The Dead from Queensland, Australia and The Emily, Emily Wood from England as we look at two flicks about interpecies procreation!
We kick it off with a couple of Bigfoot movies: Bigfoot (2012) and Night Claws(2012), then delve into these two weird movies. First it’s 1980’s Humanoids From The Deep followed by Breeders (1986). We really had a great time recording this episode, and we hope you enjoy our efforts!