Season 1

Stunts, Stars, and Rock 'n' Roll: The Spectacle of Brian Trenchard-Smith's Stunt Rock
December 21, 2021x
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01:29:3361.56 MB

Stunts, Stars, and Rock 'n' Roll: The Spectacle of Brian Trenchard-Smith's Stunt Rock

This week on our podcast, we're cranking up the volume and the adrenaline with a deep dive into "Stunt Rock," the 1978 spectacle that marries high-octane stunts with electrifying rock music, all under the visionary direction of Brian Trenchard-Smith. I'm thrilled to have Jay wit...

Visceral Visions: The Shock and Awe of Body Melt
December 05, 2021x
15
00:55:5638.46 MB

Visceral Visions: The Shock and Awe of Body Melt

This week on the podcast, we're diving into the grotesque and wildly inventive world of "Body Melt," the 1993 Australian body horror film that pushes the boundaries of the genre. Joining me is Louis J Otero from The Gory Picture Show, and together, we'll explore the visceral sho...

Gothic Horrors Down Under: Unraveling the Mysteries of Next of Kin
November 23, 2021x
14
00:54:4237.61 MB

Gothic Horrors Down Under: Unraveling the Mysteries of Next of Kin

Join us on "A Dingo Ate My Movie" this week as we delve into the eerie depths of the 1982 Australian psychological thriller Next of Kin . Special guest Brandon Hardy from Varicon Video and The Gory Picture Show is here to dissect this underappreciated masterpiece with us. Together, we&apo...

An Aussie Musical Gem: The Magic of Starstruck
October 30, 2021x
13
01:12:1849.71 MB

An Aussie Musical Gem: The Magic of Starstruck

Welcome back to "A Dingo Ate My Movie," the go-to podcast for fans of Australian cinema! In this vibrant episode, I'm thrilled to have Tab from Test Pattern join us again to discuss Gillian Armstrong's iconic 1982 musical, Starstruck . Dive into the colourful world of this quirk...

Down Under Dangers: Unpacking the Perils of Dark Age
October 18, 2021x
12
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Down Under Dangers: Unpacking the Perils of Dark Age

This week on the podcast, we're delving into the depths of Australian genre cinema with "Dark Age" from 1982. I'm thrilled to have Sketches joining me for a conversation about this cult classic, a standout entry in the Australian exploitation (or "Ozploitation") moveme...