This week we have a 50 minute interview with the fascinating martial arts legend, trail blazing actress and awesomely kick ass Cynthia Rothrock.
We chat about her beginnings, her days in Hong Kong, working in America versus Asia and what the future holds as she steps back into acting.
She also addresses those Expendabelles/Expendables/B Movie Expendables rumours.
You'll find the answers a bit shocking if you're an action fan like me!
Then Dr.Action himself, Mr. Paul Crowson, joins me to discuss some of her best work: Yes, Madam Righting Wrongs/Above The Law Undefeatable Sworn To Justice
There's also a brand new song all about Cynthia Rothrock! ENJOY!
For February the Schlock jocks decided on a Shlocksploitation month covering Blaxploitation movies. They called me in to consult on this episode all about the Pam Grier classic Friday Foster. Sadly I had clearly taken crazy pills that day and hijacked the episode with my own peculiar brand of nonsensical gibberish.
Still there's some classic Schlock Treatmentbanter and a look at a great era and film. Take a listen.
This week we have an absolutely jam packed show for you where we were very honoured to talk to the fellas from Fatal Pictures all about their new short film Heir, currently being financed through Kickstarter
We talk to Hollywood heavyweight, director, writer, cinematographer and all round renaissance man Peter Hyams (Sudden Death, The Relic, End of Days)
THEN J E A Wallace joins me again in another diner to talk about and review Peter Hyams' and Jean Claude Van Damme's latest collaboration, Enemies Closer.
There's also the usual comedy and music! ENJOY!
This week's episode we talk about the independent Irish film 'The Randomers' and then talk with Hollywood composer Christopher Lennertz who has done the score of number 1 comedy hit Ride Along with Kevin Hart, Horrible Bosses, Identity Thief, The Medal of Honor computer games, Supernatural the TV Show and Soul Plane, to name just a handful.
Take a listen and enjoy!
I join those Full moon, Lance Henricksen and dwarf porn obsessed geniuses over on the Bloodbaths and Boomsticks podcast, Tim Gross and Kyle Poling for more film chat and listener questions!
This time we talk about the Cynthia Rothrock flick Guardian Angel, Tim reveals genius B Movie Zombie Death House from John Saxon, the greatest comb over in genre films and Kyle talks us through the under appreciated The Puppet Masters, the other bodysnatcher Donal Sutherland movie.
We also talk about the nerd love of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost films, the upcoming wave of biblical films and why the movie industry has plum run out of ideas, weird public access shows, and Kyle's love of The Wolf of Wall Street. So join us as we chew the fat once again, it's a blast! You medically need to listen... Make it so!
So here it is, we've come to the end of Original Gangstas Month! I hope you've enjoyed our coverage of these great actors and wonderful films.
To finish it off we have left the best till last! It's the one and only Pam Grier in 2 films from 1975 Sheba, Baby and Bucktown.
Jon Wallace joins me to discuss the movies, the era and the woman, our first lady of cinema, queen of the kick ass, Pamela Grier.
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