Greetings everyone, and thanks for daring to subject yourself to the awful sounds and (in the future, once podcast technology has caught up with Luke's ass) smells of BindTortureKast.  For our 140th episode, we are getting all BindTorture(and)Kast-y with "Little Deaths", an anthology that released from our UK friends a few years back.  Its one we've always had a lot of love for individually, so we figured we would give it a review on BTK and see if its held up over the last few years.  It seems to get a lot of mixed reactions, and some outright hatred, so we should be able to have our say and maybe tell y'all why we think this thing is the knees of a bee.  Or something.  And as a bonus, if you're still around after all the fun, there may or may not be another treat for everyone.  Lurking.  Waiting.  Thanks for checking out our shit, everyone!  It may be stinky, but we are happy to offer it up in steaming chunks, for to mash into your delicate ears. 

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);


“Chaos Deathcult”-Zyklon

“A Million Deaths”-Fleshgod Apocalypse

“Til Death Do Us Part”-Akira Yamaoka


**This episode is called "29 New/Old Ways To Die", of course, in reference to the two movies worth of short films we talked about on this episode. Problem is, we actually didn't talk about one of them. It's called "Marriage", it's directed by Todd E. Freeman, and it's great. There. Back up to 29.**

Direct download: BTK_Ep_140_Little_Deaths.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 12:48pm PDT

Greetings one and all, and for Episode 139 of BTK, we were going to watch and review "Violent Shit: The Movie" but it was beyond terrible, so fuck it, we are once again skipping ahead and reviewing a never-mentioned film I saw many years back called "Buddy Boy".  Its one I love, and one Steve and Luke have never seen.  Not sure how this one will end up going, but unless they are even worse than the last 138 episodes have proven them to be, it should be a fun episode.

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

"Cannibal Song”-Ministry


“Obsession”-Clan Of Xymox

Direct download: BTK_Ep_139_Buddy_Boy.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 12:39pm PDT

I'd love to tell you more...but its a mystery.  Seriously, why do I do this?  Is this a way to keep things "fun" for myself?  I realize absolutely nobody cares, but whatever, it keeps things silly. I am going to fuck off now, but before I do, "THANK YOU" to Lydia for coming on with me and making this one a blast.  Visit,, (and probably some other places too) for all of your Lydia-needs.  Don't be gross! I didn't mean it like THAT!  Ok, a little bit.  Also, hit up to purchase your own, special copies of Nightface, For When The Veil Drops, and Pray Lied Eve (and be sure to leave reviews once you've read them!).

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

“Fista Corpse”-Zimmers Hole

“Worlock”-Skinny Puppy

Direct download: BTK_Ep_138_Lydia_Show_Of_Doom.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 12:34pm PDT

Hey everyone, and thanks for tuning into the 137th episode spectacular of BindTortureKast.  Why is this so "spectacular"?  Well, honestly, it really isn't, but I try to suck you in with my words.  The empty, empty words.  Anyway, we were GOING to review another film this week, but it wasn't great, and seeing as how we try to bring you guys good reviews about good stuff, we decided to Just Say No, and do "Cold Fish" instead.  If you are unfamiliar with the director of "Suicide Club" Sion Sono, I recommend fixing that, and "Cold Fish" is a great place to start!  Anyway, Luke liked this one too, so if Steve gets all hatey, I am sorry!

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“Cloning The Divine”-Otargos

“You’re Mine”-Carpenter Brut

“Promise” (cover of a much better original song by Akira Yamaoka)-…

Direct download: BTK_Ep_137_Cold_Fish.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 12:31pm PDT

Whats up kids, and welcome to episode 136 of BindTortureKast.  We typically do more indie stuff on this show, but for this one, we are going back in time for a movie that was not only in theaters, but just happens to be one of my favorites ever.  The movie is from Brian Yuzna, and maybe you've heard of it.  "Society".  Ring a bell?  No?  Well, maybe you should listen in anyway, since I have no doubt our reviews of this one will make you want to seek it out if its something that you have yet to experience.  Or better yet, fuck this show AND fuck listening to anything we say beyond...Just go buy the recent Arrow release of it.  It's awesome.  Arrow is awesome.  And, no, they did not pay me to say that.


At one point I say that the new AGP film has the worst synopsis I've ever read. Upon listening back to this episode, it would have to be the SECONDARY-worst synopsis I've ever read. MY synopsis of "Let's Be Evil" was far, far worse. Credit where credit's due here, people.


Please understand that my mispronouncing of Ravager, in regards to "Phantasm V: Ravager" was from a combination of being tired, and trying to get through the segment quickly. Me leaving said mispronounciation in the episode however, instead of just editing it out? Self-hate.

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

“Empty”-Information Society

“My Body”-Crosss

“Body Hammer”-Fear Factory


Direct download: BTK_Ep_136_Society.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 3:09pm PDT

Ahoy there, ya bastards! Thanks for listening to the 135th episode of BindTortureKast.  For this one, we are once again entering the Lab of Madness, with Jeremy Saulnier's "Green Room".  This is one we have been talking about forever, but sadly, we all missed it during its limited theatrical run.  Well, now that the fucker is on VOD and circular disc-based media thingys, we can finally give it our honest reviews.  Will it be on par with "Blue Ruin" and "Murder Party"?  If this director's trajectory is any indication, it will blow them the fuck away! 

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

“Stand Tall”-Pro-Pain

“Room 429”-Stapping Young Lad


Direct download: BTK_Ep_135_Green_Room.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 3:01pm PDT

Hello everyone, and welcome to episode 134 of BindTortureKast.  This episode is the very definition of "going in blind"... When word broke that Mickey Keating, director of "Darling", was getting ready to release "Carnage Park" to VOD, I jumped at the opportunity to do it for the show.  Will it pack the same punch as "Darling", one of our favorite films of 2016"  Well who the fuck are we to say, really?  But you ARE listening, so I guess we will try and articulate SOMETHING for you.

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);


“KOTD Love Theme”-Steven Hufsteter

“Convulsion”-Skinny Puppy

“Under Control”-Funker Vogt

Direct download: BTK_Ep_134_Carnage_Park.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 2:55pm PDT

Hey everybody, and thank you so much for checking out this episode of BindTortureKast.  For the 130th episode, I am switching things up a bit.  To start, I told Steve and Luke that they're fired.  So that's new.  Then, because he's a real bastard, Luke began arguing that I cannot technically "fire" him from a job he does not get paid to go to.  So, I countered with the irrefutable fact that me not snapping his goddamned neck through Skype IS his payment, so I can indeed fire him.  Steve, on the other hand, took it like a champ and said he only did this show to humor me anyway and that he was surprised that it even got past 5 episodes.  So we are all good.  We have a dessert date on Saturday, actually.  Now that the dead weight has been eradicated, I felt it was time to bring in some new blood to try and save this hopelessly-dying show.  You will need to listen in to see who it is, but just know that I am happy to have them and haven't ever been so excited to ejaculate an episode of BTK all over the world's perfect little face.  Enjoy this one guys and gals, I sure as hell did!

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

"Symbol of Decay"-Red Harvest

"Decay From Within"-Black Claw



Direct download: BTK_Ep_130_Decay.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 6:19pm PDT

Hey everyone.  So for the 133rd episode of BindTortureKast, we are delving into the "La Petite Mort" films, which only just recently got a US release, despite being done quite a while ago.  I found them interesting enough to talk about, but I am sure it will just be further evidence of how I am steering the show towards oblivion with my film picks.  Perhaps I should consider more high brow entertainment, but I barely have eyebrows as it is.

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“La Ment”-The Cure

“Petite Feet”-Tim & Eric

“Perfectly Defect”-Mortiis

Direct download: BTK_Ep_133_LPM.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 7:28pm PDT

You feel that? That funky beat? Aww shit, y'all, BindTortureKast is getting into some disco shit for episode 132.  Some of you who have been around for a while may remember I reviewed "Discopath" on a show I used to be on, despite it being a perfect fit for BTK.  Well, that show is far in my rearview, and I'd say it's time to dust off one of my favorite horror films in recent years and see what Steve and Luke have to say about this gem.  True story, I am listening to Carcass as I type this.  Thats how disco I am.  Fuck it all.


Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

(*For those of you who grew weary of last week's synth-wave overload, this week's musical selections are just for you...*)

 “Disco Inferno”-Perturbator

“Disco Zombi Italia”-Carpenter Brut

“Strut” (Disco Balls Mix)-KMFDM

Direct download: BTK_Ep_132_Discopath.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 7:23pm PDT