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Thomas Edward Seymour director of such questionable films as the Amazon Prime documentary VHS Massacre, Troma’s Monster Kill Original Series, Mark of the Beast and Bikini Bloodbath 1-3, tells us what he’s up to. Tom has been called a top underground filmmaker in the U.S. and is known among other things for his work on the Broadband Emmy Nominated Hulu web series net_work.

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Thomas Edward Seymour director of such questionable films as the Amazon Prime documentary VHS Massacre, Troma’s Monster Kill Original Series, Mark of the Beast and Bikini Bloodbath 1-3, tells us what he’s up to. Tom has been called a top underground filmmaker in the U.S. and is known among other things for his work on the Broadband Emmy Nominated Hulu web series net_work.

 

 

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Here's a photo of Zardoz to cheer you up! Some folks may have noticed that we haven’t posted a new New York Cine Radio show in a while. Lucky the Tribbles and Trilobites show has been has started after a long break. We had been posting NYCR shows for over 5 years now. I personally got a lot out of it. With nearly 1,000,000 we were able to I hope help some Indie filmmakers raise some money. I was able to interview some amazing folks and we made the rather successful Amazon Prime documentary VHS Massacre about the decline of physical media! Order your Blu-ray today it’s coming out May 9th! It was called a really fantastic documentary by Aint it Cool News and Indie film king Lloyd Kaufman himself called it brilliant. It’s truly been an honor. I don’t think I’m going to stop the show altogether and Dave, James and Ken may even do a fairwell episode! I will probably post a show on occasion and I may open the door for others to host there own show on our network. Lately the idea of just talking about the latest piece of shit to come out of Hollywood is really not doing anything. For instance lately I’m  fascinated by Tarkofsky films which bare no resemblance to modern films. James Richardson may post his own show and I’m going to use NYCR to give your updates on my films projects or to say something more concise. So the light at New York Cinema Radio are not off but I no longer want to make a show just to make a show. Thanks to everyone who has listened over the years.

 

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Welcome to Tribbles and Trilobites Episode 0226, Troy Bernier and our wonderful resident literary agent and editor Leslie Owen will be discussing the amazing feature length film Space Detective. It is a live-action / animated sci-fi adventure from the Swamp Media Group.

The episodic story follows the exiled galactic sleuth known only as Shiro who returns to Carina Dawn ( a massive city in space) to help an old flame only to find himself caught in a web of galactic gangsters and interstellar intrigue.

Joining us are, the director Antonio Llapur and Matt Sjafiroeddin who plays the starring role as SHIRO.

SPACE DETECTIVE recently made its debut at the Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival where it won the top prizes for Best Science Fiction Feature Film and Best Soundtrack.

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Antonio Llapur is a writer, actor, director, and part-time costumed vigilante from Las Vegas. He is the director of Swamp Media Group’s ambitious sci-fi adventure Space Detective. Antonio is also Space Detective’s Co-Writer (with Matt Sjafiroeddin), Art Director, VFX Supervisor / Lead Artist, and is an Executive Producer. He also made the tacos.

Matt Sjafiroeddin, who stars as the mysterious Shiro in Swamp Media Group's Space Detective, is an accomplished actor, painter, writer, and poet. Matt is Space Detective’s Producer and Co-Writer (with Antonio Llapur) and created dozens of fantastic creatures, costumes, and make-up effects for the Space Detective universe.

@SpaceDetective

https://www.facebook.com/SpaceDetective/

http://spacedetectivemovie.com/

 

Upcoming festivals

A. Sci Fi London - London, UK @scifilondon

B. Phoenix Comicon Film Festival @phoenixcomicon

C. Mammoth Film Fest @mlfilmfest  

  

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Louis Puster III is an American author who writes dark fantasy fiction. His current works include the Saga of Ukumog, a series about an undead man with no memory of his past who is stuck in a world that ancient evils have torn apart.

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Visit his website as well as follow him on social media.

https://www.amazon.com/Louis-Puster-III/e/B004OB5GDW

http://www.louispuster3.com

http://www.facebook.com/louispuster3
https://twitter.com/Lpuster3
https://www.patreon.com/lpuster3

The intro, intermissions and ending music are from Mr. Puster's artist recommendation She Wants Revenge, I can admit is one of the best goth punk bands in this century. Here is a youtube video of them.

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From tiny houses to web-series to indie comic book stores NYCR celebrates the independent artist and business community! Music by Kevin MacCleod!

 

Tiny Home Helper!

Ensemble Theatre Company of New York

Spring Flin Music Fest April 9th in Waterbury CT!

The Hamilcast

Razor Sharp Studios

Terry Byrd Horror film actor!

ZPTV see Tom's Films for free!

 

 

 

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This is filmmaker Tom Seymour's perspective on the film Logan. One of the best in the sub-genre that is Comic Book films. A film more profound than is had to be Tom makes the case that the flm is really about the dying American Dream, family, Immigration policy and the shrinking middle-class crushed uder the weight of runnaway government and corperate facism. The films will get to you. We'' be back Thursday witht he full crew too hear the gang perspective!

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The Fourth Annual New York Cinema Radio Award goes to the Greasy Strangler for best film of the year… at least that’s what Tom thinks. As a matter a fact, just showing the trailer to the Greasy Strangler kind of freaked out everyone at NYCR. You’ll have to tune in next week to see what Dave and James’s winning pics are but we’d like to congratulate director Jim Hosking for his win! That being said this week we talk about the podcast series Finding Richard Simmons and the film The Accountant. With hosts Thomas Edward Seymour, James Richardson and Dave Leute! Watch Greasy Strangler on Amazon Prime for Free as well as VHS Massacre, created Ken Powell and the gang at NYCR!

 

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This week the gang talks about John Wick 2 and the Arrival! With hosts Tom Seymour, James Richardson and Dave Leute!

 
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This week the gang talks about Split and Manchester by the Sea! With hosts Tom Seymour, James Richardson and Dave Leute!

 
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 The gang chats about fan made Star Trek shows! With hosts Tom Seymour, James Richardson and Dave Leute!

 
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This week the gang talks about new camera gear, It’s Always Sunny and Hacksaw Ridge. With hosts Tom Seymour, James Richardson and Dave Leute!

 
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The gang chats about Hidden Figures and Classic Aransky and politics! With hosts Tom Seymour with James Richardson and Dave Leute!

 
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Tom speaks at the Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival about creating and marketing web series with content creator Indie Annie Jones and Producer/Composer Tim Kulig! We’ll be back next week with James Richardson and Dave Leute!

 
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From working with a dozen live rattlesnakes on the film Stanley, directing William Shatner in Impulse, making a film with no script (Psychedelic Priest) or even shooting a feature film in seven days (Death Curse of Tartu), Indie film legend William Grefe has had one of the most Interesting film careers we’ve ever heard of. He sat down with Tom Seymour to talk about it all. William also ran the Ivan Tors' Studio in Miami that produced such classics at Flipper and Gentle Ben but his real passion was exploitation films and he has director over a dozen throughout the years.

 

"March of the Spoons" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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