CINEPUNX Episode 61: Talking Ken Russell Films with Josh Goldbloom @joshgoldbloom

 

TALLY HO CHAPS, AND WELCOME TO ANOTHER ROUSING EPISODE OF YE OLDE CINEPUNX!

On this thrilling installment we sat down with the true God, Josh Goldbloom, founder of The Awesome Fest, Bruce Campbell Horror Film Fest, programmer extraordinaire, and dude we know from HXC shows from back in the day. We discussed

 

THE DEVILS

 

CRIMES OF PASSION

 

LAIR OF THE WHITE WORM

Josh was an awesome guest and a great sport as me and Josh A were in chatty, wildin out form, but he really put up with us and we had a great discussion

 

As stated earlier our episode focus was the works of Ken Russell, specifically through three films. We talk to some extent about why these movies and why now, but mostly this topic happened kind of randomly. Before that we get into our usual Wack and On Track gimmick. There is a lot that gets discussed that I should link to, cause shit is sick, but I am lazy so I will just post this gem.

 

If you don’t know

now you know!

Josh is really great, a real friend, and an amazing programmer and event planner. Check out some of his past work at The Awesome Fest and Bruce Campbell Horror Film Fest

I know, my show notes are not nearly the immersive tour de force of our sister show HORROR BUSINESS where Justin Lore really makes them fun and funny and engaging, but you know what, I edited the show so this is what you get. Josh has a bunch of stuff coming up that is not announced yet, so we will add that stuff to the notes for this episode. So you know, check back and shit.

 

Thanks to everyone involved with keeping CINEPUNX awesome, most especially all of our PATREON subscribers

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Liam O'Donnell is co-creator and co-host of the Cinepunx podcast and Editor in Chief of the Cinepunx website. Liam has written about film, music, politics and faith for a variety of publications in real life and online. Despite his advanced age he can be seen moshing in the greater Philadelphia area, usually to a cover song. He can be seen sitting in the audience at the newest comic book film, the retro drive-in screening of a Fulci film, or catching a series of Jodorowsky films. Liam has worked in social services, events planning, arts curation, education, community organizing, faith communities, and scooping ice cream. He has worked with festivals like This Is Hardcore Fest and The Awesome Fest. Despite all these things, Cinepunx is definitely the coolest thing he has ever done.
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