May 26, 2017

The Mentors: Kings of Sleaze



Hey all you sluts and sissies out there, are you ready for 4 righteous hours of The Mentors and The Midnight Movie Cowboys? Well, here it is.

On this epic episode (our longest one ever), we discuss the finished, but (as yet) unreleased documentary The Mentors: Kings of Sleaze.

This is a podcast in 3 acts.

On the first act, the three of us look at, and discuss the documentary. The second act consists of the three of us interviewing the documentarys' filmmaker April Jones, and finally the third act, involves Stu, sitting down with Mentors co founder and Bassist Dr. Heathen Scum.

This is as comprehensive a look at The Mentors, that any podcast will ever do, call it an accompaniement piece to April's wonderful documentary.

On a personal note, we'd like to thank April for being gracious enough, to let us be probably the only podcast (along with being some of the few select people in the world) out there to have seen the film. Also, we'd like to thank April for her time, and allowing us to interview her. And on a final note, a huge thanks to Steve Broy (AKA) Dr. Heathen Scum, for his time and allowing Stu to interview him, and for letting us use the various pieces of music by The Mentors, contained within this episode.

As we said, this episode is long, so set aside a few hours, and prepare to be schooled up, on the true Kings of Sleaze - The Mentors.


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WATCH - The Mentors A Piece of Sinema (Caution X-Rated, NSFW)




May 18, 2017

Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis



Show-favorite Garo Nigoghossian joins us for a discussion on Colin Hanks' Eagles of Death Metal documentary, Nos Amis. The film follows the band after their horrifying experience at Bataclan in Paris, where ninety of their audience members were massacred by ISIS-backed terrorists, as well as the friendship between Jesse Hughes and Josh Homme. 

In the wake of the French election, this episode got out of hand, and was edited down to focus on the documentary. We will have the full two-plus hour episode available in a paid-pack in the future (which will feature more Garo). 

Also, Rock Month is closing in, let us know if there are any suggestions for bands to cover, and we will take them into consideration.

Thanks fam, we love you all the time. 


May 5, 2017

Tomas Milian Tribute: Django Kill



This week, we pay tribute to the late, great spaghetti western star Tomas Milian.

To do so, John and Hunter are joined by filmmaker, spaghetti western expert, and personal friend of Milian, Eric Zaldivar.

We focus on the film Django Kill (aka Se Vivo Spara), and we talk about Milian’s career, as well as the spaghetti western genre as a whole.

Apologies in advance for some minor audio issues in certain, albiet brief, parts of the show. 



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