Radio From Hell Interviews the Director Jeremy Seifert of the documentary OMG GMO. Jeremy Seifert explains crossbreeding and modification of GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms.)
Director Seifert addresses the issues of agriculture and the negative effects of Round-Up on crops.“You have giant chemical companies now feeding us, and you have a chemical company like Monsanto trying to sell more chemicals: Round-Up is the most prevalent herbicide in the world.” Round-Up (a chemical pesticide) has been linked to Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, various forms of cancer, and Celiac Disease. “The GMOs have been quote ‘proven-safe’ from 3 month industry studies or industry-affiliated studies, and yet longer term studies are indicating that there might be serious health implications from GMOs.”
“We need to be awake to this issue, GMOs are not labeled in this country and most people don’t know what they are.”
OMG GMO is now out on DVD.
Lou Ferrigno talks to Richie T about being Michael Jackson's personal trainer, coming to this year's Salt Lake Comic Con, and much more!
Being Michael Jackson’s Personal Trainer
Well it was different because he [Michael Jackson] was so involved in music that he never really weight trained or exercised as much before. So when I was with him, I would give him a live regiment, like a routine so he could do it to retain his flexibility and stamina.
Going to Salt Lake Comic Con 2014
Well, I do a panel at the Con also, and I tell the fans to stay away from drugs, sex, and violence. That’s important because the fact that they come to a comic con that’s so positive, and you meet people, and make connections to celebrities, and there’s a Q&A. It’s always about walking away with a smile on your face instead of being depressed and doing the wrong things to yourself.
Captain Shackleford from the TV show Wicked Tuna: North vs. South talks to Radio From Hell about old North vs. South rivalries, tuna season, and ICCAT - conservation of tuuuuuuuna fishhhhhhh!
Captain Britton Shackleford and his family live in North Carolina where he has been able to fish commercially. This is a relatively new way of handling fish which was able to make him stand out amongst other fisherman for National Geographic’s show Wicked Tuna: North vs. South. Captain Shackleford’s family have been involved in catching and producing seafood since 1670: “I tell people all the time, fishing is not what I do, fishing is what I am.” He explains that a "good" fish is deteremined by color, fat content, amino acids. Will the ocean ever run out of fish? Captain Shackleford says no - as long as America stays part of the ICCAT International Commission For the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas then the Blue Fin Tuna can stay safe in the ocean.
National Geographic’s Wicked Tuna: North vs. South premieres Sunday at 10 pm.
Saints & Soldiers: The Void Filmmakers Interview with Radio From Hell
Radio From Hell Sat down with Adam Able & Ryan Little to discuss their new film: Saints & Soldiers: The Void
Where did you film Saint & Soldiers: The Void? How many of them are there?
This is the third one. And we filmed this one in the foothills of Alpine, Cottonwood Heights in the old paper sugar mill, and at the Utah State Hospital, that has this castle behind it, in Provo.
This isn’t a continuation of the other ones is it?
No, all of them are individual stories that are thread together to explore the humanity within war and people in circumstances on either side of the conflict and the decisions that they make.
You can find out more about the film here
Interview with Dennis Hof with Radio From Hell
Dennis Hoff from the Bunny Ranch talks about his new show King Of The House, plastic restraint tape that doesn’t stick, and a segment about being psychoanalyzed that will be premiering Thursday August 14th at 11 pm on “Hooker Box Office” (HBO).
Two psychiatrists analyzed Dennis Hof on his show. “There’s a whole segment that they analyzed me with a psychiatrist and I can’t wait! I thought this is something that would never air. The first time, I'm trying to be honest with you, because I'm like this is going to be on TV and then the second time I just kind of let [it] down and winded up giving it to them the…'whole Hof experience'."
Radio From Hell sat down with two manly men from Rifftrax, Mike Nelson, and Kevin Murphy! They talked about the 1980's Godzilla premiere that will be coming the a theatre near you!
"We'll be on stage on the Belcourse theater in Nashville, Tennessee. Rifftrax will be doing what we have done for a long time, and make fun of the film, non-stop." August 14th @ 7PM, and August 19th @7:30PM. At any Cinemark, or Centry theater in the Salt Lake Valley!
Listen to the full interview here:
Ticket Information Here
Chris Hardwick stopped in the studio on Friday morning to chat with the RFH crew about his dad, the professional and celebrity bowlers, being serious on stage as a comedian, The Nerdist Podcast, @Midnight and more. Here are the videos:
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