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With a wealth of musicals, westerns, sci-fi films, epics, comedies, character dramas and samurai movies, the 1950s was an exciting time for cinema. Here at Easy Riders Raging Podcast we're looking back at all the classics of the decade, discussing the films of Hitchcock, Wilder, Kurosawa, Kubrick and more. Aside from our discussions, each episode includes some of our trademark features such as Recastarama (where we recast the film using current actors) and Who Am I (where we work out who we ...
 
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A new true crime podcast uncovering lesser known serial killers and cold cases. Dawn Washburn (English/True Crime Studies Educator) and Dr. Michael Arntfield (Former Homicide Detective and Criminologist) delve deep into the stories, timelines and personalities of offenders, as well as cold cases, offering insightful and experienced commentary and discussion that will leave you captivated.
 
Golden Nuggets is hosted by Dr. CJ DePalma, PT, and Dr. Joe Camoratto, PT of The Movement Dr. In this podcast, we bust myths on pain and rehabilitation, discuss the latest research on pain science and physical therapy, and talk about how to train through pain for CrossFit, Powerlifting, Weightlifting, and many other sports. The Movement Dr. provides in-person and remote physical therapy, remote rehabilitation, remote coaching, and personal training. Whether you are dealing with chronic pain, ...
 
A health & fitness podcast dissecting nutrition, fitness programs, supplements, hormones, training mindset and everything in between. To reach your top level in anything you must experiment, we present our experiences experimenting with every facet of fitness. The Fitness Experiment is co-created by Jesse Sherriff of Sherriff's Performance Academy - a service that provides fitness and training programs for high level athletes, and Chett Binning of Brain Ignition - a business that provides un ...
 
Comedian Rick Ramos sits down and talks current theatrical releases and offers suggestions for additional movie watching choices. A film fans dream come true, WatchThis is about the art, beauty, and possibilities of cinema. Each week Ramos discusses the greatest films ever made (including those that you may have missed) as well as the artists that have created these films. He also goes further in discussing how much these films mean to him and how much they will - hopefully - mean to you. Enjoy!
 
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We’ve got a 49 year old unsolved mystery to start off the month of October. This week we’re talking about the mysterious death of Jeanette DePalma, the ensuing investigation (or lack thereof) and the satanic panic. Stay tuned for LOTS more episode this month for Halloween and subscribe to our newsletter to get a sneak peak at what's coming up this …
 
"It Was Bad, Mama. They Laughed at Me. Hold Me, Mama. Please Hold Me" . . . The Lasting Legacy of Brian DePalma's Carrie On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I swing back to a classic of the Horror Genre, Brian DePalma's 1976 masterpiece of Suspense, Revenge, and Terror, Carrie. With a "Who's Who" of 1970's first-time talent i…
 
We have another water based case today, because if you weren’t scared of open water apparently we’re on a mission to make sure you are by the end of the month. Today we're looking at the case North Korean ghost ships washing up on the shores of the Sea of Japan. FURTHER READING: North Korean ghost ships - Wikipedia North Korea's 'ghost ships' linke…
 
Taylor tells us the story of a still unsolved mystery that has stumped everyone for nearly 50 years. Today we’re talking about the Circleville letter writer. In 1976, several people in Circleville, Ohio started getting weird letters in the mail. These letters were all postmarked from Columbus Ohio and all contained information about the recipient’s…
 
Join us for today’s Halloween bonus episode where Kat tells Taylor and you guys about the Lake Bodom murders which have become one of Northern Europe’s most infamous unsolved murders. Plus there’s a possible spy connection! FURTHER READING: Lake Bodom murders Lake Bodom Lake Bodom Murders: Finland's Most Famous Unsolved Crime Unsolved Murders: True…
 
We're back with another Halloween bonus episode. This time, Taylor tells us all the story of the ghost ship, the Mary Celeste. What happened to her crew? Waterspouts/sea tornados? Mutiny? Sea monsters? Join us to explore all the theories! FURTHER READING: Abandoned Ship: The Mary Celeste | History Mary Celeste What Happened to the Mary Celeste? - H…
 
The Wolf Will Out: The Universal Werewolf On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to discuss the third of The Great Universal Movie Monsters, Lon Chaney Jr. in his signature role as Lawrence Talbot, The Wolf Man. This is an incredible five picture run - the only actor in the Universal Monster canon who played his signa…
 
In today’s Halloween bonus episode, Kat tells us about the mysterious disappearance of Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers in the Panamanian jungle. Did they veer off the beaten path and succumb to their wild surroundings, or was something more sinister going on? FURTHER READING: Deaths of Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon The Unexplained Disappearance Of …
 
Today we’re talking about one of the oldest recorded serial killers in history. Join us as we travel back to Ancient China in this special Halloween bonus minisode and take a look at the story of Imperial Prince Liu Pengli FURTHER READING: Liu Pengli—The Serial Killer King Of The Han Dynasty Wikipedia – Liu Pengli Liang Kingdom Han dynasty - Wikipe…
 
In the first of our Halloween themed episodes, we take a trip to Germany and the Middle Ages. Join us as we tell the story of Christman Genipperteinga and debate whether he really was the most prolific serial killer of all time. This was a fun one, so enjoy! And be sure to check back on Thursday for the first of our extra Halloween bonus episodes! …
 
A Slice of Death - Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I continue our celebration of the Halloween season with a continuing exploration of Horror Cinema. This week we look at a truly nerve-wracking, disturbing, and horrific examination of serial killers, John McNaughton's Henry: Portrait of …
 
This week we’re bringing you the creepy story of The Watcher. When a family bought their dream house in a New Jersey suburb, they weren’t expecting to receive threatening letters from someone claiming to be watching the house. Come listen to us tell this creepy tale and go through all the theories in the case. FURTHER READING: The Haunting of 657 B…
 
Dawn and Michael analyze Jack Unterweger, an Austrian serial killer who murdered Margaret Schafer in what appeared to be an isolated murder. He was convicted in 1974 and was serving a life sentence when he once again used his manipulation to his advantage. He wasn’t finished with what he started and many would regret ever believing the mastermind b…
 
Groovy! - Sam Raimi & Bruce Campbell Battle an Army of Deadites On this week's episode, Ibrahim & I sit down to discuss A Classic Series of the Horror Genre, Sam Raimi's Evil Dead Trilogy: Evil Dead (1981), Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn (1987), and Army of Darkness (1992). The End of the 1970's brought with it a new sense of Horror. A leading voice in …
 
Join us this week as we shine a light on the mysterious case of the Flannan Isles’ missing lighthouse keepers. As we edge ever closer to Halloween we look at the theories surrounding this case and explore whether or not a supernatural entity was involved in the disappearances. This one was really fun, enjoy and let us know your theories about the c…
 
Dawn and Michael take a deep look into the Monster of Florence. Between 1974 and 1985, seven couples were murdered while having sex in parked cars in the hills of Florence, Italy. With many twists and turns, this case has yet to be solved and although more than 100,000 men were questioned and investigated, it only spun a web of deceit that made thi…
 
Missing the Mark - Alex Proyas' The Crow On this week's episode, Mr. Chavez & I travel back to 1994 to look at Alex Proyas' cult classic, The Crow. Featuring incredible set design and production value, The Crow has captured the imagination and admiration of audiences and visual artists, alike. This week Ibrahim & I discuss how this film misses the …
 
If you’ve ever seen the cult classic TV show Twin Peaks, you probably know the name Laura Palmer. But do you know the name Hazel Drew? In this week’s episode we look at the 1908 unsolved murder of Hazel Drew, whose unsolved murder inspired the creators of Twin Peaks and the character of Laura Palmer. FURTHER READING: Hazel’s brutal murder was all b…
 
The Undying Dead: A Continuing Discussion of Vampires (Vampires Part IV) On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Mr. Chavez & I sit down to continue our exploration of those blood-sucking bastards the vampires. This week we discuss Neil Jordan's 1994 adaptation of Anne Rice's novel Interview with the Vampire featuring Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt…
 
We're sharing a different kind of episode with everyone this week. This episode was originally a £10+ Patreon episode with a new format and we wanted more people to hear it and let us know what they thought! Kat’s going to tell us the mysterious story of a man whose body was found on Saddleworth Moor on December 12, 2015 with nothing other than som…
 
Us & Them: The Horror of Jordan Peele On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I tear into the Horror genre on our way towards that most Terrifying of Holidays - Halloween. We start this series with a look at the films of Jordan Peele beginning backwards with Peele's 2019 Us and finish with his 2017 debut (one of the truly great d…
 
This week we’re looking at the still unsolved Chicago Tylenol murders. In 1982, seven unsuspecting victims took Tylenol for headaches, colds, and pain relief and moments later they were dead. The pills had been laced with cyanide and investigators had to work quickly to figure out what was going on. We'll take you through all the details hour by ho…
 
Dawn and Michael discuss David Parker Ray, AKA, “The Toy Box Killer." Ray soundproofed a truck trailer which he called his "toy box", and equipped it with items used for sexual torture. He would kidnap between five and six girls a year, holding each of them captive for around three to four months. During this period he would sexually abuse his vict…
 
Yakuza, Soldier, Swordmaker, Mercenary, Bad Ass: The Legend of Shinichi "Sonny" Chiba (January 22, 1939 - August 19, 2021) On August 19th the world lost one of the great stars of action cinema with the passing of Shinichi Chiba, known throughout the world as Sonny Chiba. Rising to fame in 60's and early 70's Japanese Cinema, Chiba would play one of…
 
It's September and this month we're looking at unsolved murders! We're starting out with a big one by going back to 1922 Germany and looking at the murder of an entire family at the Hinterkaifeck farm. This story is a weird one with theories about faked deaths, someone managing to lethally hit themselves in the head twice and then hide the murder w…
 
The History of Rock 'N Roll Part VI: The Dream is Over - John Lennon & George Harrison On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I continue our discussion of The Beatles with a special focus on John Lennon & George Harrison. This week we look at the late career work of these exceptional artists; From hit recordings through politica…
 
It's episode 80 and you know what that means: another Scottish case! Join us for our final episode on ancient serial killers as we travel to the Anglo-Scottish borders. This week we look at the case of Geordie Bourne and the infamous border reivers who wreaked havoc on the borders for more than 500 years. We hope you've enjoyed this month's Ancient…
 
Dawn and Michael welcome special guest, John Allore. Since 2002, Theresa's brother, John Allore – whose podcast, Who Killed Theresa?– has continued the investigation, identifying 14 other unsolved murders from 1975 to 1981 which he believes may be connected. Beginning in 2018, John Allore started to focus on other Quebec cases from the 1970s throug…
 
Favella Masterpiece - Fernando Meirelles & Kátia Lund's City of God On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Ibrahim & I sit down to discuss a great film that deserves praise, 2002's City of God directed by Fernando Meirelles & Kátia Lund. There's not a whole lot that I can say in this post that isn't better realized in this new episode. Ta…
 
One night in Rome in 1651, a woman sat down to dinner with her husband, serving him a bowl of soup. But before he could take a sip, the woman broke down and confessed to her husband that she had laced it with poison in an attempt to kill him. As you might expect, the husband was none too happy about his wife’s plan to kill him, and he had her arres…
 
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