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Welcome to the miserable world of BindTortureKast, a podcast that elevates horror as the art that it is.  Thanks for dropping by and be sure to subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Google Play, and most other places you listen to podcasts.  If you feel so inclined, do leave us a review wherever you like. We look forward to many more episodes and hope you will be along for the ride!

Dec 11, 2015


Thanks for choosing to download or stream the most wretched show on the internet, BindTortureKast.  We aren't the most wretched show because we are the most "FUCKIN' XTREME, DUUUUUDE!!!", but because we are literally one of the worst.  We are ok with that, and have come to terms with it.  What does that say about yourself, though?  Why do you, besides continually seeking out the most extreme and depraved horror films, choose to listen to this mess?  What are you lacking in your life that causes you to inflict this audio travesty upon yourself?  Is it that you enjoy this show, much in the way a predator enjoys watching a dying animal because it knows that it will soon have a meal?  Do you find us "insightful", or "SMRT"?  Or do you simply have no new music to listen to, or new episodes of your other favorite, better podcasts to listen to?  Well, whatever the case, we are happy you are here for our 110th episode, where we will be reviewing the infamous serial killer flick, "Angst".  Yep, we are going back to Germany.  Which Luke always loves.  Will this one bring him around, while satisfying my sweet spot?  Well, at the risk of taking that "sweet spot" comment to more perverted territory, I will stop this rambling mess now, and let you listen.

Also, the story that I referenced (that Lydia wrote) is entitled "Crocodile Rot", and you can hear the lady herself read it in its entirety if you check out Dead Cells podcast.  Its the first one (before Tokyo Ghoul).  Full text is available at, and you can also download the free .pdf or e-book!  Such a generous gal!


Music on this episode (in order of appearance);

"Fear"-Project Pitchfork

"Red Meat Attraction"-LeƦther Strip

"Go To Hell (Fuck MTV Mix)"-KMFDM