Episodes

Turn off your engines because the show's about to start. Welcome back to another season of Projexploitation! We kick off this season with Dead End Drive-In from 1986. A great Ozploitation classic from Brian Trenchard-Smith that asks the age-old question: what if a fascist regime set up concentration camps in desolate drive-in movie theaters. 

TIMECODES:

00:00:00 / An excerpt from "Crabs" by Peter Carey, read by Heidi Schultz

00:01:51 / Theme Song

00:03:11 / Episode Start

00:08:42 / Film discussion: Dead End Drive-In (1986)

00:53:22 / Intermission

00:54:31 / 2nd excerpt from "Crabs" by Peter Carey, read by Heidi Schultz

00:56:14 / Film discussion continues

01:39:01 / Segment: The A-List

 

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Happy hell-idays, everybody! Christmas may be in the past, but the yuletide spirit is still alive and well in our hearts. Listen for an in-depth discussion of Bob Clark's BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974) and for Dan to finally drop his long-underground festive rap remix of a holiday classic. What more could you ask for this holiday season?

TIMECODES:

00:00:00 / A poem by Claire C Holland (From "I Am Not Your Final Girl, link to purchase book here)

00:01:26 / Theme Song

00:02:42 / Episode Start

00:10:24 / Film discussion: Black Christmas (1974)

01:02:20 / Intermission

01:03:28 / Film discussion continues

01:51:36 / Segment: The A-List

 

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Franco, my dear... I don't give a damn. On this episode, we discuss Jesus Franco's delirious VAMPYROS LESBOS! It has everything: vampires, lesbians, and vampirish lesbians! If this episode seems too long, a little all over the place, and uncomfortably sexual... well, that's Jess Franco, baby!

TIMECODES:

00:00:00 / "Previously On"

00:00:41 / Theme Song

00:01:57 / Episode Start, an ode to Stephen Thrower

00:12:55 / Jess Franco overview

00:25:01 / Film discussion: Vampyros Lesbos

01:04:41 / Intermission

01:05:50 / Film discussion continues

02:13:55 / Segment: The A-List

 

Music heard in the show come from: 

Minutemen

Apocalypse Cow

 

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Audio obscured in the opening, Jess Franco style:

"The creative aspect in a movie comes from the director, not because he's seen as an intellectual guide on the set, but because he acts humanly & responsibly & gives a personnal point of view. Any director is always an auteur. Of course, if he's a bad director, he's a bad auteur. It's his point of view that matters. So in that sense, I think that I am an auteur, maybe a very bad one, but I don't discuss that. Voilà!"
— Jess Franco, interview on "Neurosis" (aka "Revenge In The House of Usher") conducted by Obscure437 [2008]

Nick and Dan hit the interstellar highway with Stuart Gordon at the wheel, as we look at 1996's Space Truckers. 

TIMECODES:

00:00:00 / "Previously On"

00:01:22 / Theme Song

00:02:40 / Episode Start, and a few words about Rudy Giuliani

00:16:05 / Film Discussion: Space Truckers

00:49:36 / Intermission

00:50:46 / Film discussion continued

01:30:12 / Segment: The A-List

 

Pictures of works by Ashley Bickerton, the artist referenced by Dan in the episode:

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Music heard in the show come from: 

Minutemen

Apocalypse Cow

 

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Nick and Dan dive into the dreamlike Bad Girls Go to Hell, made by Doris Wishman, the queen of Sexploitaiton. Get ready for post-sync-sound, black and white photography, and vaguely Godardian edits in this hallmark 'roughie' that dares to suggest that maybe, just maybe being a woman is pure hell.

TIMECODES:

00:00:00 / Doris Wishman interview on Conan O'Brien

00:02:14 / Theme Song

00:03:28 / Show Start - "A Trip to the Drive-In"

00:18:10 / Sexploitation overview & FIlm Discussion: "Bad Girls Go to Hell"

00:57:00 / Intermission

00:58:05 / Film discussion continued

01:22:10 / Segment: The A-List

 

Music heard in the show come from: 

Minutemen

Apocalypse Cow

 

Audio clip comes from "Episode #9.87" of Late Night With Conan O'Brien (first aired 3/7/2002)

 

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Hosts Dan and Nick go camping and find themselves in an abandoned hospital being run by vampire aliens who bear a striking resemblance to John Carradine, Julie Newmar, and Tina Louise. We check to see if there are any signs of life in Mardi Rustam's EVILS OF THE NIGHT from 1985.

 

Timecodes:

00:00:00 / Intro

00:05:42 / Film discussion: Evils of the Night

01:06:49 / Segment: The A-List

 

Music heard in the show come from: 

Minutemen

Apocalypse Cow

 

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Welcome to the inaugural episode of Projexploitation! We kick off this podcast with a classic, DEATH RACE 2000 from director Paul Bartel and producer Roger Corman. Following the main review on the film, we also debut a new segment: The A-List!

 

Timecodes:

00:00:00 / Intro (Passage from Ib Melchior's "The Racer") and Projexploitation Theme Song

00:04:26 / Introductions & 'exploitation' overview

00:24:36 / Film discussion: DEATH RACE 2000

01:30:00 / Segment: The A-List

 

Music heard in the show come from: 

Minutemen

Apocalypse Cow

 

Listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and wherever podcast feeds are pulled. Rate/review our podcast wherever you listen to it, to help us out. We appreciate your support!

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