This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm celebrating the end of the Spooky Season by inviting my good buds Paul and Steve from Invasion of the Podcast and Dynamo Marz of the Deadites to discuss art snobs and Art the Clown as watch 2007's Murder Party and 2016's Terrifier.
[02:51] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[24:25] Murder Party (2007)
[01:29:52] Terrifier (2016)
[03:31:43] ENDING MUSIC: Halloween by King Diamond
31 Days of Halloween comes to its conclusion with 2020's The Empty Man.
31 Days of Halloween continues with a tale of trauma, brotherhood, and hidden demons lurking behind a sinister smile with 2015's The Look Like People.
ENDING MUSIC: Brother by Alice in Chains
31 Days of Halloween continues with Takashi Miike doing spooky kabuki in 2014's Over Your Dead Body.
31 Days of Halloween continues with an anthology from horror's extreme independent side with 2011's The Theatre Bizarre.
ENDING MUSIC: Dream for Mother by Christian Death
31 Days of Halloween continues with a story that is more family drama than supernatural cannibalism in 2001's Wendigo.
ENDING MUSIC: Wendigo by Homerik
31 Days of Halloween continues with some 90s meta-horror made years before Scream - 1991's There's Nothing Out There.
ENDING MUSIC: Body Count by Killjoy
31 Days of Halloween continues as Robert Englund plays a different melty-faced psychopath in 1989's The Phantom of the Opera.
ENDING MUSIC: The Phantom of the Opera by Iron Maiden
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm continuing the Spooky Season with two films with remarkably similar names: 1982's Trick or Treats and 1986's Trick or Treat.
[01:48] Chinstroker vs Punter Promo
[02:56] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[13:15] Trick or Treats (1982)
[34:55] Trick or Treat (1986)
[01:05:18] ENDING MUSIC: Trick or Treat by Fastway
31 Days of Halloween continues with the immortal story of savage bikers, laser rocks, and Horshack's crack in 1989's Hellgate.
ENDING MUSIC: Little Dead Girl by The Bronx Casket Co.
31 Days of Halloween continues as I dial up some mediocrity in 1988's 976-Evil.
ENDING MUSIC: 976-Evil by Deftones
31 Days of Halloween with a direct-to-video mashup of pick-up artists and Scanners with 1987's Mind Killer.
ENDING MUSIC: Mine Mine Mind by Roky Erickson
31 Days of Halloween continues as Vincent Price hosts a calvacade of gory Southern Gothic tales in 1987's From a Whisper to a Scream.
ENDING MUSIC: From a Whisper to a Scream by Elvis Costello
31 Days of Halloween continues with a SUPER sleazy giallo in 1987's Delirium: Photo of Gioia.
ENDING MUSIC: Delirium by Satyricon
31 Days of Halloween continues with a nostalgic clipshow (or is it a documentary?) in 1984's Terror in the Aisles.
ENDING MUSIC: They're Not Very Nice by John Beal
31 Days of Halloween continues with an anthology featuring psycho hand puppets, murderous visions, and homicidal garden, and yet is somehow not the greatest film ever: 1983's Screamtime.
ENDING MUSIC: Screamin' Victims by Tankard
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm taking a look at the the latest iteration of the Michael Myers Mythos: 2018's Halloween and 2021's Halloween Kills.
[02:23] Trick or Treat Radio Promo
[03:40] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[23:31] Halloween (2018)
[01:17:05] Halloween Kills (2021)
[02:04:30] ENDING MUSIC: Halloween by Wasted
31 Days of Halloween continues with a woman-helmed creature feature in 1983's The Being.
31 Days of Halloween continues with a film that almost lives up to its amazing poster with 1982's Alone in the Dark.
ENDING MUSIC: Chop Up Your Mother by The Sic Fucks
31 Days of Halloween continues with one of the grimiest entries in the Golden Age of Slashers: 1981's Nightmare.
ENDING MUSIC: Nightmares in a Damaged Brain by F.K.Ü.
31 Days of Halloween continues with a horror comedy that, despite its title, has no connection to the slasher genre - 1981's Saturday the 14th.
ENDING MUSIC: Saturday Night by The Misfits
31 Days of Halloween continues with an anthology blend of comedy and horror with 1981's The Monster Club.
ENDING MUSIC: Monsters Rule O.K. by The Viewers
31 Days of Halloween continues as Richard Burton practices his death stare in 1978's The Medusa Touch.
ENDING MUSIC: Ready for Drowning by Manic Street Preachers
31 Days of Halloween continues as I watch a "not-quite-Amicus" portmanteau horror film (with lots of killer cats) in 1977's The Uncanny.
ENDING MUSIC: Cat Scratch Fever by Motorhead
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast horror is found in the woods as I discuss 2017's The Ritual and 2021's In the Earth.
[02:10] CromCast Promo
[02:55] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[17:45] The Ritual (2017)
[40:08] In the Earth (2021)
[01:04:10] ENDING MUSIC: Spirit of the Woods by Clint Mansell