Monthly Archives February 2016

CINEPUNX Episode 46: Frank Pavich ( THE N.Y.H.C. DOCUMENTARY, JODOROWSKY’S DUNE)

Join us as we interview Frank Pavich, director of The N.Y.H.C. Documentary and Jodorowsky’s Dune!! Greetings and salutations faithful listeners, welcome to the latest and perhaps most charming episode, episode 46, of CINEPUNX! On this episode we were very lucky/honored/blessed even to sit down with director Frank Pavich. Do your remember, or have you seen, or have you heard the sound track for THE N.Y.H.C. DOCUMENTARY?? It is such a weird and awesome exploration of a moment in time, a scene in transition, and the ridiculous characters who populate that scene. The soundtrack was HUGE when I was about 16
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LOUD! FAST! PHILLY! Episode 24: Paul Bearer of Serial Killers

Paul Bearer of The Serial Killers with Mega Jimmy/May 13, 2013 Joseph A. Gervasi interviews Paul Bearer of the infamous Philly band The Serial Killers (with help from Mega Jimmy, also of the band). Paul talks punk, drugs, addiction, womanizing, infamy, Judiasm, rock ‘n’ roll, illegal activities, the Serial Killers offensive stage show, drug casualties, being “banned from Philadelphia,” and a helluva lot more. Photos By Karen Kirchhoff  
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CINEPUNX EPISODE 45: Talking Czech New Wave with Justin Miller (@hauntlove)

On this ILLUSTRIOUS episode we discuss DAISIES, THE CREMATOR, and VALERIE AND HER WEEK OF WONDERS with poster master mind and great friend of the show, Justin Miller (Hauntlove)!!!     This episode is a LONG ONE! Interesting that the number one complain Justin has about the show is that, at times, the WACK AND ON TRACK section of the show can run too long, and his was 45 minutes! That was AFTER I cut out a story about his old nick name “Fred Nasty” which was his old screen name on Centerfuse! The world is a weird place. We also
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LOUD! FAST! PHILLY! Episode 21: Chris Fry, Bull Gervasi, Joseph A. Gervasi of Cabbage Collective

Chris Fry, Bull Gervasi, Joseph A. Gervasi of Cabbage Collective/April 19, 2013 Guest interviewer Mike McKee interviews three members of The Cabbage Collective, a group of friends who put on DIY shows in Philadelphia throughout the 1990s (with origins in South Jersey in the late 1980s). Chris Fry, Bull Gervasi, and Joseph A. Gervasi talk about growing up in working class southern NJ; discovering punk; doing shows in an ethical manner at venues such as the Church at 48th and Baltimore, Stalag 13, the ACT-UP Space, and the First Unitarian Church; the changes in the scene over the years; what
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