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Recorded Tuesday May 30th, 2017
 

Welcome back, fans! That Horror Show Podcast brings you the second part of our Herschell Gordon Lewis retrospective and, boy, is it a doozy. Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig have their car parked at the local drive-in and are ready to take in a triple-feature featuring such terrifying content like ESP, ugly witches, psychopathic killers, and a vengeful blood-drinking vampire! In other words: just another trip down the weird drive-in world of Herschell Gordon Lewis.

So listen in to Part 2, as the host’s talk about Mr. Lewis' varied cinematic career of, as well as review his three horror productions: “Something Weird” (1967), “The Gruesome Twosome” (1967) and “A Taste of Blood” (1967). Enjoy!  

 

#godfatherofgore #herschellgordonlewis #horror #driveinhorrror #somethingweird #atasteofblood #thegruesometwosome  #thsp

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Recorded Tuesday May 16th, 2017

 

Hey there, horror fans! That Horror Show Podcast brings you an episode of epic proportions. How epic, you say? Well, It's so epic that it spans not one, not two, but three episodes all dedicated to the wild cienmatic career of Herschell Gordon Lewis, the marketing advertising guru who introduced the special four-letter word 'gore' to the drive-in silver screen way-back when such a concept was unheard of!

For Part 1 of this episode, strap in and listen as your faithful hosts Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig talk about three films in Lewis' filmography that are now known as the 'The Blood Trilogy': "Blood Feast" (1963), "Two Thousand Maniacs!" (1964) and "Color Me Blood Red" (1964). and don't worry for we have more Herschell Gordon Lewis madness on the way; after all this epsiode isn't labeled Part 1 for nothing.

#bloodfeast #twothousandmaniacs #colormebloodred  #godfatherofgore #gore #herschellgordonlewis #thathorrorshowpodcast #thsp

 

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Recorded May Tuesday May 2nd, 2017

Greetings, horror fans! That Horror Show Podcast brings you another exciting episode filled with gruesomeness and guffaws galore. Your faithful hosts Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig have renewed their passports in order to take yet another trip around the world in their search for obscure foreign horror films. This time the dynamic duo jet-off to the exotic locales of Brazil to check out Jose Mojica Marin’s wild and wooly horrors featuring his wonderfully evil character Coffin Joe, or otherwise known in the countries native Portuguese as ‘Ze do Caixao’.

So listen in as the hosts talk about “At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul” (1964), and the two sequels “This Night I’ll Possess Your Corpse” (1967) and “Embodiment of Evil” (2008). What do the two hosts think of these wild little movies? Well, you gotta' listen in to find out.

 

#brazilianhorror #coffinjoe #souls #death #life #deathlife #spiritworld #thsp

 

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Recorded Wednesday March 8th, 2017
 
Greetings and salutations, fans! That Horror Show Podcast is back with yet another exciting episode of horror movie goodness. Your lovely hosts Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig have managed to clean off the 1970s trashy grindhouse-grime from their last episode and head forward to the year of 2016.
 
For this oh-so very special episode, hosts Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig tackle three horror films from 2016 to review. Listen in as the hosts talk about “Hush, “The Shallows” and “Lights Out” (all three from 2016). Did these films meet our expectations or did they disappoint? Well, fans, you gotta’ listen in to find out…
 
#HUSH #theshallows #lightsout #jameswan #thathorrorshowpodcast #thsp #2016horrorfilms #2016
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Recorded Tuesday February 14th, 2017

Hey there, horror fans! That Horror Show Podcast is back to bring you another new episode. And, boy oh boy, this one is a doozy, folks! For this episode, we decided to hop in our time machine, venture back in time to 1970s New York City and find two horror movies playing in one of the 42nd Street grindhouses. So join hosts Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig as they walk down the grimy streets of The Deuce and catch a zonked-out double-feature of “The Headless Eyes” (1971) and “I Drink Your Blood” (1971). Do these two demented gory shockers make a good pairing for the hosts? Well, fans, you gotta’ listen to find out!

But, wait: there’s more! This episode marks the return of the ever-so-in-demand ‘What Have We Watched’ segment! Sorry for the long wait, but we told you it was coming back. Listen in as Chris Koenig keeps his sleazy side in-check with his take on oh-so wrong “Love Camp 7” (1969), while Timothy Kazda expresses his displeasure with “How to Be Single” (2016).

Plus the debut of THSP Spotlight, with special guest Tori Danielle! and the return of the mailroom.

#42ndstreetgrindhouse #grindhouse #1971 #idrinkyourblood #theheadlesseyes #horror #1971horror #WiHM8 #horrorgeeklife #pophorror.com  #thsp

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Recorded Tuesday Janurary 24th, 2017

 

Howdy, horror fans! It’s the beginning of 2017 and That Horror Show Podcast has entered in its third season! Yes, that’s right: we’ve come this far and how we did it we’ll never know. And yes, we have some interesting episodes lined up for this year, but let’s take it one step at a time and get right down to this month’s episode first.

For this episode, Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig have booked a flight to check out three horror films from around the world. Strap in as the dynamic duo jets off to Australia to watch “Wolf Creek” (2005), then they fly to Sweden to catch a screening of “Let the Right One In” (2008), and then last they book a last minute trip to Thailand for “Long Weekend” (2013). Are these three movies worth getting jet-lag over? Well, fans, you’ll have to tune in and find out for yourselves.

 

#wolfcreek  #lettherightonein  #longweekend   #foreignhorror  #serialkiller #vampire  #ghosts  #thathorrorshowpodcast  #thsp  #horrorpodcast  #horror

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Recorded Tuesday December 13th, 2016

 
Happy Holidays, fans! That Horror Show Podcast is back with a very special Christmas-themed episode for you horror movie lovers out there. Yes, the Christmas tree is up with all the trimmings, the stockings are hung by the fireplace, and the eggnog with an extra pinch of brandy is ready to be consumed. And yes, that annoying little ‘Elf on the Shelf’ has been tied up and locked in the closet where he should be! Anyways, join in on the festivities as hosts Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig review two holiday horror movies: “Black Christmas” and…well, "Black Christmas”. That’s right, Tim and Chris sing their praises over the Bob Clark classic “Black Christmas” (1974), as well as offer their grievances over Glen Morgan’s remake “Black Christmas” (2006).
 
But wait, there’s more: Tim and Chris also offer their favorite non-horror themed Christmas movies. Listen in as Chris talks a bit about his holiday favorites “Bad Santa” (2003), “Scandal” (1950) and “Larceny Inc.” (1942), while Tim reveals his holiday pleasures “The Long Kiss Goodnight” (1996), “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” (1989) and “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946). Consider this little segment a hybrid of the ‘What Have We Watched’ segment that you all know and love (and, in case if you are wondering, we will be bringing that segment back for next year’s episodes, we promise!). 
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Recorded Thursday December 1st, 2016

 

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Recorded Sunday Novermber 20th, 2016 

Gobble, gobble, horror fans! Yes, That Horror Show Podcast has once again unleashed a bonus episode for this November. Last year, hosts Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig endured the God-awful “horror-comedy” wannabie “ThanksKilling” (2009), so they decided it was time to review yet another horrible turkey of a horror movie that had them wishing they could get their hour-and-a-half of their time back. And what better way than to express rage, anger, frustration, and laughs over the movie than by talking about it for all to hear. But, instead of telling you ahead of time what the movie is on the synopsis, we decided not mention the title at all: consider this a “mystery title” (though, if you listened to our first Thanksgiving bonus episode you might know what the mystery is) and if you are really interested in knowing what the movie is then tune in to find out. And joining us at the Thanksgiving table as ‘special guest star’ is none other than Dave Rodriguez of the show ‘Sequel This!’ to help provide enough merriment and mirth to help us get thru this episode! So listen in and get ready to laugh...well, hopefully!

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Recorded Tuesday October 25th, 2016

 

Hey there, fans! That Horror Show Podcast is back to unleash a new episode for this November and, boy, is it a doozy. Once again, the show’s hosts Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig take a break from talking about the mainstream and reach back into the dusty vaults to find some movies that are a little more obscure, a little more unusual and, yes, a little more weird. Luckily, we managed to find three titles that caught our attention, as they are all helmed by minor cult director Jose Ramon Larraz! Never heard of him, you say? That’s okay; like we said, he’s a minor cult director…but, that doesn’t mean we can’t do a retrospective on them. Plus, it’s our show, so we can do whatever the hell we want!

So tune in and listen as the show’s dynamic duo tackles the recently unearthed horror-thriller “Symptoms” (1974), the more established “Vampyres” (1974), and the odd mix of sex-and-witchcraft (with the inclusion of a black goat added for, err, “good measure”…don’t ask!) of “Black Candles” (1982; also known as “Hot Fantasies”, or also known under its original Spanish title “Los Ritos Sexuales de Diablo”)! Sadly, there is no ‘What Have We Watched’ segment this time, but don’t worry for we’ll bring it back soon, we swear! 

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