Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Lady Street Fighter (1981)

Matt tries to make sense of James Bryan & Renee Harmon's glorious grindhouse mess LADY STREET FIGHTER with guests John Morgan (a decorated TCTT veteran of Bryan/Harmon's THE EXECUTIONER, PART II) and first-time guest Ben. We had a blast picking up the pieces of our minds.

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Friday, June 21, 2019

WINGS HAUSER 2019: Wilding (1990)

In the aftermath of the Central Park Jogger case, two L.A. cops (demi-god Wings Hauser & Joey Travolta) clash with disaffected and detached teens of their city who are on a violent rampage. Jack & Lad from the Rogue Riffers join us to discuss this important message film ripped from yesterday's headlines...and more importantly, Wings Hauser.

Rogue Riffers:

Monday, June 17, 2019


We're ending Wings Hauser Month with a bang: Jack and Lad from the Rogue Riffers joined us to talk about WILDING: THE CHILDREN OF VIOLENCE, just one of the sleazy exploitation movies made to capitalize on the Central Park jogger case of 1989. Look for the episode here or in your feed soon.

Friday, June 7, 2019

WINGS HAUSER 2019: Street Asylum

Our 2nd annual Wings Hauser Month starts with a bang:
Jacob Balcom and Joe Kincher are back to discuss STREET ASYLUM: a quasi sci-fi tale about b-modded cops wilding out on the criminal scum of the not-at-all-future L.A.Featuring Nixon Watergate thug G. Gordon Liddy as a fascist ex-police running for mayor.

In Portland? Check out Joe's show at SUM Gallery:

Have ears? Check out Jacob's album:

Tuesday, June 4, 2019 are the Wings beneath my Hauser

Our first episode of Wings Hauser month, STREET ASYLUM, is coming very soon. In the meantime, why not check out some of last year's offerings by some other great podcasters?

Living to Die

Cold Fire

Blood Money


Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Tales from the QuadeaD Zone!

Matt is joined by Devin Bruce and Andrew Shaw to discuss TALES FROM THE QUADEAD ZONE, a shot-on-video horror anthology from 1987.
This flick plays like a Tales from the Dark Side episode that was locked in a hot car during a heatwave: loopy Casio themes, cam-mounted spotlights, and non-professional actors make for a one-of-a-kind viewing experience.

Devin does Scotch and Comics:

Andrew writes Cul-de-Sac: