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72 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
Eli Roth's Fin - Exposing The Horrors of Shark Hunting
Eli Roth returns to talk about his new horror film of sorts. This one’s a documentary called “Fin,” and it chronicles the horror that is the shark fin trade industry. It’s streaming now on Discovery+! Over 100,000,000 sharks are killed each year (that's 274,000 per day) primarily for one reason – to remove their fin to then make Shark Fin soup! It’s an atrocity that is leading sharks down a path to extinction, and Eli, along with the help of a couple of his A-list friends, Leonardo DiCaprio and actress Nina Dobrev, are trying to prevent that from happening. Eli talks about the plight of the sharks, and the horrific ways in which they’re being fished and killed, and puts to rest some common misconceptions about sharks (they’re not human predators and they definitely aren’t hunting human flesh)! He also speaks to the fishing tournaments in the US that are contributing to the shark’s demise, the huge disservice that the movie “Jaws” has done to plight of sharks, the way the fishing industry continues to exploit that to their advantage, and most importantly, what YOU can do to save the sharks… and the oceans! Go to FinTheMovie.com for information on how you can help, and how you can stream the documentary on Discovery+.
54 minutes | Jul 23, 2021
The Horrific Crimes Of The Cookbook Killer
Nathaniel Bar-Jonah is the Cookbook Killer, and his crimes are truly as gruesome as his name implies. Nathaniel was eventually convicted of kidnapping, torturing, murdering, and allegedly EATING his victims, all of whom were children! The case is crazy, and Nathaniel managed to evade justice for years! When authorities finally caught up to him, they discovered a recipe book for dishes made with human flesh, human bones, and a list of 100 children’s names (including some of his known victims). True Crimecast’s John and Jamie join to discuss the Cookbook Killer case, and explain how Bar-Jonah managed to evade capture for years, and the final straw that led to his arrest. They breakdown his personality traits and mannerisms, known and suspected crimes, and the circumstantial and hard evidence against him.
70 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
Ryan Nemeth Is A Heel
Ryan Nemeth says one short conversation with Tony Khan coupled with one order from Amazon is all it took to get the Wingmen up and running at AEW! It was getting to AEW that took the most time! Ryan explains how a birthday visit to his buddy, “Negative 1” (aka Brodie Jr), turned into the Dark match that led to him signing with AEW. Ryan talks about his training at both OVW and FCW, what he learned from Rip Rogers and Dusty Rhodes, his tenure at WWE, and his sort of abrupt release from the company. He speaks to his standup comedy career, his film and television career, touring with his brother Nick (aka WWE’s Dolph Ziggler), and the making of his award-winning short film, “Heel.”
51 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
Danhausen Has Teeth!
Danhausen has only been wrestling in human form for 5 or 6 years, but has been wandering the earth for centuries! He shares his journey to wrestling, and explains the jar of teeth he carries with him (what it means and who they belonged to). He talks about the horror films and characters that inspire his look, how he came up with the No Swearing catch phrase, and how his friendship with The Rock developed on twitter over tequila. Danhausen speaks to his love of Seinfeld and Conan O’Brien, and his close friendships with Orange Cassidy and Ethan Page. Plus, he remembers his short-lived stint as Donovan Danger, and debunks a myth or two about some wrestler guy named Santiago.
66 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Anthrax - 40 Years of New York Thrash
The core Anthrax lineup of Scott Ian, Charlie Benante, Frank Bello, and Joey Belladonna, are celebrating 40 years of Anthrax with some great stories about some of the pioneering highlights from their career. They hit on the Big 4 shows, their appearance on “Married With Children,” traveling on Iron Maiden’s plane with Bruce Dickinson piloting it, the making of the “Among The Living” and “Spreading The Disease” albums, and Joey Belladonna joining the band. They remember the infamous Roseland Ballroom gig that landed them their first major label deal along with Metallica and Raven, Scott Ian shaving his head and Charlie cutting off his hair when long hair was synonymous with metal. They speak to being first to wear board shorts and t-shirts onstage in a time of jean jackets and leather, and being the first to blend rock and rap in an ill-fated project with the Beastie Boys. Plus, they have stories from the new Anthrax 40 documentary, and give a sneak peak at what you can expect if you tune in to the Anthrax live stream event this Friday, July 16th at AnthraxLive.com.
76 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
The Atrocities of Graham James - Worst Scandal in NHL History
It’s the biggest sex scandal in hockey history, and it started in Canada’s famed junior hockey league, and arguably contributed to the death of Jay Macaulay, a former high school classmate of Chris Jericho’s who died of drug overdose in April. Winnipeg Free Press reporter Jeff Hamilton details the unbelievable story of disgraced ex-Western Hockey League coach Graham James, and how he was able to sexually abuse junior hockey league players (some who went on to become Stanley Cup winning NHL professionals) for years and years across multiple teams and territories. Jeff recounts all he uncovered in his years-long investigation into James including the multiple coverups and enabling by some of Canadian hockey’s top officials. Jeff shares the NHL players stories who came forward to ultimately take James down, and why the predator only served 18-months before being released to live his life.
72 minutes | Jul 7, 2021
Compiling The Complete List Of Jericho
“The Complete List of Jericho: 30 Years of Smashes, Matches, and Hits!” is finally here (and available at Jericho30.com), and AEW’s Alex Marvez and Pete Fornatale, who helped make the book a reality, join to reveal what it took to turn Jericho’s old notebook list of matches into an actual book with never-before-seen photos, Top 10 lists, and surprising stories from some of the biggest names in wrestling. Alex Marvez recounts how he collected tales from the likes of Brodie Lee, Kenny Omega, and Dave Meltzer, and why two of Chris’ oldest friends in the business, Lance Storm and Don Callis, weren’t included. Hear what inspired the title, the front cover, and the back cover, and what Rush, KISS and Metallica had to do with the book! Plus, Chris explains why he self-published book #5, and Alex and Pete list the things they plan to fix for the second printing!
77 minutes | Jul 2, 2021
CJ Perry Says Goodbye to Lana and WWE
CJ Perry was Lana in WWE, and after 8 years, she’s saying goodbye to the character and the company. She was recently let go by WWE, and no one was more surprised than her! She explains what happened, why she thinks it happened, and how it happened! She reveals the first call she made after receiving the news, what her final communication with Vince McMahon entailed, and why the whole termination process at WWE needs to change. She also shares how her real-life romance with now husband, Miro, affected her career, why she believes WWE broke up the Lana & Miro storyline at the height of its popularity, and what she owes Triple H, Road Dawg and Billy Gunn.
118 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
Canada Day Special - Strange Brew Watchalong with The Winnipeggers
The Winnipeggers are celebrating Canada Day with a special movie watchalong dedicated to all their fellow Canadians! Grab a drink and get your laugh on with “Strange Brew” (the first movie that a young Rybo ever saw in theaters)! It’s the story of Canada’s favorite hosers, Bob & Doug McKenzie, two characters created and played by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas for SCTV! Discover the backstory of Bob & Doug McKenzie, how and why this movie ever got made, who contributed to the hugely successful soundtrack, and the origins of some of the most popular Canadian slang!
91 minutes | Jun 25, 2021
Classic Album Clash - Ratt: Out Of The Cellar vs Invasion of Your Privacy
The Classic Album Clash is back, and this time it’s all about Ratt – “Out Of The Cellar” vs “Invasion of Your Privacy.” And joining in the track-by-track analysis and trivia fun are Tom and Zeus, the hosts of the “Shout Out Loud” podcast, and their friend Sonny. They talk album covers, production, songwriting and lyrics, and individual performances and contributions. They remember their first introductions to Ratt’s music, and seeing the band live. Plus, they discuss Stephen Pearcy as a frontman, why Ratt didn’t reach the same heights as Motley Crue or Bon Jovi, and the ultimately pick their favorite of the two classic albums.
67 minutes | Jun 23, 2021
The Creeping Death of the Chaos Project
AEW’s Chaos Project is Dr. Luther and Serpentico, and they share the story of how they were put together, what inspired their memorable entrance, and where Serpentico gets his supply of kabuki streamers! They explain their old school wrestling style, and why it works with everyone they wrestle including Penta & Fenix, the Varsity Blonds, and Dark Order. The two recount the infamous cake smashing spot at Negative One’s in-ring birthday party, what it was like cutting a promo on a kid, and the words Jake “The Snake” Roberts had for them afterwards in the locker room. They explain how their match with Jericho & Jake Hagar came together for Jericho’s 30th Anniversary Dynamite episode, being signed during a pandemic, and their first-ever match together as a team. Plus, Serpentico talks about growing up in Puerto Rico and training there, and what ultimately brought him to Florida and “Team 3D Academy” with Bubba & D’Von Dudley.
78 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Helloween's Best Time with Michael Kiske & Andi Deris
Helloween is back with a new album, “Helloween,” and two singers, original singer Michael Kiske, and Andi Deris who’s been with the band since Kiske’s departure in the 90s. Michael and Andi talk about forging the bond that enables them to be in the band together, what inspired the whole idea in the first place, how they determine vocal parts, where Kai Hansen fits into the vocal mix, the songwriting and creative process behind the new album, and their current live set list. Michael also speaks to the rumors that he was once asked to sing for Iron Maiden after Bruce Dickinson left, what he misses most about former Helloween drummer Ingo Schwichtenberg, and his favorite Helloween songs.
72 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
Stu Grayson & Evil Uno Bring the Dark Order To Light
Dark Order founders Evil Uno and Stu Grayson were among the first talent signed to AEW, but admit that they thought they would be among the first fired when the Dark Order failed to initially catch on! Then came the Exalted One and a global pandemic! Uno & Stu recall the early ideas for the Exalted One, when they found out it was going to be Mr. Brodie Lee (and not Matt Hardy), and what it was like to watch his debut from their homes in Canada during the early lockdown days of the pandemic. They talk about their BTE segments, the arrival of Anna Jay, the faction’s organic babyface flip, -1’s leadership, and their future hopes for Dark Order. Plus, they share stories from their indie wrestling days as the Supersmash Brothers, working Canadian shows with Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens, and why they had all but given up on wrestling when AEW came knocking.
73 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
The Inner Circle Rappels Down Stadium Stampede 2
Those were no stunt doubles on top of the scoreboard at TIAA Bank Field stadium in Jacksonville at AEW’s Double or Nothing PPV! That was all 5 members of the Inner Circle who jumped off and rappelled to the ground below. Sammy Guevara, Jake Hager, and Santana and Ortiz return to tell the story of Stadium Stampede 2, and who came up with the brilliant idea to rappel. They detail what went into the planning and execution of their battle against The Pinnacle right down to Sammy’s amazing 630 to finish off Shawn Spears (and The Pinnacle). Hear about Jake’s battle against Wardlow in the freezer, Sammy and Shawn going at it in the stadium chair room, Santana & Ortiz coming to blows with FTR in the bar, and Jericho & MJF’s live match in the AEW ring! They also share the story behind Konnan’s cameo DJ appearance, the DMX music licensing saga, and finally wrestling in front of a full capacity crowd for a PPV!
55 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
Conquering Kilimanjaro - Highest Free-Standing Mountain on Earth
“Ghost Adventures” host, Jeff Belanger, had a paranormal experience of a different kind when he climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro. He details the journey and the spiritual connection in his new book, “The Call Of Kilimanjaro: Finding Hope Above The Clouds.” Jeff explains what inspired him to undertake the climb, how he trained for the adventure, what it was like once he started up the mountain (from food to bodily functions to surviving the elements). He speaks to being truly disconnected from the world, missing his family, his actual moment on the summit, the sense of accomplishment, and the anti-climactic descent. And he talks about the paranormal connection and experiences associated with Mt. Kilimanjaro.
67 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Billy Corgan's NWA Is A Smash!
NWA’s “When Our Shadows Fall” PPV is this Sunday, June 6th, and NWA President Billy Corgan runs down the stacked card, and talks about the incredible talent, including NWA World Heavyweight Champion, Nick Aldis! Billy discusses the crossover with AEW and having talent such as Serena Deeb and Thunder Rosa work for both companies. He speaks to the new revolution in wrestling, surviving the pandemic, the return of crowds, and the development of his weekly show, “NWA Powerrr.” He also recalls what it took to buy the promotion, and how he handled the criticism in the early days. Plus, Billy has an update on his other gig, fronting the Smashing Pumpkins, and talks about their cancelled 2020 tour with Guns N Roses, why they won’t be joining Guns on the road later this Summer, and what happened the first time the Pumpkins ever opened for Axl Rose and crew!
82 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
The Return of the Summer Movie Preview with Nikki Novak
It’s the return of the Summer blockbuster as movie theaters re-open after the pandemic shutdown! And that means Fandango correspondent Nikki Novak is back on TIJ to share a rundown of what to see and what to skip this Summer! She has details and behind-the-scenes trivia on everything from “The Suicide Squad” to Zack Snyder’s “Army Of The Dead” (with Dave Bautista) to the Aretha Franklin biopic “RESPECT” (starring Jennifer Hudson) to Pixar’s latest animated offering, “Luca.” Nikki’s also talking about “Fast And Furious 9,” Disney’s live action films “Jungle Cruise” and “Cruella,” Jordan Peele’s latest horror flick, “Candyman,” and “A Quiet Place II.” She also has some inside scoop on Peter Jackson’s Beatles documentary, “Get Back,” coming this August. Plus, Nikki & Chris pick their must-see movie, their sleeper hit of the Summer, and predict which will be the blockbuster champ!
52 minutes | May 28, 2021
The Battle of Greta Van Fleet
Greta Van Fleet have a new album, “The Battle At Garden’s Gate,” a headlining tour starting this August, and some great stories about opening for Guns N Roses in Germany! Singer Josh Kiszka and drummer Danny Wagner talk about their musical influences, the origins of the band, skipping some high school to open for the Struts, and how they feel about Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and Jimmy Page’s comments about Greta’s music. They also talk about growing up in small town Michigan, meeting (and underage drinking with) Dave Grohl, performing with Elton John, and killing time during the pandemic.
71 minutes | May 26, 2021
The Ultra Violence of the Death Match Culture
“Hardway: The Legacy of Deathmatch Wrestling” is an incredible, in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at deathmatch wrestling, the performers, the brutal matches, weapons, and gruesome injuries. Jeff Waldridge, who produced, filmed, and directed the doc, along with lengendary deathmatch wrestler Madman Pondo, and up-and-comer GRaver talk about the doc, the deathmatch scene and culture, and some of their more brutal matches involving light tubes, pencil boards, vats of rubbing alcohol, pinecones, razor wire, barbed wire bats, and thumbtacks. They reveal how they got into deathmatch wrestling, why they love performing in this genre, some of their crazier injuries, ridiculous fan requests, and why they’ll never give it up! Listen to the ep, and then check out the doc on DVD, video on demand or stream it at smartmarkvideo.com.
63 minutes | May 21, 2021
The Gunn Club is Fully Loaded in AEW
Austin & Colten Gunn are two-thirds of AEW’s Gunn Club. The real-life brothers talk growing up around wrestling thanks to their dad, Bad Ass Billy Gunn’s career at WWE as part of D-Generation X. They remember their first times in a wrestling ring (and being kicked out by Vince McMahon), why they didn’t pursue WWE careers, and what it’s like to officially work with their dad in the ring. The brothers talk about their individual journeys to AEW which included a stop at Ring of Honor for Austin, and a short-lived stint in California for Colten. You’ll hear what Bubba Ray Dudley did for Austin, how Billy helped Colten’s training at Flatbacks, the brothers goals at AEW, and what Austin said to singer John Mayer one time at ringside.
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