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Episode 116 | Tequila, Tacos and Rodan

This week Robin and Scott bask in all things giant! First up is a new addition to the Shudder streaming service by the name of "Boar", which take Bill Moseley and the biggest baldest human you've ever seen to the Australian outback to battle a gigantic swine to the death. After that it's another battle to the death of gigantic proportions with "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" which features more kiaju (ahem, Titans. Sorry) than you can shake your giant spiny tail at. The episode is finished...


Episode 115 | St. Agatha Around My Neck

This week Scott and Robin take a trip back in time to the 1950's with nunsploitation but not really at all flick St. Agatha, a movie that takes you on a journey but probably not the one you thought it would be. After that they share their thoughts on the newest Netflix original horror movie The Perfection, a twisty turny trashy film that has a lot going for it. After that they dive into the news hole with the continuing trials and tribulations of the woman who married a ghost pirate, Iron...


Episode 114 | Dinosaur Sex Lake

This week Robin and Scott dig into the new Shudder film The Nightshifter, a Brazillian horror that finds a morgue worker with the ability to speak with the dead in a bad situation after abusing his abilities. Things start weird and only get more bizarre as the movie plays out, so basically the standard for Brazillian horror. After that it's time to keep driving into the eye of the bizarre hurricane that's been unleashed with news about dinosaur reproductive habits, Dennis Rodman, accidental...


Strange Blood - The Hunger

This week Robin reads to you her essay from the recently published Strange Blood: Essays On Offbeat and Underrated Vampire Movies which collects 71 essays written by people from across the landscape of horror. In her entry Robin covers how she fell in love with The Hunger, which stars David Bowie and Susan Sarandon as goth vampire lovers, and it's influence on her appreciation of all things vampiric. You can snag a copy of Strange Blood: Essays On Offbeat and Underated Vampire Movies either...


Episode 113 | Kiddy Pool Of Diarrhea

Things take a very strange turn this week as Scott and Robin dive into some greasy flicks of yesteryear. First up is Takashi Miike's bizarre yakuza film Dead or Alive, which is one of the wildest movies we've ever covered that still maintains a plot line. After that it's on to a bit of a forgotten '80s haunted house/possession film by the name of Scared Stiff, which was recently remastered and released by Arrow. The train keeps rolling down the line well into the bizarre news segment...


Episode 112: Godsmack, Porn and Chicken Fingers

On this mini-episode, Robin and Scott talk about going to see Godsmack and Volbeat in a small town in BC, and how along the way they somehow managed to come upon an absurd amount of 1970's erotica, giallo and spaghetti westerns. They also talk about their other physical media addiction - vinyl - and how Dogwood Records is the place to feed said addiction if you're in or around Vernon. ****************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC...


Episode 111: I’m Not A Bugologist

Grab your space suit and a can of Raid because we're headed to Mars to check out Takashi Miike's live-action adaptation of the manga Terra Formars, a wild ride of a midnight movie that could have only come from his mind. After that it's time to go down that road (you know the one) and check out the 2019 remake of Pet Semetary from the guys who gave us Starry Eyes. We're coming in hot with the weird news load as usual, with stories of real life Battle Royale's, black metal being black metal,...


Episode 110 | Vancouver Badass Film Festival 5

This episode Robin and Scott talk about the fifth annual Vancouver Badass Film Festival and share their thoughts on the films screened that weekend - Polterheist, Perfect Skin, A Mata Negra, Amazon Hot Box, The Hollow Child, Knuckleball and AMI. Obviously you can't talk about Badass without talking about the wildest awards show in BC on the final night, featuring Samantha Mack hosting as the Hormone Monsterous, and unique performances from Tristan Risk, Josh Burns and the Caravan of...


Episode 109 | Haunted Cat House

In this episode Scott and Robin dive into Arrows' new giallo release Strip Nude For Your Killer, a movie that features (you guessed it) a whole lot of naked folks. They also explore the weird world of Japan's artsy horror flick House, which is as close to an acid trip as you can get without putting the little square of paper on your tongue. ****************************************************** “Party Crowd 2” by Kolezan is licensed under CC BY 3.0 “Bong Hit” by OnionEye is licensed...


Episode 108 | Jack the Ripper's Cumrag

The crew is seeing double this week as they check out Jordan Peele's doppelganger flick "Us", and talk about why it was Pretty Alright™. Arrow Home Video is killing it this month with releases and sent over a copy of bizarre 90s slasher film KOLOBOS which the crew was 100% here for. The crew remembers Joe Pilato and Larry Cohen and there's some weird news shared about haunted grocery stores, shooting at cockroaches, werewolf based stabbings, solving the Jack The Ripper case using ancient cum...


Episode 107 |Spiders In My Blood

Travelling to an island of misfit killer dogs is the name of the game this week as Robin and Scott discuss a The Breed, a low budget affair that features the cleanest and most well groomed pack of wild dogs you'll ever see. They also talk a bit more about the back half of the Kamloops Film Festival and go a little off brand to talk about the homegrown film Kayak to Klemtu. Because we didn't want you to think we'd gone soft after Kyak, we round off the episode with some bizarre news stories...


Episode 106 | Pizza & Corpses

Episode 106 has Robin & Scotty going over their contributions to DARKFEST 2019 at the Kamloops Film Festival and talking about Lars Von Trier's "The House That Jack Built", as well as "Suspiria" and working with Tristan Risk's "Caravan of Curiosities". The crew bleach their mind with some Kingdom Hearts III, mourn the death of their OG release day PlayStation 4, and share some weird news about getting stabbed in the eye over brownies, selfies with jaguars, Varg Vikernes losing a jeep race,...


Episode 105 | Walmart Waifu

The greasy streets of New York City in 1980 call to Scott and Robin this week as they explore the world of Bill Lustig’s grindhouse classic Maniac, recently re-released by Blue Underground in all it’s grimy glory. Then it’s time to strap on a parachute and jump behind enemy lines with WWII science fiction/horror hybrid Overlord, before checking the Craigslist postings for apartments and finding a deal in 2015’s The Sublet. The black snows of Russia, a recap of True Detective's third season,...


Episode 104 | Black Metal Bromance

Everything about this episode is so cold. Everything about this episode is so dark, and that's because we checked out Lords of Chaos. Jonas Åkerlund's new movie tells the story behind the very very very publicized Norweigian black metal scene in the early 1990's that ended not only in the burning of multiple churches but the murder of one of the key players. Scott and Robin also discuss a movie buying excursion that happened this week, in which they met their horror mom who just so happens...


Episode 103 | Those Were My Good Face Eyes

Ever seen a troll love story? If you answered no, you obviously haven't seen Ali Abassi's "Border" yet. Scott and Robin discuss the 2018 Swedish film as well as their recent Valentines Day screening of it in Kamloops, then dive into sci-fi horror flick "Await Further Instructions." Always ones to make things as weird as possible, they also talk about the true crime documentary that makes you go WTF every five minutes - "Abducted In Plain Sight." Bigfoot hunting with pro-baseball players, the...


Episode 102 | The Night Evelyn Got Her Groove Back

Things get DARK this week as Scott and Robin go down a giallo rabbit hole that ends in a a post-zombie zombie movie. First up is the strange The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave and then the new Severin Films release of All The Colors of the Dark. And that post-zombies zombie movie acting as the light at the end of a very garishly decorated tunnel? The Dark, directed by Justin P. Lange. Also up for discussion this episode: The Chucky Wars, creepy dudes living in your walls, shark bongs,...


Blazed in the Northern Sky | Episode 2 | Chuck 'em in the Basement

Scott and Robin get Blazed in the Northern sky and play some new metal tracks from Enon Chapel, Whitechapel, Crematory Stench, NUISIBLE, Fabulous Desaster, Bekmork, Ashen Horde, Kaamos Warriors, Bitter Lake, and Downfall of Gaia. They also talk news about Disma kicking out Craig Pillard ten years too late, TOOL's new album teaser, STAIND playing shows in 2019, Tobias Forge cosplaying as the Phantom of the Opera, and Children of Bodom's new beer. Track list Enon Chapel - Miasma From The...


Episode 101: Serial Killer Daddy

Episode 101 finds Scott and Robin checking out snore fest, "The Standoff at Sparrow Creek", Ven Scott's "Date From Hell" short film debut, Netflix's "Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes", as well as Eddie Lengyel's "American Poltergeist: The Curse of Lilith Ratchet" starring graveyard favourite Roger Conners. Some weird news about meth fuelled death parties, insurance logistics around burning your house down while banging your wife with a flamethrower, Sundance Film Festival...


Episode 100: Intrigue and Cosplay

Episode 100! Triple digits! The crew celebrates two years of podcasting and our 100th episode by dissecting Netflix sexy creepy dude thriller "YOU" based on the book by Caroline Kepnes. The crew also talks about the book, just for all you book nerds out there. Some weird news about Austrailian horror film The Lodge, the Blomkamp RoboCop retcon, playing shit chicken with shit wolves, spiders biting dicks and hiking and dying by the bikini are also shared. Happy...


Blazed in the Northern Sky | Episode 1 | Rifts, Not Riffs

In this inaugural metal episode, Scott and Robin discuss the very explosive, weeks long Twitter tirade that Nails frontman Todd Jones unleashed against Metalsucks earlier this month, why stoner icons seem to have so much trouble with their toes, Corey Taylor threatening all of the innocent people of the world with “dark jazz” album, some good old fashioned classic rock trolling and if anyone really cares that Tool have (allegedly) finished a new...