Best Ambulance podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast that reviews discusses horror movies of all eras and all qualities. Hopefully the name "Werewolf Ambulance" is enough to give you the impression that this is not exactly an academic discussion.
 
Interviews With The Most Fascinating Musicians Alive
 
The Burning Ambulance Podcast features interviews with musicians from the worlds of jazz, metal, modern composition, noise, and whatever else piques host Phil Freeman's interest.
 
Big Jake Connors is taking over his town through violence, inimidation and bribery but Detective Sergeant Fitzgerald can only grind his teeth in frustration. The gangsters seem to have everything going their way until the day that a little dry cleaning establishment declines their offer of 'protection' and strange things start to happen. Murray Leinster gives us another wonderful product of 'what if' from his limitless imagination to enjoy in this gem of a story. Listen and smile. (Summary b ...
 
Two guys talking about politics, life, and god damn muslims. Recorded live from an ambulance. Satire. https://www.facebook.com/Ambulance-Sessions-Podcast-487469028317864/ambulancesessions@yahoo.com
 
A complete information about how private air ambulance flight work from abroad to home.
 
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In this week's episode, we're discussing a 3D movie that neither of us watched in 3D-- the 2009 remake of the Canadian slasher classic "My Bloody Valentine." Special topics for your consideration include: Dean Winchester (so much Dean Winchester), good hair and bad police work, Tom Atkins: why do you make us feel?, places where you should not w ...…
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 27 of the Burning Ambulance podcast—the first episode of Year Two of the show—is the first one not to feature an interview with a musician. Instead, I’m talking to Zev Feldman, who’s a producer working primarily with the Resonance Records label. Resona ...…
 
Heyyyy kids! (to be read in the Binky the Clown from "Garfield" voice, you guys know that one, right?) Anyway, we're doing a clown movie. And it's dark. This week we're discussing the 2017 Halloween-themed killer clown (klown? No, it's clown) film "Terrifier," currently available on Netflix. Special topics for your consideration include: the re ...…
 
My god, do we love this piece of shit movie. Sorry to spoil it for you, but we do. This week we're discussing a pick of our own: the 1983 film "Mausoleum," finally available for streaming (on Amazon). Special topics for your consideration include: hair talk, the advent of Julie Christy season, a quick biography of Marjoe Gortner and his magnifi ...…
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 26 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features a conversation with saxophonist Mark Turner and pianist Ethan Iverson; it's also the one-year anniversary of the show. I want to thank every single person who’s listened to the show in that time, and assure ...…
 
This week we decided to do a non-listener pick and discuss the 2014 vampire horror comedy "What We Do in the Shadows." Special topics for your consideration include: many vampire impressions (obvs), asking the Count to leave a party, our continued disdain for the concept of immortality, werewolves AND swearwolves and our new favorite food, basg ...…
 
This week's film was suggested to us by listener Vinyl Toy. Thanks, Vinyl Toy-- this movie is MADNESS. We're discussing the 1990 Alejandro Jodorowsky film "Santa Sangre." Special topics for your consideration include: WHY WOULD YOU PUT YOUR CHILDREN IN THIS MOVIE?, art for art's sake, pumpkin spice season, nonsense tolerance, scrummy vs. scrumm ...…
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 25 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with pianist Eddie Palmieri. Palmieri is a legendary figure: His composition "Azúcar" is a landmark in Latin music history. It’s over nine minutes long, with extended instrumental solos, a pione ...…
 
A big thanks to listener Jason P. for suggesting this bananas film: this week we're talking about the 1977 movie that IS DEFINITELY NOT A RIPOFF OF "JAWS," DON'T YOU WORRY, "Orca." Special topics for your consideration include: this movie is a ripoff of "Jaws," Bo Derek being off-brand, Whale Facts!: The Game, things one might miss while gettin ...…
 
In this week's episode, we're discussing a film suggested by listener William TJ Bear: the 1988 teen slasher "Night of the Demons." Special topics for your consideration include: 90s Nickelodeon, questionable animal psychics, always being prepared to gouge the eyes, what the hell Linnea Quigley's deal is, deja viewing and a near-disaster during ...…
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 24 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with saxophonist and educator Tia Fuller. Fuller is originally from Colorado, and comes from a musical family: her parents had a group called Fuller Sound, her brother Ashton is a drummer, and h ...…
 
Thanks to the suggestion of listener Eric B., we're back to that Stephen Kang well with the 1985 Gary Busey/Corey Haim werewolf vehicle "Silver Bullet." Special topics for your consideration include: Bob Seger and Coors Light: the most magical of things, adorable werewolves, exasperation at monster rule-breaking AGAIN, Stephen King's child labo ...…
 
This week we're doing one of Allen's suggestions: the 1994 hit film "Interview with the Vampire" (not "Interview with a Vampire," which is a much better name.) Special topics for your consideration include: vampire law, the perfect age at which to be turned into a vampire, besties 4-ever!, Netflix subtitles at the peak of absurdity, fashion, wi ...…
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 23 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with flutist and composer Nicole Mitchell. Mitchell is originally from Syracuse, New York, but she grew up in California and eventually went to college in the Midwest, where she became an import ...…
 
This week's episode deserves a subtitle! "The Dentist: Katie's Mistake." Guys, I'm sorry. This was not the movie I remember seeing on cable in the late 90s. OH WELL TOO LATE NOW. Anyway, special topics for your consideration include: lots of controversial opinions on such matters as swimming and fashion, PSAs-- lots of PSAs, dentists we like (w ...…
 
This week's episode is a request from our new pal Mealy Monster Land! Seriously, what does that mean? Please let us know, MML. Anyway, it's another wonderfully schlocky 80s movie- Night of the Comet from 1984. Special topics for your consideration include: a lack of both logic and resource-gathering, our own post-apocalyptic society plans, zomb ...…
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 22 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with violinist Regina Carter. She's one of the best known jazz violinists in the world, as well as a MacArthur fellow and a Grammy nominee. She’s originally from Detroit, and she got her start i ...…
 
In this week's episode, we're discussing a film suggested to us by listener Dakotah: the 2002 werewolf film "Dog Soldiers." Special topics for your consideration include: the mystery of meats, realizing you may be a jock, being lied to about whether this movie is a comedy, free range sausages, Danzig's Library and the wonders untold that it con ...…
 
In this week's episode, we're doing another listener suggestion from Brandon: the 1979 film "Tourist Trap," or as he so astutely points out, the actual film that "House of Wax" starring Paris Hilton was based on. Special topics for your consideration include: unmentioned psychic abilities, real facts about historical figure Davy Crockett, a fea ...…
 
Support the Burning Ambulance podcast on Patreon: http://patreon.com/burningambulance Episode 21 of the Burning Ambulance podcast - we're adults now! - features an interview with trumpeter Jeremy Pelt, who’s been on the scene more or less since the dawn of the 21st century. He made his first album as a leader in 2002, but he really broke out of ...…
 
We're back to the Argento well this week with the 1975 giallo film "Deep Red," suggested to us by listener Dan G (how did we miss making a DANG joke? Because we're not that good, really). Special topics for your consideration include: smashing faces into glass, the pinnacle of inept police work, "Indian" wrestling?!, the effect of cutting like ...…
 
In this week's episode, we're discussing another listener pick: the 1990 subterranean creature film "Tremors." Thanks to Hunter for suggesting it! Special topics for your consideration include: parentless teens, questions we have for Kevin Bacon, Lil Sluggie, Katie's type when it comes to men, our political views (you're welcome!) and our indig ...…
 
Episode 20 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with bassist Buster Williams. Buster Williams is a jazz MVP like very few others. He got his start in the late Fifties; his first studio dates were in 1961, with Gene Ammons and Sonny Stitt, and he’s appeared on literally hundreds of records since. When I was researching this int ...…
 
Boy oh boy, where to begin with this one? Well, you know we must still be doing listener appreciation episodes if we were willing to watch the 1978 film "The Alien Factor" as recommended by listener Dr. Horror Geek. Special topics for your consideration include: the pitfalls of writing, directing, producing and editing your own film, potentiall ...…
 
This week we're still listening to you (because we love you!) and reviewing a movie you recommended. We're talking about the 2015 horror comedy "Final Girls" thanks to listener neildoubleyou and here are some special topics for your consideration: Gymspiration just for you, we would do anything for love but we won't review that (please try to g ...…
 
Episode 19 of the Burning Ambulance podcast tells the story of host Phil Freeman's recent trip to Bergen, Norway to attend the annual Nutshell jazz showcase, and includes interviews with percussionist Erland Dahlen, drummer Gard Nilssen, and saxophonist André Roligheten. The episode also features live recordings of performances by the groups Bo ...…
 
Our listener appreciation rock block continues this week with the 2014 Kevin Smith film "Tusk." This one is particularly appropriate because it's about this guy who got suuuuper rich and suuuuper famous through podcasting and-- hey, weird, us too! Special topics for your consideration include: getting schooled by Google, Mac vs. PC, a lesson in ...…
 
It's Week 1 of our new listener appreciation initiative and we're already yelling! This week's film was suggested to us by a listener named JAM-- the 1986 dessert-themed horror film "The Stuff." Special topics for your consideration include: courting Big Cookie for potential sponsorship opportunities, Tangy Taffy and Laffy Taffy, Allen's all-ti ...…
 
Episode 18 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with saxophonist David Murray. David Murray arrived in New York in the mid-1970s as a student from Pomona College in California, and quickly started playing gigs in the lofts that were hosting most of the really forward-looking music at that time. He can be heard on the Wildflowe ...…
 
Sometimes you see a movie and it changes you-- it just really makes you think and causes you to see the world differently. This is not that movie. This is the 2002 Eli Roth vehicle "Cabin Fever." Special topics for your consideration include: learning "teen talk," Party Cop filmography, the crossover of "Boy Meets World" and a super grossout ho ...…
 
It has been far too long since we did an anthology film, EMTs! This week, we're discussing the 1983 homage to the classic television show "Twilight Zone: The Movie." Special topics for your consideration include: an outpouring of appreciation for things that are great such as Creedence Clearwater Revival and Burgess Meredith, inventing new apho ...…
 
Episode 17 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with bassist William Parker, whose latest album, the 3CD set Voices Fall from the Sky, is out now, and his wife Patricia Nicholson, who runs Arts For Art, the organization that has put on the Vision Festival every year since 1996 and has recently expanded to running additional co ...…
 
In this week's episode, we're talking Cronenberg again with the 1979 film "The Brood." Special topics for your consideration include: the best things about the 1970s (decor and outwear, obviously), delightful descriptions of Oliver Reed, Roger Ebert's opinions, more terrible police work and OUTSIDE BABIES! Are you a Cronenberg fan? Check out ou ...…
 
In the second half of our horror-films-by-metal-musicians rock block, this week we're discussing the 1998 Dee Snider movie "Strangeland." Special topics for your consideration include: a visit to the basement of Rotten Tomatoes, the life and times of Dee Snider/Twisted Sister, a time when piercings and tattoos were controversial, bad police wor ...…
 
Episode 16 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with legendary jazz bassist Dave Holland, whose latest album, Uncharted Territories, is out now. Dave Holland has been a respected and admired figure on the international jazz scene since he began playing in London in 1967. He was recruited to join Miles Davis's band in 1968, and ...…
 
Oh Rob Zombie, what hath you wrought? This week we're discussing the 2003 exploitation/gross-out horror film "House of 1000 Corpses." Special topics for your consideration include: the permanence of being Dwight Schrute, Allen's feelings on trick-or-treating being scheduled for a non-Halloween day (spoilers: HE'S MAD), swearing for the sake of ...…
 
In this week's episode we are heading back to the mall for some robot murder hijinks with the 80's cult classic "Chopping Mall." Special topics for your consideration include: Steve Guttenburg, a bygone era of cigarette vending machines and how that is still a thing in some parts of Pittsburgh, Mall life, Rockapella fandom, fun with movie names ...…
 
Episode 15 features an interview with avant-garde jazz pianist Dave Burrell, who is being honored at the 2018 Vision Festival at Roulette in Brooklyn and who performed at Cecil Taylor's funeral on April 10, the day before this interview was recorded. Dave Burrell has been a respected and admired figure on the free jazz scene since he arrived in ...…
 
In this week's episode, we determine that we've never gotten into the George Romero zombie series and decide to keep it that way for now-, so instead we're talking about the 2004 remake, "Dawn of the Dead." Special topics for your consideration include: leg muscle knowledge wasted, feelings on fast zombies vs. slow zombies, love subplots (ugh), ...…
 
In this week's episode, we're hitting the Satanic panic button and discussing the 2009 Ti West film "The House of the Devil." Special topics for your consideration include: pro tips for babysitters, college dorm room memories, Pittsburgh food favorites: a debate, the era of answering machines and pay phones, and a whole lot of tangential inform ...…
 
Episode 14 of the Burning Ambulance podcast features an interview with drummer Billy Cobham, an absolute jazz legend. He first came to prominence in the late 1960s and early 1970s, when he worked with Miles Davis on A Tribute to Jack Johnson, and then joined guitarist John McLaughlin's new project, a band called the Mahavishnu Orchestra. Cobham ...…
 
It's a guestisode this week, EMTs! We're joined by our friend Tessa to discuss her pick, the 1984 horror-comedy-puppet- Satanic ritual film "Ghoulies." Special topics for your consideration include: a return to the work of Charles Band, how to pad a movie 101, Ghoulie anatomy explained, confounding Satanic rituals, a critical look at internet m ...…
 
In the grand tradition of "Days of Thunder" (Episode 76) and "Over the Top" (Episode 128), it's our annual first-week-of-April mystery film! We look forward to this one all year, and this year's is quite possibly our bawdiest episode to date. Hope you love it. Have you seen this movie? What do you think of it? Let us know your thoughts at faceb ...…
 
The thirteenth episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features a joint interview with violinist Meg Okura, who was born in Japan and recorded with David Bowie, and currently leads her own Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble, and her husband, soprano saxophonist Sam Newsome. Her newest album, Ima Ima, will be out in May. His latest, a solo record ...…
 
You know how sometimes you think to yourself, "man, I should watch all of M. Night Shyamalan's films and then dissect them in dizzying detail with my friend on our podcast, maybe people will like that?" No? Anyway, we thought that, so we hopped onto Netflix and watched the 2004 film "The Village." Special topics for your consideration include: ...…
 
This week we're getting into our worst fears (or at least Jeff Daniels' worst fears) with the 1990 creepy-crawly classic, "Arachnophobia." Special topics for your consideration include: facts about nature, objectifying such men as Julian Sands and Huey Lewis, a case of mistaken Jeffdentity, a tribute to Grandma from every movie, John Goodman's ...…
 
The twelfth episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features Logan Richardson, an alto saxophonist from Kansas City, Missouri who's played with Ambrose Akinmusire, Walter Smith III, Jason Moran, Pat Metheny, and has recorded four albums as a leader. His newest, Blues People, will be out in April on Ropeadope. In this conversation, we discuss h ...…
 
This week we're dipping back into that Netflix well of original content with the 2017 film "The Ritual." Special topics for your consideration include: hiking/camping/rain/the woods/other eminently hateable things, advice for mugging situations, throwing cake at cats and what comes afterwards, hot dogs on the outside and the entire lifespan of ...…
 
In this week's episode, we're stepping away from the puppets and discussing some Canadians with the 1997 thriller (?) "Cube." Special topics for your consideration include: bad tattoos, Dave Matthews: a retrospective, movies that look like Oscar-winners compared to this movie, the 90's-era obsession with bisection, "Maths: The Movie," and a gif ...…
 
The eleventh episode of the Burning Ambulance podcast features Azar Lawrence, a veteran saxophonist from Los Angeles who's played with McCoy Tyner, Miles Davis, Elvin Jones, Earth, Wind & Fire, and has made many albums under his own name since the 1970s. His latest album, Elementals, is out now on HighNote. In this conversation, we discuss his ...…
 
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