Baby Driver, Music, and Fiction — InkStains Ep 30

Join host John Urbancik discusses writing and photography and art and creativity. This week, he discusses the movie Baby Driver, specifically its use of music, and how he incorporates music into his fiction. Readings include a race through the woods, magic in the City of Night, and a crime noir set on the highways of New England.

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Three Guys With Beards #58

In this episode, The Beards chat about our contests and where to win amazing prizes like a copy of the original script for THE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD signed by George Romero and John Russo. We also discuss, a rarity, politics and hate crimes and Neo-Nazis. Many questions are asked and some are even answered. 

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The Mando Method Podcast: Episode 50 – The Negatives

Let’s face it… there are some negatives to being an author. 

The Mando Method co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda tell a few sobering stories about deceit, getting screwed by publishers and the stuff authors don’t like to admit to, talk about or share… usually. 

This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing

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Lunch Ladies Book Club: Episode 14 – Death Stalks Kettle Street (Part 1 of 3)

The Lunch Ladies Book Club (Shelly, Ashley and Mimzie) read and review Death Stalks Kettle Street by John Bowen.

Did they like it? Did they agree or disagree about it?

Find out by listening!

Part 1 of 3

This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing

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The Necrocasticon Volume 3 Chapter 14

Welcome to Volume 3 chapter 14 of the Necrocasticon, the podcast that blends horror and heavy metal into a head banging, bloody smoothie. Your host and moderator, author Tom Clark and with him is our panel of metal & horror experts at Project Entertainment Network, musician Mr. Scott, our jack of all interests Smoking Walt Ball and musician & artist Azriel Mordecai.

Last week was all about the metal when we talked to Hungry Jack. This week we’re all about the horror as we catch up on the movies, TV and books that have been piling up. We’re hitting all the bases. From the not quite horror but deserves a mention, movies like War of the Planet of the Apes to TV like Game of Thrones. From Preacher to 68 Kill and to Annabelle Creation and everything in between, we’re opening a can of critical whoop ass for your pleasure this week, peeps & perps.

But we can’t do that alone, oh no. Joining us this week will be our brother from another mother, South FL film critic, freelance journalist, and co-host of The Curtain Jerkers podcast here at Project Entertainment Network, Steve Mesa. Steve has our exclusive review of ANOTHER WOLF COP from its debut at Popcorn Frights in Miami this past weekend, guys! Yes he’s seen the film and is here to talk about it with us.

Our metal focus this week takes us to Walt’s Smoker and a doomy trip to the dark side of the moon as we dig deep into a project by members of The Sword: DOOM SIDE OF THE MOON, a release that could very well be in our top 10 list for album of the year, or not, as the case may be.

But that’s not all, Az takes us back to the Mortuary as we tell some Nazi’s to fuck off and Mr Scott gives the ax handle to a grand forefather in arms.


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Matters of Faith Podcast Ep 028: Jeff Harper – The Jefferson Bible

Jeff Harper joins us to talk about how study of history and politics led to his views on faith through the Jefferson Bible compiled by Thomas Jefferson in 1820. This version of the Bible included the teachings of Jesus while excluding much of the supernatural along with the Resurrection. For the Jefferson Bible and Jeff Harper, the divinity of Jesus is still an open question. This episode will touch on some controversial topics politically and theologically for many.

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Destination Moon | Monster Attack Ep.81

It’s man’s first trip to the Moon – George Pal style – in this 1950 sci-fi favorite, “Destination Moon,” starring John Archer, Warner Anderson, Tom Powers and Dick Wesson. In spite of attempts from a scared government to stop their launch, a group of industrialists build and launch a rocket ship towards our nearest celestial body.It’s the adventure of the ages on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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Project Entertainment Network Top 5 Concert Lists

Each Saturday and Sunday we’ll post a fun Top 5 List from three of our PEN hosts. Topics will vary. Some you will agree on. Others you will not. Isn’t that the fun of having lists?

Today’s Topic: Concerts


Scott Groverston (Necrocasticon and The Curtain Jerkers)

1. Trans-Siberian Orchestra

 2. Metallica 
 3. GWAR
 4. Motorhead
 5. Kiss 

Jim Adams (Monster Attack)

1. Santana

2. Rolling Stones
4. Pink Floyd
5. CCR

Amber Fallon (It Cooks!)

1. Fountains of Wayne

2. mc chris
3. Shiny Toy Guns
4. Meg & Dia
5. Ben Folds

Project Entertainment Network Top 5 Books As A Teen Lists

Each Saturday and Sunday we’ll post a fun Top 5 List from three of our PEN hosts. Topics will vary. Some you will agree on. Others you will not. Isn’t that the fun of having lists?

Today’s Topic: Books As A Teen


Christopher Golden (Three Guys With Beards)

1. The Stand by Stephen King (and everything else by him)
2. Dark Forces edited by Kirby Mcauley
3. The Lord of the Rings trilogy by JRR Tolkien
4. The Books of Blood by Clive Barker
5. The Elric Saga by Michael Moorcock

Kelli Owen (Buttercup Of Doom)

1. Frankenstein (I was a weird kid =) my love started in kindergarten and never changed)
2. A Wrinkle in Time (because it was indeed a dark and stormy night, and I’m super hyped to see it’s going to be a movie… they better not f**k it up!
3. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever (mom read this to us when we were young and we laughed and laughed and it became a family in-joke)
4. what’s “as a kid” mean? cuz if we can go older than 10, then I can add the collection of HP Lovecraft my dad had that messed me up because of the short story “Cool Air”
5. and now that we’re in the teens, we can add The Distant Summer, a cheesy YA love story that I must have re-read a dozen times. what? you think I was born without girl genes? they’re there… they just hide in the shadows like good little monkeys most of the time =)

Jay Wilburn (Matters of Faith Podcast)

1. The Hobbit – Tolkien

2. Dune — Herbet
3. The Time Machine – Wells
4. Watership Down – Adams
5. A Wrinkle in Time – L’Engle

The Curtain Jerkers #3.14

Welcome to season 3 episode 14 of The Curtain Jerkers, Project Entertainment Network’s Podcast that super kicks pro wrestling in the indies. 

This week host Token Tom Clark, along with our co-hosts Steve Mesa & The Viking, Brian Burton, shine the indy spotlight on Eric Emanon.

Eric is a member of the Indy Card Mafia, and this is his first appearance on our show solo. So we get to talk about cool things like Freddy Kruger, as well as his passion for the ring.

But that’s not all. We’ve got the news, Tom defends Lio Rush’s no sell, Steve gets all giddy for Okada vs. Omega 3, and Viking has the Indy Power Rankings for your pleasure.

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Arm Cast Podcast: Episode 167 – Ruscsak And Szereto

 Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast host Armand Rosamilia chats with two different authors at different times on this week’s episode. 

First time author M.L.Ruscsak just released her first book “The New Reign” back in April. This is the first book in a 4 part series. All of which is edited by her daughter and publisher. This first book also had intentional miss spelled words among other misgivings.


Mitzi Szereto is an author and anthology editor of multi-genre fiction. She has her own blog of humorous essays at Errant Ramblings: Mitzi Szereto’s Weblog and the web TV channel Mitzi TV, which covers the “quirky” side of London, England. Her books include the newly released horror novel “Florida Gothic”?the first in a brand new series; as well as “Oysters and Pearls: Collected Stories”; “Rotten Peaches (The Thelonious T. Bear Chronicles)” and “Normal for Norfolk (The Thelonious T. Bear Chronicles)”?the cozy mystery series co-authored with author bear Teddy Tedaloo; “The Wilde Passions of Dorian Gray”; “Pride and Prejudice: Hidden Lusts”; “Dying for It: Tales of Sex and Death”; “Getting Even: Revenge Stories” and “Love, Lust and Zombies”. Her anthology “Erotic Travel Tales 2” is the first anthology of erotica to feature a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. She divides her time between the Pacific Northwest and the UK.

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