The Curtain Jerkers #2.39

Welcome to season 2 episode 39 of The Curtain Jerkers, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that superkicks pro wrestling all the way to Wrestlemania.

We’re throwing the format out the window this week to fantasy book Wrestlemania before the whole card is locked down. And we’re overbooked like a pre-show tag team match to do it.

Your host, Token Tom Clark, is joined by the usual team here, with Steve Mesa and The Viking, Brian Burton, plus a few more. Curtain Jerkers producers Maxx Burton and Dan Canastra join us, as does PWFU2K League admin Bad News Delrose.

But our big surprise is Roman Reigns mark, er I mean fan, and co-host of the Mando Method Podcast, author Chuck Buda. How would we book the card for this year’s show of shows? Well listen and find out!

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Arm Cast Podcast: Episode 146 – Jeffery

Author Dave Jeffery brings his humor, his accent and word on his latest release to Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast, where host Armand Rosamilia asks a few questions and talks to Dave about various things. 

This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing

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RALPH BIEBER – The Horror Show with Brian Keene – Ep 107

Horror novelist Ralph Bieber talks about why he walked away from a career as a best-selling writer…and what made him come back. Plus, good news for Dread Central and author Erik Williams, a review of KONG: SKULL ISLAND, and an examination of Wattpad and whether or not it’s a good source for writers.

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The Liars Club Oddcast #011 | Broadway Vet Bill Russell

Tony-nominated Bill Russell has written the books and lyrics for dozens of highly acclaimed Broadway and off-Broadway shows. He’s the author of Sideshow, and his AIDS-focused play, Elegies for Angels, has been produced in nine countries. He sat down with Liars Greg Frost, Jon McGoran, Merry Jones, and Keith Strunk for a lively discussion about playwriting and activism. Recorded February 2017.

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Nightingales and Lost Fates – InkStains – Ep 8

Host John Urbancik discusses recurrent themes in his work, and in yours, and assigns a new InkStains challenge. Three new readings, including a young storm, a birthday, and The Book of Lost Fates.

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The Mando Method Podcast: Episode 28 – Pre-order Failure/Libraries

Two amazing subjects for the price of one this week on The Mando Method Podcast, hosted by Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda.

One of the hosts (who shall remain nameless but his name rhymes with Duck) screwed up his pre-order and now we talk about the ramifications of it for his future. 

Then we chat about getting your book into libraries. pros. Cons. Everything in between. 

Marketing Morsel’s Erin Al-Mehairi might have been kidnapped by her Yeti boyfriend’s jealous friends at this point. We just don’t know.

This week’s episode sponsored by Subculture Corsets & Clothing

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13 O’Clock Episode 30: British Serial Killers Peter Sutcliffe and Dennis Nilsen

Well, we WERE gonna go with something more cheerful this episode, since we did creepy necrophiliacs on last week’s show, but NO, we had to go and sort of accidentally do another episode about serial killers (one of whom also happens to be a necrophile, for added fun). Sorry.

On episode 30 of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny cross the pond to discuss infamous British serial killers Peter Sutcliffe (aka The Yorkshire Ripper) and Dennis Nilsen (aka The Kindly Killer). Join us for yet another twisted, rambling, factually dubious gabfest about the worst humanity has to offer, like dudes beating women to death with ball peen hammers and other dudes happily boiling heads in cooking pots and flushing pieces of people down toilets. Yay.

After the show is over, you might want to go hug a puppy or something. Just saying.

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House Of Frankenstein | Monster Attack Ep.58

Jim examines the 6th entry into Universal’s successful “Frankenstein” franchise -“House of Frankenstein,” starring Boris Karloff, J. Carroll Naish, Lon Chaney Jr.,  Elena Verdugo, George Zucco and John Carradine. The evil Dr. Niemann gathers together assorted monsters (Frankenstein monster, Dracula, Wolfman) for a popular tale of suspense and action. And it is all ahead on this episode of Monster Attack.

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Necrocasticon Volume 2 Chapter 44

Welcome to volume 2 chapter 44 of the Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends horror and heavy metal properties with a common connection. Your host, writer and podcaster Token Tom Clark is joined, as always, by our panel of metal & horror experts at Project Entertainment Network. Musician Maxx Axe and musician and artist, Azriel Mordecai are alone this week, as Smoking Walt has some things to attend to. But that’s OK.

This week we’re going ape for the original big monster, King Kong. With the release KONG: Skull Island, we’re going to talk about the American national treasure that is King Kong. One part sci-fi thriller, one part giant monster movie, one part romantic adventure. From 1933 to now, no other big monster has captured our hearts like Kong. Well, for those of us without a lizard infatuation, that is.

In order for us to get into the brass tacks of this, we’re enlisting the aid of fellow Project Entertainment Network show host, veteran broadcaster and big monster expert, Jim Adams. Jim’s show Monster Attack can be heard on the network m and he gives his unique insight into all things Kong in a chat he had with Token Tom.

Az is goes to the mortuary for a super group, Tom steps in for Walt’s smoker with his own BBQ review of Edge of Paradise’s new EP, Alive, and Maxx Axe and Revelation 13 bring us this week in metal and horror history.

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Bizzong! Thicke and Vaney : Bix Skahill

Bizzong! is getting THICK and VEINY this week! That’s right, Bizzong invites the head curator of Thicke & Vaney Publishing, Bix Skahill, onto the show to talk about publishing poems about mini vans and his own work about cool boobs. Mr. Frank had a ton of fun joking around with Bix and I hope all the Zongers find Bix as endearing as I did.

So keep your ears pricked and your dick eared into this weeks show. Hit play because its #ZongerDay with Bix Skahill!

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Manor House Podcast – S3E1: Something In The Strawberry Fields

A man’s troubled past catches up with him when he discovers something in the strawberry fields. | Listen with headphones for the full experience. | Never miss an episode. Join Fantom Zone ACCESS – | Share Manor House with all of your horror fiends. | “It’s like Tales From The Crypt. It’s really fu@king cool.” – Brian Keene, bestselling author of The Rising. | Warning: If you are easily scared by dark stories of terror, of if you’re easily offended by violence, explicit language, sexual situations, or worse…then now is the time for you to exit Manor House. Otherwise you enter at your own risk. Manor House is intended for mature audiences only. Discretion is advised. | Title: Something In The Strawberry Fields | Writer: Eric J. Guignard | Performers: Chris Ford (Abysmii) as The Narrator, Atticus Jackson as Luis, Pete Lutz as Joe, Jeff Niles as Manny, Darren Marlar as Field Foreman, and Rock Manor as Miguel. | Music: CO.AG – “Immortal” & “Poczuc Ciemnosc” | Music: GMC Sebastian Sampieri – “Warning Saliva” | Music: Kevin MacLeod – “Sardana” & “Laid Back Guitars” | Main Theme: “Darkness Falls” by Schreer, Sillescu, & Woods | Sound Effects: EttalSFX | Editor, Producer, and Director: Rock Manor | Website: | Twitter: @manorhouseshow | Instagram: @horrorillustrated | YouTube: | Email: | (C) 2017 Manor House Productions

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