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  • 01:52

    Episode 126: Dunkirk / The Dark Tower

    in Film

    After more than ten years in development, Stephen King’s The Dark Tower has finally come to movie screens, and the MovieFilm boys are here to offer their takes on the would-be franchise-starter from Sony Pictures. Does the Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey adventure movie signal a bold beginning or an ignominious end? We offer our takes on that, as well as Christopher Nolan’s wartime opus Dunkirk.
    But that’s not all! We also talk the upcoming TV series sequel to 1980s classic The Karate Kid, the dissolution of the much-ballyhooed Transformers writers’ room, a familiar face joining Ron Howard’s Han Solo Star Wars spin-off movie. Plus: Quick takes on the new Death Wish trailer starring Bruce Willis, and thoughts on a whole slew of sad Hollywood passings in the past few weeks. Listen through the embed below, or at iTunes or Stitcher or Google Play. As always, please hit “like” on our Facebook page, and send any questions or comments to MovieFilmPodcast@gmail.com.

  • 01:16

    Dumping on "Dunkirk" - Robert Wuhl joins us again!

    in Film

    Comedian, actor and all-around raconteur Robert Wuhl joins Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy and Bill Bregoli and we have quite a difference of opinion when it comes to "Dunkirk." Let's just say two were "for" and two were "against." You'll have to tune in to find out. Bill Bregoli has what Woody Harrelson and Brie Larson have to say about "The Glass Castle" as well as why Anthony LaPaglia thought his job in "Annabelle: Creation" was to creep out the little girls on the set. We also discuss Glenn Campbell's passing as well as the week's new movies On Demand, not to mention David Letterman's new Netflix show. And RObert Wuhl tells us about his days as a gameshow contestant, the new act he's working on and he has news for "Arli$$" fans. It's a lot to take in and it's all right here.

  • 01:02

    Crime and Science Radio with special guest Mary Ellen O'Toole

    in Books

    Dangerous Instincts: An Interview with Senior FBI Profiler (Ret) Mary Ellen O’Toole Ph.D.
    BIO: MARY ELLEN O’TOOLE, Ph.D. has spent her career studying the criminal mind. One of the most senior profilers for the FBI until her retirement in 2009, Dr. O’Toole has helped capture, interview and understand some of the world’s most infamous people including:
    • Gary Ridgway, the Green River Killer
    • Derrick Todd Lee and Sean Vincent Gillis, both serial killers in Baton Rouge
    • The Collar Bomb Case, a bank robbery and murder of a pizza delivery man
    • Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber
    • The Polly Klaas child abduction
    • David Parker Ray, a serial sexual sadist
    • The Red Lake School Shooting
    • The Monster of Florence serial murder case
    • The Zodiac serial murder case
    • The bombing during the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City, UT
    • The mass murder in Florence, Montana in 2001
    Dr. O’Toole also worked the Elizabeth Smart and Natalee Holloway disappearances, the Columbine shootings and many other high profile cases. Her law enforcement career spanned 32 years, beginning in the San Francisco’s District Attorney’s Office when she was a Criminal Investigator. Dr. O’Toole worked as an FBI agent for 28 years, spending more than half of her Bureau career in the organization’s prestigious Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU)—the very unit that is the focus of the hit crime series “Criminal Minds.”
     
     

  • 00:22

    Chapter 032: Aragog

    in Books

    Aragog.
    With Hagrid gone and Hermione petrified, it's up to Harry and Ron to follow the one lead they have, follow the spiders. Now, if they could just find some. 
    In this episode of Owl Post: A Harry Potter Podcast hosts Andrea Coffman and Matthew Rushing talk about the fifteenth chapter of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. We discuss time's passage, an apology, Harry's influence, more Lockhart, the Forbidden Forest, a wild car, spiders, confirmation about Hagrid, injustice and late night thoughts.  
    Hosts Andrea Coffman and Matthew Rushing
    Send us your feedback! Twitter: @JoinNerdParty Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thenerdparty Email: http://www.thenerdparty.com/contact Subscribe in Apple Podcasts

  • 01:02

    EP 72: Kalie Shorr "Awake"

    in Performing Arts

    Kalie Shorr has never known a day where writing and singing music wasn’t her goal, and she has worked hard and remained focused to get to where she is today. Having worked with The Backstreet Boys, Perez Hilton and trained with Reba McEntire, Kalie attributes her sound, lyrics and love for 90s pop music to early influences such as the Dixie Chicks, Michelle Branch and TLC. In episode 72 of Nashville Hits Collecting Dust, We discuss her passion and drive for music, and you won’t want to miss what she would tell her younger self. Kalie performs her unreleased song, “Awake,” about being an ex-boyfriend’s shoulder to cry on. Don’t miss Kalie Shorr on NHCD.

  • 00:16

    A six year portrait of three young men,RAISING BERTIE, Margaret Byrne.

    in Film

    My conversation with Director Margaret Byrne. We discuss her current documentary film,,"RAISING BERTIE"which will will be shown at this years Atlanta Film Festvial. Saturday, April 1, 2017, 5:00 PM — Druid Hills Presbyterian Church (directly across from the Plaza Theater) 1026 Ponce de Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306  http://atlantafilmfestival.com/2017/raising-bertie/
    Set in Bertie County, located in Eastern North Carolina, the film offers viewers a respectful and tender insight into the emotional lives of Reginald “Junior” Askew, David “Bud” Perry, and Davonte “Dada” Harrell. This raw and starkly poetic cinéma vérité film weaves their stories together as they navigate school, unemployment, violence, first love, fatherhood, and estrangement from family members and mentors, subtly exploring the complex relationships between generational poverty, economic isolation, and educational inequity. RAISING BERTIE TRAILER

  • 00:50

    Episode 072 - Out of Chicago

    in Film

    What makes a good series premiere?/Ozark opener
    Great shows can have them and even horrible shows can have them. Great openers and pilots come in all shapes and sizes. A well-developed series premiere needs to establish the protagonist as well as the premise of the show. But that doesn't always lead to a fruitful series run. 
    This week we open the show with discussing some of our favorite beginnings and what makes them stellar. Then we move onto the new Netflix show "Ozark" starring Jason Bateman.
    Does it pass the Nerd Nuptial test of amazing series openers? Listen and find out.

  • 00:45

    #087: Why Can't Batman Be Black?

    in Art

    With the exception of Blade, black superheroes have not performed well at the American box office, so predictions of massive success for Marvel's Black Panther beg the question: Why Can't Batman Be Black? On this sure to be controversial episode of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics
    Follow Pod Sequentialism!
    Twitter: @PodSeq
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    Host and Creator: Matt Kennedy
    Produced and Engineered by Mason Booker
    Theme music “Rumble” provided by www.Bensound.com

  • 01:05

    Chillpak Hollywood Hour #535 - Classic Film, Glen Campbell, Puppets, Conspiracy

    in Film

    In many ways, this week’s show is a sequel to last week’s episode #534, with the promised celebration of Jeanne Moreau’s life and career, an email from a listener about Tom Jones’ “The Young New Mexican Puppeteer” and more from the British Film Institute List of “the 50 films you should see by the age of 14″.
    Unlike most sequels, however, this show is even more irreverent, insightful and informative than last week’s!
    The festivities commence with a clip of Dean on Australian television telling a (bestiality?) joke, and then after a special opening (a tribute to Glen Campbell), Dean comes out guns blazing, ranting about the internet speeds of his adopted land. After Phil calms him down, they discuss the news of David Letterman’s new show, they urge people to save the Salem Cinema (a jewel of the Pacific Northwest), they talk about an interview they did with the late Jim Marrs and they continue their discussion about the “death of discernment”, this time focusing on an appalling memo crafted by a then member of the National Security Council.
    From there, it’s onto “Celebrity Deaths”, where, in addition to the Femme Fatale of the French New Wave and Glen Campbell, your friends in podcasting remember a Tony-winning star of Broadway’s “The Music Man”, the star of an early television western series turned right-wing anti-government activist, and the man inside the Godzilla costume.
    Finally, Dean and Phil discuss a 1982 Australian western, a 1954 western that influenced the likes of Sergio Leone and Sam Peckinpah, the original King Kong, and the Will Rogers comedy Life Begins at 40.

  • 01:38

    Leo Mancini

    in Writing

    Dave is joined by Leo Mancini, creator of Shark Man!

  • 01:18

    Daytime welcomes Judi Evans to the show for first time

    in Art

    Daytime after dark welcomes Judi Evans ?to the show for first time here is her background 1983–1986Guiding LightBeth RainesContract role 1986–1991, 2003–2008, 2010–presentDays of Our LivesAdrienne Johnson/Boonie lockhart  BonGetting Away with Murder: The JonBenet Ramsey MysteryPatsy Ramsey Screening PartyAmyTelevision film2009As the World TurnsMaeve StoneContract role2012–2013The Mentalist
     
     
     
     
     
     

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