Hi all!

Liam is currently moving his family to a new state (with, presumably, the cops hot on his tail), and we planned ineffectively so didn’t have an episode ready this week. Instead, we’ve decided to throw up one of the fine, FINE podcasts available on the Cinepunx Network: Horror Business – also featuring Liam O’Donnell as well as Justin Lore.

If you dig it, be sure to check out more of Horror Business at http://www.cinepunx.com/podcast-episodes/horror-business/ or subscribe on iTunes at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/horror-business/id1078298109.

And also check out the full array of Cinepunx podcasts (including Cinema Smorgasbord) at http://www.cinepunx.com/.

We’ll be back again soon with our regularly scheduled content. LOVE YOU!

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On this week’s Whatever Happened To Vic Diaz? we look at Vic’s final film: the somewhat controversial Yamashita: The Tiger’s Treasure from 2001! Enjoy the exciting(?) exploits of Jobert and his grandfather as they track down trillions in gold hidden by the Japanese during WWII, while an aged Japanese general (played by Vic Diaz) is hot on their trail. Except it’s much worse than that sounds! Let’s check it out.

Watch Yamashita: The Tiger’s Treasure on Amazon Prime!

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It’s PRAISING KANE, and after three episodes we are ready for a film that features more than two minutes of Carol Kane on-screen. Thankfully, William Fruet’s WEDDING IN WHITE delivers a strong lead performance from Kane, who is surrounded by some heavy-hitters (including Donald Pleasence)! While this Canadian drama is somewhat obscure, despite having won Best Feature Film at the 1972 Canadian Film Awards, it’s really well made, affecting and often depressing as hell. LISTEN TO US TALK ABOUT IT!

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Put the bunny down and listen to the latest episode of How Do You Do, Fellow Kids?: The Films of Steve Buscemi! This time we’re looking at one of Buscemi’s most high profile roles, the action blockbuster CON AIR from 1997 starring Nicolas Cage, John Cusack and John Malkovich! We chat about summer movies, look at Steve Buscemi’s ten favorite films and go off on many more trademark tangents. Check it out!