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Recorded Wednesday August 3rd, 2016

 

Hiya dear listeners, welcome to our August episode - Episode17: That Canadian Horror Slasher Episode! To round out the summer season your loveable and loyal hosts, Tim Kazda and Chris Koenig, grab their passports and head to the Great White North to bring you this episode.  The guys, review “Prom Night” (1980) and“Curtains” (1983). But before all that wonderfulness, Tim and Chris flip on the old boob tube and head into their “What We Watched” segment were Chris gives his take on the Jennifer Lopez vehicle, a sexy thriller called “The Boy Next Door”(2014), and then Tim hits the beach and tries to catch a wave with his review of the action film “Point Break” (1991).

 

So grab your boogie shoes and join us as Jamie Lee Curtis dances her way into our hearts with some killer disco music and moves.  

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Recorded Tuesday July 22nd, 2016

Hey there, horror fans! That Horror Show Podcast hosts Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig bring you a very special “bonus episode” for this month. Taking a short break from discussing horror films involving crazed killers or any form of bodily dismemberment, your hosts decided to head to their local movie theatre to check out none other than the 2016 remake (or “reboot”, depending on how you want to look at the definition) of “Ghostbusters”. That’s right: after hearing so much about the controversy and the mixed reactions over the film, your dedicated hosts decided to get in on the action and check the movie out. And what’s Tim and Chris’ reaction towards the new version? Well, silly, you have to listen to the episode in order to find out.

So sit back, relax and listen in as Tim and Chris talk a little about the original 1984 version (as well as grumble a bit about the 1989 sequel), offer their thoughts over the whole remake/reboot “controversy” stirred up by on-line fandom, and then finally delve into a review of the new version and offering their thoughts and criticism. 
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Recorded Wednesday June 29th, 2016


Hey there, fans! Your hosts Timothy Kazda and Chris Koenig bring to you yet another excellence in podcasting with this brand new episode. However, we take a break from talking about traditional mainstream horror and go in a different direction, as we delve into the more obscure films of the genre from that “golden era” of the 1970s.

 

On February 2016, Arrow Video released three odd obscurities in a Blu-Ray/DVD box set titled ‘American Horror Project’. So, we felt this release would make for an interesting episode. So sit back and listen as we talk about“Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood” (1973), “The Witch Who Came From the Sea”(1976) and “The Premonition” (1976). But wait, there’s more: back by popular demand is the ‘What Have We Watched’ segment after being out-of-action for quite some time. Strap in as Tim waxes fantastic about the sci-fi epic“Independence Day” (1996) while Chris is on the fence over “The Hateful Eight”(2015).

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Recorded Sunday May 22nd, 2016

 

Hello dear listeners and fans, welcome to our June episode. You’re Hosts, Tim and Chris, are back with a brand new episode.  Helping kick off your summer right, the guys welcome into the studio a special guest, Bradley Skelly, for this fun and exciting episode!

 

Tim, Chris and Bradley journey to New Orleans to party it up Mardi Gras style. They then decide to take a tour of the Louisiana swamp and learn of the local legend Victory Crowley!

 

So come along with us on our summer outing to the swamp! Watch out for them gators!

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Recorded Tuesday April 26th, 2016

 

Hello dear listeners and horror fans, welcome to the latest episode of THSP. In this ghostly and exciting episode, the boys tackle three spirited films that will make you quiver and quake in fear…. Well probably not! But, they sure do try to be informative and entertaining. Hosts, Tim and Chris, review and analyze “Stir of Echoes” (1999), “Oculus” (2013) and “We Are Still Here” (2015). Tim also shares a few ghost stories himself. So, get ready to be spooked. 

 

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Recorded Sunday March 20th, 2016

Ah spring is in the air and That Horror Show Podcast is back with their April episode. In Episode 13: That April Fool's Day Episode! hosts Tim Kazda and Chris Koenig review two films, that fit the holiday with horror style and panache: "April Fool's Day" (1986) and "Slaughter High"(1986) . So put those earbuds, headphones etc. in and let us entertain you!

#aprilfoolsday   #slaughterhigh 
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Recorded Tuesday February 23rd,2016

Hello Kiddies!!! Welcome to our 12th episode called That Horror Comedy Episode! In this month's monumental, exciting and funny episode, your hosts Tim Kazda and Chris Koenig tackle two horror comedies that are sure to tickle your funny bone and maybe make you pee a little: "Tucker and Dale vs. Evil" (2010) and "The Final Girls"
(2015).

But before that Tim and Chris head into their "What We Watched" segment. Chris reviews " Airplane" (1980) and Tim reviews "Young Frankenstein" (1974) So strap in and hold on!!! It's going to be a wild and funny ride!

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Recorded Tuesday January 26th, 2016


Welcome back to season two of  That Horror Show Podcast! We hope that you enjoyed your Christmas and holiday break. In this episode, Tim and Chris cover many topics starting with the recent passing of horror and entertainment icons from 2015 and so far in 2016.


They follow by discussing what they have been viewing over their extended break, like "The Walking Dead", "Fear The Walking Dead", "Better Call Saul", "Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens", "Daddies Home", "Sisters", "St. Vincent" and more.


Then they head into their "What We Watched" segment by flipping on the old boob tube. Chris gives his thoughts and feelings on "Horrible Bosses 2" (2014) while Tim reviews a film based on a true story called "Unbroken" (2014).


Finally, Tim and Chris bring you their "hearts" on a silver platter for the main course.  They discuss the original film "My Bloody Valentine" (1981) and, because the guys love to give, they also cover a second film, "My Blood Valentine 3-D" (2009).


So enjoy and welcome to season 2!


#mybloodyvalentine1981 #mybloodvalentine2009 #jensenackles #thsp #hearts #candy #love
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 Recorded Tuesday December 15th, 2015

   

“Merry Christmas ya filthy animals!” And welcome to our last episode of the season and year. Since this is the very first Christmas episodefor That Horror Show Podcast ,or (THSP), the guys first discuss the top ten worst Christmas movies of all time. They then discuss their own personal top ten best Christmas or Christmas themed movies, finally they discuss the top ten best Christmas Horror films. 

 

Tim and Chris then flip on the old boob tube and head intotheir “What We Watched” segment. Chris reviews “Best Worst Movie” (2009), while Tim revisits one of his favorite Christmas holiday themed movies “Lethal Weapon“(1987).

 

The episode concludes with the review of two very unique Christmas horror films: “Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale” (2010) and “Krampus” (2015). Just a fair warning, spoilers for both films are given, so if you are plaining on seeing these two films and do not want anything possibly ruined then please check out “Rare Exports” and “Krampus”first, then give us a listen. We would hate to ruin your fun!

 

In closing, Tim and Chris would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and very Happy New year. Thank you for listening and  for your support.  We will be back in February 2016 for our second season.  

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Recorded Sunday November 22nd, 2015

 

The Thanksgiving holiday is all about family, be it relatedby blood or friendship. Tonight is a special night for our Horror family as Timand Chris welcome back Dave Rodriguez, a former member of their tribe from their previous podcasting days. The guys then talk about the soon to be underground cult classic film ThanksKilling (2009) Hahahaa. So, please enjoy That Horror ShowPodcast’s first ever special!

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