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From the creators of Eric Roberts is the Man, Cinema Smorgasbord is an umbrella brand for a collection of all new themed podcasts including the Jackie Chan-themed We Do Our Own Stunts, the genre film festival celebration Cinema Fantastica, How Do You Do Fellow Kids: The Work of Steve Buscemi, Whatever Happened To Vic Diaz, and more! All hosted by your beloved ERITFM hosts Doug Tilley and Liam O’Donnell
 
The New Age Insiders Show with Jason Moltov, Liam Stryker and Bill Neville, is LIVE every Wednesday at 8 PM EST on NewAgeInsiders.com and on Twitch.TV/NewAgeInsidersTV. Each week, and before/after WWE Pay Per View Events, we discuss the happenings in pro wrestling in the week that was. During the PPV Post Shows, we take your calls at 508-202-1624. Connect. Discuss. Be Heard.
 
The buzz team is back with “What’s the buzz?” (but this time in podcast edition)! “What’s the buzz?” was originally a radio show that aired weekly on WPGU 107.1, but coronavirus has made that, unfortunately, not possible to continue. That isn’t stopping buzz, though! The “What’s the buzz?” team, consisting of Ava, Becca, Carolina, Jill, Liam, and Casey, is back with weekly content about everything from new music and TV to how everyone is dealing with quarantine. If you’re new to “What’s the ...
 
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RSS/iTunes/Spotify On this heart-racing episode of WILD IN THE STREETS we’re looking at the seminal 1972 poliziottesco film EXECUTION SQUAD (aka La polizia ringrazia)! The film takes a surprisingly balanced look at the war between cops and criminals in Italy in the early 70s, with a sympathetic police commissioner (Enrico Maria Salerno) battling bo…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On this episode of WE DO OUR OWN STUNTS, a chronological Jackie Chan podcast, Jackie is still stuck in Korea with Lo Wei who is determined to make him a star. His next attempt is 1977’s TO KILL WITH INTRIGUE, an often baffling revenge film featuring Hsu Feng as a memorably sadistic villain who falls in love with Jackie’s Lei Shao…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify Nothing in your education or experience could prepare you for Alejandro Jodorowsky’s THE HOLY MOUNTAIN and on this episode of JodoWOWsky we’re going long on one of the strangest, most unique, most transformative films ever made. We start by discussing Jodorowsky’s career post-El Topo and the preparation for – and influences on – …
 
It's the day after Bash At The Beach 1996 and everything has changed on Nitro. Not only is beloved hero Hulk Hogan now a villain in league with The Outsiders, but WCW are filming their Monday night TV show at Disney in broad daylight! An intriguing and unique episode begins the steady move into the promotion's absolute peak. Join Dean and Liam for …
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On this episode of HOW DO YOU DO, FELLOW KIDS? we continue our journey through the career of Steve Buscemi with the hilarious Armando Iannucci-directed 2017 comedy THE DEATH OF STALIN. Adapted from a French graphic novel, the film deals with the political maneuverings that kick into gear following the sudden death of Joseph Stali…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On the latest ERIC ROBERTS IS THE MAN: REDUX we’re joined by author/director Jeremy Herbert to watch 1999’s FACADE! It’s filled with crime, obnoxious noises, “comedy”, and so much more. We also chat about Steven Seagal, DISNEY ADULTS, the monsterverse, dog spies and, of course, all things Eric Roberts! CHECK IT OUT! This episode’…
 
It's the end of an era on the Watchalong series, as Dean and Liam cover the final episode of Monday Nitro prior to the arrival of the New World Order and professional wrestling being turned on its head. A mostly-enjoyable run of pre-Hollywood Hogan television finishes up with a decent enough offering, featuring the biggest Ric Flair's Banquet Table…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify After that last episode of FORGOTTEN GEMS? we were feeling a little down, so to pick up our spirits we decided to watch a film that is only PARTIALLY miserable: the Golden Bear winning Brazilian-French film CENTRAL STATION from 1998. Featuring death, despair, and – rather improbably – hope, it includes an incredible (and Academy …
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify Well, here’s something a bit different. We were both dreading having to talk about ANNIE HALL on the latest episode of PRAISING KANE (Liam even wanted to skip this episode entirely), so instead, we spend the first half of the episode talking about why we almost skipped it (yes, it’s because of Woody Allen), our frustrations with …
 
Because WCW continues its chronicles of the company's bizarre obsession of anchoring its flagship year-end pay-per-view offering with a myriad of side concepts as Starrcade finds itself once again piggybacking a Battlebowl and a Lethal Lottery. Nonetheless, this curiously-booked smattering of double duty, triple duty and wholly uninspiring encounte…
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On this episode of YOU DON’T KNOW DICK we’re joined by CLAPBOARD JUNGLE director Justin McConnell to discuss Joe Dante’s wonderful 1985 science-fiction film EXPLORERS, starring Ethan Hawke, River Phoenix, Jason Presson and – of course – Dick Miller as Charlie Drake. We talk about 80’s nostalgia, the film’s often-criticized third …
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On the final episode of THE FILMS OF JOHN SINGLETON we’re looking at his sequel/reimagining of SHAFT starring Samuel L. Jackson, Jeffrey Wright, Christian Bale, Toni Collette and a returning Richard Roundtree as (Uncle) Shaft! After that we take a look at the career of John Singleton as a whole, and rank his nine film filmography…
 
It took a month, but Nitro are finally starting to figure out how to make their two-hour shows run as smoothly as their mostly-enjoyable 60-minute bursts. Join Dean and Liam as those two no-good outsiders continue to make their presence known, spoiling an intriguing triangle main event for the tag team titles, while the rest of the show features a …
 
RSS/iTunes/Spotify On the PREMIERE episode of WILD IN THE STREETS: A EUROCRIME PODCAST we’re looking at the two films which kick off Roberto Curti’s essential book Italian Crime Filmography, 1968-1980: 1968’s Bandits in Milan, as well as 1968’s Bandits In Rome! The first film takes a documentary approach to a real-life incident that took place in M…
 
On this episode of HOW DO YOU DO, FELLOW KIDS? we're looking at Jim Jarmusch's 1989 triptych film MYSTERY TRAIN from 1989, featuring Masatoshi Nagase, Youki Kudoh, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Nicoletta Braschi, Elizabeth Bracco, Rick Aviles, Joe Strummer and Steve Buscemi as Charlie the Barber. The film features three stories that examine the relationsh…
 
We let our special guests pick a pay-per-view or special WCW event to cover when they appear on the show, and many of them pick shows from the early 1990s. Who can blame them? To many of us growing up at that time, it was a true glory period, surpassed only by the nWo's peak months. Our latest third chair was no exception, as Dave Bradshaw - who ha…
 
On this episode of JodoWOWsky, be prepared to live the most wonderful experience of your life! It's Alejandro Jodorowsky's legendary acid western EL TOPO, and after seeing it you'll never be the same. Liam, Julia and Doug break down the history of the film and their experiences with it before delving into the film proper, splitting it into three pa…
 
It's the night after the 1996 Great American Bash (recently reviewed in episode 88), and the battle lines are starting to form in the wake of The Outsiders' attack on Eric Bischoff. Even WCW's resident villains are issuing threats to Hall and Nash - what has become of pro wrestling!? Join Dean and Liam as they once again attempt to speed up Nitro's…
 
Beware! They are still at large! On this episode of WHATEVER HAPPENED TO VIC DIAZ it's 1974's SAVAGE SISTERS, a wonderfully cartoonish (sorta) women-in-prison film full of outrageous humor, double crossing and - of course Vic Diaz as ONE EYE. Gloria Hendry, Cheri Caffaro and Rosanna Ortiz play the titular characters, with Sid Haig, Eddie Garcia and…
 
It was indeed an entire two decades ago on this very day that World Championship Wrestling staged its final live event, the 'series finale' edition of Monday Nitro, from Panama City Beach, Florida. This poignant landmark has prompted Dean and Liam to reflect back on the final few months of the company, whether Eric Bischoff could have truly turned …
 
On this episode of FORGOTTEN GEMS? we're looking at the winner of the 1978 Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize, Marco Ferreri's BYE BYE MONKEY (aka CIAO MASCHIO) starring Gerard Depardieu! You might think a film about a grown (french) man adopting a baby chimp after finding it nestled in a giant animatronic King Kong would be loads of fun, but BOY is i…
 
On this episode of We Do Our Own Stunts we're continuing our look at the early career of Jackie Chan with the Jimmy Wang Yu-starring THE KILLER METEORS, which features the first collaboration between Jackie and Wang Yu (though their fates would entwine a few years later) as well as Jackie playing a VILLAIN! It's a bizarre, and sometimes incomprehen…
 
Once again, Dean and Liam look back at a PPV in line with their ongoing Nitro Watchalong series, and it happens to be one of the more enjoyable efforts WCW ever put behind a paywall. The Giant vs Lex Luger, Sting vs Lord Steven Regal, a surprisingly fun battle between The Horsemen and two NFL stars plus the iconic Falls Count Anywhere bout between …
 
We're taking another journey through time and space to the film festivals around the globe on another episode of Cinema Fantastica! This time we're headed to the controversial Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas to check out two Japanese films that played in the 2010 iteration: Sion Sono's COLD FISH and Yoshihiro Nakamura's GOLDEN SLUMBER! Check it out…
 
BARK AT THE MOON! On this howl-arious episode of YOU DON'T KNOW DICK we're joined by NOW Magazine critic and Someone Else's Movie podcast host Norm Wilner to talk about Joe Dante's seminal werewolf movie THE HOWLING from 1981! And of course we don't forget to talk about Dick Miller's curmudgeonly occult bookstore owner Walter Paisley. Check it out!…
 
Nitro's move to two hours continues to experience some teething pain, as WCW delivers another one-hour episode stretched out the extra length as the hard sell for the 1996 Great American Bash begins. That said, a great old-school tag team main event featuring Sting and Lex Luger defending the tag titles against the Horsemen, plus perhaps the greate…
 
A new documentary, ‘Pelé’, will debut on Netflix February 23rd. Dan & Jeff speak with the directors David Tryhorn and Ben Nicholas to discuss their film on the legendary footballer (34:33). Also, Canadian international and President of the PFA Canada, Marcel de Jong, joins the show as well to discuss the initiatives they will be pushing for in disc…
 
Our look at the filmography of the great John Singleton continues with two of his mid-period films, starting with the often-brutal historical drama ROSEWOOD from 1997, followed by the coming-of-age comedy-drama BABY BOY from 2001. Also, Liam we had already recorded this and Liam deleted it. HEAR THE WEARINESS IN OUR VOICES. Enjoy! The post Episode …
 
One week after the shocking Nitro appearance of Scott Hall, WCW broadcast their second two-hour Monday night offering - though it could have easily fit inside the old one-hour timeslot if they removed all the repeated promo videos for the absent Hulk Hogan. Nonetheless, an old-school bout pitting Ric Flair and Arn Anderson against The Rock 'n' Roll…
 
Manchester City tighten their hold atop the Premier League standings. In Serie A, Inter Milan is in first thanks to Romelu Lukaku. Derek Rae, ESPN’s lead Bundesliga commentator, joins us to review the recent action in the German league. This episode is produced by Derrick Brandao and hosted by Dan Riccio and Jeff Blair. The views and opinions expre…
 
On a brand new ACTION PACKED episode of Eric Roberts is the Man we're joined by Cinapse co-founder and editor Ed Travis to discuss Jesse V. Johnson's 2017 throwback actioner THE BEAUTIFUL ONES from 2017. Does the film stack up to the films and filmmakers it constantly references, or did the distributor's choice to abandon its intended black & white…
 
Dan and Jeff discuss Manchester City finally winning at Anfield, and how it’s now their title to lose. The duo also look at Lille OSC’s red-hot Jonathan David. Toronto FC’s Liam Fraser joins the show to talk about growing up in MLS and the next step he hopes to take. This episode is produced by Derrick Brandao and hosted by Dan Riccio and Jeff Blai…
 
Welcome to the PREMIERE episode of JODOWOWSKY, a light-hearted, chronological look through the career of actor, writer, poet, playwright, novelist, editor, comics writer, musician, puppeteer, mime, painter, and so much more.. Alejandro Jodorowsky! In this episode we look at our hopes for the podcast (as well as some concerns) and then discuss Jodor…
 
A new year means new horizons for Because WCW, as for the first time we review a Clash Of The Champions event! The two-hour TV specials had a Saturday Night's Main Event/In Your House vibe, but were eventually replaced by monthly three-hour PPVs. Dean and Liam start with one of the very best Clash shows of the 1990-2001 WCW era, as the 17th edition…
 
Dan and Jeff take a look into the MLS labour situation with Steven Goff of The Washington Post. Plus, we talk to Matthew Durrans, a Canadian who moved to Germany when he was 14 and now plays for 1860 Munich. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sport…
 
We continue our chronological look at the career of Carol Kane with the notorious 1976 flop HARRY AND WALTER GO TO NEW YORK! Despite a packed cast that includes Elliott Gould, James Caan, Diane Keaton and Michael Caine the film was a box office and critical bust. But does the vaudeville-tinged safecracking caper have anything to recommend it? Let's…
 
Hey, yo! After an extended Christmas break, Dean and Liam are back with not just any Monday Nitro Watchalong, but the May 27, 1996 episode. As Nitro moves from one hour to two, they mark the occasion with the arrival of one Scott Hall. The company's greatest ever storyline is underway! Tune in for that plus Ric Flair and Woman's glorious cheating t…
 
Dan and Jeff react to the news of Chelsea sacking Frank Lampard. What led to this? Dominic Fifield of The Athletic gives a closer look at how the relationship with Lampard and the club had deteriorated. This episode is produced by Derrick Brandao and hosted by Dan Riccio and Jeff Blair. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of …
 
On this limb-shattering episode of WHATEVER HAPPENED TO VIC DIAZ? we're heading to 1989 and a film that was in EVERY video store in the early 90s: BLOODFIST! Starring Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Billy Blanks and - of course - Vic Diaz, the film has Wilson's character infiltrate an underground martial arts tournament to find out the mysterious circumst…
 
Dan and Jeff welcome the men’s national team manager John Herdman for an update on how he is preparing for the big year ahead with World Cup Qualifying and a Gold Cup around the corner. They are also joined by new Toronto FC manager Chris Armas, who details his plans for keeping the club at the top of MLS, and what he’s looking for in a new designa…
 
On this episode of WE DO OUR OWN STUNTS we're taking a step back from Lo Wei's attempts to launch Jackie Chan into superstardom and instead looking at the film that caught his attention in the first place: John Woo's THE HAND OF DEATH! Not only does the film bring Jackie Chan together with the legendary director of THE KILLER and HARD BOILED, but i…
 
Dan and Jeff look at how the Premier League is shaping up as we approach the midway mark of the season. They discuss what lies ahead for some teams and what some contenders need to add to their roster. The guys also look around European soccer starting with an update on Ligue 1 and Jonathan David’s season with writer Robin Bairner. Later, they’re j…
 
On this episode of HOW DO YOU DO, FELLOW KIDS? we're discussing the 2014 abomination THE COBBLER, where Adam Sandler uses a magical sewing machine to literally allow him to walk a mile in someone's shoes. It doesn't go well. Featuring one of the most out there endings we've ever encountered, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Come check it out…
 
Dan and Jeff are back with their first episode of 2021! They kickoff the year by looking at Manchester United’s recent success and if its sustainable. They’re joined by ESPN’s Samuel Marsden to discuss the latest surrounding Lionel Messi’s future with FC Barcelona and if a move to the MLS might be a possibility. They’re also joined by Rob Harris of…
 
HAPPY NEW YEAR! On our first episode of 2021 we're heading to the 54th Berlin International Film Festival to look at the Golden Bear-winning Turkish-German drama HEAD-ON from 2004. An intense, disturbing, film about two self-destructive Turkish immigrants in Germany who enter a marriage of convenience but end of falling in love makes for often chal…
 
On this special HOLIDAY edition of Cinema Fantastica we go all the way to Berlin, Germany and the 2016 Weihnachtsfilmfestival, which features a program of Christmas (and Christmas adjacent) films! Our two hosts put the Canadian anthology horror film A CHRISTMAS HORROR STORY against the British killer Santa gorefest GOOD TIDINGS! CHECK IT OUT! The p…
 
After the positive feedback for last year's special festive episode, during which Dean and Liam answered YOUR WCW-related questions, they decided to do it again this year... with a special guest joining their panel. Former two-time guest of the show and editor of famed British wrestling publication Power Slam for its 20-year run from 1994 to 2014, …
 
Dan and Jeff wrap up the year in soccer with a roundtable featuring Joshua Kloke of the Athletic and Manuel Veth of TransferMarkt. The four of them dive into the biggest topics from world football in 2020 including Alphonso Davies’ year to remember, how he fits into the national team and the challenges that Canada Soccer faces as they look to take …
 
On the latest episode of PRAISING KANE we're looking at Sidney Lumet's 1975 masterpiece DOG DAY AFTERNOON, and along with it the 2014 documentary THE DOG which focuses on the real-life inspiration for the film. We take a look at some of the differences between adaptation and reality, Al Pacino (of course), the effect the film had on the real-life "…
 
It's the final Monday Nitro before the entire landscape of the professional wrestling industry would change forever, and it is also the night of perhaps Nitro's best match to date as the on-form Ric Flair battles popular babyface Eddie Guerrero. Join Dean and Liam as they wonder why 1996 Flair isn't celebrated quite as much as other peak periods fo…
 
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