American film director and producer
¿Recuerdan las dobles funciones en el cine? ¿Recuerdan las "Permanencias Voluntarias"? ¿Recuerdan cuando los cines le ponian pausa a la pelicula a veces en el peor momento, para que fueramos a comprar dulces en su puestito?¿recuerdan cuando el filme estaba mocho, y le faltaban escenas? Pues un dia Robert Rodriguez y Quentin Tarantino decidieron hacer un tremendo homenaje a esos dias y nos trajeron DOS filmes por el precio de uno : "Grindhouse" Un filme de Zombies con mucha accion y luego filme de un asesino serial que en vez de cuchillo usa un automovil reforzado. Toda una coMbinacion ganadora!! (o casi.. pero bueh!)
The dudes talk more Robert Rodriguez with SPY KIDS 2: THE ISLAND OF LOST DREAMS and MACHETE. Not intended for children. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers. Twitter: https://twitter.com/TwoDudes7 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Two-Dudes-One-Double-Feature-Podcast-108846657540306 Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/twodudesonedoublefeature/?igshid=17oyviqg0pxno&fbclid=IwAR13Qy_UYaRmxREDtBlpA7zWovszRFB_C3QTB7xTbbDXZnvMZrWeATkCHHg Richard's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Channel23hahaha Joey's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkFZy6PEmCY2SPScOAWkXbg?view_as=subscriber
Hello, and welcome! This week we are doing another body snatcher type movie, so it wouldn't be the same without having our buddy Josh take Vin's spot. Robert Rodriguez was able to get a lot of folks on board with this. Truly I'm amazed, we are flooded by talent. We are also lousing with rapist's too, which is a bummer. Well, we hope you enjoy!
Grab your electro-shock gumballs, your instant cement, and your Machete-handmade smallest camera in the world™ because we've got a mission for you. That mission is an all new episode of Austin Danger Podcast and we're talking about Robert Rodriguez's 2001 family-action comedy SPY KIDS. FLOOP is a madman HELP us SAVE us! Connect with us on Twitter, Instagram, or our Letterboxd HQ at @austindangerpod. Send us a letter or voicemail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll share them on our episodes. Listen to Kev's other podcast, Ammonite Movie Nite! Listen to McKenzie's other podcasts Wisteria Gays & ON LYNCH. NEXT WEEK: We're jumping far away from our normal 90s vibe with a recent, and somewhat divisive, awards baby - LA LA LAND (2016).
Ramblers, let's get ramblin' as Horror Movie Maven and VHS Vixen Lindsay Washburn joins Jonny and Darin to disuss FROM DUSK TILL DAWN, Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino's classic genre mashup from 1996. They chat about critics' resistence to the movie's abrupt switch in tones and the impact / influence of horror movies on pop culture today. It's bound to be a hell of a podcast!
Hey Kids! Let's go back to 1998 for this Robert Rodriguez directed movie, The Faculty! Join me in discussing two strapping or one strap (backpacks guys LOL), Tommy Hilfiger ads, my magazine poster hack, the quote from this movie that I had in my AIM profile (AOL instant messenger) , 90s horror changes....AND SO MUCH MORE! Grab your drinks & let's go!
Jason Teasley and Mark Radulich review movies currently on streaming services: Grindhouse and Hobo with a Shotgun Review! First up is Death Proof (2007) (Showtime). Then we move on to Planet Terror (2007) (Showtime). Finally we review Hobo with a Shotgun (2011) (Hulu). Disclaimer: The following may contain offensive language, adult humor, and/or content that some viewers may find offensive – The views and opinions expressed by any one speaker does not explicitly or necessarily reflect or represent those of Mark Radulich or W2M Network. Mark Radulich and his wacky podcast on all the things: https://linktr.ee/markkind76 also snapchat: markkind76 FB Messenger: Mark Radulich LCSW Tiktok: @markradulich twitter: @MarkRadulich
To paraphrase Hartigan: 'They grew up, they filled out.' This week is our very special 50th episode here at the Film Church and we celebrate in style by continuing our Noirvember specials and watching Sin City, a formative film in our co-hosts past! We talk about dames, comic book movies and Robert Rodriguez!With it being episode 50, throw us a 'Congrats!' by subscribing and giving us a 5 star review! After all.. You don't turn 50 every day! We hope that you enjoy the show and return in future to the congregation!Show Website: https://film-church-radio.captivate.fm/listenLewis' Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/walkerlewis3007/Past Episodes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/film-church-radio/id1603164927Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/filmchurchradio/
We're back! Our super deluxe vinyl box sets arrived in the mail, and Tony and Teej are ready to dish even deeper on the sparkling new Revolver remixes, bonus tracks, and beautiful accompanying 100-page book. At least Tony is. T.J. might've taken one too many edibles and spent the week listening to Eddie Murphy's 1993 Motown Records sensation Love's Alright. TUNE IN TO FIND OUT! ----- Episode links: Give Robert Freeman's rejected cover art a spin. Check out the Beatle lyric manuscripts at Northwestern University (shout out to Robert Rodriguez of Something About the Beatles) Like and subscribe! Come hang with us on Discord/Facebook/Twitter/Instagram! Drop us a review on Apple Podcasts!
The school has been taken over by aliens! This week we're back to school as we talk about the 1998 Robert Rodriguez directed THE FACULTY. Loaded cast, pretty decent 90's CGI and Robert Patrick. What else do you need? Now the question is, do you want cherry flavored? Check out the #hackthemovies review on THE FACULTY here: https://youtu.be/sMhSo8IWRLA LIKE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE and HIT THE BELL GO TO OUR LINKTREE FOR ALL OF OUR LINKS https://linktr.ee/dissectthatfilm FOLLOW THE HOST Twitter: https://twitter.com/parkerdissects Instagram: https://instagram.com/parkerdissects FOLLOW THE CO-HOSTS https://twitter.com/dnagaming_1 https://twitter.com/roehm_21dw (Dan) https://twitter.com/aradella (Angela) WATCH THEM ON TWITCH https://twitch.tv/dna_gaming1 Opening/Closing music: DISSECTION & COLD - DARKRAIZARD Follow wherever you listen to your music.
Robert was born with a birth defect called Fibular Hemimelia. His mother made a hard decision when he was 10 months old to amputate his leg. Growing up wasn't easy, he lost his home in a house fire when he was young , suffered through some abusive circumstances as well as other hardships . As a young man he had to adapt to PMA as he calls it "Positive Mental Attitude". Sports as a way to show people what I can do instead of what I can't. Robert was able to turn his Test into his Testimony and began embracing his disability. This has led me to be on several Tv Shows such as ; American Ninja Warrior, Ink Masters, 7 Seconds, Returning the Favor with Mike Rowe, and much more. He then created his speaking company Limb Possible, and helped create a non profit Limb Kind where he has traveled around the world helping underprivileged children recieve prosthetics. In 2019 a short film about my life "Able" was nominated for an Emmy. You can learn more about Robert via his website Robertanthony.us and connect with him on Facebook and Instagram For more information about James Roberts (the host of the podcast), visit jamesowenroberts.com and connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Youtube, Tik Tok and Instagram He participated in his first CAF event when he was 21 and from there fell in love with the organization and has been a part of it since! Robert Quotes " CAF and the amazing community involved has been so helpful a long my journey and I am honored to call myself a CAF Athlete'' Robert has played on the Amp 1 Basketball Team and competed in NBA half times, USA Sitting Volleyball Nationals and the A2 team, Para Spartan World Championships. He is a Player on the USA Amputee Soccer Team and is now a USA Elite Paratriathlete with 4 World Races under his belt in his 2nd year of Triathlon. Robert Quotes " My goal is to empower others and show them "Anything's Possible ".
A disgraced podcast attempts to win back their followers by livestreaming one night alone in a haunted house. But when they accidentally re-summon an angry demon, the big comeback event becomes a real-time fight for relevance. On Episode 536 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss Deadstream from the first time feature filmmaking duo of Vanessa and Joseph Winter! We also talk about our worst Trick or Treat experiences, we attempt to redefine found footage for the digital age, and we get a crash course in sidewalk narcotics. So grab your beefcam, make sure to pack extra holy water, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Extended Halloween, lan lines or fault lines, how does the cloud work?, Tubi, Sweet Pickles, Spooktacular, Haunted Hillando, scaring mothers, Dagobar, worst Trick or Treat experiences, free fentanyl, ammunition as treats, NE Ohio is nuts, matchbox cars, potato cannon, pillow case for candy, Luke Skywalker costume, Andor, swearing in Star Wars, The Mandalorian, Ween, Ghost, Ted Theodore Logan, nitrous balloons, sexy speakeasy, Barry White, huffing balloons, pink furry costumes, X-Rated Vision, Blackout Friday, Hellbender, Robert Rodriguez, El Mariachi, Rebel Without A Crew, jack-of-all trades filmmaking, found footage, Deadstream, Joseph Winter, Vanessa Winter, Jared Cook, Now Footage, getting no-hit in the World Series, Logan Paul, Jake Paul, kink-shaming found footage fans, gimmicks collide, Sam Raimi, Evil Dead II, Army of Darkness, Dashcam, demon ghost bites a D, beefcam, shiny door knobs, Zombie Grrlz, “Spider-Man Comedy”, contextual comedy, Barbarian Brothers, Barbarian, the Coffin Corner, V/H/S/99, Gump, Legend, “Special Brownies”, Dave Matthews Band, Phish, The Grateful Dead, Phish Food, Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream, and Ravenshadow's alcoholic origin story.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:email@example.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
Vulture critic Roxana Hadadi returns to Hit Factory for her hat trick to discuss Robert Rodriguez's 'From Dusk Till Dawn', a rambunctious genre hybrid that blends elements of crime pictures, westerns, and gory exploitation horror to uproarious effect.We discuss the ascendancy of Rodriguez and screenwriter Quentin Tarantino during the mid-90s, the undeniable magnetism of a tribal-tattooed George Clooney (in his big screen debut), and ponder the significance of that eye-popping final shot. Follow Roxana Hadadi on Twitter.Read Up "All Night with George Clooney: From Dusk Till Dawn at 25" by Roxana at Crooked Marquee. Get access to all of our premium episodes and bonus content by becoming a Hit Factory Patron for just $5/month.....Our theme song is "Mirror" by Chris Fish.
Hey Listener, this show was to big to be just one episode so here is part II which focuses on AVP: Alien vs. Predator (2004), Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem (2007), Predators (2010), The Predator (2018), and Prey (2022). Paul WS Anderson sucks. Everyone should watch the early 90's classic Stone Cold and watch a komodo dragon eat a candy infused protein shake. Double barrel chin. Cody goes on a tangent about his love for AVP. Pawl wants that human blood and your host pitches his theory on why kids could watch R rated in the 80s, but not the 90s movies. Let Genndy Tartakovsky create an AVP animated film. Are we going to see Predator/human sex? Do you want Pawl to like your movie; then kill a kid. Dropping a nuke in the continental 48. Robert Rodriguez and a killer cast makes Predators an incredible movie. The Devil's Rejects side rant. How does this lady know about the first Predator movie and stumbling upon Laurence Fishburne. Attempting to toothbrush shank a Predator. Seeing a movie in theaters vs. seeing it at home. Cody leaves to get an energy drink, pee, and then come back in to crap all over John Wick. The Predator: Shane Black hires a registered sex offender, doesn't understand how Autism works, and makes fun of Tourettes all in one film. “That's my new suit, Bubba. I hope they have it in a 42 Long” and a talking Predator. GROAN! A Monster energy drink fueled Stanley Kubrick side rant. Is the Predator to OP in 1700's? Ranking the worst of the White guys. Cody Hucker: Third Wave Feminist. What Predator movie concept would you like to see next?
This week Ashley Scoot Meyers talks with writers, Josh Stifter and Daniel Degnan. These guests first hit the scene by being featured on the Rebel Without A Crew TV Series along with Robert Rodriguez. They talk about that experience and making their first movie which was documented in the show, The Good Exorcist (2018). Their […]
Newsly.me -- Have the news read to you by downloading the Newsly app on iOS and Android. To get 1-MONTH free from their PREMIUM service put in our code when you set up the account, NERD1N10N -- The Mandalorian: Season 2 -- Created By: Jon Favreau -- Directed By: Jon Favreau & Peyton Reed & Bryce Dallas Howard & Carl Weathers & Dave Filoni & Robert Rodriguez & Rick Famuyiwa -- Written By: Jon Favreau & Dave Filoni & Rick Famuyiwa -- Starring: Pedro Pascal-- Amy Sedaris-- Temuera Morrison-- Misty Rosas-- Mercedes Varnado (Sasha Banks)-- Katee Sackhoff-- Giancarlo Esposito-- Gina Carano-- Omid Abtahi-- Ming-Na Wen-- John Leguizamo-- Timothy Olyphant-- Richard Ayocade-- Simon Kassianides-- Titus Welliver-- Carl Weathers-- Horatio Sanz-- Michael Biehn-- Rosario Dawson-- Diana Lee Inosanto-- Bill Burr-- Mark Hamill-- --The Mandalorian, also known as "Mando" or "Din Djarin," is searching the galaxy for the Jedi in an effort to find the people of his Force-wielding, alien son simply called, “The Child” or "Grogu."-- Give us a follow on Twitter & Instagram @nerdinion And, give a 5-star review anywhere you can! Cheers!
On our second installment of the 2022 13 Days of Hallowtober, My-Kill joins me along with Patsy the Angry Nerd and Ashes!! Today, we discuss the 1996 Robert Rodriguez film, “From Dusk Till Dawn,” written by and starring Quentin Tarantino, as well as George Clooney, Harvey Keitel, and Juliette Lewis! A couple of thieves get more than they bargained for when they kidnap a family to help them get over the Mexican border. This is an interesting and thrilling film, that grabs you and doesn't let go! Be sure to stay for the blooper at the very very end! Patsy the Angry Nerd & Ashes can be found at throwdownthursdaypodcast.com. Facebook groups: Throwdown Thursday and Loudest Sports Show. Youtube: Throwdown Thursday Podcast Chris Esper can be found at: http://www.storiesmotion.com Haven Podcasts: Fright Lounge: Our monthly live streaming show where we talk about ALL Horror Media! https://www.facebook.com/frightlounge Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ThenIsNowPodcast Now only $3!! Help support your favorite Pop Culture show. Not only do you get access to our special filmmakers series, but new subscribers will be entered into a contest to win a free copy of actor Sean Kanan's amazing book, Way of the Cobra!! TeePublic: http://www.teepublic.com/stores/havenpodcasts Feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org Join the conversation at our Facebook Group Twitter: @HavenPodcasts Website: havenpodcasts.com where you'll find our sister show, The East Meets the West, in which we discuss Shaw Brothers films and Spaghetti Western movies! Please SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube page, also! Don't forget to go to wherever you download your podcasts from and leave us a great review so more listeners can find us! You can find us on all the podcasting apps, especially the big 3: iTunes, Spotify, and Stitcher! Enjoy, Re-Gor
Hold onto your guitar cases because in this week's episode, we're heading back to 2003 and holding Robert Rodriguez accountable for the third part of the Mexico trilogy. The giant mess is, of course, Once Upon A Time In Mexico. Sponsor - Audible: audibletrial.com/sequel Website: www.sequelisers.com/ Discord: www.sequelisers.com/discord Monthly live streams: www.sequelisers.com/live-streams Shop: www.sequelisers.com/shop Twitter: twitter.com/sequelisers Instagram: instagram.com/sequelisers Music by Daniel Williams
It's the glossy, starry, sexy 90s! This week Mike is joined by Becky Darke to discuss Neil Jordan's INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE and Robert Rodriguez's FROM DUSK TILL DAWN. Join us for some upcoming Halloween events, a GHOSTWATCH SCREENING on 29th October at the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford, and a CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON screening on 31st October at the Regent Street Cinema in London! Music by Jack Whitney. Big thank you to Mary Wild for this week's 'Wild About Horror' segment! Sign up to Mary's Patreon! Follow Mary on Twitter to find out more about her upcoming courses and follow her podcast, PROJECTIONS PODCAST. Visit our website www.evolutionofhorror.com Buy tickets for our next upcoming EVOLUTION OF HORROR PRESENTS screening at the Genesis Cinema! www.evolutionofhorror.com/genesis You can now buy Evolution of Horror merch on our TeePublic store! www.evolutionofhorror.com/merchandise Subscribe and donate on PATREON for bonus monthly content and extra treats... www.patreon.com/evolutionofhorror Email us! Follow us on TWITTER Follow us on INSTAGRAM Like us on FACEBOOK Join the DISCUSSION GROUP Join the DISCORD Follow us on LETTERBOXD Mike Muncer is a producer, podcaster and film journalist and can be found on TWITTER
Your teachers are trying to kill you! Horror month rolls on with two movies about cutting class and getting cut by knives. Representing the arthouse, it's Dario Argento's 1977 Italian giallo cult classic, Suspiria. And representing the mainstream, it's maybe the most 1998 movie of all time - Robert Rodriguez's The Faculty, written by Kevin Williamson and starring all your favorite 90s kids. Which movie will enter the canon? And which will enter the trash canon and we can never watch it again for the rest of our lives?? Listen to find out!! NEXT WEEK: The Vvitch vs The Craft JOIN US EVERY MONDAY NIGHT ON TWITCH 8PM ET: https://www.twitch.tv/foreverdogteam VIDEO & AD FREE EPISODES ON FOREVER DOG PLUS https://foreverdog.plus THE COMPLETE CANON & TRASH CANON ON LETTERBOXD: https://letterboxd.com/weekendbergman/lists FOLLOW JOE ON LETTERBOXD: https://letterboxd.com/joecilio FOLLOW WEEKEND AT BERGMAN'S https://twitter.com/weekendbergman https://www.instagram.com/weekendbergman https://www.tiktok.com/@weekendbergman BUY MERCH https://www.teepublic.com/user/weekend-at-bergmans WEEKEND AT BERGMAN'S IS A FOREVER DOG PODCAST https://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/weekend-at-bergmans Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Josh Stifter has done a lot. He was a contestant on Robert Rodriguez's filmmaking reality show, "Rebel Without A Crew", where he made the film, The Good Exorcist. He's back with his newly released "comedy horror" film, Greywoods Plot that is available on multiple platforms, one of them being Tubi. Go track it down! Check out Josh' website and Patreon page for Flush Studios below. https://www.joshstifter.com/ https://www.patreon.com/flushstudios Don't forget to follow The Basement on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tylergeisbasementpod/?hl=en
Boo! We're back! It's the month of October 2022 and we're fucking around with vampires...This week we reviewed the 1996 horror classic From Dusk Till Dawn, directed by Robert Rodriguez, starring George Clooney, Quentin Tarantino, Harvey Keitel, Juliette Lewis, and more! Tune in to find out why - yet again - Jeff hates Quentin Tarantino. Why Mark is down with putting his toes in Tarantino's mouth to get into Hollywood, why we love prosthetics and more! IMDB synopsis "Two criminals and their hostages unknowingly seek temporary refuge in a truck stop populated by vampires, with chaotic results." Music this month is brought to you by the alternative hip-hop duo EquallyOpposite from Charlottesville, Virginia with their song "Push". Get their music wherever you get yours! Spotify YouTube TikTok Instagram Follow the podcast on Twitter @moviedrafthouse Mark - @iheardyouliked Jeff - @PodcastsbyJeff
This week on The Pod Charles Cinecast, presented by The Prince Charles Cinema, our hosts Jonathan Foster and Fil Freitas head to Mexico and find themselves locked up in a bar full of blood-sucking vampires! It's October! So that means it's the return of the Spooky Ookie season on the podcast, and we bring back our Halloween mini-arc – VAMPIRES, WITCHES, AND WEREWOLVES, OH MY! Over the next four weeks we'll present a different horror film, based on Vampires, Witches, Werewolves, and Oh, My (a spooky Grab Bag). It's Week One : Vampires, and we're talking the Quentin Tarantino penned, Robert Rodriguez directed classic FROM DUSK TILL DAWN. Starring George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino as the Gecko brothers, a pair of fugitives on the run for a string of robberies and murders, who kidnap the Fuller family of Harvey Keitel, Juliette Lewis, and Ernest Liu; commandeering their RV and using it to escape into Mexico with. Once across the border, this very Tarantino-esque, talky crime thriller turns full bat shit crazy, when they find themselves holding out in a bar that is a haven for vampires. The film is notable for making stars of Clooney and Salma Hayek, as well as featuring some pretty groovy tunes, but it is clearly a film of two parts. Does it hold up and have a place as one of the great cult vampire movies of all-time? Or is it a great crime film that is dragged down by its shlocky genre film second half? Tune in to find out... If you enjoy the podcast, leave a Rating and Review! It really helps us out! As always, you can follow the Podcast on https://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast) and https://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast) If you'd like to Support the Podcast and get Bonus Content, visit: https://www.patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast) This Podcast is produced by http://princecharlescinema.com/ (The Prince Charles Cinema) and http://breadcrumbscollective.com/ (The Breadcrumbs Collective)
Welcome to the place where we get to let our geek flags fly and talk about all things geek. Basically a fuzzy guide to life, the universe, and everything but mostly geek stuff. This is a look into the world of geekdom and some geek news, comics, The Simpsons, Star Wars, and whatever randomness finds its way onto the recording. This level of the podcast is a great conversation all about some of the amazing geeky directors who have brought us the stuff that makes podcasts like this even possible. Marshall Danny and I talked a bunch of them (a list of 20 plus 5 honorable mentions). They include: Tim Burton, Sam Raimi, Quentin Tarantino, Ron Howard, Edgar Wright, Ridley Scott, Joe Johnston, Richard Donner, Peter Jackson, Taika Waititi, Ivan Reitman, Denis Villenueve, Lloyd Kaufman, Ryan Coogler, Phil Lorde & Chris Miller, The Russo Brothers, Stanley Kubrick, George Lucas, Jon Favreau, Steven Spielberg, Bryce Dallas Howard, Dave Filoni, James Mangold, Robert Rodriguez, and Rian Johnson. It's a good chat. Congrats on completing Level 314 of the podcast! Think positive, test negative, stay safe, wash your hands, wear a mask, and good luck out there. Feel free to contact me on Twitter and/or Instagram (@wookieeriot). You can also reach the show by e-mail, email@example.com., or by joining the Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1879505335626093). I'd love to hear from you. Merch is available at teepublic.com/user/laugh-it-up-fuzzball. Also subscribe to the feed on Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, Stitcher, Breaker, IHeartRadio, RadioPublic, Spotify, or any of the apps which pull from those sources. Go do your thing so I can keep doing mine. If you feel so inclined, drop a positive rating or comment on those apps. Ratings help others find the madness. Tell your friends, geekery is always better with peers. Thank YOU for being a part of this hilarity! There's a plethora of ways to comment about the show and I look forward to seeing your thoughts, comments, and ideas. May the force be with us all, thanks for stopping by, you stay classy, be excellent to each other and party on dudes! TTFN… Wookiee out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/support
Welcome back to another trip inside the world of the WR? podcast! Episode 133 is banging! This week's opening topics include Hey Ed and The J checking out the Pusha T concert, The Wiz and The J working on a new film project with the George A. Romero Foundation, AEW wrestlers stepping away, and a quick review of both nights of AEW Grand Slam. The deep WR? coverage of the NFL continues with weeks three and four. It's Fantasy Football, Steelers' latest breakdown, results & predictions, and WR? Power Rankings. Next up is a full review of the latest season (season 5) of "Cobra Kai". Then, it's the last "The Movies That Made US" segment before a hiatus. This week is The J's pick with a film that inspired him to make his own movies. Its the amazing debut of filmmaker Robert Rodriguez with 1993's "El Mariachi". As always, a trip to the "waterfall of goofs" closes out the show with a new "G R' G". Please enjoy responsibly. PRESENTED by churchillpictures.com Timestamps: 0:00:00 - Intro: Hey Ed and The J at Pusha T's Concert, The Wiz and The J On a New Film Project with the George A. Romero Foundation, AEW Wrestlers Stepping Away, and a Quick Review of Both Nights of AEW Grand Slam 0:46:58 - NFL Segment: Fantasy Football, Steelers' Latest Breakdown, Results & Predictions, and WR? Power Rankings 1:22:37 - Review: "Cobra Kai" Season 5 (2022) 1:44:13 - The Movies That Made US: "El Mariachi" (1993) 2:07:16 - Goofs R Goofs Thanks for Listening!
Oh my, what is this? Emily has created a new holiday? Well, let's listen in and learn more about it on today's Emily Explains It All. You might have already guessed, but it involves the delicious Cajun culinary staple known as gumbo. And friendship. There's some friendship in there too. CJ has decided to switch up his Halloween routine this year by watching different movies than he usually does. But what genre of horror film is he delving into? The late-90s/early-2000s slasher revival film! Films like I Know What You Did Last Summer, Scream, and others from around that era that aren't specifically slashers (like Robert Rodriguez's The Faculty). Sounds like it's gonna be one heck of a good time. And on today's Parent Pickup, Matt discusses many life lessons we all wish we had been warned about before leaving high school. This isn't specifically about stuff we wish we learned in school, like baking or learning how to file taxes, but more so about the realities everyone faces after leaving the safety net that is schooling in America. It's a tough topic we can all relate to, and maybe it will be a good idea to tell future generations of teens what they can realistically expect. Who knows. Oh, well, whatever. Bye. Support the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MAIN EPISODE: On the Grindhouse Season Finale, we take a look at Robert Rodriguez's film, From Dusk Till Dawn. Gathering around the roundtable is Chicago podcaster Aaron Houillon with WSTR: Galactic Public Access, the screenwriter and Twitch streamer Doug, and the talented designer Diego. Listen to us as we drive into the lore that Rodriguez set up with his best friend Quentin Tarantino...and we talk about feet, of course.The film canters around the Gecko Brothers as they come to the tail end of their crime spree as they attempt to evade Law Enforcement and the FBI by crossing the Mexico border. Seth (George Clooney) is the mastermind of the group while we placates and supports his psychotic brother Richard (Quentin Tarantino). As they make their way to the rendezvous point just South of the border, the brothers will begin to find out that this bar, The Titty Twister will harbor a dark force beyond their wildest imaginations.Connect with Aaron on his Star Wars podcast - WSTR: Galactic Public AccessConnect with Doug on TwitchSupport Cinedicate on PatreonConnect with Cinedicate on these social platforms!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cinedicate/Twitter: https://twitter.com/cinedicate/Discord: https://www.cinedicate.com/discord Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to another episode of problematic people that put out awesome films and the guilt from enjoying them. That's right, this week the Ghouls talk about the 2007 Grindhouse double feature: Death Proof directed by Quentin Tarantino and Planet Terror directed by Robert Rodriguez.
On the podcast this time, Steven and Sean are seeking some sweet revenge after being double-crossed by crooked businessmen and politicians. We watched and talked about the Robert Rodriguez film from 2010, Machete.Let's see… Have we got an ex-Federale waging an unstoppable crusade to enact bloody revenge on the bastards who took his family and life away from him? Check.A brother who is a man of God but isn't all that concerned with all of that “do not kill” nonsense? Check.The sweetest comeuppance for an extremist political asshole you could ever hope to find in a movie? Check.Lindsay Lohan dressed as a murderous nun? Um, check?It appears that this film has everything a person could ever want in an action flick. Better yet, it's our B movie of the month. Listen on to find out if we give it a rating of brilliant, flunder, or the dreaded blunder.(Recorded on August 25, 2022)Links to Stuff We Mentioned:Machete (2010) — The Movie Database (TMDB)Machete trailer - YouTubeJeff Fahey — The Movie Database (TMDB)Cheech Marin — The Movie Database (TMDB)Steven Seagal — The Movie Database (TMDB)Shea Whigham — The Movie Database (TMDB)Don Johnson — The Movie Database (TMDB)Citizen Kane (1941) — The Movie Database (TMDB)Machete Kills (2013) — The Movie Database (TMDB)Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014) — The Movie Database (TMDB)Nash Bridges (TV Series 1996–2001) — The Movie Database (TMDB)The Matrix (1999) — The Movie Database (TMDB)Hero's journey - WikipediaThe Fast and the Furious (2001) — The Movie Database (TMDB)Under Siege (1992) — The Movie Database (TMDB)Executive Decision (1996) — The Movie Database (TMDB)Grindhouse (2007) — The Movie Database (TMDB)Quentin Tarantino — The Movie Database (TMDB)Edgar Wright — The Movie Database (TMDB)Rob Zombie — The Movie Database (TMDB)Machete Kills Again… in Space — The Movie Database (TMDB)F9 (2021) — The Movie Database (TMDB)Give us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts!Our Buzzsprout site!Our Instagram profile!Our Twitter profile!
Welcome to Episode 73: LatinXcellence - Part One In this episode, Danny & Gabe chat about Latino/Hispanic actors and filmmakers who stand out to them, including the movie Selena & Robert Rodriguez. Danny also chats about the Star Wars universe continuing to expand its diversity, especially with Latino/Hispanic actors. They also highlight a non-profit called Rainforest Foundation which strives to support indigenous and traditional peoples of the world's rainforests in their efforts to protect their environment. Visit and support them at: https://rainforestfoundation.org/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/popcultx/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/popcultx/support
This week we are covering Robert Rodriguez's 1996 film ‘From Dusk Till Dawn.' We talk all things Tarantino (reluctantly), Corey and Carson disagree on Spy Kids 3D, and we analyze the inspiration countless video games drew from this film. Does this film have more feet than any of the flicks Tarantino directed? It's a REAL good time. Follow us on Social Media- Facebook- www.facebook.com/HHYNSPodcast Twitter- @hhynsmovies Instagram- @hhynsmovies Letterboxd- HHYNSPod Patreon- Patreon.com/hhynspod Thank You to our Patrons- Caitlin Matthews, Stephen Woosley, Jack Smith, and Darrin Freeborn.
Get ready to have you mind blown. If you ever wanted to know the TRUE STORY on how the mythical El Mariachi, written and directed by Robert Rodriguez, then this is the conversation you want to listen to.Today on the show we have producer Elizabeth Avellán. Elizabeth Avellan was born in Caracas, Venezuela, where her grandfather, Gonzalo Veloz, pioneered commercial television. At thirteen, she moved to Houston with her family and later graduated from Rice University, where she had her first behind-the-scenes experience working as stage manager and prop master for several student productions.She moved to Austin in 1986 to work in the Office of the Executive Vice-President and Provost of the University of Texas, continuing her studies in film production, art, and architecture. There she meet Robert Rodriguez - cult filmmaker and her husband to be.Avellan worked as an animator on Rodriguez's award-winning 16mm film, Bedhead, which aired on PBS after gathering acclaim on the festival circuit. She and Robert co-founded Los Hooligans Productions when the two began work on El Mariachi (1992) in 1991. Since then, Avellan has co-produced Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), Desperado (1995), The Faculty (1998), and upcoming Spy Kids (2001).Besides she developed several scripts and produced with Pamela Cederquist and Rana Joy Glickman, Real Stories of the Donut Men, a dark comedy written and directed by Beeaje Quick, which premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival in March, 1997. Additionally, Avellan served as producers' rep. with Rana Joy Glickman for Love You Don't Touch Me, a romantic comedy premiered at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival.She co-founder Troublemaker Studios with Robert and have been causing "trouble" in Hollywood ever since. Elizabeth and I have an epic two-hour conversation spanning decades in the history of her, Robert and Troublemaker Studios.We did a bit of myth busting on the now legendary indie film El Mariachi. Elizabeth also discussed what it was like working inside the Hollywood machine, the moment she introduced Robert to Quentin Tarantino, the uphill battles she faced becoming a producer and so much more. Get ready for one heck of a ride. Enjoy my conversation with Elizabeth Avellán.
Dystopian societies appear in many artistic works, most notably in stories set in a future time period. A Clockwork Orange is a 1971 dystopian crime film adapted, produced, and directed by Stanley Kubrick, based on Anthony Burgess's 1962 novel of the same name. It employs disturbing, violent images to comment on psychiatry, juvenile delinquency, youth gangs, and other social, political, and economic subjects in a dystopian near-future Britain. Equilibrium is a 2002 American dystopian science fiction film written and directed by Kurt Wimmer, and starring Christian Bale, Emily Watson, and Taye Diggs. The film follows John Preston (Christian Bale), an enforcement officer in a future in which feelings and artistic expression are outlawed and citizens take daily injections of powerful psychoactive drugs to suppress their emotions. After accidentally missing a dose, Preston begins to experience emotions, which makes him question his morality and moderate his actions while attempting to remain undetected by the suspicious society in which he lives. Ultimately, he aids a resistance movement using advanced martial arts, which he was taught by the regime he is helping to overthrow. Alita: Battle Angel is a 2019 American cyberpunk action film based on Yukito Kishiro's manga series Gunnm (or Battle Angel Alita in English). It was directed by Robert Rodriguez, produced by James Cameron and Jon Landau, and written by Cameron and Laeta Kalogridis. Rosa Salazar stars through performance-capture animation as Alita, a cyborg who awakens in a new body with no memory of her past and sets out to uncover her destiny. Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Connelly, Mahershala Ali, Ed Skrein, Jackie Earle Haley and Keean Johnson star in supporting roles. The Bad Batch is a 2016 American dystopian thriller film directed and written by Ana Lily Amirpour. The film is about a young woman (Suki Waterhouse) exiled to a desert where she is attacked by a group of cannibals (led by Jason Momoa), barely escaping alive to a bizarre settlement run by a charismatic leader (Keanu Reeves). Other actors include Jim Carrey, Giovanni Ribisi, and Diego Luna. It was selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Prize. It was released in theaters on June 23, 2017, by Neon. www.wyrdrealities.net follow us on social linktr.ee/wyrdrealities --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wyrd-realities/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wyrd-realities/support
It's the official end of Sharktoberfest's big, hot, nasty, sopping wet summer and the sharks and heat are colliding with Robert Rodriguez's The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D! Dustin and Logan sip on some Arnold Palmer Spiked as they try to figure out how the hell to even talk about this kids' movie where everything might be dream but also maybe nothing is. It's confusing. They also suggest some superhero films that aren't DC or Marvel properties, have a little wrap-up discussion about the big wet summer that was, and tease what's coming next!
HQ has assigned our team with killing two birds with one free coconut. Not only will they learn how to finally operate on a low budget but will celebrate Hispanic heritage month simultaneously with, El Mariachi. Listen as Bryant and Kaytland provide their debrief for the classic and debut film of Robert Rodriguez. *Episode begins with a non-spoiler portion* Make sure to follow us: Twitter and Instagram: @opsilverscreen Facebook: Operation: Silver Screen
John Adams, Lulu Adams, Zelda Adams, and Toby Poser are a family who write, produce, star in, and edit all of their films themselves. Together they've produced multiple features, including KNUCKLE JACK, RUMBLESTRIPS, THE HATRED, THE DEEPER YOU DIG, and most recently HELLBENDER which you can watch right now on Shudder on The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs. With HELLBENDER, the family shot the movie around the country during the pandemic using gear they bought themselves. The Adams Family is one of the most self-sufficient filmmaking outfits I've ever seen. They make all of their movies entirely on their own and don't rely on any traditional studio ecosystems whatsoever. As filmmakers, they do a particularly beautiful job of leaning into their relatively low budgets by making very singular and unique movies where every detail feels intentional. This is a testament to one of their greatest strengths as filmmakers, which is their resourcefulness. This conversation is a great lesson in economic filmmaking and low-budget features that don't feel low budget because the filmmakers embraced what they had access to. I really loved this conversation; the Adams Family are a bunch of very enthusiastic, inspiring, and passionate filmmakers with a lot to teach all of us. Here are some key takeaways from this conversation with The Adams Family. Just do it. Toby, Lulu, Zelda, and John write, direct, act in, edit, color correct, and score all of their movies themselves. From the beginning, they didn't wait for permission or approval or for a deal; but instead, they took an inventory of what they had access to and wrote and produced movies around that. A lot of would-be filmmakers tend to have these big elaborate plans and expensive concepts for scripts that require lots of money and collaborators when sometimes the best way to get something off the ground is by using what is right in front of you and crafting a movie around that. Robert Rodriguez speaks extensively about this very concept in his book, REBEL WITHOUT A CREW, which is a must-read for any filmmaker. Use mother nature as your DP. There is a naturally beautiful aesthetic that comes with using natural light as well as a more grounded production design. (See Robert Eggers' THE WITCH). And, despite its obvious limitations, natural light is free. The Adams Family cites mother nature as their best DP and recommends not fighting against whatever nature gives you but embracing it and working with it, and using it to serve your movie. As a result, their movies have a gritty and very natural beauty to them, which gives them a very recognizable aesthetic. Channel your current state into your writing. After a family crisis, Toby was going through a very difficult time period when writing the script for THE DEEPER YOU DIG. She ended up channeling her feelings into her writing, and the experience was not only cathartic, but her emotions were palpable in the movie itself. The Deeper You Dig has moments that are so chilling and get so deep under your skin, and it's clear that the movie's power comes from Toby's real and raw emotion. Even Quentin Tarantino stated that if you're not putting your current emotions into your writing, you're doing it wrong. Thanks as always for listening, don't forget to subscribe. ----- Produced by Simpler Media
This week Jeremy interviews Jordan Olds (Gwarsenio Hall) of Two Minutes to Late Night On this episode Jordan and Jeremy talk parental advisory music, going to film school, filming behind the scenes tour footage for Bury Your Dead, connecting with comedy, Robert Rodriguez, learning how to play guitar, a disaster set at a battle of the bands, the journey of Two Minutes to Late Night and his relationship with Mutoid Man, how the at home cover songs started, and so much more! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PATREON to hear a bonus episode where Jordan answered questions that were submitted by subscribers! Follow the show on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER Want some First Ever Podcast merch? Click here!
Guys, try BlueChew for FREE and Have Better Sex Today!Promo code: HACKhttps://www.get.bluechew.com/hackIt's back to school season lets go back and visit the alien invasion classic, The Faculty! Official JoeyC from Screen Rant joins me to talk about this cult classic by Robert Rodriguez. Imagine Scream if it was mixed with The Thing or Aliens. The result is a really fun time! The Faculty is a 1998 American science fiction horror film directed by Robert Rodriguez and written by Kevin Williamson. It stars Jordana Brewster, Clea DuVall, Laura Harris, Josh Hartnett, Shawn Hatosy, Famke Janssen, Piper Laurie, Bebe Neuwirth, Robert Patrick, Usher Raymond, Jon Stewart, and Elijah Wood.
In 1992, Quentin Tarantino's life would drastically change as soon as his first feature film, RESERVOIR DOGS, would debut at Sundance. Though among many stellar films at the festival that year, it would be RESERVOIR DOGS which emerged as a transcendent feat in filmmaking. Time to go back in time to remember its importance in independent filmmaking. //***Discussions include*** How Tarantino rose to stardom based on talent, confidence & luck; the script finding its way into fortunate hands; freshening up a classic crime movie style, use of non-linear storytelling & challenging popular movie trends; casting stories & breaking down the lead roles; eccentricities about the film, music usage, realistic violence & Tarantino's hot take observations; use of colorful characters & difficult dialog; positive & negative reactions at Sundance, plus how has this film held up 30 years later. Tim Roth, Harvey Keitel, Steve Buscemi star in RESERVOIR DOGS (1992). Directed by Quentin Tarantino. //***Picks of the Week*** • Lindsay's Pick: FOUR ROOMS (1995). Tim Roth & so many more. /// Directors: Quentin Tarantino, Allison Anders, Robert Rodriguez, Alexandre Rockwell. • Justin's Pick: COPLAND (1997). Sylvester Stallone, Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel. /// Directed by James Mangold. //***MurrayMoment*** Bill & Steve Buscemi ring in Bob Dylan's 77th birthday & how this connects back to RESERVOIR DOGS. //***Final Thoughts on the film; PLUS! We rank our favorite Tarantino films in order! *** Next Episode: THE RING (2002) • Please rate, review & subscribe. • Follow on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube. • //Hosts: Justin Johnson & Lindsay Reber // Music: Matt Pace // Announcer: Mary Timmel // Logo: Beau Shoulders. www.dontpushpausepodcast.com firstname.lastname@example.org Be Kind and Rewatch // September 6th, 2022.
Welcome to The Crypt, a Corpsefeed special as the buddies from The Morgue watch and offer a commentary track on classic movies! This session is celebrating the back to school season with Robert Rodriguez's often overlooked science fiction horror classic, The Faculty! Cue up your copy and watch along with us! Special thanks to Glenn Murawski for the killer Morgue theme song! Check out more of his work here: https://soundcloud.com/glennjamin2k1 Another big special thanks to Delvirus Tattoos for The Morgue's official logo! Check out his work here: https://www.instagram.com/delvirus/ Your hosts: Arturo Padilla and Nick Valdez Where to Find Corpsefeed Homepage: https://www.corpsefeed.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CorpseFeed/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/corpsefeed/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Corpse_Feed Contact: FeedMailBag@gmail.com
Hey Scaredy Cats. In 2003, Quentin Tarantino started showing double features at his house. Being the die hard film fanatic that he is, he would also play movie trailers before each film. At one such screening, his friend Robert Rodriguez suggested that they do a double feature together. Tarantino loved the idea and came up with the name Grindhouse. For the price of one movie ticket, you got to see two cool movies made as tribute to the grindhouse movies of the seventies, complete with fake trailers and ads. Rodriguez made the zombie action horror Planet Terror and Tarantino made a slasher movie that also paid tribute to classic car movies like Vanishing Point and Gone in 60 Seconds (the good one, not that Angelina Jolie bullshit as one of the characters says). Unfortunately, the concept didn't make a big impact on the box office in North America and the movies were then released separately for international audiences. Just a friendly reminder that as always, we will be breaking down the plot in great detail. That means… there will be loads of spoilers, so if you haven't seen the movie, go watch it! Otherwise, proceed at your own risk. Joining us to talk about one part of the Grindhouse double feature are Kendall from the TerrorNova podcast, Jessica, and Ryan. Yes, we should have done this as a Grindhouse episode and if we were going to break it up into two, Planet Terror should have come first. We're breaking all kinds of rules because that's the kind of rebel podcast we are. Contact/Follow UsEmail: email@example.comTwitter: @CatsScaredyInstagram: @scaredycatsthepodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZaoOcdQ3bSS3iTFLhO4A2QGive our guest hosts a follow as well! Kendall/TerrorNova:Instagram: terrornova_podcasthttps://www.terrornovapodcast.com ListenJessica:Twitter: @WeWhoWalkHerewww.wewhowalkhere.comRyan:Twitter: @ryanm642ryanmills.artSupport the show
Episode 196: Predators (2010)Find us around the web and subscribe on your favorite podcast player! W/ Bradley Perry from You've Gotta See This and The Recast...Cast Directed By: Nimrod Antal Written By: Alex Litvak & Michael FinchCinematography: Gyula PadosScore By: John Debney Budget: $40 millionGross: $127.2 millionCast: Adrien Brody as Royce Topher Grace as EdwinAlice Braga as Isabelle Walton Goggins as Stans Oleg Taktarov as NikolaiLaurence Fishburne as NolandDanny Trejo as CuchilloLouis Ozawa Changchien as Hanzo Mahershala Ali as MombasaDerek Mears, Carey Jones, and Brian Steele as the Predators Talking Points: Brad, what is your history with the Predator franchise? Non-Spoiler Section: What are our Non-Spoiler thoughts on Predators?Spoiler Section: Stand out moments/elementsClosing ThoughtsNext Episode: Three Thousand Years of Longing
Okay, so maybe “Cyberpunk” is a stretch for this one. Still, we couldn't pass up the opportunity to discuss one of our special guest—writer, critic, podcaster, and media consultant—Fran Tirado's childhood faves. This week, we are talking about the first movie in Robert Rodriguez's Spy Kids franchise, which debuted in 2001. Alexa PeñaVega and Daryl Sabara star as the titular kids who have to spring into action when their ex-spy parents—played by Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino—are captured by the sinister duo played by Alan Cumming and Tony Shalhoub. The supporting cast includes Cheech Marin, Robert Patrick, and Teri Hatcher, as well as the introduction of Danny Trejo's iconic character “Machete.” Listen in as we revisit the iconic kids classic that offered early Latinx representation in a blockbuster film.Note: Enjoy this episode of the podcast as a video at patreon.com/femfreq or on Youtube here: https://youtu.be/EFUn1duBHdsTime Stamps:46:11 - What's your Freq Out?Fran on the Disney+ series Ms MarvelKat on the series The BearAnita on the novel A Lady for a Duke by Alexis HallLinks Mentioned:Feminist Frequency's Tropes vs Women in Video Games episode on gender signifiers - https://feministfrequency.com/video/ms-male-character-tropes-vs-women/Find Fran:https://twitter.com/fransquishcoFran's Joy Digest newsletter - https://fransquishco.substack.com/Like a Virgin podcast - https://open.spotify.com/show/5r2qw5Zlp6mxtteQeF5n3K?si=de26f919ffe24192Find Us:Join our PatreonOur WebsiteSubscribe to FFR on Apple PodcastsSubscribe to our Star Trek PodcastTwitterInstagramtwitch.tv/femfreq (every Thursday at 6:30pm PT)
Make sure you have your hall pass and your pens full of drugs as this week we're talking about the seminal body snatcher movie from the 90's, Robert Rodriguez's The Faculty. Email: WeeklyPodcastMassacre@gmail.com Twitter: @WeeklyMassacre Instagram: @WeeklyMassacre Music by Dora the Destroyer --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weeklypodcastmassacre/message
When Harrington High's school paper photographer witnesses the murder of a nurse and sees her alive again, he hypothesizes his school is being overtaken by aliens! On this week's episode… Join the crew as we discuss Josh Hartnett, Elijah Wood and Jordana Brewster in Robert Rodriguez', The Faculty (1998). Show Notes: Housekeeping (3:11) Back of the Box/Recommendations (8:08) Spoiler Warning/Full Review (14:00) Rotten Tomatoes (65:38) Trivia (73:15) Cooter of the Week (81:19) What We've Been Watching (86:30) Hotline Scream (98:44) Connect with us: Support us on Patreon Website Facebook Instagram Twitter YouTube Shop
What's in Mexico? MEXCIANS! Oh and vampires. Lots of vampires. Come with us on the road trip of a lifetime as we take that death ride with the Gecko Bros all the way to the very end of all things. WELCOME TO PANDEMONIUM! Joining as Special Guest Vampire Hunters are OUR dynamic duo - it's Natasha Kermani and Zoe Cooper! The next episode follows... soon. Same Bat Pod, different Bat Minute! Join us on Facebook at the Bat Minute Listener's Cave! The Bat Minute theme song is by the band Rat Bit Kit and Ash Lerczak (aka Doc Horror) of Zombina and The Skeletones and Double Echo. Natasha Kermani - Twitter Illium Pictures - Website - Facebook - Twitter Zoe Cooper - Instagram
On this episode of Daily Dead's official podcast, Scott Drebit, Derek Anderson, and Jonathan James catch up to discuss their recent viewings, including Ti West's X, Jeff Lieberman's Blue Sunshine, and a drive-in screening of Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk Till Dawn (written by Quentin Tarantino). The co-hosts also talk about some of their own exciting projects, including Scott's upcoming book A Cut Below: A Celebration of B Horror Movies (coming in the fall of 2023 from McFarland), as well as Jonathan James and Oliver Levang's comic book story Hell Racer, which was one of the finalists in the Platform Comics 10K Challenge!