Saturday, October 26, 2013

A Halloween Treat for Our Friends

We'd like to thank all of our listeners for their support (extra-special thanks to those folks who've left reviews on iTunes and our Archive page!). While we're busy learning Leyak black magic for our Mystics in Bali episode, we'd like to give you a thank-you gift for watching some great trash with us these last few months. We humbly present a good movie to you all, the 2005 Japanese creep-fest Noiroi: The Curse.

Enjoy and have a safe and happy Halloween from the TCTT crew!

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Ep09 Burial Ground & The Crater Lake Monster

Matt, Joe, Kyle, & Scott discuss 2 films this time: Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (1981) & The Crater Lake Monster (1977). Schisms are formed. Sides are taken. Available on iTunes or here.
Do these pants give me "mom butt," Yorick?

Friday, October 18, 2013

Oh my golly! MYSTICS IN BALI

We kick November off with another delight from Indonesia, H. Tjut Djalil's Mystics in Bali. We won't spoil any of the fun, but will say "get ready for a wild ride." On this episode we will be joined by a guest from The Bookhouse Boys podcast, Jason Farrell.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Emergency Double Feature

Scott felt that Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (it's just one night, by the way) didn't have enough rotting meat on its Italian bones to fill a whole podcast, so he requested a double feature with The Crater Lake Monster (1977), or, as Matt likes to call it, "The Cracker Lake Monster."

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Ep08 - The Stabilizer

Matt, Kyle, and Scott discuss Indonesian director Arizal's explosion-laden, fight-drenched, dubbed masterpiece The Stabilizer. Available through iTunes (leave us a review!) or on our Libsyn page (leave us a review!)

 This could tell us where to find the new episode!

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Coming up for Halloween...

Now that we're Stabilized, we're moving on to a classic zombie film from Italy: Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (original title: Le Notti del Terrore, a.k.a. The Zombie Dead, a.k.a. Zombie 3). This film features ancient Etruscan zombies, some impressive make-up, and the greatest mother-son relationship in cinematic history. Enjoy the might and majesty of Peter Bark, the full-grown midget who plays a young boy. Crazy.