A twice-monthly look at the weird and wonderful world of horror movies as seen through the host's very gay eyes. Killer reviews, off-beat comedy and unforgettable guests. In 2016, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY chose as one of the Top 9 LGBT Podcasts while RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE put the show on their Top 25 Horror Podcasts list.
Episode 12: This week, it’s time to pop that lipstick out of your boob and listen to my coverage of a screening of the new NIGHT OF THE DEMONS remake. And then, the British thriller EXAM sees how it fares in The Crapshoot. Plus,
Episode 11: In this episode, I take one for the team and come up with a dozen reasons why you shouldn’t bother seeing the new Wes Craven misfire, MY SOUL TO TAKE. And then I introduce a new segment to the show and revisit a movie that scared the living …
Episode 10: In this episode, 3 Movies = 3 Reviews. I catch the senior matinee of HATCHET 2. Is it more fun than a sharp farm implement in the genitals? Then, can the Crapshoot gun down some big pussy in BURNING BRIGHT. And finally,
Episode 9: This week, be the first kids on the block to find out all about Ryan Reynold's hole when I serve up the dish on BURIED. Then, it's time for another Crapshoot, and 2001 MANIACS: FIELD OF SCREAMS find themselves caught in the crossfire.
Episode 8: This week, I’m giving the FANGORIA FRIGHTFEST a chance to redeem itself after last week’s DARK HOUSE debacle, so listen in horror as I go whole-hog into the porcine trainwreck, PIG HUNT. Then, it’s time to rick ’em, rack ’em, reck ’em,
Episode 7: “This is where the weird kids live…” If you’ve been hankerin for some of that famous “Angry Redhead” action, you’re gonna get a big honkin’ earful of it this week! Patrick is less than pleased with the Fangoria Frightfest winning selection,...
Episode 6: This week, an innocent question about “Scream Queens” on VH-1 ignites a frenzied rant ‘n’ rave. But when the dust settles it leads to an impromtpu review of THEY WAIT, starring “Scream Queens” host Jaime King. And then,
Episode 5 In this week’s episode, I let you know if THE LAST EXORCISM is worth a look, or if it’s just the same ol’ head-spinning, soup-yarfing, cross-humping silliness. Then, I’ve saved you an aisle seat in Vincent Price’s 1973 classic THEATER OF BLO...
Episode 4: Bust out your water wings and drop your bikini top because we’re covering PIRANHA 3-D, and this hungry fishies are going to leave you schooled!….Worst pun ever. Next, should you watch THE DISAPPEARED?