WHINE & CHEESE 3: THE MOON IS DOWN / KEEPING THE FAITH

Whine & Cheese / Episode 3: Joey and Mike confess their appreciation for all things Edward Norton and Jenna Elfman (though they can’t stop calling her Dharma) with this sermon of an episode as they tackle a faith-based pairing this week. They ponder the question: what’s up with Chris Carrabba’s face now? Look it up, something’s just off. The Whine: Further Seems Forever – The Moon Is Down (2001) The Cheese: Keeping The Faith (2000) Whine & Cheese: A Podcast About Whiny Records and Cheesy Movies began in Spring 2018. It is a love letter to all things whiny and
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BLACK SUN DISPATCHES: Season 2, Episode 6: Red Eyes, Part 1

Welcome back to the city beneath the black sun. Found in a dark world, surrounded by an endless desert filled with countless threats, a man has forged a kingdom out of madness, and will do anything to keep it standing. But madness has a way of taking back its own, especially in a strange and hostile land where terror and wonder wait behind every corner. Not all the evil that prowls the city beneath the black sun began there. Long have there been legends of spirits that move, as silent and unseen as the wind across your face, spirits that
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THE MANDATE Episode 30: Say Your Prayers, THE NUN Has Been Conjured

As much as I love horror and the macabre and typically participate throughout the entire year, I’m a pretty firm believer of keeping real Halloween celebrations during the month of October, so as to not burn myself out and ruin the holiday for myself. However, with summer being considered over at the conclusion of Labor Day weekend, the spooky season has officially arrived for a lot of people. So, it’s fitting that we start off with a horror review: the much hyped The Conjuring 2 spinoff, The Nun. For those keeping score, this is the 2nd spinoff from the series after the, so far,
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CINEPUNX Episode 85: DRUGSTORE COWBOY/ MY OWN PRIVATE IDAHO

HAIL AND WELL MET PUNKERS! We have returned for yet another uproarious episode of your favorite film and punk related podcast, CINEPUNX! On this magical episode, we begin a journey with a filmmaker who we are both largely unfamiliar with, Gus Van Sant! We spend some time discussing the films we know and the ones we don’t, but most of this episode we focus on two of his early films Drugstore Cowboy and My Own Private Idaho! Our opening song for this episode is the B-52s and our break song is the band Fucked Up! Check both of them out
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WHINE & CHEESE 2: BLUE ALBUM / BLUE CRUSH

Whine and Cheese / Episode 2: Joey and Mike think they’ve got what it takes to take on the deep BLUE waves of Pipe. We’re goin’ surfin’, we’re goin’ surfin’.   The Whine: Weezer – Blue Album (1994) The Cheese: Blue Crush (2002) Whine & Cheese: A Podcast About Whiny Records and Cheesy Movies began in Spring 2018. It is a love letter to all things whiny and cheesy from Rites of Spring to Hawthorne Heights, Varsity Blues to Fifty First Dates, and everything in between. Listen as the pairing of Joey Breeding and Mike Paulshock mix and match two
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WHINE & CHEESE 1: AMERICAN FOOTBALL / VARSITY BLUES

Whine and Cheese / Episode 1: Joey and Mike tackle a pairing of football themed whine & cheese. Join them for the kickoff in this inaugural episode.   The Whine: American Football – s/t LP (1999) The Cheese: Varsity Blues (1999) Whine & Cheese: A Podcast About Whiny Records and Cheesy Movies began in Spring 2018. It is a love letter to all things whiny and cheesy from Rites of Spring to Hawthorne Heights, Varsity Blues to Fifty First Dates, and everything in between. Listen as the pairing of Joey Breeding and Mike Paulshock mix and match two of life’s
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THE MANDATE Episode 29: Getting Vulgar With the Puppets of THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS

Good day, friends. ‘Tis I, your host with the most, John Wren, back with another installment of The Mandate. Returning this week for another gamble is drummer extraordinaire, Jon Martello. You might remember him from our thrashing of Insidious: The Last Key. This week, or should I say last week, we risked our better judgment to see the Melissa McCartney led The Happytime Murders. Despite the lawsuit with Sesame Street over the “No Sesame. All Street” tagline, there seemed to be relatively little fanfare about this film. I believe I saw only one trailer make its rounds on the internet, and
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HORROR BUSINESS Episode 46: Our EVIL DEAD-isode Featuring John Wren

Greetings, and welcome back to Horror Business. We have one awesome episode in store for you guys. On this episode we’re discussing Sam Raimi’s EVIL DEAD franchise and we’re joined by fellow Cinepunk and all around hooligan John Wren from The Mandate podcast. First and foremost we want to give a shoutout to our sponsors over at Lehigh Valley Apparel Creations, the premiere screen-printing company of the Lehigh Valley. Chris Reject and his merry band of miscreants are ready to work with you to bring to life your vision of a t-shirt for your business, band, project, or whatever else
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BLACK SUN DISPATCHES: Season 2, Episode 5: My Body is a Cage

Welcome back to the city beneath the black sun. Found in a dark world, surrounded by an endless desert filled with countless threats, a man has forged a kingdom out of madness, and will do anything to keep it standing. But madness has a way of taking back its own, especially in a strange and hostile land where terror and wonder wait behind every corner. Not every good deed gets rewarded. If you’re Terry, and you’ve just risked your life to save the entire city from a giant rampaging monster, your “Thank You” is watching your best friend die, your
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THE MANDATE Episode 28: The Mandate Gets Devoured by THE MEG

Alright Mandaters, I’m back from my mini hiatus that involved me doing an Ironman, which is something I suggest only for other crazy people. But now that I’m done with that, I’m ready to tackle some films for you so that you can either get hyped or avoid them. Unfortunately, we’ll be going with the latter on this episode (which I’m way late on posting) as The Mandate went into the deep blue sea to take on the Jason Statham led The Meg. To get right to it, it’s not good. Joining me on this excursion is previous The Mandate guest (see:
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