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“Furious 7,” Sean Conroy 0

“Furious 7,” Sean Conroy 0

“Furious 7” opens today. Here’s another instant review. Listen, either you are going to see this film or not. No one is waiting to see how many stars AO Scott gives this movie. But Sean Conroy and I saw a special screening and we’re giving you the scoop? Why? Because you’re a “Proudly Resents” listener? No! You’re family!

 

 

Ice-t as a Mule, Eric Roberts is a Cat. W/ Susie Felber and Her Kids

Ice-t as a Mule, Eric Roberts is a Cat. W/ Susie Felber and Her Kids

 Hugo (Age 6), Delia (Age 3 1/2) and their mom Susie Felber (Age ?) review “A Talking Cat!?!” & “Tommy the Cool Mule”. What more can I say? These kids are cute, opinionated and know a bad film when they see one.
Too often, bad talent is pushed off on kids. As if kids don’t notice trash. Susie showed her kids these movies without ever telling her
them the movies might not be good. The kids came to the conclusion that these films were trash.

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“Alienator” Vs. Nicko

“Alienator” Vs. Nicko

Outtakes from Keith & the Girl and Nicko’s brush with fame. My tale of visiting the Neverland Ranch and other such stuff. Plus we review “Alienator.

To keep the shows under an hour, sometimes I pull stories from different shows. If they are good, I saved them. If I put them on Audacity they get erased. These two stories have been saved. I’ve been meaning to add them. Sometimes I add them to the very end of the show. Here I talk about going to the Neverland Ranch, one guest admits to borrowing cable TV and Nicko talks about befriending Bil Hicks and Stephan Fry.

Then we review “Alienator” – this week’s offering at “Horrible Movie Night” in Hollywood. It’s an old show that’s on the website still but not on Itunes. Since it’s being featured this Saturday night, I thought it would be a good time to replay it. It features HMN’s John Mathot and Eric “Danger” Nyenhuis. John runs HMN. John’s description of “Alienator” from his website:

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Three of the Week 11/7

Three of the Week 11/7

Story Worthy is a great story telling show hosted by Christine Blackburn and Hannes Phinney. Each week they have a different guest and a different subjects. Stories about waiting tables, c*ck blocking, young love and barking dogs. first the hosts give their take on the subject. Then guest will do a story and then a quick interview. The shows are close to 40 minutes. They are a lot of fun. (Full disclosure, I was a guest. It was fun. They will be on “Proudly Resents”  soon.)

 

The Jerky Boys Show with Johnny Brennan. If we wait long enough everyone will have a podcast. Proof? JB of the Jerky Boys has a show that plays one bit and then he answers questions and gives background on some of the bits. I have a question, what happened to the other guy who was in the group? Why do you take all the credit? Also, as a fan of the Jerky Boys and a New York accent, how can I not listen every week?

 

Martini Shot– TV writer Rob Long does a weekly radio column on KCRW. He talks about Hollywood showbiz stuff and makes it universal. Interesting stuff. Each show is 4 minutes. You can listen to a munch of shows at one.

 

Have you heard these shows? What do you think? Tell us on our Facebook page.

Read about past podcasts.

This Wednesday Nicko returns to “Proudly Resents” and we see who has the worst TV, America or Brittain.

 

 

 

“Alienator” on Horrible Movie Night

“Alienator” on Horrible Movie Night


(Look below to see how to see it live!)Jan-Michael Vincent stars in “Alienator” a no budget “Terminator” rip off. J-MV sends a female body builder with a “Phantom Of the Opera” mask and a heavy metal freight wig to Earth to capture an escape space criminal.   Cheap lasers, not so special, special effects, bad acting and a certain slurring Airwolf makes this a must see/listen to.  “Horrible Movie Night” producer Jon Mathot and “Retro Radio Live” co-host Eric “Danger” Nyenhuis join host Adam Spiegelman.

WANT TO SEE IT LIVE? IN LA?  =-=-=-=-

Saturday, November 17th, 2012   8PM (doors 7:30)
NerdMelt Showroom
7522 Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, Calif., 90046
$8 in advance ($10 at the door)