About This Show
On 33% Pulp, hosts Linzi, Amber, and Daniel each read a different third of a pulp novel, then recap it over three episodes — piecing together the plot and laughing at the prose. Join us for tales of shirtless heroes, odd girls, and super awkward descriptions of sex.
Most Recent Episode
Night of the Eagle: Where Did This Human Skull Come From?
2 days ago
Our Conjure Wife coverage extends to three film adaptations that each take a very different approach to the original text. In this companion episode, Shelby and Jenni from the Wives' Tales podcast join Daniel and Linzi to discuss the 1962 adaptation "Burn, Witch, Burn" (aka "Night of the Eagle"). Of the three movies, this one has the highest production standards and men's trousers. The episode contains the Wives' Tales ladies dropping knowledge about witches, voodoo, special "nerve charms," and Trick-or-Treat etiquette. Reach out to our guests! Twitter: @wivestalespod Instagram: @wivestalespodcast -- Support the show: See the movie yourself! Buy through our link and we get a tiny kickback. -- Follow and chat with us on social media: Twitter: @33_Pulp Instagram: @33pulp Facebook: @33pulppage Web: 33pulp.com -- Credits: Logo adapted from Artemis Smith's cover for This Bed We Made. Audio Clips from Night of the Eagle / Burn, Witch, Burn (1962), dir. Sidney Hayers. Countdown sound effect by Mandy Mathy.
Episodes of This Show
4 days ago
Rated 5 out of
As far as I can tell, this is the only pulp novel podcast out there. The hosts are funny and have good chemistry. They each add something different to the story, which is fun. It's an easy and low-key listen.
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 5 out of
The topic is just a delivery method for LOLs
You don't even have to care about pulp fiction -- these books are ridiculous and the hosts make them funnier by making up euphemisms for body parts and derogatory terms that used to be ok to print back then. I love it.
Date published: 2017-11-26