This time Malky Hughes and Boss take a look at 1974’s Blood Orgy Of The She-Devils! Surely, with a title like that, it’s something we will love, right? Well, not so fast, listeners! We have a fun discussion of this cult movie that we hope you’ll enjoy as much as we did!
We’re back with a movie review show as Malky and Boss take a look at the surprising Killer Mermaid (2014), also known as Nymph. We had fun watching and reviewing this film and hope you enjoy the podcast!
Happy Halloween everyone! We review the hilarious vampire film What We Do In The Shadows
this week. We also provide you with Halloween movie picks from each host to help you have a great evening, and we interview writer of Legacy of Michael Myers, Michael Nemeth, who is looking to gather crowd funding for a film based on his book.
Have a great holiday and enjoy the episode!
This week, Boss is joined by Malky and The Emily to look at a bad movie! How bad is it? I’ll save that for your listen-through, but we look at a film from 2008 called Mutants
starring Michael Ironside. Malky brings us a crazy missing person/ Sasquatch story he found on Reddit and we discuss this bizarre tale. It has been a little while since we talked to Emily, so we take the time to get caught up on all the exciting films, TV and You Tube stuff she’s been acting in including, B Roll, Emmerdale, Seven Seconds,
Us, and an animated Halo movie called Call Sign: Halo.
Continuing our annual tradition, our Scottish Trooper, Malky Hughes shares his observations after attending Frightfest
in London! Malky took in 24 films during Frightfest weekend this year, and tells you which ones are worth watching, and which ones are not!
Here is the list of films Malky watched this year:
Cherry Tree, Turbo Kid, Stung, Landmine Goes Click, The Diabolical, Worry Dolls, AAAAAAAH!, Final Girl, Jeruzalem, Bait, Frankenstein, The Hallow, Deathgasm, Night Of The Living Deb, Inner Demon, Road Games, Most Likely To Die, Scherzo Diabolico, They Look Like People, Banjo, Howl, Bite, Curtain and Tales Of Halloween!
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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!
We look at the 2008 film Doomsday this time out. Malky is forced to watch a film he really doesn’t like, but takes one for the team as we review this film directed by Neil Marshall (The Descent and Dog Soldiers).
Malky, The Emi1y and Boss Butcher look at an odd double feature this week! We start off with a documentary about LARPing called Treasure Trapped. WE have info below so you can follow the progress of this new documentary and request screenings in your area. We round out the show with a review of Final Destination 3
(2006). Good, fun discussions as we three have come to expect!
Malky and Emily join Boss Butcher and special guest BillChete for a look at Stay Alive
(2006). This film is about a group of young people playing a killer video game. We open things with a fun conversation about bizarre products you can buy, and BillChete announces that his Horror On The Go
shows will now be available free to everyone! Enjoy this fun episode!
Finally another episode with our British contingent! The Emily and Malky join Boss in a discussion of an apocalyptic Christian film called The Image Of The Beast
(1980). Malky ran across this odd film in the horror section at reddit.com and shared it with us. Emily also announces that she will be writing for The Rainbow Hub
website soon! And for your viewing pleasure, here is a You Tube presentation of the film!
Here is a link to Rainbow Hub
which we are proud to say our own Emily writes for!
Malky Hughes joins Boss this episode to discuss a film that was shot where Malky lives, Glasgow! The film in question is the surreal Under The Skin
starring Scarlett Johansson. We also discuss New Years stuff, beer, whiskey and more!
The British hosts, Emily and Malky are back and join Boss for a look at Jack Frost (1997). It was fun to catch back up and we cover a myriad of topics including a man who built his own castle behind a fortress of haybales! Kick back and enjoy some time with your buds on Terror Troop!
Evil doesn’t stand a chance this time! Our Scottish Trooper, Malky Hughes helps Boss Butcher knock a film off of his List Of Shame. We look at the incredible Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil
from 2010! We also briefly discuss our Movie Lists Of Shame, and also jump into discussions of The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy
and John Dies At The End. Plus, Willis Wheeler brings The News!
We review a Spanish film from 2013 called Witching and Bitching
or Las brujas de Zugarramurdi this week on the show. We had a lot of fun with this one and we think you will as well. We had a good time in divergent discussions including Malky’s experiences with Japanese tiolets and other things!
This episode marks the start of a new chapter for Terror Troop. We are going to be putting out episodes more frequently! Every Sunday we will always put out a film review show, but during the week there will be shows covering interviews, News and featuring some of the Troopers that aren’t on every show! For instance this week we will have a show drop on Tuesday and another on Thursday, so we hope you enjoy hearing the new stuff soon! As always, thanks for listening and supporting the show!
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Willis Wheeler, Kelly Killbot, Malky Hughes and Gary Hill.
Our film this week is Almost Human, a film that moves from alien abduction film to slasher! April Washko
joins Boss to discuss Nova: Mind of a Rampage Killer
is back with a review of Annabelle! Enjoy the show! It was a lot of fun to put together and covers a pretty wide range of topics!
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Willis Wheeler, Dan of the Dead and Kelly Killbot. Segments with April Washko and HellHunter!
Another action-packed episode this week! We start off with our friend, Nikita Breznikov, who stops by to get the word out on his new movie Brush With Danger. Nikita also discusses more topics later in the show! Next Willis and Boss Butcher talk with director Deronte Smith
about his new film Prosper. Then the Troopers all gather with special guest One Sick Puppy
from the Dead As Hell Horror Podcast
to discuss The Dark Crystal!
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher,Bloody Lizzy, Willis Wheeler,Chris Excess, Malky Hughes, Gary Hill and Special Guest host One Sick Puppy. Guests: Nikita Breznikov and Deronte Smith.
Links for Nikita and Brush With Danger plus the trailer:
Our Scottish Trooper brings us his annual report on the awesome London Frightfest, and this year, it’s a Terror Troop Special! Malky watched 24 films in 5 days and gives us his thoughts on all 24 of them! Many of them haven’t seen wide release, so enjoy Malky’s take on them and keep your eyes open for them!
Welcome back to another episode! We join up with our British buds this time out and look at a film about a murderous couple called Sightseers
(2012). We also chat a bit about the upcoming vote for Scottish independence and other topics. Segment wise we have a doozy cooked up by Chris Excess! Chris teams up with Boss and LC Fremont to break down the infamous The Human Centipede: The First Sequence
from 2009. It’s a fun, surprising and lengthy discussion of this bizarre and perhaps misunderstood film. Also Boss reviews the new Bunnyman Massacre
by director Carl Lindbergh from Midnight Releasing.
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, The Emily and Malky Hughes. Segment: Chris Excess and LC Fremont.
It’s the beginning of an ongoing series here as we start to look at movies by Director Charles B. Pierce! Kelly Killbot and Levi Olson join Boss Butcher to look at films by Mr. Pierce. The first on up is a bigfoot movie from 1972, The Legend of Boggy Creek. We have fun conversation about this early entry to the Bigffot movie craze!
In the segments, Malky Hughes suggests The Devil’s Carnival
and Boss look at documentaries about the “true story” of The Amityville Horror!
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Kelly Killbot and Levi Olson. Segments- Malky Hughes and April Washko.
We finally got around to reviewing Future World
this episode! See what the assembled Troopers thought of this sequel to Westworld, which we reviewed on Episode 84! In the segments, Malky Hughes recommends Kill List
(2011) and Emily recommends Shallow Ground
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Willis Wheeler, Chris Excess, Blind Frankenstein and Gary Hill. Segment hosts: Malky Hughes and The Emi1y!
Emily and Malky join Boss again for another British episode, and this time out we’re looking at Severence
(2006). In the segments, we kick it off with a look at Six Degrees of Helter Skelter
(2009) with April Washko, then Emily and Boss talk with Dan Palmer, the writer and actor from Stalled
(2013). The always fun segment with Levi Olson, aka The Unknown Murderer has us looking at Don Dohler’s Nightbeast
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, The Emily and Malky Hughes. Segments: April Washko and Levi Olson. Special Guest: Dan Palmer!
Our first AWOL episode is here! On these shows we will look at a movie that doesn’t fit our usual Horror/SciFi/Monster movie M.O. This time out is a little movie from 1983 called Strange Brew
a movie about the misadventures of two Canadian hicks Bob and Doug MacKenzie (played by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas). Fear not, though, horror fans in our segments we have The Unknown Murderer sharing Doctor Bloodbath
(1987) and Malky Hughes and The Emily get into Teeth
(2007)! We also have the first half of a conversation with April Washko
about men and women and the bullshit we deal with!
Our featured segment is an interview with authors of Kaiju Apocalypse, Eric S. Brown
and Jason Cordova. They discuss this fun book with us in addition to their new book Murder World: Kaiju Dawn. We also discuss Eric’s new books The Eric S. Brown Zombie Omnibus
and The Witch of Devil’s Woods. All books are available at Amazon.com, we have links listed below:
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Willis Wheeler and Gary Hill. Segments: The Unknown Murderer Levi Olson, Blind Frankenstein, The Emily and Malky Hughes. Guests Eric S. Brown, Jason Cordova and April Washko!
Our second Godzilla episode in as many weeks has us looking at (of course) the new Godzilla!!!!! A flick we at Terror Troop have been waiting for ever since it was announced! It’s like Christmas on Terror Troop! We also go into the theater experience we all had, and we have some fun segments! Malky Hughes highly recommends The Raid: Redemption
(2012) and shares his Stag Night experience in Budapest! The Unknown Murderer (Levi Olson) and Boss dig into The Last Slumber Party
(1987), in all it’s homophobic glory! Also, we added Gary Hill as an official Trooper this week! Welcome, Gary!
Show Lineup: Boss Butcher, Bloody Lizzy, Wildman Willis, Blind Frankenstien, and Gary Hill! Segments: Malky Hughes and Levi Olson!