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PODCAST 356: Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! & Night of the Lepus [Killer Bunny Easter Edition]

This week the Horror Duo chat about killer rabbits in celebration of the Easter holiday. Forest takes in Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! a throwback to '70s exploitation and Cory finally watches the lack luster animal attack flick, Night of the Lepus.


PODCAST 355: Hansel and Gretel Get Baked, Shrooms & 4/20 Massacre

This week the Horror Crew dive deep into the world of recreational drugs in celebration of 4/20. Forest covers Hansel & Gretel Get Baked starring Lara Flynn Boyle, Cory takes on 4/20 Massacre - a new slasher set in a weed wonderland starring Jamie Bernadette and Rhiannon kicks the party up a notch with Shrooms.


PODCAST 354: The Dentist 2, Eyes Without a Face & The Surgeon [Under the Knife Edition]

This week the Horror Crew take on a trio of medical related horror films. Forest returns to the world of Brian Yuzna with The Dentist 2. Rhiannon covers a French classic and Billy Idol song, Eyes Without a Face, and Cory watches and chats about The Surgeon - a movie that once aired on MonsterVision.



“Don’t cry for me Argentina!”...alright, I got that reference out of the way early so now I can discuss Terror 5 without any obstruction from Madonna. That is always a concern of mine, that Madonna of all people, will force her way into one of my reviews. It keeps me awake at night. But why Madonna? Because Terror 5 is by a pair of talented brothers from Argentina...and there you have it.


MONSTER MARCH MADNESS 2019: Godzilla Wins!

The monster who battled hard and won the crown, becoming King of the Monsters, is none other than Godzilla himself. A fitting end to a Earth shattering monster mash-up. Thank everyone who voted for participating. Let's see what competition Slaughter Film can think up next year.


PODCAST 353: Pupper Master: The Littlest Reich & Critters: A New Binge

This week the Horror Crew return to their roots with a pair of new sequels of iconic old pint sized killers. Rhiannon shares her vast knowledge of the Puppet Master series as Forest reviews Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich. And Cory explains how the Critters: A New Binge was enjoyable, but a total misfire.