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Legends of the Fall (feat. Joseph Culp)

You Should See The Other Guy

Why are we covering ‘Legends of the Fall’ on this podcast? Why would we put ourselves through a 2 hour and 12 minute Oscar-baiting historical epic featuring a long-haired Brad Pitt? Because our guest, international male model Joseph Culp (IG: model_joseph_culp) picked it, that’s why. Joe helps Jenn, Samantha, and Sadie sift through the three brothers in this 36th episode of ‘You Should See The Other Guy,’ But mostly, we talk about Bart the Bear, what Facebook would look like during the Civil War, Brad Pitt’s failed journalism career, the British Pop invasion, and more. At one point, Joe says, “Death is the other guy,” and honestly that just feels like the perfect summation of this entire podcasting endeavor.

1hr 14mins

12 Nov 2020

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Episode 12 - Joseph Culp and Sunset Strip Self-Improvement Affirmations

The Experimental Film Podcast

My guest for Episode 12 is actor, director, producer, and experimental filmmaker, Joseph Culp. Joseph's film, Sunset Strip Self-Improvement Affirmations, is an official selection and Festival Winner of the Experimental Film Fest (2020) held in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I had the pleasure of speaking to Joseph during the worst part of the COVID-19 pandemic when we were both isolated (myself in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Joseph somewhere in France--I'm totally not jealous). Because of the pandemic lockdown, we had the opportunity to speak without time restriction. See experimentalfilm.info for more information.

52mins

26 Aug 2020

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Joseph Culp Talks 'Welcome to the Men's Group' & 'Fantastic Four'

Syxx Sense Media

The director of Welcome to the Men's Group and the only man to ever accurately portray Dr. Doom on screen, Joseph Culp, sat down to discuss the dissection of the male ego and how it affects the species in these turbulent times. Welcome to the Men's Group is currently available on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon! Synopsis: Joseph Culp and Scott Ben-Yashar bring you a film that explores what happens in a men’s group when people are no longer willing to hide behind social conventions. Welcome to the Men’s Group is a comedy-drama that explores real-life issues that affect everyone (not just men). The modern male is under pressure like never before, and WTTMG explores how men deal, or don’t deal, with these issues, and how it effects their lives and families. #Doomed #FantasticFour #MensGroupFilm

44mins

1 Jul 2020

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SYS Podcast Episode 261: Screenwriter/Director/Actor Joseph Culp Talks About Putting His New Indy Dramedy Together, Welcome To The Men’s Club

The Selling Your Screenplay Podcast

This week I talk with Joseph Culp about his long career as an actor and how that prepared him for his new role as a writer/director on his latest feature film indy drama / comedy, Welcome To The Men’s Club. The podcast is available in iTunes, YouTube, Stitcher (for Android users), the Windows Marketplace, and […]

35mins

14 Jan 2019

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Interview: Joseph Culp ("Welcome to the Men's Group," "Fantastic Four," "Mad Men")

What Were They Thinking?

In a little break from their usual format, Nathan and Brendan had a chat with actor/writer/director Joseph Culp to talk about his new film - Welcome to the Men's Group. In addition to that, Joseph expands on his role in the infamous Roger Corman-produced film that never saw the light of day - 1994's Fantastic Four. Lots of other topics are discussed like theatre, appearing naked in a movie, working with his dad Robert on Greatest American Hero and much, much more!Nathan and Brendan also reveal next week's... movie... Good God. It's another Patreon Pick!You can get more information about Joseph's new film here - www.themensgroupmovie.com Rent the film on Amazon (https://amzn.to/2EL9jkl), Google Play (https://bit.ly/2EMtheq) or iTunes (https://apple.co/2PXv01w)Like the film's Facebook page (www.facebook.com/themensgroupfilm) and follow them on Twitter (www.twitter.com/mensgroupfilm) Patreon: www.patreon.com/wwttpodcastFacebook: www.facebook.com/wwttpodcastTwitter: www.twitter.com/wwttpodcastInstagram: www.instagram.com/wwttpodcastTheme Song recorded by Taylor Sheasgreen (www.facebook.com/themotorleague)Logo designed by Mariah Lirette (www.instagram.com/mariahhx)Montrose Monkington III: www.twitter.com/montrosethe3rdWhat Were They Thinking is sponsored by GameItAll.com and HostGator (use the coupon code 'schlock' for 25% off your first purchase). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 34mins

27 Dec 2018

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The Douglas Coleman Show w_ Joseph Culp

The Douglas Coleman Show

JOSEPH CULP Actor/Filmmaker - Joseph has been working in theatre, film and television since 1982. He is the son of iconic actor Robert Culp. He was notably seen by television audiences as “Archie Whitman”, the Depression-Era father of “Don Draper” in the hit series Mad Men. He is the first actor to ever play Marvel super-villain “Doctor Doom” in The Fantastic Four. As an actor and filmmaker he won international critical acclaim for his performance as the starving writer in the award-winning film Hunger, an adaptation of Nobel winner Knut Hamsun’s 1890 existentialist masterpiece, which he also produced. Hunger is the first digital feature film to be based on a classic work of literature and won Best Feature awards at Moondance Film Festival and FAIF Film Festivals. Joseph also produced and co-starred in the award-winning indie feature The Reflecting Pool, the first investigative drama to challenge the official version of the 9/11 attacks. Called the ”All The President’s Men of its time”, the controversial film screened internationally to rave reviews, garnering a Columbine Award at Moondance Film Festival and a Special Jury Prize at Chicago’s Polish Film Festival. Joseph directed the short film TRACES , a drama about two desperate women on the run, an official selection at Nordkapp Film Festival in Norway, Palm Springs International, Tucson, and Hollywood Film Festivals. He produced and co-starred in Voice of Life by Knut Erik Jensen, which won Grand Prix at Northern Character Festival in Murmansk, Russia. He recently wrote, directed and co-starred in Welcome to the Men’s Group, a comedy-drama based on the men’s movement. SYNOPSISWELCOME TO THE MEN’S GROUP takes us inside the intimate dynamic of an all male support group when they gather one morning for a ritual breakfast and theirunique form of male bonding. One Sunday a month, these eight men refrain frombeer and football to sit in a circle where they share their personal issues, in thenoble hope of becoming a bit more evolved than their fathers.On this particular Sunday things do not go as planned when one member appearsheaded for a breakdown. When stressed out corporate attorney, Larry (TimothyBottoms), wakes to find his severely depressed wife missing, he’s in no mood to host the monthly “Men’s Group” at his newly built upscale home. But that doesn’t stop the oddball “band of brothers” from descending on his new house for their ritual breakfast and unique brand of male bonding.Business schemer, Carl, (Stephen Tobolowsky) recently separated from his wife,casually mentions plans for suicide, which puts everyone on alert. Latino exmarine, Eddie, (Terence Rotolo) starts berating a young newcomer, Tom (Mackenzie Astin), for not standing up to his wife; while Michael (Joseph Culp), the passionate college professor, initiates a group exercise involving fathers, sons and Greek mythology that goes off the rails. Meanwhile uptight restaurateur, Mohammed (Ali Saam), accuses a New Age social worker, Neil (Phil Abrams), of trying to steal his wife, while the elder Fred (David Clennon), an ex-accountant turned poet, does his best to be the Zen-like voice of harmony.Against their best efforts to maintain a civilized therapeutic forum, the groupdescends into chaos, as long-standing conflicts and secrets come to the surface andthreaten to destroy the group’s trust forever. The film delves frankly into themes of male identity, competition, sexuality, and grief.If you’re interested in being a sponsor on The Douglas Coleman Show, please check out our packages on Patreon or contact us directly. https://www.patreon.com/douglascolemanshowradio@douglascolemanmusic.comOR if you’d prefer to make a one-time donation, please check out our GoFundMe. https://www.gofundme.com/the-dcs-needs-your-help

59mins

19 Nov 2018

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Joseph Culp

Without Your Head

Joseph Culp joined Nasty Neal to discuss his new film "Welcome to the Men's Group" and being the original Dr. Doom in the Roger Corman "Fantastic Four"!Joseph Culp

17 Nov 2018

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11/5/18 at 9:45am pst - Director Joseph Culp joins host Janeane to talk about his latest film, Welcome to the Men's Group

KUCI: Get the Funk Out

WELCOME TO THE MEN’S GROUP which features an incredible ensemble cast including Stephen Tobolowsky (The Goldbergs, Groundhog Day, Memento) and Golden Globe Nominee Timothy Bottoms, releasing November 9 on digital.ABOUT THE FILMJoseph Culp and Scott Ben-Yashar bring you a film that explores what happens in a men’s group when people are no longer willing to hide behind social conventions. Welcome to the Men’s Group is a comedy-drama that explores real-life issues that affect everyone (not just men). The modern male is under pressure like never before, and WTTMG explores how men deal, or don’t deal, with these issues, and how it effects their lives and families.WATCH the trailerThis film takes us inside the intimate dynamic of an all-male support group (read character outlines) when they gather one morning for a ritual breakfast and their unique form of male bonding—One Sunday a month, these eight men refrain from beer and football to sit in a circle where they share their personal issues, in the noble hope of becoming a bit more evolved than their fathers.On this day, things do not go as planned when one member appears headed for a breakdown, and long-standing conflict and secrets threaten to destroy the trust between the men.Welcome to the Men’s Group is an emotional roller-coaster through the often-bumpy inner terrain of the male psyche, as we hear the men open about their lives, sharing truth, telling lies, and revealing secrets they dare not discuss in their lives.

5 Nov 2018

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Welcome to The Men's Group: The Movie with Actor/Director, Joseph Culp

Real Men Feel

Appio is joined by actor/director, Joseph Culp, for a talk about his latest project, Welcome to The Men's Group. The film is a comedic drama exploring a men's group and men's issues. Joseph has been active in the men's movement for over 20 years. #RealMenFeelEpisode 29, recorded September 27, 2016 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/realmenfeel/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/realmenfeel/support

38mins

26 Sep 2016

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Episode 15: Joseph Culp

Comic Book Central

DOOM has arrived! Joseph Culp joins me in the Lair to talk about his powerful performance as the Lord of Latveria, Dr. Doom, in The Fantastic Four.

1hr 3mins

28 Feb 2014