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!

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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.  



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!



Recorded on Tuesday November 17th, 2015


We have a supersized, colossal episode for you this month!


Welcome to our second franchise episode, Episode number 9: That Scream Franchise Episode! In this exciting installment the guys discussall four Scream films.  But before Tim and Chris make the trip out to Woodsboro to take on the Ghost Face Killer, they flip on the old boob tube and head into the family friendly “What We Watched" segment. Chris gives us his review of the Adam Sandler film “Pixels” (2015) and Tim gives us his review of the new “The Peanuts Movie” (2015).



Recorded on Tuesday October 20th, 2015

Happy Halloween kiddies! Those two wild crazy guys have some tricks and treats for you! Tim and Chris discuss two Halloween themed slasher horror movies: Trick orTreats (1982) and Trick ‘r Treat (2007). But first, they talk about the brand new Star Wars trailer which had premiered the night before the recording during the half time show of Monday Night Football. Next, they talk about some new horror television shows that made their way onto the old boob tube.Finally, they head into their “What We Watched" segment where Chris reviews “The Honeymoon Killers” (1969), while Tim gives his take on the film“Annabelle” (2014).  So, please join them as they dive deep into their Halloween candy sacks for this frightfully fun episode! Trick or Treat!!!





Recorded on Tuesday Sept 8th, 2015.

The Boys are back from their summer vacation and ready totalk about two of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic films: Dial M for Murder (1954) and The Birds (1963). But first, Tim and Chris talk about what they did on their summer vacation. Next, they discuss the recent passing of horror icon Wes Craven. Finally, they dive into their “What We Watched” segment. Chris tries to tame some “Wild Horses” (2014) with his review and Tim rethinks joining a college sorority with his review of "Sorority Row" (2009). So get ready for our take on two of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic films.  Enjoy!

·  Tim and Chris would like to make a small correction,during the recording, previewing their upcoming October episode they stated that Trick ‘r Treat was from 2009, in reality it was 2007. The film had a limited theatrical release from 2007 - 2009 at film festivals, before final being released on DVD in 2009.  

Next Month:

In their October, episode entitled: That Halloween non-Halloween Episode: Trick or Treat! Tim and Chris tackle two Halloweenthemed horror flicks: Trick or Treats (1982) and Trick ‘r Treat (2007).  



Hello dear listeners, welcome to our sixth episode That 80’s Slasher Episode where Tim and Chris delve into three films from the decade: The Burning (1981) The Prowler  (1981) and Intruder (1989). But, before that, the guys discuss the new Starz’s Ash vs. Evil Dead television series. They also discuss Paul Feig’s reboot of Ghostbusters and the reboot of the German film Violent Shit.  They then head into their “What We Watched” segment where Chris tries not to get “Left Behind” (2014) with his review while Tim takes you on a “Stakeout” (1987) with his review.  We hope you enjoy a little taste of the 1980’swith this episode.



“Just when you thought it was safe”, That Horror Show Podcast brings a summer episode extravaganza dedicated to the first movie franchise that we've ever covered. “We think you’re going to need a bigger boat”… Well maybe not! We don’t really know your nautical needs. But, what we can tell you is that this episode is chalk full of fun, fish guts, unlucky beach goers, some deep sea divers, and plenty of teeth. So, board the Orca, with hosts Tim and Chris, as we take you on an epic almost 3hr tour. In this episode, we cover the classic summer time flick JAWS, and its sequels 2, 3 and JAWS The Revenge. So, sit back, pop a cold one or two, and let us do thedriving. “This time it’s personal!”   





 Welcome to Episode 4 "That Religious Horror Episode!" In this fun outing, Tim and Chris discuss two religious gothic horror films: the cult classic Larry Cohen’s "God Told Me To" (1976) and Bill Paxton’s directorial debut "Frailty" (2001). Before they dive into these two films, the boys flip on the old boob tube and head into the “What We Watched Segment” where Chris reviews a little known film named "Gone With The Pope" (1975 but released in 2010) and Tim reviews the film "Godzilla" (2014). Enjoy!



What do Star Wars, Daredevil, Paula Cole and Hall and Oats have to do with the latest episode of That Horror Show Podcast??!? Well dear listeners, tune in and find out in our latest episode lovingly called “That Stalker Episode: Pop Stars And Novelists Watch Out Their You’re #1 Fan!” where Tim and Chris discuss Der Fan (1982) and Misery (1990). But, before they get into the main event of the show, both Chris and Tim board their respective trains during the "What We Watched "segment. Chris explores "Snowpierce" (2013) while Tim tries to catch the "3:10 To Yuma" (2007). So get your tickets ready,find your seat, and enjoy our latest ride. All sales are final. And don’t forget, keep your hands inside your cart at all times until it comes to a full and complete stop.  Enjoy!


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