Welcome to Season 2 Episode 35 of the Curtain Jerkers, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that super kicks pro wrestling off the top rope. Your host, Token Tom Clark is back and coming to you somewhat live from the Top Rope studios in snowy upstate NY, returning to the director’s chair after a week off to mourn the passing of his father. Steve is off on assignment this week, actually he’s kicking people in the ass with a perfect singles record on the PWFU WWE2K league, but with Tom is our undaunted advocate, the man the myth the legend, the Viking, Brian Burton. We’ll be having our Elimination Chamber review, Viking got us interview with Xcite Champ Gregory Excellent, he’s also got the indy power rankings and of course we’ve got all the news that needs to be talked about in wrestling, including the passing of WWE Legend, Hall of Famer George the Animal Steele. And, lest we forget, Iris doesn’t get her creepiest interview yet.
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Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast host Armand Rosamilia is joined in studio by author and fellow podcaster John Urbancik, who chats about his career as well as his InkStains writing project and InkStains podcast, right here on Project Entertainment Network.
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Best-selling author Ronald Malfi sits down with Brian and Dave for an in-depth, career-spanning discussion of his origins, his work, the literature of genre, changing publishers, his new rock band, and much more. He also plays a short acoustic set. Also in this episode, a remembrance of Edward Bryant and a look back at the seminal DARK FORCES anthology. Plus, as Samhain Publishing closes its doors forever, we’ve got an exclusive from Jonathan Janz! And another exclusive from Richard Chizmar regarding his forthcoming collaboration with Stephen King! And movie news for Lee Thomas. And bad news for Paramount’s horror movies. And worse news for contributors and subscribers to Fangoria.
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This week on our podcast, we had the pleasure of laughing at — and talking with — comedian and humor author Leighann Lord, whose work is showcased at http://www.veryfunnylady.com/. Leighann talks about her family, turning real life into comedy, and more, with Liars Jon McGoran, Greg Frost, Merry Jones, Kelly Simmons and Keith Strunk. Recorded January 2017.
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Host John Urbancik discusses Romance — and issues a challenge. Featuring three readings.
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Keywords. They’re more important than you think for a writer. The Mando Method Podcast co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda delve deeper into their own feelings about keywords and what positive and negative things they’re doing to help/hinder their own usage of them.
Marketing Morsels with Erin Al-Mehairi is still on hiatus while she decides if she wants to live in Alaska and learn how to build an ice castle or return to sunny Ohio and eat at chain restaurants like a human being again.
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As we merrily traipse down the sunlit city streets of our mundane daily existences, most of us remain blissfully unaware that an entirely different world might lie just beneath our feet. On this episode of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny don their mining helmets, jump in their subterrene, and tunnel deep into the earth to uncover a few of the strange, forgotten wonders that lurk below the surface, including vast underground cities and mysterious tunnel networks, creepy abandoned military bunkers, a priceless treasure trove possibly hidden beneath a famous landmark, and even a shadowy secret society that gets up to all sorts of delightfully clandestine activities beneath the avenues of one of the world’s great metropolises. Specific topics of discussion include the Burlington Bunker, Dixia Cheng, Derinkuyu and the underground cities of Cappadocia, erdstall tunnels, the Wieliczka Salt Mine, the lost library of Ivan the Terrible, and the secretive collective of French catacomb dwellers known as the UX.
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On this episode of Three Guys with Beards, the Beards are joined by the amazing Steven Niles (30 Days of Night, Frankenstein, Alive! Alive! and so much more! We discuss Riverdale, many upcoming movies and, of course, Steve’s list of projects new and old alike.
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Welcome to volume 2 chapter 40 of the Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends horror and heavy metal properties with a common connection. Your typical host, Token Tom Clark, is away this week, as is our uber fan, Smoking Walt Hades. That leaves Maxx Axe at the helm for this chapter. He is joined by our esteemed colleague and horror and metal expert, Azriel Mordecai. Filling in for Tom & Walt this week is our special guest panelist, from Project Entertainment Network’s 13 O’Clock Podcast, author, artist and journalist Jenny Ashford. Jenny joins us to talk about the Goth behind metal and horror. But that’s not all. The guys say goodbye to Black Sabbath, Az goes hog wild in the mortuary and Maxx Axe & Revelation 13 bring you this week in metal and horror history.
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Jim examines a favorite from his childhood: 1966’s “Island of Terror,” starring Peter Cushing, Edward Judd and Carole Gray. In this classic monster thriller, directed by Terence Fisher, a small island community is terrorized by unstoppable creatures accidentally created in a cancer research laboratory. It’s a race against the clock to find a solution to the life-threatening problem on this episode of “Monster Attack.”
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Episode 2 is Jay Wilburn interviewing an undisclosed Christian missionary about her personal faith journey and her work around the world.
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Zongers! Time to unleash the weird on the world with this week’s guest, Scottish Bizarro writer, Chris Kelso. Kelso has been entrenched in the scene for a number of years and has gained a lot of street cred amongst his peers. He has several books to his name as well as various editing credits as well. He is an operative behind the scenes behind a lot of great Bizarro fiction.
So let’s hit play on this #ZongerDay and bring the Scottsman into your living room or car or treadmill or whatever other perverse place you maybe listening to Bizzong!
Chris Kelso has been printed frequently in literary and university publications across the UK, US and Canada.
His books include – ‘The Black Dog Eats the City’, ‘Schadenfreude’, ‘Transmatic’, ‘A Message from the Slave State’ and ‘Moosejaw Frontier’.
Chris has served as voluntary copy editor for Dog Horn, Jupiter Magazine, Eraserhead press (and cult horror imprint Deadite). Along with Victoria Hooper he edits the Sceptre award winning Sci-Fi magazine
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