Oct 24, 2014
She's back... it's back... and HE'S BACK.
Who are we talking about? Why Linda Blair, Pazuzu and the Armenian / Choctaw madman Garo Nigoghossian.
That's right, this week, we cover (along with fan favorite Garo) the god awful sequel to, what is undoubtedly one of the scariest films of all time THE EXORCIST.
Exorcist II is a film that has to be seen to be believed. Inept, dismal, and completely incoherent. Exorcist II is an experience unlike any other.
As usual, the show diverts off into some topics that, those who take the moral high ground, would deem to be 'inappropriate', so with that, let it be known that this episode is ABSOLUTELY 110% NOT SAFE FOR WORK - YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
See ya next week
Oct 17, 2014
Films. Those ones you loved as a kid, well, how do they hold up now? We delve into (along with submissions by some of the listeners) and discuss the ones that unfortunately, just don't make the cut the second time around.
Thanks for your patience with us taking the week off.
See ya next week
Oct 5, 2014
Wog Boy, Wog Boy. Yes folks, it's time for another Oz-Ploination. This time around, Stu and Rob go back to the wog well, fishing out the 2000 Aussie comedy gem 'The Wog Boy'.
A little film that took Australia by storm, starring popular Greek comedian Nick Giannopoulos, and Italian actor / comedian Vince Colosimo.
This is the tale of the little Aussie battler, rising up against the system that oppresses them, and pays them the dole every 2 weeks... oh and chicks too.
Listen on with us ya wogs (and you skips too) as we celebrate 'The Wog Boy'
Oct 3, 2014
This week on the Midnight Movie Cowboys, Hunter rejoins us, live from Ebola town, to discuss 2 guys who the MMC have not shown any love to in the past (not because we don't like 'em, we LOVE 'em) Terence Hill and Bud Spencer.
On this episode, we talk their career in films, and in particular the film we review - Watch Out, We're Mad (1974).
We also get onto the topic of Ted Nugent, Tyler Perry and Barack Obama, Giant hamburgers and with a few Garo impersonations for good measure. Who says podcasts should be limited to just one conversation?
See you all next week
Sep 26, 2014
This week on the MMC, Stu and John (no Hunter this week) return to the world of Bodybuilding, and look at the 2013 documentary GENERATION IRON.
A somewhat sequel to the legendary PUMPING IRON, this film looks at the current crop of elite bodybuilders, and the ones hoping to make their mark.
So, get your N.O and Creatine ready, jump in the gym with us and listen.
* Please note the 'Road to the Olympia' dvd's Stu speaks of on this episode, are actually titled 'Battle for the Olympia' by Mitsuru Okabe
Sep 18, 2014
John and Hunter delve into William Friedkin's underseen thriller The Hunted this week, and also discuss the controversy around Gene Simmons' "rock is dead" comments, as well as Apple giving people a new U2 album for free.
Sep 10, 2014
How much bad luck can one man have? Ask Charles Bronson. Wondering what we are talking about? Then you obviously haven't seen any of the Death Wish films.
On this weeks episode Stu and John (Hunter is off in Dallas partying it up with King Diamond) along with special guest Paul Talbot, author of the one and only book on the Death Wish series - Bronson's Loose, discuss the series at depth. All the things you wanted to know about the series, Paul has all the dirt on it.
Listen on, or we'll blow you away...pond scum
See ya next week
Find him on Facebook HERE
Buy 'Bronson's Loose' HERE
Buy Paul's other books HERE
Sep 3, 2014
After 4, testosterone filled years, the MMC finally have a female join us for an episode. However, we don't have just some ordinary lady on with us, we have the great Leslie Ann Dowd. Opinionated, smart and sexy all rolled into one, listen as we discuss the obscure as fuck 1983 documentary RETURN ENGAGEMENT.
Sit back, let your ears be soothed by a woman's sweet tone, and listen to Stu woo Leslie like no other man can.
Say my name Stu - LESLIE!!!!!
See ya next week.
Follow Leslie on twitter HERE
Aug 29, 2014
Just a heads up to let you all know, there is no new episode this week. Due to a late-in-the-week recording, and very limited time to edit it, to be released in time.
Also, we have been busy acquiring guests for future episodes, and time has simply slipped away from us.
We will definitely be back next week, with a new episode, with a very sexy, and intelligent guest. Intrigued? You should be.
Thanks for your patience
See you all next week
Aug 21, 2014
It was 1983. Hip-Hop was just breaking through, and a little independent film, WILD STYLE would be the template for all other hip-hop flicks to follow. On this episode we look at, with our very special guest, the legendary (and Rock Steady Crew member) DJ Skeme Richards, this pioneer film.
Cultural and musical diversities abound, make this a fascinating episode. Come listen as both Skeme and John, give those lowbrow Rock / Metal lovers Stu and Hunter a lesson in all things Urban.
We cannot thank, the very busy DJ Skeme Richards, enough for his time to jump on with us.
For all of Skeme's links, please see below
See ya next week
Aug 15, 2014
LISTEN UP!!! This week, we did something different. You ask the questions, we answer them. We will do more MAIL CALL's in the future , every so often. For now, here's the first episode of MAIL CALL
Aug 11, 2014
YOU FU*KING C*NT, YOU WHITE MAGGOT
Offensive? Welcome to the world of 'The Heathens'. On the return of this side series (no Stu is not on another hiatus) Myself and my Oz-Ploination co host Rob decide to cover the basically unseen 30 minute short film documentary 'Heathens'.
Only ever released as a VHS rental in Australia (maybe Melbourne only?) we dig into the most brutal, offensive and funniest thing you will EVER see.
Wanna see it?
Also we now have an open group on facebook for you all to join in on a discussion, or start one of your own with us and other members. Go join it HERE
As you may have worked out, this episode, nor the video are absolutely NOT SAFE FOR WORK
See you all next time
Aug 6, 2014
This week John and Hunter discuss Ted Kotcheff's Uncommon Valor, starring Gene Hackman and Patrick Swayze. If you don't listen, you hate America, so don't be a filthy commie and tune in!
Jul 31, 2014
Hey all, back with a brand new episode. This one is a sort of accompaniment to our Theatre Experiences show from a few months back. On this one though, we talk about our earliest theatre going experiences, and the films that shaped us, or for one of us, traumatised us.
Very important announcement towards end of the show also.
see you all next week
Jul 24, 2014
No folks, your eyes are not deceiving you. We are reposting this episode from mid 2013, due to the fact we have had numerous people tell us they cannot download it anymore. So we are reposting it for these people, and new listeners, or those of you who just didn't catch it earlier.
Also we here at the MMC are taking a break for a week. We will be back next week with a brand new episode.
Please listen to the opening intro regarding episodes that listeners have not been able to download for some reason. We are NOT going to keep reposting them, however we will make sure you get access to them. How you ask? Like we said, listen to the intro.
see ya with a new episode next week
Jul 17, 2014
Sharp dialogue, amazing action and pure 70's cinema perfection is about the only way to sum up the granddaddy of the buddy cop genre - Freebie and the Bean.
On this episode Stu and John (no Hunter this one) look back on this forgotten gem, and discuss how other buddy cop flicks just don't come close, to the great Freebie and the Bean. And as per usual, we tend to trail off into different areas, and this episode is no exception.
oh, and by the way, this time around. This episode IS safe for work.
see ya next week
Jul 10, 2014
Garo joins us for the second week in a row (sadly Stu was fighting bloodthirsty reavers away from his house and couldn't join us) to talk about all things Howard Stern, specifically his autobiographical film Private Parts, starring Howard, Robin Quivers, and Paul Giamatti. Of course, we go on lots of tangents too. Tune in, and subscribe on iTunes. If you like what you hear, leave us a review.
Jul 2, 2014
We know who you are Bronze!!! o.k this week, we are doing a listener request, and the film requested? MAD MAX. This is right up Stu's alley (him being Australian and all), we also decided to bring our friend, and fan favorite Garo Nigoghossian (AKA: The Armenian madman) onto the show. What you are about to hear, is a whole lot of talk on Mad Max, and of course, it somehow trails off into other conversations.
Please be warned, this episode is NOT SAFE FOR WORK.
If you want to request a film for us to discuss, no problem. Send us an email at email@example.com. Listen to the info on the show for further details.
See ya next week
Jun 25, 2014
Hey Ho, Let's Go!!! Alright folks, this is the final week of Rock Month, and who else could we talk about but the mighty RAMONES.
In this episode, we go through the entire Ramones discography, and touch upon the excellent documentary 'End of the Century
Anyway, next week, we return back to movies. We hope you enjoyed Rock Month, and hopefully learnt a thing or two about bands you'd never heard before, or never knew of.
Jun 18, 2014
Welcome to week 3 of Rock Month here at the Midnight Movie Cowboys. This week, Stu and John (No Hunter unfortunately, we hope to have him back next week) talk one of the most influential, underrated yet forgotten bands of all time - The New York Dolls.
We delve into their early works (all 2 albums of it). We discuss briefly the videography 'All Dolled Up
We also talk the 2005 documentary on NY Dolls bass player Arthur 'Killer' Kane entitled 'New York Doll
Take this journey with us, and come discover, Rock, in it's purest form. Viva la Dolls!!!
Jun 4, 2014
ALLLRIIGGHTT! This week, we here at the Midnight Movie Cowboys are kicking off this month of June as ROCK MONTH, and Stuart is finally back in the building with us. Each week, one of us will pick a band to talk about, and starting us off is Stu's pick, Van Halen, the David Lee Roth years!
So get on your spandex, make sure your bulge looks good, and start practicing your windmill kicks while shredding that air guitar. Be sure to head over and subscribe on iTunes, and give us a review while you're there. Many thanks for tuning in!
May 28, 2014
It's time for us to finally talk about the best cop to ever clean up the streets on film: Dirty Harry. We talk about the original, and touch on the sequels, movies it's inspired, and the battle between Harry and Scorpio versus heroes and villains in movies today. Stuart will finally rejoin us next week to kick off a special series for the month of June, so keep your eyes on the feed by subscribing and reviewing us on iTunes.
May 21, 2014
Hey kids, we're talking about a NEW MOVIE that's IN THEATERS RIGHT NOW! That barely ever happens over here! John and Hunter discuss Gareth Edwards' Godzilla, which resurrects the King of the Monsters for one more go-round in the west. Is it better than that Roland Emmerich disaster from 1998? Do we love it? Do we hate it? Do we just kinda think it's okay? Listen to find out!
May 7, 2014
John and Hunter venture into the outskirts of Texarkana in search of the elusive Phantom Killer, a man who stalked unsuspecting couples on the secluded lovers' lanes outside of town. The film in question is The Town That Dreaded Sundown, a 1976 cult classic directed by Charles B. Pierce that explores this unsolved mystery in a manner that was far ahead of its time.
Be sure to listen, subscribe, and rate us on iTunes.
Apr 30, 2014
While Stu is trapped in the Yabba, John and Hunter tackle a topic they've been wanting to do for awhile: late martial artist, choreographer and filmmaker Lau Kar Leung, also known as Liu Chia-Liang. This week, the two of his movies that are in-focus are 8 Diagram Pole Fighter, starring Gordon Liu and Alexander Fu Sheng, and Martial Arts of Shaolin, starring a young Jet Li. We discussed his film The 36th Chamber of Shaolin on an early episode of the show, so check that out too for a blast from the past. Also, Stu responds to John and Hunter's criticism of his Godzilla opinions on the last show. Enjoy!
Apr 23, 2014
As Stuart enters his sabbatical, John and Hunter sit down to discuss Bad Day at Black Rock, a John Sturges genre mash-up starring Spencer Tracy, Robert Ryan, Anne Francis, Lee Marvin, and Ernest Borgnine. Of course, the conversation enters into other territories as well, including the Brian Singer scandal. Steven Seagal fans should enjoy this one
The commentary John Sturges did for the Criterion LaserDisc discussed on the show can be found here
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Apr 16, 2014
SQUEAL LIKE A PIG!!!! A phrase, unfortunately, too commonly used, when uneducated people discuss the American South. In this episode, we don't discuss Deliverance, instead we discuss the 1981 film Southern Comfort. We are joined also by a guy from the South, Mr Matt Dawson, AKA Saint RPH from the great Soopermexican podcast.
Here we discuss the film, dispel some Southern myths, rip into KISS, talk a little bit of Ted Nugent, and a whole bunch more.
See y'all next week
Apr 9, 2014
Taking a different turn again with episodes, this time around, the Midnight Movie Cowboys interview filmmaker Cameron Cloutier about his project he is hoping to get off the ground about EAR/ONS (East Area Rapist/Original Night Stalker)
Perhaps the first and only podcast about this notorious rapist/killer, we talk about his crimes, and also Cameron's yet to be made film 'Bird with a Broken Wing'.
Go visit Cameron's Facebook page HERE
and throw him support, and a few bucks too to help get this project off the ground.
We hope this episode alerts you to the still unsolved mystery of EAR/ONS.
See you next week