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Darren and Clive discuss Shaw Bros, The Bat-Shit Years. Musical break: Light Sabre Cock Sucker Blues by Mclusky Musical outro: Confusion Dub by King Tubby
Despite some Gremlins in the console, Ron and Clive do manage to just about discuss two Moon-based oddities for your pleasure. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Jay Mon Walk by Harry J. Allstars Musical outro: Soon The Moon by Godz
Clive and Ron discuss Tarkovsky, Soderbergh and Bowie, while eating some nice biscuits (quietly). MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Solaris Dub by Radikal Guru Musical outro: Magical Moon by Ten Benson
Daz and Cleif take an extremely studious, serious look at the films of Tang Chia and Lau Yuk-Pok (phwoar!). Head-and-soldiers above the rest. Musical break: Stimpy sings I'm Gonna Be A Monkey Musical outro: Cross Eyed Blues by Helen Humes and Sylvester Weaver
Only Roddy Piper can repopulate the earth, and a bestial relationship with the non-amphibian amphibious man. Ron Scott, Clive Davies and the Magic Morning Wood gives you this and more. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Ain't Got No Home by Clarence "Frogman" Henry Musical outro: Rock Coast Blues by Country Joe And The Fish…
Lo-fi pink movie chat, and the birth of Wank Advisor.
Clive and Ron hang out on the carnival midway with Jodie "jailbait" Foster, before putting on the glasses to find out that Alex Jones was right all along!!! MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Life Is A Carnival by The Band Musical outro: They Live By Night by The Make-Up
Darren & Clive talk Liu Chia-Liang. Hisao Ho, surrogate kung fu, Kara Hui definitely not being a man and Windsor Davies. Only on Ychyfus! Musical break: Whispering Grass By Windsor Davies and Don Estelle Musical outro: Legendary Weapons by Wu Tang Clan
Ron & Clive discuss freakshows and Megan Ward's red beret. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Stalker by The Ramrods Musical outro: Pinhead by The Ramones
Let the venom spill forth as Ron & Clive attempt to usurp the other in a vicious battle of wits...... or just another fucking film podcast. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: The Illinois Enema Bandit (extract) by Frank Zappa Musical outro: Every Time A Bell Rings by Half Man Half Biscuit
Clive & Ron take a wander through tinseltown, talk more Pa-Lance, and consider PC or not PC. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Hollywood-A-Go-Go by The Hollywood Persuaders Musical outro: Hollywood by Cluster
Deluxe Darren & Shaolin Sioned's brother Clive veer away from Shaw for an episode, to discuss a hard man with a stupid haircut and the historical use of computerised food vending machines in the world of martial arts. They are very silly. Musical break: Hong Kong Twist by Gert Wilden and his Orchestra Musical outro: I Had a Little Boat by Ivor Cutl…
Ron Scott and Clive Davies contemplate the contemplators, disappearing up their own holes. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Travelling Light by Tindersticks (with Carla Torgerson) Musical outro: Docteur Jekyll et Monsieur Hyde by Brigitte Bardot and Serge Gainsbourg
Clive & Ron threaten another year of their cine-drivel. This time they have clones on their minds. Will they ever shut up? MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Me And My Clone by Cursor Miner Musical outro: Disco Clone by Cristina
Daz, Cleif and Venoms, motherfucker. Musical break: (I'm Stuck In A Pagoda With) Tricia Toyota by The Dickies Musical outro: Crippled Abortions by Reek Of Shits
Welcome back Ron, as we discuss a proto-HOME ALONE, the joys of Minitel, and yet another Bob Clark classic. It's Christmas in the Magic Morning Wood, welcome all. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Don't Believe It's Christmas by The Sonics Musical outro: I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day by Frank Sidebottom…
Ron remains absent, so guest Geno Cuddy joins Clive to talk some much maligned Laurel & Hardy. No lobsters were harmed in the making of this podcast. MMMW theme by Ron Powell
Ron takes a breather while Clive is joined by guest Nick Sheehan to talk Giulio Questi and drool over Ewa Aulin. MMW Theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Return of Django by The Upsetters Musical outro: Chicken Walk by Hasil Adkins
Clive Davies, Darren Jones, more Chang Cheh and a very squeaky chair. Musical outro: Shaolin Temple by Prince Jammy
Ron and Clive are not the ugliest people on the podcast for a change, as we take a look at a couple of true crime-inspired serial killer flicks. Shout out to Tampon Gunter. MMW Theme by Mike Powell Musical interlude: Let's Get Ugly by Pop Wil Eat Itself Musical outro: Vengeance Pt. 2 by Wooden Wand
Ron and Clive tackle 40 plus years of Michael Myers (and Dan O'Herlihy) across 11 films in our bumper Halloween special. Don't they have anything better to do? Losers. MMW theme by Mike Powell Outro music: Michael Myers by The Meteors
Darren imagines a pornographic alternate cut of 7 Golden Vampires, and proves to be the Billy Chong whisperer, while Clive looks on in amazement. It's the Ychyfus Halloween special, direct from Funky Town. Drychwch!
Ron, Clive and Nick Sheehan talk about pesky killer insects in Cold War-era Japan and John Saxon-era America. Introduction...........Squeeze Bees by Ivor Cutler MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Rock, H-Bomb, Rock by H-Bomb Ferguson Musical outro: Bees by Caribou
The Shaw Bros coverage continues with Chang Cheh and the Iron Triangle years.... with your intrepid hosts, Cleif a Darren Musical break: Vengeance In Dub by Yabby You Musical outro: Kung Fu by Shitdisco
Clive and Ron discuss bloody killer kids, the little bastards. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: I Kill Children by Dead Kennedys Musical outro: Workin' In The Cornfield by Junior Murvin
Ron and Clive talk dead children, grieving, broken marriages and all that fun stuff! MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Sonic Reducer by The Dead Boys Musical outro: E=MC2 by Big Audio Dynamite
Lo-fi pink chat with Steve Nsmith.
Clive and Ron discuss witches, having nothing to say, paedophilia vs. ephebophilia and other things. It can only be the MMW! MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: The Witch by Adam and Eve Musical outro: My Girlfriend Is A Witch by October Country
A method behind the madness. Some Japanese filth, arty French filth, pure French filth.
Darren and Clive begin a mini-series looking at some signature releases from the Shaw Bros studio (yes we know it's Clearwater Bay, not Causeway; slip of the tongue there!). And of course no Shaw discussion would be complete without a digression into the world of Junior Kickstart.
Ron Scott and Clive Davies discuss a couple of Thomas Harris adaptations. The world rejoices. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Vaginal Cannibal by Funeral Rape (they are available for children's parties i believe) Musical outro: Terrorist by The Renegade
Clive and Ron are joined in the Wood by guest curator Geno Cuddy to talk trucks, vehicular manslaughter and such. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Ten Wheels for Jesus by Elvis Hitler Musical outro: Calling All Trucks by Betty Ford Clinic
(To the tune of London Bridge Is Falling Down)..... Jimmy Wang Yu has one arm, has on arm, has one arm Jimmy Wang Yu has one arm, but he's dead hard. Yes, Darren & Clive talk some seminal cartoonish fu in episode two.
Clive and Ron discuss a cops 'n' psychos triple-bill, do borderline racist angry Korean impersonations and shamelessly self-promote, all in the Wood. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break #1: Public Enemy Number One by Max Romeo Musical break #2: Psychopath by The Pigs Musical outro: Dirty Harry by Gorillaz Rest assured, there is no Huey Lewis to …
Let's cut the crap, sort this out, and start from the end. .Davies Clive and Scott Ron with Wood Morning Magic the In Powell Mike by theme MMW Musical break: The Sound Wave Reversing by Man...or Astroman? Musical outro: Backward by Kode9 and the Spaceape
A new show! Clive Davies and Darren Jones talk fu...kung-fu that is. We kick off with a Taiwanese oddity from the md-80s. Drychwch!
Clive, Ron, more fucking running; this time in 4th Century BC Sicily, and very 1990s Germany. It's the Magic Morning Wood, of course. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Hold On, It's Running by Blowfly Musical outro: Running Man by Nuclear Hyde
Running in Hamilton, Running in Folsom. Ron and Clive discuss an activity they never do, running. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Marathon by Zion Train Outro music: Making Plans For Nigel by XTC
Clive & Ron fill a listener request and talk spooky comedies. A haunted triple-bill. MMW theme by Mike Powell 1st Musical Break: Better Off Dead by Digger and the Pussycats 2nd Musical Break: Haunted House by Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs Musical Outro: There's A Ghost In My House by R. Dean Taylor
Clive, Ron, the Balkans, hot Dr. Pepper and more....only in the wood MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Underground by Tinchy Strider Outro music: Underground by Nina Nastasia
Ron & Clive discuss the great bard, but fear not, childish knob gags prevail. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Air on a G String by Big In Albania Musical outro: Signifying Rapper by Schoolly D.
Clive and Ron discuss the complicated meta life of Steve Coogan. Apologies for the poor Michael Caine impersonation. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Cock and Bull by The Don Ellis Quartet Outro music: The Trip by Kim Fowley
Vintage madness with Clive and Ron. They sure had good drugs in the 40s. MMW theme by Mike Powell Outro music: Blind Man's Penis by John Trubee and the Geeks
Ron, Clive and a Kinji Fukusaku double-bill. MMW Theme by Mike Powell Musical Break: Kids with Guns by Gorillaz Outro music: Gangsta Kid II by Shy Fx and Gunsmoke
A romantic time is had by Ron and Clive in the Wood. With some cute meat. MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Tainted Love by Dave Phillips and the Hot Rod Gang Outro music: Bonnie and Clyde by Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot Join the MMW Circle Jerk Facebook group and give away all your personal data to Mark Zuckerberg! https://www.facebo…
Clive and Ron discuss Joe Meek, Ian Dury and the Oscars MMW theme by Mike Powell Musical break: Have I The Right by The Honeycombs Musical outro: Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick by Ian Dury and the Blockheads