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Still haven't attended a Horrorhound Weekend? Corey and Dr. Vincent are here to hold you accountable and within every inch of your life to convince you otherwise. Listen in as they go over the illustrious list of guests, vendors, photo ops, and currently listed events. be sure to follow HHW on their socials and refer to their website(https://horrorhoundweekend.com/) to stay up to date on the show.
Leave a comment below and tell us what you think about the movie, Tokyo Drifter!The bros are reviewing Tokyo Drifter! The 1966 film was directed by B-Movie turned Movie Auteur, Seijun Suzuki. The bros discuss the movie in detail and discuss how a lowly movie made in 40 days turned out to influence many directors! Listen in as the boys analyze and critique this film and much more.Chapters:0:00 Intro2:48 Let's talk Seijun Suzuki!17:53 What the bros thought about Tokyo Drifter41:55 Random Topics! (HBOMax News, Industry, Beyonce's New Album)
We are back this Saturday with episode 61, 1977's Kingdom of the Spiders, with Tarantula Hill IPA, generously provided by @tarantulahillbrewingco, from Thousand Oaks. Part of the "nature runs amok" sub-genre of the 1970s, spiders up their game after humans have killed most of their natural prey with pesticides. So, they descend on peaceful Verde Valley and start taking down larger animals: like full grown bulls. You can tell by the poster you're in for some epic William Shatner acting. We found one of our most perfect pairings in this tight, delicious IPA from Tarantula Hill. Thanks for listening! Check out our website SUBSCRIBE: to the show on Apple Podcast or Google Play. You can also find us on Audible, Stitcher, Spotify, and Listen Notes. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook, and Twitter! We'd love to hear from you, so comment on our show wherever you are listening. And always, support your local brewery.
We've rolled around to the end of another week, and to kick start your weekend we've got a Breakfast Buffet with Jordan at Radio Control; some unlikely collaborations thanks to Dr. Zemke on Travelling Tunes; a kōrero with Violet French on the release day of Violet French and The Horrible; a bMovies featuring a review from Amelia D'Screte and a chat with film director Florian Habicht! Whakarongo mai nei!
Dr. West talks with Drummer Erinc of Mantar about their new album, "Pain Is Forever and This is the End." Mantar online: https://mantar.bandcamp.com/ https://mantar.bigcartel.com/ https://www.instagram.com/mantarband/ https://www.facebook.com/MantarBand
Our first ever interview episode!!!!Join us as we talk with Kevin Vonesper, the man behind the upcoming documentary: The Life and Slimes of Dukey Flyswatter and Haunted Garage. We touch on all sorts of topics from music to horror movies and most of all the man himself, Dukey Flyswatter.Go follow Kevin's projects:youtube.com/vonesperstudiosInstagram @kevinvonesperInstagram @dukeydocvonesperstudios.comdukeydoc.com
Axeman Olavi of the mighty Amon Amarth joins Dr. Vincent West in battle. They breakdown Amon Amarth's newest album, "The Great Heathen Army." Follow Amon Amarth: http://amonamarth.com http://facebook.com/AmonAmarth http://instagram.com/amonamarth http://twitter.com/amonamarthband https://www.tiktok.com/@amonamarthband
Dr. West talks with the Mad Frontman Shawn Knight of Child Bite about their newest split EP as well as touring. "Pass The Glue" is from the Multicult/Child Bite split EP, available via Hex Records: www.hexrecords.bandcamp.com
Dr. West welcomes back dear friend, Paul Ryan of Origin to FANTASM. "Chaosmos" is out now! ORDER ALBUM AT https://www.originofficial.com/chaosmos http://www.origin-chaosmos.com PRE-SAVE THE ALBUM https://geni.us/Origin-Chaosmos LISTEN TO "CHAOSMOS" SINGLE https://geni.us/Origin-Chaosmos-Single LISTEN TO "ECOPHAGY" SINGLE https://geni.us/Origin-Ecophagy VISIT THE BAND Website: http://www.OriginOfficial.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Origin Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginBand YouTube: http://bit.ly/subs-orgn-yt Instagram: http://instagram.com/originband On Tour: https://originofficial.com/tour Spotify: http://bit.ly/origin-spotify
It was time. It was finally time for a bargain bin piece of ****!!! And Tea found a gem amongst the plethora of dirge that is on Amazon Prime. Folks, its time for 'The Beaster Bunny'... otherwise titled 'Here comes Peter Cotonhill'...? If you are a fan of Asylum films or just incredibly low budget B-Movies in general....then this may actually be for you?! LETS GET INTO IT!!! Welcome to The Dreadcast where 2 small twitch streamers/ crazy horror nerds will take you into the world of horror each week in the form of film reviews, franchise retrospectives, video game reviews and plenty more! You can find the podcast on Spotify/ Apple/ Google/ Amazon/ Youtube/ Podbean by searching 'The Dreadcast'. FOLLOW AND RATE :) You can also send your questions, trivia and horror topics into the mailbox - firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us both at: Tom: Instagram - the_dreadcast Twitter - https://twitter.com/TomzillaVS Twitch - http://twitch.tv/Tomzillavs Tea (Ryan): Twitter - https://twitter.com/souls_tainted Twitch - https://twitch.tv/tainted_souls Instagram - the dreadcast
Welcome O'Hana family! It is WDW&B Movie Club This time we discuss: Chicken Little Join Rob, Danielle, Gregory, Shannon and our Facebook Live O'hana as we discuss fun facts, favorite characters, scenes and quotes along with ranking it at the end. Thank you for listening and please visit us at WDWBeyond.com, our Facebook page at WDW & Beyond Podcast and follow us on Instagram at @wdwbeyond.
CONTENT WARNING – Two tracks contain swearing, an awful lot of swearing! Please be careful around 1Hr25 and 1Hr51 if sensitive ears are around. Marvin Gaye – “Yesterday” Gil Scott-Heron – “B Movie” Fred Wesley and the JBs – “Damn Right I Am Somebody” Don Blackman – “Heart’s Desire” John Legend – “Ordinary People” (Heavy […] The post The Penthouse Funk Sessions 31st Jul 2022 appeared first on SSRadio.
Welcome to the season premiere of Channel 37's Midnight Movie Show! We're kicking off your weekend with tales of vengeance, beginning with 1984's iconic video store mainstay Angel! Then, only Squiggy and the American Werewolf stand between a cyborg assassin and her prey in 1991's Steel and Lace!Email: email@example.comTwitter: @WHXN37
Arnold Schwarzenegger war arm, ehrgeizig und lebte den amerikanischen Traum: Bodybuilder, Schauspieler in B-Movies und Action-Held. Danach eine politische Karriere und nun moralische Instanz. Georg Seeßlen und Merkus Metz blicken auf ein erstaunliches Leben. Von Markus, Seeßlen Georg Metz.
Some cool Friday stuff for ya: We've got Travelling Tunes with Dr. Zemke, a kōrero with Theo Gold, a bMovies review with Steve Newall, and a chat with Julie Zhu about Kāinga. Whakarongo mai nei!
We're baaaaccckkk!! Did you miss us? We missed you.After a month off for summer vacation, with a side of illness, GBW returns with 22 films for your perusal. Chris checked out Jordan Peele's NOPE, we have a duo of sequels to original films that are both classics (in their own way), Nicholas Cage takes on Lovecraft, radiation tainted marijuana messes us some high school kids, JJL makes a triumphant return to the show, Josh finally joins the cult of THREE O'CLOCK HIGH, a music festival brings out the worst in humanity, Dennis the Menace gets sleazy and so much more!Thanks for listening! Be sure to subscribe, rate and review the show wherever you listen to podcasts; join in the discussion on our Facebook group, and if you like what you hear - tell a friend and spread the word - every little bit helps!Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
Steve from Flicks comes into the studio to chat about Neptune Frost - an incredible Afro-futurist science fiction musical which you've definitely got to add to your NZIFF list. You catch it at the Hollywood Avondale of the 1st of August, and ASB Waterfront Theatre on the 2nd. Whakarongo mai nei!
In this episode of B Movies and Beyond, Peter and Ryan are joined by first time guest Olivia to discuss horror ice cream; the trailers for The Munsters, Day Shift, and Fall. Plus, they talk about Joe Dante claiming Grodu is a copy of Gizmo, Ryan Gosling would like to play Ghost Rider, and Sony has started filming the unwanted Madame Web film. Movies reviewed Thor: Love and Thunder (2022), Primal Rage (2018), and The Truman Show (1998). Enjoy!
Blood Diner - 1987Director - Jackie KongWriter - Michael SonyeMusic - Don PrestonStars:Rick BurksCarl CrewDrew GodderisRoger DauerLaNette La FranceMax MorrisLisa ElainaTanya PapanicolasFirst they greet you, then they eat you.
bMovies is back, baby! Our very own Viewmaster kicks off the reviews by talking about Stephen Karam's The Humans - originally a play, and now a creepy as hell film with a stacked cast. Whakarongo mai nei! Playing at the ASB Waterfront Theatre on 2 August and 6 August.
This Friday, Breakfast serves up a steaming plate of radio, seasoned with some Travelling Tunes and the return of bMovies! Tom Levesque chats about his film Shut Eye, and Sam (our Viewmaster) kicks off the reviews with The Humans. Whakarongo mai nei!
bMovies is back to celebrate the NZ International Film Festival! To kick it off, writer-director Tom Levesque comes up to the studio to talk about his debut feature film Shut Eye. Shut Eye follows the story of a young woman and her discovery of the ASMR world, shot in downtown Auckland in the winter of 2021. It's beautiful, eerie, and definitely not one to miss. Catch it at the Hollywood Avondale, 31 July. Whakarongo mai nei!
When lava spitting spiders emerge from the Santa Monica hills, only the cast of Police Academy can stop them! After the success of Sharknado, Lavalantula was one of many to get in on the creature feature/disaster craze, and it's a BLAST! Featuring a special message from director Mike Mendez! B-Movies are an art, and this one gets it RIGHT! Waffle Punch is a podcast about films, fandom, and faith, hosted by a professional comic book artist and a radio DJ. Connect with us on IG or Tiktok @wafflepunchpodcast, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org OR join us at any of these links!
We are back and live with our 85th edition of the Michael versus Jason Horrorcast featuring Billy!!!! This week is Christmas in July and Jason gets the gift of winning and chooses the B-Movie that nobody has ever heard of.. 2015's Christmas Slay. Join us as we mercifully discuss this film + Listen to Bill talk about his headshot movie (The Green Slime form 1968) for being last week's Loser + We discuss a few other movies we may have caught this week and go through our weekly segments such as "The Rename Game" , "Darwin/ Einstein Awards", "The Devil's Wheel" and we spin the wheel to see who is this week's Ultimate Loser and forced to take on the Headshot Movie.... Let us know your thoughts and give us recommendations through one of the ways listed below!!Follow us —Facebook- Facebook.com/MVJHorrorInstagram- Instagram.com/mvjhorrorcastTwitter- twitter.com/mvjhorrorEmail- MVJHorrorcast@Yahoo.com
B Movies are the Best Movies This week we get together to talk about Ari Aster's 2019 folk horror film Midsommar A couple travels to Northern Europe to visit a rural hometown's fabled Swedish mid-summer festival. What begins as an idyllic retreat quickly devolves into an increasingly violent and bizarre competition at the hands of a pagan cult. Visit the Snake Alley Festival of Film July 21-24th 2022 in Burlington, IA Like, Follow, Subscribe and visit www.thepfpn.com to have your mind blown with countless hours of epic podcasts
In this episode of B Movies and Beyond, Peter and Ryan discuss what actor we are tired of seeing getting more roles. New trailers for Clerks III & the Slash produced movie The Breach. The news of Avatar 2 being too long, are there post credits scenes in Thor: Love and Thunder, and tons of Marvel news. Movies reviewed are Charlie Clark's Green Ghost and the Masters of the Stone (2021) and Minions: The Rise of Gru (2022). Enjoy!
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Herschell Gordon Lewis's 1967 picture Something Weird, with Saturday Night Pants wheat ale and 1923 kölsch generously provided by our friends at Millstream Brewing in the Amana Colonies. A Faustian bargain is made, a serial killer is tracked in Wisconsin, and there's even a ghost haunting a church. It's Herschell Gordon Lewis, so it's cheap and weird, but the beer is great! Join us. Thanks for listening! Check out our website SUBSCRIBE: to the show on Apple Podcast or Google Play. You can also find us on Audible, Stitcher, Spotify, and Listen Notes. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook, and Twitter! We'd love to hear from you, so comment on our show wherever you are listening. And always, support your local brewery.
Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama - 1988Director - David DeCoteauWriter - Sergei HaseneczMusic - Guy MoonStars:Andras JonesLinnea QuigleyRobin StilleHal HavinsBrinke StevensMichelle BauerKathi O'BrechtCarla BGeorge "Buck" FlowerMichael Sonye aka "Dukey Flyswatter"In a bowling alley from Hell, there's only one way to score...
In this episode of B Movies and Beyond, Peter and Ryan, which sub-genre needs to make a comeback, the trailer for The Invitation, and James Bond being reinvented again. Movies reviewed, Beavis and Butthead Do The Universe (2022) and Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022). Enjoy!
One man wants the key to control the emotions of humankind and will disregard scientific ethics in order to get it. It's Chris Hemsworth in SPIDERHEAD!Here's the rapid recap to catch you up!In the near future, ambitious Pharma-bro Abnesti (Chris Hemsworth) runs clinical trials of his mood altering drugs on imprisoned convicts. But this is no ordinary prison – there are no cells, no real rules, no limitations. The only thing a prisoner has to do is take part in Abnesti's drug testing. With his vast array of drugs, Abnesti can control a person's emotions – making them laugh uncontrollably, love uncontrollably and fear uncontrollably. But his latest prisoner, Jeff (Miles Teller) is proving to be a little….uncontrollable. So it becomes a contest of wills as Abnesti tries to break Jeff, and Jeff tries to break out from this mind f#ck known as SPIDERHEAD!Follow us on Twitter @Craptaculus and on Instagram @cinemacraptaculusIntro Music: "The Builder" - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) | Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 | http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/This month we'd like to highlight “WRRAP” which stands for Women's Reproductive Rights Assistance Project. WRRAP is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that helps bridge the financial gap for disadvantaged people who seek an abortion or emergency contraceptives. You can find more information and donate at wrrap.org, that's W-R-R-A-P-DOT-ORG.
If you've seen classic B Movies like 1954's 'Them' or the criminally underappreciated classic, 'Starship Troopers', the words “Insect Warfare” probably conjure up some specific, likely silly imagery. But insects have featured in human conflicts in very real and often terrifying ways since the beginning of the historical record and likely, long before it. Jeffrey Lockwood is Professor of Natural Sciences and Humanities at the University of Wyoming and the author of 'Six-Legged Soldiers: Using Insects as Weapons of War'. He joins Jonathan to discuss, Catherine McGuinness, Zoologist and Educational Assistant at the National Museum of Ireland & Dr. Lara Dungan also joined Jonathan for Newsround.
Do you love classic horror films that also contain positive representation of black leading men? Do you prefer the word ghoul over zombie? Are they coming to get you Barbra? Then Night of the Living Dead (1968) is the movie for you! Check out this shockingly relevant classic directed on a shoestring budget by George A. Romero. This visceral B-Movie that made it big changed the horror game and invented the modern zombie genre as we know it. Starring Duane Jones and Judith O'Dea, this is one ghoul-fest you don't want to miss! Host, Sara Greenfield and her guest, Nick Lang, chat about all this and more on this week's episode of Talk Classic To Me. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sara-greenfield/support
B Movies are the Best Movies This week we get together to talk about David Slade's 2007 vampire flick 30 Days of Night After an Alaskan town is plunged into darkness for a month, it is attacked by a bloodthirsty gang of vampires. Like, Follow, Subscribe and visit www.thepfpn.com to have your mind blown with countless hours of epic podcasts
This week the guys return to the well (at least for this episode) and talk about some B Movies. Do all of their choices qualify as actual B Movies or do they bend the truth? Maybe. Sorta. Who knows? Regardless of whether or not they qualify, you should totally download and tune-in to find out. Copyright 2022 | Klopek Media
Today on the Rarified Heir Podcast Encore Edition we are talking to Dr. Tara Candoli whose father/Musician Pete Candoli who also happened to be our host Josh Mills' step-father. Which also means, that Josh's mum was Tara's step-mother. Tara's mother, actress Vicky Lane is famous for her portrayal of The Ape Woman in the film, The Jungle Captive & who also had a recording career. As if this wasn't confusing enough, Tara's other step-mother was actress/singer Betty Hutton. Not enough of a showbiz connection? We talk about her grandfather Kemp Niver who won a special Oscar for the preservation of the earliest silent films, actor Tom Neal whose explosive temperament led to scandal & even murder and that's just the beginning. We talk about Tara's professional career as a trauma therapist, making mud pies with Rock Hudson as a toddler, hitting recording and taping sessions with her dad, her wild days as a teenager in seventies LA, iconic makeup men who worked on her mom's films and much more. It's all right here, right now, on the Rarified Heir Podcast. Everyone has a story.
Stand-Up comedian and former backup dancer Kim McVicar joins Tara & Dave for this Boy Band mash-up of three 90's mega boy bands combined! Like some teen idol Voltron this is a mega boy band movie! Featuring - A.J. McLean, Howie Dorough, and Nick Carterfrom Backstreet Boys. From NSYNC it features Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick and finally, bringin' the heat, it's Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees Well, the 90's called and said we don't want your boy bands back why don't you make a post-apocalyptic, some-what-Cowboy(?), Zombie movie! It's Dead 7!Here's how —IMDB describes the movie:After a zombie apocalypse, a woman somehow succeeds in training zombies to work for her as an army of the dead so that she can take over what is left of the world, but her plan is threatened when the town's Marshal hires a group of gunslingers to stop the woman's evil plans.“Carpentune” Intro and outro music composed & performed by Gregory BromfieldFollow us on Twitter @Craptaculus and on Instagram @cinemacraptaculusFollow Kim McVicar on twitter @McvicarKim and on Instagram @kim.mcvicarFollow Tara on Twitter & Instagram @TarTarSauce1Follow Dave on Twitter & Instagram @SuperDaveAwesumFollow Adam on Instagram @UrjesteriTuneshttps://apple.co/34WS22mSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/6JkObSg6o3RdKcSmJ5zeZ3?si=qO56jiXeTueoRIvQYZCEsQ
Welcome O'Hana family! It is WDW&B Movie Club This time we discuss: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Join Rob, Danielle, Gregory and our Facebook Live O'hana as we discuss fun facts, favorite characters, scenes and quotes along with ranking it at the end. Thank you for listening and please visit us at WDWBeyond.com, our Facebook page at WDW & Beyond Podcast and follow us on Instagram at @wdwbeyond.
In this episode of B Movies and Beyond, Peter and Ryan who they think is the most dangerous fictional villain, the trailers for The Boys Herogasm & Code Name Banshee, and the Joker sequel could potentially be a musical. Plus, Peter not understanding the Ezra Miller drama. Movies reviewed are Jurassic World: Dominion (2022) and Interceptor (2022). Enjoy!
This Saturday, 1988's The Undertaker, with X-Ray Specs, from @strandbrewingco. Joe Spinell, in his final role, stars as Roscoe, the truly unnerving killer in this lost, never finished film. Roscoe's motives are never really clear, but the body count keeps growing. We paired this with a creamy stout, brewed with coconut and cocoa nibs, that Strand generously provided for the episode. It's a trip, and one we hope you take Thanks for listening! Check out our website SUBSCRIBE: to the show on Apple Podcast or Google Play. You can also find us on Audible, Stitcher, Spotify, and Listen Notes. Follow us on Instagram , Facebook, and Twitter! We'd love to hear from you, so comment on our show wherever you are listening. And always, support your local brewery.
Women unite! This episode of GBW features a slew of female protagonists who do things their way and don't give an eff who gets in the way!19 movies are covered this time including a noir classic, a comedy where rock meets wrestling, a dance competition that gets out of hand, a British prison break flick, Kevin Bacon going white water rafting yet again, a look at Oscar nominated THE WORST PERSON IN THE WORLD, the nuttiness that is FREEWAY II: CONFESSIONS OF A TRICKBABY and so much more!Thanks for listening! Be sure to subscribe, rate and review the show wherever you listen to podcasts; join in the discussion on our Facebook group, and if you like what you hear - tell a friend and spread the word - every little bit helps!Links to all our web stuff at www.gbwpodcast.com
In this episode of B Movies and Beyond, Peter and Ryan are joined by special guest Brenden to do a special podcast, where instead of reviewing movies they review TV shows. Shows reviewed are The Boys season 3, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. Plus they discuss what 20+ year old movies deserve a sequel, the new trailer for Black Adam, and Jurassic World: Dominion disappointments. Enjoy!