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  • Humongous

    Humongous

    ★★½

    This week the Horror Duo take on a pair of '80s slasher film, both of which feature deranged monster like killers with development issues. Forest shares his thoughts on Tobe Hooper's The Funhouse. Cory has a layover in Canada, and discusses Humongous.

    Forest discusses the appearance of Tommy Wiseau at this years Golden Globes and Cory ponders whether or not Wiseau's groupies are called "Lisas", Cory buys vintage children's toys (Yackity Yack Chattering Teeth) and is desperately looking for ACME Black Hole. All this and Forest & Cory discuss a porno Hamilton.

    LISTEN HERE: slaughterfilm.blogspot.com/2018/01/291.html

  • The Funhouse

    The Funhouse

    ★★★½

    This week the Horror Duo take on a pair of '80s slasher film, both of which feature deranged monster like killers with development issues. Forest shares his thoughts on Tobe Hooper's The Funhouse. Cory has a layover in Canada, and discusses Humongous.

    Forest discusses the appearance of Tommy Wiseau at this years Golden Globes and Cory ponders whether or not Wiseau's groupies are called "Lisas", Cory buys vintage children's toys (Yackity Yack Chattering Teeth) and is desperately looking for ACME Black Hole. All this and Forest & Cory discuss a porno Hamilton.

    LISTEN HERE: slaughterfilm.blogspot.com/2018/01/291.html

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  • Trog

    Trog

    ★★½

    Enjoy the "Monkey Madness" edition of Slaughter Film as Forest defends the undefendable as he reviews Congo and Cory discusses the film Trog, the movie that made Joan Crawford want to commit suicide.

    Also, Forest explains his spicy chicken wing training regimen, Cory tells a wholesome tale about a how he was nearly killed by a McRib sandwich, the guys recount their experience with Manos/RiffTrax, AND finally the Slaughter Film guys celebrate the birthday of their dear friend Bork.

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  • Tusk

    Tusk

    ★★★

    This week Forest reviews House On Haunted Hill, visiting a time when William Castle got asses to fill seats in theaters showing his films by carrying out cheap and sometimes wild stunts. Cory discovers what a walrus man looks like with Kevin Smith's body horror monster movie Tusk.

    Cory gets his rocks off celebrating the 16-bit era by playing Super Mario World and Zelda: A Link to the Past. Forest views the third and final Hobbit film, The Hobbit: The…