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Join legendary Academy Award–winning film director/producer Roger Corman as he discusses the launch of his film archive on iTunes. With hundreds of movies to his credit, Corman is one of film’s most prolific producers— and one of the most successful. Dubbed the “King of the Cult Film,” his filmography includes hundreds of cult classics, such as "Death Race 2000," "Rock ‘n’ Roll High School," "Piranha," and many others. In 2009, he was honored with an Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement.
 
The New World Podcast is dedicated to every movie released by New World Pictures. Founded by the infamous Roger Corman, New World Pictures was responsible for all those movies that lived proudly in the back isles of the video store. The ones with names like Death Race 2000, Rock n Roll High School, and Hellraiser. We talk about every single movie and the history behind its production. Some movies are great. Some are bad. All of them are New World.
 
Think about all of the things you consider every day to help keep yourself, your loved ones, and your community happy, healthy, and hopeful. Now consider this: There is an ever-growing body of research demonstrating significant negative impacts, for yourself and the ones you love, in the consumption of pornography. It can change the way you think, harm your ability to connect with other people, and can contribute to changing the world in negative ways. Join us every other week as we consider ...
 
Animals are increasingly at the forefront of research questions – Not as shadows to human stories, or as beings we want to understand biologically, or for purely our benefit – but as beings who have histories, stories, and geographies of their own. Each season is set around themes with each episode unpacking a particular animal turn concept and its significance therein. Join PhD Candidate Claudia Hirtenfelder as she delves into some of the most important ideas emerging out of this recent tur ...
 
From the elusive transcendental logic of Mullhuland Drive, to Showgirls’ sly satirical embrace of exploitation and excess, to the assumption in Southland Tales that its audience has already read the six-volume source material, some films are simply more “cruel” on their audiences than others. So, please, lie back and let The Cultists be your guides through the paralyzing and perplexing void of arthouse, experimental, avant-garde, "cult,” and otherwise just generally weird WTF cinema. Because ...
 
Tank Riot is a never dull audio podcast that digs deep into the minds of Viktor, Sputnik, and Tor. Each podcast starts you on a winding audio journey with destinations such as Fritz Haber, Edward Bernays, William Henry Harrison, Woodrow Wilson, Hogan's Heroes, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Stranger Things, CFAA, Spectre, The Martian, Pope Francis's Global Warming Encyclical, Vincent van Gogh, John Carpenter, Nick Drake, Ada Lovelace, Deep State, Blaxploitation Films, Spaghetti Westerns, John Way ...
 
ELI ROTH'S HISTORY OF HORROR: UNCUT brings together the masters of horror - including Stephen King, Greg Nicotero, Rob Zombie, Quentin Tarantino, Edgar Wright, Tippi Hedren and Tony Todd - to explore the genre’s biggest themes and reveal the inspirations and struggles behind its past and present. Join us for a chilling exploration of how horror has evolved through the eras and impacted society through Eli Roth’s unedited interviews with A-list storytellers.
 
Martin Briggs, Andy Martin and Hannah Knight are three ex-film studies students who went on to do very little with film after they finished (or quit) their studies besides spend an extraordinary amount of time in their local cineworld. In Film School Drop-Outs they discuss their chosen highlights of recent releases and occasionally dip into some of their favourite classics.
 
Legacy's Allure is an educational series dedicated to providing information on popular decks, strategies, insight, analysis of tournament results, and more for Magic: the Gathering's Legacy format. Updates are typically monthly and feature prominent professional and semi-professional M:tG players, commentators, enthusiasts, designers, and artists.
 
The scruffy band here at Rebel Scum Radio hold pop culture close to our hearts and that is why we wanted to make this podcast. Not because there aren’t any great podcasts like ours that exist out there on the interwebs, but beacuse we wanted to add and Australian voice to the mix. So who are we? We are Karlos, Jim-Bob & Jono. Web designers and Graphic Designers by day, podcasters, nerds and everyday folk the rest of the time. We will be talking about lots of different things Star Wars, Movie ...
 
Stupid for Better Call Saul is the go to fan podcasts dedicated to AMC Better Call Saul. Hosted by Elaine Ewing (Producer of Stupid for Dexter and Stupid For Game of Thrones) and Travis Rink (2 Roger Corman Produced Films, Writer National Lampoon, Weekly World News) Stupid For Saul is more than just a typical recap podcast show. SFS will feature special guests including actors, writers and producers of Better Call Saul as well as recaps, rumors, predictions and Travis and Elaine use their va ...
 
Chris Gore @thatChrisGore from DVDuesday, g4, “Podcrash with That Chris Gore” and of course Film Threat Magazine has many many hilarious appearances on the Proudly Resents podcast. Chris Gore talks about Planet of the Apes, Logan’s Run, Heart Beeps and gives the inside scoop on the Roger Corman Fantastic 4 movie.He has a comedy album and children’s book called “everybody Poops.”Christopher Patrick “Chris” Gore is a speaker and writer on the topic of independent film.He was born September 5, ...
 
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This week The Cultists Present Rob Cohen's The Fast and the Furious (2001). This unassuming summer flick, filmed on a shockingly modest budget of only 40 million in the early days of 2001, was never supposed to be anything other than a one-off— a “lifestyle movie” examining the intimate network of the LA Street Racing scene with a bit of petty larc…
 
Craig Schwartz is a puppeteer with a problem. He remains dedicated to The Craft, but the cold cruel world only cares about the gimmicky hacks that think that size matters. His only choice is to endure until one day he finds the key: a portal hidden behind the filing cabinets of his tedious day job that directly allows him to “be the best that someo…
 
Disclaimer: Fight the New Drug is a non-religious and non-legislative awareness and education organization. While the individual in this interview discusses legislatively-related issues, Fight the New Drug is non-legislative. Trigger Warning: Graphic descriptions of sex trafficking, abuse, rape, child sexual abuse materials, drug use, and suicide i…
 
A town of MAGA boys get a parade each time they win a baseball game and the ladies have had enough of their bull. Sadly, their anger lasts about 24 hours. This is why we can't get anything done in this country. According to Lloyd Kaufman, this is a women's liberation movie. I think he might have decided that way after the fact and the ties to women…
 
For our first episode of 2021, we discuss the recent films we have been watching including: Police are Blundering in the Dark (Vinegar Syndrome's Forgotten Gialli Volume 1), Lucio Fulci's Conquest, Killer Crocodile 2 (Severin), Deadly Games, American Rickshaw (Cauldron), Freaky, WW84, Soul, and Erica forces Ryan to reveal what comfort movie he has …
 
In this episode of Spookier Times, we take a look at the Revenge film through the lens of feminist film critique, the female-driven Revenge resurgence of the 2000s, and Emerald Fennell's new Revenge film Promising Young Woman. Follow #31Days: A Collection of Horror Essays Vol. 1 is available on Ko-fi. ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
In this final episode of Season 2, Claudia talks to Joshua Jones, Siobhan Speiran, and Pablo Perez Castello about the theme of Animals and Experience. Together they unpack some of the overarching ideas to emerge in episodes 1 to 9 (such as relationality, imagination, meaning, and beauty) and highlight areas that could be explored more in future. Da…
 
Meet Jesse. She can’t read, she can’t write, and she delusionally wishes the moon would just look at her already, BUT she’s pretty. And, well, that’s all that matters, really. From the neon-fueled mind that brought us the likes of ‘Drive’ and ‘Only God Forgives,’ Nicolas Winding Refn’s ‘Demon’ takes us on an alternate, but no less perilous and cand…
 
Totally awesome video game! Jeff tries to save the community center that doubles as a video arcade with the help from his friends against the dubiously motivated Joe Don Baker who wants to shut it all down. Will Billy Jack win the ski competition to save the school from the rival break-dancers? Joysticks is arguably Greydon Clark's magnum opus. Its…
 
A few months ago Louise and Suzi met up in a covid friendly way at Louise's lovely home in the mountains to discuss her life as a new author. Louise has written and published her book Just Like Me which discusses the topics of neurodiversity and disability. Joining forces with 4 talented illustrators, Louise has managed to bring a book to the shelv…
 
Everybody knows that there aren’t three Jokers. What this book presupposes is...maybe there are? Ryan and Justin reunite to cover 2020’s Batman: Three Jokers, Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok’s critically-panned-but-bestselling story for DC’s Black Label imprint featuring 300% percent more Jokers for all your murderclown needs. We discuss the intricacie…
 
Trigger warning: Graphic descriptions of sex trafficking, abuse, and attempted suicide are discussed during this conversation. Listener discretion is advised. Born and raised in Germany, Coco spent the first 15 years of her life as a victim of familial trafficking. For the majority of her youth, she was trafficked, abused, and raped by different pe…
 
In this special episode of Spookier Times, we look back at the best fantasy, sci-fi, and horror films of 2020. My full Best of 2020 list is available at https://sketchingdetails.com/sketchy-details/top-11-films-of-2020 Follow: http://linktr.ee/robertjgannon Buy #31Days: A Collection of Horror Essays, Vol. 1 at http://ko-fi.com/robertjgannon/shop ★ …
 
This episode explores a concept that works to highlight the experiences of animals caught up in human systems that oppress animals. Claudia talks to pattrice jones about how animals’ experiences (particularly those of chickens) compare in factory farms versus at VINE Sanctuary. They discuss the significance of talking about not only animals’ victim…
 
This week The Cultists Present Robert Longo's Johnny Mnemonic (1995). The year is 2021. A mysterious virus has swept through the globe and one man holds the cure. The catch? That cure is embedded in the 160 GB neural cortex implant now seeping data all over his brain. It will kill him. Or, at least, it would, if that man wasn’t one Keanu Reeves. Wi…
 
Craig Eckrich and Sam Batman join Rob in the Fantasmo Lounge this week to discuss Night of The Creeps. We're in the process of replacing some equipment so the sound is wonky but the content is fun. Hope you'll enjoy the conversation anyway! Don't forget to check out the Fantasmo After Dark Facebook page for images from this episode and to join in o…
 
This week The Cultists Present Walter Hill’s ‘Streets of Fire’ (1984). Following the success of '48 Hours' in 1982, Hill and co. were given carte blanche by Universal to do whatever their hearts desired. Hill’s greatest wish? A Rock and Roll fable set in an unknown time and place. A world filed with motorcycle chases, rockstars, gang wars, neon lit…
 
This is a rerelease of Ryan and Justin's two-part look at legendarily bizarre 1980s Marvel mega-crossover Secret Wars II, now combined and condensed into a single episode for your convenience. Find out what happens when Jim Shooter trades crowd-pleasing, sprawling battles between their most popular characters for wacky fish-out-of-water hijinks, th…
 
Its twists! Its turns! Its lefts and rights! Its yields to oncoming traffics. Its Acme Fake Tunnels slapped onto the side of a cliffs! Ben Afllecks and Charlizes try to give us a shocker and instead we get the upper decker. Reindeer Games is such a pile of mess. On one side you've got "that friend" that watches this on TNT one night (usually while …
 
In this episode, we take a look at the Evil Santa trope in horror through Christmas Evil, explore a holiday cleanup horror story in Lights Off, and end with a deep dive into the American Dad Evil Santa holiday specials. Follow: http://linktr.ee/robertjgannon Tip: http://ko-fi.com/robertjgannon ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
Claudia talks to Jonathan Balcombe about fishes and their varied and incredible experiences. Using the concept of ‘shoalmates’ as a launch pad, they discuss some of the intra- and inter-species relations fishes engage in from work to cuddle and play. Date recorded: 30 November 2020 Jonathan Balcombe is a biologist with a PhD in ethology, the study …
 
This week, The Cultists Present Stephen Herek's Critters (1986). Once upon a strange and otherworldly time—otherwise known as 1986—the cinematic landscape gave us a gift. Sporting the tag line “hangry hairballs from outer space,” the titular Critters have only two goals: fuck shit up and then eat it. Brought to us by the fever dream team who would …
 
Join Rob and special guest, Clay Sayre, in the Fantasmo Lounge as they discuss one their favorite things... Planet of The Apes: The TV Series (and beyond). Don't forget to visit the Fantasmo After Dark Facebook page for pictures from this episode and to join in on the conversation. Thanks for listening! fantsmoad@gmail.com…
 
Nothing says Xmas like a handful of spinning tornados. And nothing makes less of a Christmas movie than just sprinkling in some Christmas decorations in post. I mean at least have the tornado suck up a tree farm or something! Well, it's not good. That's it, I'll take my leave of you. Oh, I actually have to write up a review? Damn. While it has the …
 
This week The Cultists Present David Cronenberg‘s A Dangerous Method (2011). A not-so-intimate insider film about the foundational years of psychoanalysis and the Will They/Won’t They smoldering friendships of Carl Jung, Sabina Spielrein, and Sigmund Freud, A Dangerous Method is all about its source materials. From reproducing the personal letters …
 
David DeCouteau gives us a clinic on how to make a terrible movie in 2 days. Yeah it stinks, but hey! Two days! Suck it, Spielberg! Gary Daniels, Cynthia Rothrock, Kathy Long and Daniel Bernhardt give us the least action packed movie of all time. Yes you read that right. There is a total count of 0 spin kicks. 0 double axe handles. 0 flying leap ki…
 
The new episode of Spookier Times is up and I went all in on the Cube series. Enjoy a deep dive on the entire trilogy: Cube, Cube 2: Hypercube, and Cube Zero. Topics include the appeal of the series, its portrayal of disabled characters, and its influence on contemporary horror. I also include an original piece of flash fiction inspired by game hor…
 
After unpacking what constitutes a multispecies community, Sue Donaldson explains why it is important to consider how politics works to make sure that animals’ experiences, and what they are asking for, are heard. Date recorded: 18 November 2020 Sue Donaldson is a writer and animal advocate. She is a research associate in the Dept. of Philosophy at…
 
We take a break to talk about Blood Rage, Killer Crocodile and the La Casa Universe. Then get into Space Raiders and the sustainability of modern filmmaking with Tarik Davis (The Amber Ruffin Show, Freestyle Love Supreme and the Brothers from Another Planet podcast). Enjoy.By New World Podcast
 
This week The Cultists Present Peter Greenaway’s The Pillow Book (1996). This film was marketed as your standard mid-90s soft-core erotic tale, and yet, in typical Greenaway form, there is nothing standard about it. A deeply insider film about calligraphy fetishism, formalist objectification, and 10th century Japanese literary references—all culmin…
 
Suzi travelled to Pfäffikon to meet Dina of Smiqql fame, the co creator of "sprinkles of joy" - flavoured salts! Dina and Murat met, fell in love and created Smiqql as a way to share their love of food with Switzerland, Europe and eventually the world! Dina was a lovely guest who shares her story about life as a third culture kid in the USA and her…
 
The Hoff and Joan Collins find love and trouble in a plot to steal all her stuff. Can Curt Taylor find a way to save her career, her belongings, his own life and stop Kojak from further living in up in Club Feb? You tell us - cause we couldn't be bothered to pay attention. The Cartier Affair is an absolutely solid movie - if you are stacking it aga…
 
This week, The Cultists Present, John Waters’ Cry-Baby (1990). Inarguably the most mainstream and accessible of Waters’ oeuvre, Cry-Baby’s technicolor array of costumes, camp performances, and impeccably mixed sound still bears all the markings of John Waters’ loveably perverse and whacky soul. In a charming parody tale of 1950s cinema nostalgia, C…
 
Richard Chamberlain and Sharon Stone return with a few cast surprises and a completely different tone of movie than the first one. Give this one two tries at least. You might love it more if you see it again. Yes, we know. This isn't near as silly and bonkers as the first one. Yes we know that they recycled pieces from the first one, namely the mus…
 
In this episode, we take a deep dive into the lore of asymmetrical survival horror game Dead by Daylight, plus other horror texts that mashup beloved tropes and archetypes into fresh new stories. Dead by Daylight is available on PC, Xbox One/S, PS4/5, Nintendo Switch, and Mobile. Torture Garden Until Dawn The Cabin in the Woods Follow Sketching Det…
 
Claudia speaks to Lauren Corman about interspecies subjectivity unpacking what subjectivity itself could mean and why it is so important to consider how it is shaped by species. They reflect on threads scholars need to hold in tension when trying to understand experience and using such theoretically dense concepts. Recorded: 6 November 2020 Dr. Lau…
 
Dr Mecky McNeill from Healthfirst.ch joined Gary to discuss some serious and important issues - Mental Health and suicide. To coincide with Movember, the yearly event to raise awareness for mens health, HealthFirst.ch is running a free webinar about the topic, with experts on hand to discuss it, as well as interact with the audience. This free 1 ho…
 
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