Join us for a devil of a good time as we take a dark and twisted journey with the Mexican horror film “Belzebuth” starring Tobin Bell.
Don’t stop podcasting.
ABOUT THIS EPISODE:
No one will ever stop us from podcasting! OK, unless they offer us a lot of money, and then we will… maybe. But this week, we continue to do the Lord Satan’s work and ask, “Are you a fan of demon possession? Are you a fan of child death?” If so, this is the episode for you!
Chaos and Carnage explore the Shudder exclusive Belzebuth this week.
If you are a new listener to the PaNcast, be aware there are spoilers and expletives ahead! We break down the movie, go through a summary, offer analysis, trivia, arbitrary awards, reviews, ratings, fanfiction, and more!
“Second coming of something was born. Demon was dispatched. And things go awry??” – Carnage’s Five Second Summary.
A Mexican feature film, Belzebuth takes place…where else?…in Mexico.
We follow policeman Ritter starting five years in the past when his baby son is born. But, tragically, his poor baby son, only hours old, is mass murdered along with the rest of the nursery. And we all thought Nurse Ratchet was bad!
Jumping five years into the future, a whole new slew of child deaths happen first at a school, then an awesome one and a pool followed by a movie theater. But what do all these child deaths mean? Of course, who said child death has to mean anything; just enjoy it! No, no, I mean it’s bad, it’s all bad, child death is never good. Yes, that’s what I meant.
We follow Ritter who explores these child deaths teamed up with priest/ghost hunter, Ivan. And how does Jigsaw play in? No, not Jigsaw. But it is iconic Jigsaw actor Tobin Bell, here playing a man named Canetti. Is it a crazed cult or actual demonic possession spurring these events? Only Jigsaw, I mean Canetti, will have the answer.
Make sure to check out Belzebuth before listening to this episode to keep from getting spoiled like Isa who is protected by men, guns, and God himself. Then listen to Chaos and Carnage for the atheist and demonic viewpoint.