So I know it’s been pretty quiet around here, but that’s not all that strange as longtime readers will know that this is sort of my unofficial yearly hiatus time. But, this year there’s a better reason for the sparse posting as I’ve been working on a super secret project that I can now start talking about!
Announcing the Cult Film Club, a monthly podcast and blog about MOVIES WE LOVE TO DEATH (despite how bad, weird or obscure they are.) In fact, we love them because they’re bad, weird or obscure! Collectively our hosts Paxton Holley (Cavalcade of Awesome.net & the Nerd Lunch Podcast), Jaime Hood (Shezcrafti.com), and well, me, will be discussing and analyzing cult films from the 60s and beyond. We possess an impressive amount of useless pop culture knowledge, but we’re no cinema snobs–just a couple of guys (and a girl) who really like movies. Jaime did an outstanding job on the website, too by the by.
So grab a Big Kahuna burger and a tasty beverage–our Feature Presentation is about to begin!
The inaugural episode of the Cult Film Club Podcast is scheduled to debut on December 5th, but in the interim we invite you to check out our new website where you can listen to a show promo and consider joining the club.
You can also find the promo and subscribe to the show on iTunes.
You can also sign up for the Official Cult Film Club Bulletin to get access to these cool benefits:
–Our Official Member Bulletin email
–An early heads-up about which movie(s) we’ll be covering next so you can watch along with us and be ready to hear the discussion
–A social media shout-out and a link back to your site or blog on our Members page*
–A stylish badge for your site
–Chances to participate in our contests and giveaways
–Securing +100 to your cult film cred and our humble gratitude!
*Cult Film Club reserves the right to deny membership and/or linking privileges to any person or website we deem unworthy due to suspicions of spamming, inappropriate content, or for any other reason based solely on our discretion. We may love terrible movies but we do have some standards…