Welcome to Season 2 Episode 45 of the Curtain Jerkers, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that super kicks pro wrestling in the pay back.
This week, your host Token Tom Clark and the rest of our panel of wrestling analysts at Project Entertainment Network are back in the studio after taking a week away.
But they’re not alone. Producer Dan Canastra joins Steve, Tom and Viking again, along with Curtain Jerkers writer Maxx Burton to give our predictions for the WWE Network event, Payback, and to cover the news.
We’ve got Curtain Jerkers shenanigans when Don Bump and Ali Burns make another call to WWE customer service with surprising results.
And, of course, Viking takes the time between raiding and pillaging to bring us the Indy Power Rankings.
Oh, and we can’t forget that Steve and Tom have some words for their friends in the WWE2K league.
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Arm Cast: Dead Sexy Podcast host Armand Rosamilia chats with authors Jeremy Hepler and Todd Keisling, but not together at the same time because then an arm-wrestling match would break out and it would be too awesome for a podcast.
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Life’s unexpected curves can be detrimental to creatives. Kelli Owen joins Brian and Dave for a frank discussion on grief, depression, and how they impact writing. They also talk audiobooks, rejection, the Nicholas Kaufmann Curse, the future of Buttercup of Doom, and role-playing games as a release. Plus — gambling on the Bram Stoker Awards, the Marvel mayhem continues, William Hjortsberg in remembrance, M. Night Shyamalan’s next film, and more!
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Kate talks about the inspiration and determination required for her first novel, THE PROMISE OF PIERSON ORCHARD, and the challenges of being a scientist, artist and writer. Recorded April 2017.
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Welcome to Scribblers’ Rest, where a group of central Florida creatives play RPGs!
More battles lie ahead. Will the manor house reveal its enigmas? Will all four of the adventurers get out alive? Will the wizard learn how to use a crossbow?
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Host John Urbancik discusses travel and adventure, airlines and interstates, and asks for dinner invitations. Readings include mountains, mountains, and carousels.
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Authors don’t just write books anymore. They create a brand. They attempt to gain and keep the interest of readers. Sometimes it might be with swag. With podcasts (like this award winner!) or with t-shirts and mugs and hats and… you get the idea.
The Mando Method Podcast co-hosts Armand Rosamilia and Chuck Buda talk about their own experiences with merchandising their books and beyond.
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On this episode of Three Guys with Beards we decided to take it a little easy and catch up with each other. We had a lot to say!
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The world is full of real-life horrors, so it isn’t surprising that fictional horror sometimes takes its cue from true events. While most are familiar with the supposedly real stories behind movies like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Psycho, Jaws, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, and The Amityville Horror, on this episode of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny discuss four lesser-known recent horror films with plots somewhat based in reality: The Possession (based on the infamous dybbuk box), The Quiet Ones (based on the Philip Experiment), The Girl Next Door (based on the horrific torture and murder of Sylvia Likens), and The Forest (based on Aokigahara, Japan’s Suicide Forest). Listen in as horror gets real…sort of.
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Madeline Brumby returns with one of William Castle’s most popular films, “The Tingler” (1959), starring Vincent Price, Darryl Hickman, Patricia Cutts, Pamela Lincoln, Judith Evelyn and Phillip Coolidge. This is the film known for its use of strategically placed seat buzzers in select theatres. Come enjoy all the fun as Jim and Madeline re-live the “Tingler” experience on this week’s episode of Monster Attack.
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Welcome to volume 2 chapter 50 of the Necrocasticon, Project Entertainment Network’s podcast that blends horror and heavy metal properties with a common connection.
Your host is writer and podcaster Token Tom Clark and with him, as always, is our panel of horror and metal experts. Maxx Axe, smoking Walt Hades and Azriel Mordecai are getting poetic this week and digging into the creepiness that was Edgar Allan Poe.
Well, more specifically, his crime opus, Murder in the Rue Morgue, a classic tale of horror, intrigue and murder. The tale has inspired film makers and musicians alike, from Vincent Price to Iron Maiden.
Join, won’t you, as we dig into the this classic tale of terror?
But that’s not all.
Walt reviews Night Demon’s latest effort, Tom tells you if you should bother reading Christopher Golden’s newest adventure into horror, Ararat, Az resurrects Divinity Destroyed in the Mortuary and Maxx gives the axe to another sorry son of a bitch. Who is it? Listen and find out.
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Pastor Dean Connor discusses his path into faith and ministry and how God sometimes uses discomfort to move us where He needs us to be.
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