Monday, June 29, 2009

Episode #38: The Trucker By The Door

Back for another episode of obscure cinema pleasure? Well sit back and relax and enjoy our episode this week...
This week on the show we cover Sam Peckinpah's CONVOY (1978) and Ivan Dixon's THE SPOOK WHO SAT BY THE DOOR (1973)
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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Episode #7: Black Belly of the Blastfighter

Back in Black!!!! Here we go with another episode from the Gent's involving rare cinema treats and deep evaluation. We hope you enjoy!!!
This week we are covering Lamberto Bava's BLASTFIGHTER (1984) and BLACK BELLY OF THE TARANTULA (1971) for your listening pleasure.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Episode #36: The Penitentiary Trilogy

Welcome to yet another Tril-O-GGtMC episode and this time we have a special guest by the name of Miles from ShowShow!!!!
This recording session was epic!!! We love Miles and ShowShow and have become great friends with him over the last year. We look forward to doing this again as we havent laughed this hard in ages.
We cover Jamaa Fanaka's Penitentiary Trilogy which includes PENITENTIARY (1979) PENITENTIARY 2 (1982) and PENITENTIARY 3 (1987).
Sit back and relax and enjoy!!!
We had to cut some voicemails due to technical difficulty and space constraints. Our apologies in advance but we will play them next week....we promise.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Episode #35: Pugilists and Crows

Just when you think all we cover is hard to find cinema that was made in the 70s and 80s, we sneak in a more contemporary episode....again.
In this episode we cover Nicolas Winding Refn's BRONSON (2009) and Takashi Miike's CROWS ZERO (2007), for some newer cinema love because they are still churning out genre cinema in this decade that is worth talking about....

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Episode #34: The Milieu Trilogy

Time for another Tril-O-GGtMC episode and we have a great one lined up for you guys and gals this week.
This week we cover Fernando Di Leo's Milieu Trilogy, basically a trilogy in theme more than actual story and characters. Henry Silva, Mario Adorf, Frank Wolff, Luigi Pistilli, Barbara Bouchet, Woody Strode, Gastone Mouschin...the list goes on.....some of the great actors of the 70s European era....
We cover MANHUNT (1972), MILANO CALIBRE 9 (1972) and THE BOSS (1973)
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