“I’ve heard complaints… but I can’t remember what they were about” -MuGumBo
Sometimes the film you bought on a whim from the Wal-Mart bargain bin turns out to be a hidden treasure. You know you have something special but you can’t know just how special unless you share it with others. That is the story of this weeks film folks. No “Universal or Disney” media engine behind this title pouring millions into distribution and advertising. Nope the only thing that attracted me to Dead and Breakfast was its title, cheap price, and cover. I found it years ago and have shared it with many many people. Now I have shared it with the TCPodcast crew and hopefully with those of you at home. Witty hip-hop narration wrapped tight with a tongue in cheek humor drives this modern zombie flick into future cult status.
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Unfortunitly Mr. DeMoss had other duties in the form of Iron Man 3 research which has already turned into this amazing Video Cast review. Mr. DeMoss also took the unexpected turn and proved us with this spontaneous, no-hold-barred written. yes I said WRITTEN, review of Dead and Breakfast. That left Mr. Wickliff and myself to delve elbow deep into this modern zombie comedy musical. This was Mikes first time so it was enjoyable knowing that his cherry was captured by myself. I feel I brought my A game with this pick and Mike was pleasantly surprised with the quality of this sorta low budget film.
Inside this Episode-
Act 1- Like always the intro rolls and Mike and MuGumBo dig right in.
Act 2- Intermission song selection Tucson Afternoon by Zachariah and the Lobos Riders
Act 3- The duo try to hold it together without the 3rd ingredient.
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“Gooey Goodness of Doctor Who Wonder!” – MuGumBo
And here we stand folks at the end of the week and looking back I see 7 days of news, pop culture, and nerdy fun. Neil Gaiman (yes the same fellow we discussed in Stardust) brought us a brilliant Doctor Who episode with my favorite villain the Cybermen. We finally completed a week without some musician of note filling the obituaries with their names but we did loose a Nascar legend (well he never won a race but his name is immaturely fun to say) Dick Trickle. Drippy Dick lost his life by his own hand which is the most fitting way to go for a man that never finished first.
“Warehouse 13 was renewed for 6 more shows and that’s it folks.” -Mike Wickliff (@Greymattersplat)
In case you hadn’t noticed we changed the name of this events show a bit. As we continue to do this every week the term “This Week” really popped out as a better fit for the idea. Same tender morsels of extra current information but with half the calories. So current that one of the fellows has already seen the new Star Trek film “Star Trek Into Darkness” and brought his NON SPOILER review for all to enjoy. That is about as current as I think one can ever hope to be!
“It’s CSI AGENTS of SHELD!” – Mr. DeMoss (@AYTIWS)
I must say that I love putting on my digital hat and playing internet. Times it is easy to forget about that analog life that keeps the podcast light on. I know for a fact with the full swing of Spring in effect the trio all have their analog plates full of real life activities and projects. That is why it is amazing that we have planned more excitement, more guests, and heavier digital workload than ever before. At one point I really believed I was steering this runaway train but now I realize I am just holding on and enjoying the ride.
Like always Mike brought some flavor for us all to enjoy. “We’re not worthy!” Do not forget that these bad ass trailers are ALL DISCUSSED on this jam packed 20 minute current event pop culture show!
Mikes Amazing Tidbits
Syfy Channel’s Warehouse 13 has been renewed for a 6 episode season 5. This will be the final season
Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Adventure: http://kotaku.com/this-game-
Amazon Streaming will not be picking up the Zombieland tv show. http://www.bleedingcool.com/
They’re making a movie based on the Medieval Times restaurant. No, really. http://www.bleedingcool.com/
What an amazing year Traumatic Cinematic has had so far. It has almost been a solid 12 months since I found my two amazing co-hosts and everything has just kept growing ever since. When I look back to the first 20 episodes I created and produced of this show I never dreamed to have made it this long and gained as much of a following as we have. It really goes to show that with hard work, dedication, and good chemistry between the three of us that we can achieve anything we want. With that said I felt like it was time to speak to our fans in the for of old fashion text instead of just barking the information via audio.
First off I want to mention that we are 75% of the way moved from PodOmatic. I had no real complaints with them except for their price, lack of storage space, lack of customer service, and the main reason I am leaving is because our show vanished from iTunes more than a year ago and they could not give any better solution than starting a new RSS feed. Well I figured if I was going to start a new RSS feed I would make sure it was my own this time and here we are. We now host all of our own files right here at Traumatic Cinematic.
Since we now host our own files we have plenty of room to stretch and with this glorious ability we have added a few new shows to the lineup. Now the main Traumatic Cinematic show remains untouched and always will but make sure to look for the spin-off show TC Events. On the TC Events show the three of us spend 20 minutes discussing the world of pop culture around us and what you need to know. Check it out and if you are an iTunes subscriber or RSS you should already be receiving this. We have also brought back the Twitflix recap show which is also a short 20 minute show with Matt Dunn and myself and whoever else we can drag into the mess! It is a short fun show about whatever film we tweeted along to on Twitflix that Wednesday.
Alright blood thirsty fans this is for you!
Who are the sick bastards that are coming here to find women being tied, gagged, and beaten with rubber hoses? Who really wants to see some sick shit like a family of 4 eating the charred remains of a homeless party clown? Who is looking for photo of piles of Nazi murdered Jews and keep finding us instead? Well I am not sure who you all are but I want to fucking welcome you all with a red-hot poker to the eye and pull your arms and legs off with some Oxen Spit Torturing. Some of these search terms I understand since we have done podcasts on Cannibal Holocaust, Shogun’s Sadism Joy of Torture 2 (Oxen Split Torture), and some other reviews of bloody fun titles. Carnival Holocaust I have never once heard of but I fucking want to see that shit right now! I have gone back and remastered the 3 Sadistic Cinema shows and have been waiting to repost them. I have also been in talks about reviving that show and starting to talk about the real wicked, the dirty dark, and horrific films out there yet to be discovered.
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Speaking of blood thirsty fans I should mention that we are gearing up for our first horror convention of the year Day of the Dead. It is really looking to be an amazing show and Mike and I are doing our best to get Mr. DeMoss on a plane and to Indianapolis for the show July 5-7. Regardless Mike and I will be representing so that is something worth looking forward to.
We’re not shy about our love of Terry Gilliam around here. So join the Traumatic Cinematic crew as we journey into a desert so damn real one must soak oneself in dangerous drugs just to get a handle on it. From the mind of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson and the dark heart of the early-70s comes a saga of desperation, death and debauchery, filmed as only a former Python could. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas stars Johnny Depp in the role that should’ve defined his career (instead of Cap’n Jack), Benicio del Toro in the role that pretty much has defined him sense, and more cameos than you can shake a casting sheet at. Tobey Maguire, Ellen Barkin Gary Busey, Christina Ricci, Cameron Diaz, Penn Jillette, Lyle Lovett and Flea do not, in any way shape or for, join us for this episode. But their spirit – along with the spirit of rambling abandon – is with us throughout this podcast. Join us as we examine what at least one of us considers the Greatest Movie of 1998, and see if you agree once our odyssey’s done. That feeling, in your guts, right now? That’s you getting The Fear. -DeMoss
Inside this Episode-
As your lawyer I advise you to listen to this show with a friend and partially intoxicated. Turn it into a drinking game and every time Mr. DeMoss makes an obscure reference take a drink (please don’t do this, you will die!) This is the first show recorded fully with the new recording equipment so if it sounds terrible (or maybe amazingly good) blame it on the hardware not the operator . Unlike the first 67 shows this one has 2 count them TWO intermissions which means double the audio fun! Hopefully this show will not just be entertaining but also offer some quality information about Hunter S. Thompson, Johnny Depp, and Terry Gilliam. The only way to know what is inside is to listen and find out! -MuGumBo