2014
05.24

Interview with Ricou Browning

Terror Transmission attends Monster Bash 2012 in Butler, PA – June 22th through 24th. Jason goes into the deep end by interviewing underwater cinematographer and stuntman Ricou Browning, who famously played the Gill-man in Creature From The Black Lagoon.

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2014
05.19

Interview with Kenny Miller

Terror Transmission attends Monster Bash 2012 in Butler, PA – June 22th through 24th. Jason interviews Kenny Miller from I Was A Teenage Werewolf, Attack of the Puppet People, Touch of Evil, and others.

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2014
05.10

Interview with Marilyn Burns

Terror Transmission attends Scare-A-Con 2013 in Verona, NY – September 13th through 15th. Jason interviews Marilyn Burns of the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Eaten Alive, among others.

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2014
05.01

EP108: The Gate

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It’s possible that, by drinking heavily and watching this movie, your handsome hosts might have summoned demons who used to rule the universe to come and take over the world. So spin your metal albums backwards and join Matt and Jason in the fires of their own hideous commentary on 1987’s The Gate. It’s an enjoyable descent into film facts, heavy metal memories, Matt’s VHS capers, the weird kid in the corner, childhood movie crushes, purple camels, rooster hairdos, backmasking, psychedelic ejaculate, undead Harryhausen and other “touching” moments. Just make sure you’ve launched your rockets at the end. That’s the best!

Tibor Takács | The Original (And Awesome) Poster | The (Stupid) DVD Box Art | Dorff Hawks The E-Cigs | Just The Ten of Us | From Hell To The Unknown | Louis “Twelve Twenty” Tripp | Utopiate – XAOS | Christa Denton | Midnight Madness | Heavy Metal Parking Lot | The Awakening – Sacrifice | At War With Satan (Introduction) – Venom | Hells Bells: The Dangers of Rock ‘n’ Roll | Sean Sellers | I Madman | The Bolt Thrower Booklet of Evil (from Realm of Chaos) | Don’t Bury E.T… He’s Not Dead | How Is Prince? He’s Fine | This Is Spinal Tap | Urban Dictionary: Tripping Balls | Randall William Cook | Gate II

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2014
04.01

EP107: Horror of Dracula

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From the diary of Terror Transmission: First of April, 2014. At last, our long journey of drunken debauchery has come to this, the cryptacular commentary on 1958’s Horror of Dracula. Have yourself some wine because you’ll need it as you enter the castle vaults for our “arguably” best movie background, the seductive vampire, stealing gothic home furnishings, Jason’s Doris Day hatred, the limitations of being leading men, Matt’s love of Lisas, Codename: Hummus, vampire wish lists, cross-pollenating mediocrity and other unspeakable evils. It only remains for you now to await the daylight hours. Until then, sleep well, Terror Fiends.

Ozzy and the Holocaust | The Curse of Frankenstein | Hammer Films | Reflex Hammer: NOT Called A “Little Rubber Tomahawk” | Horror of Dracula: The Awesome Poster | (Probably Not A) Griffin | Klausenburg/Cluj-Napoca | AMC: Lee/Cushing Favorites | The Infamous Shot of Christopher Lee | Bernard Robinson | Sisters Are Doin’ It For Themselves – Annie Lennox and Aretha Franklin | Think I’m In Love – Eddie Money | Marmoset: It’s A Monkey | Mondegreen | Rock You Like A Hurricane – Scorpions | Babymetal | DarkFetishNet: Buried Alive | Ming’s End?

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2014
03.01

EP106: Demons

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Seated in the darkened theater, you notice that something doesn’t feel right. There’s an uncomfortable mood in the air amongst the crowd. But, just who are the audience and who are the actors? It is a question best answered, if at all, in our commentary on the 1985 splatterfest known as Demons. Let your handsome hosts snort coke off your cleavage as they sexily discuss film details, hot girls with ugly dogs, oopsie-poopsie, Matt and Jason’s dating tips, skunk-spray birthday cake, drowning ponies, getting lucky in the movie theater, metal in Italian horror, concert destruction tales, cathartic violence, choosing your Argento sister and other instruments of evil. So, don’t bother trying to stop the movie. Because we’ll see you all in Hell.

Lamberto Bava | Dardano Sacchetti | Dario Argento | Claudio Simonetti | Crimson Glory | Michele Soavi | Really Rich Italian Satanists – Dirty Sanchez | Metropol Theatre | Nicoletta Elmi in A Bay of Blood | Save Our Souls – Mötley Crüe | Tony The Pimp on YouTube | Sergio Stivaletti | Night Danger – Pretty Maids | Shut Up and Give Me the Mic by Dee Snider | White Wedding – Billy Idol | Submarine Races | Satanic Mass – Coven | I Love It Loud – KISS | Walking On The Edge – Rick Springfield | Fast As A Shark – Accept | Ein Heller und ein Batzen: You Know, For The Kids | Goblin | Everybody Up – Saxon | Demons 2

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2014
02.06

EP105: Tales from the Crypt (1972)

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Hello, kiddies! Tune in for a terror-ific turn of deceit, revenge and murder as your handsome hosts bring you some creep-tastic commentary on 1972’s Tales from the Crypt. Get ready for five foul fables in the form of movie background, media censorship, the bouncy and bitchy beauty of Joan Collins, haunting car crashes, seduction through grief, our culture’s fear of child/adult interaction, dark Canadian menace, hookers for the handicapped, how Fred ruined the ascot, whether blindness is funny, and other moldy mentions for you boils and ghouls. Death is coming. But who’s next? Perhaps… you?

Amicus Productions | EC Comics | Werther’s Creepy Candy | Message From Our Sponsors – Jello Biafra with Keith LeBlanc | Oh, Wicked Wanda! | Horror Hotel – Misfits | Freddy Fender: NOT Freddie Francis | Trouble: 40-Pound Variety | Come… to the Asylum | Playboy – December 1983: Joan Collins | Freddy Francis: IS Freddie Francis | Roy Ashton | Automatic Writing | MAD Magazine | Father’s Day Cake | The Monkey’s Paw by W.W. Jacobs | Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors | Try the WINE! | The EC Archives | Billy Dee for Colt 45

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2014
01.01

EP104: Nosferatu (1922)

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You cannot escape destiny by running away. It lies in the shadows, pale and ravenous, beckoning you to darkly embrace this commentary on 1922’s Nosferatu. Stretch out your neck and anticipate the bite of film facts, the Land of Pens, the implications of “Schatten”, those pesky Allied Forces, Jason’s dog tracking adventure, gay Hollywood, the shock of prohibition, Jurgen the computer hoarder, landlubbers and, let us not forget, the SHEKEL MESSIAH! So, feel free to listen in. But, it will cost you sweat and tears, and perhaps… a little blood.

Dracula by Bram Stoker | Drakula halála | Nosferatu and the Occult(ists) | Albin Grau | Biedermeier, Biedermeier, Biedermeier… | Wismar: A Pictorial | Luebeck | Aardvark vs. Anteater | Hans Erdmann | Max Schreck | Shadow of the Vampire | TCM: F.W. Murnau | At Dawn They Sleep – Slayer | Satanas | Nosferatu The Vampyre | Yes, THAT Bettie Page Mug | Leper Messiah – Metallica | Nosferatu with Type O Negative | Starý hrad Castle

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2013
12.01

EP103: Maniac (1980)

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There’s a psychopath roaming the streets of New York City. And no matter how fancy shmancy you think you are with your fancy dresses and lipstick, he’ll get you. Unless, of course, you find that poorly-lit alleyway where Matt and Jason will drive you crazy with their commentary on the 1980 release of Maniac. Strike a few sexy poses while your handsome hosts take you away with film background, red light districts, urban paranoia, the gritty ’70s NYC cinema, ironic hipster nonsense, hot modern mannequins, angry womyn, vintage porn critiques, horror survival tips, the Maniac remake and other means to possess you… forever.

Night Shift | Jack The Knife – The Electric Hellfire Club | FEARnet: William Lustig | Joe Spinell | Terror Transmission Interviews Caroline Munro | David “Son of Sam” Berkowitz | St. James Hotel | Spinell in Rocky | Terror Transmission Interviews Tom Savini | You’re Kinda Hot When You Don’t Move | Feminists Attack Maniac, Story At 11 | His Name Is Dead and He’s… Dead | Maniac Poster by Ken Taylor | Gacy’s Paintings | Google Search: Abigail Clayton | Jay Chattaway on iTunes | “They Live” Fight Scene | Maniac 2 Promo | The Last Horror Film

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2013
11.01

EP102: Prom Night

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You can hear the sound of a van pulling up behind you. The assaultive scent of Naugahyde and Aqua Velva follows as the approaching disco beat arouses your senses. You can’t help yourself. You get into the vehicle as the driver pops in another 8-track tape; this time, commentary on 1980’s Prom Night. Two handsome hunks in the back are staring lewdly at you and drinking heavily as you hear the chatter of film facts, Canadian slasher movie history, smart people who agree with Jason and the stupid people who do not, cruel kids, Matt’s van-tasies, the Lou-nibrow, hot chicks in hot pants, disco vs. rock, the majesty of Slick, advice for teen virgins, why horny kids get killed and other things that are gonna get you. When you awake by the side of the road two hours later, just go home and never, ever tell anyone. No one but you will ever know. Maybe.

Jamie Lee Curtis | Langstaff Jail Farm | Paul Lynch | The Boogens | Sunglasses At Night – Corey Hart | Leslie Nielsen | Disco (Album) Inferno | Dance Fever | You Keep Me Hangin’ On – The Supremes | No, Not THAT Jerry Butler | Prom Night: The Single | Paul Zaza | Don Mills Collegiate Institute: Where Dreams of Death Are Made | Chevy Van – Sammy Johns | That’s The Way (I Like It) – K.C. and the Sunshine Band | Prom Night: The Remake

There’s still time to visit the Graveyard Girls website and pick up their 2014 calendar. But, you know, HURRY!

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