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In episode 36, Dustin and Zak interview Darren Dalton, the star of The Outsiders and Red Dawn!Actor, writer, and director Darren Dalton sat down with Z&D to discuss his career in Hollywood, being a parent, whether or not he looks like Neil Schon of Journey, and more! Our conversation with Darren felt like having a chat with an old friend. This podcast episode will leave you smiling and feeling hopeful! Enjoy!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 35, Dustin and Zak are joined by author Diallo Jackson to discuss Red Dawn, it’s music score by Basil Poledouris, and notable events from the film’s release in 1984!This episode is an interesting one. The dudes recorded it at the initial height of the pandemic, Dustin was remote while Zak and their special guest Diallo Jackson were in person. Emotions were intensified by the uncertainty of the times, so discussing Red Dawn felt even more appropriate given the situation. The movie’s impact, along with the amazing cast, epic soundtrack by Basil Poledouris, 80s pop culture moments, & much more are covered in a little under 90 minutes! We also get info and insight into our good buddy Diallo Jackson’s writing career and current comic book Angela And The Dark! You’re not gonna wanna miss this one as it is the lead in to Z & D’s upcoming interview with actor Darren “Daryl” Dalton! For more info on where you can find Diallo’s comic Angela And The Dark and more, check out his website at the following link: http://adiallojackson.com/NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 34, Dustin and Zak interview Andre Gower, the star The Monster Squad and director of the documentary Wolfman’s Got Nards!Ever loved something so much that it stays with you for decades and then you decide to make a project about it? Well, that’s exactly what Andre Gower did when he made a documentary about the film The Monster Squad! Andre chatted with the dudes about the Squad, the doc, “Nards!", Square One, and much more! It’s 60+ minutes with Andre Gower that’ll warm your heart and make you want more! To purchase a copy of Wolfman’s Got Nards see link below.Buy Wolfman’s Got Nards at Amazon: https://www.amazon.comNEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 33, Dustin and Zak discuss 1987’s The Monster Squad and Michael Sembello’s Rock Until You Drop!The dudes reminisce on 1987’s The Monsters Squad (Why they still love it to this day), Michael Sembello’s “Rock Until You Drop” (Is it the perfect montage song?), and other notable pop culture moments from 1987 in this edition of Two Dollar Late Fee! “Nards”, “dorking”, why “Rudy’s” penny loafers were cool but not practical, “Eugene” looking like a mini Richard Farnsworth, and much more are covered in the podcast! This is the pre-ep to Zak and Dustin’s interview with Andre Gower who will discuss his upcoming documentary Wolfman’s Got Nards! To purchase a copy of the documentary see link below.Buy Wolfman’s Got Nards at Amazon: https://www.amazon.comNEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 32, Dustin and Zak interview actor Arye Gross!From the opening minutes to the very end of the podcast, actor Arye Gross tells one amazing and insightful story after another about his career in the entertainment business! Arye has so many great tales to tell about his 30+ years in Hollywood. He talks about 1985’s Just One Of The Guys, 1989’s The Experts, 1990’s Coup de Ville, and much more! We don’t want to reveal too much, but in our interview you’ll find out who the “Bouquet Bandits” are and why they may not steal your girl, but they will take them to Denny’s! This story is wild! By the end of our 60 minutes with Arye you’ll be smiling and wanting more! Enjoy!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 31, Dustin and Zak discuss the 1989 cult classic, The Experts along with the song “Hometown U.S.A.” by Harold Payne (sung by Dave Morgan)!In preparation for their upcoming interview with Arye Gross, the dudes review the Arye and John Travolta film The Experts. While reminiscing on the movie, Dustin and Zak recognize Arye’s terrific acting performance, acknowledge John Travolta’s campiness, debate mullets, and more! They also talk about the fantastic song from the film “Hometown U.S.A.” by Harold Payne (the writer and producer) who generously gifted the guys with the track! Harold also shared a very touching personal story about “Hometown…” which D & Z go into as well.Episode 31 has it all! Personal anecdotes, why the word “sucks” sucks, Dustin’s disdain for “Roll With It” by Steve Winwood and it’s use in the Dabney Coleman film Short Time, pop culture moments from 1989, and a whole lot more! You’re not going to want to miss one single second!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 30, Dustin and Zak interview actor Richard Tyson!From arriving in Los Angeles on a Greyhound Bus from Mobile, Alabama with $100 in his pocket to becoming arguable the biggest baddest high school bully in “Buddy Revell” from Three O’Clock High, Richard Tyson’s journey to Hollywood is one wild ride! Hear how he broke into movie studios to get noticed, his motivation behind playing “Buddy Revell”, listen to his instinct in playing “Crisp” in Kindergarten Cop, & much more! So much to cover in a short period of time. The conversation will continue down the road. In the meantime, enjoy our interview with the one and only Richard Tyson!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
From Johnny Lawrence to Scut Farkus and everyone in between, school bullies in the 80s dominated our movie screens. Some were one dimensional while others were an onion layer of reasons why they were bad…so bad they were good! The dudes discuss their personal top 5 favorites along with a few honorable mentions. Along the way, they talk about their own experiences being bullied, who the greatest screen 80s school bullies of all time are and why they are NOT on the list, and so much more!This is the pre-episode to our interview with Richard Tyson aka “Buddy Revell”…aka possibly the greatest school bully of all time from Three O’Clock High! “Buddy” left us a very sweet message reminding us of the upcoming conversation and not to miss it. Get ready for swirlies, wedgies, name calling, and more! This episode will have you wondering how we ever survived the 80s!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 28, Dustin and Zak interview Hart Bochner!Director, writer, actor, and environmental activist Hart Bochner sits down with the dudes to discuss his 30+ year career in film! While many people know and love Hart from his role as “Ellis” in Die Hard, his career is so much more than the charming sleaze ball from the 80s classic! From playing hero “Byron Henry” in the epic television miniseries War and Remembrance to the deceitful villain “Jack Carney” in Apartment Zero, Hart’s filmography is extensive and dates back to the 70s! His career behind the camera is just as prolific; directing the college classic PCU, the most recent Just Add Water, and so much more! In the interview, you’ll hear how Hart got his start in film, fun behind the scenes stories, and his involvement with environmental causes like Artists for Amazonia (see link below). We had a wonderful trip down memory lane with the uber talented Hart Bochner! We think you’re going to love it too!Check out Artists for Amazonia here: https://youtu.be/9SLC-k5WY_QNEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
IIn episode 28, Dustin and Zak interview Hart Bochner!Director, writer, actor, and environmental activist Hart Bochner sits down with the dudes to discuss his 30+ year career in film! While many people know and love Hart from his role as “Ellis” in Die Hard, his career is so much more than the charming sleaze ball from the 80s classic! From playing hero “Byron Henry” in the epic television miniseries War and Remembrance to the deceitful villain “Jack Carney” in Apartment Zero, Hart’s filmography is extensive and dates back to the 70s! His career behind the camera is just as prolific; directing the college classic PCU, the most recent Just Add Water, and so much more! In the interview, you’ll hear how Hart got his start in film, fun behind the scenes stories, and his involvement with environmental causes like Artists for Amazonia (see link below). We had a wonderful trip down memory lane with the uber talented Hart Bochner! We think you’re going to love it too!Check out Artists for Amazonia here: https://youtu.be/9SLC-k5WY_QNEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeepodcastZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/RadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-fee
In episode 27, Dustin and Zak discuss 1984’s The Wild Life along with the film’s score by Edward Van Halen!In preparation for their upcoming interview with actor/director Hart Bochner, the dudes discuss the Cameron Crowe scripted underrated cult classic, The Wild Life and it’s equally under appreciated film score by Edward “Eddie” Van Halen! They speculate about why this film never received a proper DVD or Blu-Ray release, whether or not it’s a sequel to Fast Times At Ridgemont High, why Hart’s character “David” is a great sleaze ball, the Lea Thompson/Eric Stoltz 80s trilogy that never happened, and the terrible slang term, “It’s Casual!” Shoplifting, tennis sweaters, Andy Kaufman, and much more covered in another entertaining romp through the greatest decade for pop culture entertainment! Enjoy!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 26, Dustin and Zak interview Matt Adler!Matt Adler (North Shore, White Water Summer, Teen Wolf, Amazon Women On The Moon, Dream A Little Dream) sat down with the dudes, in person before the days of Covid-19 and ZOOM, to discuss his career as an actor. In the opening minutes, Matt reveals that this is/was his first ever podcast interview! EXCLUSIVE! (Full disclosure, he’s done at least one more since ours). Matt talks about about how he got into the acting business, what role he really wanted but didn’t get and how it ultimately WAS a good thing, filming “summer” scenes in the freezing cold for White Water Summer, bachelor party photos, fond memories of Corey Haim, and much more! You’ll feel like you’re in the room with one of the most chill humble guys around! Our interview is funny, compelling, and all around entertaining! Enjoy!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 25, Dustin and Zak discuss the 1987 cult classic White Water Summer along with the soundtrack that never was!In preparation for their upcoming interview with Matt Adler (Teen Wolf, North Shore, & White Water Summer), the dudes breakdown the 1987 coming of age adventure White Water Summer and ask the question, “Is 1985 Sean Astin cooler than 1987 Sean Astin?” D & Z also talk about the impact the film had on them as kids as well as now…33 years later!Initially, the dudes were going to pick one song from White Water Summer to discuss, but they soon realized, the film had too many to choose from! So, the entire soundtrack is reflected upon! They also talk about why Columbia Pictures dropped the ball on never releasing a proper soundtrack with so many hot hits!Notable moments from 1987 are discussed, whether or not Dustin and Zak went to summer camp when they were kids, why Kevin Bacon’s character Vic is a sociopath, and much more! It’s a white water ride of an episode you won’t wanna miss!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 24, Dustin and Zak interview Joyce Hyser-Robinson!The star of Just One Of The Guys sits down with the dudes for a conversation about her career in film and her work with the Harold Robinson Foundation & Camp Ubuntu. We discuss the cultural phenomena that JOOTG has become over the last 35 years, why acting no longer became relevant to her life, Dan Hartman’s “I Can Dream About You”, and why her foundation is (rightfully so) near and dear to her heart….Oh, and Don Knotts! By the end of the interview, Joyce told us, this one one of the best interview experiences she’s ever had…Toot! Toot! Now you’ll find out why!Please visit https://haroldrobinsonfoundation.org & UbuntuinMotion.com for more information about Joyce’s non profit foundation and Camp Ubuntu!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 23, Dustin and Zak discuss the 1985 film Just One Of The Guys along with the songs “Hard Way” by Brock/Davis and “Tonight You’re Mine” by Ronnie Spector!In preparation for their upcoming interview with Joyce Hyser-Robinson, the star of Just One Of The Guys, the dudes talk about the impact the 1985 film had on them, as well as not one but two songs from the movie! Debate ensues as to which song should be chosen, so D & Z decided to include both songs in the podcast. Too many great things about JOOTG to cover in just one episode, so Dustin & Zak chose their favorite aspects of the 80s cult classic! Were there things left out (Arye Gross, Greg Tolan’s workout gloves, “Ralph” the creepy high school stalker character, etc)? Absolutely! But much was covered and many laughs were had! They also find time to rant about Isiah Thomas, high school study body elections, how long the uni-bomber evaded police, the “new” Coke, and much more! It’s a fun trip down memory lane! We promise you won’t be “oooohhh, headed for a hard way!” while listening!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 22, Zak and Dustin interview musician Jim Walker.The man behind the theme song to Three O’Clock High, “Something to Remember me By”, sits down with the dudes to discuss his career in music and film.Portland, Oregon’s Jim Walker has had a remarkable career in music and film! In this episode you’ll hear how Steven Spielberg had big role in getting his song in the 1987 cult classic Three O’Clock High, scoring the 1995 film Red Line, performing gigs as one half of the duo Tim and Jim, his love of horror movies, and much more! Enjoy our trip down music lane with Jim Walker!Go to https://www.jvamusic.com to find our more info on Jim and to purchase his music!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 21, Dustin and Zak are joined by special guest, author & public speaker Chris Clews to discuss the 1987 cult classic Three O’Clock High and it’s theme song “Something to Remember Me By” by Jim Walker!The dudes talk about the impact Three O’Clock High and “Something to Remember Me By” had on them while Chris Clews author of the book series What 80s Pop Culture Teaches Us About Today's Workplace discusses the life lessons of the film. Is Buddy Revell one of the best on-screen bullies of all time? Why is Jim Walker’s theme song so memorable? What were some of the hit songs from 1987? All this and much more!-For more info about Chris Clews and his book series go to https://chrisclews.comNEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 20, Dustin and Zak interview Eric Roberts!When you meet your heroes and they’re as cool as you hoped they’d be...that’s what happened when Dustin & Zak interviewed the one, the only, the icon Eric Roberts! Needless to say, this was an absolute dream come true for the guys!Eric and his wife Eliza sat down with the dudes to discuss Eric’s career, share stories from some of his most popular movies (Best of the Best, Pope of Greenwich Village, etc), and much more! Sit back, relax, & enjoy over 60 minutes of an intimate conversation with one of the greatest actors of our generation!To purchase the “Zak Shaffer Best of the Best Custom Tee” seen in the episode photo go to: https://www.etsy.com/listing/783758913/zak-shaffers-best-of-the-best-custom-tee?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=zak+shaffer&ref=sr_gallery-1-1&organic_search_click=1&pro=1&frs=1Check out Keaton Simons music at: http://www.keatonsimons.comMorgan Simons pie shop: https://www.instagram.com/PiBakeshop/Emma Roberts: https://www.instagram.com/emmaroberts/NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
”A team is not a team if you don't give a damn about each other.”In episode 19, Dustin and Zak discuss the 1989 film Best of the Best!Zak and Dustin talk about one of their favorite Eric Roberts’ films in anticipation for their upcoming interview with the legendary actor! The dudes reminisce on their love of the martial arts classic Best of the Best, what song from the soundtrack is “the best”, bar fights, highlights & lowlights of 1989 (Zak’s wife Kristen makes a special appearance to reflect on the ‘89 SF earthquake), and much more! It’s another lighthearted nostalgia filled episode of Two Dollar Late Fee!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 18, Dustin and Zak interview legendary music composer Vince DiCola!Vince DiCola graciously spent well over 90 minutes discussing his amazing journey! You’ll hear how got into the film business, his first big break that almost didn’t happen, his experience scoring Rocky IV, what he is up to now, and so much more! The 80s iconic sound of progressive keyboards and anthemic songs owes a huge debt of gratitude to Vince DiCola. The timeless sound he created in Staying Alive, Rocky IV, and Transformers is one of a kind. You’re about to hear some fantastic stories that’ll make you smile, laugh, and inspire!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 17, Dustin and Zak discuss their top 5 favorite sport movie soundtracks of all time!In preparation for our interview with Vince DiCola, Dustin and Zak breakdown their favorite songs/soundtracks from sport themed films! Zak and Dustin’s love of “work out” worthy tunes dates back to the first time they met each other and Zak shared DJA’s Blood Brother mixes (https://soundcloud.com/maddecent/blood-bros-first-blood?in=zak-shaffer/sets/new-private-playlist). Hear Zak’s surprise when he finds out the lead singer from Little River Band is the same guy who sings the theme song to American Flyers! Find out why Dustin loves Kenny Loggins! Finally, Dustin coins the term “messterpiece" while discussing No Retreat, No Surrender! All this and much more in a sweat induced, pulse pounding episode! P.S. Check out Phantom Cardboard’s super rad movie inspired baseball cards at https://www.storenvy.com/stores/1088507-phantom-cardboardNEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 16, Zak Shaffer interviews actor Bob Romanus!Actor and musician Bob Romanus (Fast Times At Ridgemont High, Foxes, Fame) sits down with Zak to discuss his career in film, teaching preschool kids, music with his band Poppa’s Kitchen (www.poppaskitchen.com) and much more! Bob shares his journey in a meaningful and insightful conversation. We were honored to have him on the show to share stories from all aspects of his life. By the end of the interview, your toes will be tappin’!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 15, Dustin Rubin & Zak Shaffer are joined by their special guest Lance Rubin to discuss the 1982 film Fast Times At Ridgemont High and the song “We Got The Beat” by The Go-Go’s!Lance Rubin, famed author of the books Denton Little’s Deathdate, Denton Little’s Still Not Dead, Crying Laughing, & It’s A Whole Spell joins the dudes to discuss his love of Fast Times…and growing up as Dustin’s little brother! The guys also talk about why Fast Times At Ridgemont High is still relevant today, the importance of a great opening song to a movie (We Got The Beat), and so much more! Its 60 plus minutes of insight, laughs, and tuna fish sandwiches! BTW, find out more about Lance Rubin by checking out his website www.lancerubin.comNEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 14, Dustin Rubin & Zak Shaffer interview actress Diane Franklin!You ever meet a celebrity and think, “Wow they were as cool as I hoped they’d be?” Well, that’s what happened when we sat down and talked with Diane Franklin...she discusses her films (Last American Virgin, Better off Dead, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, etc), philosophy on life, parenting, her kids projects, and much more!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
In episode 13, Dustin Rubin & Zak Shaffer discuss the 1985 film Better Off Dead and the song “One Way Love” by EG Daily!Dustin professes his love of this cult classic along with EG’s rocking tune, while Zak offers insight into why Swedish Fish are delicious and why you should never close a car door on your finger. Hilarity ensues from the moment you push “play!” Growing up in 1985, crank calls by ex girlfriends, protest at summer camp, and deviations & digressions! This episode has it all and is also the perfect companion piece to our upcoming Diane Franklin interview!NEW EPISODES EVERY TWO WEEKS!Please follow us on Spotify & subscribe, rate and review us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts (aka iTunes)Instagram: @twodollarlatefeeZak on Instagram: @zakshafferDustin on Instagram: @dustinrubinvoCheck out the intro/outro music on Bandcamp: jvamusic1.bandcamp.comFacebook: facebook.com/Two-Dollar-Late-Fee-PodcastMerch: https://www.teepublic.com/user/two-dollar-late-feeIMDB: https://www.imdb.comiTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/two-dollar-late-feeSpotify: open.spotify.com/show/Amazon: music.amazon.com/podcastsPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.comRadioPublic: radiopublic.com/two-dollar-late-feePodbean: twodollarlatefee.podbean.comStitcher: www.stitcher.com
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Podcast Details

Created by
Zak Shaffer & Dustin Rubin
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 29th, 2020
Latest Episode
Nov 29th, 2020
Release Period
2 per month
Episodes
37
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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