Recording the Underground of Pop Culture One Show at a Time

Getting Serious about World Police

*** REMEMBER Traumatic Cinematic broadcasts LIVE every THURSDAY evening starting at 8:00 PM Eastern Time. We broadcast multiple new shows, a music show, a LIVE THIS WEEK SHOW at 10

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Discussing the History of Future Folk

The Traumatic Trio have journeyed through a variety of genres over the past couple years but the musically strong titles have been few and far between. In this all new

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The Institute Discussion

On this amazing 121st episode of Traumatic Cinematic the Trio discuss and attempt to unravel the mysteries that surround the JeJune Institute and embrace their inner NonChalance. Was this a

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Traumatic Cinematic Season 5 ep 120 – Mr Nobody

The Traumatic Trio is back and to stay true to our vision the show has evolved yet again. Traumatic Cinematic the podcast show will no longer be a live interview

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Matt Cloude: A Man of Many Talents

By Amy Lynes Director Matt Cloude is an ambitious man of many talents.  Not only does he direct, he has also produced, done FX work AND acted.  He is most

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THE NIGHT BEFORE EASTER Review

By Stephanie Hensley I am a fan of micro budget films. I feel that the lack of funds usually increases the creativity coming from the crew. You have to cut

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A look inside 21 Days writer’s head: Kathleen Behun Interview:

By Stephanie Hensley I have always had mixed feelings on POV movie but have never cut myself off from the subgenre. The POV film is one that even nails it or misses the mark completely. However, (judge me if you may) some real gems have come from the subgenre… Blair Witch Project, Paranormal Activity, Apartment 143, and Grave Encounters. Traumatic Cinematic recently reached out to indie film director/writer Kathleen Behun to get a peek inside the new

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Jack Thomas Smith: Taking the found footage film to the next level with ‘Infliction’

By Amy Lynes Jack Thomas Smith made his directorial debut in 2006 with the psychological thriller ‘Disorder’, which he also wrote and produced.  As a young adult, he produced films for horror directors  Ted A. Bohus and John Russo, the co-creator of  ‘Night of the Living Dead’.  Some time later, he started his own production company, Fox Trail Productions, which specializes in Feature Film production as well as music videos. His current project, titled ‘Infliction’, the

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Mike Hartman: The Man Behind TromaDance Detroit

By Amy Lynes This June 13th & 14th, TromaDance Detroit will once again be taking Detroit by storm.  Showcasing indie films, art, burlesque performers and even a celebrity from the original ‘Toxic Avenger’ film, TromaDanceDetroit is a FREE event, for indie filmmakers and fans alike that lasts for two days and wraps up with a killer after party on the final night of the event. TromaDance has been a long standing event in New York

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Jesco White Exclusive Interview Tonight!

Tonight is the big night folks. We are lucky to have landed a great guest for tonight’s Traumatic Cinematic LIVE. Thank you to Scott LaRussa for working out the details so the one and only Jesco White can spend the evening chatting with the Traumatic Trio. For those of you curious Jesco White has been featured in multiple documentaries The Dancing Outlaw and The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia. Tonight we hope to smash

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Merchandise Available Now

Folks take a moment and check out our extensive store full of awesome Traumatic Cinematic merchandise. We have t-shirts, hoodies, zip up hoodies, iPone cases, Galaxy cases, and much much more! You can build your own shirt to meet your style and all the while helping to support the Traumatic Cinematic site.