Two oddball, longtime geek friends from Toronto's Best Cult Video store get together and talk about topics the mainstream ignores. Everything from cult directors, strange celebrities, childhood recollections, music, comics, you name it.What's the topic? Tune in and hear.
The Resurrection: Harvey Keitel Part 2
Harvey Keitel's career reached it's zenith in the late 80s and early nineties with his fearless and provocative work with Abel Ferrara and Quentin Tarantino as well as other projects that reinforced his place in the pantheon of gritty,...
Hey Sport! Part 1 of our look at Harvey Keitel !
Harvey Keitel has been one of the most interesting, vibrant actors of his generation. Fearless in his choices of roles, few actors have appeared in both mainstream fare like 'Sister Act' while also exploring the extremes of his craft by inhabiting...
The Night has a Hero: The World of Clive Barker Part 2
The success of Hellraiser and the Books of Blood led Clive Barker to more exploration into the dark recesses of media. Books like The Damnation Game and Weaveworld and the films Nightbreed and Lord of Illusions were unleashed with Barker as the chief...
Demons to Some.. Angels to Others: The world of Clive Barker Part 1
When his seminal collections, The Books of Blood, exploded onto the horror world it was impossible not to feel the earth shift below our fear loving feet. Clive Barker had arrived on the wave of the British Splatter scene but his ambitions were far...
From Kongs to Pink Ladies: The World Of Sid and Marty Krofft Part 2
The seventies ! When psychedelia and disco, bubblegum music and COLOUR, even permeated kids shows. And noone did a better job of altering the young marbles of generations of kids like Sid and Marty!Join us in our second part down the Kroffthole as we...
Sleestaks & Pufnstuf: The World of Sid & Marty Krofft Part 1
Chaka! Pufnsuf! Horatio J. Hoodoo !Yes - It's the bizarre Saturday morning world of of Sid and Marty Krofft!For a generation these psychedelic children's shows introduced a world unlike any young eyes had ever seen. Funny, odd and even serious shows...
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This show reminds me of the years I spent frequenting Suspect Video when I lived in Toronto (1999-2016), discovering countless titles thanks to the fantastic staff. Thanks for this!
Love this show. Very nostalgic- feels like I’m walking into the queen store every time I sit down to listen.