Look at me, Hector, and listen to a bonus interview of The Projection Booth with Mark Margolis.

Mr. Margolis looks back at his 40+ year career from The Opening of Misty Beethoven to "Columbo" to Scarface to The Cotton Club and more.

Hear the rest of the interview on our Requiem for a Dream episode.

Links:
Listen to our Opening of Misty Beethoven episode

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Special Guest: Oded Carmeli
Guest Co-Host: Yaniv Eidelstein

In Message from the Future (AKA Sheder Min Ha'Atid AKA שדר מן העתיד), a visitor from 3005 comes back to 1985 to encourage the world to engage in WWIII.

Written and directed by (and starring) poet and futurist David Avidan, the film is a remarkable science fiction odyssey.

Links:
Learn more about "Zion's Fiction"
Read about David Avidan by Eli Eshed
Learn more about Oded Carmeli
Visit the official Hava LeHaba website
Keep up with Yaniv Eidelstein
Be sure to LIKE An American Hippie in Israel
Listen to our American Hippie and Big Gus episodes

Music:
"I Feel Love" - Donna Summer
"Message from the Future" - Francesco Digilio Emiliano Borrelli
"Messages from the Future" - Harold Heath
"Radioactivity" - Kraftwerk
"Message from the Future" - DJ Emho
"Message for Tomorrow From the People of the Future" - Double U

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As part of the Geek Juice Media on-going director series, this month, it's Francis Ford Coppola.

Featuring: Alex Jowski, mister X and Mike White





Special Guest: Ashlie Atkinson
Guest Co-Host: John Kenneth Muir

In the future there will be no war. There will only be Rollerball.

Writer John Kenneth Muir joins us in our discussion of Norman Jewison's 1975 dystopian film, Rollerball wherein Jonathan E (James Caan) is a star in a game where individual achievement is a threat to the Corporate powers that be. We discuss the 2002 remake, and the two adult versions of the film(s).

We also talk to actress Ashlie Atkinson of the Gotham Girls about life as a present day roller girl.

Links:
Buy Rollerball on Blu-Ray
Buy Rollerball (2002) on DVD
Buy Rollerbabies on DVD
Buy Roller Balled on DVD
Buy The Mutations of Rollerball by William Harrison
Buy Roller Ball Murder by William Harrison
Buy Rollerball (the novelization) by William Harrison
Buy Rollerball: The Home Game
Buy Science Fiction and Fantasy Films of the 1970s by John Kenneth Muir
Visit the official John Kenneth Muir website
Visit the official Ashlie Atkinson Facebook page
Follow Ashlie Atkinson on Twitter
Visit the Gotham Girls website
Read The Evolution of Rollerball by JP Trostle

Music:
"Rollin' with a Rollergirl" - Uncle Leon & The Alibis
"Rollerball" - The Teens
"Jonathan E (Feeling Mean)" - Shiryu
"Toccata for Jonathan Redux" - Shiryu

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Mike was recently on the Kulture Shocked podcast talking about 2012 and The Day After Tomorrow.


Be sure to check them out at Kulture Shocked and enjoy this disaster pr0n below:



Special Guests: Geoff Murphy, Sam Pillsbury, Jonathan Rayner
Guest Co-Host: Keith Gordon

Zac Hobson (Bruno Lawrence) wakes at 6:12 one sunny morning to find that he may be the last man on Earth in The Quiet Earth, a compelling Kiwi film from director Geoff Murphy and writer/producer Sam Pillsbury.

We're joined by actor/writer/director Keith Gordon to discuss this post-Apocalyptic film.

Links:
Buy The Quiet Earth on DVD
Buy The Quiet Earth by Craig Harrison
le" Buy Cinema Journeys of the Man Alone: The New Zealand and American Films of Geoff Murphy by Jonathan Rayner
Buy more of Jonathan Rayner's books
Learn more about Geoff Murphy's films
Read more about Utu Redux
Visit the Pillsbury Wine Company website
Visit the New Zealand Film Commission website
Hear more Jonathan Rayner on our Manhunter episode
Hear more Keith Gordon on our Mother Night episode
Hear our Freejack episode

Music:
"Zac Takes Over" - John Charles
"The Effect Continues" - John Charles
"Last Love Scene" - John Charles
"Preaching The End Of The World" - Chris Cornell
"Sunrise" - John Charles

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We've been nominated for a Rondo Hatton Award. In previous years we've been usurped by the lovely plagiarist Lianne Spiderbaby and the now-defunct Rue Morgue podcast. Perhaps we'll have a shot this year.

This is a popularity contest. Please make us popular with your vote for us:

#23. BEST MULTIMEDIA: THE PROJECTION BOOTH

To see the rest of the nominations visit the Rondo Award website.

All voting is by email only. No, really.

Email your picks to David Colton -- taraco@aol.com

Deadline: Sunday 12:00 PM, April 19, 2015.

Special Guests: Steve De Jarnatt & O-Lan Jones
Guest Co-Host: David J. Moore

In Miracle Mile trombonist Harry Washello (Anthony Edwards) receives a random phone call, tipping him off that nuclear Armageddon is imminent. He works to get across Los Angeles to his new love, Julie (Mare Winningham), and to safety.

We talk about the Cold War, morning in America, and Apocalypse films with David J. Moore, author of World Gone Wild: A Survivor's Guide to Post-Apocalyptic Movies.

It's the end of the world as we know it.

Links:
Look for the Miracle Mile Blu-Ray at Kino-Lorber
Buy Miracle Mile by Walter Chaw
Buy David J. Moore's World Gone Wild: A Survivor's Guide to Post-Apocalyptic Movies
Visit O-Lan Jones's Overtone Industries
Hear Steve De Jarnatt on our Strange Brew episode

Music:
"Running out of Time" - Tangerine Dream
"All of a Dither" - Tangerine Dream
"So Afraid of the Russians" - Made for TV
"Gorba the Chief" - Sacher Musak
"Party at Ground Zero" - Fishbone

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