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The DZPN Fundraiser!

1400DZitunesAs many of you know last year we upgraded our web hosting to keep everything here on the network running.  And not just for us but for the other podcasts we host here on the site such as Murf & The Fat Kid, Talk Without Rhythm, Lord Blood-Rah’s Nerve Wrackin’ Auditorium, and The Castle Rock Podcast.  Sadly this new webhosting play is EXPENSIVE.  Normally our film festival covers all Drunken Zombie related costs for the entire year but with our costs of webhosting going up to over 7 times what were have been paying it gets hard to keep the lights on.  So we’re holding a multi tiered fundraiser.  There are three simple ways to help us out and in the end get something in return.

1) Get a free 30 day trial from Audible and one free audio book download that you get to keep even if you decide Audible isn’t for you.  You get a free Audible book of your choice and they throw a few coins our way that we then use to keep everything running here on the network.  No cost to you at all.  To recieve this free trial head over to audibletrial.com/dzpn.

2) Download our Drunken Zombie Drink Alongs over at our Bandcamp page.  For the minimum donation of $1 (you can donate as much as you wish over $1) you can download a commentary of us drinking along to a movie.  So far we’ve done drink alongs for Insidious, Carrie, Return Of The Living Dead, and Big Trouble In Little China.  Sync up your movie with our audio file and play a drinking game with us.  It’s guaranteed to be a fun drunk time.  Head over to drunkenzombie.bandcamp.com to grab one of those.

3) This is the newest one.  You can now SUBSCRIBE to the Drunken Zombie Podcasting Network through Paypal.  What does this mean?  Are all of our shows going to a pay model?  Hell no.  All of our regular shows will always be free.  We will be producing a special show once a month that will be presented in a round table format with the personalities of the DZPN to discuss crazy happenings and whatever tickles our fancy.  These shows will be exclusive to our subscribers.  For a donation of $5 a month you’ll get at least one of these shows a month (more if the inspiration strikes us), given access to our regular shows early if possible, and any time we put up a Drunken Zombie Drink Along we email it to you directly as part of your subscription.  In the future we hope to also add fun things like exclusive videos and such to the list.  To subscribe hit the button below and get it set up to automatically be donated once a month.





We’re trying to find ways to not only keep the DZPN on the air but also give you something in return.  If you have any ideas of what we can do to give you fans what you want and help us at the same time then drop us a line and let us know!

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Talk Without Rhythm Podcast - Episode 235: Kung Fu Hustle (2004), The Good, the Bad, the Weird (2008), and Asesinos de Otros Mundos (1971)

This week on Talk Without Rhythm I’m joined by Hutch to take a look at the comedic action side of Asian Cinema. We kick things off in Hong Kong with a look at 2004′s Kung Fu Hustle before moving things down to Korea with 2008′s The Good, the Bad, the Weird. We’re also continuing on my El Año Del Santo with 1971′s Asesinos de Otros Mundos, one of the most INSANE Santo films I have ever seen!


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[00:00] INTRO/AUDIBLE PLUG

[02:06] Know Direction Promo

[02:34] RANDOM CONVERSATION

[31:21] Asesinos de Otros Mundos (1971)

[43:42] Kung Fu Hustle (2004)

[01:03:39] The Good, the Bad, the Weird (2008)

[01:36:57] FEEDBACK

[01:42:16] ENDING MUSIC: Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood by Santa Esmeralda

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Buy Asesinos de Otros Mundos 

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Batman: Mask of the Phantasm still holds up.

Batman: Mask of the Phantasm still holds up.

Pretty funny movie.

Pretty funny movie.

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Talk Without Rhythm Podcast - Episode 234: The Relic (1997), The Man from Earth (2007), and Misión suicida (1971)

This week on Talk Without Rhythm I’m joined by Rock-Lob to discuss two slices of disparate sci-fi. We take a look at the 1997 biological creature-feature The Relic and round things off with the low-key introspective conversation piece that is 2007′s The Man from Earth. We’re also continuing on my El Año Del Santo with 1971′s Misión suicida. Santo fights a shark. My life has reached a new pinnacle.

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[00:00] INTRO/Audible Plug

[01:59] The Good, the Bad, and the Odd promo

[02:43] RANDOM CONVERSATION

  • Rock-Lob watches a whole lotta Dr. Who.
  • El Goro watches The Ecstasy of Order: The Tetris Masters, Sword of Doom, and Valhalla Rising.
  • Macho Bullshit Moviecast
  • Audible Recommend: The Relic by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child, It’s a Good Life by Jerome Bixby, and The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher.

[29:43] Misión suicida (1971)

[40:44] The Relic (1997)

[01:02:25] The Man from Earth (2007)

[01:24:21] FEEDBACK

[01:27:07] ENDING MUSIC: In the Days of the Caveman by Crash Test Dummies

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Drunken Zombie 207 - @GenCon Roadtrip!

Our intention was to record a bunch of stuff @Gencon.  But during the weekend we were all over the place and none of us got to really sit down and chat much.  So you get some chatting on the way to Gencon and on the way back from Gencon.  We go over our experience and some of the highlights for us for the weekend.

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YouTube Horror: Fright Night Part II

Fright Night Part 2 color poster adrThis week in YouTube Horror I turn my gaze to the out of print movie Fright Night II.  I have this movie on DVD as I think I bought it for $5 at Walmart or something ten years ago.  Now it’s out of print and going for $55 on Amazon.  But luckily for all of you Fright Night II is up on YouTube to watch for free.  I don’t think I’m stretching when I saw the original Fright Night was a classic from the 80s.  Roddy McDowell as a very Peter Cushing character whom is a washed up horror host.  William Ragsdale as a teen whom believes a vampire has moved into the house next door.  Evil Ed whom I say is one of the best sidekick characters in 80s horror films.  And we can’t dismiss the great performance of Chris Sarandon as Jerry Dandrige.  I love this movie.  When I heard there was a part II I of course was stoked.  While it’s no where near as good as the first this one has some fun ideas in it.  One thing that always makes me smile is that Jon Gries plays a werewolf in this film.  The same year he also played the human form of the Wolfman from Monster Squad.  How did this guy not get typecast as a werewolf.  Other than that you have rollerskating vampires, head bowling, and a sexy lead villain.  Julie Carmen plays the sister of Jerry Dandrige (LAME!) who is now here for revenge against Charlie and Peter Vincent.  So don’t go into this expecting a classic like the original but just go in and hope to at least enjoy it on a campy level.  Enjoy!

 

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Talk Without Rhythm Podcast - Episode 233: Clerks (1994), Empire Records (1995), and Santo contra la hija de Frankenstein (1971)

This week on Talk Without Rhythm I’m joined by DZPN head-honcho Bryan. We’re breaking out the flannel and cranking up the Sponge as we indulge in some 90s-fueled nostalgia with 1994′s Clerks and 1995′s Empire Records. We also continue my El Año Del Santo with 1971′s Santo contra la hija de Frankenstein.

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[00:00] INTRO/Audible Plug

[02:11] GGTMC Promo

[02:47] RANDOM CONVERSATION

[37:39] Santo contra la hija de Frankenstein (1971)

[48:46] Clerks (1994)

[01:26:58] Empire Records (1995)

[01:54:05] FEEDBACK

[01:59:50] Ending Music: Can’t Even Tell by Soul Asylum

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Buy Empire Records
Take Control of the DZPN

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