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Le Journal Du Rock - Coldplay, Bruce Springsteen, Greg Lake de King Crimson et d’Emerson, Lake and Palmer  

Classic 21 vous informe des dernières actualités du rock, de Belgique et de partout ailleurs. Le Journal du Rock, chaque jour à 17h et le lendemain à 7h30.

En hommage à Greg Lake, voyage entre psychédélisme et musique progressive  

durée : 00:53:55 - Very good trip - par : Michka Assayas - Le fondateur de King Crimson et Emerson Lake and Palmer, était une figure incontournable du rock progressif.

Discópolis 9590 - 1970 (35) Isle of Wight II - 22/12/16  

Festival de la isla de Wight, segundo capítulo de tres y trigésimo quinto de la serie sobre 1970. Estamos a sábado 29 de agosto de 1970. Es el día grande del festival. La tarde está bien entrada y hace buen tiempo, aunque empeoraría cuando el sol se ocultó en la actuación de The Doors. En el recinto hay medio millón de personas y sobre el escenario desfilan Miles Davis, Ten Years After, Emerson Lake & Palmer y The Who. Oímos sendos temas de cada uno de ellos, repitiendo The Who. Una española estaba entre el público asistente, la entonces incipiente periodista Nativel Preciado con veintiún años. En Woodstock no tenemos constancia de presencia española alguna, pero Wight está más cerca y la revista Mundo Joven (Jesús Picatoste, Jesús Torbado...) publicó las crónicas de Nativel. King Crimson renunció a ir allí porque Robert Fripp no pudo reunir al grupo adecuado ya que, entre otras cosas, Greg Lake se había ido a E,L & P. Otros como Mungo Jerry, estuvieron pero no quisieron actuar. Estupenda música.


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Aleppo's 'forgotten' civilians evacuated  

French ex-minister jailed for tax fraud, Some psychosis cases an 'immune disorder', Greg Lake - King Crimson and ELP star dies aged 69

Discópolis 9555 - 1970(18) King Crimson - PMP restos - 21/11/16  

En 1970 King Crimson publicó dos discos. En mayo In The Wake of Poseidon, su segundo oficial. En España hubo que esperar tres años más para disfrutarlo. Angel Alvarez no le hizo serie dorada y yo con 17 años recién cumplidos me enfadé mucho. El elepé era un cambio sustancial respecto a los sesenta pero continuaba la linea de In The Court... Robert Fripp tuvo problemas con los vocalistas y salió del paso como pudo. Pero Mel Collins con los vientos estuvo sensacional. Esta noche estará en Madrid en la visita del grupo. Los hermanos Giles estuvieron muy bien y la principal innovación la trajo el pianista Keith Tippet orientado hacia la vanguardia clásica. El letrista Peter Sinfield hizo nuevamente versos oníricos de rima e imágenes endiabladas. Oímos casi entero el elepé; solo dejamos fuera la suite The Devils Triangle. Dejamos un tercio del programa para programar parte de lo que no cupo en la retransmisión en directo de la Gala de ayer en el Teatro Rialto ce los Pioneros madrileños del Pop. Oímos los tres temas instrumentales de Los Relámpagos que sonaron antes de las doce y un par de temas del gran y pionero Pepe Barranco, que sonarón después de las tres. Todavía nos sigue faltando la reunión final, la fiesta que convocó a todos los artistas.


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PEL Special: Bill Bruford on Nakedly Examined Music #25  

NEM now features jazz, hip-hop, classical, folk, and more. Check out all the episodes at nakedlyexaminedmusic.com, where you can subscribe and follow on Facebook. Bill was the original drummer for Yes, a default member of King Crimson, and briefly played with Genesis and the late '70s supergroup U.K., but most of his output has been with his own jazz-inflected Earthworks and Bruford, as rock proved too confining for his rhythmic and tonal creativity. We discuss King Crimson's "One more Red Nightmare" from Red (1974), "Thistledown" from If Summer Had Its Ghosts by Bill Bruford, Eddie Gomez and Ralph Towner (1992), and "The 16 Kingdoms of the 5 Barbarians" from Every Step a Dance, Every Word a Song by Bill Bruford/Michiel Borstlap (2004). We also hear "Hell's Bells" and the title track of One of a Kind by Bruford (1979), plus "Five Per Cent for Nothing" from Fragile (1972) by Yes.

Criminal Minds S:12 | The Crimson King E:1 | AfterBuzz TV AfterShow  

AFTERBUZZ TV — Criminal Minds edition, is a weekly “after show” for fans of CBS’s Criminal Minds. In this episode, hosts Marisa Serafini and Michelle Cullen discuss episode 1. RSS Feed: http://www.afterbuzztv.com/aftershows/criminal-minds-afterbuzz-tv-aftershow/feed/ ABOUT CRIMINAL MINDS: An elite squad of FBI profilers analyzes the country’s most-twisted criminal minds, anticipating the perpetrators’ next moves before they can strike […]

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The Geologic Podcast Episode #479  

The Show Notes

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Intro
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Things People Love that Actually Suck
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The Lobster
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King Crimson’s Radical Action…    
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Discópolis 9441 - Rock sinfónico 78 - 11/08/16  

Kotebel, Emerson, Lake & Palmer y King Crimson. Los madrileños Kotebel acaban de publicar un disco doble en edición limitada titulado Live at Prog Resiste 2013. En él se incluye su laureado Concerto for Piano and Electric ensemble y también otros temas. elegimos justamente Simurgh que es fascinante. De Emerson, Lake and Palmer damos la noticia de la edicion en version de lujo de sus tres primeros discos y un cuarto antológico con otros tres cedés. Mañana haremos un especial. Hoy escuchamos Abaddon's Bolero y Toccata y comprobamos que su música sigue siendo más atractiva que nunca. Igual que la de King Crimson en septeto con tres baterías, tal y como actuarán en España los dias 21 y 22 en Madrid y 24 y 25 en Barcelona. Junto a Gavin Harrison, Jeremy Stacey y Pat Mastelotto están Tony Levin al bajo, Mel Collins al Saxo y flauta, Jakko Jakszyk a la guitarra y voz y Robert Fripp a la guitarra y dirigiendo el grupo. Escuchamos Starless y Lark's tongues in aspic part I.


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La noche y el día. El Radio 962. 05/08/2016  

Hay personajes que te ayudan en tu carrera, que siempre tienen la palabra justa para no meter la pata, y los hay que también te ayudan... pero a caer rodando por las escaleras desde un décimo piso hasta el sótano. Son esos seres llamados agentes de futbolistas, unos discretos y eficaces, otros que más parecen trabajar para el enemigo. En El Radio de hoy tenemos ejemplos de las dos clases. Becarios: @esp0103 @xisco_manjon @xaba74 Min. 01 Seg. 46 – Introducción Min. 08 Seg. 15 – Un tipo sensato Min. 13 Seg. 52 – La madre de la folclórica Min. 21 Seg. 06 – Kermit boicoteando El Radio Min. 25 Seg. 32 – La otra prensa cavernaria Min. 32 Seg. 02 - La presión mediática Min. 37 Seg. 45 - En desagravio (o no) Blues Chilango - Ya me harté de ti Liam Ó Maonlaí - Raglan Road (RTE TV Soundchannel 25/12/2011) Liam Ó Maonlaí - Urchno Chein Mhic Cainte (RTE 06/09/2011) Warren Zevon - Run Straight Down (Minneapolis 27/02/1990) Bachman Turner Overdrive - Give It Time (Cleveland 04/02/1974) King Crimson - Sleepless - Inner Garden I Les Luthiers - A la playa con Mariana

Discópolis 9355 - Los sesenta 57: Led zeppelin II - 24/05/16  

Episodio 57 con King Crimson, Led Zeppelin y Johnny Winter, de la serie Los sesenta de verdad con reproducción de vinilos de la época de buena calidad. Ayer no entró Epitaph de In the court of the Crimson King. Hoy lo pongo al principio para que entre el tema entero. El grueso de este capítulo lo ocupa Led zeppelin con II, su segundo elepé que empezaba con Whole Lotta Love, un increíble tema potente y enérgico con un interludio central de ruiditos atonales. El disco es un digno continuador del elepé predecesor oímos la canción citada y además otras cinco más, todas fabulosas. Second de Johnny Winter fue un disco doble con solo tres caras porque la cuarta estaba vacía. Jamás se publicó en España por considerarse anticomercial. En 1969 se podían producir este tipo de excesos o innovaciones, como queráis. Un disco potente donde el guitarrista versioneó a Little Richard, Chuck Berry o Bob Dylan e incluyó también temas propios, claro.


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Discópolis 9354 - Los sesenta: 56 Zappa-King Crimson - 23/05/16  

Episodio 56 de la serie Los sesenta de verdad con Frank Zappa y King Crimson. Hoy con dos de los mejores elepés de la historia, Hot Rats de Frank Zappa e In the Court of the Crimson King de King Crimson. Zappa ya había publicado notables discos con The Mothers of Invention pero su enorme productividad le permitía pensar en proyectos en solitario. Hot Rats fue el segundo. Lo hizo con Ian Underwood, que está en todos los temas tocando los teclados y vientos, y unos pocos músicos más. Hot Rats en un elepé de jazz-rock con excelentes composiciones y grandes solos , incluyendo a Don Harris en el violín. Si tuviera que elegir un solo disco del artista me quedaría con este. Con King Crimson me costaría más porque la formación liderada por Robert Fripp ha tenido incluso más cambios que la de Zappa. El disco de debut de King Crimson es magistral. Solo cinco temas pero todos subdivididos en pequeñas partes como si fueran suites. Oímos tres de ellas reproduciendo un vinilo inglés de buen prensaje y primera edición. Si prestáis atención hasta oiréis algún crepitar de la aguja al leer los surcos...pero suena...¡como nunca!. No creo que hayáis oído antes en la radio este disco reproducido de esta forma. En la serie busco esto, oír los epelés de los sesenta de verdad, tal y como se oían entonces, al margen de que también hay una clara definición de tipo estético. 


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In Memory Of Lisfranc - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 285  

NEW FOR MAY 1, 2016

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You're A Kite Dancing In a Hurricane  

This week, Sean Witzke and Tucker Stone talk about:

0:00:00 - 0:37:58 - Spectre (2015), directed by Sam Mendes, starring Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Cristoph Waltz, Dave Bautista, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Andrew Scott, Monica Bellucci, Jesper Christensen and Rory Kinnear.  Also discussed in this section: Sherlock, Christopher Nolan's Batman, Casino Royale, Skyfall, Green Hornet, Hateful 8, Joy, Revenant, Star Wars 7, the Point Break  remake, In the Heart of the Sea, Ron Howard, Mockingjay part 2, Transformers 4, Transformers 3, Preacher, East Bound & Down, David Gordon Green, Walking Dead, Our Brand is Crisis, Manglehorn, Joe, Prince Avalanche, Pineapple Express, Suspiria, George Washington, Danny McBride, Let The Right One In, John Landis, Spies Like Us, The X-Files, Heaven's Gate, Superman 4, Indiana Jones 4, Titanic, Sicario, Roger Deakins, Creed, The Great White Hype, Dolemite, Richard Kiel, 28 Days Later, Dr. Evil, You Only Live Twice, other Bond actors, Mission Impossible Rogue Nation, Matt Damon, the Bourne films, Idris Elba, Guardians of the Galaxy, Suicide Squad, Lethal Weapon 2, Michel Gondry, Kevin Smith, Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen, The Interview, 12 Years A Slave, Roland Emmerich, Superman, Spider-Man, Zero Dark Thirty, Baz Luhrman, Moulin Rogue, Spock, the Last Witchhunter, Last Airbender, Ride Along, Barbershop 4, Wet Hot American Summer, Kill List, First Sunday, and Passion of the Christ. 0:37:59 - 0:44:39 - China Gate (1957), directed by Sam Fuller, starring Angie Dickinson, Nat King Cole, Yves Montand, Gene Barry, Paul Dubov, Lee Van Cleef, and James Hong. Also discussed in this section: Fixed Bayonets, Children of Men, House of Bamboo, The Crimson Kimono, Fury, Forty Guns, The Third Face, Ann Nocenti, Ronin, and Frank Miller.  0:44:40 - 1:06:05 - Entertainment (2015), directed by Rick Alverson, starring Greg Turkington, John C. Reilly, Amy Seimetz, Michael Cera, Annabelle Lwin, Tye Sheridan, Tim Heidecker, and Dean Stockwell.  Also discussed in this section: The Comedy, Computer Chess, Boy, David Lynch, John Carpenter, Wim Wenders, John Hyams' Universal Soldier movies, Amour, Atonement, Mystery Science Theater, Brian De Palma, 31, 13 Days, The Fighter, I Heart Huckabees, Martin Scorsese, Paul Thomas Anderson, Lars Von Trier, Domino, Beverly Hills Cop 2, Carlos, Bend it Like Beckham, Blast From the Past, The Dead Zone, Joe Dirt, Iron Man 2, Lord of the Rings, Crimson Tide, Angel Heart, Glory, Hoosiers, and The Last Castle. Next Week: Creed. Our outro music this week: "Mountains and Sunsets" by John Bary from You Only Live Twice. And our intro, as always, is from Escape From New York. You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from Sean, Tucker, and Morgan.  You can follow the show on twittertumblr, and facebook. If you like this show, please check out Tucker’s other podcast Comic Books Are Burning In Hell (also located at TFO and here), TFO's music podcast Beat Connection with Marty Brown and Nate Patrin (at TFO and here), and Katie Skelly & Sarah Horrock’s Trash Twins (located here and here), which Sean edits. STARRING JAMES GANDOLFINI FROM LAST SUMMERS THE LAST CASTLE 
Why Would You Watch That? Sorkin v Del Toro: Dawn of Justice  
0:00:00 - 0:51:39 - Tucker and Sean discuss why anyone would want to watch either:  Crimson Peak (2015), directed by Guillermo Del Toro, written by Del Toro & Michael Robbins, starring Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska, Charlie Hunnam, Jim Beaver, Burn Gorman, and Doug Jones.

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Steve Jobs (2015), directed by Danny Boyle, written by Aaron Sorkin, starring Michael Fassbender, Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels, and Katherine Watterston. Also discussed in this section: Spy Game, Malice, Entertainment, The Comedy, Going Deep With David Rees, Blade II, The Devil's Backbone, Pacific Rim, Glenngarry Glenn Ross, Hellboy, Hellboy 2, Eraserhead, Amy Seimetz, John C. Reilly, Michael Cera, Bill Murray, Magic Magic, Neil Hamburger, Jackass, Tim & Eric Awesome Show Great Job, Jen Kirkman, Andy Kindler, 13 Assassins, Rebecca, Mario Bava, VC Andrews, The Counselor, A Few Good Men, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, The Social Network, Trent Reznor, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Gone Girl, Dario Argento, The Martian, Inferno, James McAvoy, Peter Cushing, Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, Justin Long's Steve Jobs Biopic, Pain & Gain, Jeff Bezos, Observe and Report, Pollack, Paddy Chayefsky, Network, Paul Thomas Anderson, Blow Out, Jane Eyre, Stoker, Shadow of a Doubt, Mama, Rob Reiner, Mad Men, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Iron Man, Body of Lies, Starman, Trance, 28 Days Later, The Thing, The Last King of Scotland, The Kingdom, George Romero, Alex Garland, and Walter Hill. Next Week: The Gift & Bridge of Spies.

Our outro music this week: "The Rays Which Stream Through the Shutter Will Be No Longer Remembered When the Shutter Is Wholly Removed " by Shane Carruth from Upstream Color. And our intro, as always, is from Escape From New York.

You can download episodes directly from itunes and rss. For a quick look at who has been on the show before and what movies have been discussed in each episode, look at our one-page episode guide. This is a Patreon-supported podcast, subscribing to the show can give you access to monthly criticism from Sean, Tucker, and Morgan. 

You can follow the show on twittertumblr, and facebook. If you like this show, please check out Tucker’s other podcast Comic Books Are Burning In Hell (also located at TFO and here), TFO's music podcast Beat Connection with Marty Brown and Nate Patrin (at TFO and here), and Katie Skelly & Sarah Horrock’s Trash Twins (located here and here), which Sean edits.

DON'T SEE A JAMES MCAVOY MOVIE THIS SUMMER

Failed Critics Podcast: The Crimson Halloween Beasts  

All of you that have never listened before and have seen your family die [from laughing], huh, you now have something that stands for you! That would be the Failed Critics Podcast: Halloween special. OK, so it is a couple of weeks early, but think of all that extra time we've given you to source the incredible horror movies from a whole host of different decades that we discuss during our spooktacular (urrgghhhh sorry) triple bill. With picks by hosts Steve Norman and Owen Hughes, and guests Carole Petts and Phil Sharman, there's plenty for you sink your fangs into (aahhhhhh sorry sorry sorry). Before all that, we begin as we always do - with a quiz! Steve is in control of the questions and still 2-1 up after last week's disaster (get it?) leaving Owen teetering on the edge of being handed a potentially diabolical booby prize should he be unable to prevent a joint Carole and Phil triumph. Perhaps regardless of whatever film might await either Owen or Steve, nothing could truly be more distressing than the news that a Die Hard prequel has gone into production. Still, at least there's the London Film Festival round-up and Godzilla vs King Kong news to discuss, eh? We even found time to sneak in a couple of new releases alongside our main triple bill feature. With reviews of Guilermo Del Toro's latest visual gothic tale in Crimson Peak, and the very first Netflix original movie, Beasts of No Nation, starring Idris Elba, there was plenty to talk about in this week's episode. Join us again next week for DE NE- NEEERRRR, DE NE- NERRRR, DE, DE NER NER NERRRR... 007 is back for his longest outing yet with the release of SPECTRE.

Keepin' It Reel : Keepin' It Reel, Episode 303: Is Marvel Entertainment at War With Itself?  

Welcome back to Keepin' It Reel! In this week's episode of IGN's movies podcast, Jim Vejvoda and Eric Goldman bring you some of the latest in genre movie news. (Alas, The Curse of the Podcast struck again and we recorded this episode before the X-Men TV news and confirmation of Hulk being in Thor: Ragnarok dropped.)

This week's topics include: Reports of bad blood between Marvel Studios and Marvel TV, including rumors about the Inhumans movie and Iron Fist Netflix series; the failure of Pan and what it might mean for other upcoming public domain screen adaptations of Tarzan and Robin Hood; Lucafilm's dedication to diversifying their Star Wars directors; plus, the latest on Godzilla vs. King Kong, Alien: Paradise Lost, Mad Max: Wasteland, Expendables 4, and more.

We also share our thoughts on this week's new releases: Crimson Peak, Goosebumps, and Bridge of Spies.

Cannibal Joe(lo)cast  

After the break you can find the latest episode of Travis Bickle on the Riviera, the world's only movie podcast. With your hosts Joe McCulloch and Sean Witzke. 

 

0:00:00 - 0:11:56 - A Man Called Horse (1970), directed by Elliot Silverstein, starring Richard Harris and Judith Anderson Mondo Cane (1962), directed by Gualtiero Jacopetti, Paolo Cavara & Franco Prosperi Goodbye Africa (1966), directed by Gualtiero Jacopetti & Franco Prosperi Goodbye Uncle Tom (1971), directed by Gualtiero Jacopetti & Franco Prosperi Also discussed in this section: American Horror Story: Hotel, Tomorrowland, Crimson Peak, Tom Cruise, Guillermo Del Toro, The Car, Christine, Jane Fonda, Six Million Dollar Man, The Twilight Zone, Steven Boone's re-edit of Goodbye Uncle Tom, Dances With Wolves, The Naked Prey, Dirty Harry, Riz Ortolani, Eli Roth on Joe Dante's site Trailers From Hell talking about Africa Blood & Guts & Goodbye Uncle Tom, and Apocalypse Now. 0:11:57 - 0:20:14 - The Man From Deep River (1972), directed by Umberto Lenzi, starring Ivan Rassimov, Me Me Lai, and Prasitsak Singhara. Also discussed in this section: Mondo Pazzo, Keep The River on Your Right, Pink Panther, The Element of Crime, Matthew Barney, Bjork, Cremaster, Eaten Alive, and Live Like A Cop Die Like A Man. 0:20:15 - 0:26:24 - Jungle Holocaust (1977), directed by Ruggero Deodato, starring Massimo Foschi, Me Me Lai, & Ivan Rassimov.  Also discussed in this section: I Shouldn't Be Alive and Heaven's Gate.

 

0:26:24 - 0:32:27 - Emmanuelle and the Last Cannibals (1977), directed by Joe D'Amato, starring Laura Gemser Also discussed in this section: Black Emmanuelle, Absurd, Sylvia Kristel, Buio Omega, Emmanuelle In America, Videodrome, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Anthropophagus, Troll 2, and Halloween. 

 

0:32:28 - 0:35:39 - Mountain of the Cannibal God (1978), directed by Sergio Martino, starring Stacey Keach, Ursula Andress, and Claudio Cassinelli.  Also discussed in this section: We Are Going To Eat You by Tsui Hark, Devil Hunter, Jesus Franco, Stephen Thrower, All The Colors of the Dark, Your Vice Is A Locked Room Only I Have The Key, Torso, and Tintin.  0:35:40 - 0:39:50 - Eaten Alive (1980), directed by Umberto Lenzi, starring Robert Kerman, Janet Agren, and Ivan Rassimov.  Also discussed in this section: Magical Mystery Tour, Jungle Holocaust, Mountain of the Cannibal God, Jim Jones, Debbie Does Dallas, Sam Raimi, Eric Stanton, and Larry Bishop. 0:39:51 - 0:51:21 - Cannibal Holocaust (1980), directed by Ruggero Deodato, starring Robert Kerman, Gabriel Yorke, Francesca Ciardi, and Perry Pirkanen.  Also discussed in this section: The "Death and the Lady" episode of Miami Vice, Michael Mann, Django, Sergio Corbucci, Roberto Rossellini, the Neorealists, Jacopetti & Prosperi, found footage movies, Watchmen, Mad Max, and Lars Von Trier.  0:52:22 - 0:59:28 - Cannibal Ferox (1981), directed by Umberto Lenzi, starring John Morghen, Robert Kerman, Bryan Redford, and Zora Kerowa.  Also discussed in this section: Rome Armed to the Teeth, belgians in the Congo, White Slave, Black Orgasm, and Massacre At Dinosaur Valley.

 

0:59:29 - 1:20:45 - The Green Inferno (2015/2013), directed by Eli Roth, staring Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Aaron Burns, Kirby Bliss Blanton, and Sky Ferreria.  Also discussed in this section: Zalman King, Cannibal Holocaust, Cannibal Ferox, Troma films, Bloodsucking Freaks, Knock Knock, Blumhouse, Paranormal Activity, Lords of Salem, Insidious, Trey Parker & Matt Stone, Cannibal The Musical, South Park, Lloyd Kaufman, James Gunn, Alex Cross, Alex Jones, Mike Judge, Stan Lee, John Stewart, Hostel 2, the Masters of Horror dinners, 70s vs 80s slashers, Aftershock, Emmanuelle & The Last Cannibals, Werner Herzog, Interstellar, Marion Cottilard on the moon landing, Matthew McConnaughey, Rob Zombie's Halloween, Spy Kids, Nicolas Winding Refn, Liam Neeson, A Million Ways to Die In The West, the Entourage movie, Road Rules, Quentin Tarantino, Peter Jackson's King Kong, and Zombi Holocaust.  1:20:46 - 1:25:51 - Cannibal Apocalypse (1980), directed by Antonio Margheriti, starring John Saxon, Elizabeth Turner, John Morghen, Cindy Hamilton, and Tony King.  Also discussed in this section: Blood For Dracula, Inglourious Basterds, Rabid, Hal Ashby, Lucino Visconti, and La Traviata.  Next Week: Sicario. The week after, SPOOKTACULAR 4.  LAW OF THE JUNGLE
Golden Rule - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 268  


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