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BindTortureKast

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!

Oct 7, 2019

Hey everyone, and thanks for checking out Episode 255 of BTK.  For this one, we are reviewing Get My Gun, a little exploitation throwback film that quietly released to DVD earlier this year.  Following a Shudder grab, more people have gotten to see it so we figured we would weigh in on it to start our reviews for...


Sep 29, 2019

 Hello one and all, and welcome to episode 254 of BTK.  For this one, Luke and I are checking out the short films, "Pig" and "1334", both directed and distributed by Cult Epics main man, Niko B.  These are some infamous little films that, until recently, were harder to get your hands on in any kind of cost-effective...


Sep 23, 2019

Greetings everyone.  For the 253rd episode of BTK, we are reviewing something that I consider to be, hands down, the most revolting and disturbing film Ive ever seen.  Now if that isn't a sell, I dont know what is.  Yes, we are reviewing Dora's "Carcinoma" for this episode, and I will try and brush the mental scars...


Aug 22, 2019

Hey gang and thanks for checking out episode 252 of BTK.  For this episode we are reviewing a newer Unearthed Films acquisition, "A Record Of Sweet Murder".  Its from the director who brought us "Grotesque", "Carved", and "Sadako vs. Kayako", so obviously, I was pretty excited to see this one.  Hopefully you guys were...


Aug 4, 2019

Hey everyone and thanks for joining us for the first episode of 80’s In August 2019. “What is this ‘80’s in August’ nonsense?”, you ask? Well, it’s a complete bullshit excuse of a theme month that came about because I’m lazy and thought a theme month would make picking films easier. So I saw that August...