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 72: Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation

TCM NG SITEThis week on the podcast we watched 1994’s ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation, starring Academy Award winners Matthew McConaughy and Renee Zellweger. After all these years, the legend is still buzzing about in the backwoods of Texas. While the film begins with the typical teens lost in the woods horror movie trope, the rest of this movie is beyond any other in the series. It goes onto suggest the Sawyer (or as IMDB says Slaughter) Family has actually been doing the dirty work of some sort of Illuminati organization this whole time. Not only does it give us that, but also now Leatherface is some sort of transexual and has a brother named Vilmer (McConaughy) with a robotic leg. While this movie is over the top and awful, Matthew McConaughy actually delivers one hell of a performance. The last 10-15 minutes of this movie are so confusing and messy, it leaves you with about a billion questions left unanswered.

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Next week….well next week we will be taking the week off. But don’t worry faithful listeners, we will be back on April 2nd with an all new episode. On April 2nd, we will be discussing The Punisher from 1989 starring Dolph Lundgren! When Frank Castle’s family is murdered by criminals, he wages war on crime as a vigilante assassin known only as The Punisher.

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Episode 71: The Phantom Of The Opera (1989)

0521553_6905_MC_Tx304When you hear that there was an adaptation of The Phantom Of The Opera made in 1989, starring Robert Englund, you probably think its going to be a bloody and cheesy take on it, right? Especially when the poster says “First he was Freddy, now he’s The Phantom,” right? Well, you would be very wrong; just like we were. This adaptation, while much more of a horror movie than any others, is actually said to be the most faithful adaptation to the Gaston Leroux original novel. Aside from the present day scenes in the beginning and end, it’s a very serious take on The Phantom. It does have some somewhat gory parts, along with some great makeup effects when he is putting on and taking off his face, but over all was pretty much a snoozefest. Speaking of snoozefest, one of us *cough* Ryan *cough* actually fell asleep for a small section of this movie.

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Next week on the podcast, we are watching a movie that truly buried a franchise for many years. In 1994, future oscar winners Renee Zellweger & Matthew McConaughey starred in the absolutely horrendous Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation. It’s the tale as old as time: a group of teenagers get into a car crash in the Texas woods on prom night, and then wander into an old farmhouse that is home to Leatherface and his insane family of cannibalistic psychopaths.

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

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