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This week we take a spin at Tubi Roulette. Old Gods such as Tubi do not deal in granting wishes, but it does deal in the Wishmaster series. Specifically, Wishmaster 3: the third or fourth worst thing about 2001. Before streaming originals and VOD releases, there was the straight-to-video market of low budget films kicking the corpses of previously …
 
The most brutal film adaptation of Cannibal Corpse album artwork has landed on Shudder, and Brian, Meg and Steve watched. Rob Jabbaz's The Sadness is intense to say the least. Everyone is triggered this episode. Meg is triggered by the content. Steve is triggered by freelancing. Brian is triggered by thinking about Verotika again. Is there any hope…
 
As the one year anniversary approaches, darkness is cast across the podcast. Too many months of Brian and Meg trading the belt left Steve bitter and resentful. After last week's reclaiming of the belt, he had no other recourse but to unleash one of the worst films he could think. A disgusting, soulless, brainless vanity project. From the mind that …
 
In the Final Showdown of Year 1, the wheel gave graced us with one of the biggest horror franchises of all time Friday the 13th. But which summertime slasher is best? It's:Friday the 13th (1980) vs Friday the 13th Part IV The Final Chapter (1984) vs Friday the 13th Part VI Jason Lives (1986) If Brian holds onto his title, he'll finish Year 1 with t…
 
In the most Pittsburgh-centric episode to date, Brian, Meg and Steve are joined by special guest Bigfoot Benjamin to discuss all things squatch. Ben talks about his expertise and love for The Foot while they all enjoy the 2015 Western Pennsylvania filmed, Bigfoot: The Movie. Written and directed by Jared Show, the film also features local personali…
 
Our holy site Tubi has been getting into original content lately, so Brian, Meg and Steve checked out their most recent release in partnerboat with The Asylum. Directed by who knows, written by who cares, starring poet laureate Annalynn McCord and the improv troupe you avoid eye contact with at open mic nights. Plenty of films are classless and tas…
 
From the renowned Shaw Brothers studio, comes The Boxer's Omen (aka Black Magic 4 aka Zombi 10) If you didn't listen to the Sasquatch Showdown, Brian won again. This is the film he's chosen as a punishment ... ? Demon to some, spaghetti clown to others. The story follows Chan Hung aka Baluo Kaidi as he battles forces of evil from all directions in …
 
Supersized like the feet of the missing link in evolutionary history, this episode finds Brian, Meg and Steve defending their picks of Best Bigfoot movie: Exists (2014) vs Willow Creek (2013) vs Suburban Sasquatch (2004) Current champ Brian has some mighty big shoes to fill if he expects to have a Wrestlemania worthy reign or be a bigfoot himself. …
 
Supersized like the feet of the missing link in evolutionary history, this episode finds Brian, Meg and Steve defending their picks of Best Bigfoot movie: Exists (2014) vs Willow Creek (2013) vs Suburban Sasquatch (2004) Current champ Brian has some mighty big shoes to fill if he expects to have a Wrestlemania worthy reign or be a bigfoot himself. …
 
This week Brian, Meg and Steve take another turn toward true crime with the release of Netflix's series Worst Roommate Ever. The first episode focuses on serial poisoner with a penchant for pilfering pensions, Dorothea Puente. Meg also happens to own her cookbook. They discuss the story presented on the show and what they learned outside of it. The…
 
This week Brian, Meg and Steve take a bite out of the 2022 Hulu film, Fresh. Directed by Mimi Cave and starring Sebastian Stan and Daisy Edgar-Jones. Find out if The Winter Soldier is a marvel in the kitchen. Ponder if you'd prefer ground ground meat or boob tartare. Wonder, what do you think is in that barn? Also, do you think this is a propaganda…
 
If you didn't know, Brian was the deadeye last episode and took home the gold in the Old West Horror Shootout. That means this week he gets to pick the movie we watch this week, and he's decided to go benevolent. We're (re)watching Steve Miner's all-star cast driven creature feature Lake Placid. Before there was Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus we just ha…
 
In what will be rebranded as In the Mouth of March Madness, Brian, Meg and Steve have decided to defend Old Worst Horror films. Zombies, Vampires, Undead Whatevers, and Poor Dental Hygiene all of which aren't the grossest things in these films. It's: Bloodrayne 2: Deliverance (2007) vs Gallowwalkers (2012) vs The Dead and The Damned (2011) Meggoth …
 
In our historic first of hopefully many future episodes, we play Tubi Roulette and randomly choose from the incredible breadth of horror films on the online streaming service. The Old Ones fling us back to our formative years to relive the Australian Travel Board's worst brochure video, ROGUE. Directed by Greg McClean and starring Radha Mitchell (S…
 
True horror icons never stay dead. A statement never truer in [current time] as another franchise is resurrected and retconned. Think about it. This show isn't even a year old and we've gotten Candyman 4, Scream 5, Halloween 2 Kills 2 Furious, and now we have the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. What's all the buzz? Does the film put on its best face, or i…
 
Happy Valentine's Day from the Halloween is Forever crew. This week current champ Meg has gifted to Brian and Steve and the audience, the 1981 wildly Canadian slasher flick My Bloody Valentine. She also gifts the world with the greatest philosophical question of a generation. Tune in to have your mind expanded. They get into mining culture, process…
 
This month's gut busting showdown pits three horror-comedies against each other. Who will have the last laugh when it's: Psycho Goreman (2020) vs Gremlins 2 (1990) vs Hell Baby (2013) Meg started the new year with a championship win, but can she keep the title two months in a row? Can she prove herself the Archduke of Nightmares, or will relying on…
 
This month's gut busting showdown pits three horror-comedies against each other. Who will have the last laugh when it's:Psycho Goreman (2020) vs Gremlins 2 (1990) vs Hell Baby (2013) Meg started the new year with a championship win, but can she keep the title two months in a row? Can she prove herself the Archduke of Nightmares, or will relying on …
 
Meg has escaped her captors and returned just in time to watch a horror movie with Brian and Steve. This week they watch a South American homage to 80s American slashers and 70s giallo films. The Last Matinee (aka Al Morir La Matinee aka Red Screening) directed by Maximilano Contenti honors horror of the past in a way that's sure to catch your eye.…
 
Meg has be taken to a lost dimension, so it's just Brian and Steve this episode. They take a look back at the world of horror movies in 2021. They talk about some of their favorites that didn't make the podcast, but are worth the watch. Spoilers for Malignant and VHS '94. They also highlight smaller independent films:My Heart Can't Beat Unless You …
 
Welcome to the new cycle in the new year. It's our first post-showdown film of 2022. Meg has once again ascended to glorious leader, so it befell her to choose whether or not to force a punishment film on Brian and Steve. She chose the 2009 Norwegian cult hit Dead Snow directed by Tommy Wirkola. What happens when a bunch of students ignore all the …
 
The first showdown of twenty-twenty-boo takes us back to institutional frights public and private. Who's film is scarier than your student loan debt? It's . . .Scream 2 (1997) vs Night of the Creeps (1986) vs Carrie (1976) After giving Brian the gift of a championship last month, Steve is out to complete his trilogy of titles. Is Mickey so fine he …
 
December ends on the 31st, but for Halloween is Forever DEATHCEMBER ends this week. Steve has assembled a ragtag team of podcasters to dissect the final feast of films in this holiday anthology. From Hop Nation USA, Steve's co-host Adam who doesn't like horror movies, but agreed to this anyone. From Decayin' With The Boys, the duo of Adam and Matt;…
 
This week we continue to spread holiday fear as Meg sits down with Dave Cerminara, horror nerd and owner of Apis Meadery in Pittsburgh. They're discussing shorts films 9 thru 16 in the advent calendar of terror known as Deathcember. Do Meg and Dave find this batch of films more palatable? How much Santa violence is too much? What's scarier than chi…
 
Tis the season to gather with your family and partake in holiday activities. Building snowmen, caroling, gift giving, watching horror movies and then podcasting about them. Brian has done just that. He's gathered his little ones to get their take on some holiday treats as well as Tim Burton's classic The Nightmare Before Christmas. His wife on the …
 
With a bit of luck and mayhaps even a little destiny, Brian was crowned champion last week. In his B-movie-nevolence, he's gifted unto Meg and Steve 2005's Santa's Slay. The Christmas horror film stars WWE Hall of Famer and WCW Legend Bill Goldberg as the eponymous Santa Satan. This Canadian film doing an American impression fills stockings to the …
 
The spirit of giving is upon us and this month we're giving each other Hell(raiser). Instead of joy and good will, Brian, Meg, and Steve spread pain and suffering in the form of straight to video garbage. Hellraiser: Inferno (2000) vs Hellraiser: Hellseeker (2002) vs Hellraiser: Judgement (2018) Meg is seeking to put another championship win on the…
 
This week Meg tells Brian and Steve about her trips to The Anatomy of Death Museum outside of Detroit and the Museum of Death in New Orleans. She recounts the macabre collections of memorabilia from history and infamy. We learn the difference between wet specimens and dry specimens, but not which ones are jalapeno flavored. Also, a lot of general t…
 
Continuing with the Thanksgiving season, we watch the other horror movie centered around Turkey Day; Blood Rage. In this episode Brian, Meg and Steve learn what is and isn't cranberry sauce. There's also discussion of what is and isn't candy. Other notes: The midwest's obsession with Twin Bings has to be stopped. Twins are weird, but ones with homi…
 
Halloween isn't the only horror movie holiday. Thanksgiving has one or three, too. This week Brian, Meg and Steve watch the late aughts pride of Columbus, Ohio. . . Thankskilling. A tinkled on totem turns loose Turkie to terrorize teens and it's terrible. Learn about Meg's turkey privileged past, turkey anatomy, and words you can't say to Brian. Pl…
 
It's time for another post-showdown minisode. And if you're weren't in the know, there's a new champ in town. And the champ gets to pick the movie. In his bene-violence, Steve has gifted unto Brian and Meg the 2008 Japanese splatterpunk masterpiece Yoshihiro Nishimura's Tokyo Gore Police. More blood than a slaughterhouse, more fascist cops than a R…
 
Back at it again. You voted for it. We battle it out. One day removed from Halloween, it's the Haunted House Movie November showdown. Beetlejuice (1988) vs Terrified (2018) vs His House (2020) Meg is feeling stronk as champ heading into this challenge. Is Steve the host with the most? Or will they refuse to say his name? Does Brian's film have his …
 
Special episode this week we have our first guest. Meg is on vacation in the wild west, so Brian and Steve are joined by Pittsburgh based author and werewolf expert Brandon Getz. They appropriately talk about Jim Cummings' The Wolf of Snow Hollow. Spoilers for this movie which you should absolutely watch first and spoilers for Jim's character in Ha…
 
Recorded less than 24 hrs after watching David Gordon Green's second of three Halloween films, Brian, Meg and Steve tackle Halloween Kills. Is it more Empire Strikes Back or Attack of the Clones? Is it more splatter than substance? Find out how it compares and expands upon the 2018 film, what could be improved, the tap selection at Mick's and more.…
 
Meg reclaimed the belt and has shown leniency on Brian and Steve by not making them watch something terrible. Instead, Meg has chosen to watch Peter Jackson's first feature film Bad Taste. Before hobbits roamed the hills of New Zealand, they were full of Dereks and aliens. Join these three mutant as they take trip down memory lane with the precurso…
 
*** SOME Podcast platforms don't appreciate a 3 and half hour podcast, so we've broken down the episode into two parts for easier distribution and consumption *** It's time! For you main event of the autumn! It's the John Carpenter October Halloween is Forever showdown Village of the Damned (1995) vs Ghosts of Mars (2001) vs The Ward (2010) This mo…
 
*** SOME Podcast platforms don't appreciate a 3 and half hour podcast, so we've broken down the episode into two parts for easier distribution and consumption ***It's time! For you main event of the autumn! It's the John Carpenter October Halloween is Forever showdown Village of the Damned (1995) vs Ghosts of Mars (2001) vs The Ward (2010) This mon…
 
It's time! For you main event of the autumn! It's the John Carpenter October Halloween is Forever showdown Village of the Damned (1995) vs Ghosts of Mars (2001) vs The Ward (2010) This month's bout is a special Roulette Ruckus Rumble where all three films were chosen at random. With Steve as champion, is he able to defend his total dark horse of a …
 
This week Brian, Meg and Steve all watched different amounts of Mike Flanagan's Midnight Mass and provide their SPOILER heavy thoughts. What happens when religious zealots and living in a dying community aren't the most sucky things in life? This episode you'll also learn what Cheetos Bag o' Bones piece is best, film school 101, and Christian doctr…
 
Spooky Szn has come to your little podcast, sheriff. If you haven't picked out your costume yet, let Brian, Meg, and Steve assist you. They take a trip down memory lane recalling some of their favorite costumes from childhood and (wo)man-childhood. Everything from Power Rangers to princesses to G.I. Joe. It's the 90s again on this week's show. Find…
 
Nothing good this way comes as Steve serves up some real Coffin Fodder in the form of Cradle of Fear, directed by Alex Chandon, "starring" Cradle of Filth frontman Dani Filth. Hell Awaits Brian and Meg as they're forced to sit through this Tortured Soul Asylum of a film. Ravaged both by time and incompetence, it's rare to find a film with so few re…
 
September is here (aka Halloween Eve), which means it's time for another Showdown. This month it's all about the stabbys as it's Modern SlashersManiac (2012) vs The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014) vs Hush (2016)Are we on the precipice of Brian preening his prized possession in a threepeat? Or do his arguments fall on deaf ears? Can Meg muster movi…
 
Brian, Meg, and Steve are headed to the theater for their first movie in over a year. Their first movie back? The Jordan Peele produced, Nia Dacosta vision of Candyman. Heavy SPOILERS for both the new film and the 1992 Tony Todd, Bernard Shaw film. They discuss the social weight of both films and the power of legend. Find out how the new film stack…
 
This week Brian, Meg, and Steve tackle the world of animatronic entertainment dining (dying) experiences. Does Nic Cage's new nostalgia nightmare have them making King Bings in their shorts? Or do they say Knighty Knight to a knock off Five Nights at Freddie's? There's debate whether Cage is a robot or an alien, and there's questions about his char…
 
Monday the 16th is the offbrand version of Friday the 13th, the same way fan films are the offbrand version of professional films. In honor of Brian's birthday, they all watched a few Friday the 13th fan films including Never Hike Alone, Never Hike in the Snow, and the brand new Jason Rising produced by Womp Stomp Films. They get into what works an…
 
Don't go around tonight, Well, it's bound to take your life, There's a Full Moon on the rise. Brian unleashes the first of what is assuredly many films from the Charles Band collection on Meg and Steve in the form of Head of the Family. But first they announce the possible categories for September's Showdown. Follow us on social media to let us kno…
 
Hey Spoopers, it's time for the August Showdown! A Triple Threat for TV Terror Triumphancy: Brooklyn Nine-Nine "Halloween II" (S02E04; 2014) vs Family Matters "Stevil" (S08E07; 1996) vs Community "Epidemiology" (S02E06; 2010) Don't change that channel, because we're about to settle who has the best episode of Halloween TV out there. Is Brian's hope…
 
A Supersized Minisode jampacked with more horror goodies than a Halloween bag from the nice neighborhood. First we announce the Halloween Sitcom Episodes we'll be featuring in next month's showdown. Then, Brian survived the wind, the rain, and the sun to bring us tales from the mutant mecca mega-event known as Joe Bob's Drive-In Jamboree, hosted by…
 
This week Brian, Meg, and Steve share their thoughts on the first two parts of the R. L. Stine adaptation trilogy. Is the legend of Sarah Fier the new Twilight? The true successor to Scream and Friday the 13th? Or is it the new Netflix property? Are the hosts so out of touch thinking horror movies don't need a classic pop needle drop every minute a…
 
Last week, Brian took home the championship in Religious Horror. That means this week Meg and Steve are subject to watch the film of his choosing. First Brian has a story from Living Dead Weekend 2021 and his run in with two masters of horror. Then he unleashes the Uninvited. A campy, ill-made tale of a GMO cat aboard an outlaw's yacht full coeds, …
 
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