Unsung Cinematics

Unsung Cinematics

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The Unsung Cinematics podcast reviews some of the best kept secrets in TV and Film. Your hosts Stewart and Rasto provide insight to a misunderstood movie to see if it deserves the title of being “unsung”. We dust off and discuss films and television shows that are considered underrated, forgotten, and even neglected.

Produced by:

Rastislav Miklos and Stewart Rathje

Hosts:

Rastislav Miklos and Stewart Rathje

Special Guests:

Ken Flatt

Created:

2020

Independent Rating:

Occasional swearing and reference to adult situations.

Distribution Rights:

Rastislav Miklos and Stewart Rathje

Contact:

unsung.cinematics@gmail.com

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January 1, 2019

The Unsung Cinematics podcast reviews some of the best kept secrets in TV and Film. Every week your hosts Stewart and Rasto provide insight to a misunderstood movie to see if it deserves the title of being “unsung”. We dust off and discuss films and television shows that are considered underrated, forgotten, and even neglected.

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Season 2 Episode Guide

Hosts: Stewart Rathje, Rastislav Miklos

Released: 2011

Rating: R for swearing, violence and minor nudity.

Director:

Jonathan Hensleigh

Writers:

Jonathan Hensleigh

Where to Watch:

Free on Tubi as of July 2024
Other Streaming Services
Blu-ray

Danny Greene Media:

Danny Green 1963 Union Boss

Older Danny Greene Documentary

Danny Greene Bombing

 

Stars:

Starring Ray Stephenson as Danny Green, Vincent D'onofrio as John, Val Kilmer as Joe and Christopher Walken as Shondor.

Show Notes: 

Danny Greene is a legend in his time, as he was prominent in his Irish community as the one who took on the mafia in Cleveland during the 60's and 70's. Cleveland was dubbed as 'Bomb City USA' during the bombings of 1976 and Danny was right in the thick of it.

Kill the Irishman is a based on the true story of his life and dealings with the Mafia. The story starts with his clash with his union boss, and then moving onto bigger fish by starting the Irish Mafia in Cleveland. He was a true force to be reckoned with. This film is not a documentary but a portrayal of how it really happened. He certainly had the luck of the Irish on his side as the mob tried to kill him many times.

Episode Links:

Kill the Irishman on Youtube

 

Season 1 Episode Guide

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