Episode 59: Lansky (1999) (/w Daeron Wilson)

A wise guy, eh? We’re classing up the joint on episode 59 of ERIC ROBERTS IS THE MAN. Not only do we have special guest Daeron Wilson (from the Psychosemantic podcast) bringing his trademark mix of wit, punk and politics, but we’ve got a movie written by David Mamet! Before he went crazy! Not only that, but this made-for-HBO flick was directed by HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER’S John McNaughton and stars Richard Dreyfuss! Sure it’s boring, but WHAT A PEDIGREE! Oh, and did we mention that it features Eric Roberts walking away with the whole movie as Bugsy Siegel? Well, now I have! TURN IT UP.

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Our guest this week is Daeron Wilson! Check out THE PSYCHOSEMANTIC PODCAST right here, You can also find him on Twitter @DaeronWilson


Music on this episode:

Break #1 – “Tommy Gun” by The Clash
Break #2 – “Nazi Punks **** Off” by Dead Kennedys