Terror Troop 084: Sexbots At Westworld

The week we debut our new format for your approval, and welcome a new Trooper to the fold! Say hello to Karina from Mexico City! Boss Butcher is back after 2 weeks away from the main part of the podcast and the movie we are looking at is Westworld from 1973! This film is written and directed by Michael Crichton, and features an iconic performance from Yul Brynner. We have 3 other reviews for you in our segments starting with the remake of Carrie, which is endorsed by HellHunter! Next, Malky Hughes and Boss discuss 1984’s Return Of The Living Dead, and finally Boss reviews a new movie from Midnight Releasing, Demon. We hope you enjoy the show, and please let us know what you think of the new format!

Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, Dan of the Dead, Kelly Killbot, Jesse (The Evil Druid) Bollinger and Karina Nunez! Segments by HellHunter and Malky Hughes!

Dan of the Dead’s Mackay Horror/Sci Fi Appreciation Society Facebook

Follow Karina Nunez on Twitter!

Movie Links:


Return Of The Living Dead



Terror Troop 079: Halloween 2013

A patchwork episode for Halloween! The crew was a bit scattered this time out, but we managed to come up with some individual recommendations, and had two movies to review, plus Bloody Lizzy added a “Creepy Pasta” scary story for you all! First off, we are joined again by our good friend Levi Olson, The Unknown Murderer, and we we begin with our personal Halloween recommendations for you! Levi suggests The Devil’s Rain (1975), Kelly Killbot recommends “found footage” pioneering film, The Last Broadcast (1998), Willis hypes The Curse of Chucky (2013), Boss brings in a vampire flick, The Moth Diaries (2011), Dan of the Dead’s Halloween “go to” movie is John Carpenter’s The Thing and finally, Chris Excess goes deep and recommends David Cronenberg’s Shivers from 1975!!

Next are the main features! We look at Tales From The Crypt: Demon Knight (1995) and Satan’s Little Helper (2004). At the end of the show, Bloody Lizzy tells you a scary story, Room 409, “Creepy Pasta” style! For you adventurers, after the ending theme there is a brief discussion between Boss and Chris Excess about The Day of The Dead or Día de Muertos, to be correct. Hope you enjoy the episode and have a great Halloween!

Episode Lineup: Boss Butcher, Wildman Willis Wheeler, Kelly Killbot and Levi Olson. Contributions from Dan of the Dead, Chris Excess and Bloody Lizzy.

Levi Olson on Facebook

Movie Links:

The Devil’s Rain

The Last Broadcast

Curse of Chucky

The Moth Diaries

The Thing


Tales From The Crypt: Demon Knight

Satan’s Little Helper