CINEPUNX Episode 95: Larry Cohen Tribute (BLACK CAESAR and GOD TOLD ME TO)


Hey friends, we have finally returned to you after far too long away to bring you another fantastic episode of your favorite semi-regular podcast, CINEPUNX!

On this episode Josh and I decided to talk about one of our favorite genre directors in the wake of his passing, Larry Cohen. We spend some time discussing which of his films we encountered first, what we love about his movies, and then get down to it with two specific films

That is right, we are talking 1973’s Black Caesar and 1976’s God Told Me To

We also spend time on our usual gimmicks, including WACK AND ON TRACK!

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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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