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JUNGLE GATE VOL. IV

Many moons ago, the notorious ex-horror journalist Dave Pace joined me for a trilogy of Cinephobia Radio Special Presentations collectively known as Jungle Gate, an intensive and excruciating examination of the ill-advised and ill-fated marketing campaign for Blumhouse Productions’ epic cannibal flop, The Green Inferno.

At the conclusion of Vol. III, we promised there was more to the story. We weren’t kidding! So for the handful of devoted Cinephobiacs who demanded it, here’s the next chapter in the never-ending, comically tragic saga of Jungle Gate: the wild & wacky misadventures of Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno!

A word to the wise: this episode comes with a very serious Nipple Dipper Trigger Warning that’s not to be taken lightly! If you truly believe in your heart and soul that all good horror journalists should do their best to mimic their mainstream news media counterparts and dutifully reprint studio press releases without applying any interceding, critical thought processes, then don’t just walk away from this episode, WRIGGLE away from it as fast as you can slime.

Slooshy well my little droogies.

Slooshy well!

:- FDBK

‘Right Click’ (PC) or ‘CTRL-Click’ (Mac) here to download a copy to your hard drive.

Discuss this episode on The Mortuary or Chonebook. Or send an email to info @ cinephobia-radio.com.

p.s. If you missed the original trilogy, don’t fret, Volume IV can be ingested à la carte, but if you’re still craving some of the earlier offerings, you can dive into them here:

Jungle Gate Vol. I

http://www.dystopiafilms.com/jungle-gate-vol-i

Jungle Gate Vol. II

http://www.dystopiafilms.com/jungle-gate-vol-ii

Jungle Gate Vol. III

http://www.dystopiafilms.com/jungle-gate-vol-iii

THE HISTORY OF SUSPECT VIDEO – VOL. III

On Friday, January 27th at 7 p.m., Suspect Video and Culture will shut its doors for the last time, and with that, an epic chapter of Toronto’s film history comes to a melancholy close.

In the conclusion of my three part conversation with the owner of this legendary operation, Luis Ceriz meditates on the philosophy behind his approach to the business, the longtime employees who helped keep the ship afloat and the role of the video store in the future of the digital realm.

Viddy Well!

:- FDBK

Part One:
http://www.dystopiafilms.com/suspect-1/

Part Two:
http://www.dystopiafilms.com/suspect-2/

Website:
http://www.suspectvideo.ca

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/113993864856/?fref=nf

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/Suspectvideo

THE HISTORY OF SUSPECT VIDEO – VOL. II

Part two of my conversation with Luis Ceriz, owner of the legendary Suspect Video and Culture in Toronto.

In this segment, Luis discusses the fire of 2008 that burned down the Queen Street Store and Chris Colohan gives us a tour of the Markham Street location.

Suspect Video will close its doors at the end of 2016. Until then, all rental DVDs and VHS tapes are available to purchase for $2 each, so get down to 605 Markham Street and load up on some rare, unusual and dubious video treasures!

Viddy Well!

:- FDBK

Part one is available here:
http://www.dystopiafilms.com/suspect-1/

Queen Street Fire Footage by John Hanley:
http://www.johnhanleyphoto.com/

Website:
http://www.suspectvideo.ca

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/113993864856/?fref=nf

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/Suspectvideo

THE HISTORY OF SUSPECT VIDEO — VOL. I

In honour of International Independent Video Store Day, here’s part one of my conversation with Luis Ceriz, owner of the legendary Suspect Video and Culture in Toronto.

At the end of 2016, Suspect will permanently close its doors, thus obliterating a beloved cultural landmark and one of the most precious libraries of rare and unusual videos in the entire country.

Between now and then, they’re having some crazy closing sales so get down there and see what you can dig out of their vast archive of Blu-rays, DVDs and VHS tapes.

Happy Treasure Hunting!

:- FDBK

Website:
http://www.suspectvideo.ca

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/113993864856/?fref=nf

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/Suspectvideo

THE NOT-SO SUPER SUPERDELEGATES

This afternoon on the Ward and Al show on Sirius XM Canada , I previewed a number of films from the upcoming Hot Docs documentary film festival.

At the end of the segment, we got into the American Democratic Primaries, the controversial issue of the “SuperDelegates” and the REAL MATH going forward in the race, something you won’t find much discussion of in the mainstream media, or as Al likes to put it, the ‘lamestream’ media.

‘Right Click’ to download a copy here.

Tune into Ward & Al on the third Wednesday of every month at 3 PM for my documentary review segment.

Slooshy Well!

:- FDBK

Discuss these segments on The Mortuary or Chonebook.
Or send an email to info @ cinephobia-radio.com.