SCREAMING AT THE SEASON 4 FINALE!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! We’re in the thick of October now and feel the excitement buildin’ with Halloween right around the corner. Houses decked out in creepy decorations, scary flicks playin’ all over TV, store aisles overflowin’ with cavity causin’ candy . . . most wonderful time of the year, I tell you what! And what Halloween hootenanny would be complete without the annual Screaming Soup! season finale full of outrageous pranks, frightful fights, and monstrous mayhem?

The season 4 finale is still in the works, but we’re aimin’ for it to be released no later than Halloween day. As mentioned before, there’s a LOT in this 30+ minute episode comin’ up. We’re wrappin’ up a lot of tensions among characters, endin’ the crossover with Full Moon, teasin’ at things to come in season 5, and reviewin’ the entire Toxic Avenger series. You know, when we started Screaming Soup! we managed tight stories that could be produced into full 15 minute episodes within 3 weeks. When we decided to go all out and make Season 4 as big as we could make it with Full Moon’s involvement, we suddenly found ourselves needin’ four to sometimes six weeks to complete a 20-40 minute episode. There’s more characters, backgrounds, voices, and reviews in this than any other season of Screaming Soup! The first 3 seasons, it would take us 10 months to produce 10 episodes with 12-13 film reviews. This season, 10 episodes took us 16 months to complete with a total of 35 reviews. Our skeleton crew put about 3 seasons worth of work into one and we think it came out pretty damn well!

To hold you over ’til we break out this explosive finale, be sure to visit our blogs for comedic bite size reviews. We’re always updatin’ our R-Rated Review blog as soon as we watch a horror flick and just updated our Sequential Slime reviews of some horror flick-related comics we just picked up. And so you’re in the loop, our appearance at Alchemy Comedy last week went well, but our cameraman unfortunately had technical issues that prevented it from bein’ recorded. Major bummer given we were plannin’ on puttin’ that video up for y’all to enjoy, and we hate that it went down that way. We have more appearances scheduled at Big Fandom Greenville in November and will hopefully record enough of that to share at that time.

In the meantime, be sure to catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films and comics we’re checkin’ out in our blogs, R-Rated Reviews and Sequential Slime, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

Warm up some Screaming Soup! leftovers with reruns currently playin’ on Beta Max TV and Sluggo’s The Vortexx!

If you need the hook-up with instant Troma and Full Moon movies, we’d suggest watching Troma’s films for free on their Youtube channel, and you can get full access to Full Moon’s catalog of work from their movies to their Videozone clips at Full Moon Streaming and their Amazon channel.

See ya later, Scream Freaks!

 

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SCREAMING AT THE 4TH OF JULY 2017!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! Woo-doggy, we’ve had some fireworks ‘roud here, and it’s far from over as the epic battle between your favorite independent film companies continues. T####’s pissed at Screaming Soup!, Full Moon’s up to some secret means of escapin’ the Crosslands, and all hell’s breakin’ loose as Gingerdead Man instigates a bar brawl between Killjoy and some Cretins that can tip the delicate truce back into full scale war! Things have been so hectic, we didn’t even have time to touch base with you folks last week!

To catch you up on what’s been goin’ on lately, we still have a lot of irons in the fire as this season draws closer to bein’ wrapped up. We’re poised for our 5th apocalyptic season we’re excited to get started on, preppin’ Season 6 well in advance, and doin’ our best to catch up the secondary vids we promised like Graphic Violence and Re-Animated Reviews. We want to review the Toxic Crusaders cartoon and tell y’all about all the comics based on Toxie, Puppet Master, and Re-Animator. The scripts have been written, and the comics have been scanned for those, but we’re in the thick of editin’ the last 20 reviews together which is gonna have to delay those a little longer. With a big honcho like Full Moon involved this season, you’ll understand why we’re puttin’ all our energy into these episodes for the time bein’!

We’re also busy spreadin’ the word about our show to help grow our fanbase. We’re reachin’ out to other streamin’ services needin’ programs, applyin’ for panel discussions at Big Fandom again, and contactin’ popular horror publications that might want to write an article about the world’s first fully animated horror host show. In addition, we’re plannin’ certain crossovers that won’t interrupt our production schedule and have a couple lined up with the Horror Addicts. As of now, our favorite ghost girlfriend Mandy is supposed to make a guest appearance on B. Gory’s “Ghoul’s Night Out” livestream this month, and Deadwest and Billy will be in a crossover review with Danny Knightmare talkin’ ’bout Full Moon’s Goobers sometime in October. Promises to be fun, and we’ll keep you up to date on those as they happen. And we’re excited to announce we’ll be featurin’ Pretty Weird Art’s Death Elf and Woose in some episodes next season. We interviewed the creators behind this cool independent comic a couple years back in our Graphic Headstone blog and are thrilled to have the chance to bring their creations to life like we did with Michael Gordon’s Tiki Zombie in our Pinata Survivor Island review!

And before we go, just a heads up to you regulars that we dumped a lot of new reviews into the R-Rated Review blog and finally updated the Sequential Slime blog with new comic we recently picked up. And in case you missed it, we’ve got some new Screaming Soup! art in the gallery that’s showcased below.

Other than that, be sure to catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films and comics we’re checkin’ out in our blogs, R-Rated Reviews and Sequential Slime, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

Warm up some Screaming Soup! leftovers with reruns scheduled to play on Sluggo’s The Vortexx (after 9PM EST Sunday and Wednesday nights)!

If you need the hook-up with instant Troma and Full Moon movies, we’d suggest watching Troma’s films for free on their Youtube channel, and you can get full access to Full Moon’s catalog of work from their movies to their Videozone clips at Full Moon Streaming and their Amazon channel.

See ya later, Scream Freaks!

SCREAMING AT HOTTIES FROM FULL MOON & TROMA!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! You know, if there’s anything we love more than blood and beasts in our horror flicks, it’s pretty ladies, and we’ve been celebratin’ some very special talents this season in our weekly Howl’n Hottie posts (over there in the bottom right corner of your screen). In the years Full Moon and Troma spent makin’ everythin’ from penny pinchin’ pornos to big budget sci-fi/horror films, they’ve given us more than enough fantasy eye candy to overload any fan’s splatter bank, and we want to spotlight the best of them.

Long before Hollywood studios thought it was cool, Full Moon spent years steadily buildin’ a cinematic universe for its monsters and psycho killers to share, most of whom are sexy sirens and tough chicks. Since Full Moon’s beginnin’s as Empire Pictures, Charlie Band’s entertained us with all kinds of strong women who were undead puppets, cyborg deputies, avocado jungle warriors, succubus clowns, vengeful witches, rebel porn lovers in space, deceitful vampires, and the list just goes on and on! His studio gave us Scream Queen classics like Sorority Babes in the Slime Bowl-O-Rama, Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity, Witchouse 3, and Trophy Heads, and broke in fresh nubile talents like a topless Sherilyn Fenn in Meridian.

Troma doesn’t have quite the same impressive line-up of colorful comic book women as Full Moon, but make up for their lack of budget with a sweet lack of clothes on enough sexy gals to make anyone’s legs wobble. While the majority of their Tromettes are outrageous biker punks and skimpy bikini babes, Troma does offer some unbelievable she-beasts and cave girls for your peepers to behold from time to time. Like Beverly D’Angelo bangin’ a dude as a dino-babe in Pterodactyl Woman From Beverly Hills or a barely dressed Julie Strain fightin’ off attempted rape by a topless mantis stripper in Tales From the Crapper. Even Scream Queen legends Linnea Quigley and Debbie Rochon bare their talents for Troma in Graduation Day and Tromeo & Juliet.

This is all a long winded way of sayin’ we hope you’re enjoyin’ the weekly hotties, and want to point out they’ve all been Troma and Full Moon babes this year. Check all every Howl’n Hottie we’ve chosen so far in our archives by clickin; HERE!

Other than that, be sure to watch the new episode of Screaming Soup! breakin’ midnight 6/19/17 EST, and keep an eye out for the Dollman in the episode’s animated segments if you want to win a free Full Moon DVD with an original piece of Screaming Soup! artwork. For those wantin’ a hint for this upcomin’ episode . . . class clowns!

Be sure to catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films and comics we’re checkin’ out in our blogs, R-Rated Reviews and Sequential Slime, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

Warm up some Screaming Soup! leftovers with reruns scheduled to play on Sluggo’s The Vortexx (after 9PM EST Sunday and Wednesday nights)!

If you need the hook-up with instant Troma and Full Moon movies, we’d suggest watching Troma’s films for free on their Youtube channel, and you can get full access to Full Moon’s catalog of work from their movies to their Videozone clips at Full Moon Streaming and their Amazon channel.

See ya later, Scream Freaks!

SCREAMING AT VISITING CONCAROLINAS 2017!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! Woowee, what a weekend we had at ConCarolinas! Bein’ our first time there, we didn’t know what to expect, but it was slap full of friendly cosplayers, music acts, indie authors, scientists, filmmakers, burlesque dancers, and more alternate universe Wonder Women than you can shake a lasso at. Should have seen that last one comin’ with the new super flick out and all.

So, we rode in on Saturday and grabbed a strong drink before pullin’ into our first panel askin’ us to speak about horror’s worst tropes. Pretty much a round table discussion among knowledgeable horror fanatics, this was a well rounded group made up of indie filmmakers, horror critics, and special effects wizards who were all very cool to shoot the shit with. We bitched about everything from found footage to remakes like the newest Cabin Fever and Fright Night 2, and one fella even said he’s sick of seein’ unrealistically beautiful people actin’ in horror flicks. That’s one to think about, we guess? The biggest contributions we made to this panel had to be our opinion on how tropes are fine, but audiences need a good mix-up of them from time to time to help tired formulas feel fresh again like with Fender Bender and Darkman.

As time went on, and a few more drinks were had, we found our way to the next panel which was supposed to be about the show Stranger Things and how retro is makin’ a comeback. Too lazy to brush up on the events in the show, we were more focused on discussin’ the return of retro which luckily steered the majority of the panel. When asked about retro, we explained how everything’s retro, and it comes in cycles. Children grow up on entertainment they enjoy and then mimic it when they’re old enough to start creatin’ entertainment for new generations to eat up. Case in point, Hammer Films remakin’ the Universal monster flicks. Or directors from the ’80s reimaginin’ their favorite atomic monster movies from the ’50s like Invaders From Mars and The Fly. And today’s filmmakers are now creatin’ works echoin’ styles and formats from the ’80s like The Barn. From there, it just got out of hand with retro includin’ remakes and reboots of superhero flicks to cartoons and video games, but it was a lot of fun and we joked a lot with a new film buff friend who sat next to us.

Finally, the night wrapped up with a panel about zombie films. This panel was packed with zombie experts, and the moderator had a whole slideshow presentation prepared for sharin’ flicks he thinks mainstream zombie fans may not have heard of. Dead Next Door, Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things, Tomb of the Blind Dead, Dead Snow, Fido, Cemetery Man . . . just a whole slew of them. There’s probably 1/3 of his list we hadn’t seen or even heard of, and doin’ our best to rectify that now. This panel was probably the most fun for us at the con, but also the most awkward, because we quickly noticed we were doin’ a lot of the talkin’. What was supposed to be a panel of experts commentin’ on all these zombie flicks suddenly felt an exclusive group among the moderator, Screaming Soup!, and one other person. The other 3-4 folks never said a word and made us wonder if we were comin’ off like oversteppin’ jerks domineerin’ the conversation with no chance for them to spit their two cents in. But when all was said and done, we feel everyone was an adult and could have jumped in the conversation anytime with us more than willin’ to shut up for them.

Overall, our first time at ConCarolinas was decent. Not the most amazin’ con we’ve ever been to, but far from bad, and we got to meet some fun and talented people we’re sure to stay connected with. If you ever get a chance to check out their stuff, click the links here and look up Jason Gilbert’s review of scary movies called Fail-Flix, the amazin’ make-up effects by Joh Harp, Sammie Cassell’s indie film company Wreak Havoc Productions, and the hilarious music talent of Mikey Mason who’s got one cool Stranger Things song.

Other than that, be sure to catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films and comics we’re checkin’ out in our blogs, R-Rated Reviews and Sequential Slime, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

Warm up some Screaming Soup! leftovers with reruns scheduled to play on Sluggo’s The Vortexx (after 9PM EST Sunday and Wednesday nights)!

If you need the hook-up with instant Troma and Full Moon movies, we’d suggest watching Troma’s films for free on their Youtube channel, and you can get full access to Full Moon’s catalog of work from their movies to their Videozone clips at Full Moon Streaming and their Amazon channel.

See ya later, Scream Freaks!

SCREAMING AT THIS WEEK!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! Not too much to report this week other than we are busy, busy, busy. So busy, we’ve been slack with our tweets and Facebook posts which we need to jump back on today. Why are we so busy, you ask? Well, we still got all hands on deck for wrappin’ up this epic crossover season y’all have been enjoyin’, and double timin’ it for other things we got in the works.

Outside the first ever war between your favorite indie film houses, we’re also in the middle of preppin’ Screaming Soup! Season 5 and squarin’ away time for makin’ more of our secondary vids. Before the season’s over, we’re planning to put out some new Re-Animated Reviews and Graphic Violence vids focusin’ on toons and comics related to Troma and Full Moon characters like Toxic Avenger, Puppet Master, and even the Re-Animator who’s been poppin’ up in more and more funny books lately. We also got some Weird Al-like song spoofs we’ve been dickin’ around with for a while and finally ready to do somethin’ about it before the end of the year.

And for you loyal followers of our snack size reviews in our R-Rated Review blog, we’re still watchin’ an assload of flicks and sharin’ our two cents on them as soon as we see ’em. A lot of these viewin’s are thanks to ultra Scream Freak Brandon Riggs for keepin’ us in the loop with YouTube uploads, and others are movies we’ve had on the backburner in our own collection, but never bothered to watch ’til now. Currently, we’re kickin’ our feet up to a double marathon we’re goin’ back and forth between with Full Moon’s Subspecies series and the Children of the Corn flicks. Some of these reviews are up now with more on the way.

So, that’s pretty much it. We’re goin’ back to work on bringin’ you the best in animated horrortainment, and y’all keep in touch with any thoughts or questions you have about the show or this season’s story arc. Until next time, keep screamin’, bug Troma to get over the dumbass censorship, and figure out the clue below for what the new episode next week might be about.

Other than that, be sure to catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films and comics we’re checkin’ out in our blogs, R-Rated Reviews and Sequential Slime, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

Warm up some Screaming Soup! leftovers with reruns scheduled to play on Sluggo’s The Vortexx (after 9PM EST Sunday and Wednesday nights)!

If you need the hook-up with instant Troma and Full Moon movies, we’d suggest watching Troma’s films for free on their Youtube channel, and you can get full access to Full Moon’s catalog of work from their movies to their Videozone clips at Full Moon Streaming and their Amazon channel.

See ya later, Scream Freaks!

SCREAMING AT RIFFTRAX & MST3K STUFF!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! New week, same bullshit ’round here. We still got our nose to the digital grindstone, pluggin’ away at our most ambitious season yet that’s guaranteed to be the best free entertainment we can offer. We’re up to our eyeballs animatin’ zombie chicken armies, giant rock ’em sock ’em robots, bar brawls, puppet shows . . . but you’ll see all that soon enough.

With all this extra animation and multitude of reviews we committed ourselves to, it’s important to get away from time to time and chillax with a fun flick we ain’t scrutinizin’ for a review. Luckily, we were reminded of one such film scheduled at select theaters tonight, hosted live by RiffTrax, the latest incarnation of the last Mystery Science Theater 3000 gang. If you haven’t been to one of these events before, you’re really missin’ out ’cause they’re hilarious and a truly new experience at the movie theater. The RiffTrax fellas basically riff a movie in front of a live audience at some venue, and that live event is simultaneously broadcast to select theaters across the country for others to enjoy. Some of the best ones we attended were the original House on Haunted Hill and Sharknado, but putrid polecats, not even RiffTrax can save the watchability of bombs like Birdemic and The Room! Tonight shows some promise though, ’cause RiffTrax will be reviewin’ a flick we’ve heard about for a long time but never seen . . . Samurai Cop. If you’re interested in watchin’ somethin’ the same time as us (4/13/17), look for more information at rifftrax.com/samurai-cop.

With the mention of RiffTrax and their ties to MST3K, it only feels natural to briefly mention our excitement for the new MST3K comin’ to Netflix. We were never on the MST3K train with both feet like so many others in the past, but we certainly enjoyed plenty of their movie riffs durin’ the Sci-Fi Channel’s hay day whenever the cheese flick was tolerable enough. Thanks to the arrival of the new MST3K, it’s been easier than ever for folk like us to catch up on everythin’ MST3K with several magazines and TV channels pluggin’ the original series with nostalgic articles and reruns. Our favorite horror rag Horrorhound intereviewed the newest host and published a thorough article on the show’s history in their latest issue. Cable channels like Comet and Shout! Factory’s Roku channel have helped the show find new audiences with reruns and on demand streams of their original episodes. So, needless to say, we’ve been checkin’ a lot of this out lately and happily reminded why MST3K was such a big influence on our own show.

Before we wrap up, we wanna give a big thanks to all you Scream Freaks who participated in Mandy’s Easter Challenge last week. And a big congratulations goes out to the winner, Sarah Day (Durhman, NC), for tellin’ us the scariest thing about the Easter Bunny is he judges your stupid man suit! She’s received a free copy of the throwback slasher flick, Easter Sunday, along with other random goodies!

Other than that, be sure to catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films and comics we’re checkin’ out in our blogs, R-Rated Reviews and Sequential Slime, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

Warm up some Screaming Soup! leftovers with reruns currently scheduled to play on Beta Max TV ( Saturday nights @ 9pm EST) and Sluggo’s The Vortexx (after 9PM EST Sunday and Wednesday nights)!

If you need the hook-up with instant Troma and Full Moon movies, we’d suggest watching Troma’s films for free on their Youtube channel, and you can get full access to Full Moon’s catalog of work from their movies to their Videozone clips at Full Moon Streaming and their Amazon channel.

See ya later, Scream Freaks!

SCREAMING AT THE COUNTDOWN TO SEASON 4!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! Our claws are shakin’, nervous sweat’s runnin’ down our gnarled faces, and our skin’s literally crawlin’ with excitement as we watch the clock tick down the final days before we open a whole can of animated mayhem with our epic new season, Troma vs Full Moon!

Things are in overdrive at Screaming Soup! headquarters as 2017 promises to be a BIG year for the show! Obviously, one big reason for that is the Troma vs Full Moon fight premierin’ 1/20/17.  This war is somethin’ horror/sci-fi fans like ourselves have wanted to see for a looong time and is sure to stir up fans of both film houses like never before. It’s even more excitin’ with Full Moon and Troma throwin’ their support behind the fun, givin’ us the thumbs up to go crazy. And if that weren’t cool enough, head honchos Charles Band and Lloyd Kaufman are gracious enough to film some cameo footage for us to pepper in the whole shebang. How freakin’ awesome is that?!

Other plans we have in the works for this year is hittin’ up different programs for Screaming Soup! to join in the hopes of reaching a wider audience. As of this week, we’ve been accepted by not one but two new families of like minded horror hosts! Weekly reruns of Screaming Soup! seasons 1-3 can now be seen on Beta Max TV and Sluggo’s The Vortexx which are pretty happenin’ channels full of demented content. Our Beta Max TV premier will be 1/21/17 at 8pm durin’ a livestream line-up of horror host shows, and then we’ll be added to their video on demand section ’til the next scheduled rerun. Our first appearance on The Vortexx is scheduled for 1/18/17 sometime from 10:30pm-11pm. Definitely check out the channels ahead of time and enjoy some of the talent we’ll be joinin’ like the Mummy and the Monkey along with the Cinema Snob.

Other than that, be sure to watch our epic Season 3 finale with our review of the Basket Case trilogy that has a snippet of Full Moon vs Troma action in it, catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films we’re watching in our R-Rated Reviews blog, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

If you wanna get a jumpstart on everything there is to know about Troma or Full Moon before then, we’d suggest watching Troma’s films at Troma Now and their Youtube channel, and you can get full access to Full Moon’s catalog of work from their movies to their Videozone clips at Full Moon Streaming.

See ya later, Scream Freaks!

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SCREAMING AT 2017!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! Comin’ to the end of 2017’s first week, and we’re eagerly warmin’ up for this season of Screaming Soup! as our favorite indie film companies Full Moon Features and Troma Entertainment go head to head in an all out animated brawl that’s sure to entertain!

Our first Howl’n Hottie of the Week for 2017 is Jacqueline Lovell from Full Moon’s Killer Eye, we’re watchin’ some more Troma flicks on their official Youtube channel for some new R-Rated Reviews, and startin’ to leak some sneak peeks through our social media of the what some of your favorite characters will look like animated! Even better is Full Moon’s involvement which will include some cameos by the emperor himself, Charles Band!

There’s so much goin’ on and so much to do, we’re still thinkin’ there won’t be any time for the secondary vids we normally produce in addition to the regular season, but we’re hopin’ to catch up by mid-season so we can get in a Re-Animated Review of the Toxic Crusaders cartoon and a Graphic Violence review of the Puppet Master comics. Can’t guarantee anything just yet, but we’re tryin’!

Since we’re still puttin’ together some of the episodes for this upcomin’ season, give us a scream and let us know which of your Full Moon and Troma characters you really want to see in these episodes. You might be surprised who we already have planned and even learn about others from movies you never knew existed!

Other than that, be sure to watch our epic Season 3 finale with our review of the Basket Case trilogy that has a snippet of Full Moon vs Troma action in it, catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films we’re watching in our R-Rated Reviews blog, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

If you wanna get a jumpstart on everything there is to know about Troma or Full Moon before then, I’d suggest watching most of Troma’s films for free on their Youtube channel, and you can get full access to Full Moon’s catalog of work from their movies to their Videozone clips at Full Moon Streaming.

We’ll see ya later, Scream Freaks!

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SCREAMING AT THE END OF 2016!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! Hope ya had a memorable Christmas for all the right reasons and got some loot to boot under that fire hazard propped up in the corner of your home. We came out all right. Avoided a Krampus beatin’ and got some sweet gifts rangin’ from a year’s subscription to our favorite horror rag, Horror Hound Magazine, a book on historically acclaimed horror hosts, and a new pair of britches!

2016’s been a good year and things are only gonna get bigger and better in 2017 with the whole Troma vs Full Moon season we got in the works for ya. A whole season dedicated to two of our favorite indie film companies, and it’s all for you! 10 episodes pitting Full Moon reviews against Troma reviews. 52 new Howl’n Hotties of Tromettes and Full Moon bimbos. And weekly R-Rated Reviews of all the Full Moon and Troma movies we didn’t include in the regular animated season.

All of this will kick off as soon as next week, but the first episode won’t premier until 1/20/17. We can’t wait!

Before we forget, we added more character bios for Papa Kaka and Emotibot for those who care, and wish you a screaming New Year! We know ya’ll will surely renew that resolution to watch more horror flicks and Screaming Soup!

Other than that, be sure to watch our epic Season 3 finale with our review of the Basket Case trilogy while having our final showdown with Buzzkill, catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films we’re watching in our R-Rated Reviews blog, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

If you wanna get a jumpstart on everything there is to know about Troma or Full Moon before then, I’d suggest watching most of Troma’s films for free on their Youtube channel, and you can get full access to Full Moon’s catalog of work from their movies to their Videozone clips at Full Moon Streaming.

We’ll see ya later, Scream Freaks!

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SCREAMING AT HALLOWEEN ’16!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! Halloween is finally here, but it feels late to its own party after a party filled weekend of bobbing for grenades, black cat tosses, and mummy rap offs. The most exciting thing we saw was a drunk penguin threatening to kill party guests for a complimentary t-shirt. Long story short . . . he got one! Following such a crazy few days, maybe the best way to close out the holiday is simply opening a cold one, throw back some hard earned candy, tune in to a tried and true horror favorite with friends and loved ones, and watch the final flicker of the remaining jack’o lanterns die out.

Or you can pull on a different costume, hit up the same houses for more candy, crash a party, and keep your fangs crosses one of them slutty cat girls will spend one of their nine lives with ya. If that’s the case, be safe, don’t blow your nose in the wind, check under the bed, and for Craven’s sake, make sure that’s who you think it is under that mask!

Other than that, be sure to watch our epic Season 3 finale with our review of the Basket Case trilogy while having our final showdown with Buzzkill, shoot someone one of our Halloween Eeeh!-Cards, catch up on Screaming Soup! Seasons 1-3, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films we’re watching in our R-Rated Reviews blog, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

We’ll see ya later, Scream Freaks! Be safe and Happy Halloween!

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