Guest Co-Hosts: Josh Hadley & El Goro
Let us tell you of the days of high adventure....
In a truly epic episode of The Projection Booth, we look at John Milius's Conan the Barbarian. The film put Arnold Schwarzenegger on the map and kicked-off years of sword & sorcery imitators.
Along with El Goro of Talk without Rhythm and Josh Hadley of Radiodrome, we explore the fiction of Robert E. Howard, the Marvel Comics version of the Barbarian and the subsequent sequels and reboot to the 1982 film.
Clocking in at seven hours, this is not a podcast for the weak.
Buy The Coming of Conan the Cimmerian by Robert E. Howard
Buy Conan the Barbarian on Blu-Ray
Buy Blood and Thunder: The Life and Art of Robert E. Howard by Mark Finn
Buy Conan The Phenomenon by Paul M. Sammon
Buy Conan the Barbarian: The Horn of Azoth by Gerry Conway and Roy Thomas
Buy Savage Sword of Conan by Roy Thomas, Barry Windsor-Smith, and John Buscema
Buy The Dark Barbarian That Towers Over All by Don Herron
Be sure to listen to The Cromcast
Read "I Had No Idea he was a Racist Douchebag" by Mark Finn
Read What's it like to have your film flop at the box office? by Sean Hood
Read Nine Days in Cimmeria by Paul M. Sammon
Visit the Robert E. Howard Foundation
Visit the Conan Completist website
Visit the official Frank Frazetta website
Visit the official Mark Finn blog
Visit the official Sean Hood blog
Visit the official William Smith website
Visit the official Sandahl Bergman Facebook page
Visit the official Arnold Schwarzenegger website
Visit the official Gerry Lopez website
Read Mondo Justin's interview with Ernie Reyes Jr.
Read Everything You Never Knew About The Making of Conan The Barbarian
Read 33 Things We Learned From the Conan the Barbarian Commentary
Listen to our episode on Milius
Listen to our episode on The Big Wednesday
"Wheel of Pain" - Basil Poledouris
"Riders of Doom" - Basil Poledouris
"Battle of the Mounds" - Basil Poledouris
"Kalidor's Theme" - Ennio Morricone
"Anvil Of Crom" - Basil Poledouris
"Conan: The Musical" - Jon & Al Kaplan
Listen to the Cromcast's Conan Vs. Heavy Metal Mix: