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Joe Parisi interviews people who have made unique contributions to pop culture. Film and television stars, musicians, street artists, filmmakers, authors, wrestlers and even explorers have shared their stories with Joe and his listeners. With a consistently surprising and highly original list of guests, Joe brings you along for a rare "peek behind the curtain" and "dive down the rabbit hole". He offers up some truly unique trivia and odd facts and introduces you to some wonderfully entertaining people along the way.

Dec 15, 2017

This episode examines the highly underrated 1987 "Teen Wolf Too" with actor Stuart Fratkin who played "Stiles" in the film.  We'll discuss filming locations, hear some incredible behind the scenes stories and learn more than you ever though possible about this sometimes forgotten classic.

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Dec 1, 2017

This episode dives into the bizarre 1984 superhero horror comedy The Toxic Avenger and our guest is "Little Melvin" himself- actor Mark Trogl. 

Mark has a great story about how he originally got involved with Troma Entertainment and how he ultimately ended up as the 98 pound weakling who would become a superhero in...

Nov 15, 2017

Eddie Garcia is one of the dancers front and center in Michael Jackson's iconic "Smooth Criminal" video...and that's just the tip of the iceberg.  He was one of the stars of the Saturday morning tv show "Guys Next Door", he appeared in several Janet Jackson music videos, he toured as a principal dancer with...

Oct 31, 2017

We're diving into the 1987 live action movie "Masters of the Universe" with Gary Goddard, the director of the film.

We also discuss the toy line, the animated tv show, Cannon films and the bumpy road that ultimately lead to the release of this cult classic movie.

Thanks for listening!

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Oct 14, 2017

Billboards featuring this mysterious blonde woman started popping up all over Los Angeles back in the early 80's.  Hundreds of them!  Each one simply said "Angelyne" and had a phone number.  Buy nobody knew who she was, what the billboards were for or who was funding them.

For decades this mystery has been going on and...