• May 13th, 2013
Mad scientists resurrecting their fiancés or just making a gal from scratch; that’s the topic of this enlivening episode of “Boys and Ghouls”.
So, make a date with Kat and Marshall as they explore the nuts and bolts of “The Bride of Frankenstein” and decades of its knock-offs. Including, “The Bride”, “Bride of Re-Animator”, “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die”, “Weird Science” and “Frankenhooker”!
It’ll leave you in stitches!
• April 13th, 2013
Video Stores are disappearing so Kat and Marshall made a pilgrimage to the last Blockbuster in Burbank. Listen in as they discuss fond video store memories from both sides of the counter, ponder the future of home viewing, and review their night's selection from the New Releases wall, V/H/S. Also, the duo marks the passing of critic Roger Ebert.
*Since V/H/S is an anthology horror movie, this gives Kat and Marshall six endings to try not to give away (good luck).
• March 13th, 2013
The devil is in the details as Kat and Marshall take a look at movies that feature the character of The Devil. Listen in as Kat reports on having watched John Carpenter's "Prince of Darkness" and Marshall explains how his concept of The Devil was shaped by three unremarkable 1980's comedies.
Also, the Boys and Ghouls duo shares their recent experience of losing hard at a Horror Movie Trivia Night.
• February 13th, 2013
Valentines are explored in this lovesick episode of Boys and Ghouls. From the original My Bloody Valentine to The St. Valentine's Day Massacre to 1980's heartthrob, Scott Valentine.
Also, join Marshall and Kat as they learn about love spells from reputable library books and as they discover which supernatural TV couple was the first to share a bed.
• January 13th, 2013
Urban legends and horror movies about urban legends are explored in this explosive episode. THRILL as Marshall Hicks and Kat Canipe temp fate by ingesting Pop Rocks and soda. GASP as the duo take leave of what little sense they have and chant "Bloody Mary" before a mirror. What will become of them?
Also, Kat tries to make Marshall guess what horror movie actor she met while out at brunch.
• December 13th, 2012
Killer Santas are explored when Marshall and Kat discuss Silent Night Deadly Night and Tales from the Crypt's And All Through the House. Holiday cheer continues with a look at the original Christmas spook, Jacob Marley and The Twilight Zone's Christmas episode, Night of the Meek. Also, Kat hypes her spooky side-project while Marshall shares his night at a classic monsters art show. Yule love it!
Spoiler alert: we appear to be incapable of reviewing a plot without discussing its ending.
• November 13th, 2012
Revenge in horror films is discussed as Marshall and Kat take a look at various vengeance-driven works of cinematic horror; including "I Spit on Your Grave", "The Abominable Dr. Phibes", and "Pumpkinhead". Also, the duo wraps-up their Halloween season with a comparison of local home haunts.
• October 13th, 2012
John Carpenter's "Halloween" is a must-see at Halloween time. Join Kat and Marshall as they discuss the 1978 horror classic and the joys of the spookiest holiday. Also, learn how early in the year Kat decorates for Halloween and how late in his teens Marshall continued to trick-or-treat.
• September 13th, 2012
Terror in the schools! Join Kat Canipe and Marshall Hicks as they examine the subject of horror movies set in schools (mostly high school). From teenage werewolves, to eerie conformity, to all the sharp objects in a classroom. Listen as they discuss their own school days and wonder where the heck their school's boiler room was since everyone in movies seem to know.
• August 13th, 2012
Do the movies that scared us as kids still hold up? Join Kat and Marshall as they discuss old fears and what it's like to revisit a frightening movie from your childhood only to find out it was actually a comedy. Marshall recounts MTV when it still showed, occasionally scary, music videos and Kat shares her recent times on the set of a cabin-based horror film.