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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!

Visit thebarnmerch.com to support this one, folks!

 

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
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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 ibleedindie.com, 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 ibleedindie.com 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
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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
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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 a...mutual 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
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Hello everyone, and thank you for checking out the FINAL episode of BTK for 2016.  As has been the case in previous years, this year we are focusing on our Worst, Most Disappointing, and BEST films of the year.  It was one hell of a year for horror, and we hope you guys enjoy this show, as it took at least a few years off of my life.  Its about sacrifice folks!  Thanks for another awesome year from your pals at BTK, and we are looking forward to bothering you more in 20171

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“Death Squad”-Perturbator

“Awful Fall”-Stolen Babies

“Failure”-Devin Townsend

“Darling”- Giona Ostinelli

“Excess Flesh”-Jonathan Snipes

Direct download: BTK_Ep_156_2016_WrapUp.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 8:18pm PST
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Hello everyone, and welcome to the 155th episode of BindTortureKast.  Two things; One, for our last review episode of 2016, we are reviewing 2015's "A Christmas Horror Story".  Two, thats about all we are doing.  You see, dear listener, I am cheap. Plain and simple, and rather than spring for more space this month, I decided that our Year End episode just needed to be two hours and twenty goddamned minutes long, and as such, it ate a bunch of hosting space this month.  Space, I am unwilling to buy more of, so this episode will just be a review.  No nonsense, no news, no boring lists of sad films we've watched.  Just us reviewing this fun anthology, so get yer nuts roastin', and enjoy!

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“Village”-Skinny Puppy

“Canucklehead”-Devin Townsend

Direct download: BTK_Ep_155_AChristmasHorrorStory.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 8:15pm PST
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Well, hello there, and welcome to episode 154 of BindTortureKast.  Why do I always say "welcome to..." and then give the episode number?  I mean, you aren't really going to it, like its some sort of destination or anything.  Its an intangible audio file that you are either streaming or downloading.  Its not a place to go, or a cozy house to walk into.  Its this thing that you choose to listen to each week, or once a in a while (in inhuman amounts) for you procrastinators.  I'm just that unoriginal that,rather than come up with a new intro to these weekly show descriptions, I just regurgitate the same tired shit, over, and over, and over, and over...

Like this show does.

One thing that DOES NOT lack originality is this week's film choice, "Evolution", from director Lucile Hadzihalilovic.  Its awesome, and if you haven't yet experienced this little nightmare, than I suggest you get on that shit, fool!  You will either love it and thank me later, or you will hate it and will have one more reason to say that BTK has run out of steam and that we review "shitty" horror films, "not like when they started!".  For you "true" horror fans, don't worry, phase 3 of BTK will be entirely done as youtube video reviews. It will be the three of us, all wearing awesome black ski masks, sitting in front of a rack of "REALLL FUCKIN' XXXXTREEEEME DVD's" (in our parents' basements), and posters of "Cannibal Holocaust" (in our parents' basements), "NEKRomantik" (in our parents basements) and any number of proudly-displayed Lucifer Valentine movies (in our parents' basements).  It will be awesome (in our parent's basements) and I will rest so much easier knowing that a small amount of imbeciles will be that much more pleased by our masquerading as idiots instead of doing what we enjoy.  Coming soon kids, coming soon...

 

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“Hadopelagic” Omen Of The Deep”-The Ocean

“Demersal: Cognitive Dissonance”-The Ocean

“Benthic: The Origin Of Our Wishes”-The Ocean

 

Direct download: BTK_Ep_154_Evolution.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 8:15pm PST
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Hello one and all, and welcome to the 153rd episode of BindTortureKast.  For this one, we are having our say with "The Eyes Of My Mother", which seems to be all the rage in the indie scene right now. Rightfully so, I may add, as its pretty damn cool.  Did Steve and Luke think so?  Well, thats what the episode is for, to let you know these things.  Yep, an entire 2+ hour episode of insane ramblings from three deluded individuals who actually think that their opinions even slightly matter.  Well, thanks for listening, and thereby, enabling us to continue living in fantasy-land.  True story, when I was a kid, I became infatuated with the number 153.  I don't know why, it was just one of those things a child's mind latched onto.  It became unbearable for all of those around me, and more than once, (speaking of mothers) my mother drove me to the crackhead part of town and just left me there to escape my consistent talk of the number 153.  She apologized about all of that recently, and then I informed her that it had been exactly 153 days since she had last spoken to me.  That was the last time she took one of my calls.  152 days ago.  Maybe I will drop by tomorrow.

*Also, please excuse me incorrectly speaking the title of a book I supposedly love  it's called "People Live Still In Cashtown Corners", NOT "People Still Live in Cashtown Corners". I do this every time and I'm terribly sorry for my almost-infinite reserve of ineptitude.*

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“Mind Your Eyes”-Stolen Babies

“Distorted Eyes”-Red Harvest

“I Close My Eyes”-Clan Of Xymox

Direct download: BTK_Ep_153_TEOMM.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 8:14pm PST
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Well hello there! Thanks for mistakenly stumbling across another wretched episode of BindTortureKast.  For this, our 152nd journey into film discussion, we are checking out a little film that not nearly enough people are talking about, "She Who Must Burn".  It first came across my radar over a year ago, and only recently got a VOD and DVD release.  So watch it.  Then listen to this episode.  Or don't listen, and just watch the movie (but thanks for the download anyway).  Only a few more episodes left for 2016, kids.  Thanks for listening...

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

 “I Am God”-Negativland

“Celestial Violence”-Ihsahn

“He Who Sought The Fire”-Emperor

Direct download: BTK_Ep_152_SWMB.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 8:13pm PST
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Greetings everyone, and thanks for checking out the 151st episode of BindTortureKast.  This is the one where Luke and I review "The Monster", the newest film from Bryan Bertino.  More importantly though, this is the episode where Steve doesn't show up.  Supposedly, there was a wire crossed about which film we were reviewing.  Thats the OFFICIAL reason why he doesn't join us for a review of this awesome film.  The REAL reason may have more to do with his crippling addiction to Elder Scrolls Online.  We don't hear from him anymore, he leaves his house even less now, and the stank...my god, the stank.  Ladies and gentlemen, if you or anyone you know suffers from this horrid affliction, please, seek help now.  Call 866-869-4530, and a specialist can answer all of your questions.  This is a real problem, folks.  Now if you'll excuse me, I have to play some PS4 Pro.

Music On This Episode (in order of appearance);

“Monsters”-Switchblade Symphony

“A Monster”-Waveshaper

“Karma Monster”-Project Pitchfork

Direct download: BTK_Ep_151_The_Monster.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 8:12pm PST
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