Terror Troop 133: Inside and Martyrs

We jump into the brutal world of French horror films this episode. Chris Excess hand picked these two films for us to review, 2007’s Inside and Martyrs (2008). LC Fremont joins Chris, Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy and Willis Wheeler and the viewpoints are pretty widespread. How do you feel about these hardcore horror films? See which Troopers you identify with!

Show lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Willis Wheeler and Chris Excess with guest LC Fremont

Movie links:

Inside

Martyrs

Terror Troop 064: Two Tales Of Immortality

What starts off as a hodge-podge of horror becomes a look at two films with a common link: Immortality. The two seemingly unrelated movies are The Asphyx from 1973 and a “found footage” film from 2013 called The Frankenstein Theory.

Before we delve into these two movies, the Troopers have a few random reviews: Wildman Willis suggests you avoid The Lords of Salem. (We have yet to find a Terror Trooper who liked Rob Zombie’s latest flick. 🙁 ) The Emily talks about The Purge, and Bloody Lizzy has a subscription service for you artsy types to check out, it’s an art supply subscription called Art Snacks. Chris Excess recommends one of his faves, the grisly French film, Inside (2007), and Boss Butcher FINALLY saw The ABCs of Death and suggests you check it out! Also Boss gives a bonus pick: Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2003)!

Enjoy it, Troopers!

Episode Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, The Emily and Chris Excess! We Missed you Aussie Bros!

Episode Links!

The Asphyx

The Frankenstein Theory

The Lords of Salem

The Purge (Pre-order link)

ArtSnacks.co

The ABCs Of Death

Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

Here is the link to The Emily’s Blog where she reviews The Purge!

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