2.29 Trick or Treat

Things couldn’t be worse for Eddie “Ragman” Weinbauer. When his hero Sammi Curr dies in a ritualistic hotel fire, things really get low. That is until Gene Simmons gives him the only copy of Sammi’s final album post mortem! Soon Eddie realizes he can communicate with his dead idol through the record, and gets revenge on the bullies at school, but Sammi has more sinister plans. Grab a twinkie, your jean jacket & studs, and play your metal album backwards because we are knockin’ for a sweet surprise with Trick or Treat! What are you afraid of? It’s only rock n’ roll.

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2.28 Two Heads Are Better Than None

Ken Foree takes the entire Rockmore clan on a road trip across America, only to find his hated enemy and Kenan’s best friend, Kel, has stowed away in the trunk. Their travels take them on a wild ride through Captain Spaulding’s Museum of Monsters and Madmen, a chance encounter with a piano playing Cybo-Man, ketchup obsessed white people, Michael Berryman, and an incompetent headless knight. We’re counting 1 million bottles of orange soda on the wall, as we question WHYYYYY the final episode of the Nickelodeon classic Kenan and Kel thought Two Heads Were Better Than None.

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2.27 Demonic Toys

Detective Judith Gray chases two criminals into a run down warehouse, only to find it haunted by a childlike demon who controls an army of dolls. After discovering the warehouse is locked up until dawn, it’s up to Judith and a rag tag group to battle a potty-mouthed baby doll , a fanged jack-in-the-box, and a sinister teddy bear. It’s Full Moon madness in this gory toy story, so grab a demon fetus and a bucket of Chunky Chicken, because we’re winding up our Demonic Toys!

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2.26 Mr. Boogedy

Trick or Trash is back with a Disney Channel Sunday Movie classic! Gag gift salesman Richard Masur moves his family to the aptly named Lucifer Falls and into the haunted house on 29 Neibolt Street. Not only must they contend with a stunningly ineffective ghost known as Mr. Boogedy, but also a Babadook-esque Gomez Addams squatting in their home. Power up your vacuum and hand buzzers, because we’re getting gooey with Mr. Boogedy!

Joining us is special guest, Matt Curione! Host of the Monsters Never Die! Podcast.

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2.25 Green Lantern

Our final Blockbuster Bomb lands right on Ryan Reynolds’ head, in the super hero movie flop that was meant to kick off the DCCU. A few lazy ideas lifted from Geoff Johns’ modern take on Hal Jordan, result in an overstuffed, convoluted mess of a plot. CGI body suits and Star Sapphire’s depiction are not the only mortal sins of this 2011 adaptation. Slip on your power ring of choice and join us in our intergalactic journey through Space Sector 2814, this is the Green Lantern!

Joining us is special guest, Arlen Harrow! Editor-in-chief of Los Harrow and co-host of the Phantom Zone.

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