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Cult Film Freak Podcast stars James M. Tate from Cult Film Freaks Dot Com and author/critic Laura Wagner from Classic Images Magazine. They talk movies, television shows, and chat with a sporadic show biz guest, or two. So Tune In...

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DEY YOUNG played the shy, spectacle-wearing KATE RAMBEAU in the cult classic ROCK N ROLL HIGH SCHOOL, and has appeared in many films and television shows since.

COLEEN GRAY appeared in some of the greatest Film Noir classics including NIGHTMARE ALLEY, KISS OF DEATH, KANSAS CITY CONFIDENTIAL, and Stanley Kubrick's THE KILLING.

RICHARD HATCH starred in the original BATTLESTAR GALACTICA as "Captain Apollo" and as "Tom Zarek" on the popular reboot series.

HARRY NORTHUP appeared in every Martin Scorsese film from 1968 to 1977, including MEAN STREETS and TAXI DRIVER, and played the villainous "Sheriff Doberman" in the teen angst classic OVER THE EDGE.

KIRK BALTZ played "Marvin Nash", the doomed young cop who's beaten and tortured by Michael Madsen in Quentin Tarantino's first film, the iconic RESERVOIR DOGS.

MIKE HAMILL played the evil preacher in the cult classic TROLL 2, and has a fun time recollecting the experience working on this beautiful cinematic catastrophe that has garnered an immense fanbase.

DEBORAH REED turns from grotesque to gorgeous back to grotesque as "Creedence the Troll Queen" in the cult masterpiece TROLL2, the best worst movie ever made. And to read my unofficial TROLL3 script, which appears in... more

DONNY MOST is best remembered as the jokey red-head "Ralph Malph" from HAPPY DAYS. He also starred in the Roger Corman classic CRAZY MAMA and a very popular episode of CHIPS as a demon possessed rock star.

GARY KENT, actor/stuntman of many great independent films, delves further into projects directed by the likes of Peter Bogdanovich, Richard Rush, Al Adamson and Ray Dennis Steckler.

ROBERT DIX has been in many a film: dealing with spies, space aliens, cowboys, vampires, bikers and badasses, and at one point was up for the lead in BEN HUR.
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