The Cinema Sewer Podcast (film)







May 2017
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Cinema Sewer Podcast #009: The Music Episode

In this episode, Robin shares some of his musical loves and inspirations! Music is the beauty that soothes the savage beast, and sometimes it's the savage beast that tosses the beauty off a 20 story building! That's what's so cool about it, man! Music for every occasion! This is occasion is the Cinema Sewer podcast, and we're serving up a bowl of musical potato salad with all kinds of oddities sprinkled in like bacon bits and celery. This is what you need for right now, friends. This is the soundtrack for your Cinema Sewer experience.


01 Armando Trovajoli - Kinky Peanuts

02 Trans-X - Living On Video

03 Trailer - The Caddie

04 The Staple Singers - Let's Do It Again

05 Jigsaw - Sky High [Main Theme]

06 Hello, Miss Martin (From Vista Valley PTA)

07 Sellorekt; LA Dreams - The Final Stretch

08 Tangerine Dream - Betrayal (Sorcerer Theme)

09 Personals Ad

10 Tony Newman - Soulthing

11 Ike & Tina Turner - Contact High

12 Radio Felch

13 M83 - Echoes Of Mine

14 Gianni Ferrio - Soliloquio (Original Film Version)

15 Trailer - Trip With The Teacher

16 Arty Fufkin - Crazy Logic

17 Dragon Sound - Friends

18 Trailer - Fists Of Fury

19 Flocked Christmas Tree

20 Piero Umiliani - Open Space (from Baba Yaga)

21 Lucio Fulci's Message To His Fans

22 Goblin - Zombie Creeping Flesh

23 Trailer - Centerfold Girls

24 Sniff 'N' the Tears - Driver's Seat

25 Toni McVey - Sex World (1977)

26 Trailer - Naughty Stewardesses

27 Francesco De Masi - New York One More Day

28 Kenji Kawai - Log Off

29 Martha Stewart's Paddlin'

30 Tom Holkenborg AKA Junkie XL - Brothers In Arms (Extended Version)

31 Jean Pierre Pouret - Stephania

32 Ad Outtake - Go Suction Yourself

33 Trailer - The Bummer

34 Siouxsie & the Banshees - The Ghost In You

Direct download: Cinema_Sewer_009_-_The_Music_Episode.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 8:57am EDT

Cinema Sewer Podcast #008: Women In Prison

Jailed for a crime they didn't commit, Tim and Robin record this episode from the bowels of a dank women's prison, where they take a break from all that showering with the foxy inmates to cool their heels and fantasize about freedom! While they're doing that, they discuss the movie shown to the prisoners that week, Gerry DeLeon's 1971 ode to perversion, WOMEN IN CAGES! Bonus fun: Once free to watch movies on his own time, Tim reviews the 1989 French film 3615 Code Père Noël. Won't you listen in? WON'T YOU?

Direct download: Cinema_Sewer_008_-_Women_In_Prison.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 8:37am EDT

Cinema Sewer Podcast #007: Colin Upton & Comics Adaptations

It's our longest, veiniest, most tumescent release yet!  In this episode, renowned indie comics legend and international raconteur Colin Upton stops by to help Robin & Tim discuss some of the best comics-to-film adaptations ever.  HEAR: Tim & Robin trying to shoehorn silly accents into every other sentence.  SWOON: As our guest simulates a nasal cavity search in surround sound!  THRILL TO: A gratuitous sales promo at the end!  This is everything you ever hoped for from an overdue 7th episode, and more.  If loving this episode is wrong, I don't want to be right.  See dealer for details.  Kids, ask your parent or guardian's permission before snorting this audio.

Direct download: Cinema_Sewer_007_-_Colin_Upton__Comics_Adaptations.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 9:20pm EDT

Cinema Sewer Podcast #006: Bikers and Sumos

Hey you squealin' piggies! The Sewer Soldiers Gang are here and it's time for a club meeting! Two of their scummy members, Robbin' Boug and Tim Raisin' Hul-sizer (or just “Razor” for short) are here to ride their hogs and snarl about movies! This episode finds the two disreputable scumbags slinging hash about the vintage biker epic ANGELS AS HARD AS THEY COME, but that's not all. There's all kinds of other fun in this installment of the Cinema Sewer podcast: the gents run down each of their top 5 movies by female directors, Tim reviews the Japanese sports comedy SUMO DO SUMO DON'T, and Robin hips you to the news on his latest magazine, comics and book publishing exploits!

Direct download: Cinema_Sewer_006_-_Favorite__Films_By_Female_Directors.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 12:08am EDT

Cinema Sewer Podcast #005: The Most Awkward Cinematic Nude Scenes Ever

Well hey there youngblood, whatcha doing?  Peeping at some heavenly bodies through the old telescope I see...Sorry, what were you asking about?  That comet up there?  Oh, that's no comet at all, it's those stargazing Cinema Sewer boys, sowing their wild oats throughout the galaxy on the Satellite Of Lust.  They've traveled the spaceways to find some cosmic films and now they're back to tell the tale.

In this episode the lads discuss a few of the most squirm-inducing nude scenes in the history of movies, the kind of nudity that makes you cringe while your genitals twinge.  Then Robin shares his thoughts on American filmmaker and film distributor Radley Metzger.  Strap on your helmet and climb aboard.

Direct download: Cinema_Sewer_005_-_Awkward_Nude_Scenes.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 3:51pm EDT

Cinema Sewer Podcast #004: Mixtapes & Video Bootlegging

There is a legend, a legend of two men -- if you can call them that -- who lived in the olllllld west and made a podcast out of wood, rocks, and clover honey. How? Well, it was the 1800's, so it was lacking in some technical ways, but goddamn it, spend a little less time "how"ing and a little more time "wow!"ing! Yep, roll your tumbleweeds on over, and set your frilly daisycrumpets down for a thrilling installment of the Cinema Sewer podcast, where Cinema Sewer magazine author Robin Bougie and sinister cowpoke Tim Hulsizer rustle up some movie and counterculture-type yarns for yer listening pleasures. 

This episode finds those filth-desperadoes going on about the 1970s Gorilla-rape adult movie from Canada -- Sexcula, an angry visit from Allen Pacino, a recollection of tape-trading and VHS bootleggers, and an inside look at the way Bougie has spent his adult life wrestling with Feminism and how it relates to fantasy.

Direct download: Cinema_Sewer_004_-_Mixtapes__Video_Bootlegging.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 5:28pm EDT

Cinema Sewer Podcast #003: Interview with Joe Rubin

Tim and Robin are in their sweaty man-cave again, and this time they've got Vinegar Syndrome's Joe Rubin with them! It ain't easy being sleazy, but these best buds bring the noise with jovial babble and stories about vintage adult director Hal Freeman, pumpkin festivals, and a special appearance from a major superstar celeb and his drunk pal! You won't ever want to leave, but you will indeed get kicked out when we get tired of you. Go sleep in your own bed!

Direct download: Cinema_Sewer_episode_003.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 12:28am EDT

Cinema Sewer Podcast #002

Look out, them Cinema Sewer boys are at it again!  This time they're taunting the law with the first Mail Or Female segment, reading 200 proof letters from listeners.  Then their secret, backwoods still overflows with a barrel of Five Films They Love That Everyone Else Hates.  And just before you black out from all the fun, don't miss Robin's look back at the TV movie "Children of Times Square."  Yee haw, this episode is a real humdinger!

Direct download: Cinema_Sewer_episode_002.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 7:21am EDT

Cinema Sewer Podcast #001

Everyone needs to start somewhere, and we're starting here! Cinema Sewer the zine -- and the book series -- has now transformed into Cinema Sewer the podcast! Join Robin Bougie and Tim Hulsizer as they boyishly babble about classic porn, 1980s cult films, vintage grindhouse cinema, horror, and other intimate aspects of trashy genre film making from yesteryear!

In this first episode, Tim and Robin discuss their humble beginnings as human beings who love movies, and *oh* the fun they have! The little dog pooped to see such fun. Yes he did. You'll find out all kinds of crap you couldn't care less about. The blood-soaked kung-fu classic from the mighty Shaw Brothers, 1973's Street Gangs From Hong Kong, is also dissected in intimate detail, and served up on a paisley platter of violent ass-whuppage.

Where do the boys go from here? Listen in on their conversation as if you were an ugly hairy pervert outside their door, and find out!

Direct download: cinema_sewer_001.mp3
Category:Film -- posted at: 11:05pm EDT