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Episode 70: Self Storage (2013) (/w Brad Gullickson)

I’m SO Excited! I’m SO Excited! I’m SO SCARED! It’s ERITFM #70, and we’re joined by the great Brad Gullickson to talk about a spooky, scary horror movie! It’s 2013’s SELF STORAGE, featuring Michael Berryman (THE HILLS HAVE EYES), Jonathan Silverman (WEEKEND AT BERNIE’S) and ERIC ROBERTS (EVERYTHING!). There’s organ stealing, acid baths, pulmonary wraths, LASER TAG and an ending that three grown men can’t make heads nor tails of. TIME TO LISTEN! As always, check out ERIC ROBERTS IS THE MAN on Twitter, or come chat ER (or anything else) on our Facebook group. Don’t forget to head over to
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Episode 10: Miss Castaway and the Island Girls (2004) & Wrong Cops (2013) (/w Michael Sullivan)

It's the episode THE MAN didn't want you to hear! Actually, Episode 10 of ERITFM is coming to you late because of technical difficulties (aka I screwed up the recording) but the wait is, uh, WORTH IT. This episode has it all: a #SPEEDBALL update, music from Dick Maloney, MICHAEL JACKSON, and, of course, Joe Millionaire. We're joined by Shock Cinema's Michael Sullivan, who brings his trademark wit - and awesome voice - to our discussion of the painful spoof MISS CASTAWAY AND THE ISLAND GIRLS and the extremely odd "comedy" WRONG COPS. Praise be to Eric Roberts, it's time to listent! As always, check out ERIC ROBERTS IS THE MAN on Twitter, or come chat ER (or anything else) on our Facebook group.
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Episode 7: Rude Awakening (1989) & Doctor Who (1996)

Everybody must get stoned! On Episode 7 of ERITFM we are joined by Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada's Jason Whyte to chat about two MORE illustrious Eric Roberts performances. First we discuss the late 80s hippy-dippy comedy RUDE AWAKENING which involves huge, ridiculous beards, talking fish and a CRAZY ending that almost redeems the whole big barrel of nonsense. Then we TIME HOP back to 1996 and the ill-fated DOCTOR WHO TV MOVIE which was meant to launch a new era for The Doc, but instead it went over like a wet balloon. Or a broken TARDIS. Or something. It DOES feature Eric Roberts hamming it up as THE MASTER, though, so YAY!
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