16. Tales of Terror (1962) Movie Review

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About the Episode

On this episode of The Vintage Talk Bag, Josh is joined by Adam once again to discuss the horror-anthology Tales of Terror (1962), which stars Vincent Price, Basil Rathbone, Peter Lorre, Joyce Jameson, and Debra Paget. They talk about Vincent Price’s excessive alcohol consumption, the excellent stagecraft in all three segments, the enviable performances of Price and Lorre, and Basil Rathbone’s portrayal of a real ***hole. They also play a trivia game that goes pretty well (finally!).

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Credits

Have you listened to the latest episode of the pod?

Hey, guys, if you haven’t already, check out the latest episode of The Vintage Talk Bag from last week. A.J. Hoffman and Andy Witucki from The Small Market Podcast join me to talk about Masters of the Universe (1987) and, boy, do we get into it!

Next week, my brother Adam joins me for his second visit to talk about Roger Corman’s “Tales of Terror” (1962), so don’t miss it!

Here’s some links for you to get listening:

The Vintage Talk Bag on Podbean

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15. Masters of the Universe (Movie Review)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ggthi-d67526

Though a day behind (turns out a pandemic can change one’s schedule), here’s a supersized episode of The Vintage Talk Bag, featuring AJ Hoffman from the Small Market Podcast (and his cohost Andy who is lurking somewhere in the background).

On this episode of the podcast, Josh and AJ talk about 1987s fantasy film Masters of the Universe, starring Dolph Lundgren, Courteney Cox, Frank Langella, and Billy Barty. They talk about AJ’s history with Masters of the Universe, Josh’s love of Gwildor, and Frank Langella’s over-the-top performance that transcends the art of theatrical monologuing. Josh also challenges his guest to a 10-question trivia game that’s all about Star Wars (or jedis … or alien boobs). And, yes, the character’s name is Man-at-Arms not Man-o-War but the podcast host is bad with names (especially high-fantasy names) and they were talking about power metal beforehand—so let’s settle down, okay?

Anyway, join Josh and his guest on a trip to Eternia (and Earth—but no drive thrus) and enjoy their epic discussion about who really HAS THE POWER!!! (hint: the answer is Gwildor).

As a production note: the recording of this podcast episode had a lot of blips and bloops after the recording was done (old equipment probably) so the host remedied this by buying some new equipment; however, he could only edit the hell out of those blips and bloops on this episode so as to not detract from the overall conversation, thus they should only be mildly noticeable. Regardless, just know that future episodes will be much cleaner on the post-production end!

15. Masters of the Universe (Movie Review)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ggthi-d67526

Though a day behind (turns out a pandemic can change one’s schedule), here’s a supersized episode of The Vintage Talk Bag, featuring AJ Hoffman from the Small Market Podcast (and his cohost Andy who is lurking somewhere in the background). On this episode of the podcast, Josh and AJ talk about 1987s fantasy film Masters of the Universe, starring Dolph Lundgren, Courteney Cox, Frank Langella, and Billy Barty.

They talk about AJ’s history with Masters of the Universe, Josh’s love of Gwildor, and Frank Langella’s over-the-top performance that transcends the art of theatric monologuing. Josh also challenges his guest to a 10-question trivia game that’s all about Star Wars (or jedis … or alien boobs). And, yes, the character’s name is Man-at-Arms not Man-o-War but the podcast host is bad with names (especially high-fantasy names) and they were talking about power metal beforehand—so let’s settle down, okay?

Anyway, join Josh and his guest on a trip to Eternia (and Earth—but no drive thrus) and enjoy their epic discussion about who really HAS THE POWER!!! (hint: the answer is Gwildor).

As a production note: the recording of this podcast episode had a lot of blips and bloops after the recording was done (old equipment probably) so the host remedied this by buying some new equipment; however, he could only edit the hell out of those blips and bloops on this episode so as to not detract from the overall conversation, thus they should only be mildly noticeable. Regardless, just know that future episodes will be much cleaner on the post-production end!

9. Soundgarden: Superunknown (1994) Album Review

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-irmyz-d55c4b

If you want higher-quality episodes (because better microphones) then start at Ep. 10 “Black Belt.” If you don’t mind the sound of a room mic then feel free to proceed! The quality may not be great but the conversation certainly makes up for it!

Josh and his guest Matt Hoffman, bassist from The Distorted Waltz, sit down to talk to talk about Soundgarden’s second album “Superunknown.” It’s one that Matt is extremely fond of and one that Josh isn’t super familiar with. Regardless, this is an album that will punch you in the face with a sonic fist.  

14. Orc (Album Review)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-w34tk-d52bf2

On this episode of The Vintage Talk Bag, host Josh sits down with Andy Jeglic and Connor Peil from the fuzz-metal band Orc to discuss their self-titled, debut album. They talk about inspiration, recording, and receiving a warm reception from the fuzz-metal community (which includes a lot of spins on YouTube!). They also get into some furry discussions and do a track-by-track breakdown of the album. So, check out the latest episode of the podcast and subscribe to stay in the know!

Orc album on Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQdH4xoc25o&list=RDyQdH4xoc25o&start_radio=1&t=0

Orc on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/OrcTheBand/

 

13. Death Warrant (1990) Movie Review

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2hfdf-d32486

On this episode of The Vintage Talk Bag, host Josh and his guest Will continue their gauntlet of movie reviews by discussing Death Warrant (1990), which is a film about a police officer who goes undercover to uncover the truth behind a series of strange deaths at a prison…and that’s only part of the craziness. Starring Jean-Claude van Damme, Art LaFleur, Cynthia Gibb, and Patrick Kilpatrick—this movie gets wild—and it’s rife with the lack of sensitivity and strangeness only the 1990s could provide, from monstrous-boss villains to straight up overt sexism. But, as with most of these kinds of films, that just means there is plenty to talk about!

So, give the latest episode a listen and subscribe for future reviews and musings from The Vintage Talk Bag!

4. Maroon 5 “Songs About Jane” Album Review

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-7cbxm-d32b62

If you want better quality episodes (because better microphones) then start at Ep. 10 “Black Belt.” If you don’t mind the sound of a room mic–then feel free proceed! The quality may not be great but the conversation certainly is!

On the fourth episode of The Vintage Talk Bag, host Josh and friends Jake and Connor dissect Maroon 5’s debut album “Songs About Jane.” They discuss what they like and don’t like about the album and try to figure out what makes something “pop” and what makes something “rock.” 

3. Audioslave “Audioslave” Album Review

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-d5vjc-d32b31

If you want better quality episodes (because better microphones) then start at Ep. 10 “Black Belt.” If you don’t mind the sound of a room mic–then feel free proceed! The quality may not be great but the conversation is!

On the 3rd episode of The Vintage Talk Bag, host Josh sits down with his friend Matt Miller of the bands The Distorted Waltz and The 25th Hour to discuss Audioslave’s debut album “Audioslave. They discuss their favorite tracks and Chris Cornell as a singer–and also about some bad guitar soloing.

2. Motorhead “1916” Album Review

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-4cjix-d324fb

If you want better quality episodes (because better microphones) then start at Ep. 10 “Black Belt.” If you don’t mind the sound of a room mic–then feel free proceed! The quality may not be great but the conversation is!

On the second episode of the podcast, host Josh and his guest Jake discuss Motorhead’s 1991 album 1916. They discuss their experiences listening to Motorhead’s music and break down the album.