Podcasts

012 Eli Roth Interview

Eli Roth; the man behind Cabin Fever and the Hostel films is tied to a chair and grilled like a character in one of his movies! Jordan sat down with the star of Inglourious Basterds to talk about his work. The conversation quickly turns from the Basterds and working with Quentin into the bizarre world…

Posted by Jonny in Horror, Interviews, Podcasts / September 3, 2009
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010 Inglourious Basterds Review

After being treated to a special screening of Quentin Tarantino‘s newest cinematic endeavor, topped off with an appearance by none other than Eli Roth, director of Cabin Fever and the Hostel movies and star of the flick, (he plays “the Bear Jew”) we had to sit down and talk shop about the movie. Everyone is…

Posted by Jonny in Podcasts, Reviews / August 21, 2009 /Leave a comment
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009 John Hughes Reviews

As of August 06, 2009 film writer/director John Hughes passed away. His films meant so much to so many and he will be missed. Rovin and I decided to talk about some of the lesser known Hughes projects. Many of these films of course you’ll have heard of, but many John Hughes movies are unknown…

Posted by Jonny in Podcasts, Reviews / August 16, 2009 /One comment so far
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008 Green Lantern

With the Blackest Night upon us this summer and a GL movie having been green lit (no pun intended), it seemed only fitting that we sit down and talk about the world’s favorite ring slinger. There has been so much happening surrounding him in the last five years and now with all of Hollywood turning…

Posted by Jonny in Comics, Podcasts, Reviews / August 8, 2009 /Leave a comment
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007 The Wolf Cast

This week, as a precursor to the impending Halloween season, we decided to explore Werewolf movies. What? Halloween’s too far away? Hell, we only do about one of these things a week! That means only four horror related podcasts? I think not! And shame on you for even suggesting such a thing. We’ll be doing…

Posted by Jonny in Horror, Podcasts, Reviews / July 20, 2009 /Leave a comment
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006 Ong Bak 2 Review

Following our review of Chocolate and the female Tony Jaa that leads the film, it seemed only good timing to take a look at what the original Thai sensation has been up to. His new movie, a sequel to his first North American success has some intriguing issues attached to it. While elbows and knees…

Posted by Jonny in Action, Martial Arts, Podcasts, Reviews / July 8, 2009 /Leave a comment

005 Chocolate Review

Hot on the heels of Thai sensation Tony Jaa, JeeJa Yanin stomps her way to the forefront of action cinema using only her elbows and knees! Using Jaa as inspiration in the film and his crew of movie makers in real life, Yanin defies all expectation and soars above and beyond what any spectator could…

Posted by Jonny in Action, Martial Arts, Podcasts, Reviews / July 1, 2009 /Leave a comment

003 Drag Me To Hell Review

After the questionable monument that was Spiderman 3and rumors that he”ll be heading up Spiderman 4, we all have to wonder whether director Sam Raimi has lost it completely. Are the days of Evil Dead and A Simple Plan gone to the history books? His new flick, “Drag Me To Hell” has all the promise…

Posted by Jonny in Action, Horror, Podcasts, Reviews / June 9, 2009