Trick or Treat Radio is the world’s most dangerous podcast! They discuss at least one film a week, argue, make fun of each other and hope to make you laugh, some hosts might even die trying. Trick or Treat Radio has been rated one of the top horror podcasts according to Rue Morgue Magazine, blumhouse.com and Entertainment Weekly! Join hosts; Johnny Wolfenstein, MonsterZero, Ares, and Michael Ravenshadow as they discuss all manner of topics including, but not limited to: genre cinema with a heavy focus on horror and recent VOD, music, comics, video games, professional wrestling, and anything else relevant to the interests of the hosts. The show is broadcast via live video stream every Thursday evening from 8-11pm EST and can be viewed at live.trickortreatradio.com. The audio gets released every Friday morning on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, etc. Come check out the world's most dangerous talk radio show! *This podcast is explicit and not recommended for the faint of heart!
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Struggling podcasters/backyard wrestlers agree to fill in for a babysitting job. What starts off as a quiet night of pizza and video games quickly spirals into bloody chaos as they find themselves fighting for relevancy. On Episode 603 of Trick or Tr... more
Three friends move into a new home, unaware that a dark chocolaty secret from the houses past will unleash a malevolent force in the backyard pool. On Episode 602 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss the film Night Swim from director Bryce McGuire! We ... more
A strange radio show may be linked to a local legend about stopping an impending apocalypse. On Episode 601 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss the film Everyone Will Burn from director David Hebrero! We also talk about what a POS Vince McMahon is, we... more
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One of the best horror podcasts out there, moview reviews, pop culture, lots of banter and very funny, great cast of characters and community interaction with the Facebook group. Highly highly highly recommended!!!
Trick or Treat Radio keep me coming back each week with their dynamic chemistry, insightful thoughts on film, and absolute absurdity. Whether they're discussing what's going on in the world of The Deadites Secret Twilight Society, the lastest genre film, or just ragging on Michael Ravenshadow, these guys are the best of the best. Not only that, but they're amazing dudes who consider their listeners their friends more than just fans (except Monster Zero). Give them a listen and prepare to dive do... more
I love how the guys are able to have fun reviewing the latest films while interacting with fans during their live shows.
Trick or Treat Radio is, quite simply put, the most fun you'll have listening to a podcast. Johnny, MonsterZero, Ravenshadow, Aries, and Dynamo each bring dynamic personalities, a hilarious sense of humor, and exceptional insight into the films they review on the show each week. The live element of the show recorded each Wednesday encourages participation from the listeners, who are an interesting and fun group of people in their own right! It's like a group of good friends who you'll look forwa... more
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Trick or Treat Radio launched 12 years ago and published 631 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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