They Must Be Destroyed On Sight!


TMBDOS! Episode 146: “The Transporter” (2002).

December 17th, 2018


The same crew as last week comes back to talk about another action film. Lee, Daniel, Scott and Greg (again with his nudity report in tow) discuss 2002's "The Transporter" and how it works as both an action film and as a kick-off as a franchise for Jason Statham. The hosts also talk about what they've watched as of late.

The Transporter IMDB

Check out Scott's Guilty Pleasues Cinema at these places:


Check out the wrestling podcast Scott and Lee are a part of, Jobber Radio

Watch "Trashcans of Terror" 

Featured Music: "Interrogation with Inspector" by Stanley Clarke & "Fighting Man" by D.J. Pone & Drixxxe.

TMBDOS! Episode 145: “The Rundown” (2003).

December 9th, 2018


In this episode Daniel continues to program the movies we review, thus this week we really go out of our wheelhouse and check out a more modern action film, starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, "The Rundown" (2003). Greg makes a return from the last episode as a special guest host, and Lee's friend and fellow podcaster, Scott Summerton, makes his first appearance as a guest host on the show. So, of course, he gets to play the Movie God Game! Listener comments are also covered.

The Rundown IMDB

Check out Scott's Guilty Pleasues Cinema at these places:


Check out the wrestling podcast Scott and Lee are a part of, Jobber Radio

Featured Music: "Don't Take Your Guns to Town" by Johnny Cash & "Get Ur Freak On" by Missy Elliot.

TMBDOS! Episode 144: “Commando” (1985) & “The Running Man” (1987).

December 3rd, 2018


Lee and Daniel are joined this week by two special guests. Podcaster, and past guest, Gary Hill comes on along with long-time listener and friend of Lee's, Greg Bielawski. In this episode they dig into two films starring Arnold Schwarzenegger from his peak period: "Commando" (1985), and "The Running Man" (1987). Muscles, one-liners, over-the-top action and body counts are pondered by the hosts. Also, Greg gets to play the Movie God Game, and the hosts talk about what they've watched as of late. Feeling dead tired? Why not listen to the show and let off some steam?

"Commando" IMDB

"The Running Man" IMDB

Find Gary Hill on these fine podcasts:

Cinema Beef
Sloppy Seconds
Two Drink Minimum Commentaries

Check out Gary's Fleas & Flicks Charity Auction

Featured Music: "Don't Distrub My Friend" by James Horner, "Commando" by The Ramones & "Intro/Bakersfield" by Harold Faltermeyer.

Blood on the Tracks Episode 18: 1980s Sword & Sorcery Films Part 1 (1980-’84).

December 1st, 2018


Blood on the Tracks is back after a break to continue the show's journey through the soundtracks and scores of films good or bad. This month Lee kicks off part one of a two-part look at music from 1980s Sword & Sorcery films. In part one he covers selections from films that were released between 1980 to 1984. Get out your loincloth, draw your sword, and start this aural quest with him!


--Hawk the Slayer & Voltan the Dark One from "Hawk the Slayer" (1980) -- Harry Robinson
--Medusa from "Clash of the Titans" (1980) -- Laurence Rosenthal
--Forest Romp/No Sorcerers, No Dragons/Maiden Sacrifice from "Dragonslayer" (1981) -- Alex North
--O Fortuna from "Excalibur" (1981) -- Carl Orff
--Lady of the Lake from "Excalibur" (1981) -- Trevor Jones
--Discovery/Transformation/Den and the Green Ball & Fighting from "Heavy Metal" (1981) -- Elmer Bernstein
--The Beastmaster from "The Beastmaster" (1982) -- Erich Kunzel
--Anvil of Crom, Theology - Civilization & Battle of the Mounds from "Conan the Barbarian" (1982) -- Basil Poledouris
--Castle Chase from "The Sword and the Sorcerer" (1982) -- David Whitaker
--Main Theme from "Conquest" (1983) -- Claudio Simonetti
--The Widow's Web from "Krull" (1983) -- James Horner

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

TMBDOS! Episode 143: “F for Fake” (1974).

November 26th, 2018


Welcome back to TMBDOS - They Must Be Decorated On Sight! Yes, It's your hosts Lee, Daniel and special guest Jack Graham giving you the best podcast on decorations of all types. Expect tips, tricks, and news about decoration innovations for all occasions. This week the hosts cover the history of Victorian Christmas decorations.

Actually, that was all a lie. The hosts are really here to talk about the late period Orson Welles film "F For Fake" (1974). Daniel and Jack are both big Welles nerds and they dominate the conversation this week as they gush over how brilliant it all is, while Lee sits in the middle trying to sort out his thoughts and trying to avoid being the receptacle for this Welles appreciation bukkake. What the hosts have watched as of late is also covered.

"F for Fake" IMDB

Find Jack Graham in these places:

Shabogan Graffiti 

Featured Music: "Lie to Me" by Tom Waits & "Orson's Theme" by the Michel Legrand Orchestra.

TMBDOS! Episode 142: “The Other Side of the Wind” (2018).

November 19th, 2018


Lee and Daniel talk about Orson Welles' long-unfinished and unreleased film "The Other Side of the Wind" (2018), which is now available on Netflix. There's just so much to dig into here that the hosts do their best to balance talk about its long and complicated history with talk about if it's any good. A listener comment is read and the hosts also mention the passing of William Goldman.

The Other Side of the Wind IMDB

Featured Music: "Music to Watch Girls By" by Tony Hatch & "Fruit & Icebergs" by Blue Cheer.

TMBDOS! Episode 141: “The Last Wave” (1977).

November 13th, 2018


Lee and Daniel try to keep their heads above water while exploring Dream-time in Peter Weir's "The Last Wave" (1977). Can they make sense of what the film is trying to say about the relationships between colonial powers and decimated native populations, especially those found in Australia? Does the movie even know what it's trying to do? The hosts also respond to listener comments and play an interesting variation of the Movie God Game.

"The Last Wave" IMDB

Interview with Peter Weir about "The Last Wave"

The Wrong With Authority Podcast

Featured Music: "Driving Home" & "The Descent" by Charles Wain.

TMBDOS! Episode 140: “Then I Took an Arrow to the Knee”.

November 5th, 2018


Originally Lee and Daniel were going to cover "The Last Wave", but Lee sustained a real life knee injury that prevented his prep-work. So the hosts decided to record an informal chat about what they've been watching as of late, and opened up to the listeners for some questions, which they answer on the second half of the show. There's lots of random asides and a bare minimum of editing in this one, which is essentially just an extended version of the usual opening bit of TMBDOS!. If you can't get past "umms", "ahhhs", "like" and big pauses, then it's best you skip it altogether.

Underwater Kaiju from Outer Space Podcast

Featured Music: Excerpt from the score for "The Cheerleaders" by The Honeyboys & "Wounded Knee" by Primus.


October 31st, 2018


Halloween, 2018, and the Wolfman is back, ready to give you a horror rock panic attack! Join Lee Van Teeth for another two hours of music and mania, in order to make your Halloween perfect for exposing the inner canine in ya!

Listening with earbuds not encouraged.


"I'm the Wolfman" -- Round Robin
"The Face Of Time" -- Plague
"Marble Orchard" -- The Graveyard Five
"Voodoobilly Man" -- Deadbolt
"Voodoo Moonshine" -- Deadbolt
"The Witch" -- The Rattles
"Season of the Witch" -- Donovan
"Am I Evil?" -- Diamondhead
"Ghouls Night Out" -- The Misfits
"Hollywood Babylon" -- The Misfits
"Return of the Fly" -- The Misfits
"Black Sabbath" -- Black Sabbath
"Black Sabbath" -- Coven
"London After Midnight" -- Gein and the Graverobbers
"I Was a Teenage Creature" -- Lord Luther
"Meet the Creeper" -- Destroy All Monsters
"Frankenstomp" -- Satan's Pilgrims
"The Mummy's Bracelet" -- Lee Ross
"My Daddy is a Vampire" -- The Meteors
"Victims of the Vampire" -- Slaughter and the Dogs
"Creature from the Black Leather Lagoon" -- The Cramps
"Billy the Monster" -- The Deviants
"Two Souls" -- The Grim Reepers
"Daemon Lover" -- Shocking Blue
"I Think of Demons" -- Roky Erickson
"Don't Shake Me Lucifer" -- Roky Erickson
"N.I.B." -- Black Sabbath

TMBDOS! Episode 139: “The Ghost Galleon” (1974) & “Night of the Seagulls” (1975).

October 22nd, 2018


Lee and Daniel finish their look at the Amando de Ossorio Blind Dead films with 1974's "The Ghost Galleon" & 1975's "Night of the Seagulls". Is "Ghost Galleon" really the worst of the Blind Dead films? If so, is it any good at all? Did Ossorio mange to perfect the formula with "Seagulls"? How would the hosts remake the Blind Dead films if they had the chance? All of this and more in this episode!

"The Ghost Galleon" IMDB 

"Night of the Seagulls" IMDB 

Featured Music: "Ghost Galleon" by Iron Dogs; excerpts from the score for "The Night of the Seagulls" by Antón García Abril; and "Night of the Seagulls" by Cathedral.

Cinema Psyops/TMBDOS! Crossover: “Mansion of the Living Dead” (1982).

October 22nd, 2018


For the first time in TMBDOS! history one of our guest apperances on another podcast makes it onto the TMBDOS! feed. That's because Cort and Matt of Cinema Psyops invited the whole crew over to help them talk about Jess Franco's "Mansion of the Living Dead" (1982). Lee, Daniel and Paul help them ponder if this really has anything to do with the Blind Dead films, or is it just a well-paid vacation for Franco as he films his future wife, Lina Romay, having tons of lesbian sex? Can the hosts stop making crude sex jokes about sexual fetishes? All we know for sure is that this crossover episode of CINEMA PSYOPS MUST BE DESTROYED ON SIGHT!

"Mansion of the Living Dead" IMDB 

Cinema Psyops Podcast 

TMBDOS! Episode 138: “Tombs of the Blind Dead” (1972) & “Return of the Evil Dead” (1973).

October 15th, 2018


Lee and Daniel are joined by the fantastic Cort Psyops of the Cinema Psyops and Obsessive Cinema Discourse podcasts to tackle the first two entries into Amando de Ossorio's Blind Dead series "Tombs of the Blind Dead" (1972) & "Return of the Evil Dead" (1973). This is the first part of a collab with Cinema Psyops, as some or all of the TMBDOS! crew will in turn join Cort and his co-host Matt on Cinema Psyops to check out the Blind Dead rip-off film from Jess Franco, "Mansion of the Living Dead" (1982). TMBDOS! will cover the final two entries of the Blind Dead series in the next episode.

As well as just talking the films, in this episode the hosts discuss porn parody, facism, and how to remake the Blind Dead films. Cort also gets to play the Movie God game, which leads to possible tension between Dan and Cort when we discover that Quentin Tarantino might be movie Hitler. Listener comments and what Cort has watched as of late are also covered.

Check out Cort's podcasts:

Cinema Psyops

Obsessive Cinema Discourse

Tombs of the Blind Dead IMDB

Return of the Evil Dead IMDB

Featured Music: excerpts from the score for "Tombs..." by Antón García Abril.

TMBDOS! Episode 137: “Caltiki, the Immortal Monster” (1959).

October 8th, 2018


Lee and Daniel check out a slightly obscure Italian-USA co-production from 1959; the Riccardo Freda & Mario Bava-directed "Caltiki, The Immortal Monster". Is this post-"The Blob" blob monster film any good? Better than "The Blob"? Or is it just a load of tripe? The special effects, sweaty breasts, and dissolved jerk-off hands are somehow brought up in the conversation. What the hosts have watched lately and a listener comment is also covered.

"Caltiki, The Immortal Monster" IMDB

8 out of 10 10 Cats Does Countdown playlist

Featured music: "Distruzione" & "Prologo E Titoli" by Roberto Nicolosi.

TMBDOS! Episode 136: “Dead & Buried” (1981).

October 1st, 2018


Lee is joined by the host of one of the best horror movie podcasts out there (as well as a plethroa of other quality horror and non-horror podcasts) Duncan McLeish, host of The Podcast Under the Stairs. Together they tackle Gary Sherman's "Dead & Buried" from 1981. A video nasty in the UK, and hamstrung by the decisions the producers made behind the scenes, the film had little chance of success when first released. The hosts dive in and decide if it's best forgotten or if it's a classic that more people should seek out. Also, a pre-recorded mini-review from Paul is spliced in, and Duncan plays a round of the Movie God Game, which may very well have taken years off his life!

"Dead & Buried" IMDB

Check out Duncan at:

The Podcast Under the Stairs 

Duncan and Bo Come Correct 

Featured Music: "Moonlight Serenade" by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, and "Main Theme" by Joe Renzetti.

Blood on the Tracks Episode 17: Fifteen of Lee’s Favourite Horror Selections.

September 29th, 2018


Before taking a month off from Blood on the Tracks to make way for the Wolfman, Lee Van Teeth, to do his Halloween show next month, Lee decided to drop some selections from his favourite horror film scores into your ear holes (now with a lot less talking!).


--The Lament Configuration from "Hellraiser" (1989) -- Christopher Young
--Children of the New Dawn from "Mandy" (2018) -- Jóhann Jóhannsson
--Bus Station from "Near Dark" (1989) -- Tangerine Dream
--The Reckoning from "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" (1978) -- Denny Zeitlin
--It Was Always You, Helen from "Candyman" (1992) -- Philip Glass
--Main Titles from "The Changeling" (1980) -- Howard Blake
--Tema Bambino from "The House by the Cemetery" (1981) -- Walter Rizzati
--Take a Walk from "Return of the Living Dead" (1985) -- Tall Boys
--Humanity Part 2 from "The Thing" (1982) -- Ennio Morricone
--The Hunt from "Dawn of the Dead" (1978) -- Goblin
--Zombie from "Dawn of the Dead" (1978) -- Goblin
--Tenebre from "Tenebre" (1982) -- Simonetti/Morante/Pignatelli
--Laurie's Theme from "Halloween" (1978) -- John Carpenter
--Die Nacht Der Himmel from "Nosferatu" (1979) -- Popol Vuh
--End Title from "Horror Express" (1972) -- John Cacavas

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

TMBDOS! Episode 135: “The Funhouse” (1981).

September 24th, 2018


Lee, Daniel, and Paul dare to face the challenge of The Funhouse (1981), directed by Tobe Hooper. Is this an over-looked classic, or is it just a bit too dull to be anything but just okay? The crew has a spirited discussion of the film, tv guide, and jacking off in a Frakenstein's Monster mask. Who in the cast looks like a Troll Doll? What Lee has watched as of late and a couple of listener comments are also covered.

The Funhouse IMDB

Check out Lee's guest spot on Just The Movies podcast, covering "Mandy".

Featured Music: "Late Date" and "Main Title" by John Beal.

TMBDOS! Episode 134: “Let sleeping Corpses Lie” (1974).

September 17th, 2018


Lee and Daniel have a slightly shorter than usual chat about Jorge Grau's 1974 zombie film "Let Sleeping Corpses Lie" (AKA: about a million other titles). The homages and departures from Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" are discussed. Were the many title changes an attempt to repackage a terrible film or is this a hidden gem? Lee also talks briefly about what he's watched as of late.

"Let Sleeping Corpses Lie" IMDB

Featured Music: "Drowned Guthrie" & "John Dalton Street" by Giuliano Sorgini.

TMBDOS! Episode 133: The Karnstein Trilogy.

September 11th, 2018


What's better than three Hammer films about vampires? Why three Hammer films about lesbian vampires of course! In this episode Lee and Daniel are joined by their friend and fellow podcaster, Gary Hill, of the Cinema Beef podcast, to tackle two films in the so-called Karnstein trilogy. Together the three talk about "The Vampire Lovers" (1970) and "Twins of Evil" (1971). After that it's just Lee and Daniel left to cover "Lust for a Vampire" (1971). Lengthy asides about IMDB users and how films were watched back when these were released are had. This episode is big, bloody, and full of massive boobs (and some really lovely knockers are talked about as well). What's not to like?

Check out Gary's great podcasts:

Cinema Beef

Sloppy Seconds

Two Drink Minimum Commentaries

Find out about Gary's latest Fleas and Flicks Charity Auction here.

"The Vampire Lovers" IMDB

"Lust for a Vampire" IMDB

"Twins of Evil" IMDB

Featured Music: "The Man in Black"; "The Crucifix Repels Karnstein"; "Twins of Evil Opening Credits"; "Strange Love"; and "Lust for a Vampire Titles" by Harry Robinson.

Blood on the Tracks Episode 16: The End of the World (As We Know It) Part 2.

August 31st, 2018


The world was ending so damn much that it could not be contained in just one show, so here's part two of Lee's look at the soundtracks and scores of dystopian and post-apocalyptic films.


--The Fighter Centurions from "The Fighter Centurions 2072" (1986) -- Riz Ortolani
--Hands of Steel from "Hands of Steel" (1986) -- Claudio Simonetti
--Main Title/What's Wrong? from "THX 1138" (1971) -- Lalo Schifrin
--Source #2 from "THX 1138" (1971) -- Lalo Schifrin
--Everything Fades Into Mist from "1984" (1984) -- Eurythmics
--Playing With Fire from "Dead End Drive-In" (1986) -- Lisa Edwards
--Rid of Me from "Strange Days" (1995) -- Juliette Lewis
--Dolls Polyphony from "Akira" (1988) -- Geinoh Yamashirogumi
--Winds Over Neo-Tokyo from "Akira" (1988) -- Geinoh Yamashirogumi
--Making Of Cyborg from "Ghost in the Shell" (1995) -- Kenji Kawai
--Sleepy Shores from "Children of Men" (2006) -- Michael Price
--Suite from "2019: After the Fall of New York" (1983) -- Oliver Onions
--Black Inferno from "Raiders of Atlantis" (1983) -- Oliver Onions

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

TMBDOS! Episode 132: “Antropophagus” (1980) & “Absurd” (1981).

August 26th, 2018


Lee and Paul decided to go way out into left field from what we've been covering as of late and check out the Joe D'Amato-directed, and George Eastman-written and starring slasher films "Antropophagus" (1980) & "Absurd" (1981). Do these noted members of the Video nasties list live up to their reputations? Are they any good? What lengths did Paul go to to first see these films? Is "Absurd" just a rip-off of "Halloween"? All this and more in this rather informal chat.

"Antropophagus" (1980) IMDB

"Absurd" (1981) IMDB

Featured Music: "Main Theme-Padre Snaturato" by Marcello Giombini & music from "Absurd" by Carlo Maria Cordio.