Friday, October 30, 2015

Creepy Kitch's Convergence Halloween Special Spectacular!


And by that we mean Halloween and the annual Creepy Kitch Convergence in San Diego.
Stac and Cins once again are in the same damn state in the same damn room to bring you their Halloween episode!
This year, we discuss the latest Guillermo del Toro eye-gasam Crimson Peak as well as the completely cracked out vampire movie, What We Do in the Shadows with guest hosts, Ace (who spent most of Crimson Peak hiding under Stacy's butt) and roommate Jen (who spent most of Crimson Peak drooling over Tom Hiddleston).

Stacy gets access to a Halloween sounds app.
Musical interludes to cover multiple bathroom breaks!
The Mim-iogram!
Drunken screaming!
Dogs and Cats Living Together! Mass Hysteria!

Give your ears a spooky treat!

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Creepy Kitch Episode 52: GAME OVER, MAN!

We have returned! And we're talking about two of our all time favorite movies of all time! One of our fantastic listener's George Martinez joins us for our discussion of the classics Alien and Aliens. Be prepared for continuous gushing!
We also chat about how Cins' cat peed on her husband's head, why Alien 3 kills our souls, and Chett...CHETT! HEEEEH!

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Creepy Kitch Episode 51: The Episode from the BEYOND!

This is the episode that fate did not want us to release. Well you know what fate? Screw you! HA!
...Please don't hurt us.
This episode, Lauren, our #1 bitch and host of Death Rattle Podcast joins us in our musing about 1981's The Beyond and 2015's We Are Still Here.
Also on this episode, our monthly Mim-o-Gram, our greatest fears if we were cast in a horror movie, and an explanation as to WHY this episode took two months to record.

Also we wax poetic on about Ron Perlman and Richard Armitage because we ladies have NEEDS.

Listen up here!

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Creepy Kitch Episode 50: Listeners' Choice.

We're back for a fun filled yet sleepy episode! Its listeners' choice again and we got two winners this round; 2011's Attack the Block and 2011's You're Next. Apparently 2011 was a good year.
We also discuss why killing a the main survivor of a horror film in the sequel pisses us off, Why Cins is a twitter stalking A-hole, and how we're still surprised we made it to fifty episodes. After all, its only been five years.

Listen here!

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Creepy Kitch Episode 49: Character Studies in Horror

After a quick break, we're back AND with better sound quality that ever before! Episode 49? Really? Oh My God REALLY!
We have two really unique movies this episode; 2014's Crazy Bitches and 2008's Lake Mungo, a couple of fantastic character study films. We also have an interview with the writer and director of Crazy Bitches, Jane Clark!

Also, Cins can't say Lake Mungo correctly, why tarot readings in movies piss Mim off, and Stacy revels in the antics of Chris Pratt.
Plus a new feature: answering Facebook questions!

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Creepy Kitch Episode 48: Dreams in the Witch House: A Lovecraftian Rock Opera.

We're starting the new year off with an episode dedicated to the Lovecraftian rock opera, Dreams in the Witch House!
Joining us on this special episode is Colleen from Wyng'd Lyon Creations as we discuss...actually gush... about this album. We will have three tracks from the show and at also an interview and unplugged performance with the cast and the creators of Dreams in the Witch House; Mike Dalager, Anders Ringman, and Alaine Kashian. 
We're extremely excited to release this one! Hope you enjoy!

Monday, November 24, 2014

Creepy Kitch Episode 47: An Ode to Tony Todd

We're back and recovered from our Convergence hangover!

Its all about Tony Todd this episode and guest host Lynne Anderson from Abadon's Revenge podcast shares our love for the deep voiced gorgeous horror icon.
This episode we discuss 1992's classic Candy and and 2006's Hatchet.
Also, false starts! Why you should always have the vents open in the public restroom, the winner of our second short story contest, and yet ANOTHER reference to Kresely Cole's books.