Iâve listened to all the episodes at least twice and I canât get enough! I love the humour and and small bit of insight into British culture that comes out of this. The side anecdotes are the best.
I was so excited to find another lady-hosted crime podcast but unfortunately had to give up on this after a few episodes due to the sound quality. From what I can make out, the content and hosts warrant a higher rating than two stars â but I honestly canât follow the episodes well enough to say for sure. I hope these ladies can invest in some (even slightly) better recording equipment. Iâll be ready to hit the subscribe button when they do.
Rachel smokes.I tried Kiri.
These two are hilarious, constantly waiting for new episodes
But once I did I loved it. The upload schedule is a little sporadic (busy lives!) but that just means when a new episode pops up it is like a surprise treat.These gals have great senses of humor and I love the âfillaâ as much as the âkillaâ.
All Killa No Filla is by far the best True Crime podcast I have found. Itâs well researched, respectful to the victims, and very funny.
Love these ladies and their weird dark heads.
Love the stories and the friendship between Kiri and Rachel. I have listened to almost every episode and love them all. Well done! Love from the USA!
I belly laugh at least once every time I listen. Worth the price of admission. Thanks for doing this show and how can I help get yâall some sponsors so I can enslave you into a weekly cadence??
EDIT: Okay, so maybe only the earlier eps were extremely straightforward, bc now they *do* ramble about other thingsâand yet itâs still hilarious! Honestly, I could listen to them talk about absolutely anything for hours; so funny and with such great chemistry. Really makes me feel like Iâm just listening to my friends :)I ADORE this podcast! I can't help but compare it to MFM, which is a shame bc it stands so great on its own right, but that's how I arrived here. I love AKNF bc the ladies have great banter but don't faff about for aaages like MFM does--this is especially appreciated in the live shows, as it's just awkward to hear that much waffling in front of a live audience. I think the girls are just hilarious too, and hugely appreciate how they're more brash and less apologetic/PC--that's the quality content I came for! And yet I've still never felt that they go too far or are unsympathetic, which is a fine line to dance. Overall, I love this podcast and am just bummed I've already heard most of the tales on other podcasts; it'd be even better to hear it for the first time here!
Iâd give it ten stars if I could
Is the subject matter disturbing? Yes. Is the sound quality not the best? Sure. Is it an amazing podcast anyway? Absolutely. These girls are hilarious and even if I donât understand some of their more UK centric comments (I canât help that Iâm American!), I still love it.
It's lovely to hear the amazing banter and shared common interest.
There are only a few podcasts Iâve ever been able to get into and this is one of them. Iâm super interested in serial killers and they give the information while keeping things light and having some pretty hilarious side stories.PS subscribe because I really want then to come to America (specifically Atlanta or Athens, GA) ð
The hosts are so funny; I love their easy banter and rapport. I also really appreciate that they get right to the point and don't have a lot of unnecessary and unrelated stuff going on. They do great research and each episode is really interesting.
I'm so happy I found this podcast!!! It is the perfect mix of interesting, informative, and hysterical. They have a way of being funny about the killers but not disrespectful to the victims. They really do their best to find as much information that they can, and they actually pay attention to listeners' requests. Keep it up!!!
I quickly became addicted to this one after my sister recommended it. Also, as an American (shhhshhhshhh), I enjoy insight into another culture. I mean, we donât speak âEnglishâ here...we speak âAmericanâ.
Love this podcast! Kiri and Rachel don't know this, but we are BEST FRIENDS. I love that these hilarious British comedians discuss more than just the "typical" serial killers...I've heard about so many new killers on this podcast! My husband is always asking me "aren't you listening about serial killers? Why is that making you laugh? Should I be worried?" ððð. Hilarious but informative podcast! â¤ï¸
I love this podcast so much. The girls are hilarious and I love their cute accents.
Iâm sure this podcast is great for English speaking people that can understand jumbled sentences and slang that I donât personally understand or care too. American True Crime Podcasts are way better than this from production to presentation. Plus they donât hate on the UK.
Kiri and Rachel are hilarious together. The banter between them is great throughout the episodes. They also do a good job of summarizing stories with the right amount of info. Do I ever miss an episode? ::Rachelâs Sister voice:: Donât think so, mate.
Just discovered this podcast a few days ago, have been binge listening ever since!
Funny but respectful. They're fantastic! Give it a listen if you have the time.
I stumbled upon this podcast and was instantly hooked! A truly fascinating and scenic journey through the stories of some of histories darker figured. Definitely worth a listen!
These ladies are awesome!!
Fresh take on frequently covered true crime heavy hitters. Their Fred and Rose West series is the greatest!
These two comedians are so funny and enjoyable to listen to, which is really saying something since half of what theyâre talking about is horrific crimes.
These two are so f-I gotta hilarious. If your mind is a murderpedia, you may not learn a ton of new info, but you will be entertained for sure. I almost feel guilty that I donât have to pay for each episode, and I totally would, as thatâs how much I appreciate this podcast.
There's no talent out here like these two ladies. Comedy, true crime facts, Welsh and Manchester vocabulary. The sessions are simultaneously hysterical and alarming. I listen in such chunks, I start talking British in my head. MORE MORE MORE PLEASE xoxo
Kiri and Rachel are hilarious, and provide terrific comedy with top notch jokes that avoid ridiculing the victims of crimes â itâs a tough needle to thread, but they do it with great skill. Unfortunately, the sound quality can be absolute crap; you have to crank up the volume to hear their dialogue, only to have your eardrums blown out when one of them laughs or moves closer to the microphone. Itâs a real bummer. Someone please send these wonderful comics some better equipment, or help them edit it to get the levels even because itâs physically painful sometimes.
They're like the British Karen and Georgia, except they've been around longer ð. Super funny and very entertaining!
In the words of Lizze McGuire...This is what dreams are made of
This podcast is insanely hilarious. As an avid listener of "My Favorite Murder" I was shocked to find that this podcast (which is funnier and better researched) has barely gotten any acknowledgement in the U.S. I would recommend this podcast to any female true crime fans over the age of 18 because the humor is NSFW to say the least. The only complaint I have is that there are not more episodes!
These ladies are incredible! Who would've thought a podcast about serial killers could be so hilarious? The chemistry between Rachel and Kiri is great, and they always provide interesting information and tons of laughs, while still honoring the victims. So glad I found this podcast!
This podcast is AMAZING. It is imformative and funny, the perfect mix of personal stories and murder info.
I like their style of telling their story of the criminal or serial killer. I've listen to all their most current ones so far.
Keep up the good work, love your podcast and your funny banter
Love the rambles and stories
Funny funny funny
These ladies are hilarious and I wish they posted episodes more frequently. But they don't have any ads so I'll take that trade-off
I love these ladies. Sooo funny and informative... and I probably like learning dirty British slang. #nosh
A recent addition to my library of true crime comedy podcasts. As a Wisconsinite used to pleasantly bland Midwestern accents (not even a 'Wiscaansin' to be heard 'round here), the hosts accents gave me a little trouble at first, but it's nothing I'd complain about. Learning lots of slang and turns of phrase (whether colloquialisms or the hosts' own way with words). But enough about my uncultured, unworldly auditory processing abilities. This podcast is just as it should be--bloody good fun, in more ways than one. The audio levels/quality start out a bit rough, though clear, and rapidly improve. It's also neat that the focus is specifically serial murder, and that they have covered crimes from most of the continents. And if you like the dynamic of, say, My Favorite Murder, personal anecdotes and wild tangents included, here's another for ya. Enjoy!
Hilarious women finding the humor in the grotesque parts of human nature. I look forward to new episodes every time they drop!
Respectful but hilarious tales of serial killers and random stories from the hosts