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By listener request, Brian and Steve strap on their ballet shoes and kick it with Abigail from the creatives behind Ready or Not, 5cream and Scream VI. It also features a full cast of genre and character actors including Melissa Barrera (Scream 5 & 6), Kathryn Newton (Lisa Frankenstein), Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad), and Kevin Durand (Tragedy …
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This week Steve punishes Brian with the film called "The Worst Film Ever Made...for Normies." It was Steve. He called it that. This episode. 2005's Alone in the Dark is a confluence of bad movie behavior. Tara Reid on her way down. Stephen Dorff and Christian Slater in movie jail. Uwe Boll doing his carny tax dodge with a video game property. Film …
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It's time for the Zero G1 Tornado Tag Showdown in Space! Brian and Steve throwdown with 4 unsung space horror flicks when it's Galaxy of Terror (1981) / Dead Space Downfall (2008)vsApollo 18 (2011) / Life (2017) Can Brian blast off for his third successful mission, or will it be disavowed by the government? Is Steve creating a convergence event for…
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By listener request, we go all the way back to the year 2020 for the body swap horror (but not body horror?) comedy. From the director of Happy Death Day, this mash up of a Jamie Lee Curtis film and Friday the 13th isn't what you'd expect. It stars current genre darling Kathryn Newton from Lisa Frankenstein and Abigail. Also, Vince Vaughn stands ou…
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The Bash Brothers take on The Cairns Brothers as Brian and Steve watch the AI blemished Late Night with the Devil. Starring David Dastmalchian as a Dick Cavett analog, the late night host pushes limits for ratings when he brings on a Wish.com Exorcist girl. Also we spend a lot of time talking about famous skeptic James Randi, because it's obvious t…
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The Gruesome Twosome once again take on the Shaw Brothers when Brian and Steve watch the Oily Maniac. An incel power fantasy about coconut magic and bringing women to justice. For all the yelling and head smashing he does, perhaps a better title would've been The Toxic Masculinity Avenger. Distract yourself from the horrors of the Malaysian justice…
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The Drive-In truly never dies as this week's post-apocalypse anthology of horror occurs in the remains of a drive-in theater. Brian drops 5 tales of horror on Steve which leave him asking, "wasn't this supposed to be a punishment episode?" This movie's got it all; 16mm film with Final Cut 7 titles, goopy gloppy special effects, and critical skellym…
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The pod is alive with the sound of music. Weird electronics, abused saxophones, and Marilyn Manson covers, but still music all the same when it's ... Hereditary (2018)vsLost Highway (1997)vsThe Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) Can Steve gallop his way to reclaiming the belt, or will he run out of breath before show's end? Does guest Antonio have wh…
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Send in the klowns. Those spacey and killy klowns. We've reached the end of the March of the Clowns and now it's time to direct your attention to the center ring for the 80s singular event. Written, directed, produced with special fx by The Chiodo Brothers. What if Aliens, Predator, and the Looney Tunes were all squeezed through a meat grinder into…
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As March of the Clowns continues, Brian and Steve play a little Tubi Roulette and land smack dab in the middle of a clown universe in Delco. Part of the larger umbrella of bad movies done cheap provided by Sterling Entertainment, Camp Blood follows a bunch of non-actors as they're killed uncreatively with Spirit Halloween props. But is there enough…
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If a film was made in tragic circumstances, a podcast can resurrect their restless spirit to make fun of them mercilessly. Dimension films in the early 2000s had so many embarrassing children. Sure they wanted you to pay attention to Sin City but ignore all the bad kids of Hellraiser 7, Dracula 2 and Reindeer Games. Perhaps none more sad than the 4…
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Send in the clowns...of the killer variety. This month Brian and Steve are joined by returning guest Big Clown Ben on this tent pole episode for... Killer Clown (2009)vsClowntown (2016)vsBlood Harvest (1987) Will Steve extend his reign with all the force and fury inside him, or will he be seeking a vacation? Can Ben capture the belt with his first …
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This week actor, writer, producer Ken Arnold joins Brian and Steve to share stories from his film The Night Watchmen. We get to go behind the scenes of the film, stories of his co-stars and get a little bit of Baltimore lore. Ken even reveals an exclusive bit of unknown production changes. We also learn about his new movie A Town Called Purgatory a…
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This week we get horny. In celebration and honor of Stuart Gordon, Joe Lynch's Suitable Flesh takes us back to a time of 90s erotica sleaze and injects it full of Lovecraftian body horror. Written by Gordon's writing partner, starring Gordon's favorite actress Barbara Crampton, and produced by Gordon's buddy Brian Yuzna. The film also features Heat…
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We interrupt the Super Bowl for this really important horror movie podcast about Fish Piss. Shocking results in our audience poll from last week's Stephen King Showdown leads to one of the most psychically damaging punishment films of 2024, and we're only two months in. Plus we announce the voting topics for March and does Brian have a Columbo repl…
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For February, Brian and Steve are having a good ole fashion New England Nor'easter Tag Match when they pit four Stephen King adaptations against each other. Gerald's Game (2017) / Pet Sematary (1989)vsThe Mist (2007) / The Dead Zone (1983) Can Brian handcuff himself to the first win of 2024, or have his chances gone sour?Will Steve be Walken away w…
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For February, Brian and Steve are having a good ole fashion New England Nor'easter Tag Match when they pit four Stephen King adaptations against each other. Gerald's Game (2017) / Pet Sematary (1989)vsThe Mist (2007) / The Dead Zone (1983) Can Brian handcuff himself to the first win of 2024, or have his chances gone sour?Will Steve be Walken away w…
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Our first 202Horror release of 2024 is ready to roll. Brian and Steve lace up the rentals and get a bucket of beers for ten frames of Last Night at Terrace Lanes. When a death cult interrupts the closing of a bowling alley, can a father and daughter team reconcile their differences to make it out alive? Do this film hit Brooklyn for 10 or are we ma…
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Returning to exercise his vengeance as the December champion, author Brandon Getz unleashes ... a goofy, live-action Looney Tunes film. Brian and Steve as subjected to the horrors of ... a caterpuppy? Despite being produced by Sean S. Cunningham, featuring Kane Hodder, having a score by Harry Manfredini, and a having a skeletal zombie horse, House …
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In the first of two punishment films for the month, Brian and Steve wish they were blind and deaf after watching this slapped together, low-budget alt history comedy. This bad movie painted like a fake bad movie was brought to them by Sara the ReAnimated Nerd. Can they find enough meat on this turkey or will they be reaching for their alcoholic roo…
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The first showdown of 202Horror brings the hyper stylized Italian slasher subgenre of Giallo to the front. This month Brian and Steve are joined by guest Sara Jackson @Reanimated.Nerd. She's an actress. FX artist and cosplayer from Florida. Will it help her in this showdown of ... Blood and Black Lace (1964)vsTenebrae (1982)vsTorso (1973) Will Stev…
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The first showdown of 202Horror brings the hyper stylized Italian slasher subgenre of Giallo to the front. This month Brian and Steve are joined by guest Sara Jackson @Reanimated.Nerd. She's an actress. FX artist and cosplayer from Florida. Will it help her in this showdown of ... Blood and Black Lace (1964)vsTenebrae (1982)vsTorso (1973) Will Stev…
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The first showdown of 202Horror brings the hyper stylized Italian slasher subgenre of Giallo to the front. This month Brian and Steve are joined by guest Sara Jackson @Reanimated.Nerd. She's an actress. FX artist and cosplayer from Florida. Will it help her in this showdown of ... Blood and Black Lace (1964)vsTenebrae (1982)vsTorso (1973) Will Stev…
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Happy New Year to our Rascals, Scamps and listeners around the world. We're on our holiday malarkey, so as a gift we're giving everyone an exclusive clip from our Patreon Exclusive podcast FAMILY IS FOREVER. The only place where you can hear Steve torture Brian with every Fast and The Furious film. Enjoy this clip and consider joining us as a Rasca…
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Maury Cramduss ... Moory Clickpiss ... Merry Crisis! and Happy Holidays. This week Steve has assembled a team of podcasters to take apart and reconstruct SANTASTEIN. The recently released comedy horror about Santa's death, resurrection and murder spree, just as was prophesied in the Bible. Joining him is the cast from Decayin' with the Boys, Matt a…
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For your Holiday programming enjoyment Brian going solo to bring you some season's cheer. Brian's making his watch list and checking it twice to help fill up your days with Christmas and Christmas Horror films. He's joined by his daughters for family friendly viewing and is occasionally harassed by Robo-Steve. Plus we announce the topic for our Jan…
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Gifts have been granted by His Infernal Majesty, The Guest is comfortably tucked into the discord,Beers are nestled cozily in their glasses,It's time for a Showdown! Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 (1987)vsBlack Christmas (1974)vsAwait Further Instructions (2018) Can Steve use the power of two movies in one to reclaim the belt, or is his Christma…
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Tis the season for holiday movies, and here that means more holiday horror. Directed by the writer of Five Nights at Freddy's and the writer of Freaky comes an attempt to parody Hallmark Christmas and It's Wonderful Life while also being a slasher film. But for the two old movie grinches Brian and Steve, is this movie Christmassy enough? Is it horr…
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We kick off the holiday horror season with a cynical exercise in capitalist filmmaking. At what point does art cease being art? Is it when it's made as a scam or trick to make money? Is it when Geddy Lee dresses up as a giant bush and menaces British women? Brian and Steve plumb the depths and ruin their psyches so you don't have to. Plus we announ…
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Happy Turkey Week. Brian and Steve take a trip to Plymouth, Mass for Thanksgiving. Not the holiday, but the newly released full feature slasher directed by Eli Roth based on his 2007 fake trailer from Grindhouse. Is it a new holiday tradition, or does this bird get stuffed? Listen in for our full spoiler breakdown. Find Us Online- Instagram: https:…
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After a winning the November Revenge Showdown, it sure seems like Brian is taking his ultimate revenge by making Steve and Bob watch the most incomprehensible, slapped together grift of a film. Directed by infamous himbo enthusiast, David DeCoteau, the Puppy Film of Many Names pushes the limits of watchability. Find out what happens when Eric Rober…
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The grand finale to our Revenge Showdown. This month for our showdown we're joined by Bob aka Chumpzilla from the Hops and Box Office Flops podcast, and we're serving these dishes cold Mandy (2018)vsThe Toxic Avenger (1984)vsYou're Next (2011) Oops! It's also the revenge of too much podcast as we recorded another 4 hr banger. This time instead of a…
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We continue our revenge rampage with a Toxic Tuesday. This month for our showdown we're joined by Bob aka Chumpzilla from the Hops and Box Office Flops podcast, and we're serving these dishes cold Mandy (2018)vsThe Toxic Avenger (1984)vsYou're Next (2011) Oops! It's also the revenge of too much podcast as we recorded another 4 hr banger. This time …
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October Weens bring November Revenges as the Farmer Almanac says. This month for our showdown we're joined by Bob aka Chumpzilla from the Hops and Box Office Flops podcast, and we're serving these dishes cold Mandy (2018)vsThe Toxic Avenger (1984)vsYou're Next (2011) Oops! It's also the revenge of too much podcast as we recorded another 4 hr banger…
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It's All Hallow's Evil! Brian and Steve are paying tribute to the debil (don't say his name) by spreading the word about the latest demon possession film When Evil Lurks. From the director of Terrified, Demian Rugna, comes one of the bleakest and nastiest films of the last 5 years. If you're into emotional masochism like Speak No Evil or stomach co…
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This week Drew West from rock band Drew and The Blue returns to the show. He brings with him a graveyard smash in a new release from his band, as well as a preview of a yet to be released track. Brian, Steve and Drew all talk about the Universal Monster classic Frankenstein. They talk rock n roll, look into the origins of Igor, and why it's importa…
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Brian, Meg and Steve take a trip back to their infancy with VHS 85. But because they were but babies, or not even alive, they don't remember all the Mexican Death Gods, Commodore 64 Death Gods, shapeshifters, and lake highlanders. At least one thing has survived from the 80s: Americans with an unhealthy relationship with guns. Anyway here's more ho…
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The week Brian and Steve are joined by David A. Weiner the director of the horror superdoc series In Search Of Darkness. They get to nerd out over the 90s decade of film, Tom Savini, and what to expect transitioning from the 80s to the 90s. Also David tells us a bit about his time working for Famous Monsters of Filmland and some of his favorite ove…
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The Wrestlemania season of Halloween podcasts deserves a Mega Sized Main Event; which is why the Wheel O' Ween was invented. 69 of the Halloweenest Horror Haunts will decide the fates of Brian, Meg, Steve and Bigfoot Ben in this Four Film Fatal Four Way. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (2019) vs Hellions (2015) vs The Funhouse Massacre (2015) vs …
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It's officially fall, although spooky season has been effect since the first pumpkin ales and Creepy Carmella's hit the shelves. Somewhere a pumpkin shaped air raid siren heralds the near arrival of October. It's Brian and Steve's duty to help put you in the mindset. They bring you some of their favorite trick or treat scenes to help remind you the…
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Are you addicted to being American? With our great heroin epidemic and silly online reporter jobs. Then maybe you should consider getting kidnapped by your extended Mexican family so they can exorcise the demon inside you with a Penn & Teller routine. Have a chicken friend. Have a wicked eye scar. Have a goat's milk bukkake. These are the Old Ways.…
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A new champ is crowned. With a champ comes a punishment for the plebs. This month it's the Master of Horror's interpretation of Dracula. The film that almost ended Dario Argento's career, and somehow didn't end Asia's. This is one creature that should've stayed in the night. Plus huge announcements for October's Showdown! Boghag relevant. Find Us O…
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It what can only be described as our first MEGASODE, we're joined by Matt from the Decayin' with the Boys podcast to battle out the best slasher from the 80s without a sequel or a franchise in . . . Opera (1987) vs Shocker (1989) vs Pieces (1982) Will the Master of Horror help Steve bring the championship home, or will he have to eat crow? Can Matt…
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This week we talk about one of our favorite and most formative horror authors, Stephen King. Brian is back from his New England vacation where he took the Bangor Bus. He got to visit some filming locations as well as inspirational sites for King's books like IT, Pet Sematary and The Stand. Steve and Brian also share some of their favorite works lik…
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We're once again joined by Premium Steve. He brings us all the insight into his new film Shingles: The Movie based off the Authors & Dragons book series. He gives Brian and Regular Steve some peeks and teases at the brand new new CarousHell 3. All this plus, what it's like to work with Pretty Boy Smooth, Jessa Flux, and win a Fangoria Chainsaw Awar…
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The year is 1997 or 8, depending on who you ask. The U.S. is pumping out iconic horror like Scream 2, Event Horizon, Mimic, The Relic, Wishmaster and Anaconda. Canada has Cube . . . and it's own worse, more boring, more inane version of Maximum Overdrive. Tune in for the true terror of being Tonka Tough. Plus we announce our September Showdown cate…
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July sweating brings August Showdowns. This month we're joined by Anthony from They Called This a Movie podcast to pick the best scene from a bad movie in . . . Maximum Overdrive (1986) vs Holidays (2016) vs The Happening (2008) Can Steve explode on the scene to once again become champ, or will his ambitions run out of gas? Does Anthony have the pe…
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This week Brian and Steve watched the Grindhouse Releasing of Death Game on Shudder. The 1977 film was directed by relative unknown Peter S. Traynor and stars Colleen Camp (Yvette in Clue.) They have an absolute blast with this bonkers throwback to grimy, sleazy cinema. The film later would be remade by Eli Roth, Ana de Armas, and Keanu Reeves as K…
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This week Brian and Steve look at a new film and the film it's a remake of; both written and directed by Anthony Diblasi. In the tradition of Sam Raimi with Evil Dead and Michael Haneke's Funny Games, they look at what changed between the films, what works better, what doesn't, and simply the reason why redo it in the first place. Get ready rookies…
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This week Brian and Steve take a trip back down memory lane to their favorite childhood toys. Everything from the toys based on R-Rated films like Aliens to the oft-injurious Creepy Crawlers. They got board games, Boglins, and Big Frank. Monsters that Mighty Morphed and or lived in your pocket. One of the hosts even had the Ghostbusters Firehouse; …
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