Talk Without Rhythm Podcast - Episode 216: Angel Cop, Mad Bull 34, and Santo Contra La Invasion De Los Marcianos (1966)
This week I’m continuing my month of nostalgia-fueled forrays of ultra-violent old school anime as a take a gander at Angel Cop and Mad Bull 34. I’m also continuing my El Año Del Santo with a look at 1966′s Santo Contra La Invasion De Los Marcianos.
[06:25] Chin Stroker VS Punter Promo
[07:24] RANDOM CONVERSATION
- El Goro on the Projection Booth
- El Goro watches Milius, Justice League: War, and 12 Years a Slave.
[20:33] Santo Contra La Invasion De Los Marcianos (1966)
[33:56] Angel Cop
[54:26] Mad Bull 34
[01:10:56] ENDING MUSIC: Police Story by Black Flag
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Murf & The Fat Kid - Episode 28
It’s the one year anniversary of Murf and The Fat Kid. Our friend Rocklop stops by to play a game of 20 questions and then we review Orgazmo and Captain America: Winter Soldier.’
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Talk Without Rhythm Podcast - Episode 215: Devilman, Violence Jack, and Barón Brakola (1965)This week I’m continuing a month-long exploration of ultra-violent old-school anime with two Go Nagai joints: Devilman and Violence Jack. I’m also continuing my El Año Del Santo with a look at 1965′s Barón Brakola.Link
[06:26] SonOfOdin’s Podcast Promo
[06:51] RANDOM CONVERSATION
- Cinema Wasteland
- Wrestlemania XXX
[19:56] Barón Brakola (1965)
[50:26] Violence Jack
[01:33:10] ENDING MUSIC: Super Charger Heaven by White Zombie
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Lord Blood-Rah’s Nerve Wrackin’ Auditorium - The Mystery Of The Thing
Lord Blood-Rah’s Nerve Wrackin’ Auditorium presents the story of a woman who vanishes just as mysteriously as she appeared, and the man who was left to solve the chilling mystery! From “The Hermit’s Cave!” comes the tale The Mystery of the Thing!
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Awesome Kong (Kharma) - Shoot Interview
I just finished watching Awesome Kong’s shoot interview that she did back in 2013 with RF Video and it felt like pulling teeth getting her to answer a question or to elaborate. This shoot ran for about an hour in change and didn’t delver.
Kong talked about her whole career up to her last WWE appearance which was Royal Rumble 2012 and gave a couple word sentences when ask about a former opponents. She did go somewhat in great detail about her first WWE run and the help she got from Triple H and what a great guy he is with talent.
As for her TNA run it’s mostly good memories, but towards the end she was ready to leave because of creative differences and that whole Bubba the Love Sponge incident, which she really didn’t elaborate on or the whole reason why she left TNA, but you will find out in her memoirs she said.
Don’t both with this shoot unless you’re looking to pass the time and WWE Network is down. Just watch some Awesome Kong matches if you need you’re fix, because she is a great worker… And I’m one of those people who wants to see Awesome Kong-Beth Phoenix. Just so you know.
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The WrestleMania XXX Aftermath
WrestleMania XXX kicked off with three of the biggest names in sports entertainment with Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin, and The Rock going back and fourth about WrestleMania history and facing one another, but the highlight of this segment was Hogan calling the Super Dome, the Silver Dome and Rock and Austin made sure Hogan didn’t forget that blunder… The first match that kicked off Mania was Triple H and Daniel Bryan and it was match of the night, not only for Bryan, but Triple H pulled off a few good submissions and even a tiger suplex. Triple H gave a great performance, it’s now one of my favorite Triple H matches of all time.
The next match was the six man tag between the Shield and the New Age Outlaws with Kane… And this match was all spot fest. The Shield went over very quick. Roman Reigns was built as Superman hitting spears, Superman punches, and power bombing both Outlaws at the same time with help by Rollins and Ambrose.
Andre the giant Memorial Battle Royal was next and we didn’t have the three mystery participants that was announced on RAW earlier this week, but David Otunga was in it. The match was a cluster until the final ten or so, but the last two combatants was Cesaro and Big Show and when Cesaro body slammed Show over the top rope for the win it made him a main eventer in everyone’s eyes.
The match that brought the fans energy to level zero, Cena-Wyatt… I mean the match started off good with Wyatt teasing Cena, but the match itself was slow, then again it told a good story between the two. And Cena did get the win and to tell the truth, Cena didn’t need it. Wyatt should’ve went over. The match wasn’t all bad Cena did go hardcore, spearing Brody Lee through the guard rail and nailed Erick Rowan with a chair.
I stated in my WrestleMania predictions that the Undertaker was going to defeat Lesnar, but minutes before the match started I wrote on Twitter that, I won’t be surprised if Taker loses tonight. I got a feeling that Taker was going to lose minutes before the match kicked off. You can say the Wrestling Gods was giving me a sign or I’m an insider for WWE creative, it’s your pick. As for the match… Where to start? First it wasn’t up to par to past Taker-Mania matches. It seemed they were lost or forgot spots. Taker can have a good match, but I can’t say the same for Lesnar. To me this match had that big man match feel, where you have two big guys that can’t work. It’s hard to explain. With that said, the fan reaction after Undertaker lost was priceless. Their faces and wide eyes said it all and in my opinion, Brock shouldn’t been the guy to defeat Undertaker. I mean he’s a part time player, give an up in comer that chance to defeat the streak.
Now, what does the future hold for Undertaker? Will he face Cena at WrestleMania 31 or will we see Sting and Taker or will Undertaker call it quits and go in to the Hall next year? We just gotta wait and see. I know I’m looking forward to it.
Vickie Guerrero Divas Championship Invitational… Another cluster, but AJ Lee won which is awesome.
WWE World Heavyweight Title Match: Batista vs. Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton… If I had to pick a runner up for match of the night this would be it. Triple H threw everything at Bryan and it didn’t stop him one bit. The IWC might be lost for words that Undertaker lost, but they are happy that Bryan is the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion and so am I. This match was brutal, Bryan got his ass kicked, but kept coming. It’s a match everyone should see.
Side Note: The Usos won their match on the pre-show.
WrestleMania XXX is now over and it was fun for the most part. A couple good matches and backstage segments, but it could’ve been a lot better. WrestleMania XX is my favorite Mania of all time and ten years later it still is.
What did you think of WrestleMania XXX, what was your favorite match or moment?