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

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

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

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 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

Happy motherfucking Halloween everyone, and thanks for spending th best holiday of the year with us, BindTortureKast.  Or at least, listening to our "Halloween episode".  Not sure why I am calling it a Halloween episode.  Lets see, it was recorded a few weeks before Halloween, the film we are covering has NOTHING to do with Halloween, and Luke did not even give himself a pumpkin-spice enema like he promised he would.  Oh well.  Its HALLOWEEN TIME, right?  So lets celebrate.  We were looking for the right film to do but we just weren't finding it, so rather than just pick a random shitty Halloween themed film to review, we decided to do something I personally have been saving for a rainy day just like this one.  Luke felt the same way, and Steve is just so nice that he went along with it.  Kids, for this episode, we are covering the notorious (and notoriously unreleased) film, "The Poughkeepsie Tapes".  We hope you enjoy the episode, and be sure to head on over to Youtube and watch this movie for free since whatever powers-that-be are still choosing to not release this awesome movie.

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);


“Buried Alive”-Frontline Assembly

“New York, New York”-Devin Townsend

Direct download: BTK_Ep_148_TPT.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 5:17pm PST

Hello everyone, and thank you for listening to Episode 147 of BindTortureKast.  This episode is unlike anything I have ever done, and I really hope you guys enjoy it.  It IS an official entry into our "Awful Mystery Show Of Doom" series, and as she has graciously done a few times before, I am being joined by the ALWAYS-wonderful Lydia from the Dead Air Podcast.  I would love to say more, but really just want everyone to listen to this one.  So quit reading, and start listening.  And when you're done, head on over to and listen to the Dead Air Podcast.  Already listened to them all?  Well, give them another spin.  Unlike the non-Lydia episodes of BTK, THEY actually hold up well!

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

"Corpse Party" (BD Version)-Mao Hamamoto

"Canada"-Devin Townsend

Be sure to drop by Lydia's site,  Check her out all over the usual social media places, and prepare your britches for her upcoming books "Nightface 2", "PrayLiedEve 2" and whatever else we are all lucky enough to get from her! Ya heathens!

Direct download: BTK_Ep_147_MSOD.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 1:28pm PST

Good gOd...we have finally arrived.  BTK, Episode 146, "The Greasy Strangler".  No sense in dragging this out.  I have been so amped for this movie, so just listen to the episode.  Reading portion: complete.  Except for the next part.

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

“Lexus”-Devin Townsend

“Farther On”-Devin Townsend

“Stormbending”-Devin Townsend

(No film-related reason for all of the DT songs.  I just like his new album a shit-ton.  So fuck off.)

Direct download: BTK_Ep146_TGS.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 12:56pm PST

Hello there.  How are you doing?  Bad?  Why "bad"?  Oh, it must be because you've already listened to the 145th episode of this fucking wretched show, BindTortureKast. I am sorry for you.  For the REST of you; as part of my never-ending quest to alienate everyone and ensure nobody will ever like us or consider us "cool" enough to be "REAL horror" fans, I have decided that we would be reviewing "The Road" this week.  No, its not "The Road" film based on that book that had everyone talking some years ago.  The one with that guy, from that trilogy.  With the elves and stuff.  Not THAT one.  No, this one was a Filipino flick with the same name, directed by a young guy named Yam Laranas, and it also had a few people talking back when it was having its initial screenings some years back.  I saw it, I dug it, and besides the bullshit I listed above, there is a very specific reason I wanted to do it for this week.  Feel free to skip it and come back next week (or never at all), but hopefully you guys dig this episode.

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

“Not In A Lifetime”-Every New Dead Ghost

“The Road From Recovery”-Woe

"Threshold Of The Miraculous"-Blut aus Nord

Direct download: BTK_Ep_145_The_Road.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 12:54pm PST

Hello everybody, and welcome to the 144th episode of the world's shittiest podcast (seriously, we have taken polls), BindTortureKast.  For this one, we are checking out the new flick, "I Am Not A Serial Killer".  Have you seen it?  No?  Well maybe you should, before you listen to us (or at lest me) go on about how cool it is.  Once you have, c'mon back and you'll gasp in horror as our views don't mirror your own.  You may think we are "fake horror fans" or "poseurs", and you'd be right.  We actually FUCKING HATE horror films.  These last 3+ years and 144 episodes have all been a way for us to come to terms with how scared of horror (and life) we are.  We think you people are weird, what with your tattoos and your pierced everythings.  We hear you are all the Devil's children, dancing in the moonlight, dousing your tiddly-bits in goat's blood, speaking in tongues.  Smoking your drugs.  You should all be ashamed.

Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

“Craving For Another Killing”-Hypocrisy

“The Kill”-Birmingham 6

“Kill The Assholes”-S.O.D

Direct download: BTK_Ep_144_IANASK.m4a
Category:Horror Reviews -- posted at: 12:53pm PST