It’s our first episode in a while! We recorded this one several months ago with Boss and Levi Olson talking about Don Dohler’s The Alien Factor
(1979). We had a blast with a Blu Ray release of this B-movie title! Enjoy!
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We welcome one of our favorite guests, filmmaker Jenna Payne
back to the program along with Director Cam Clark
and the proprietor of foundfootagecritic.comMichael Steinberg
to help us look at a ScyFy channel film called Night Of The Wild(2015).
He Never Died (2015), starring Henry Rollins is the movie we discuss this week. Boss, Liz and Willis share their thoughts on this action-packed and entertaining movie! Enjoy, and be sure to subscribe to Willis’ You Tube Channel!
We look at a stop motion animation feature this episode, called Hell And Back
(2015). Does this potty-mouthed comedy entertain? Listen and find out! We also interview Producer Zach Green about the incredible short films he is involved with, especially Heir, a film Lizzy and Boss watched at the Mile High Horror Film Festival. Follow the links below to keep up with the top notch work Zach and director Richard Powell
are putting out! Thanks for listening!
This episode, we spend some time with Director Lawrie Brewster
to discuss his upcoming film The Unkindness of Ravens. Lawrie also discusses his film Lord Of Tears
and a few other topics. Willis also drops by to share his thoughts!
It’s an action packed episode of Terror Troop this week folks! We’re gearing up for Halloween with an interview with actress Casey Ruggieri
of new Horror anthology Tales Of Halloween. Casey answers questions about the film in addition to her other work and her favorite horror films. We are also joined by special guests Jenna Payne
(Zompire Vixens From Pluto, ‘Shiner) and Tom Jorgensen
(St. Osmunds), who join us for a wacky science fiction/ horror film from 1978 called Laserblast! We had a great time catching up with Jenna and Tom and hearing their thoughts on this strange film!
Stephen Tramonta (Angry Mule Productions) is our guest this week as we review a cheesy flick from 1961 called The Brainiac. We all enjoyed (to varying degrees) this strange B movie from Mexico! Stephen also catches us up with the film we discussed with him a year ago, Killer Pinata, as it nears release. Hope you enjoy the show! Please Check out the links.
This week Boss and Lizzy discuss their experience at the 2015 Mile High Horror Film Festival. Highlights of the weekend include meeting Sid Haig
and Kane Hodder, watching a bunch of Horror and Sci Fi short films and features and more! We also review two new films, Even Lambs Have Teeth
and Tales Of Halloween.
IMDB Links to the two films reviewed in the episode:
We welcome back to the fold our good friend Dan of the Dead this week to look at a movie that divided our crew. The film is Ejecta, an indie Sci Fi film from 2014. It was a split decision on this one! Who liked it and who didn’t?
Episode Hosts: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Willis Wheeler and Dan of the Dead
We are going indie this week as Boss, Lizzy and Willis review the Film Nothing Sacred
(2012) from co-Writers and Directors Dylan Bank and Morgan Pehme.
Nothing Sacred is a horror/fantasy movie that proves you can make a sweeping, globe-trotting epic on a micro-indie budget. An international co-production, it was filmed in Paris, Brussels, a castle in the Belgian mountains, New York City, and a Native American reservation in Oklahoma, and contains sequences in three languages, including the Creek Indian language, Mvskoke. It also features a cast of beloved actors from both sides of the Atlantic, including the inimitable William Sadler (Iron Man 3, Shawshank Redemption, Die Hard 2), French superstar Thierry Lhermitte (The Dinner Game, Little Indian, Big City), B-movie queen Debbie Rochon (Skeleton Key, Nowhere Man), and the haunting Philippe Nahon (High Tension, Irreversible).
Nothing Sacred is an ambitious leap into a dark underground of cults, sorcery, titillating rituals, and a timeless blood feud.
Just back from a weekend shoot for upcoming film for Something Cunning Entertainment, and exhausted April talks a bit about the experience and does a 2 card reading. Themes include getting unstuck and being patient waiting on dreams.
Here are the links for Something Cunning Entertainment, so you can keep track of the upcoming projects:
Fresh off a brand new Vine video horror, Demons, April brings a lot of inspiration in a three card reading where themes include travel, asserting yourself, and moving on to other areas of your life once you have achieved certain goals. Be sure to watch the two parts of the new Vine video Demons
starring April Washko and produced by Curt Pennington
and Something Cunning Entertainment! Enjoy!
Giving and receiving help is an overarching theme this week in a three card reading. April shares her excitement with her work with Curt Pennington’s Something Cunning Entertainment. With a Vine video in the can and a short film ready to shoot later this month, the fun is just beginning! We also discuss an interview on Broadly with the outspoken Rose McGowan (featured below) and have a little behind the scenes chat about podcasting.
Here is a video of Rose McGowan’s spot with Broadly:
We start right off with April’s big news about teaming up with Curt Pennington
for upcoming horror greatness! We are joined by a handful of viewers on our first foray into Periscope! Then it is into a three cards drawing that sparks lengthy discussions about suicide, encouraging people who are chasing their dreams and doing it your own way! Be sure to check out all of the links to Something Cunning Entertainment
It’s an all interview show with two directors this episode! First up LC Fremont
and Boss team up to interview Peter Dukes! Peter has been on the show a few times, and this time it is to talk a bit about his short film, Daniel
as well as the upcoming Sweet Madness, a film about DC character Harlequin. Then Willis Wheeler and Boss chat it up with frequent guest, Director Max Cerchi! Max, as always, has a lot to share, including his lost film Hellbilly, which is now available on DVD through TLA Cult, his Sci Fi series The Omega File
and upcoming film House of Evil
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!
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!
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!
First up this week is an interview that is literally years in the making! Boss welcomes actor Casey Chapman, the star of Mother’s Milk! Casey has listened to the show for years as well, and the two talk horror films, and Mother’s Milk, as well as upcoming films! Then we’re back in the familiar waters here on Terror Troop! Into a trashy B movie called Blood Surf
which by it’s very nature brings out some fun Troop discussion! You’ll learn about crocodiles, Reef Sharks, female pirates, and you’ll hear many of the slang terms for breasts. Including some you may not have heard before! Enjoy!
We dedicate our show this week to the world of Indie Films! We start off the show with Director Jeremiah Kipp. He and Boss Butcher have a fun conversation covering a variety of topics and Jeremiah’s incredible short films, Berenice, Painkiller, and Minions.
After Willis brings us the news, Boss reviews recent release, and award winning festival film Mother’s Milk
and Willis joins in to review Revelation Trail, a zombie western!
Boss and Willis review Prosper, a new film from director Deronte Smith, who was our guest back on episode 123. Also Boss reviews a short film called Fear
by director Steve Kahn. Check out the Trailer below!
Links for Deronte Smith and Prosper plus the trailer:
We look at an alien abduction revenge flick this time out. It is 2006’s Altered
by director Eduardo Sanchez and writer Jamie Nash. Boss is joined by Bloody Lizzy, Willis Wheeler and Kelly Killbot for this short, but fun episode!