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Welcome to the fourth episode of The Nothing Shocking Podcast. On this episode Bob went and covered Rob Zombie’s Great American Nightmare Haunted House as well as his concert. We also chat with Justin Murr, promoter of the upcoming Rock n Skull Festival which you can get tickets to right here: http://www.tickettailor.com/checkout/view-event/id/20089/chk/a11a
Our Albums of the Week are:
Glenn Tipton – Baptizm of Fire
Hanoi Rocks – Two Steps to the Move
The Steepwater Band – Grace and Melody
Welcome to the first episode of Nothing Shocking Podcast. On this episode we talk about the Dee Snider/Paul Stanley feud. We asked our audience what albums changed their lives. Some of the albums include Pink Floyd’s The Wall, Kiss Alive II, Kiss’ Music From the Elder, Planet Drum by Mickey Hart, The Cult’s Sonic Temple and Bon Jovi’s Slippery When Wet.
Our Albums of the Week include:
The Giuntini Project IV, Mollo & Martin The Cage 3
The Guess Who – American Woman
Paul Thorn – Too Blessed to Be Stressed
Welcome to the I Hate Critics Podcast. This episode only one new movie came out and I don’t know why it came out so we had to scramble to fill time. Sean had been sitting on this idea of a Fantasy Movie Draft so we spend the first half of the podcast drafting movies for the fall and winter box office and award season, so be sure to check our Facebook page for results of that.
The movie that came out this week is called “The Identical” and it is perhaps one of the worst ideas I’ve ever heard. I don’t know how this movie was made let alone released…theatrically, but it was and you have to hear Sean praise this movie.
Because there was only one movie we doubled up on our segments and did a Does it Hold Up film with ‘Forrest Gump” and a Defend It film “Cabin Fever.” I (Bob) liked “Cabin Fever” but I was alone and we all despised “Forrest Gump”
Horrible Bosses 2
The Best of Me
Monsters: Dark Continent
VH1 Classic’s centerpiece in original programming “That Metal Show” had returned for its 13th season. The acclaimed hard rock/heavy metal talk show, hosted by Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine, kicked off the latest season on January 18, 2014.
This season will mark some monumental changes for the show as it returns to New York City. Previously, the show was taped over several days of one week out at Sony Studios in Los Angeles. The new season will be shot at Metropolis Studios on Tuesday nights for broadcast that Saturday. Season 13 will also consist of 12 new episodes, making it the longest season in the show’s history. Fans can also catch the complete season 12 and brand new exclusive bonus clips at ThatMetalShow.VH1.com and in the new VH1 app. New episodes of season 13 will launch on the web and in the app every Sunday morning following the show’s on-air premiere.
Jason and Bob got the chance to chat with comedian Don Jamieson about the upcoming season of “That Metal Show,” The Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, Kiss and his upcoming stand up CD “No Life till Laughter.”
This season will see the return of some our favorite segments “TMS TOP 5,” “The Throw Down,” “Put It On The Table,” and the fans favorite, “Stump The Trunk.” The set will also be graced by rock and metal legends that will perform as one-man house bands throughout each new episode.
This Sesaon the boys welcome Zakk Wylde, M. Shadows of Avenged Sevenfold, Five Finger Death Punch, Alter Bridge, Mick Mars from Motley Crue, Ted Nugent, The Winery Dogs, Peter Criss & Ace Frehley, Morgan Rose from Sevendust, Al Jourgensen of Ministry and many more.
Welcome to The I Hate Critics Podcast. This week we talk “The Hobbit,” “A Madea Christmas” and “Nebraska.” We mostly talk about “The Hobbit” though. Let me rephrase that, Josh and Sean mostly talk about “The Hobbit” while I take a nap and cough into the microphone from time to time. Also “Nebraska” is really good, but you’re probably not going to see it.
Our Undisputed Classic was “African Queen.” Humphrey Bogart won a life time achievement award for this film. If any self respected actor gave the performance Mr. Bogart gave, they’d be run out of town. We’ve all seen it. I struggle to describe this movie when Josh swoops in to save the day.
In 1983 “Silkwood” and “Gorky Park” came out. If you’re going to go back and check out some movies from 1983, these are two great movies to start with. “Silkwood” is one of Meryl Streep’s more underestimated performances. It’s a heart breaking movie. “Gorky Park” has a terrible name, but it’s good too. On a side note Bon Jovi took a band named Gorky Park under their wing in the late 80’s but that didn’t last long.
Our Trailers are:
“Edge of Tomorrow”
“The Knights of Badassdom”
“The Fantastic Fear of Everything”