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Tune in every week to Gorilla Position, the biggest and best WWE fancast in the UK! If you love the Sports Entertainment juggernaut, you will love GP; a show made for fans, by fans! Join us for news, views, event recaps, behind-the-scenes gossip, competitions, plus interviews with all the biggest Superstars in WWE! It’s an unmissable slice of WWE that takes you closer to the action than ever before!
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The Kulturecast is a movie weekly podcast where movies are reviewed both new and old, those involved with making the films are talked to, and cinema tangents are gone on. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-kulturecast--2883470/support.
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We continue Romance Month with a bonus episode that came into being due to our previous episode on Victor/Victoria that also just happens to work for this month's theme: The Americanization of Emily. Rankin' on Bond's Richard Hatem programs the episode to talk more Julie Andrews, James Garner, and alot of anti-war sentiment. Reuniting James Garner …
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We continue Romance Month with one of the great fantasy romance films that also explores ideas of fate and, strangely, neuroscience: A Matter of Life and Death. Someone's Favorite Productions' Dr. Will Dodson and The Projection Booth's Mike White join the episode to talk David Niven, a young Kim Hunter, and the escalator to Heaven. Starring Niven a…
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It's Friday... you know what that means. Gorilla Position is back to deliver some WWE goodness direct into your ears. Welcome to our GP Friday Special, featuring the biggest Superstars in WWE. This week, man of the moment R-Truth chats to James Delow about his extraordinary run with the company, his duties in the Judgement Day, what 'Finishing his …
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James Delow is joined by Kevin Clifton and Mekz in the Gorilla Position studio as they discuss all the highs and lows from the last seven days in WWE. From the extraordinary WrestleMania Kick Off Press Event in Vegas, to Triple H calling out The Rock, all the way through to Monday Night RAW and the Elimination Chamber qualifiers and one of Seth Rol…
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We begin Romance Month with one of the most unconventional romantic films of all time with one hell of a soundtrack: Harold and Maude. Adam's Corners Adam Long joins the episode to talk all about Bud Cort, Ruth Gordon, and that soundtrack by Cat Stevens. Written by Colin Higgins as his senior film thesis, it follows the titular Harold and Maude, on…
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It’s time to finish our story… FINALLY… Gorilla Position has returned!! After a long hiatus, the biggest WWE podcast in the UK is back; bigger, bolder, better than ever! James Delow and the gang take to the podwaves once again, from the brand new GP studio in London, to bring you all the latest news from the wonderful world of WWE… and there is SO …
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We near the end of Musical Month Deux with one of the regularly scheduled programming films that is a musical with a capital "M": Oliver!. Someone's Favorite Production's Dr. Will Dodson joins the episode for the first time to talk about Oliver Reed, white privilege, and epic musicals. Based on the musical of the same name by Lionel Bart in turn ba…
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We end Musical Month Deux with a musical remake of the John Waters-directed original that features one of the strangest screen performances ever: Hairspray (2007). Film critic Josh Hurtado and Alamo Drafthouse's Jackie Stewart join the episode to talk all about John Travolta's role, the music, and the film's message in 2024. A remake of the 1988 Wa…
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We near the end of Musical Month Deux with a modern-day biopic that also happens to be parody along with being a damn fine musical with alot of heart: Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. Disc-Connected's Ryan Verrill programs the episode and stops by to talk all about John C. Reilly, the film's music, and what Dewey Cox may be up to in 2024. Starring J…
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We continue Musical Month Deux with a Julie Andrews-helmed performance musical that has some rather progressive ideas about gender and sexual politics: Victor/Victoria. 80's TV Ladies' Susan Lambert Hatem programs the episode and stops by to talk all about James Garner, 80's sexual politics, and if this could be remade in 2024. Based on the 1933 Ge…
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We soldier on with Musical Month Deux with yet another adaptation of an Andrew Lloyd Webber joint that, similarly to Cats (2019), doesn't do the source material much justice: Jesus Christ Superstar. Scary Stories We Tell's Emma Mantell joins another episode in a row to talk about Norman Jewison, the usage of anachronisms, and those hats. Based on t…
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We continue Musical Month Deux with a look at one of the most critically and commercially reviled films of the last decade that also happens to be based off the first megamusical: Cats (2019). Scary Stories We Tell's Emma Mantell kicks off the New Year right by joining the first recorded episode of 2024 to talk about various celebrity-cat hybrids, …
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We kick off the New Year with a look at a true Australian musical classic that deserves alot more love than most musicals from the early '80s: Starstruck (1982). Noise Junkie's Heather Drain and Kulturecast newbie author Rachel McPadden program the episode and kick off the month with talk about Jo Kennedy, Aussie filmmaking, and the fan theory endi…
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With our quick jaunt into food films over, we end the year with a month programmed by the one and only Heather Drain, starting with an Argentinian horror film that could also be a noir film: Feast of Flesh. Noise Junkie's Heather Drain kicks off the month and joins the episode to talk about the film's masked man, the lighting, and more. Directed by…
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With Horrortober 9 in the rearview, we take a quick jaunt into food films with an amended month of two classic food films, closing with The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover. Noise Junkie's Heather Drain and Dark Destinations' Father Malone join the episode to talk about the production design, Peter Greenaway, and that finale. Directed by Peter…
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With Horrortober 9 in the rearview, we take a quick jaunt into food films with an amended month of two classic food films, starting with Babette's Feast. Rankin on Bass's Richard Hatem joins the episode to talk about food, religion, and the end of the writer's strike. Based on the short story by Karen Blixen, the film tells the story of two sisters…
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With Horrortober 9 in the rearview, take a break from everything to check out a film that's been in Chris' blind spot: L.A. Confidential. The World is Wrong's Andras Jones stops by for his first time along with programming the episode all about classic LA, gangsters, and noir filmmaking. Starring Russell Crowe, Kevin Spacey, and Guy Pearce, the fil…
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With Horrortober 9 in the rearview, we make one last stop in Horrotown for a film almost a decade in the making: Five Night's at Freddy's. Scary Stories We Tell's Emma Mantell and Dustin Rutledge join the episode to talk FNAF lore, the movie's RT score, and where the series goes from here. Josh Hutcherson stars as Mike, a man plagued by memories of…
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We end Horrortober 9, this year a mixed bag of new and old horror, with a film from 2022 that made tons of waves in the horror world: Barbarian. Scary Stories We Tell's Emma Mantell joins for the first time to talk about a rough movie with even rougher subject material, trigger warning advised for assault. Georgina Campbell plays Tess, a woman rent…
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We end Horrortober 9, this year a mixed bag of new and old horror, with another film that mashes up two things great on their own into a wild melange of splatter comedy: Hard Rock Zombies. Mondo Heather's Heather Drain programs the episode along with stopping by to talk all about zombies, zombies that rock, and zombie Hitler. Starring E.J. Curse as…
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We end Horrortober 9, this year a mixed bag of new and old horror, with a film that's not too scary but definitely alot of nostalgic fun: Ernest Scared Stupid. Scary Stories We Tell's Maggie the Odd programs the episode as well as stops by to wax poetically about a man named Worrell. Starring Jim Varney as the titular Ernest, he must content with a…
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We continue Horrortober 9, this year a mixed bag of new and old horror, with a crossover with the Bollywood Cinema Club taking a look at one of the few Indian horror films made stateside: It Lives Inside. Scary Stories We Tell's Dustin Rutledge stops by to talk all about Indian cinema, the film's monster, and its prospects for broadening film horiz…
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We continue Horrortober 9, this year a mixed bag of new and old horror, with another contemporary horror film that features the most alien aliens you'll ever see: No One Can Save You. Disc Connected's Ryan Verrill joins the show to talk the film, feelings on contemporary horror, and more! Starring Kaitlyn Dever as Brynn, a homebody with a tragic se…
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We continue Horrortober 9, this year a mixed bag of new and old horror, with a film that is quickly cementing itself as a modern horror classic, Talk to Me. The Projection Booth's Mike White joins the show to talk the film, feelings on contemporary horror, and more! Focusing on a group of teenagers, they find themselves drawn into the terrifying wo…
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We continue Horrortober 9, this year a mixed bag of new and old horror, with a film that has two versions and only recently was made available legally through Severin: Eyes of Fire. Mondo Heather's Heather Drain programs the episode and gushes about a film that not only deserves your attention but also, isn't as good as its director's cut. Starring…
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We kick off Horrortober 9, this year a mixed bag of new and old horror, with a TV movie that puts many modern horror movies to shame: The Other. Host of Adam's Corner Adam Long is here to program the episode and also gush about why the film deserves your attention. Starring the Udvarnoky twins and Uta Hagen, it follows Holland and Niles, two brothe…
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We end You've Never September, this year focusing on sketch comedy films, with the grandaddy of them all, the biggest sketch comedy film to come out the height of the genre's popularity: Amazon Women of the Moon. Noise Junkies' Father Malone is here to finish out the month along with heaping praise on every single part of the film. Starring a who's…
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We near the end of You've Never September, this year focusing on sketch comedy films, with an example of what happens when too much of a good thing is a good thing with Mr. Mike's Mondo Video. Noise Junkies' Father Malone is here to talk about the film's tone, Michael O'Donoghue's style, and '80s SNL. Starring a veritable who's who of early SNL pla…
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We continue off You've Never September, this year focusing on sketch comedy films, with one yet another early example of what some of the hottest minds in '80s comedy were up to in the '70s: The Kentucky Fried Movie. Noise Junkies' Father Malone and Mondo Heather's Heather Drain stop by to talk about the film's tone, John Landis, and what Zukkums w…
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We kick off You've Never September, this year focusing on sketch comedy films, with one of the earliest examples of where sketch comedy would be going in the following decades including with one of the genres big names, The Groove Tube. Noise Junkies' Father Malone, 'Night Mr Walter's HP, and Mondo Heather's Heather Drain stop by to talk about Chev…
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We end Patreon August, this year focusing on Mickey Rourke, with a film we were'nt intially covering but hey, when friends make suggestions, you listen: The Pope of Greenwich Village. Noise Junkies' Father Malone programs the episode and stops by along with Rankin' on Bass's Richard Hatem to talk about Rourke's peformance, the film's tone, and the …
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We near the end of Patreon August, this year focusing on Mickey Rourke, with a special bonus episode on the film Mickey Rourke called "the low point of his career", we respectfully disagree with that sentiment: Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man. Noise Junkies' Father Malone programs the episode and stops by to talk all about one of the stranger …
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We near the end of Patreon August, this year focusing on Mickey Rourke, with a film about the cheeriest topic of all, the Troubles, along with being a mobster-goes-straight film, A Prayer for the Dying. Rankin on Bass's Richard Hatem and film professor Spencer Parsons join the show to discuss Rourke's performance, Bob Hoskin's rage, and the usage o…
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We continue Patreon August, this year focusing on Mickey Rourke, with another film where Mickey Rourke makes some big choices and wears a ton of prosthetics in Johnny Handsome. Noise Junkies' Father Malone joins the show to discuss Rourke's performance, Walter Hill's direction, and that abysmal third act. Starring Mickey Rourke as the titular chara…
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We take a break from our usually scheduled programming to take a look at one of the most meta horror movies ever made, if not THE meta horror movie of all time, The Cabin in the Woods. Professor of Media and Communications at Texas Tech Dr. David Perlmutter stops to talk heady topics inlcuding the film attempting to end horror movies all together. …
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We continue Patreon August, this year focusing on Mickey Rourke, with something completely different from Rourke fighting the devil, now he's finding solace at the bottom of a glass in Barfly. Scary Stories We Tell's Jess Byard joins the show to discuss Bukowski, his work body, and Rourke's role. Starring Mickey Rourke as the titular character, he …
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We kick off Patreon August, this year focusing on Mickey Rourke, with one of the few horror films both he and Robert De Niro are in that also happens to be noir, Angel Heart. Noise Junkies' Father Malone and Heather Drain join the episode to talk cinematic Satan, the portrayal of voodoo, and that name. Starring Mickey Rourke as Harry Angel, it foll…
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We end Jess Byard July, this year all about surrealist films, with a look at one of the big boys of the surrealism film genre that also pays homage to one of the great literary novels, Brazil. Scary Stories We Tell's Jess Byard and Maggie the Odd join the episode to talk about Terry Gilliam's career, the battle of Brazil, and the 1984ness of it all…
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We near the end of Jess Byard July, this year all about surrealist films, with a Leos Carax film that flew under our radar for way too long but no longer, Holy Motors. The Projection Booth's Mike White joins the episode to talk about French surrealism, Denis Lavant's performance, and the multilayered interpretation. Starring Denis Lavant as Mr. Osc…
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We end our limited crossover marathon with our friends over at 80's TV Ladies to coincide with their look at the Nine to Five TV show with a Dolly Parton lead musical whose title gives away what you're getting yourself into almost immediately, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. 80s TV Ladies' Susan Lambert Hatem joins the show to talk the origina…
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We continue our limited crossover marathon with our friends over at 80's TV Ladies to coincide with their look at the Nine to Five TV show with a Lily Tomlin/Steve Martin joint that still brings the metaphysical comedy, All of Me. 80s TV Ladies' Susan Lambert Hatem joins the show to talk about Steve Martin's career, Tomlin's comedy, and the attempt…
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We continue Jess Byard July, this year all about surrealist films, with the first Luis Bunuel film we've ever covered along with possibly being the auteur's finest film: The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie. Supporting Character's Bill Ackerman joins the episode to talk Bunuel's career, the surrealist nature of the film, and the films it went on t…
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We continue our limited crossover marathon with our friends over at 80's TV Ladies to coincide with their look at the Nine to Five TV show with a film all about the horrors and dangers of nuclear power by way of Jane Fonda, The China Syndrome. Rankin on Bass's Richard Hatem and 80s TV Ladies' Susan Lambert Hatem join the show to talk about Jack Lem…
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We kick off Jess Byard July, this year all about surrealist films, with a look at the first film from director Steven Sayadian, and also the first adult film ever covered on the show: Nightdreams. Mondo Heather's Heather Drain joins the show to talk all about Steven Sayadian's career, Wall of Voodoo's musical additions, and that Cream of Wheat scen…
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We continue our limited crossover marathon with our friends over at 80's TV Ladies to coincide with their look at the Nine to Five TV show with an ensemble film that features two-thirds of 9 to 5's cast along with two more heavy-hitting actresses: 80 for Brady. 80's TV Ladies Sharon Johnson and Susan Lambert Hatem join the show to talk all about a …
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We take a break from our usually scheduled programming to take a look at the final film in the Indiana Jones franchise that comes fifteen years after the last totally unnecessary film: Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. In this crossover episode with The Projection Booth, Chris and Mike are joined by author and Steven Spielberg impersonator And…
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We end Spanish-Language Film Month with a look at the real-life story of Ramon Sampedro, a quadriplegic who fought for almost thirty years for his right to die: Mar Adentro. Rankin on Bass's Richard Hatem stops by to talk about euthanasia, Javier Bardem's body of work, and why these kinds of movies don't necessarily move the needle for us. Starring…
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