Welcome to Season 2 Episode 43 of The Curtain Jerkers, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that super kicks pro wrestling in the high spot!
Your host, veteran podcaster and journalist Token Tom Clark is joined by our panel of pro wrestling analysts at Project Entertainment Network. First, he’s the second half of the podcasting tag team champions of the universe, freelance journalist and film critic, Steve Mesa. And the man, the myth, the legend… the Viking, Brian Burton.
We’ve got a jam packed show for you this week and it’s all news for the most part, as the wrestling world has had a bit of that since Wrestlemania passed.
Iris doesn’t investigate the Coach, we ask where the f**k has Wade Barrett been, Viking has the Indy Power Rankings and Steve, well, he isn’t undefeated in WWE2K, anymore. And he no sells us like champ!
It’s a shenanigans galore this week on the Curtain Jerkers and you can only hear it here on Project Entertainment Network!
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One Hundred and Fifty episodes later…
Yep, after 149 previous episodes of Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast, we make it to the 150th one.
Host Armand Rosamilia reminisces about the other episodes that came before. He also plays messages from people who say nice things about him and the podcast.
He also plays a really bad clip he should’ve erased.
Welcome to 150 and hopefully 150 more!
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Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum selling Geoff Tate — the original singer for Queensryche — sits down with Brian and Mary for a discussion on songwriting, his creative process, storytelling, and his role in the horror film THE BURNINGMOORE DEATHS. Plus — Dave’s Rules For Concert Etiquette, a BUBBA HO-TEP prequel, reviews of Hugh B. Cave, Ramsey Campbell, and Ken Liu, and the author line-up for the Scares That Care Charity Weekend.
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Listen as New York Times Bestseller William Lashner talks about The Iowa Writers Workshop, the difference between his career as a prosecutor and his career as a writer, the joys of occasionally writing under a pseudonym, and his latest book THE FOUR NIGHT RUN. Recorded April 2017.
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Welcome to Scribblers’ Rest, where a group of central Florida creatives play RPGs!
Wherein our heroes tour the temples and taverns of Loam’s End, trying to gather information about the foreboding and lonely manor house outside of town. And wherein the manor house is approached, and its first dangers met. We examine the size of a Halfling’s sword, face The Hornless Thing in the Well, debate what we want to eat, and then breach the locked door of the mysterious manor house. Which is when the real fear begins.
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Join Host John Urbancik as he discusses what happens after the end of those big projects. Readings include ramblings about the blank page, a job offer from Ms. Friday, and the ghost collector’s prized possession.
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If you’re an author hopefully you always have a new book coming out at some point in the future, right?
The Mando Method Podcast co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda discuss their own experiences with releasing books like what needs to be done beforehand, during and after your latest baby is set to be unleashed on an unsuspecting reading world!
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A masked, black-gloved killer stalks the streets of Rome, hacking away at underdressed ladies with a flashing, phallic blade. A hapless tourist witnesses one of these murders, but is brushed off by the police, and is forced to try to reveal the killer on her own, before she becomes the next victim.
If this plot sounds familiar, it’s because it’s the most common story arc of the classic Italian thriller/horror genre, the giallo. This distinctive film style has many fascinating aesthetic and narrative flourishes, and is largely responsible for kicking off the American slasher film boom of the 1970s and 1980s. On this episode, Tom and Jenny discuss one of Jenny’s very favorite film styles, giving a history of the genre, a breakdown of the most commonly seen tropes, and opinions about the best giallo films. Sharpen your straight razor and shrug into your black trenchcoat as we take a deep red journey into the lurid, murderous world of the giallo. Bring in the perverts!
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It was an international sensation that launched a beloved franchise that spanned more than six decades – “Gojira” a.k.a. “Godzilla.” Mike Clark (BK on the Air) joins Jim for a lively discussion about one of cinema’s most popular dinosaurs. Come take a trip back to the time where it all began on this episode of Monster attack.
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Welcome to the 100th Chapter of The Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends Horror and heavy metal properties with a common connection, hosted by Token Tom Clark, Maxx Axe, Walt Hades and Azriel Mordecai.
This week we’ve got a pair of very special guests covering both metal and horror.
First, joining us from the Band Fall of Humanity, Northeast child phenom guitar legend, Jimmy Falco. Jimmy is a metal legend, from his youth in Dead Rose to his current gig in Fall of Humanity, Jimmy has left his mark on the music scene in the Northeast. Jimmy is also a huge horror fan and has a large collection of Don Post Masks.
Then, sideshow artist and all around great guy Isaac Bidwell joins us to talk about the quirky side of horror and the unknown.
Plus Tom got to see THE VOID, Walt brings us a Mastodon in the smoker, Az gets all jungle rotted in the mortuary and Maxx has our final foray into this week in Metal & Horror history.
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Hector Miray is the author of the Faith and Fandom series. He has served in ministry with children, youth, and adults for two decades. He has experience with church plants and ministry start-ups. We discuss this and more on this very exciting episode.
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The great MP Johnson has returned to Bizzong! MP has a new tale of drag queens and dinosaurs to talk about. But MP Johnson is also a wonderful source of knowledge about the convention circuits. Mr. Frank, having just finished his first convention weekend had lots to pick MP’s brains about. A wonderful learning experience for the veteran and rookie convention book peddlers is talked about. We also give some heartfelt discussion on MP Johnson’s future work as well.
It’s another must-listen-to episode of Bizzong! So get yourself some astronaut underpants and strap in for the jumbo sized episode with MP Johnson. Give us the gong!
Drag Queen Dino Fighters releases on May 1st.
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