Terror Troop 087: Foreign Film Fest

This episode goes out to one of our awesome listeners: Hector Santana, Jr.! Hector requested that we look at Foreign films and we gladly accepted! The show starts with a discussion of films we look forward to in the coming year, Dan recommends I Saw The Devil (2011) from Korea, then we jump into the segments. First up is Chris Excess with two films from Mexico, Vacaciones de Terror (1989) and Satanico Pandemonium (1975), next is The Emily’s pick! She selects a Spanish film by Guillermo del Toro, The Devil’s Backbone (or El espinazo del diablo) from 2001. The third segment features a terrific breakdown of High Tension (Haute Tension) (2003) by Levi Olson. If you didn’t like the ending of this great French film, hear Levi defend it, and give it another look!

Then it is time for the featured film of the show, a Japanese movie from 2009 called Shock Labyrinth (Senritsu meiky├╗ 3D). Find out if it’s worth your time!

Thank you so much for the episode suggestion, Hector! We had a lot of fun with it, and we hope you enjoy it!

Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, Dan of the Dead, Kelly Killbot and The Evil Druid! Segments with Chris Excess, The Emi1y and Levi Olson.

Link to Levi’s AWESOME analysis of John Carpenter’s Halloween on the Horror Movie Podcast website!

Movie Links:

I Saw The Devil

Vacaciones de Terror

Satanico Pandemonium

The Devil’s Backbone

High Tension

Shock Labyrinth

Terror Troop 046: Crazy Babies

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!

Movie Links for Episode 46:

Sharon’s Baby, or whatever it’s called

It’s Alive