Join your hosts Chris Clayton (Goreboy Radio) and Tom Elliot (The Twilight Zone Podcast) as they explore the Section 3 Video Nasties List. From obscure gems to old favourites, they cover them all in the Strangest and Deadlist Podcast of all!
Bloodsong - Don't Answer the Phone
Serial Killers - Come hither and take a goblet of mulled wine to join us for the Strange and Deadly Merrie Olde Chrstmas Special. As well as learning the secret origin of The Strange and Deadly Show, why not stay for a screening of two Section 3 "classics" Bloodsong and Don't Answer the Phone. And who knows, perhaps a guest or two will drop by to join in the Christmas cheer!
The Killing Hour - Mausoleum
Tonight on The Strange and Deadly Show, Chris and Tom review two Section 3 movies from the eighties, The Killing Hour (1982) and Mausoleum (1983). Then, they fill you in on the future plans for The Strange and Deadly Show.
The Black Room – The Toy Box
Sex and Murder – It’s time for The Strange and Deadly Show to get all strange and sexy with two erotic horrors, The Black Room and The Toy Box! Join our Flick Chat group by clicking on THIS LINK on…
Communion – Dead Kids
Killer Kids – Chris and Tom tackle one of the more controversial topics on the Section 3 list, Killer Kids. After a fairly positive run of movies on the show, will Communion (aka Alice Sweet Alice) and Dead Kids (aka…
Nightbeast – Parasite
Low Budget Legends – Chris and Tom continue their revival of the podcast with a less specific theme, focused on two very different movies – Nightbeast and Parasite. It’s a mixture of Don Dohler cheapness, a silver-suited alien, Charles Band…
The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith – Shogun Assassin
Revenge – Chris and Tom return to tackle two films that were left on the trash heap when the pairings for The Strange and Deadly Show were first planned. However, The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith and Shogun Assassin may prove…
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Great horror podcast!
Wow, just found you guys and listened to my first episode, Zombie Holocaust. I loved it! Great discussion guys. I plan on listening to all your shows. I'm a huge horror movie fan from Ohio in the United States. Keep up the good work!
Fascinating bewildering opinions
Highly listenable. I chose to sample the Happy Birthday To Me episode first. They deem it "failed" and "rubbish" and "might be worth giving it one watch", as one asks the other, "Have you ever seen a film called April Fools' Day?" and the answer is "A long time ago". Just WHAT?! Let that be a gauge.