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SYNOPSIS: A handful of beautiful college girls take a Spring Break vacation to an isolated house to soak up the rays, booze, and boys, etc. The problem is that they encounter a menacing muscle car on the way up to the house and find themselves fighting for their lives as they are stalked by an unknown assailant. REVIEW: What’s better than Spring Break for young and nubile college vixens? Well, for my money it doesn’t … Continue reading
This week we’re talking about an Italian Hard Rock band who left us with their self titled album then went MIA… Kult of the Skull God. Then we’re talking some Italian Zombie awesomeness in Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror.
Have you ever heard a band for the first time that doesn’t necessarily fit into what you’re used to hearing or liking? Now, has listening to that band actually made you change the way you think about music? Now, to bring it all back, has that band hit you in such a personal way that it reminds you of the reasons that you love the things you love? Well, it’s happened to me… the first … Continue reading
Ah man… The two things we’re talking about today couldn’t fit together better… Quirky Space-Aged punk rock and a bizarre rock and roll slasher. That’s right folks, we’re talking about Hotlips Messiah and their 2009 LP called Mutants Unite. Then we chit chat about a movie that features possibly one of the most interesting slasher killers in Slumber Party Massacre 2.
Welcome everyone to episode 112 of the Corpse Cast! If you’re familiar with our show you have come to know that with each listen, there is a lot of things to be learned… No… I’m not talking about learning about film or music as much as you learn what’s really important in life. For instance this episode we learn who would win in a mud wrestling match between the two biggest Goth-Rock bands from Helsinki. … Continue reading
Ladies and Gentlemen, we are back talking about a classic anthology film starring Boris Karloff in 1963’s Black Sabbath. We’re also tackling some horror pop punk from the 90’s in The Groovie Ghoulies!
Hello Folks! The Corpse Cast is back and we’re talking about a true classic and quite possibly an overlooked classic! You be the judge of which one is which. We’re talking about Tones on Tail and their compilation album from 1998. Then we’re talking about the genesis installment of Amando de Ossorio’s Blind Dead series with Tombs of the Blind Dead.
When I think of when and where music “movements” started, I think of Liverpool in the early 60’s, the Sunset Strip in L.A. in the early 80’s, I even think of Seattle in the early 90’s. There’s something alluring and mysterious about those cities at those times… especially for a guy like me who was around but wasn’t in the thick of it. I just had to rely on what I read in guitar magazines, … Continue reading
You like some straight up Punk/Psychobilly that will put you in a great mood? Well, so are we… that’s why this episode we talk about Graveyard Johnny’s Songs From Better Days. Trust me, you’ll be tapping your foot and rocking out before the album is over… You know that good mood you’re in? Well, don’t get used to it… in fact, get ready for a punch in the gut with a movie that will … Continue reading
Well hello there folks! Glad you could join us for some tongue-in-cheek death metal and some erotic zombie action tonight! This week we’re talkng about Ghoul’s 2011 album named Transmission Zero as well as Cemetery Man from 1996… That Rupert Everett is dreamy…
With any interest or hobby, there are different levels that people allow that interest to permeate his or her life. Well, for me, that interest is Horror, and it’s difficult to describe my relationship with horror without using words like obsessive or fanatical. The problem that I have is that, like many of us, I have “real world” responsibilities that put me in situations where expressing my love for horror would be a bit … Continue reading
We’re back! This week we’re talking about some revved up horror punk in The Demonics and a battle of the chins in Maniac Cop from 1988.
We’re back talking about some Occult, Stoner metal with Bloody Hammers and their self-titled album from 2012. We’re also talking about the Full Moon classic Head of the Family.
How many thrusts are you worth? This is a question that we find the answer to on this episode of The Corpse Cast! Weâ€™re talking some Swedish Melodic Death Metal with Arch Enemy and then we go into classic slasher territory with Happy Birthday To Me from 1981.
We’re back folks and we’re talking some grungy psychobilly and Mexican devilry! This episode we’re talking about Psychobilly Legends The Meteors and their album Hymns for the Hellbound. We’re also talking Here Comes The Devil from 2012.
This week’s episode starts off with a bang as Mike is still reeling from a weird experience that he had right before recording started with a certain 711 cashier… Yeah… it’s THAT weird… but it gets weirder as we talk about a Japanese film from 1969 called Horrors of Malformed Men. As if that’s not enough, we also talk about Christian Death’s debut album from 1982 entitled Only Theatre of Pain.
Have you ever seen â€śthatâ€ť movie? You knowâ€¦ the one that was unlike anything else youâ€™d ever seen and it may or may not have justâ€¦ BLOWN YOUR MIND? Well, thatâ€™s the kind of movie weâ€™re talking about this week in Episode 102 of the Corpse Cast. We start off with epic fantasy-metal stalwarts Avantasia and end talking about an Indonesian Vampire flickâ€¦
We’re back after a video show recording hiatus and we’re ready to take it to your earholes with a vengeance! This episode we’re talking some New Jersean (is that a word?) Horror Punk in Mister Monster with their crooning stylings and we’re talking environmental horror… complete with fish rape in 1980’s Humanoids from the Deep.
Not sure if we could have picked a more tonally disparate set of things to talk about for our big 100th episode. This week, we’re talking about some Death Metal from Moria with A Band of Orc’s 2012 album called Adding Heads to the Pile. We’re also talking about a very subtle and artfully crafted creep-fest called We Are What We Are from 2013.
We’re back this week with another Psychobilly band and foreign horror film… Huh… could have planned that better :). Anyhow, we’re talking about Nekromantix’s 2011 album called What Happens in Hell, Stays in Hell. We’re also talking about a film by the Sleaze Super-Twins, Jesus Franco and Jean Rollin… their erotic opus from 1973, A Virgin Among the Living Dead.
Back after a “Video Show” break, we don’t waste any time getting back into it with Bonsai Kitten and Coffin Joe’s: At Midnight… I’ll Take Your Soul.