By Eric Gosselin, Michael Price
Kill Streak is a weekly podcast where we pick a horror movie franchise, and then every episode covers an entry in that series. We talk about the making of the movie, behind the scene stories, recap the plot, and then rate it using our patented Kill Streak criteria. Finally, we rank each movie in the series in our canonical order from worst to best.
Brought to you by filmmakers, friendz, and horror dudez Eric Gosselin and Mike Price.
Brought to you by filmmakers, friendz, and horror dudez Eric Gosselin and Mike Price.
114. Predator 2 (1990)
We go from the jungle of Central America to the urban jungle of a near future (now distant past) Los Angeles. Danny Glover, Bill Paxton, Gary Busey, and a returning Kevin Peter Hall star in this dark and grimy romp through the crime ridden streets of the City of Angels (specifically like 3 blocks of Downtown). Watch out King Willie! There's a new bad boy in town and his name is City Hunter! Stay tuned for the final segment where we give our Staff Picks segments on sequels that are "Less of the Same".
May 24, 2022
113. Predator (1987)
You can slather yourself up in mud, but we're coming for you anyways! This week we're chatting about action/horror/sci-fi classic PREDATOR! Is it a horror movie? Yeah, kind of. Does it totally rule? ABSOLUTELY. Stay tuned to the final segment where we pit Arnold against horror movie villains. COME ON! I'M RIGHT HERE! DO IT!
May 17, 2022
BONUS MINI-SODE! Horror Movies That Deserve Sequels!
What's this? Your dreams have come true! An Eric-only mini episode where he asks "What horror movie deserves a sequel?" Reach out on Twitter/Instagram/email/voicemail and let us know if he missed anything!
May 10, 2022
112. Fright Night 2: The New Blood (2013)
I bet you thought we'd get through a franchise without a Romanian-made (and in this case, set) sequel. Well, you were wrong. This week we're talking Fright Night 2: The New Blood starring Jamie Murray as Gerri Dandridge and...others. Stay tuned to the final segment where we hand out our series superlatives and rank the franchise! Note: There will be no episode next week. Mike is on his honeymoon!
May 03, 2022
111. Fright Night (2011)
Craig Gillespie directs this remake starring Colin Farrell and Anton Yelchin, written by Buffy alum Marti Noxon. It's very 2011! Is that a bad thing or a good thing? Listen and find out! Also, the boys go a little "nuts" and make a return to a beloved segment.
April 26, 2022
110. Fright Night Part 2 (1988)
Charley Brewster and Peter Vincent are back and beset upon by even more sexy vampires! There's like 4x the number of sexy vampires in this one! Halloween III: The Season of the Witch director Tommy Lee Wallace helms this college-set sequel. Like H3, it was a massive flop, but is it a low-key masterpiece like that one? Listen and find out!
April 19, 2022
109. Fright Night (1985)
You think your neighbors are bad, imagine living next to a frickin' bloodsucker!!!! This week we discuss Tom Holland's very very 80s vampire movie staring Chris Sarandon and Roddy McDowell. The soundtrack is straight fire...but what do we think about the actual movie? Listen and find out! Also Eric pulls out some bullshit at the end for a final segment called RHYME TIME! It's good! Okay I've been up since 4:30 am yesterday so I'm going to bed!
April 13, 2022
Yet Another Brief Announcement
Don't worry the show isn't cancelled!
April 12, 2022
108. Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) and X (2022)
We discuss 2 brand new movies that wouldn't exist if it weren't for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974). One is a direct sequel, one riffs on its set up and style. Are both worth watching? Listen in and find out! Also we reveal the winner of our March Mini Murderer Madness, adjust our Canonical Rankings of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre series, and reveal our next franchise.
April 05, 2022
107a. EMERGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!!!!!!
Breaking news. A mystery has been solved.
March 29, 2022
107. Leprechaun Returns (2018) and Leprechaun rankings and wrap-up!
We finally rid ourselves of this foul pest! Plus, we give our series superlatives and rank all entries! We also talk about the next movies we are watching and podcasting about. Fun stuff!
March 29, 2022
106. Leprechaun: Origins (2014)
We travel to the Ireland (Vancouver) and get trapped in an Evil Dead cabin assailed by a mini-Pumpkinhead (leprechaun)! Listen until the end to hear an update on our March Mini Murderer Madness Final Gore (four)! Don't forget to cast your vote. https://t.co/UlwKTTD4ID
March 22, 2022
105. Leprechaun in the Hood (2000) and Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood (2003)
We regret to inform you that the Leprechaun is now in the hood. You've been warned. Stay til the end to find out the results of our March Mini Murderer Madness and cast your votes on the Hateful Eight! https://t.co/UlwKTTD4ID
March 15, 2022
104. Leprechaun 4: In Space (1996)
Welp...the Leprechaun is in space now! Stay tuned to the final segment where Mike unveils the brackets of MARCH MINI MURDERER MADNESS! Be sure to cast your votes. https://forms.gle/eNwB8NJCk74ZmbPGA
March 08, 2022
103. Leprechaun 3 (1995)
Sigh. The Leprechaun is in Vegas.
March 01, 2022
102. Leprechaun 2 (1994)
HE'S BACK! The Leprechaun returns and this time he doesn't just want his gold, he wants his bride! We had a blast breaking those one down, and hopefully you will have a blast listening to it. Stay tuned to the end where Mike gets his revenge on Eric with a very randy new segment!
February 22, 2022
101. Leprechaun (1993)
Get your four-leaf clovers ready because we are ringing in season 3 with the Leprechaun! He's small, he's wisecracking, he's obsessed with shoes, and he's coming for his gold! Can you believe this movie wasn't straight to video? They really don't make them like this anymore. Stay tuned to our final segment where Eric challenges Mike with a brand new segment THE LUCK OF THE IRISH! You're not going to want to miss it.
February 15, 2022
100. ONE HUNDRED EPISODE EXTRAVAGANZA!
Join us as we celebrate our 100th (basically) episode! We give our personal Best/Worst/Most Suprising movies, play Scored to Death and give each other Colon Exams! We love you all. Apologizes for weird audio during the Scored to Death segment! It is what it is!
February 01, 2022
99a. Scream Rankings and Wrap-up
IT'S NOT EPISODE 100. Cool your jets. That's coming next week. This is 99a! We award our series superlatives and give our rankings of the Scream films. Enjoy.
January 27, 2022
99. Scream (2022)
The new Scream film is fresh in theaters and we are fired up to talk about it! Grab your welding goggles to shield your eyes from all of the hot takes shooting all over the place. This movie sparked a ton of conversation. Listen, won’t you?
January 25, 2022
98. Scream 4 (2011)
Remember how part 3 was the end of the Scream trilogy? Well, they lied. 11 years later this ultra-meta sequel burst onto a horror scene that was rife remakes and reboots. Sidney is back in Woodsboro and can you believe it…PEOPLE START GETTING KILLED BY GHOSTFACE! This week we are joined by host of The Vam-Petey Diaries himself Peter Harmon!
January 18, 2022
97. Scream 3 (2000)
What happens when you mix your meta-slasher film with a satire of Hollywood? You get Scream 3! Sidney and her pals are back and are once again being terrorized by a real whacko in a Ghostface costume and the most impressive voice changer you've ever heard in you entire life. We're talking deep-fake level. In the 3rd segment we discuss a very special music video for a song on the soundtrack! What if you listened?
January 11, 2022
96. Scream 2 (1997)
Hot off the heels of the blockbuster smash, this sequel slashed it's way into theaters the following year. The surviving cast is back plus we have a who's who of mid-late 90s actors. It's bigger, it's bloodier, but is it better? Listen and find out! Plus we have Scream 2 lover Matt Wayt on in the final segment to discuss his thoughts.
January 04, 2022
95. Scream (1996)
What do you say about a movie that single-handedly brought the slasher film back into vogue and defined an entire decade of horror films? A lot! As you can imagine, we here at Kill Streak have a lot of thoughts to say about this post-modern slashterpiece. What's your favorite scary movie podcast? Kill Streak, I hope! *Audio note: Mike is recording on his phone because he's in a hotel room in Wisconsin! It doesn't sound that bad.
December 28, 2021
94. Black Christmas (2019)
Christmastime is finally here! We round out our series watch of Black Christmas with BLACK CHRISTMAS (2019). This movie is tackling some real heavy issues!! Rape culture, toxic masculinity, patriarchy. Did it work for us? Listen and find out! Also, stay tuned to the end where we announce our superlatives and rank all 3 movies AND announce our next series.
December 20, 2021
93. Black Christmas (2006)
I would never lie to you, Dear Listeners...this episode is a little bit of a shit show, but we def pull it off in the end! It's appropriate because BLACK CHRISTMAS (2006) is also a bit of a shit show, but does it pull it off in the end? Listen and find out! Stay tuned to the end where we go head to head on horror movie remake trivia!
December 13, 2021
92. Black Christmas (1974)
We’re hungover and ringing in the holidays with Black Christmas! Is this proto-slasher a shiny bike under the Christmas tree, or is it a lump of coal in your Christmas stocking? Listen and find out!
December 07, 2021
91. Exorcist III (1990)
How do you follow up a total bonkers failure of a sequel? You go slightly less bonkers! William Peter Blatty returns, and this time he's writing and directing. There's a serial killer on the lose and Detective Kinderman (this time played by George C. Scott) is on the case! Frankly, exorcism is kind of an afterthought in this one...but that doesn't mean it's not worth checking out. Stay tuned to the end where we hand out superlatives and give our canonical rankings of the 3 OG Exorcist movies...and you're going to be shocked when you hear them! Did this all make sense? It's very late.
November 29, 2021
90. Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977)
Hooooooo boy! This movie is a real doozy. Famously panned by critics, it's considered one of the biggest flops in horror movie history. Is it worthy of the rabid criticism it's received? Listen to what we think! Stay tuned for the final segment, where we dust off one of our favorite games: THE COLON EXAM! Fire up the sychronizer and vibe with us, wont you?
November 22, 2021
89. The Exorcist (1973)
My mother does WHAT, WHERE?!? This week we're covering the scariest movie your parents have ever seen (especially if they were raised Catholic). The great William Friedkin directs (maybe with some questionable methods) a stellar cast in this bonafide classic horror movie. So, does this movie hold up to modern standards? Listen and find out! Plus, we discuss horror movies based on books that eclipsed their source material.
November 15, 2021
88. Alligator II: The Mutation (1991)
Join us as we revisit the maybe direct to video cheap-o sequel ALLIGATOR II: THE MUTATION! This one basically recycles the plot of the first movie but instead of Robert Forester you got Joseph Bologna and instead of a cool looking alligator you got...whatever the hell is in this one. It's PG-13! After our discussion we rank the two Alligator films, and the results may shock you. Finally, in our 3rd segment we discuss the Random Creature Features movie THE LIFT (1983), and announce our next series...it's a scary one!
November 08, 2021
87. Alligator (1980)
What happens when you flush a little baby alligator down the toilet and give it a bunch of mutagen-laced carcasses? YOU GET A GIANT, KILLER ALLIGATOR, BABY! You got Robert Forster and Robin Riker looking like a million bucks. You got a stacked cast of character actors looking like normal people in a way that would never fly these days. A practical effects killer gator! Is this another run of the mill Jaws rip-off, or a hidden gem? Listen and find out. Stay tuned to the end where we discuss killer pet movies in a brand new segment called They Make Great Pets!
November 02, 2021
86. Halloween Rankings and Wrap-up
Our long journey through the Halloween series comes to an end as we hand out our superlatives and announce our canonical rankings of all 12 Halloween films. We're going to miss the friends we made along the way: Laurie Strode, Jamie Lloyd, Dr. Loomis, Tom Atkin's powerful ass...ahh the memories. We also invite our social media manager and horror fanatic Scott Jennings on to talk through his series rankings! Join us for one final scare.
October 28, 2021
85. Halloween Kills (2021)
I got bad news for evil, cuz it dies tonight! We're coming in hot with our takes on Halloween Kills, the second in the David Gorden Green Halloween Trilogy! This one starts right where the last one left off. Michael and Laurie return (well, Laurie sort of returns...) and they're joined by an ever expanding cast of angry Haddonfield residents who are champing at the bit to tear Michael a new one! In the final segment we talk about some of our favorite movies to throw on at Halloween time!
October 25, 2021
84. Halloween (2018)
We’re one movie away from finishing the series (for now)! Move over Rob Zombie, step right up David Gordon Green. DGG and Danny McBride may seem like two unlikely candidates to take the reigns on one of the most celebrated horror franchises of all time, but do they deliver the goods? Listen and find out! Plus, we work in the lab late one night and put together an all killer no filler Halloween Party playlist!
October 18, 2021
83. Halloween (2007) and Halloween 2 (2009)
Rob Zombie brings his carny-from-hell aesthetic to the Halloween series with his reboot and it’s sequel. Michael Myers gets a full back story! There are white horses! There’s a ton of Sheri Moon Zombie! Our opinions on these two grimy, sadistic pieces of work made by America’s premiere Wife Guy will shock you.
October 11, 2021
82. Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998) and Halloween: Resurrection (2002)
Jamie Lee Curtis returns for two final nails in the Laurie Strode timeline. This week we’re talking about HALLOWEEN H20: 20 YEARS LATER (1998) and HALLOWEEN: RESURRECTION (2002). Both movies feature rappers turned actors. Both feel OF A TIME. Both feature HORRIBLE HAIRCUTS! One is pretty abysmal! Stay tuned through the final segment where we talk about the Random Creature Feature movie THE LEGEND OF HILLBILLY JOHN (1972) and pick next months random movie! LET THE DANGERTAINMENT BEGIN!
October 04, 2021
81. Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995)
The Cult of Thorn trilogy concludes with this absolute confusing mess of a movie...but what's this?...does it somehow rise above it's nonsensical script? Listen and find out! We talk the Theatrical Cut and The Producers cut. Is one superior? Also, listen and find out. Really, if you just listen, you will find out a lot of things. Your life will be better. Also also: Horror Movie Trival Pursuit! I'm really running out of steam writing this...
September 27, 2021
80. Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988) and Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989)
The Thorn Trilogy has begun! Halloween 3 flopped, and Michael Myers is back to wreak havoc on his extended family. In this jam packed episode we break down not 1 but 2 movies! They came out a year apart, they share much of the same cast, but boy oh boy are they different from one another. Also, maybe the worst masks of the series? You're not going to want to miss this action-packed thrill ride!
September 20, 2021
79. Halloween III: Season of the Witch
Happy happy Halloween, Halloween, Halloween! Grab your Silver Shamrock masks and gather around your favorite podcast app for the BIG GIVEAWAY! That's right, we're talking about the true odd-ball of the Halloween franchise. It's a wild one. Stay tuned to the final segment where we talk FALSE ADVERTISEMENTS in movie titles.
September 14, 2021
78. Halloween II (1981)
How do you kill what's not alive? Although it came out 3 years later, this sequel takes place mere moments after the end of the original. Donald Pleasence and Jamie Lee Curtis reprise their iconic roles of Dr. Loomis and Laurie Strode, and this time it's a family affair. Is it dead on arrival, or alive with innovation? Listen and find out! Plus, in the final segment, we review our Random Creature Features movie The Understudy: Graveyard Shift 2. It's Halloween! Everyone is entitled to one more good scare.
September 06, 2021
77. Halloween (1978)
Bonfires burning bright! Pumpkin faces in the night! I remember HALLOWEEN! That's right, the boys are talking about the mother of all slashers. Michael Myers is slowly stalking the beleaguered baby sitters of Haddonfield, IL (South Pasadena, CA). This movie is considered a classic...but does it hold up? Listen and find out! Stay tuned to the end for a Mount Rushgore of horror movie soundtracks that's a treat for the ears. It's Halloween, everyone's entitled to one good scare.
August 30, 2021
76. Child's Play Rankings and Wrap-up
The time has come to pull our Chuckys out and rank them. You will be shocked when you hear our personal lists, and soothed when we work through our differences and assemble our canonical Kill Streak rankings. Stay tuned to the end to hear the announcement of our next series. It's a big one!
August 26, 2021
75. Cult of Chucky (2017)
We always said Chucky should go to therapy, but not like this! The final (for now) installment in the Child's Play franchise finds Nica in a mental institution pursued by not one, not two, but THREE CHUCKYS! You gotta be kidding me! That's two too many, if you ask me. Stay tuned to the final segment where Price gives his thoughts on the 2019 Child's Play remake.
August 23, 2021
74. Curse of Chucky (2013)
It's back to basics(-ish) in the 6th installment in the Child's Play franchise. A new unlucky family is subjected to Chucky's evil whims...but dark familial secrets lurk beneath the surface. Plus there's a very strange cam-girl show! Then, in the final segment, the boys go head to head in a thrilling game of Horror Movie Trivial Pursuits mere moments after Mike's pre-show edible kicked in!
August 16, 2021
73. Seed of Chucky (2004)
Chucky goes psycho in this Don Mancini-helmed meta-satire of Hollywood (shot in Romania). Brad Dourif and Jennifer Tilly are back as Chucky and Tiffany (and Jennifer Tilly), and this time they're joined by their non-binary child Glen/Glenda! This movie sees the Chucky franchise fully embracing camp and comedy, but for better or worse? Listen and find out. This movie also answers the age old question "What does Chucky's semen look like?". Stay tuned til the end for a parenting themed STAFF PICKS!
August 09, 2021
72. Bride of Chucky (1998)
WE ARE BACK AND BETTER THAN EVER! You know who else is back? Charles Lee Ray aka Chucky...and he has company. The boys break down Ronnie Yu's BRIDE OF CHUCKY in which the franchise is taken in bold new directions. New Directions. hah. Say that out loud. Listen to the end to hear Mike and Eric's thoughts on THE OTHER (1972), the randomly selected movie from John Stanley's CREATURE FEATURES and find out the next random flick they're doing next. CUE THE ROB ZOMBIE MUSIC!
August 02, 2021
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July 05, 2021
71. Child's Play 3 (1991)
This week, it's the red-headed step-doll of the Chucky franchise! Will this much-maligned military themed entry pleasantly surprise us? Or will we find ourselves wishing that the Chuckster had just stayed dead? Listen to find out! Then after the recap, another rousing round of Horror Movie Trivial Pursuit, which includes a special request for our listeners...
June 28, 2021
70. Child's Play 2 (1990)
The solstice is upon us, and it brings with it the return of long days and hot nights, baseball, mosquitos, and of course, Charles "Chucky" Lee Ray and his murderous hijinks! This second entry introduces even more of the light-hearted tone that will come to define this series, and it's regarded by many as the high water mark of the franchise. Do we here at Kill Streak HQ agree? You'll have to listen to find out! Then after the recap, listen as we FINALLY get around to discussing this month's "Creature Feature," The Murder Clinic.
June 21, 2021
69. Child's Play (1988)
The day is here folks! The 69th Episode Spectacular, celebrating a full year of Kill Streak, the podcast, and countless more years of compromises made in the name of physical intimacy. We were gonna bake a cake and throw a big party with streamers, but we forgot :( However, we did remember to watch and recap "Child's Play," the beginning of a huge series! We had a lot of fun talking about Chucky the killer doll and we think you will too. Then after the movie, we debut a BRAND NEW segment called "Hellevator Pitch" where we come up with some hot new ideas for movies about evil toys.
June 14, 2021
From Beyond Live Commentary w/ Whitney Moore!
Join us for a very special live commentary, where we sit down with the WONDROUS Whitney Moore (host of the fun and fascinating podcast DELIVER US FROM DISNEY) and dive deep into the body horror of "From Beyond." Watch along with us at home as we ewww and aaahhh our way through this spiritual sequel to "Re-Animator." Check out DELIVER US FROM DISNEY at: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deliver-us-from-disney/id1489756165
June 11, 2021
68. Beyond Re-Animator (2003)
We close out the Re-Animator series with the largely overlooked direct-to-video/cable stepchild, "Beyond Re-Animator." If nothing else, it's a solid title! Listen in to find out if there's anything else to recommend this one, as well as to help us try to parse who is masking what accent, and to learn all the secrets of "Ratty!" Then after the recap, we deliver our SHOCKING canonical rankings and some very fun and gory superlatives for the whole franchise. And finally, stick around to find out our next series AS WELL as the movie and guest for our very special live commentary episode coming this Thursday!!!
June 07, 2021
67. Bride of Re-Animator (1990)
This week on the pod, it's the Brian Yuzna directed, Mary Shelley inspired sequel "Bride of Re-Animator." It's got more gore, more chintzy synthesizers, and Alotta Fagina! But does it justify its existence as a sequel to one of the all time horror greats? Listen to find out. Then in the end segment, Mike and Eric introduce an exciting new feature where they get in touch with their inner high school horror geeks!
June 01, 2021
66. Re-Animator (1985)
Paging Dr. Herbert West. The bangers keep coming! The guys breakdown one of their all-time favs, the 1985 gore-soaked black comedy RE-ANIMATOR! If you've never seen this one, or haven't seen it in a while, you owe yourself a watch. Admire the disgusting gore! Fall in love with Barbara Crampton! Bop along to the Psycho rip-off theme song! This movie has it all! Exclamation point! Stay tuned to the end, where Mike and Eric go head to head in Horror Movie Trivial Pursuit!
May 24, 2021
65. Phantasm Wrap-Up and Rankings
That's right BOOOOYS and girls and everyone else, we've come to the end of our series on Phantasm! We give out our awards to BEST SPHERE VARIANT, BEST ENDING, and BEST CAR FLIP/CRASH/EXPLOSION! Then we rank the whole series from worst to best. Stay tuned to the end to hear the next series we'll be covering!
May 17, 2021
64. Phantasm: Ravager (2016)
This week on the pod, it's the final installment of the Phantasm franchise and BOYYYYYY is it a hot mess! This labor of love with an odd origin story marks the final screen appearance of the late, great Angus Scrimm. Give us a listen as we try to make any kind of sense of the unhinged plot, and then stay tuned for the much anticipated return of COLON EXAM after the movie.
May 10, 2021
63. Phantasm IV: Oblivion (1998)
This week on the pod, it's the penultimate Phantasm film, coming a cool 19 years after the release of the original! It's a big jump into the future, but this film also spends a lot of its time dwelling on the past. Does it make for a perfect blend of old and new, or tonal mishmash of '79 and '98? Listen to find out! And then stick around after as Eric's basement gets crowded in the special-est of special final segments!!!
May 03, 2021
62. Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994)
Things get a little goofy on this episode (recorded on 4/20, maaaannn!) and in this film, as the Phantasm series takes a turn for the tongue-in-cheek. So how does this entry stack up against its brethren? You'll have to listen to find out. Then after the flick, we unleash upon the world a particularly profound edition of "Mt. Rushgore!!!"
April 26, 2021
61. Phantasm II (1988)
What do you think happens to you when YOU die? Hopefully, you come to us so we can joke around and watch horror movies together. But more likely, you'll end up in the clutches of the Tall Man! This week, we dive into the long-awaited sequel to Phantasm, with all the Gravers, Lurkers, gold sentinels, and forehead foreplay scenes you can handle! We've got some great behind the scenes stories and plenty of hot and spicy takes to interfere with your GI system. Then, after the movie, we get REAL goofy with our newest segment, "Recastaway!" This one is car themed for all the gearheads out there. I know that sounds confusing and it is. But you should REALLY listen to it if you're in the mood for a laugh.
April 19, 2021
60. Phantasm (1979)
The BOOOOOOOYS get loose with this twisty-turny horror/sci-fi classic! Don Coscarelli's first foray into horror movies is a lot of things, but straightforward it ain't. It looks great, it sounds great, it oozes charm and creativity, and it's weird AF. What's not to love? After much confusion and a false start, Mike takes on recap duties. It's thorough. Mike is a very thorough man.
April 13, 2021
59. Alien Wrap-Up and Rankings
AND WE'VE COOOOME, TO THE END...OF...THE ROOOAD. That's Boyz II Men. Look it up zoomers. ANYWAYS, we've come to the end of the road on the Alien franchise and it's time to hand out some statues!! On this ep, we give out some coveted awards like: Best/Worst Lead and Supporting Actor; Worst Vacation Destination; Best Xenomorph Variant; and the Peter North Award for Android Gore!! Those and many more, plus the moment you've all been waiting for: our canonical rankings of the Alien series! Then stay tuned for the announcement of the next series we'll be covering.
April 08, 2021
58. Alien: Covenant (2017)
This week we cover the final (for now?!?!?!) entry in the Alien franchise, the "Alien" prequel/"Prometheus" sequel "Alien: Covenant." For all you android horndogs out there, you get double your Fassbender in this one. Plus some answers to the big questions about vases full of black goo but not so many answers about the big questions of life. Then after the flick, meet our newest end segment baby, "The Rip Off Tip Off" which definitely goes off without a hitch! Seriously though, give it a listen, it's a special kind of mess.
April 05, 2021
57. Prometheus (2012)
Ok, let's get something clear right out of the gate: we know Noomi Rapace rhymes with "gloomy the boss" AND that it's Logan MARSHALL-Green, not Logan MICHAEL-Green. OK?! Don't @ us. Alright, glad we got that out of the way. This week on the pod, it's "Prometheus," which prompts some of life's big existential questions, like why in the hell would a biologist take his helmet off after 20 minutes on the surface of a foreign planet and then try to pet an alien penis snake that's clearly displaying a defensive posture? Also, we shook things up this week, Eric handles the production deep-dive and Price is doing the recap (which it turns out can get long pretty easily when you don't know what you're doing). Then in the end segment, we have a little speech-jamming fun with some great horror monologues. Give it a listen and don't forget to always RUN PERPENDICULAR TO THE GIANT THING BARRELING TOWARDS YOU!
March 29, 2021
56. Alien Resurrection (1997)
"France, we come from France!" Just like SNL's beloved "Coneheads," this week's feature serves up its extraterrestrials on a crunchy baguette with a side of creamy Brie cheese as acclaimed French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet takes the reins of the Alien franchise. We dive in with somewhat differing opinions on what works and what doesn't in this AGGRESSIVELY late 90's film written by famous Hollywood persona non grata Joss Whedon. One thing we can all agree on: someone has some mommy stuff going on! Then after the recap we welcome back the voice of Kill Streak, one Ryan Martin, for a rollercoaster of an Alien quiz.
March 22, 2021
55. Alien 3 (1992)
Tune in this week to hear our hot takes on one of the most infamous director vs. studio shitshows in all of horrordom, "Alien 3." Is this the worst Alien movie? Probably not! Is this the worst Fincher movie? The answer to that probably depends on your stomach for Brad Pitt as an old man baby hijinks! Is this a weird, fucked up, interesting to think and talk about movie? Definitely! After our breakdown, stick around to hear about the brand new "Kill Streak Hall of Shame," and how you can help decide who gets inducted!
March 16, 2021
54. Aliens (1986)
"This time, it's plural." With this unforgettable catchphrase, James Cameron and his collaborators gave birth to the archetypal action blockbuster, and paved the way forward for the highest grossing horror franchise of all time. Does "Aliens" still hold up 35 years later? Yes, duh, of course it does. Listen along with us and we take you behind the scenes of the biggest sci-fi/horror/action extravaganza ever made, as well as into the dark recesses of Eric's perverted mind. Then after the movie, we do a quick "Chop Quiz" of the 10 highest grossing horror series, Family Feud-style. EDIT: Apparently the film's catchphrase is actually: "This time, it's war." Everything else still stands though.
March 08, 2021
53. Alien (1979)
"Alien." It's a noun. It's an adjective. It's horror. It's sci-fi. It's a cinematic masterpiece. And it's this week's movie on the ol' Kill Streak pod, baybeeee! This is one of the only seventeen or eighteen places to hear two unapologetic fanboys worship at the altar of Scott, Giger, and O'Bannon. Which could also be a really gnarly law firm, come to think of it. Coincidence? Only one way to find out...YOU GOTTA LISTEN!
March 01, 2021
52. Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994)
Alright, alright, alright. This week, we (Price and Eric aka Mick and Dick Ghoulie aka The Ghoulie Bros.) set our sights on the much derided "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation." Is this movie a steaming pile of head cheese? There’s no way to know without hearing our very special opinions!! Then stay tuned for the final segment where we wrap up the series by doling out our superlatives and ranking all 4 TCM movies. Last but not least, listen to hear the next blockbuster series we’ll be covering!
February 23, 2021
51. Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (1990)
"Look at me, I'm Leatherface!" - Idle Hands, 1999 Twenty four years after the release of the iconic original The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, New Line got their hands on the franchise license and decided to take a crack at turning power tool enthusiast Leatherface into the next Freddy Krueger. Did this gambit pay off with a slice of prime horror mayhem and a critical and box-office revival? Or did it result in naught but a pile of scrap meat, destined for canned army rations and the Purina factory? There are only two ways to find out: listening to the pod, or a cursory Google search. But only one of those options will also allow you to hear Eric's anxieties about his mortician friend seeing his dick after he dies! After the movie discussion, we also do a rousing Top 5 of "Favorite Horror Movie Murder Weapons!!" Give it a listen!
February 15, 2021
50. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986)
This week we cover a sequel 12 years in the making...maybe another 12 years would've done the trick? This one was much-maligned at the time of its release, but recently has started to receive some praise. Does it deserve a reevaluation? Listen in and find out what we think. Then after our frank, hard-hitting discussion, we unveil a brand spanking new segment called "The Meta Critics," wherein we take a look at other sequels that have marked tonal shifts.
February 08, 2021
49. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
It's gritty. It's gruesome. It's one of the all-time greats. This week, we fawn over "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre." We talk about what makes it so great, and why no one should make a movie like this again. Price also misidentifies the film as being "almost 40 years old" multiple times because he still wants to believe it's the aughts and he's in his 20s. Also, some great listener questions and comments, and after the movie, "Staff Picks: Dead by Dawn."
February 02, 2021
48. Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)
Our big January Drac-Off comes to a close this week with famed director Francis Ford Coppola's wild gothic romance of the early 90's. If you're not horny for Gary Oldman yet, you will be by the time you finish this movie. This one is a blast and we had a real fun time talking about it. But that's not all this jam-packed episode has to offer! We decided to plow right ahead and do our Drac-Off rankings and superlatives as well, so look for that after the movie to find out who won such coveted awards as "Best Fainting Woman" and "Biggest Cuck" in the Dracula-verse! Then, finally, we announce the series we'll be covering in February, and it's a doozy!
January 25, 2021
47. Dracula (1979)
THE JANUARY DRAC-OFF CONTINUES! Eric may be recovering from COVID-19, but that's not going to stop us from going deep on DRACULA (1979) aka The Cucking of Jonathan Harker! How does this steamy version stack up against the previous 3 entries? Grab the armrests of your chair and listen as these two naughty boys go to town on everything you hold ear. Plus they play a vampire-centric Chop Quiz. Make sure to stay for that.
January 23, 2021
A Brief Announcement
Eric is sick! Today's episode is delayed. Pray for Mojo!
January 18, 2021
46. Horror of Dracula (1958)
Round 2 of the January Drac-Off begins as we get introduced to the sexy, imposing British-ness of Hammer's "Horror of Dracula." It's 27 years later and this time, you know they're gonna show some fangs! Also in this episode, Eric tries a new, more aerodynamic approach to the recap section. Plus, Count Dooku battles Grand Moff Tarkin! Listen to the full episode to find out what other treasures this full color classic holds. Then afterwards, stick around for the new segment "BB Fucking C" to play a quick round of UK censorship trivia.
January 12, 2021
45. Dracula (1931)
We jump into our January Drac-Off with the granddaddy of all the celluloid Draculas...Universal's 1931 classic (?) "Dracula" starring Bela Lugosi. You know it's famous, but the real question is, "is it good?" You know how to find out: listen to the pod!! We are podcasting children of the night, and oh what music we make! After the movie, we play a round of "Bela Lugosi's Dead," a segment that definitely WASN'T conceived name-first, then working backwards from there.
January 04, 2021
44. Rare Exports (2010)
On this very special holiday episode, Finnish Santa Claus is here to decide who's naughty, who's nice, and who deserves a pickaxe to the head! Whatever you do, don't call him Krampus, because that's Central Europe, you uncultured yokel. Tune in to hear all about this fun little Nordic yarn, as well as an update on Eric's budding love affair with his catfisher. Then after the movie, we toss back a few nogs and reminisce about the "scariest moments in non-horror holiday films." And finally, stick around til the very end for an exciting announcement about what we'll be covering in the new year. Happy holidays to all you Kill Streakers out there!
December 21, 2020
43. Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver
Gingerdead Man might be the perfect COVID series, because having to watch these movies is not dissimilar to having to suffer through the discomfort and offense of this year's pandemic. BUT! This episode was fun to record. Much more fun than the process of watching these movies. And stick around for after the movie, because we've got a...TWIST ENDING! Happy holidays, Kill Streakers!
December 14, 2020
42. Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust (2008)
The Gingerdead Man series is...still bad! But sometimes bad movies are the most fun to talk about. Is that the case with this week's episode? Only one way to find out: listen in! After the movie, we attempt to right some wrongs with some Staff Picks, where we run down some better options if you're looking for a horror movie about filmmaking.
December 07, 2020
41. The Gingerdead Man (2005)
Alright everybody, here at Kill Streak we're big enough to admit our mistakes, and listen, we fucked up. It turns out this isn't a holiday themed movie, AT ALL, and in fact it is barely a movie, period. "The Gingerdead Man" is in fact an exercise in doing the absolute bare minimum required to skate by. But that's not what we here at Kill Streak HQ are gonna do. No ma'am! We gave this episode our full effort and by god, we reviewed this film fully and with the discerning critical eye that we bring to each and every show we do. And then, after that, Eric introduced a new segment called "Wet Hot Busey Hounds" that is not as gross as it sounds. Please enjoy this non-holiday themed trash fire.
November 30, 2020
40. Evil Dead Wrap-Up and Rankings
On this special Turkey/Colonizers Day episode, we put a nice little bow on the Evil Dead franchise! Tune in first for a quick segment on the Starz series "Ash vs. Evil Dead." Then we dish out our customary franchise superlatives, including such hits as "Best Ash One-Liners" and "Most Satisfying Kills!" Then, of course, we rank the series in both our personal orders and the CANONICAL Kill Streak order. And finally, we reveal our winter holiday-themed franchise, and damn it smells delicious!
November 26, 2020
39. Evil Dead (2013)
This week on the pod, the Kill Streak boys are doling out some HOT takes! In this century, horror remakes are a dime a dozen but they're usually worth less than that. Does the Tapert/Raimi/Campbell produced remake/reboot of the Evil Dead series rise above its brethren? Or does this relentless gorefest belong in the depths of hell with the rest of its hot trash cousins? The only way to find out is to listen to this episode or to politely ask someone else who has! Then after the movie, we introduce a new segment honoring some of the least essential films in the horror canon. It's a must-listen!
November 23, 2020
38. Army of Darkness (1993)
What a wild one this is, Kill Streakers! This week we unpack the final installment of the original Evil Dead trilogy and answer some of the big questions on everyone's minds, starting with "who keeps packing up these movies?!" This was a beloved teen classic for us, so listen in to find out if it still holds up in the eyes of these jaded old men. Then after the movie, we do a little "Scored to Death: Danny Elfman Edition!" with the voice of Kill Streak, Mr. Ryan Martin himself.
November 16, 2020
37. Evil Dead II (1987)
What do you get when you take the creators of one of the best indie horror movies ever, give them ten times the budget to make a sequel, and set them loose in the woods of North Carolina? If you guessed one of the single greatest horror comedies of all time, you guessed right! And this week on Kill Streak, we dive DEEP into the making of "Evil Dead II" and all the thrills, chills, and Bruce Campbell spills that happen along the way. Then in our late segment, we lovingly carve a Mt. Rushgore of Horror Hunks out of the hardest of rock.
November 09, 2020
36. The Evil Dead (1981)
Now that Halloween season is over, it's finally time to start covering well-known, well-liked horror movies again! This week, we cover one of the greatest indie horror successes of all time, the one, the only, THE EVIL DEAD! Listen along as we gush about the profound impact this movie had on horror, low-budget filmmaking, and little Mike and Eric! Then, stick around for a particularly MATURE end segment...
November 02, 2020
35. The Ward (2010)
We've reached the big finale of John Carpent-ober with our hero's latest (but probably not greatest) directorial effort. Sure, it's got a 33% on Rotten Tomatoes, but is it really that bad? You'll have to listen along to find out. One thing is for sure, it definitely came out at the height of popularity for "Mad Men"! After the movie, we indulge our inner trick-or-treaters and taste test some of last week's top candy picks. Listen as we put our money where our mouths are by putting a lot of chocolate and peanut butter where are mouths are, also. AND THEN, listen at the very end to find out what November's series is going to be...IT'S A BIG ONE!
October 26, 2020
Killer Klowns Live Commentary w/ Mookie Blaiklock!
In the latest October commentary, we sit down with the HILARIOUS Mookie Blaiklock (host of YOU ARE WORTHY with LilMookieB) and dissect the cult classic Killer Klowns from Outer Space! Along the way, we cover some classic hits, like HBO nudity, the no-fat diet fad of the 90s, and what its like to work with American treasure Thomas Jane. You don't want to miss this one! Check out YOU ARE WORTHY with LilMookieB at: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/you-are-worthy-with-lilmookieb/id1527031191?uo=4
October 22, 2020
34. Village of the Damned (1995)
John Carpent-ober marches on with "Village of the Damned," a remake of the 1960 film of same name. Neither of us had ever seen this one, because we heard it sucked! Were the rumors on the playground back in '95 true? You'll have to listen to find out! Then, stick around for the end segment where we rank the Top 5 Halloween Candies to find in your little plastic pumpkin. It's a sweet treat you absolutely WILL NOT want to miss.
October 19, 2020
Dead Alive Live Commentary w/ Carol Fahey and Josh Briggs!
In our second live commentary of October (the most haunting of months!) we hang out with the hilarious and loveable Carol Fahey and Josh Briggs of the Mummy x Deaddy Podcast. Watch along with us as we take a chest-mounted lawnmower to the Kiwi horror classic "Dead Alive," or as it is known in the rest of the world, "Braindead." Which, coincidentally, is how the rest of the world has taken to referring to Americans! (Viewing note: we're watching the 97-minute US unrated cut! Check out our Twitter @killstreakpod for a viewing link!)
October 15, 2020
33. Escape from L.A. (1996)
This week's episode is all about the City of Angels, baby! John Carpent-ober continues with "Escape from L.A," the much maligned sequel to the cult classic "Escape from New York." Is this movie worth a second look? You'll only find out if you listen. Please, god, listen! Along the way, you'll learn exciting factoids like Snake Plissken's real first name and which one of your hosts likes the band Tool. Then in our final segment, we take all you listeners to "Film School" with a painstakingly curated curriculum of movies that can teach viewers about the real Los Angeles. We love it!
October 12, 2020
Maniac Live Commentary w/ Jefferson Dutton!
Welcome boy and ghouls to our first October live commentary! We sit down with the hilarious and talented Jefferson Dutton (who listeners might know as one third of The Sloppy Boys and one seventeenth of The Birthday Boys) to watch the 1980 love letter to heavy breathing, Maniac. So grab some popcorn, a tasty beverage (we spiked ours), and an extra absorbent sweat rag and watch this slasher classic along with us!
October 08, 2020
32. Christine (1983)
The first episode of John Carpen-tober is here! In this one, we unpack Christine and attempt to answer one of life's big questions: exactly how scary can a movie about a killer car be? The answer may or may not surprise you! Then afterwards, we do a Mt. Rushgore of Stephen King adaptations and announce the film and guest for our first live commentary, coming this Thursday!!!
October 05, 2020
31. Ginger Snaps Rankings and Wrap-Up
Price and Eric give their definitive Kill Streak rankings of the three Ginger Snaps movies, dole out their series superlatives, and find love in the process. PLUS: Our SUPER SPOOKY October plans are announced! BONUS EPISODES, YOU SAY??? A FUN TWIST ON MAIN EPISODES, YOU SAY?? Stay tuned to find out all of the scary details. Boo!
October 01, 2020
30. Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning (2004)
This week we tackle the third and final film in the Ginger Snaps trilogy! In this installment, the Fitzgerald sisters pull a "Back To The Future III" and give us some 19th century action (or general lack thereof). Can this trip to the Canadian frontier resurrect the brooding, sexy, witty vibes of the first film? Can the flirtations of Ginger and "The Hunter" match the smoldering chemistry of Christopher Lloyd and Ted Danson's wife? Will ZZ Top make a cameo appearance as a not-quite-period-appropriate band? All the answers and more lie within! Also, the voice of Kill Streak, Sir Ryan Martin OBE dishes out a piping hot werewolf movie quiz. This is appointment podcasting folks, don't miss it!
September 28, 2020
29. Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed (2004)
This week we're back with the second installment of the Ginger Snaps series. First one wasn't dark enough for you? Well buckle up, buttercup! This one is BLEAK. But it's also...surprisingly well done for a direct-to-VOD sequel?? Then during our wrap-up, it's the return of the segment everyone is clamoring for. That's right, get nice and relaxed for another COLON EXAM!!
September 22, 2020
28. Ginger Snaps (2000)
On this week's very special episode, we bark at the moon, pee on the rug, and lick ourselves. In between, we find a little time to review turn of the millennium gem "Ginger Snaps." If you've ever wanted to listen to two men spend an hour plus trying really hard not to make fools of themselves while talking about female puberty, this is the episode for you! Then stick around for our Top 5 lists of "Coming of Age" horror films.
September 14, 2020
27. Deep Blue Sea Rankings and Wrap-Up
In this fast-paced episode, we run through their definitive rankings of the Deep Blue Sea films. See if you can guess!! We also cover some superlatives and of course, stick around for the end where we unveil the next series we'll be covering!
September 10, 2020
26. Deep Blue Sea 3 (2020)
This week on the pod, Kill Streak heads to the theaters! Just kidding, no one should be going to the theaters because of the uncontrolled pandemic threatening the nation for the seventh consecutive month. We did, however, watch a brand new release!! It's...fine? It definitely has sharks and genetic engineering and questionable human decision making. We'll walk you through it in our newly rerecorded plot recap necessitated by some technical difficulties on Price's end. Then stick around for a brand new segment that went pretty well, all things considered!
September 07, 2020
25. Deep Blue Sea 2 (2018)
You thought you had seen the deepest and bluest the sea had to offer?? Well you were wrong! This week things get deeper, bluer, and much much cheaper as we wade into the murky waters of the SyFy original "Deep Blue Sea 2." This episode is gonna answer all the big questions we know you'll have because you almost definitely didn't watch this one along with us. Will big pharma once again monkey with the genetic code of killer sharks? How similar is the best CGI money could buy in 1999 to the cheapest available CGI of 2018?? Will you recognize anyone in this cast??? Then afterwards, stick around for a "Mt. Rushgore" of "scientists playing god with predictably horrific results!"
August 31, 2020
24. Deep Blue Sea (1999)
Price and Eric's hats are like shark fins in this wet and wild episode. This movie has it all: scientists playing God, sharks sneaking up on people in hallways, a wisecracking parrot...and perhaps the greatest end credits song of all time? Also, the boys compete in a shark movie trivia extravaganza, and the winners of the Horror Villain Tag Teams are announced.
August 24, 2020
23. Friday the 13th Rankings and Wrap-Up
Our long vacation at Crystal Lake (and briefly Manhattan) has come to an end. Price and Eric give their definitive(ish) rankings of the Friday the 13th series, plus they spend an inordinate amount of time talking about women they find attractive...but in a fun non-creepy way. Stay tuned to the end to find out the next film series up!
August 17, 2020
22. Friday the 13th (2009)
Old is new again! There’s nothing new under the sun! Nothing (g)old can stay, Ponyboy! Sooner or later, remake/reboot culture will come for us all, and in this episode, we cover the remake/reboot/re-box-officing of Friday the 13th, the ACTUAL FINAL Friday film (for now). Then stick around to hear Mike and Eric’s ideas for horror films that might be more deserving of the remake treatment.
August 14, 2020
21. Freddy vs. Jason (2003)
What happens when two titans of horror cinema share the same screen? They kick the crap out of each other and murder everyone! After years in development hell, Freddy vs. Jason finally splattered it's way onto screens. Will our two heroes, Eric and Price, survive this ordeal? Will they find love along the way? Also, Price and Eric assemble their horror movie dream tag-teams. And they find love along the way (spoiler alert).
August 10, 2020
20. Jason X (2001)
Ground control to Major...Jason?! It’s 2001 and the Friday franchise has finally delivered the kind of space epic that Asimov and Kubrick could only DREAM about! Hear the guys tell all about this trip to the stars and then stick around to welcome back Ryan Martin, as he administers a rousing round of interstellar horror trivia. In space, no one can hear you buzz in.
August 06, 2020
19. Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)
This is it folks! The Final Friday! The franchise comes to its triumphant end! I'm sorry, what? There are 3 more movies after this? And a lot of people hate this one? Well, my foot is in my mouth. Well, whether you love it or hate it, this one is definitely weird and we're gonna dig into it.
August 03, 2020
18. Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)
Start spreading the news...this movie blows! Batten down the hatches, as Eric and Price brave the stormy seas of the Pacific Northwest in this laughable shitshow of a motion picture that has exactly one scene shot in NYC. Then stick around for some ‘Staff Picks’ as the boys recommend some better ways to get that New York fix you’ll surely be craving after this stinker.
July 30, 2020
17. Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988)
Buckle up for a telekinetic rollercoaster of an episode! If Jason vs. Carrie sounds like one hell of an elevator pitch, then this might be the Friday film for you. Orrrrr...you might hate it! Listen to Eric and Price take opposing sides in the debate over whether this movie sucks or is kinda fun! Either way, it's definitely different. Then the boys keep the mind over matter thread going with a Mt. Rushgore of telekinesis!
July 27, 2020
16. Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives
I know you all thought our old buddy J. Voorhees was cremated and gone for good, but I've got news for you...JASON LIVES! Listen in this week for some spirited debate between Price and Eric as their opinions diverge on this tongue-in-cheek entry. And stay tuned at the end for the triumphant return of COLON EXAM!!
July 23, 2020
15. Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985)
What a glorious mess of a movie! In this episode, Eric and Price walk the audience through one of the most maligned entries in the entire series. They talk about what was, what is, and what might have been, in a movie the director once referred to as "a porno (I shot) in the woods." Then afterwards, the boys catalog their Top 5 horror movie masks!!
July 20, 2020
14. Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)
Wow, would you look at that...we're done with the Friday the 13th series! What's that? *checks notes* Wow, we're 1/3 of the way through the Friday the 13th series. Join us as we recap this star-studded return to Crystal Lake and find out if the even numbered entries in this saga continue to hit the mark. And then as a bit of a nightcap, Eric quizzes Price on Roger Ebert and his encyclopedia of bad horror takes!
July 16, 2020
13. Friday the 13th Part III (1982)
Brace yourselves, listeners, as the Friday the 13th franchise unlocks an entire dimension, heretofore unused by the denizens of Crystal Lake. THAT'S RIGHT, 3D! Luckily, Eric and Price will be there every step of the way, to lead you through the wild and wondrous world of THE THIRD DIMENSION! Together you'll dodge snakes on fishing line, yo-yos, projectile eyeballs, and harpoons on fishing line. Then, in the late segment, Price quizzes Eric on the highest-grossing 3D horror of the 80s through today.
July 13, 2020
12. Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)
Welcome back to camp! This summer, Price and Eric discuss Friday the 13th Part 2, and find love in the process. Then, the boys don once more their Blockbuster name tags and make some great sequel “Staff Picks.”
July 09, 2020
11. Friday the 13th (1980)
The time has come for the team at Kill Streak HQ to tackle one of the great pillars of horror franchise-dom! It's July, and even though summer camp is cancelled this year, you can still relive those sepia-toned memories with us as we cover the Friday the 13th series. Join us in the year 1980 for the one that started it all! And then stick around as our special guest Ryan Martin (the voice of Kill Streak!) uses his encyclopedic knowledge of horror movie music to test Eric and Price on the first-ever edition of "Scored to Death."
July 06, 2020
10. Blair Witch Rankings and Wrap Up
We bring the Blair Witch franchise to a close by ranking the three movies, recapping the highs and lows, and unveiling the Blair Witch dioramas we made for our class presentation. Then a rousing round of "Mt. Rushgore: Witch Movies," and finally, the unveiling of our next franchise. And let me tell you, constant listener, IT'S A BIG ONE!
July 02, 2020
9. Blair Witch (2016)
Beware, for this is the most cursed episode in annals of Kill Streak lore! Twice derailed by recording failures and haunted by recurring microphone bumping, is this episode marked by the Blair Witch herself? Eric and Price have never disagreed so much on a single film so much, perhaps one of them is possessed by the spirit of Elly Kedward!! Also, the boys play a rousing round of 'Marry, Fuck, Kill: Which Witch? Edition' and it's almost as regrettable as that sounds. You'll have to listen to believe it!
June 29, 2020
Bonus Episode 1: Listener Questions!
On this week's very special episode, Eric and Price start by shooting the shit about what they've been watching and playing outside the pod. Includes such classics as...Kevin Bacon and trophy wives! Why the Dark Universe sucks! Exploitation, poison bum wine, melting hobos, and trigger warnings! Price spends too much time and energy ranking the Star Wars Skywalker Saga! And many more! Then the boys field your questions about biggest franchise letdowns, perfect batting averages, potential nominees for future episodes, sequels we'd like to see, and then we wrap up it all with our Top 5 paranormal experts in film (some liberties taken)!
June 25, 2020
8. Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000)
On this week’s episode we do a deep dive on goth rights with the Blair Witch sequel that never should’ve been. It’s chock full of half-assed orgies, death owls, and Marilyn Manson B-sides. Then, a cherry on top with an all new installment of “Colon Exam.” Enjoy!
June 22, 2020
7. The Blair Witch Project (1999)
This week Eric and Price launch into a brand new franchise with "The Blair Witch Project." Price has never seen it before! Eric can't finish a sentence! Price keeps breathing into his mic like a poor man's Tony Soprano! And a movie is discussed! Then the boys talk "Mt. Rushgore" of found footage horror. It's a real whirlwind!
June 15, 2020
6. Return of the Living Dead: Rankings and Wrap-Up
The ROTLD franchise comes to a close as Eric and Price offer their final thoughts on the series and, as promised, conclusively rank them in canonical order. Then stick around at the end to find out the next franchise the boys will be tackling...
June 11, 2020
5. Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave (2005)
This week features the final film in the ROTLD series and a fresh Romanian hell for all to enjoy. Eric and Price dissect this EDM themed zom-com (which curiously lacks much actual EDM) and ask the big questions, like "why don't any of these characters remember the events of the previous film, in which they starred?" Then the boys subject each other to a Chop Quiz, which like any good horror flick, quickly gets messy...
June 08, 2020
4. Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis (2005)
After a 12 year layoff, the ROTLD series is BACK, BABY! Was the wait worth it for "Necropolis?" In a word, no! No it was not! Eric and Price follow the franchise as it makes a big move to Romania and abandons 90% of the series' mythology. On the plus side, there is 100% more motocross and buttrock. Then after the recap, the boys introduce their newest segment, engaging in a rousing round of "Colon Exam!"
June 04, 2020
3. Return of the Living Dead 3 (1993)
Things take a turn for the darker in the third installment of the Return of the Living Dead series. If you're feeling nostalgic for the halcyon days of the early 90's, when everything was all sunshine, lollipops, and body modification, then this is the flick for you! It's got everything you could ask for: S&M zombies, star-crossed lovers, and literal nine inch nails. Then to wrap things up, Price and Eric nominate their picks for the "Mt. Rushgore" of body horror directors.
June 01, 2020
2. Return of the Living Dead Part II (1988)
Join Eric and Price as they tackle the misbegotten second film in the ROTLD franchise! There's a chintzy all-synth score, innumerable pointless changes of location, a moonwalking Thriller zombie, and a sassy southern talking zombie head that just won't quit. Why oh why won't it quit? Then the guys wrap things up with the first installment of "Staff Picks" where they put on their video store name tags and recommend some superior alternatives to rent. So fire it up and take a listen, and while you're at it, get that damn screwdriver OUT OF MY HEAD!
May 28, 2020
1. Return of the Living Dead (1985)
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Kill Streak, the horror movie podcast about the franchises that just won't stay dead! In Episode One, the guys jump head first in the cult favorite "Return of the Living Dead" series, starting with the Dan O'Bannon-directed original. There are thrills, chills, spills, rabid weasels, and wait, what's that?! Trash is taking her clothes off again!
May 25, 2020
Episode Zero - Kill Streak Trailer!!!
We're positively chuffed to introduce you to Kill Streak, a weekly podcast where we pick a horror movie franchise, and then every episode covers an entry in that series. We talk about the making of the movie, behind the scene stories, recap the plot, and then rate it using our patented Kill Streak criteria. Finally, we rank each movie in the series in our canonical order from worst to best. Premiering May 2020!
May 13, 2020