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Welcome to the Cult Film Club, a monthly podcast and blog about MOVIES WE LOVE TO DEATH despite how bad, weird or obscure they are. In fact, we love them because they’re bad, weird or obscure! We discuss and analyze cult films from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and beyond. Collectively we possess an impressive amount of useless pop culture knowledge, but we’re no movie snobs–just a couple of guys (and a girl) who really like movies.
 
Music maker and creative TImo Peach explores the more hopeful human-planet future, when not twiddling synth knobs, in his rich research cast, Unsee The Future. How do we piece together a complete plan for a more sustainable – more exciting – tomorrow for us dumb lot? Perhaps where art, planet and futurism thinking intersect. His creative musical voice is a joyful, creative, fringe-club, cinematic electro-pop cabaret. Fusing influences from across electronic music, film, theatre and cult tell ...
 
The Meyer Chronicles hosted by Hollywood Executive Producers, Andy Meyer and Jon Rubin takes listeners on a journey behind the scenes of the film and music industries. Over his 50 year career, Meyer produced films and cult classics such as The Breakfast Club, Sting’s Grammy Award winning music video, “Bring in the Night,” Fried Green Tomatoes, Better off Dead, Breaking In, One Crazy Summer, Birdy, The Milagro Beanfield War, and many others. The Meyer Chronicles shares the inside scoop about ...
 
Down at the Crossroads features one on one discussions with today’s most influential Pagan artists, authors, musicians, teachers, leaders, bloggers, podcasters, and more! We will attempt to push the community forward and take devil’s advocate to a whole new level all while hearing some great music by today’s greatest Pagan and Pagan inspired musicians and bands. **Formally known as The Infinite and the Beyond.**
 
The first of two books that he wrote on golfing themes, The Clicking of Cuthbert by PG Wodehouse sparkles with typical Wodehousian wit, humor and general goofiness! An avid golfer himself, Wodehouse published the ten stories in this volume in 1922. In 1924, an American edition titled Golf Without Tears was published. Since then it has enjoyed undimmed popularity among both Wodehouse fans and golfing enthusiasts. Nine of the stories contained in this book are narrated by the Oldest Member, a ...
 
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The results are in! We've got the official thoughts and criticisms and witticisms regarding the THREE weird movies our everlasting friends from the Dom Deluise Patreon Club have picked for us this month. And you'll never believe which tough guys are in 'em!! Up first! It's 1979's Hot Stuff, which is neither a sex comedy nor an official sequel from …
 
We're back with 3 weird ass movies, Junkies! But first, go buy a Ghoul Summer T-shirt from Hide the Bodies. In the first movie, a witch gets revenge for the death of her god-daughter in "The Witch's Mirror." Next, an aspring politician is cursed to occasionally become a dog in The Shaggy D.A. Finally, a superhero discovers that wearing panties on h…
 
Welcome back to the Crestwood House (presented by the Cult Film Club). On this second episode of our cycle of the werewolf we're taking a deep dive into the 1957 Michael Landon classic, I Was a Teenage Werewolf. Even if you're never seen the film, you've certainly felt the flick's huge influence on horror and pop culture via homages that range from…
 
As we wind down summer, we reflect on America's past time with three unconventional movies about baseball! Up first, Walter Matthau plays a drunk who's tasked with coaching a little league team filled with misfits and losers, including Tatum O'Neal and Jackie Earle Haley in The Bad News Bears from 1976. Then, David Zucker (Airplane, Naked Gun) team…
 
Holy smokes! It's that time of year again?! And we're ACTUALLY DOING IT THIS TIME?!!@ You got that right, pal. Buckle up, we're ghoul-summering this week! This year's Ghoul Summer made possible by the DuPont Chemical Corporation and listeners like you. You and DuPont: there's a lot of good chemistry between us! BUY A GHOUL SUMMER SHIRT HERE! Up fir…
 
We're back with another banger of weird cult classics picked by our Paretron best friends! First, a trio of friends off to see a Dodger game are captured by a sicko and his girlfriend in "The Sadist." Next, an angel mopes around Berlin, pondering his existance while going to the circus in "Wings of Desire." Finally, two boys find a strange amusemen…
 
Hello and thank you once again for joining us down at the crossroads for some music, magick, and Paganism. Where witches gather for the sabbath, offerings are made, pacts are signed for musical fame, and we cross paths with today’s most influential Pagans, occultists, and deep thinkers. I am your bewitching, bald headed, host Chris Orapello and ton…
 
Let's face it, Junkies, it's hot as hell out there. So, let's get comfortable and slip into some breathable shorts! That's right, it's Short Films Week! Up first, silent film legend Harold Lloyd finds love and danger around his office and a nearby construction site in the 100-year-old short film Never Weaken from 1921. Next, New York City undergrou…
 
Hey there! What do Australian stuntmen, New York cinephiles, and Old West Vampire Slugs have in common? If you answered "they're who hosts this podcast every week", well - that's not only incorrect, it's rude. But we WILL be talking about them this week in our reviews! Together with Zach! From the Shuffle.Repeat Podcast! Up first! It's 1978's Stunt…
 
It's short films week this week, Junkies! First, a square from CIncinnati tells us all about the evils of porn in "Perversion for Profit." Next, we get a glimpse of nature in "Unedited Footage of a Bear." Finally, two puppets deal witht heir fate in a monster-ridden world in "Kaiju Bunraku." All this plus Nerd News, a live studio audience, DVDs, Yo…
 
This week on JFD, we once again turn our movie picks to those insatiable maniacs, our Dom DeLuise Patreon donors and end up with three very different movies! Up first, a small documentary film crew conduct interviews with two local street gangs, The Savage Skulls and The Savage Nomads in the Bronx, NY in 1979 in 80 Blocks from Tiffany's. Next, a tr…
 
Hey there! Remember that time we all learned about the birds and the bees from John Lithgow in the back of a bitchin' van in Montreal? What's that, you don't? Well, cram this new JFD in your ears and see if it jostles the old memory banks. Up first! It's 1975's A Haunted Turkish Bathhouse! This creep-filled feature tracks the exploits of an abusive…
 
Get to safety! It's Kaijuly! First, a meeting with space aliens cause a jilted woman to grow in "Attack of the 50-foot Woman." Next, a baby kaiju with doo doo troubles learns to fight in "Daigoro vs. Goliath." Finally, the King of the Monsters faces off with his robot doppleganger in "Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla." ALl this plus Nerd News, adorable t…
 
A few weeks back, we did a segment called Movie Hostage (shout out to Kissing Contest) where we presented 3 flicks to the other JFD boys and let them pick the ones we would watch. As a result we ended up with Japanese aliens, cops who are also little kids and rotoscoped drug addicts. Up first, Hajime Satô directs a tale about a group of passengers …
 
Hey there! Remember that time we all learned about the birds and the bees from Howie Mandel, Jim Henson, and a pigeon with a really large rodney? Neither do we, but it sounds like a short, sweet dream. Find out what sorta sexual maneuvers we'd have pulled together in this hypothetical scenario when you donloyd and listen now! It's short films week!…
 
We're back with three working-class movies from our Patreon friends! First, Lilly Tomlin, Dolly Parton and Jane Fonda get in a whole heap of trouble with their mysogonist boss in "9 to 5." Next, an evil Kung Fu creep pits warriors against each other while making ghoulish creations in "Human Lanterns." Finally, it's deja vu as a barbarian travels to…
 
Hey there! Remember that time we all ran away to the big city to play golf and exorcize teenagers? Neither do we, but it sounds like a sweet dream. Find out what sorta BMX tricks we'd have pulled together in this hypothetical scenario when you donloyd and listen now! Up first! It's 1980's Times Square! The third film in Kevin Moss's continuing seri…
 
This week the boys put on their grandpa clothes to kick off June with a June-iversal Monsters show chock full of black and white horror goodness! Up first, James Whale (director of Frankenstein, Invisible Man and Bride of Frankenstein) takes us into The Old Dark House from 1932. A group of travelers seek refuge from a storm in a creepy mansion inha…
 
Hello and thank you once again for joining us down at the crossroads for some music, magick, and Paganism. Where witches gather for the sabbath, offerings are made, pacts are signed for musical fame and we cross paths with today’s most influential Pagans, occultists, and deep thinkers. I am your bewitching, bald headed, host Chris Orapello and toni…
 
Welcome, junkies! We've got three crazy shorts this week! First, a mannequin follows two opera singers around a mall in "Possibly in Michigan." Next, Jim Van Bebber returns as an acid-loving cult leader in "My Sweet Satan." Finally, a kid heads to Shinjuku to find noodles for his grandma in "Ramen Baka Ichidai." All this plus theater chat, nerd new…
 
Once again, we've turned over our movie picks to our Dom DeLuise Patreon donors (the coolest kids in the whole school) and end up with a trio of flicks you may have rented in the 7th grade. Up first, Jim Henson, George Lucas and David Bowie's package team up for the ultimate in technical Muppetry, 1986's Labyrinth, about a young girl (Jennifer Conn…
 
THE MEYER CHRONICLES: GRATEFUL TO BE TRUCKIN' THROUGH THE CONCERT YEARS 1966-71 The throwback episode provides an inspirational message giving hope to the younger generations to give back and try and make a difference, much like Andy as a young high school and college student! Join Andy Meyer and Jon Rubin on a journey back in time with visually en…
 
Well, howdy! Y'all like movies that were produced to air on television? In that case, we got a hell of a theme-show for y'alls this week. It's our May-d For TV extravaganza! Listen along as we chat about three very different TV movies. Up first! It's 1972's The Night Strangler! The original TV Movie that spawned a sequel, a TV series, and a thousan…
 
What an incredible episode! Is it possible it contains nine thumbs up?? Listen and find out! First, A young cop tries to rescue a beautiful woman before she is sacrificed by a tribe in the Chow Yun Fat film, "The Seventh Curse." Next, a suburban kid befriends a South Chicago kid and they go on a fun crime spree in "Big Shots." Finally, a young film…
 
Damn, it's getting hot outside. Time to slip into some comfy shorts... short films that is! Once again, JFD explores three short-subject pieces and this time they truly are very different. Up first, Telly Savalas hosts an hour-long musical TV special entitled Telly... Who Loves Ya, Baby? (sponsored by Kraft Foods) in 1976 with special appearances b…
 
Hot dang! It's another Patreon-picked banger episode of Junk Food Dinner? This is insane! It's already time for us to once again chat about three fine films selected by YOU, the Patreon donor who helps keep this weird podcasting dream of ours alive?! Why click click here to check out our Patreon offerings yourself? Up first! It's 1972's Raw Meat! D…
 
The bloke from Momo is back with a special episode of his characterful human planet research cast. In a micro series of interviews, Timo Peach talked with changemakers to ask them this question:What do sustainability champions most want now to help make better emotional impact with the possibilities?Find out more and all five Think Blinks over on t…
 
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