They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!

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TMBDOS! Episode 108: “Aguirre: the Wrath of God” (1972).

November 13th, 2017
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Lee and Paul are taking a journey down the Amazon this week to tackle Werner Herzog's atmospheric masterpiece "Aguirre: the Wrath of God". Lee is drunk, Paul is sober, and Kinski is out of fucking control. Listener comments and what the hosts have purchased/watched lately is also briefly covered.

"Aguirre: the Wrath of God" IMDB

Featured Music: Incidental river music & "Aguirre 1" ("L'acrime di Rei") by Popol Vuh.

TMBDOS! Intermission #21: Halloween Double Feature Ideas.

October 31st, 2017
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Lee is back for Intermission #21. Originally he was going to review a couple of horror movies that everyone else and their dead relatives have already seen and talked about, but thinking better of it, instead he decided to take a look at upcoming horror releases for 2018, and give his off-the-cuff reactions to them. Then he ends off sorting through his horror film collection and giving 12 humble suggestions for double feature watches for this Halloween night.

Movie Web's list of upcoming horror films in 2018

The City of the Dead episode on "The Vault of Horror"

Two Drink Minimum Commentaries podcast "Night of the Creeps" episode

Featured Music: "Trioxin Theme" by The Angelas & "Walk in a Nightmare" by Syd Dale.

TMBDOS! Radio: Lee Van Teeth Halloween Show 2017.

October 31st, 2017
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It's Halloween in the year 2017, and the last real Wolf Man of rock radio, Lee Van Teeth, is feeling hairy and mean. Look out fathers, he's back to corrupt your daughters. Get your drinks all swirled, and get ready for him to rock your world. Creepy hits and spooky trailers for horrific films are in abundance this year.

Be careful if listening with earbuds. The normalisation of the sound is much better this year, but it's not perfect.

Playlist:

"I'm The Wolf Man" -- Round Robin
"Sunglasses After Dark" -- The Cramps
"Rockin' Bones" -- The Cramps
"Voodoo Idol" -- The Cramps
"Frankenstein Walk" -- Gene Bowlegs Miller
"Night of the Werewolf" -- Lee Kristofferson
"Witch Hunt" -- Frog/John Cameron
"Transylvania Twist" -- Baron Daemon and the Vampires
"The Chiller" -- The Vic Plati Quintet
"The Way Out Mummy" -- Bob Ridgley
"Psycho" -- The Sonics
"The Gonk" -- The Angelas
"Devil's Plaything" -- Danzig
"Astro Zombies" -- The Misfits
"Cough/Cool" -- The Misfits
"Vampira" -- The Misfits
"Deep Sleep" -- Chance Halladay
"Ghost Party" -- Peter Van Wood
"Jackals of Botswana" -- Deadbolt
"Watongo" -- Deadbolt
"Creepy and Weird" -- Deadbolt
"The Hearse" -- Deadbolt
"The Blob" -- Sleaford Mods
"The Phantom" -- Isaac Rother & The Phantoms
"Heeby Jeebies" -- Isaac Rother & The Phantoms
"I'm a Ghost" -- Isaac Rother & The Phantoms
"Haunted House" -- Isaac Rother & The Phantoms
"Bloody Hammer" -- Rocky Erickson
"If You Have Ghosts" -- Rocky Erickson

Blood on the Tracks Episode 7: North American Slashers from the 1980s (’85-’89).

October 24th, 2017
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Episode 7 of Blood on the Tracks is here. Lee concludes his look at the soundtracks and scores of North Amercian-made slashers from the 1980s, this time covering selections from '85 to '89, while offering a few comments on the trends seen in the genre as it declined.

Playlist:

--Main Title from "A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge" (1985) -- Christopher Young
--Theme from "Dreamaniac" (1986) -- Tom Milano & Don Great
--Too Bad You're Crazy from "April Fool's Day" (1986) -- Jerry Whitman
--April Fools Day from "Slaughter High" (1986) -- Harry Manfredini
--Main Title from "Chopping Mall" (1986) -- Chuck Cirino
--Vacancy from "Mountaintop Motel Massacre" (1986) -- Ron Di Lulio
--Best Times from "Killer Party" (1986) -- Scott Shelly & Alan Brackett
--Fall Break from "The Mutilator" (1985) -- Peter Yellen
--World Without Dreams from "The Majorettes" (1987) -- Wendi Kelly
--Rock 'n' Rock Extended from "Killer Workout" (1987) -- Sunny Hilden
--Main Title Theme from "Night of the Demons" (1988) -- Dennis Michael Tenney
--Goodbye Chucky/Child's Play End Credits from "Child's Play" (1988) -- Joe Renzetti
--Straight Between the Eyes from "Sleepaway Camp II: Unhappy Campers" (1988) -- Anvil
--Darkest of the Night from "Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan" (1989) -- Metropolis

Opening and closing music: Downhill Decoy from "Danger Diabolik" by Ennio Morricone & Blonk Monster from "House by the Cemetery" by Walter Rizzati.

TMBDOS! Episode 107: “Deathdream” (1974).

October 22nd, 2017
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Lee and Paul continue their horror-filled October of 2017 by looking at the Bob Clark-directed classic "Deathdream" from 1974. The conversation revolves around how America started to change in the wake of the Vietnam war, and the changes in attitude society had towards returning soldiers in comparison to the vets of WWII. The hosts also talk about how effective or not all aspects of this low budget production come off. Some listener comments are also read.

"Deathdream" IMDB 

Watch the video for Wax Fang's "Dawn of the Dead of the Night of the Hunter" here

Featured Music: Excerpt from the score by Carl Zittrer; "Draft Resister" by Steppenwolf; "Billy's Dead" by Deadbolt; and "Dawn of the Dead of the Night of the Hunter" by Wax Fang.

TMBDOS! Intermission #20: “Nightmare” (1981)

October 15th, 2017
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Lee and Paul are on board to provide the first bit of bonus content for October 2017. They take a look at the bloody slasher film "Nightmare" (AKA "Nightmares in a Damaged Brain") from 1981. Does this video nasty still have an impact? How does it rate alongside similiar films like "Maniac" and "Don't Go into the House"? Is it a piece of shit like Tom Savini claims, whenever he's denying his involement on the film? All of this and slightly more!

"Nightmare" IMDB

Check out Lee's guest spot on Cinema Beef

Featured Music: "End Titles" by Jack Eric Williams.

TMBDOS! Episode 106: “City of the Living Dead” (1980) & “The Beyond” (1981).

October 9th, 2017
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Lee and Paul kick off October by covering the other two parts of Lucio Fulci's so-called Gates of Hell Trilogy, "City of the Living Dead" (1980) & "The Beyond" (1981). Including-in "House by the Cemetery" (which was covered here on the podcast two years ago), is this really a trilogy? Which is the best film of the three? Do any of these films make any sense? The hosts drunkenly ponder these questions inbetween several cuts from Fabio Frizzi's amazing scores for the films. They also talk about what they've watched and purchased as of late, and cover a plethora of listener comments.

City of the Living Dead IMDB

The Beyond IMDB

Featured Music: "Suoni Dissonanti"; "Apoteosi Del Mistero"; "Verso L'ignoto" & "Voci dal Nula" by Fabio Frizzi.

Blood on the Tracks Episode 6: North American Slashers from the 1980s (’80-’84).

September 30th, 2017
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Here we are for episode 6 of Blood on the Tracks. Half a year, baby! Anyway, Lee is back in the chair to kick off part one of a two part look at North American-made slasher films from the 1980s. Join Lee in this episode as he spins a playlist built off of selections from films released between 1980 to 1984. Part two ('85 to '89) coming next month!

Playlist:

--Prom Night 2 from "Prom Night" (1980) -- Paul Zaza & Carl Zittrer
--Amanda's Nightmare from "Curtains" (1983) -- Paul Zaza
--The Ballad Of Harry Warden from "My Bloody Valentine" (1981) -- Paul Zaza
--A Killer Aboard from "Terror Train" (1981) -- John Mills Cockell
--Halloween II Theme from "Halloween II" (1981) -- John Carpenter & Alan Howarth
--On the Prowl from "Final Exam" (1981) -- Gary S. Scott
--Slayrider from "Silent Night, Deadly Night" (1984) -- Morgan Aimes
--Sail Away, Tiny Sparrow from "Friday the 13th" (1980) -- Harry Manfredini & Angela Rotella
--Theme From Friday The 13th Part 3 from "Friday The 13th Part 3" (1982) -- Harry Manfredini
--Song of Madman Marz from "Madman" (1982) -- Gary Sales
--Opening theme from "Just Before Dawn" (1981) -- Brad Fiedel
--Theme From The Burning from "The Burning" (1981) -- Rick Wakeman
--You're Just What I've Been Looking For (Angela's Theme) from "Sleepaway Camp" (1982) -- Frank Vinci
--Main Title from "Slumber Party Massacre" (1982) -- Ralph Jones
--Maniac's Theme (Main Titles) from "Maniac" (1980) -- Jay Chattaway

Opening and closing music: Downhill Decoy from "Danger Diabolik" by Ennio Morricone & Blonk Monster from "House by the Cemetery" by Walter Rizzati.

TMBDOS! Episode 105: “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” (1974).

September 25th, 2017
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The whole gang is back (well, eventually) to take a look at the classic horror film "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre", in honour of the recent death of director Tobe Hooper. A general talk about all aspects of the film and its importance in film history are discussed at length, as well as Hooper's legacy. Also, several recent listener comments are addressed.

"The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" IMDB

Featured Music: "Chain Saw" by The Ramones & "Fool for a Blonde" by Roger Bartlett. Opening narration from the film read by John Larroquette.

 

TMBDOS! Intermission #19: The Harry Dean Stand-in.

September 18th, 2017
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No regular episode this week, but Lee managed to work in an Intermission episode. What's he been doing, what's coming up on the podcast next, and what's on board for the month of October? All of this is covered as well as reviews of "Fracture" (2007), "Under the Shadow" (2016), and "Outland" (1981). There's also a brief mention of the death of Frank Vincent and a bit more talk about the death of Harry Dean Stanton.

"Fracture" IMDB

"Under the Shadow" IMDB 

"Outland" IMDB

City of the Dead podcast

Cinema Beef Podcast

Featured Music: "Hey Tonight" by Creedence Clearwater Revival; "That Feel" by Tom Waits; and "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" by Harry Dean Stanton.

TMBDOS! Episode 104: “Re-Animator” (1985).

September 7th, 2017
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Lee and Daniel are back to finish-off this run of H.P. Lovecraft adaptations with a fairly in-depth discussion about Stuart Gordon's "Re-Animator" (1985). Also on deck are two short films: "The Call of Cthulhu" (2005) & "Out of Mind: The Stories of H.P. Lovecraft" - the former being an adaptation of Lovecraft's story, done in the style of a 1920s-era silent film; the latter being both an adaptation of "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward", as well as an exploration of Lovecraft's themes and general thoughts behind what he wrote and why. Of course, the usual talk of what the hosts have been watching as of late is also here.

"Re-Animator" IMDB
"The Call of Cthulhu" IMDB
"Out of Mind: The Stories of H.P. Lovecraft" IMDB
City of the Dead's episode on "Asylum"
Cinema Beef Podcast
Wrong With Authority's episode on "Martin" & "The Crazies"
The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society
The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast

Featured Music: "Main Title" ("The Call of Cthulhu") by Ben Holbrook & "Prologue/Main Title" ("Re-Animator") by Richard Band.

Featured dialogue excerpts from "Out of Mind: The Stories of H.P. Lovecraft".

Blood on the Tracks Episode 5: Werewolf Films.

August 31st, 2017
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Episode 5 of Blood on the Tracks features the hosting talents of TMBDOS!'s wild man himself, the last true wolf man of rock and roll, LEE VAN TEETH! Join ol' Lee as he guides you though some fine selections from the soundtracks and scores of his favourite werewolf films. Beware, listening to the wolfman has been known to get ear pussies preggers. Use protection: wear your flea collars!

Playlist:

--Main Theme from "Werewolves on Wheels" (1971) -- Don Gere
--Main Title from the unused score for "Wolfen" (1981) -- Craig Safan
--Making the Silver Bullet & Teamwork/Milt's Greenhouse from "Silver Bullet" (1985) -- Jay Chattaway
--Music Excerpts from "The Beast Must Die" (1974) -- Douglas Gamley
--Transformation, Doctor's Orders & End Title from "The Howling" (1981) -- Pino Donaggio
--Lycanthrope and Wulver from "Wolfcop" (2014) -- Shooting Guns
--The Boy and the Devil from "The Company of Wolves" (1984) -- George Fenton
--Main Title from "The Curse of the Werewolf" (1961) -- Benjamin Frankel
--Ginger Snaps Theme from "Ginger Snaps" (2000) -- Michael Shields
--Howling Theme from "The Howling 2: Your Sister Is a Werewolf" (1985) -- Steve Parsons & Babel

Opening and closing music: Downhill Decoy from "Danger Diabolik" by Ennio Morricone & Blonk Monster from "House by the Cemetery" by Walter Rizzati. Lee Van Teeth's theme: I'm the Wolf Man by Round Robin.

TMBDOS! Episode 103: “From Beyond” (1986).

August 21st, 2017
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Back for more Lovecraft-inspired weirdness this week, Lee and Daniel jump headfirst into the kinky, goo-covered Stuart Gordon adaptation "From Beyond" (1986). There's lots of conversation about how effectively the film adapts and branches out from the original source material, and if it manages to effectively balance the BDSM elements and special effects with Lovecraft's central themes. Lovecraft's own fears and thoughts on race and sexuality are also briefly talked about. Aside from that, some opening talk about what the hosts have watched is also included.

"From Beyond" IMDB

Slaughter Film's episode on "From Beyond"

Featured Music: "Main Title" by Richard Band.

TMBDOS! Episode 102: “The Resurrected” (1991).

August 13th, 2017
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Lee and Paul are back to check out another H.P. Lovecraft-inspired film. This time it's the fairly obscure "The Resurrected" (1991). Although this is a shorter than usual episode, the hosts go over how close the film does or does not stick to the source material , "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward", and Lee has added some clips of him reading short excerpts from the story.

"The Resurrected" IMDB

Featured Music: "Back From the Dead" by the Adverts; "Ain't No Grave" by Johnny Cash & "You Only Live Twice" by Nancy Sinatra.

TMBDOS! Episode 101: “Necronomicon” (1993).

August 7th, 2017
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Lee and Paul are here (but not really sober) this week to kick off a run of episodes looking at H. P. Lovecraft-inspired films. In this episode they check out the somewhat overlooked "Necronomicon" (1993). Does this horror anthology manage to live up to the lofty term "Lovecraftian"? Regardless, is it any good? Also covered: what they've watched as of late and/or purchased, and Paul SINGS for your entertainment. Yes, that's right.

"Necronomicon" IMDB

Featured Music: "Die, Die My Darling" by the Misfits and "Because The Dawn/Blood Theme" by Daniel Licht.

Blood on the Tracks Episode 4: Italian Horror.

July 31st, 2017
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Episode four of Blood on the Tracks takes a trip overseas to explore the land of Gialli, cannibals, Mario Bava, and Hollywood rip-offs. That's right, it's the vast landscape of Italian horror cinema. Lee found himself down another rabbit hole this month, making some difficult decisions on what did and did not manage to make the cut for the show. Put on some black gloves and a trenchcoat, badly dub your voice, and try not to impale your eyeballs on sharp objects.

Playlist:

--Main Theme from "Deep Red" (1975) -- Goblin
--Sighs from "Susperia" (1977) -- Goblin
--A Bay of Blood (Titles) from "A Bay of Blood" (1971) -- Stelvio Cipriani
--Too Risky A Day For A Regatta from "Tentacles" (1977) -- Stelvio Cipriani
--The Light from "The Antichrist" (1974) -- Ennio Morricone
--Main Title from "Zombi 2" (1979) -- Fabio Frizzi
--I Remember from "House by the Cemetery" (1981) -- Walter Rizzati
--Walt Monster End from "House by the Cemetery" (1981) -- Walter Rizzati
--Blonk Fascia from "House by the Cemetery" (1981) -- Walter Rizzati
--Main Theme from "Hell of the Living Dead" (1980) -- Luis Bacalov
--Sabba(Sequence 2) from "All the Colors of the Dark" (1972) -- Bruno Nicolai
--Main Title from "Cannibal Holocaust" (1980) -- Riz Ortolani

Opening and closing music: Downhill Decoy from "Danger Diabolik" by Ennio Morricone & Blonk Monster from "House by the Cemetery" by Walter Rizzati.

TMBDOS! Intermission #18.

July 20th, 2017
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Lee comes back with an intermission episode. In this episode he runs down what's been going on and what to expect from the podcast in the near future. He plugs three podcasts he's been listening to as of late, and then he moves on to give short reviews of two films he recently watched: "Hard Times" (1975) & "Who'll Stop the Rain" (1978). There's also a special guest appearance by Lee Van Teeth!

"Hard Times" IMDB
"Who'll Stop the Rain" IMDB

Hello from the Magic Tavern
The Grindbin Podcast
Wych vs the Doomsday Clock

Featured Music: "Dropout Boogie" by Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band; "Stop and Look (And You Have Found Love)" by The Delfonics; "May The Circle Remain Unbroken" by The 13th Floor Elevators; and "La Caccia" by Goblin.

TMBDOS! Episode 100: “Night of the Living Dead” (1968) Commentary.

July 10th, 2017
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They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! has finally reached 100 official episodes! To celebrate, Lee, Daniel and the returning Paul take a gander at the George Romero classic "Night of the Living Dead" (1968). It's a full-on drunken commentary for the film. While they are not sure if they provided any original insights, the hosts at least had a lot of fun sitting back and chatting about the film. Also, before watching the film, they cover a couple of pieces of listener feedback and talk a bit about what they've most enjoyed about the first 100 episodes, and which were their favourites.

For your convenience, you have the option of either listening to the official 100th episode, or you can download the stand-alone commentary track here. Or, if so inclined, you can watch the commentary track put over an existing copy of the film on Youtube here.

"Night of the Living Dead" IMDB

Featured Music: "Ghouls Night Out" & "Night of the Living Dead" by The Misfits.

They Must Be Destroyed On Sight! Commentary #3: “Night of the Living Dead” (1968).

July 10th, 2017
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This is the bare-bones commentary track for George A Romero's classic black & white horror film from 1968, "Night of the Living Dead". This track can also be found as part of our official 100th episode of TMBDOS!. This version is provided for the sake of convenience, so you can just jump right into the commentary. You can also listen to this track with an uploaded copy of the film on YouTube here.

"Night of the Living Dead" IMDB

TMBDOS! Episode 99: “Jackie Brown” (1997).

July 3rd, 2017
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Lee and Daniel have finally made it to the end of the podcast's extended series on crime films with a massive episode on Quentin Tarantino's 1997 adaptation of Elmore Leonard's crime novel "Rum Punch". That's right, time to talk some Pam Grier in "Jackie Brown"! Is it QT's best film? Is it the best modern era crime film? Is this Grier's best work? Is Spike Lee an ass for being critical of the liberal use of the dreaded "N" word? All of this and much more is discussed at length, including a longer-than-usual talk about what they've watched as of late. Forgive them, as it's been a while since they've recorded together, so there was a lot of catching up to do.

"Jackie Brown" IMDB

Featured Music: "Long Time Woman" by Pam Grier; "The Lion and the Cucumber" by The Vampire's Sound Incorporation; "Cissy Strut" by The Meters; and "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)" by The Delfonics.

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