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139 - Talk Radio Jen and Tim welcome back Josh of The Worst of All Possible Worlds podcast to discuss the Oliver Stone version of the Eric Bogosian play, Talk Radio from 1988.Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/Jen got the date of the crash of Air Florida flight 90 wrong— it happened in January of 1982.“The comment that brought Howard Stern his most notoriety during his time on Washington, DC radio in the early ‘80s was the infamous Fourteenth Street Bridge Incident. As morning man at ‘DC101’ WWDC, Stern was reacting to the Air Florida flight that crashed into the bridge in February 1982. ‘What’s the price of a one-way ticket from National to the Fourteenth Street Bridge?’ he asked. ‘Is that going to be a regular stop?’”Via insideradio.comAlso Stern did not call the actual Air Florida ticket counter, because as most of us know, talk radio prank calls are faked. Just ask Bryan of Street Fight Radio! In fact, you can hear a deep dive into shock jocks for a pledge as low as $1 over at the Street Fight Patreon!Shortly after his murder by white supremacists, a memorial piece about shock jock Alan Berg appeared in Rolling Stone. The author of the piece, Stephen Singular, later expanded this piece into the book Talked to Death: The Life and Murder of Alan Berg. You can read the original Rolling Stone article here.And don’t miss our freewheeling episode with the TWOAPW guys about a sad little fake Hammer film, IT! starring Roddy McDowall! Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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139 - Talk Radio Jen and Tim welcome back Josh of The Worst of All Possible Worlds podcast to discuss the Oliver Stone version of the Eric Bogosian play, Talk Radio from 1988.Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/Jen got the date of the crash of Air Florida flight 90 wrong— it happened in January of 1982.“The comment that brought Howard Stern his most notoriety during his time on Washington, DC radio in the early ‘80s was the infamous Fourteenth Street Bridge Incident. As morning man at ‘DC101’ WWDC, Stern was reacting to the Air Florida flight that crashed into the bridge in February 1982. ‘What’s the price of a one-way ticket from National to the Fourteenth Street Bridge?’ he asked. ‘Is that going to be a regular stop?’”Via insideradio.comAlso Stern did not call the actual Air Florida ticket counter, because as most of us know, talk radio prank calls are faked. Just ask Bryan of Street Fight Radio! In fact, you can hear a deep dive into shock jocks for a pledge as low as $1 over at the Street Fight Patreon!Shortly after his murder by white supremacists, a memorial piece about shock jock Alan Berg appeared in Rolling Stone. The author of the piece, Stephen Singular, later expanded this piece into the book Talked to Death: The Life and Murder of Alan Berg. You can read the original Rolling Stone article here.And don’t miss our freewheeling episode with the TWOAPW guys about a sad little fake Hammer film, IT! starring Roddy McDowall! Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
125 - House - TEASER Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/Tim and Jen are overwhelmed by the raw charisma of Jacques from the Seeking Derangments podcast in a truly chaotic episode nominally about the chaotic 1977 film House!Via Senses of Cinema, read a retrospective on Nobuhiko Obayashi’s career that also serves as a defense of his filmmaking style.You can see a sampling of Obayashi’s commercial work on YouTube. Don’t miss the MANDOM spot starring Charles Bronson. Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
136 - 50 States of Fright Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/Tim holds forth on the mind sickness that led to short-lived streaming service Quibi before diving into a review of short-form horror anthology 50 States of Fright. Jen just tries to keep up!This AV Club article is pretty emblematic of the unkind response to the first episode of the series, “The Golden Arm.”Watch Tim’s video work over at YouTube! Hit Like and Subscribe!Oh I almost forgot to post the funny dog fart video Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
132 - TEASER - Eyes of Fire Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/Jen and Tim host Mike Rosen, who is a witch, to discuss a very witchy cult horror movie, Eyes of Fire! Also, if you were dying to know Jen’s thoughts on Midsommar, they’re in there.Mike's graphic novel, Malleus Malleficarum, is indeed on itch.io and comes highly recommended by your hosts!Jen misidentified the actor who plays Will Smythe as “Douglas Lipscomb.” She of course meant Dennis Lipscomb.Severin Films included Eyes of Fire in their recently released All the Haunts Be Ours folk horror boxed set. If your interest in Eyes of Fire isn’t quite up to that $170 price tag, you can of course watch the film on Shudder’s excellent streaming service.For more on the genre, Folk Horror Revival offers a generous repository of knowledge. Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
134 - TEASER - Ravenous Subscribe to HYST on Patreon to hear the full episode and get two bonus episodes every month! https://www.patreon.com/posts/64985010Jen and Tim take a bite out of cult cannibal Western flick Ravenous, with the help of Mike Rosen, aka Twitter’s lovable* bitterkarella!“The Windigo is sick because it’s cut off from its roots. It’s a ghost with a heart of ice. It eats everything in sight. Its hunger knows no bounds. When there is nothing left to eat, it starves to death. When it sees something, it wants to own it. No one else can have anything. This illness feeds on a spiritual void. Canada and US are presently in an advanced stage of the ‘Windigo Psychosis.’”-Mowhawk Nation News Sample a scholarly paper about Windigo psychosis thanks to the Internet Archive. You can buy Shawn Smallman’s Dangerous Spirits: The Windigo in Myth and History directly from the publisher online. As mentioned during the episode, John Coulthart’s Feuilleton blog is highly recommended!*unless you’re a hater Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
133 - The Jericho Mile Tim and Jen effuse about an early Michael Mann joint for television, the prison story The Jericho Mile!You can buy a beautiful blu-ray of the film from Kino Lorber, but if you just can’t wait to see it, it’s on YouTube. And we highly recommend it!The 1977 film Short Eyes, based on Miguel Piñero’s incendiary play, is free with ads on Tubi.For more Michael Mann, check out our episode on The Keep! Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
131 - TEASER - Circle of Iron Subscribe to HYST on Patreon and get two bonus episodes every month! patreon.com/haveyouseenthis/Tim and Jen assume the lotus position to study a leftover Bruce Lee passion project, the martial arts video essay Circle of Iron. Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
130 - Loose Cannons Jen and Tim enlist favorite guest Mike Rosen (bitterkarella on Twitter) to explicate the inexplicable Dan Aykroyd/Gene Hackman buddy cop comedy, Loose Cannons!Not to get all fact check dot org on you all, but the Dissociative Identity Disorder website has science-based information on what was misrepresented as “multiple personality disorder” in the movie.Busy Inside is a compassionate documentary about people with DID.Read an article about the Southern California Sorcerers, a writer’s group which included future Loose Cannons scribe Richard Matheson and some other guys like Rod Serling, Ray Bradbury, and Harlan Ellison. Excelsior!Hear the closing theme sung by Katey Sagal (!), ripped “straight from the uncompressed Laserdisc track.” Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
127 - Bamboozled Tim and Jen welcome back Sean Morris to discuss one of Spike Lee’s most fascinating and controversial trainwrecks, Bamboozled.Per Sean’s recommendation, check out the official video for “Lovin’ It” from Little Brother’s “too intelligent” album The Minstrel Show.If you’re curious about the camera Spike Lee used to make Bamboozled, you can read a history of the Sony DCR-VX1000 here.In 2005, Dr. David Pilgrim wrote a powerful essay about the collection that became the foundation of the Jim Crow Museum at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan. In “The Garbage Man: Why I Collect Racist Objects” he reflects on the emotional toll collecting exacted on him, as well as the anger and sadness the objects still inspire and the lingering stain of anti-black bigotry in the United States.Watch the Levi’s 501 button-fly jeans commercial directed by Spike Lee and starring…Rob Liefeld lol Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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