TVP Episode 86 Beelzebub’s Basement Part 2

Beelzebub's Basement

Trash Video Podcast Episode 86 Beelzebub’s Basement Part 2

Demons, dildos, and dirty pillows. The VIDEO STORE is OPEN! Welcome to Beelzebub’s Basement Part 2 Episode 86. This is a skit-heavy episode with the thrilling finale of our year long storyline. This episode is NSFW, unless you work at CJ’s Dungeon. Roxy reviews the classic slasher flick HELL NIGHT (1981) and the weirdly obscure HAPPY HELL NIGHT (1992). Seth talks all about the new Netflix horror film THE BABYSITTER (2017) We discuss the relaunch of the NEW Old Skool Video store and Seth brags about how big his muscles are. The whole gang is in the basement dealing with the Devil. Who will die? Who will survive? And will there be some boobs? Music by Chaki, Asian Babes, and Odd-O-matic.

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Thanks for listening to Trash Video Podcast. This is a free bi-weekly horror movie review podcast that is fast paced and our goal is to have fun. We work very hard on our episodes to bring you something entertaining! Please help support the Trash Video Podcast by sharing it on Facebook, Twitter, or by subscribing to it on iTunes, Android, Stitcher, and Tune-In.

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The Trash Video Podcast is a bi-weekly show set in an old-fashioned mom and pop Video Store located in the fictional Sleazoid City. Hosts Seth and Roxy love to review obscure Horror Movies! Every episode is crammed full of fast-paced editing, sound effects, silly Skits, VHS collecting, Music, and more. TVP has more madness, mayhem, and murder then you can handle!

 

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TVP Episode 20 Say You Love Satan

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Its episode 20 and we’re celebrating the dark lord by reviewing some devilish horror titles! Seth talks about THE UNHOLY (1988) and Roxy gets jipped with SATAN’S CHEERLEADERS (1977)! On top of that, Seth soldiers through THE PYRAMID (2014) and contemplates suicide, Roxy actually has a good time with THE TAKING OF DEBORAH LOGAN (also 2014). We talk about an evil Christmas Santa, how being a horror fan is difficult, and Jim Van Bebber’s brutal short film MY SWEET SATAN.  Then we go for the real-life “acid king” and teenage Satanist Ricky Kasso, and some of the other horror films he influenced.  Also, Josh Schafer of LUNCHMEAT MAGAZINE and ADJUST YOUR TRACKING drops by the store to discuss all sorts of VHS goodness! Lastly, we have some great music by Odd-O-Matic. It’s a good one folks! BE KIND REWIND and HAIL SATAN!

 

 TVP Episode 20 Say You Love Satan

 

Thanks for listening to Trash Video Podcast. This is a free bi-weekly horror movie review podcast that is fast paced and our goal is to have fun. We work very hard on our episodes to bring you something entertaining! Please help support the Trash Video Podcast by sharing it on Facebook, Twitter, or by subscribing to it on iTunes, Android, Stitcher, and Tune-In.

The links on the right-hand side of our website make it easy to subscribe. Please leave us feedback on the show too on Itunes.  Or write to us on our Facebook page or via email. We’d love to hear from you.  Call us and leave a voicemail message to be played on the show then just call 856-81-VIDEO. Feel free to promote your stuff on voice mail whether it’s a movie, a website, or music. We welcome input and feedback from our audience, and we support independent projects!


The Trash Video Podcast is a bi-weekly show set in an old-fashioned mom and pop Video Store located in the fictional Sleazoid City. Hosts Seth and Roxy love to review obscure Horror Movies! Every episode is crammed full of fast-paced editing, sound effects, silly Skits, VHS collecting, Music, and more. TVP has more madness, mayhem, and murder then you can handle!

 

 

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