Those of you with a nostalgic hankering towards the earlier, exclusively cult film orientation of the Third Eye Cinema podcast and website are respectfully directed towards our sister site and podcast, Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine.
Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine is your essential guide to all things wild and wonderful in the world of cult entertainment!
Alternative Cinema Podcast, Andy Milligan, Arch Hall Jr., Bill Grefe, Bill Norton Olsen, Bill Rebane, Bill Zebub, Camp Motion Pictures, Code Red, Cynthia Rothrock, David Heavener, Don May Jr., Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Grandmaster YK Kim, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Hobgoblins, Hope Stansbury, Katarina Leigh Waters, kickboxing, Mark Polonia, Miami Connection, Mike Raso, Mike Roberta Findlay, Mike Vraney, Nadav Rechov, Nico Mastorakis, Phantasm, Pink Eiga, Reggie Bannister, Retro-Seduction Cinema, Retro-Shock-O-Rama, Richard Gabai, Rick Sloane, Roberta Findlay, Something Weird Video, Synapse, third eye cinema podcast, Tim Lucas, Tim RItter, Vice Academy, Video Watchdog, Walter Olsen, WWE
For those who missed out the first time around: here are links to the podcasts relating to cult cinema…”boutique label” presidents, actors and actresses, directors and more.
80's cult film, 80's horror, 80's SOV, Camp Motion Pictures, how to indie film, independent film, Marc Polonia, Mark Polonia, Polonia Brothers, SOV, SRC Cinema, Sub Rosa, third eye cinema podcast, Tim RItter
Next time on Third Eye Cinema: the indie film director’s roundtable, with SOV auteurs Mark Polonia and Tim Ritter!
Bill Norton Olsen, Camp Motion Pictures, Code Red, Don May Jr., Katarina Leigh Waters, Katarina's Nightmare Theater, Mike Raso, Mike Vraney, Nadav Rechov, Pink Eiga, Retro-Shock-O-Rama, Scorpion Entertainment, Something Weird, Synapse, third eye cinema podcast, Tim Lucas, Video Watchdog, Walter Olsen
In case you missed ’em first time around: some entertaining interviews with “boutique” DVD label presidents and the like:
- Camp Motion Pictures,
- Code Red,
- Pink Eiga,
- Something Weird,
- and Tim Lucas of Video Watchdog fame…
Bill Zebub, Cynthia Rothrock, David Heavener, Giovanni Lombardo Radice, Grandmaster YK Kim, John Morghen, Mark Polonia, Nico Mastorakis, Phantasm, Reggie Bannister, Richard Gabai, Rick Sloane, SOV, third eye cinema podcast, Tim RItter
In case you missed ’em first time around: some entertaining interviews with indie filmmakers and stars of USA Up All Night, Cinemax and kickboxing fame (plus a few 80’s and Italian horror greats):
"Wild Bill" Grefe, Bill Grefe, Death Curse of Tartu, drive in, Florida exploitation, Grindhouse, Impulse Shatner, Mako Jaws of Death, Stanley Code Red, Stanley snake, Sting of Death, third eye cinema podcast, William Grefe
Next time on Third Eye Cinema: Florida exploitation pioneer Bill Grefe!
Breaking into the film industry at the very dawn of the Florida “right to work” boom (which gave us numerous drive in independent gems from the likes of Doris Wishman, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Barry Mahon, Harry Kerwin and Sande Johnson), Bill learned his craft and honed his skills “on the job”, producing such well remembered grindhouse favorites as Sting of Death, Death Curse of Tartu, Stanley, Mako: the Jaws of Death and the unforgettable Impulse (aka Want a Ride, Little Girl?) with William Shatner and Harold “Oddjob” Sakata before moving on from indie film into the lucrative world of advertising!
Next time on Third Eye Cinema: genre-bending independent auteur Nico Mastorakis!
With a background as an investigative reporter, concert promoter, radio DJ and television producer, Nico made his move into film with one of the most infamous of the “video nasties”, the perverse Island of Death. After a brief foray into television as writer and co-producer of The Greek Tycoon, Nico and his Omega Entertainment would go on to release one entertaining, unclassifiably expectation defying film after another: The Zero Boys, The Wind, Nightmare at Noon, Skyhigh, Glitch, Terminal Exposure and more!
Next time on Third Eye Cinema: the man behind Miami Connection, Grandmaster Y.K. Kim!
Yes, this is a man who has only been involved in one film to date…but what a film it is!
A black belt in Taekwondo in his native Korea by the ripe old age of 13, Kim came to our shores in the very shadow of Ellis Island to pursue the American dream from the bottom up, without any real proficiency in the English language or promise of steady work.
After establishing himself in his new home base of central Florida, Kim was given the opportunity to write, cast, produce and star in a unique and extremely entertaining piece of grindhouse history, intended to promote the value of Taekwondo and incorporating rock music, bikers, drug dealers, and even Florida based ninja into its all too brief running time!