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Forgotten Flix Gets Roasted

Hey everyone, Joel here…

So about a month or so back, I made a little guest appearance on the 6 Towns Radio show Sunday Roasting. This is a cool show out of Trent-On-Stoke in England. It’s hosted by Terry Bossons and Timothy Haddock, two funny dudes who know their movies. For this particular episode they thought it’d be a good idea to have yours truly on the show to talk “forgotten” flicks.

Well, talk I did. I’m pretty sure that if a cop had set up a speed trap in the phone line, my mouth would have got a ticket. I know I normally talk fast, but damn if I didn’t break all manner of verbal-speed records on that call. So, here’s my requisite excuse: I was nervous. And I talk fast when I’m nerv… ah, screw it! Whom I kidding? I talk fast because that little hamster turning the wheel inside my chrome dome has the energy output of a meth addict and that wheel he’s turning is greased up with the left over grease from a month’s worth of hamburger grillin’.

But I digress, so due to the amazing generosity of Terry and Timothy, I now present to you my discussion on Sunday Roasting about some of our favorite forgotten flix:

Joel talks forgotten flix with Sunday Roasting

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4 comments for “Forgotten Flix Gets Roasted

  1. Philip Symons
    January 23, 2012 at 8:12 pm

    This was a great podcast/mini-show segment! I’ve downloaded several of your shows which all started when I wanted to find out what the rest of the world had to say about Trancers. This Roasting however was a pleasure to find as it’s from my home town of Stoke-on-Trent. I couldn’t believe it when I saw “Six Towns” in your list of shows – I knew it had to be from here, I just couldn’t really believe the coincidence despite the Internet making the world smaller every day!
    I’ve since told my good friend The Pointonator [you don’t do shout-outs, right?] about you and he’s quite the fan now too! We both have a thing for films that run the risk of going forgotten. And he’s got a thing for Tim Thomerson.

    Thanks lads, keep up the good work.

    • January 24, 2012 at 11:34 am

      Hi Philip,

      Thanks for commenting! Jason and I are glad you’re enjoying the show. And that is incredibly cool that you’re from Stoke-on-Trent! The fellas from 6 Towns radio were so generous and great to have me on the show. It really is a small world, and getting smaller all the time. 🙂

      And thanks for turning your friend on to us too! We’re always happy to get recommended. In fact, if you’d like, click on the iTunes link in the right-side bar and give us a rating on iTunes. That also helps get the podcast out to more people. Thanks again!

  2. January 24, 2012 at 12:56 pm

    We may have to start our world tour in Stokes-on-Trent. How are the pubs? 😉

    • Philip Symons
      January 24, 2012 at 3:11 pm

      Oh they’re good! They all know me around here.

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