Episode 78 – The Axe Murders of Villisca/Pitchfork

Here we go again. Taylor and Tony get back behind the mic to review a couple of indie horror flicks. First up, we discuss the “based on a true story” film The Axe Murders of Villisca, about a group of paranormal investigators breaking into the real-life scene of one of the most brutal mass murders in history. We also talk about what some have dubbed a slasher icon for a new generation, Pitchfork. Have a listen and hear if we agree.

When it comes to Horror Business, we have a Real World Horror story about cannibal hamsters, plus we have updates on the South Korean horror film The Wailing and the new film from the makers of ABCs of Death. We also take about new details for the new Friday the 13th movie as well as season two of Stranger Things. Finally we tell you all about the new “psychological horror” video game based on the classic film Apocalypse Now.

So put us in your ears.

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Taylor of Terror

Correction: Nick Hogan spent 5 months in prison for reckless driving involving serious bodily injury (a 3rd degree felony), use of a motor vehicle in commission of a felony, a person under the age of 21 operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol level of 0.02% or higher, and illegal window tint. His passenger did not die but was seriously injured and now requires around-the-clock care.

Kevin Nesgoda

The Wailing was a lot more than creepy. It was very psychological throughout. Had quite a few laugh out loud moments in the beginning and eased it’s way into the horror aspect despite there being dead bodies and a jump scare or two in the first hour. It’d put it up there with Cure as a great Asian horror film.