“Hi, I’m Chucky, and I’m your friend ’till the end! Hidey-ho, ha-ha-ha!”

Holster your video game controllers and pick up your LEGO because this year’s hottest toy is the Good Guy™ doll from Play Pals! And with friends like these, who needs enemies?

For a limited time only, listeners get two-for-the-price-of-one: the original Child’s Play (1988), modeled after lifestyle influencer Charles Lee Ray, and the brand new A.I. from Child’s Play (2019)!!

John ‘The Jigsaw Killer’ Kramer has done the unthinkable: somehow made the Saw movies the most popular horror franchise of the mid-00s. Swapping a coherent plot for buckets of blood and gore, the Saw series leans on its shock value to distract from its overly convoluted and under-written continuity. “Want to play a game?” No. Now take your pig mask and get out of here.

For the sixth and final installment in our streak of Disney packaged films, Walt paired up everyone’s favourite headless horseman with everyone’s favourite anthropomorphic toad and called it a day. Limp across the finish line with the Dummies as we dissect The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad.

The mantle for best werewolf story is a hotly debated subject: Is it An American Werewolf in London? What about The Wolfman? Goosebumps’ Werewolf Skin? Well screw all that because this episode is about The Howling series! 1988’s psycho-sexual horror mystery The Howling and 2011’s The Howling: Reborn, a bargain bin Twilight with a shoestring budget. Grab a Coors Light and give it a listen!

Week 2 of PodCavern’s Spookening begins!

Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Asa Butterfield, Michael Sheen, and Margot Robbie all in a Comedy/Horror/Hogwarts like setting fighting a horde of evil creatures? How could this movie not be good?! (Spoilers: it’s not) So join us this week as we have Pumpkin Scarecrow Gisela Peters stop by the PodCavern to discuss 2018’s Slaughterhouse Rulez!

Come on down to Camp Crystal Lake where we haven’t had a single camper die for weeks!

For a fun throwback we’ll be checking out some old reels from the 1980/2009 seasons! Watch as the counselors enjoy various camp amenities such as track and field, archery and ax throwing. (Pay attention, because there just might be a cameo from every camper’s favorite former cook: Mrs. Voorhees!) If movies aren’t your thing, you can always go for a nature run with former camper/current groundskeeper Jason!

What could be worse than a giant shark stalking the residents of Amity Island? How about a much bigger, cheaper, magic shark following you to the Bahamas!
Find out how the JAWS series went from one of the greatest movies of all time to a Bohemian Christmas with Michael Caine a vindictive Great White.

Nicolas Cage telling the future by looking at numbers. What more do you need in a movie!?

On this week’s episode of Talkin’ Tuong, join Tuong and Nicolas Cage’s #1 Fan Katy Warren as they uncover an absurd plot filled with aliens, time capsules, and absolute nonsense in 2009’s Knowing (streaming on Prime Video).

Time to nut up or shut up because we got a Spooktastic 👻 October edition of Talkin’ Tuong for you w/ special guest Jesse Anderson!

Listen as we put on some clown make up and chat about Joker🤡, escape from our meth-filled past as we gush about El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie🚗, and blow out the brains of the undead while talking about Zombieland: Double Tap.🧟‍♂️

BRAAAAAIINNSS!
Zombies aka The Living Dead aka Biters aka Creepers aka (a thousand other ghoulish names) has permeated mainstream culture in a big way for decades, especially when George A. Romero launched his vision of what we perceive as the “modern zombie” today. Whether it’s your slow shuffling zombie to your horrifyingly fast flesh eating zombie, there has been a number of different haunted takes throughout all types of fiction and mediums. On this year’s Spookifying Halloween special of Ranked, join Tuong La and Undead Creepers Angus MacDonald. Samantha Leggatt, and Taylor Fleming as they celebrate these pop-culture monsters, eat the brains of the living, and come up with the Top 5 Things Featuring Zombies.