Lights, Camera, Exploitation is your guide to exploitative cinema! Join your esteemed hosts TJ Bowser, Brodie Kaine, and Nik Reese as they examine and breakdown some of the greatest and most unique films of all time. Proudly brought to you by Project Louder.
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On this episode of Lights, Camera, Exploitation the boys are joined by the illustrious Cameron Lee from the Big Bad Beetle Bros podcast to bring you some special Christmas content. We each recommend an exploiative film that’s fitting for the holiday ... more
On this episode of Lights, Camera, Exploitation we examine and discuss Pierre David’s 1994 sci-fi thriller Scanner Cop. This story follows Sam Staziak, a rookie cop with the LAPD, who is also a 'scanner'. When a slew of murders begins to decimate the... more
On this episode of Lights, Camera, Exploitation we examine and discuss William Wesley’s 1988 straw stuffed horror, Scarecrows. This story follows a group of mercenaries known as “The Crows”, who rob a miltary base and flee via cargo plane. Only to be... more
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Lights, Camera, Exploitation launched a year ago and published 32 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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