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" episod
e 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.
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