Welcome to a new episode of the podcast! Today, we start with some heavy TV talk about Lost, Zoo, The Simpsons, Rick and Morty, Game of Thrones, and more! We have an epic rock/paper/scissors showdown, and then Chris takes us on a ride through history where we learn more about some old Italian horror films, specifically, today’s bloody classic by Lucio Fulci: The Beyond. We make our guess about the budget for Fulci’s special effects, and then get into our feelings on this somewhat divisive story. We’re all over the map on this one folks, and it’s a goofy-good time. Thanks for tuning in to another great episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSCRE!
Hey scaredy cats, welcome back to the podcast! In a rare nighttime recording after a long day, we sit down and watch the 1985 Italian thrill ride: Demons. Today’s episode starts with a lengthy discussion about the embarrassing email addresses of our youths, Homestar Runner, and fan-made Offspring websites. We have a mini episode inside the episode about Cronenberg’s “eXistenZ”, and Dave revisits a mistake from a previous episode. This is by far one of the wackiest, most fun movie/episodes we’ve done, so stay a while, and enjoy another crazy installment of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Welcome back to another great episode of the podcast! Today we talk all about the different pets we’ve each had, in preparation for today’s fan suggested movie, Stephen King’s: Pet Semetary. Dave can’t help but rant about dog nutrition and animal cruelty, while Chris tells us about how he was almost given a different name as a baby. We pitch a vasectomy horror movie, talk about Star Trek and South Park, and of course chat all about our favourite characters, including the neighbourly Judd and the infamous Zelda. Come along for the ride, scaredy cats, and enjoy this week’s episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Welcome back scaredy cats. Today on the podcast we pay tribute to the man behind the zombie, and watch George A. Romero’s 1968 classic: Night of the Living Dead. Chris and Dave chat about their recent day at movies, and the new Dark Universe. We talk all about zombies- fast vs slow, contemporary vs classic, and the many iterations over the almost FIFTY years since Romero’s trailblazing first installment. So raise a glass with us, and enjoy the newest episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
It’s podcast time again scaredy cats, and it’s a special one. Today at long last we watch a movie that terrified a young Chris for years- the foundational classic: Poltergeist. Dave opens up with a long discussion about his thoughts on the newest Doom game, before Chris regales us with the harrowing story of watching this film as a child. We guess about extent of Spielberg’s directorial involvement, chat about our own facial fair, and even mention Dark Skies (as often as Dave can). It’s a classic, and these ones are always a good time. So sit back, relax, and enjoy another episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Welcome back to the podcast, scaredy cats! Before the coffee and wine kick in, Chris starts our discussion off with the tale of his Trivia Night win, and Dave pitches a bad Troll Hunter sequel. Eventually we get around to talking about our prom experiences, in the spirit of today’s psychotic flick: The Loved Ones. We’re both surprised and delighted by this one, and our discussion goes all the way from Sean Byrne’s love of metal, to cringe-worthy family dynamics, and vaguely familiar pop songs. All that and more on this week’s episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Happy Julune scaredy cats and welcome back to the podcast! After a brief hiatus Chris and Dave get back together to record, and they have so much to talk about that they forgot to choose a movie! First, we politely decline an invitation from a fan to join the Illuminati. Dave talks about watching Die Antwoord’s new horror short, and rewatching the Collector, while Chris returns from a Dario Argento binge, and gives us his findings. We reveal our personal Top 5(ish) Lists for 2017, and then finally decide we’ll watch Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett’s 2016 flick: The Blair Witch. We’re silent for most of the movie as we get sucked in, and then the conversational floodgates open! Enjoy this week’s adrenaline-pumped episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Welcome back to an extra special, extra long episode of the podcast! Today we have almost too much to talk about; from VHS tapes, to The Simpsons, to fidget spinners and so much more. Eventually we sit down and watch the chilling anthology sequel: V/H/S/2. Chris and Dave chat about the first V/H/S installment, movie memory, and our different ranking of all the shorts in the anthology. We even have a second bonus Dave’s Game Corner! Enjoy this super-sized episode of your favorite horror podcast, the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
It’s Saturday again, which means another episode of the podcast! Chris and Dave talk about a surprise concert they went to the night before, and then their remarkably similar first viewings of today’s bloody 2007 pick: 30 Days of Night. We praise our boy Ben Foster, and then chat about everything from seeing a movie a decade after your first viewing, graphic novel adaptations, zombie movies, to Ellen Page. This one is bloody, chilling, and oh so satisfying. Welcome to another nocturnal episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
It’s podcast time again! Today, Dave reflects about how many movies he either hasn’t seen or quit on before the end. Chris admits he too struggles to commit to movies in the age of Netflix. We talk about our different takes on the movie Innkeepers, as well as teasing other titles like The Sacrament, You’re Next, and The Mist. All this before finally sitting down to watch Gregory Peck in the 70s classic: The Omen. It takes some time to get the discussion going while we do Gregory Peck impressions, but eventually get to chatting about the movie’s influence on films to come. It a fun one on this week’s episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE
Welcome back to the podcast, scaredy cats! We open today’s chat by analyzing our beer drinking routines on recording day, and then trying to remember what Chucky movies we’ve each seen. The topic quickly changes to our thoughts on the home-invasion sub genre, and more specifically, Chris’s beloved, despicable mind-bender: Funny Games. We praise the hopeless violence and gorgeous long shots, while playing into the larger meta-messages. Many questions remain after we watch this one folks, namely, what are our thoughts about Michael Pitt? All that and more on another great episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Bonus day! Bonus day! Welcome back scaredy cats to a special bonus episode of the podcast. Dave struggles to remember what this month’s horror franchise is, but eventually recalls that we finally get to watch: A Nightmare on Elm Street. We start with a friendly chat about Michael Myers and Jason, and move on to trying to fully understand dream logic. We’re blown away by the effects, and get into the nitty gritty of the techniques we think were used. This one really catches our imaginations. Enjoy this bloody bonus episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Welcome back scaredy cats, it’s podcast time! Today’s episode is all about the surprisingly beautiful 2010 flick: Monsters. We open with a loaded discussion about home invasion movies, and our different tastes inside the same sub-genres. Dave and Chris talk about making movies for cheap, and their best guesses for how this one was shot. As well, Chris gets a Spice Girls song stuck in everyone’s head. Thanks for tuning in to the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Welcome back to the podcast scaredy cats! Today it’s another foray into the outside world to see the disturbing French-Belgian knockout: RAW. We begin our discussion in a local bakery, and talk about our favourite pastries, and passing out at horror film screenings. After a few drinks and our return to the basement, Chris investigates the themes in the movie, while Dave tries to remember to talk about his favourite scene. It’s a finger lickin’ good time in this flesh-eating episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
It’s another blast from the past on this week’s episode, as we watch the weird cult classic: Phantasm. Chris and Dave practice their duet singing skills, talk church culture and Mel Gibson, as well as pitching new Leprechaun sequels. How did they organize a year of filming? Who is the Tall Man? What…happened? Do you want answers to these questions, and many more?
Well so do we. It’s a 1979 good time on this skull-drilling episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
On this week’s episode of the podcast we watch 2015’s metalfest: The Devil’s Candy. We talk all about metal, family, possession, and our different takes on demonic paintings. And based on the movie’s namesake, we have a long, spirited debate about our favourite candies, and our guesses for what Satan’s favourite might be. (Hint: it isn’t cinnamon hearts). All this and more, on a brand new episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Welcome back to the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE! In the spirit of pushing our own limits, we decided to record three episodes in one day. After two other horror movies and several drinks, we sit down and watch: The Blackcoat’s Daughter. Chris writes a song about his struggle to understand the plot, and Dave does his best to explain it while hiding his burps. Chaos certainly reigns in this one, scaredy cats.
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It’s April 26th scaredy cats, and that means that it’s Alien Day! Chris and Dave celebrate in traditional fashion by watching the one and only 1979 horror masterpiece: Alien. Dave shares an emotional childhood story, and Chris struggles to say the name of the podcast. Rather than researching, we wildly guess about the Alien anatomy and timeline (to the frustration of Alien fans), and praise Ridley Scott generously for his gorgeous sets. Time flies when you’re having a good time, so this one goes by quick! Enjoy your Alien Day scaredy cats, and thanks for tuning in to the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Today on the podcast, based on Instagram hype, we finally get to sit down and watch the stellar Canadian horror flick: The Void. David obsessively tries to remember all the names in the movie, while Christopher tries to get to the bottom of what ‘the void’ actually is. There’s no shortage of gross effects, cultists with sweet knives, and ominous vacation destinations, on another sing-songy episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Welcome back to the podcast scaredy cats! Today, like proud parents, Chris and Dave indulge some behind-the-scenes talk as they discuss recent upgrades to the podcast studio and equipment, and then try to remember how to speak normally. We reflect about our history with Cronenberg films, and read into the personal life of David Cronenberg at the time he made his first big success: The Brood. It’s gross, it’s strange, and it’s an all around good time on the newest episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
On this week’s episode of the podcast, Chris ruins everything and downloads the wrong movie. In a last minute fix, we accidentally- or maybe fatefully- watch the technically unreleased knockout: Before I Wake. We have a meaty discussion about the Cloverfield universe, and our romantic ideas for it’s future, as well as giving praise to the dream team that is Mike Flanagan and Jeff Howard. This one may surprise you like it did us, here on another exciting episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
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Much to Dave’s glee, today’s conversation is rich with video-game talk as we delve into 2006’s beautifully violent game-adaptation: Silent Hill. We discuss horror video-games, the merits of 3D movie effects, and what we might have done differently with the writing. It’s a skin-ripping good time this week on the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Today on the podcast we’re watching another horror-comedy, which is the side-splitting slasher: Final Girls. We warm up with a lengthy discussion about Get Out, and then talk all about slashers and their long-running franchises. So grab a beer, some snacks, and thirty adderalls, and enjoy the newest episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Can you name a horror anthology movie written and directed exclusively by women? If so, you’re probably thinking of the film we’re discussing in this episode, 2017’s: XX. It’s four films in one, and we couldn’t be more excited. Also, it’s our first shot at horror anthologies, and our first 2017 film. It’s a day of firsts, and a great discussion this week on your favourite horror movie podcast, the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
It’s St. Patrick’s Day scaredy cats! Today on the Bodcast, Chris and Dave talk about their bodies, approaching 30, and of course, 1993’s lucky charm: Leprechaun. In the spirit of the day, we get silly on some green beer and discuss all the things we love about this wacky movie. We advise watching this flick with some friends, and maybe a drinking game. So have some drinks, hug your best friend, and enjoy this special BONUS episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
We’re feeling silly in this one folks, thanks in no small part to morning drinking. This week’s episode is all about one of Dave’s Faves®, the 2010 Norwegian stunner: TROLLHUNTER. In this wacky second recording of the day we invent a new holiday, a new song, and talk about anything and everything TROLL. Welcome back to the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
We’ve got this feeling, inside our bones…
In a very special episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE, we leave the safety of the basement and make the long trek to the theatre to see Jordan Peele’s horror debut: Get Out. Today’s discussion touches on comedy in horror, rotten tomatoes scores, and storytelling surprises. If you haven’t yet, head on down to the theatre and check this one out, scaredy cats! GET OUT!
In this episode of the podcast, we sit down with 1977’s Italian horror classic: Suspiria. We reflect on some of our most terrified childhood moments watching horror movies while we sip on some alcoholic coffee. It’s a wild ride in this bloody, loud, highly satisfying movie. Thanks for tuning in to the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE, scaredy cats!
It’s sequel day here at the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE! The night before, we watched the notoriously poorly reviewed Ouija, so today on the podcast we watch the much more beloved 2016 prequel: Ouija: Origin of Evil. Dave and Chris talk about the surprisingly successful second instalment in the series, and whether or not either of us has ever used a Ouija board. Have you ever heard of a creepier board game than that? …oui haven’t
Watching horror movies gives us those lovey-dovey tingly feelings, so we’re coming at you this week with a special bonus Valentine’s Day episode! To keep the demon at bay, we’ve brought our friend Trevor Poelman into the conversation as a sacrifice, and together we watch: We Are Still Here. It’s bonus spooky and bonus funny, on this week’s BONUS episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE! Happy Valentine’s Day scaredy cats! Check Trevor out on Twitter: @trevorpoelman. Check us out on Facebook and join the conversation!
In this humble episode of the podcast, we go back to 1990 and sink our teeth into the film: Jacob’s Ladder. Chris enlightens us with a stirring reading before we begin, (which may or may not have aggravated the haunting problem) and Dave has nothing but nice things to say about Tim Robbins. We’re tired, we’re grumpy, and we’re watching horror films, on this most recent installment of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Today on the podcast we have a discussion about Netflix, and the quality and accessibility of recent horror films. And following those ideas we watch another instant 2016 classic: Hush. Who’s behind that mask? Will the cat survive? The wine is certainly flowing in this one as we attempt to answer these questions, and many more. Welcome back to the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE! Me-Ow, scaredy cats! (Chris made me add that, I’m sorry)
After some time apart, Dave and Chris get back together for the TENTH episode of the podcast. We start the double-digits strong with a deliciously creepy flick: The Autopsy of Jane Doe. It’s another exciting episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE! But wait, what’s that sound? Are your ears ringing? No, that’s just our brand new theme song!*
*consult a doctor if your ears are ringing.
This week on the podcast we’re dazzled by another of Chris’ 2016 picks: Neon Demon. Dave is blown away by all things color, and Chris dives deep into the movie’s symbolism. Also, during the movie the podcast takes another step towards becoming fully haunted. Welcome to another wine-tastic episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Thanks for tuning in to the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE! Today we have a lengthy discussion about frozen pizzas, and also briefly talk about 2013’s sci-fi thriller: Dark Skies. Chris takes a close look at the poor reviews, and Dave explains what he loves so much about the movie- over and over and over… Podcast now has a Facebook page, go like us or the greys will come for your children!
It’s the first episode of the new year, and we’re starting strong with one of Chris’ 2016 favorites: The Invitation. We talk about dinner parties, cults, trauma, loss, suspicion, and maybe most importantly, we finally land on a name for the podcast– the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
Dave and Chris make a second attempt at watching 2015’s horror-western: Bone Tomahawk. Sit back and enjoy the ups and downs, laughter and tears, wine, songs, and cannibals, on this week’s episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE! Also, what even is a saloon?
Twas the night before Christmas, on this week’s episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE! In the spirit of the season, we decided to watch Antichrist. Chris creates a new song, and Dave can’t wrap his mind around symbolism. Merry Antichristmas scaredy cats!
After weeks of avoiding the topic, we finally get to sit down and watch a favourite of ours: Paranormal Activity. We present our very different theories about the demon, and Chris offers to write the rest of the series. Welcome to another episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
This week, we watch one of Dave’s all time favorites: Pandorum. Can we figure out the timeline? Can we explain the poor reviews? You decide, in the newest episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE!
In this week’s episode of the TEXCHRIS DAVESAW MASSACRE, we spend some quality time with 2016’s thriller hit: Don’t Breathe. Who don’t love a good heist? Dogs, that’s who