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19 minutes | 6 months ago
The Farchive, Episode 2: FRIED BARRY’s Ryan Kruger
Welcome to The Farchive, on the former feed of the original flagship podcast of The Farsighted. The rebranded pod features raw and (mostly) unedited interviews, both new and not-so-new. Many will be Justin, aka thepaintedman (founder of The Farsighted), while others will be interviews conducted by other staff or friends of The Farsighted. We created this show to share the great interviews that didn’t fit the format of other shows on the network, feeling the content was too important or interesting not to share. While some theme music and a new logo may be coming in the near future, don’t expect many bells and whistles. This podcast is just about the interviews. With that… we welcome you to THE FARCHIVE! This interview was done by Dino Gangale as part of his dual coverage of Fantasia 2020 for Huuuh? and The Farsighted. You can watch the video interview below or at his YouTube page. And be sure to check out Ryan Kruger’s Fried Barry at Fantasia 2020. Without further ado, here’s Ryan…
56 minutes | 6 months ago
The Farchive, Episode 1: NOTHING BUT THE BLOOD’s Daniel Tucker
Welcome to The Farchive, on the former feed of the original flagship podcast of The Farsighted. The rebranded pod features raw and (mostly) unedited interviews, both new and not-so-new. Many will be Justin, aka thepaintedman (founder of The Farsighted), while others will be interviews conducted by other staff or friends of The Farsighted. We created this show to share the great interviews that didn’t fit the format of other shows on the network, feeling the content was too important or interesting not to share. While some theme music and a new logo may be coming in the near future, don’t expect many bells and whistles. This podcast is just about the interviews. With that… we welcome you to THE FARCHIVE! New thriller Nothing But the Blood tackles religious hypocrisy and abuse, while asking us just what lengths we would go to to expose truth or even get revenge against those who have wronged us. Director Daniel Tucker was kind enough to indulge Justin, whose interest in the intersections of faith an art inspired this very website and podcast network, in discussing his faith background, his fears, and what the film is all about. You can read Justin’s review of the film over at Cinapse and/or watch it on Amazon (trailer below). The two renditions of “Nothing But the Blood” leading into and out of the interview are from Reawaken Hymns and Stryper. Without further ado, here’s Daniel…
13 minutes | a year ago
Farsighted Network Bonus Pod: Logan Marshall-Green Stops by to Talk ADOPT A HIGHWAY
Logan Marshall-Green just released his feature length debut as a director and Justin was lucky enough to grab a quick chat with him. Check out this bonus pod to hear their discussion and then stick around to hear a promo for Dino and Michele’s Huuuh?Podcast – a podcast about film, family, and whatever else they feel like talking about… here on The Farsighted Network.
20 minutes | a year ago
Farsighted Network Bonus Pod: Jeffrey Combs Stops By for 31 Days of Halloween, Day 5
In the eve of his upcoming live stage show, coming up at Sleepy Hollow International Film Festival, Jeffrey Combs chats with one half of the Grindhouse Messiah hosts about Nevermore: An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe and much more. Renowned actor Jeffrey Comb performs his acclaimed one man show on 10/12/19. Combs’s astounding portrayal of Poe has been hailed by the LA Times as “a landmark performance,” and Nevermore has enthralled audiences across North America, with critically heralded shows in Los Angeles, Montreal, Baltimore, and NYC’s Lincoln Center. Directed by Stuart Gordon and written by Dennis Paoli. Listen to our chat and check out the festival in Tarrytown, NY next week. The VIP and Platinum passes to SHIFF are available at at www.sleepyhollowfilmfest.com and www.tarrytownmusichall.org.
35 minutes | 2 years ago
BONUS: AVENGEMENT’s Jesse V. Johnson Stops By For a Quick Chat
Starting last month, we’re dropping small episodes and bonuses across the whole network to give fans of our podcasts a taste of our other shows. In our first such bonus, we’ve got a little taste of the Grindhouse Messiah for everyone to check out. 2019 has been a killer year for director Jesse V. Johnson, who has twin action gems out right now in Triple Threat and Avengement. On this bonus podcast, Justin chats with Jesse about Avengement and as many other topics as he could in their limited time together. The conversation is included raw and unedited. Forgive any overtalk, as a slight delay caused Justin to feel like a dick for talking over Jesse at least a few times. After this chat, listen to a segment of last year’s episode with Ed Travis, founder and editor of Cinapse. In this segment, Ed joins Blaine and Justin to chat about Jesse’s 2018 action flick, The Debt Collector. Avengement is out now, so after you listen, make sure to check it out! Thanks for listening and if you’re new to Grindhouse Messiah and want to hear more, you can check the podcast’s main page over at The Farsighted or subscribe via Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or a variety of other services!
19 minutes | 2 years ago
BONUS: Special Interview – ROOM FOR RENT’s Tommy Stovall with Huuuh?’s Dino and Michele
Starting this month, we’ll be dropping small episodes and bonuses across the whole network to give fans of our podcasts a taste of our other shows. In our first such bonus, we’ve got a little taste of the Huuuh?Podcast for everyone to check out. Dino and Michelle sat down with Director Tommy Stovall to talk about his upcoming suspense thriller Room for Rent starring genre’s favorite septuagenarian Lin Shaye. Coming out this May on disc and streaming, it’s a great little horror film that our very own Kenny did a short review of earlier this month. If you’d prefer to listen to this interview via YouTube, Dino uploaded it over there, as well. Thanks for listening and if you’re new to Huuuh?Podcast and want to hear more, you can check the podcast’s main page over at The Farsighted or subscribe via Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or a variety of other services!
34 minutes | 3 years ago
Philly Film Fans, Must Listen! PUFF 2017 Chat with Madeleine Koestner
Hey everyone, one of our favorite events of the year is this weekend and I had the chance to catch up with Madeleine to talk about it! It’s the second annual Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival (aka Now That’s What I Call a Film Festival… a tidbit I “learned” on I Like to Movie Movie today. Madeleine is one of the founders and she used to write for Fangoria, I could tell you lots more about her, but mostly, she’s just cool people. This is playing on all of our feeds (other than the one for upcoming kids podcast, because it’s not a kid friendly chat) and is the first of hopefully more bonus episodes that will do so. We hope you enjoy listening to our wonderful and talented friend. Looks like for the second year, my lame ass may not get down there physically, but don’t let that stop you. You can be far less lame than me and get to Philly this weekend (I’m still trying to un-lame-ify myself and get there for a day, but our very own Garrett will be there all fucking weekend y’all). Here’s the full lineup and check back all week for our coverage! Here’s the full schedule: Thursday, September 28 7:00 – IMITATION GIRL: A mysterious young woman materializes in the middle of the southwestern desert. 9:00 – Opening night party and Legacy Award ceremony with Arrow in the Head 9:30 – TERRIFIER: A maniacal clown named Art, terrorizes three young women on Halloween night. Friday, September 29 7:00 – Spotlight Feature: TRAGEDY GIRLS: MEAN GIRLS meets SCREAM. Starring Brianna Hildebrand (DEADPOOL) and Alexandra Shipp (X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX). Prom themed party with prom shots for 21 or older. 9:00 – Bizarre Block: Experimental and disturbing films from around the world. 11:00 – ASSHOLES: “A microbudget cross between SALO and THE SQUID AND THE WHALE.” — IndieWire. Saturday, September 30 2:30 – SPOOKERS: A close-knit New Zealand family run the most successful scare park in the Southern Hemisphere; facing their fears so others can face theirs. 4:30 – Saturday Shorts: 90-minutes of short films. 7:00 – CHARISMATA: Psychological horror about a police detective whose sanity begins to unravel as she investigates a series of brutal ritualistic murders. 9:30 – RUIN ME: Alexandra reluctantly tags along for Slasher Sleepout, an extreme event that is part camping trip, part haunted house, and part escape room. But when the fun turns deadly, Alex has to play the game if she wants to make it out alive. Sunday, October 1: LOCAL PROGRAMMING 1:00 – RIFT: Two men in a secluded cabin are haunted by their dead relationship. 3:30 – 100 ACRES OF HELL: When ex pro wrestler Buck Severs travels to an abandoned wildlife preserve with his friends for ‘Bro’s Weekend’, they become the targets of a deadly manhunt. 5:30 – Local Shorts and Awards 8:00 – NIGHT CREEP: Lost shot-on-video classic. So head to PUFF 2017, you won’t be sorry. SEPTEMBER 28 – OCTOBER 1 PROSCENIUM THEATRE AT THE DRAKE 302 S. HICKS ST. | PHILADELPHIA, PA Trailers and ticket info can be found at: unnamedfilmfestival.com
76 minutes | 4 years ago
The Farsighted Podcast Returns with NINJA BUSTERS Director Paul Kyriazi
The Farsighted Podcast is back. Listen to the intro for some updates on the new format. Here’s a breakdown of the podcast, for those who may want to skip around for some reason or another. There are a few interjections/pseudo-commercials now listed below, but it should give you an idea of what this new format looks like and it includes links to artists, etc. 0:00 “I am the Queen” by Sweeping Exits, a dope band you should check out. 5:40 The Farsighted theme by Rocky Garibay 6:50 Introduction, including updates on the new format. 23:47 “O, That Thang!” by Larry Juris, from the Deadtime Stories soundtrack. 24:21 Tell Us a Story featuring “The Tutorial” by Christopher Brown from The Last Horror Podcast. 31:11 “Mockingbird Girl” by Magnificent Bastards, just a few seconds. 31:27 Paul Kyriazi interview (hit him up at his Facebook) 1:10:45 Segment from Paul’s audiobook, Hard Rock Lovers, and some good ole “Sister Christian” by Night Ranger to close us out. Paul is the man. I spoke with him awhile longer and can’t wait to talk to him again. Check his stuff out… and check out all of the other scattered links… AND check out a podcast that I mentioned called Friending – with one of their latest episodes based on the popular Netflix series 13 Reasons Why.
81 minutes | 4 years ago
Special Episode: Director Michael Baumgarten
The Farsighted Podcast is coming back with a new format and new segments… but today I’ve got a treat. I had a 20 minute interview scheduled for a write-up on Paying Mr. McGetty‘s director Michael Baumgarten that turned into well over an hour of chatting about our favorite film related stuff. I’ve sat down to write about it 4 different times and finally given up and decided that in the interest of getting all of Michael’s awesomeness out for the world to hear and experience, here’s our full chat. Mind you, it wasn’t originally intended for a podcast, but it’s hella fun! Some notes and links: 1. I misspoke when trying to name all of Christopher Brown’s notes, here’s a link to his current awesome podcast: The Last Horror Podcast. 2. His previous podcasts were the Video Nasties Podcast and the extremely informative A History of Horror Podcast . 3. Paying Mr. McGetty has a Facebook page. I guess that’s it right now.
13 minutes | 5 years ago
We’ll Be Back
A few minute update from Cash and Justin about the shows on The Farsighted Network. It’s short, so give it a quick listen… but the gist is that we’re taking the Summer off. We’ll likely post some minisodes and music mixes, but the official podcasts will be back at the beginning of next school year. Drive All Night will return with a great interview with Tony Rettman of Green Room Radio (and like 300 other awesome projects). The Farsighted will return with Haydn Shaw, author of a couple of great books about American generations. FarOut KidsCast will finally officially debut with a multi-faceted episode featuring Luke Eccles of Awaking Mercury, Liz DeRoche of The Singing Lizard, and Cash’s Summer recap. Unfortunately, Reddit Horror Club 2: Dead by Dawn is on an indefinite hiatus. But we’d love you to come talk horror movies with the club at /r/HorrorClub. In the meantime, go support Cinepunx, the podcasts of Doug Tilley, I Like 2 Movie Movie, Priest Pulse, or tell us what podcast we should be checking out!
81 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 34: Wilson Smith Talks Krisha
Wilson and Justin both write for Cinapse, an awesome movie website. However, up until this chat, they’d never spoken before. The recent release of Krisha made for a great excuse to remedy that. Wilson talks about the film he produced, the folks he’s worked with, what it’s like to live in Austin, liking films we aren’t supposed to like, and much more. You can find Wilson on his Twitter if you want to chat him up. He’d love to talk movies with you.
97 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 33: Unbuilding with Jesse and Tom
No need for a clever blurb today… two great guests with lots of great stuff to say. Below are their links, please go support them both because they are really interesting artists with something to say. Jesse Clegg’s Official Website Facebook Twitter YouTube Channel Instagram Email Tom Bejgrowicz Man Alive Creative Tom’s LinkedIn Man Alive Creative Store As always, thanks for listening!
81 minutes | 5 years ago
Ain’t Nothin’ Wong with the Cinedelphia Film Fest
In this episode, Justin talks about all things right and Wong with Leon Corcos before chatting with Eric from the PhilaMOCA about the Cinedelphia Film Festival. Like the dumbass he is, Justin calls Eric “Chris” a couple of times, for some unknown reason. And even though he thinks he edited these dumbass mistakes out mostly, he wants to say sorry for being a dumbass. As noted in the episode, a few new episodes are in the mix. Haydn Shaw will be on next week. And a second episode will drop this week, featuring a really awesome conversation with a cool South African musician, so check back towards the end of the week. A few more notes… music by Play Date, Motörhead, THE David Lo Pan, and, of course, Rocky Garibay. Also, in the end of the convo with Leon I mention talking to an Ozploitation director on this podcast, but that hasn’t happened yet. So that’s ANOTHER “stay tuned”. I hope y’all enjoy the episode and check out the video and links below if you want to see some of Leon Corcos’s films: The Devil Takes a Holiday La Scala Di Vito Nail in the Coffin
115 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 32: Music and Movies in the Digital Age, Part 1
Note: Due an editing faupaux (something I should be famous for at this point) you’ll notice that there are a few minutes at the end that weren’t originally part of the podcast. I decided not to fix them, however, because Darrin actually has some interesting things to say that are worth listening to. We talk shop a bit, but nothing you can’t hear. In this one we scratch the surface of a fascinating question: what does it mean to be an artist in this age of media democratization? Our guests are awesome this week! And read the bottom of the show notes to see how you can win free swag. Andrew Vladeck AKA Fireships, is a founding member of The Honey Brothers (yeah, the band with Vinny Chase on drums). He has a lot of interesting stuff to say about music, distribution, and the digital landscape. You should check him out on Bandcamp and Facebook. And don’t forget to follow him on Twitter as part of this week’s giveaway. Darrin Uzynski is the creator and curator of The Grindhouse Channel on Roku. He’s a lot of fun and he’s donating several prizes for an upcoming giveaway. So stay tuned for that one too! To win free music this week, just follow @TheFarsighted and @fireshipsnyc and tweet at us that you want to win a copy of the new album! That’s it!
55 minutes | 5 years ago
RHC: We’re Baaaaack!
In the triumphant(?) return of Reddit Horror Club (now refashioned as Reddit Horror Club 2: Dead by Dawn), new hosts Justin (that’s me) and Anastasia introduce themselves, talk about the three selections from this round so far, and point out the glaring holes in Justin’s horror film experiences through this point. Listen to Anastasia try to get a few words in (no really, I’m not that bad), as Don’t Look in the Basement, Dog Soldiers, and Wild Zero are discussed and the duo decides which ones should be placed in their horror film stash and which need to be regulated forever to the trash. If you’re reading these show notes on The Farsighted, below is the trailer to Wild Zero and the entire films of Dog Soldiers and Don’t Look in the Basement (aka The Forgotten). If you’re hearing this on The Farsighted Podcast or Drive All Night, it’s in your feed so you can get a taste for this latest addition to The Farsighted‘s podcast network. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sx-Ig6h2PM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fiy4A3sbd4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8H4PWNr0HIU Join in on the discussion over at the Reddit Horror Club subreddit! Thanks to Kannon aka RHC’s smayonak for compiling an awesome logo with the help of some other awesome horror related subreddits. And come back next week to hear about how you can win one of a few different horror related prizes courtesy of some awesome friends of The Farsighted.
128 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 31: Breakfast with Doug featuring Dumbstruck MC
Due to mad technical difficulties and all that jive, this episode is later than expected and actually features different people than I expected it to. But it’s dope so who cares. First, you’ll hear me playing with my new mic. Then, you’ll hear the theme song by Rocky Garibay and me rambling a bit. Then, you’ll hear a dope cover by Cover Blaze, featuring my homegirl Christa Huffman on the sticks. Then, we move into San Francisco emcee Dumbstruck waxing about music, Christianity, language, and a little bit on his San Francisco sports squads. You get to hear one of his dope tracks too. And finally, you get to join in breakfast with Doug Black and I. Theology is the main course. Check out his church and the shelter he runs. And the grand finale is a track from Fireships, whom were supposed to be on this podcast… I mistakenly referred to Andrew by the wrong last name, but I realize that I combined his name and his publicist’s name, who’s also a good dude. So, my apologies and I promise Fireships (aka Andrew Vladeck) will appear on an upcoming episode!
20 minutes | 5 years ago
BONUS: FarOut KidsCast Teaser
Enjoy a haphazard attempt at showing everyone what the new podcast on The Farsighted Network is going to sound like. Featuring two insane little boys, games, and a singalong! New episode of The Farsighted Podcast tomorrow or Friday, so don’t go anywhere.
58 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 30: 2015 In Memorium
In honor of my grandpa, Lemmy, and all who passed over the past year, I present the 2015 memorial episode. This episode features friends from History of Horror, Priest Pulse, Aloha Broha, Cinapse, and more. Additionally, I got the news of James Carey’s passing after this podcast was completed, but my heart aches for my fellow writers from Cinapse who knew him better than I. I will miss our Twitter chats immensely. Editor Ed Travis wrote a piece in his memory.
69 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 29: Bouncing Bitter Boars
On this episode, Justin chats with Brian “Bitter Boar” Bullard about faith, music, life, and all that jive. Brian also shares a few Bitter Boar songs. But before we hear what Brian has to say, my cousin Mike (aka Milo, the drummer of Lost of Effect and Anti Suburbans) grabs a short interview with Pete from the Bouncing Souls. Some solid tunes and some solid discussion. Hope you enjoy it. Sorry for the delay in posting, but life is what happens while we’re making plans.
125 minutes | 5 years ago
Episode 28: Have a Fantastic Halloween
On this episode, we speak to three guests, all about genre film, with some focus on horror. Check out our guests and enjoy the episode. Christopher Brown is a writer, podcaster, and professional beer drinker, as far as I can tell. I got into him through his Video Nasties Podcast. He’s doing a new podcast called History of Horror, as well. Both are very informative. Expect to hear Christopher back by year’s end. Leopold Medley is a 15 year old filmmaker from Texas. He’s a horror geek and has already made two features, The Ballad of Jeffrey and Class One Apparition. Both are a good time and evidence that this kid has a ton of potential. https://vimeo.com/127229268 https://vimeo.com/138375956 Ed Travis is a college friend of mine who runs Cinapse, a great film site you’ve heard mentioned here before. He lives in Austin and is a Fantastic Fest enthusiast. He covers what makes the fest great, what films stood out this year, and just a bit about what is great about film. Check out the latest TWO CENTS column on the site and join in for next week!
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