Director and actor Steve Boliek joins Brian and Dave to discuss independant filmmaking, financing and self-distribution, his cult classic zombie movie and its forthcoming sequel, Lloyd Kaufman, Christian Jensen, and much more. Plus — James Newman’s support for the True Colors Fund, changes for FEAR THE WALKING DEAD, discussion of two recent HWA decisions, and reviews of TRAIN TO BUSAN, LAND MINE GOES CLICK, and LOGAN.
Janet Benton talks about writing and researching her debut novel Lilli De Jong, and tells us why Kirkus Reviews called it a “monumental achievement.” She’s worked at magazines and newspapers and taught at four colleges, as well as running the writer’s workshop The Word Studio. Recorded March 2017.
Welcome to Season 2 Episode 41 of The Curtain Jerkers, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that super kicks pro wrestling in the show of shows.
Your host, veteran podcaster and journalist Token Tom Clark is joined, as always, by our panel of wrestling analysts at Project Entertainment Network. First, he’s from South FL, freelancer journalist Steve Mesa. With him, from parts unknown, our advocate, the man, the myth, the legend, The Viking, Brian Burton. And we’ve got a special guest panelist, once again this week, peeps and perps. Yes, from the production staff of the Curtain Jerkers, none other than Producer Dan Canastra.
We’re coming to you early this week so you can get your fill before Sunday. Why? Because we’re all about Wrestlemania and NXT Takeover this week, kiddies.
We’ve got our predictions all the way around for the show of shows, hailing from Orlando, FL.
Viking also has an interview with indy big man, TJ Marconi, and Iris has rounded up the Curtain Jerkers Players for their predictions for Wrestlemania, as well.
It’s a don’t miss episode of the Curtain Jerkers, and you can only hear it on Project Entertainment Network!
Host John Urbancik claims to be an Adventurer (as well as writer and photographer), and tries to define it. Three new readings: night falls, Monday and Sunday in court, and a grandmother bakes cookies in a war zone.
Another episode where we talk about conventions and book signings.
Because it’s needed, right? The Mando Method Podcast co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda delve further into the good and the bad of conventions and what you (as an author) can do to have a great time and gain more readers.
Then we learn how to skydive with varying results.
This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing
In January of 1935, a young man checked into a hotel in Kansas City under the pseudonym Roland T. Owen, with only a hairbrush, a comb, and a tube of toothpaste to his name. A couple of days later, he was found naked, bound and obviously tortured in his blood-splashed room. Who was this murdered man with the fake name? Why was he constantly sitting in the dark? Who was the mysterious “Don” he talked to on the phone? Why was he running down the street clad only in pants and an undershirt? Who anonymously paid for his funeral and a bouquet of roses? Who sent cryptic typed letters to his mother months after his death, and was the man really 17-year-old Artemus Ogletree, as his mother claimed?
Everyone loves an unsolved murder, and the mystery of room 1046 is one of the eeriest unsolved crimes in American history. On this episode, Tom and Jenny give a timeline of the weird events leading up to the man’s death, and speculate as to what might have befallen the doomed occupant of the Hotel President.
Project Entertainment Network is proud to announce our next podcast, coming soon!
The Scribblers’ Rest podcast is hosted by authors Brian Downes, LJ Heydorn, and William Tucker. We invite creative types (authors, artist, cosplayers, etc) to join our motley crew and venture forth with us. We drag our fearless adventurers through the tabletop role-playing worlds of Pathfinder, Dungeons & Dragons, Shadowrun, and much more.
It’s a look at one of Jim’s favorite “Guilty Pleasures” as we examine the 1957 camp classic, “Invasion of the Saucer Men,” starring Steven Terrell, Gloria Castillo, Frank Gorshin (yes, that Frank Gorshin) and Lyn Osburn. Creepy little green men land on a farmer’s property and terrorize the inhabitants of the town of Hicksville. And why is the military trying to cover everything up? It’s all ahead in this episode of Monster Attack.