Hello ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to episode 164 of BindTortureKast. For this one, we are doing the highly-anticipate horror anthology, "XX". It features films from 4 directors, and I personally have been very excited for it to come out. That's it. Nothing smart-assy or stupid/clever to say. I mean fuck, nobody reads these things anyway. I could say anything I like here and nobody would even read it. Actually, that's not true. The only people that ever probably read this nonsense are the 1 or 2 of you who are curious about what music I picked fo the show. Of course there are apps for that, but if you're listening on your phone it may be tricky. Anyway, here are the songs that you may have been curious about. 

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);


"Pandora's Box"-Children On Stun

"Fire, Sex, and the Death of Christians"-?

Direct download: BTK_Ep_164_XX.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 7:25am PST

Hey kids, and welcome to the 163rd exercise in depression known as BindTortureKast.  We had to schedule a last-minute change-up for this episode, but all is good in our little hood as it got me off of my ass and finally made me watch this week's pick, "The Living And The Dead", from misery-maestro extraordinaire, Simon Rumley.  While not a "horror" film in the strictest of senses, it falls more in line with films like "Nothing Bad Can Happen" or "Landline Goes Click" as it represents a very sad and desperate sequence of events, indeed. Often, I find that more horrifying than any of the extreme stuff, so fuck it, we are doing it for the show.  Thanks for hanging with us everyone, and I hope you enjoy this show.  As much as ANYTHING by Simon Rumley (or BTK) can be called "enjoyable", that is.

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“Living Dead”-Hypocrisy

“Dead Inside”-Numb

“If This Is What Passes For Living”-Street Sects

Direct download: BTK_Ep_163_TLATD.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 4:17pm PST

Hello everyone, and welcome to what should be the most purrfect episode of BindTortureKast yet!  For our 162nd journey into depravity, we decided that an Awful Mystery Show Of Doom was in order.  Yes friends, we are super pumped about this episode's review, and we hope that you will enjoy listening to it as much as we did recording it.  At the very least, it will be 1/3rd enjoyable, so it won't be a TOTAL waste of your precious goddamn time!

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“Catacrusis”-Dark Fortress

“Gato"-Devin Townsend

Direct download: BTK_Ep_162_MeowsteryShowOfDoomyDoom.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 6:27pm PST

Hey everyone, and than you for bothering with the 161st episode of BindTortureKast. For this episode, we are leaving outright "horror" behind, and checking out the recent dramsploitation flick, "My Father Die".  Its been making some waves in the indie scene, has serious balls, and is about as dark and twisted as the usual films we like to review on this show.  We hope you dig this one, and please be sure to check this insane little film out if you haven't.  One of the first real surprises of 2017, and we think you guys are going to like it as much as we did.  As a side-note, this may be the last time we cover a non-horror film, as upon finishing the edit, my hard drive died.  Cursed, I am!  So you pig-fuckers better appreciate this episode even more, as it cost me a lot of goddamn money to get out there.

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);


“Father”-Funker Vogt

“To Father’s Cabin”-Amorphis

“Honor Thy Father”-Dream Theater

Direct download: BTK_Ep_161_My_Father_Die.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 4:21pm PST

Hello everyone and welcome to the 159th episode of BindTortureKast.  For this one, we are checking out 2007's "The Signal", a once-praised, but now largely-forgotten film about mass hysteria, graphic violence, and Bowen-beards. Seriously, all y'all motherfuckers with your stupid fucking beards are terrible.  I've said it before, and I will say it again (and again).  This phony, hipster-irony in the form of "manliness", with your overpriced flannel and skinny jeans; please just die.  All of you.  But before you take those pills, load that gun, or tie that noose, look back on AJ Bowen.  A great actor, and unfortunately, a trendsetter for making beards "cool".  I don't blame him, I blame you, the viewer.  On a happier note, Luke's wife has found love with a clown, so there is that.

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“Riot City”-Total Chaos

“Zero Signal”-Fear Factory

“Transmission”-Meat Beat Manifesto

Direct download: BTK_Ep159_The_Signal.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 5:59am PST

Hey guys and guy-ettes, and thanks for checking out the 160th episode of BindTortureKast.  For this episode, we are heading across the pond to review the 2008 shocker "Mum & Dad".  Its a great little film that I only recently got to see fror the first time and felt that it was exactly the kind of morbid slice of death that we so love to review on this awful show.  So listen in, will you?  Hopefully you have gotten to see this before listening, but if not, just order yourself a copy from somewhere as it TOTALLY warrants it.  Thanks again for all of the support everyone!

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);



“Your Unpleasant Family”-Porcupine Tree

“Daddy”-Devin Townsend

Direct download: BTK_Ep_160_MumDad.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 12:51pm PST

Hey there, ya spooky-kooks, and welcome to the 158th episode of BindTortureKast.  For this one, at long-goddamned-last, we are checking out a film I have been waiting patiently for, "The Barn".  Its been a long motherfucking time coming, but its here, so did we enjoy it as much as I hoped we would?  Well I did, and ultimately, I am a self-gratifying creature, so I don't really care what Steve and Luke thought.  Harsh, I know.  Anyway, thanks for downloading it everyone, and we hope you dig the episode!

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Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“In Your Face”-3D In Your Face

“Too Shy”-Bliss (This)

“Harder And Faster”-Loveblast

Direct download: BTK_Ep_158_The_Barn.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 4:01pm PST

Greetings Kids, and thanks so much for checking out Episode 157 of BindTortureKast. For our FIRST episode of 2017, we decided to have a little fun and each review a film of our choosing, ALL of which were rented from, horror's newest go-to for online rentals of the extreme, underground, indie, and just flat out bizarre!  Much like we did for the last round of the "8 Films To Die For" series, we will each be giving reviews of our picks, and hoping for the best.  Regardless of how the reviews turned out be sure to head over to and check out a few films for yourself.  They have an awesome selection of films (including one by our own Wittle Wukie) and they are DIRT CHEAP to check out!  So listen to our episode, and then get your asses over there!

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);


“Dimensional Bleedthrough”-Krallice

“All That May Bleed”-Watain

“From The Depths”-Yyrkoon

Direct download: BTK_Ep157_I_Bleed_Indie_Special.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 7:52pm PST

Hey there, one and all.  Thank you ever so kindly for daring to tolerate this newest episode of BTK.  For our big One-Five-Oh, we are hitting up the new VOD release, "Trash Fire", from writer/director Richard Bates Jr.  He brought us the fantastic "Excision", and the maybe not-so-great "Suburban Gothic", so where does this one rank?  Well, we are doing it for the show, so that MAY be an indication for you.  Anyway, we love every single solitary one of you fabulous and beautiful sick fuckers, and thanks for continuing to put up with our little podcast, each month.  You guys make this a ton of fun and if I actually stop to think about the amount of episodes you have allowed us to release, besides an overwhelmingly sick feeling that I have wasted countless hours of my life and that my "legacy" equates to talking to myself for several hours each week, I am really quite humbled so thanks again everyone.  Ok, enough sappy shit, lets talk about some crazy religious kooks.

Music On Thus Episode (in order of appearance);

“Four Fifty One”-Diatribe

“Sleeping In The Fire”-Tiamat

“Religion” (Pussywhipped Mix)-Front 242

Direct download: BTK_EpOneFiveOH_TrashFire.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 8:21pm PST

Hey kids, thanks for checking out our 149th episode. For this oneI felt it was time to get Luke back on for a puss sack and eye violence-filled Mystery Show of Doom. We hope you like it, even if it is well-worn territory. Similarly to "The Poughkeepsie Tapes", I'm shocked that we HAVENT done this episode until now, so I hope we were ALL able to have release with it.

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“No One Gets Out Of Her Alive”-PIG

“The Sick”-PIG

Direct download: BTK_Ep_149_SoMuchMystery.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 8:20pm PST