Cultpix Radio Ep.76 - Scopitone, Filthy 50th February & More
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by Django Nudo & the Smut Peddler
2M ago
Django Nudo and the Smut Peddler are thrilled with the reception to the Mike Vraney Memorial Month, with a wealth of new films from Lisa Petrucci - the first Theme Month when we did TWO films each day - and an influx of new members. (There will be more news from Something Weird Video soon.) 'Roughies' such as "Unholy Matrimony" (1966) were definitely a favourite of Mike's. We discuss why we don't have any 'subscribers', but only MEMBERS, how we do the Jewish Mother guilt trip to get them to stay and why Cultpix is amazing value at $4.92 if you sign up for a whole year, while some people pay ..read more
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Cultpix Radio Ep.75 - Top 10 Lists for 2023 (Naughty and Nice)
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by Django Nudo & the Smut Peddler
3M ago
The Top 10 films on Cultpix in 2023. Top 10 Nice: 10. Eve and the Merman (1965) - A 60s nudie, with no (famous) talent behind or in front of the camera!  9. Alucarda, the Daughter of Darkness/Alucarda, la hija de las tinieblas (1977) - An actual classic! Demonic forces and obsession.  8. Killer Workout (Aerobicide) (1987) - Cheesy 80s outfits in a Jane-Fonda-meets-Jason slasher. 7. Skräcken har 1000 ögon/Fear Has 1,000 Eyes/Sensous Sorceress (1970) - “A study in fear, sex and magic!” 6. Takin' It Off (1985) - 80’s sex comedy, where Kitten Natividad as a stripper who wants to be ..read more
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Cultpix Radio Ep.74 - Christmas Special, looking back on 2023 and ahead to 2024
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by Django Nudo & the Smut Peddler
4M ago
Santa Nudo and the Smut Peddler (aka Satan's Little Helper) are back in the studio after a long break. Lots of things has been happening while we were of air and busy with other (Cultpix things), including finances, applications and great plans for 2024! We had a second Rene Bond Theme Week and there are enough of her films to come for two more weeks. In October we had 31 Days of Halloween, which inspired us to have regular theme months where we highlight existing films and include some new ones. As part of the October Halloween theme we had a Theme Week of UK Horror and Fantasy in co-opera ..read more
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Cultpix Radio Ep.73 - Rocky Horror's "Science Fiction/Double Feature" Special
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by Django Nudo & the Smut Peddler
7M ago
Count von Nudo and Schmutt P. Eddler do the time warp back to the musical that started a cult phenomenon exactly 50 years ago - The Rocky Horror (Picture) Show. We celebrate the opening song "Science fiction/Double Feature", which name-checks some of the greatest science fiction and horror films of the 1930s, 40s, 50s and 60s. We have been able to include six of the 11 films mentioned in this theme week. The other five, such as King Kong (1933) and The Invisible Man (1933) belong to big Hollywood studios, making it more difficult for us to get the rights to show them (but we will keep trying ..read more
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Cultpix Radio Ep.72 - Danish Dudes (in Outer Space)
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by Django Nudo & the Smut Peddler
7M ago
Denmark might not be the first country you think of when it comes to science fiction films, but Django and Smut put it on the space map with the latest theme week, celebrating two film makers that made their mark on the genre:  Ib Melchior and Sidney W. Pink. The Dane Melchior was a distinguished World War II hero who was awarded the Bronze Heart, before embarking on writing and directing. He met American producer Sidney W. Pink, who moved to Denmark in 1959, as related in this interview by Ib late in his long and rich life. The two would form an un-easy creative partnership that spanned ..read more
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Cultpix Radio Ep.71 - A Mixed Bag (Astro-Zombies, Mark Hamill, Debbie Does Dallas and More)
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by Django Nudo & the Smut Peddler
8M ago
Smut Peddler tells Django Nudo about an exciting new streaming service he's discovered called... Cultpix! Yes, sometimes we don't have time to watch all of our films, so we go back and re-discovers gems that we missed when they were first uploaded. 80's fantasy films were the super-enjoyable Amazons (1986), Gor (1987), and The Beastmaster (1982), followed by Starcrash (1978).  R.I.P. William Friedkin.  The Astro-Zombies (1968) - Schlocky space-horror hokum with John Carradine as a disgruntled scientist sets about creating Astromen from criminal's dead body parts, with Tura Satana, b ..read more
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Cultpix Radio Ep.70 - We Know What We Did This Summer
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by Django Nudo & the Smut Peddler
9M ago
Smut and Django are back from their summer breaks, though the film still kept on coming. In this episode, they go over some of the themes, films and fun that happened while Cultpix Radio was off the air. There was no episode on Hungarian 'Easterns' (aka 'Goulash Westerns') or about director Bob Chinn, which might still get their own dedicated podcasts in the future. Meanwhile we have split the Top 10 lists into two - one 'Naughty' (adult) and 'Nice' (scifi, horror and everything else). We were written about in Variety and had a full spread in Scandinavia's largest broadsheet newspaper Dagens ..read more
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Cultpix Radio Ep.69 - Ed Wood Jr: NOT the Worst Director Ever (with Jim Knipfel)
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by Django Nudo, the Smut Peddler and Jim Knipfel
11M ago
Django and Smut celebrate Cultpix being named on of the 10 Best New Streaming Services, talks about the next two episodes before the summer break, highlight the launch of the LGBTQ+ sub-genre and mourn the demise of Network Releasing. We have held what is probably the world's most comprehensive retrospective of the films of Ed Wood Jr, including films that he directed, wrote the script or book on which it is based. All-in-all 20 films, TV shows and shorts that Wood is linked to. While Ed Wood is often derided as the 'worst director ever', an image that Tim Burton's loving biopic "Ed Woo ..read more
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Cultpix Radio Ep.68 - Doris Wishman's Nudist Years, with Michael J. Bowen
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by Django Nudo, the Smut Peddler and Michael Bowen
11M ago
Smut and Django are at the Cannes Film Festival (technically the Marche - Market) to meet with distributors and sign deals. There was a great article in Variety about the latest batch of Cultpix deals, which mean that we have over 250 more films to add later this year, with some real cult classics.  This episode is the third devoted to Doris Wishman, focusing on the sun-soaked 'Daylight Years' and early nudist films. As one of the most prolific women filmmakers in the history of American cinema, "writer-director-editor Wishman created collisions between surrealism and exploitation that f ..read more
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Cultpix Radio Ep.67 - The French Director Too Sexy For France, with Lucas Balbo
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by Django Nudo, the Smut Peddler and Luca Balbo
1y ago
Django Nudo reports live from sunny California, while the Smutpeddler sits in the cold north of Sweden, discussing with Luca Balbo, in the hopefully sunny Paris! We celebrate our second anniversary, and discuss how the value for money only increases, great news in this world of recession. Cultpix is forming new relationships with amazing rights holders and DVD companies all over the place. Recently we’ve had films from Japanese Kadokawa, US Deaf Crocodile, the German label Rapid Eye Movies and this week’s theme week partner – French company Le chat qui fume. The theme week consists of 10 Fr ..read more
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