Winston Herbert is back to announce his upcoming Pinball Podcast. In honor of this news, we asked him to watch Ken Russell's psychedelic 1975 musical "Tommy". Spoiler alert: One of us dances in a pile of beans.
Megan Dart ("Dead Center of Town") joins the Jerks to update them on this years Chinook Series. She asks us to watch Tarsem Singh's "The Cell" (2000) so we asked her to watch Stephen King's "Cell" (2016). Every now and then we have to remind people that the Movie Jerks are actual Jerks.
We took a look at two Taylor Lautner actioners, "Tracers" and "Abduction", with the one and only Kent Tilley, AKA Kaotic Kent.
Artist of the month is Keltie, and her hit "Someone Tell Her."
The Movie Jerks invite Joel Taras (Recruiting Hell) to take on the Mystery Movie Challenge. He believed that "Love Letters to Music" films would display many great films... because "how could any thing that is a love letter to something be bad?" To answer that questions, we ended up watching "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane".
James is back again, this time tackling the Mystery Movie challenge with Troma films as the genre. Are Troma films a genre in and of themselves?
In this episode we brought back comedian Kelly Soloduka and horror movie expert Kevin Alexander, for a sequel to our "Murder + Teens = Murder" episode. Instead we ended up watching "Jeepers Creepers 3". Episode recorded in November.
Feature Artist of The Month: Juliet Ruin "Ugly Side"
We invite one of the most positive people we know, Christian Zyp (Moving Radio) to pick a mystery film of the worst films of 2017. What he picks will be nothing more than "Unforgettable".
We start off 2018 with the Dave Alexander (Rue Morgue Magazine and Untold Horror www.untoldhorror.ca) coming on the show to talk about the revival of Horror Franchises. So we have him watch "Leatherface" 2017.
The Artist Of The Month for January is Juliet Ruin, with their song "Ugly Side".
Happy Halloween from all of us at Untold Horror! We recently had the opportunity to check out GUILLERMO DEL TORO: AT HOME WITH MONSTERS, currently on at the Art ...
Back for our annual Christmas episode, Danny Fournier (Oddball Productions) returns with vengeance... or just with the Gramiak's annual Christmas letter. We take on two films with Krampus, such as "Krampus" and "A Christmas Horror Story". And if you thought Gramiak was able to get JP riled up, Danny has it down to a science.
Artist of the month is Brenda Dirk, with her Christmas song, "Too Broke for Christmas".
Trent Wilkie is back and taking the Christmas Mystery Movie Challenge. He picks "Better Watch Out" and it turns into one of the biggest laughs we have had on the show. Listen in to hear how a Christmas horror film turns out a giggle fest.