71 episodes

Join your hosts Tim Timebomb, Leone D'Antonio, Trevor Shand, Lauren Shand, Austin Wilkin, and Rachel Tejada as they bring you discussions and interviews covering all things horror!

Our guests are not only icons from your favorite horror and genre films from in front of and behind the lens, but also artists, actors, musicians, authors and personalities inspired by horror and dark entertainment. A truly unique experience that has something for everyone.

The Boo Crew Bloody Disgusting Podcast Network

    • TV & Film
    • 4.9, 130 Ratings

Join your hosts Tim Timebomb, Leone D'Antonio, Trevor Shand, Lauren Shand, Austin Wilkin, and Rachel Tejada as they bring you discussions and interviews covering all things horror!

Our guests are not only icons from your favorite horror and genre films from in front of and behind the lens, but also artists, actors, musicians, authors and personalities inspired by horror and dark entertainment. A truly unique experience that has something for everyone.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
130 Ratings

130 Ratings

Kanter193 ,

Great Podcast

As always, love the podcast. Great job. Never any complaints from me. You guys hit a home run every episode. A suggestion, check out the band Calabrese. You’ve got to get them on your show. There’re best band of their kind since the CRAMPS and the MISFITS🤘🏽Boo-Crew for ever

DisplayPumpkin ,

Fantastic Podcast!

A wonderful podcast that is incredibly insightful and an all-around a good time. Truthfully, at first I was a little hesitant when I heard there were so many individuals on the podcast - Trevor, Lauren, Austin, Rachel, Leone. That's a lot of people and when paired with a guest, it can often be very tiresome given that everyone wants to talk. However, I was so pleased with how respectful they all are of their guest. They let the guest tell their story without interrupting (which is so common in other podcasts) and then wait before chiming in. It's so refreshing to hear! Everyone on the podcast seems to truly love horror and most importantly, they are extremely supportive! This has become my favorite horror podcast and I'm always excited when a new episode pops up!

Whofan ,

Not what I expected

Someone wrote that this felt like a Morning Zoo broadcast—I’d say it feels way too overproduced and forced. Even massively edited or sped up to 1.5x. Strange. One of the hosts sounds like he’s reading radio copy for a used car lot 100% of the show. Maybe less Red Bull?

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