TVP Episode 24 Happy Birthday To Us

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Episode 24 – Happy birthday… TO US! It’s been a year and we’re bringing you our birthday episode! Seth talks about the art of crashing your own party, in the sequel to the cult classic, DEMONS 2! Then Roxy tells us about some of the most interesting kills in any 80’s horror flick with, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME! On top of that, why you can’t name your child Nutella, fart pills for your loved ones, horror movie release dates and why someone should just shoot Hollywood in the face! Some podcast celebrities call the video store hotline, a serial killer is on the loose in Sleazoid City and it’s all around a fucking awesome time! Have fun listening everyone and HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO US! Let’s party!!!

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Trash Video Podcast Episode 9 A Mixed Bag of Goodies

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On the latest TVP Seth gives out some pointers on how to impress women as he reviews the disturbing movie short Aftermath. Roxy reviews the Melissa George movie, Triangle. The Pimp just talks about Melissa George’s “triangle” and then throws down the funk  with Black Dynamite.  We talk about some remakes, and the Penny Dreadful tv show.

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Trash Video Podcast Episode 9 A Mixed Bag of Goodies

 

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Trash Video Podcast Episode 1

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Trash Video Podcast Episode 1 – Welcome to Sleazoid City’s brand new podcast where we review movies, share weird news, discuss pop culture, and lots more. On this episode we review three “incoherent flix” that you might want to check out: Things (1989), The Visitor (1979), and Black Devil Doll (1984).

CLICK the DOWNLOAD LINK —–>  Trash Video Podcast: Episode 1

Special Thanks to Barry J. Gillis for permission to use sound clips from Things

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