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Radiodrome is a weekly talk show starring Josh Hadley(Lost in the Static), Brad Jones(The Cinema Snob), and featuring Jerrid Foiles(Foil Wrapped Productions) discussing grindhouse and exploitation cinema, big boxes, and movie franchises among various other topics. It began in August of 2009 with Brad and Jerrid hosting; there were 5 episodes (with months long intervals between) made before the project was dropped in February of 2010. In December of 2010 it was announced that Radiodrome would return with new host Josh Hadley on Jackalope Radio as a weekly program with Brad Jones returning as co-host. The first episode premiered on January 6th 2011 and is still running every Thursday night at 9 PM CST via Jackalope’s website and on local radio station 105fm in Kansas City, MO. Special guests have included 42nd Street Pete(42nd Street Pete's Grindhouse) and the prolific LLoyd Kaufman(Troma Entertainment)

Customer Reviews

Great pod

I’ve been a listener for years now and always love to dive into a new episode when it’s posted. My only complaint is the Skype audio quality isn’t always great but when the substance is this good it’s not even that noticeable. Yes Josh is very opinionated but people with strong opinions always make for a fun listen and the show turned me on to all kinds of great films. Definitely worth a listen.

Love this show!!!!

My dad owned a video store for 30 years. These guys are my brothers. I feel like I could shoot the bull with them for days.

Nobody talks about all these old movies, Hell most people don’t even know they ever existed.

This show rocks.


I had a good run of about five years, but today I had to drop it. With political divisivness ramping up these past few years, this show has shown me glimpses of some questionable opinions concerning "PC culture" and specifically the BLACK LIVES MATTER movement. I'm truly the furthest thing from a "SJW" but listening to some of these tangents is pretty unsettling. If I'm looking for that sort of unsavory content, I'll turn off my movie podcast and venture into the 4chan chatroom.

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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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