Horror Movie Episodes

Killer_Klowns_Screenshot_-_80   We figured since Halloween is this Friday you may be looking for some horror movie recommendations and we totally have the list for you. This week’s episode will be up a few days late, due to scheduling issues, so in the mean time we made you this list of every horror movie we’ve covered on the podcast. Some of these may be streaming on Netflix, in full on YouTube, or available in some other format. (These are in order by episode, not rank)

Episode 1: Troll 2

Episode 2: Killer Klowns From Outer Space

Episode 3: Halloween Resurrection

Episode 6: Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge

Episode 10: Jack Frost

Episode 15: The Pit

Episode 16: Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go To College

Episode 17: Bloody Birthday

Episode 18: Rockula

Episode 19: Creep Van

Episode 29: Sleepaway Camp

Episode 35: Student Bodies

Episode 36: My Mom’s A Werewolf

Episode 38: Dead Heat

Episode 46: Riki-Oh: The Story Of Ricky (Not a “horror” movie, but very gory)

Episode 47: Class of 1999

Episode 48: Axe Giant: The Wrath Of Paul Bunyan

Episode 50: Shakma

Episode 53: The Paperboy

Episode 54: Halloween III: Season Of The Witch

Episode 55: Visiting Hours

Episode 56: Body Bags

Episode 63: Silent Night, Deadly Night

Episode 68: Shrooms

Episode 71: The Phantom Of The Opera (1989)

Episode 72: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation

Episode 79: Mikey

Episode 81: Night Of The Creeps

Episode 82: The Monster Squad

Episode 83: Sleepaway Camp (Revisit)

Episode 86: Friday The 13th Part II

Episode 87: Friday The 13th Part III 3D

Episode 88: Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter

Episode 89: Friday The 13th Part V: A New Beginning

Episode 47: Class Of 1999

class991bGrab an assault rifle and a grenade launcher, because we’re going back to school – WAY back to 1990’s dystopian mayhem-fest, Class of 1999! We love these dark future stories with no basis in reality. By 1999, school violence has risen so dramatically all across the country that the police have completely ceded the areas around schools to the gangs, but somehow still have the power to force gangbangers more heavily armed than a terrorist cell to go to class. Into this environment returns former gang member Cody Culp, who is paroled from his prison sentence for sniffing Leggos on the condition that he goes to class. Unfortunately for Cody and his Black Hearted buddies, the Department of Educational Defense just started using his school as the lab for its new “Tactical Education Units,” or Terminators-turned-teachers. Principal Malcolm McDowell leaves control of Pam Grier and her cyborg colleagues up to Stacy Keach’s mad scientist character Dr. Forest, because who WOULDN’T trust a man with dead eyes and a white mullet who thinks it’s “fascinating” when the teachers start murdering students for minor infractions? After Cody suffers a huge personal loss, he forms an alliance with both the school’s gangs with the rallying cry of, “Let’s waste some teachers!” The take-home message here? “Stay in gangs, kids!” (That or, “Don’t get your balls burned off!”)

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Next week, Corey will be joined by friends of the podcast Gina and Ryan as we go back to Netflix for our listener request and recent release, 2013’s Axe Giant: The Wrath of Paul Bunyan! Prissy twenty-somethings at a prison bootcamp inadvertently desecrate the grave of Babe, the Big Blue Ox, causing a giant undead Paul Bunyan to come swinging his giant axe at their heads. This one should give Sharknado a run for its money. All aboard Sgt. Hoke’s happy short bus!

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Check out friend of the show Timmy Blaze’s podcast(s) The T-Dawg Blizzlepop Comsey Stand Show! and The ABACABB Video Game Podcast [Both on iTunes & Spreaker]

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Episode 46: Riki-Oh: The Story Of Ricky

storyofricky09 When the going gets tough, the tough start punching through peoples chests! This week we’ve opium tripped our way back to 1991 to watch the gore-ily over the top Hong Kong action film Riki-Oh: The Legend of Ricky! In a dystopian future where for-profit prisons are the norm, a mysterious, honorable stranger named Ricky is put behind bars for killing drug gang leaders. He soon finds out that his cell block is populated with thugs of Dragonball Z level power that no prison could ever hold, but for some reason, does. Ass Ward Captain Hook chooses to let Ricky live, despite his ability to punch through anyone and anything, opting instead to let Ricky pick off his goons one by one until Warden Freeza and his dork monster son return. While Ricky himself is superhuman, surviving a live burial, concrete encasement and tying his own cut tendons back together, his new friends all meet horrible ends for showing him even the slightest support or affection. But Ricky doesn’t much care, as long as he can take down the warden’s opium grow op which indirectly caused his Puritan girlfriend to kill herself for being touched by drug gang members. If you’re confused… GOOD. So were we.

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Next week we’re gang-banging back a year for another dystopian diversion, 1990’s Class of 1999! When the US government loses all control of its schools, it decides the wisest course of action is to send in the Terminators to take out the druggie/gangbanger trash. Military robots-turned teachers? What could POSSIBLY go right? (This film is available on Crackle for free streaming.)

Remember every movie we watch is available for streaming on Netflix or YouTube! [Unless we say otherwise]

Subscribe Via iTunes (Also available on Stitcher)

Have a suggestion for a movie? Have thoughts on the movie of the week or past movie? Go to our Contact Us page for our e-mail, Twitter, & Facebook.

Check out friend of the show Timmy Blaze’s podcast(s) The T-Dawg Blizzlepop Comsey Stand Show! and The ABACABB Video Game Podcast [Both on iTunes & Spreaker]

Theme provided by Jonathan Mann.