Welcome to season 2 episode 29 of The Curtain Jerkers, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that super kicks wrestling off the top rope. Your host is veteran podcaster and journalist Token Tom Clark and with him, as always, is our panel of pro wrestling analysts over at Project Entertainment Network. First, he hails from South FL, he’s the former WWE2K US Champ and his writing can be seen in places like The Miami Herald, he’s Steve Mesa! And with him is our advocate, from parts unknown, the man, the Myth, the Legend, The Viking Brian Burton. This is probably our biggest show of the year. We’ve got our best of 2016 lists to share with you, who is our top pick for worker of the year? We’ll give you a hint: Tom only owns one wrestler’s t-shirt. How about match of the year? Steve has a Wrestlemania Weekend Match he thinks tops all others this year. Viking goes to Xcite’s most recent TV taping and talks to CZW Champion Joe Gacy and Tom had a chance to sit down with the man behind Fight For The Mind 2, the former Shooter Storm. Former? Well listen to the interview and find out why we say that.
What an end of the year treat! The Mando Method Podcast co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda are joined by Marketing Morsels host Erin Al-Mehairi and the three go through the previous sixteen episodes as well as answering questions from the listeners and just chatting happily as 2016 comes to a close.
Welcome back to IT COOKS! This is episode thirteen! Lucky thirteen! Amber doesn’t let some audio/technical issues stand in her way in this episode, with special guest Bracken MacLeod! It’s all about cocktails, from manhattans to martinis! This week’s sponsor is Subculture Corsets and Clothing.
Welcome to Volume 2 Chapter 33 of the Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends horror and heavy metal properties with a common connection. Your host, author and journalist Token Tom Clark is joined, as always, by our panel of metal and horror experts at Project Entertainment Network. Maxx Axe, Smoking Walt Hades and Azriel Mordecai remember those we lost in the metal and horror genres this past year. Plus replays of two of our favorite and most popular interviews from 2016, with a legendary pair of creators, Joe R. Lansdale & John Russo. But that’s not all, Az reveals a mystery of science in the Mortuary’s theater, Walt goes to the Summerlands for his review and Maxx Axe & Revelation 13 bring us this week in Horror and Metal History.
Jim and Mark dissect Italy’s Sci-Fi opus “War Between The Planets” (1966), starring Jack Stuart and Amber Collins. A group of astronauts living on a space station orbiting Earth have to move quickly to stem the threat of an asteroid hurtling toward the planet. It’s all ahead on this episode of “Monster Attack.”
Welcome to Season 2 episode 28 of the Curtain Jerkers, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that superkicks pro wrestling in the Christmas Gifts. Your host, veteran podcaster and journalist Token Tom Clark, is joined, as always, by our panel of wrestling analysts over at Project Entertainment Network. Steve Mesa and The Viking, Brian Burton have got another huge show for one and all, full of holiday goodies. To start things off, Tom got to speak to King Shane about his upcoming match at Fight for the mind 2 in Murpheesboro TN in January. Plus we’ve got our review of the WWE Network event, the RAW Brand’s Roadblock end of the Line. And of course, Steve has the news and Viking has the Indy Power Rankings. And I’m sorry, there’s no Iris this week, she’s busy compiling her best of Not Interviews for the year for next week’s show.
Happy Holidays! Host Armand Rosamilia is joined by his wife, Shelly, and they chat for a special Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast episode about the future of Project Entertainment Network, what they want for Christmas and what is on the menu.
Dave & Phoebe once again celebrate the holiday season with a special episdoe. Discussions include cookies, holiday light displays, and special gifts. They also talk about serial killers at yard sales, and rant about one of the most horrifying activites on Earth: Moving.
This week I cover Happy Holidays vs Merry Christmas, single-handedly try to destroy the Christmas Tree business, offer protective advice for dealing with family this holiday season, and I think I even snuck in something about that Elf on a Shelf thing… I covered a lot, a happy ho-ho of holiday madness, including #sorrynotsorry the xmas version!