Podcast episodes

  • Season 1

  • Interview with Brit Elders

    Interview with Brit Elders

    The Truth is Out There In this episode I interview Brit Elders on the Release of the UFO…Contact from the Pleiades Volumes I & II (45th Anniversary Edition) by Lee Elders, Brit Elders and Thom Welch. Together they researched photographs taken by Billy Meier who claimed to have frequent visits with aliens from the Pleiades. Originally they thought it would take a day to label the photos as fakes. Eight years later they could not help to come to the conclusion that they were real. The book and documentary show the compelling evidence that verifies their findings. A compelling book to read, with spectacular photos, in present time as the government releases their own UFO files. Is it absurd to believe we are alone or is it absurd to believe we are not? I guess that depends on each individual. Give it a listen and see where you land. Here are links for more information. Brit Elders https://britelders.com/ Beyond Words Publishing https://beyondword.com/ UFO…Contact from the Pleiades Volumes I & II (45th Anniversary Edition) https://beyondword.com/collections/hardcover-books/products/ufo-contact-from-the-pleiades-45th-anniversary-edition-volumes-i-ii UFO...Contact from the Pleiades: A Documentary Film https://beyondword.com/search?type=product,page,article&q=UFO

  • Cults in the Arts Part One

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    Cults in the Arts Part One

    Explicit

    Part One where Patrick Bracken, Andrea Wolanin and Skip Shea explore the meaning of “Cults” in the arts. What is a cult movie? How is it defined? Does it extend into music like with Bruce Springsteen's SpringNuts and Taylor Swift's Swifts? Join us as we stammer our way in trying to define Cults in the Arts. Or do we just get more confused the deeper we go? Plus another shout out to JimMcDonough. Is he becoming the Matt Damon to our Jimmy Kimmel? Join us and find out.

  • 2024 Mass Indie Film Festival Interviews Part 2

    2024 Mass Indie Film Festival Interviews Part 2

    Patrick Bracken continues interviewing filmmakers from the 2024 edition of the Mass Indie Film Festival. Joining him for this episode are: Gabrielle Rosson She, Who Dared (Short) April 28 Block Two: Shorts Program at the Hilton 12:30PM Austin Smagalski To Die Alone (Feature) April 26 Block One: To Die Alone at the Hilton 12:30PM Jenny Herzog Hear Me (Feature Length Doc) April 26 Block Thee: Feature Docs at the Hilton 5:30PM David Camlin We Are the Warriors (Feature Length Doc) April 26 Block Thee: Feature Docs at the Hilton 5:30PM Get Tickets here: https://filmfreeway.com/theMassachusettsIndependentFilmFestival/tickets

  • 2024 Mass Indie Film Festival Interviews Part 1

    2024 Mass Indie Film Festival Interviews Part 1

    Patrick Bracken interviews five directors who will have their movies screen at this years Mass Indie Film Fest! Sharon Grace Badia Director of A is for Alice (Feature) World Premiere on April 24th at starlite in Southbridge 7:00PM Lauren Leger Director of How to Clean: An ADHD Story (Short) Screening on April 25th at starlite in Southbridge 7:00PM Lauren Musgrove Director of Ugly Sweater (Feature) Screening on April 27th at the Hilton Garden Inn in Worcester 5:30PM Billie Frank Smith Director of Apophenia (Short) Screening on April 28th at the Hilton Garden Inn in Worcester 3:00PM Theadora Shorrock Nedvins Director of Another You (Short) Screening on April 27th at the Hilton Garden Inn in Worcester 12:30PM Full lineup can be found on the Shawna Foundation Website. https://www.shawnafoundation.org/mass-indie-2024-schedule Tickets can be purchased on FilmFreeway. https://filmfreeway.com/theMassachusettsIndependentFilmFestival/tickets

  • Interview with Luigi Cozzi

    Interview with Luigi Cozzi

    We traveled to Rome Italy and sat down for a brief conversation with cult film director Luigi Cozzi in his Profondo Rosso store and talked about his movies, what is a cult movie, the future of filmmaking and a little advice to filmmakers today. It's always fun to sit down with our friend Luigi Cozzi! You can find Luigi Cozzi's movies on Amazon, Severin and most other movie retail stores. You can find his books on Amazon. He's a terrific film historian, you'll definitely want to check some out. And here is a link to find out more about the Profondo Rosso store! A must stop if you are ever in Rome. Or you can shop from home! To learn more about the history of VIPCO, who helped distribute some of the best titles in the history of cult cinema. Here is an article from the Reprobate by David Flint about Vipco's history. Vipco has since returned and is releasing new genre titles. Full disclosure, one of them is mine.