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  • 01:07

    Episode 053 - Logan Movie Review

    in Film

    Was Logan a misstep or is it proof that we don't need anymore X-Men films?
    Logan was heralded as smaller and more intimate while at the same time amping up the violence. We have gotten a lot of X-Men films over the past 17 years and Hugh Jackman has been in almost every single one. He originated this character on film and he is saying that Logan is his last. we've heard this kind of talk before but hopefully, it's true this time. 
    What did you guys think of Logan? Do we need anymore X-Men films?

  • 01:51

    Talk Star Wars Episode 61 | Castles and Crypts

    in Film

    It's episode 61 and Marc and Rob discuss what might be coming at Celebration Orlando, chat about some Han Solo casting news and consider what might have happened to Darth Vader's Castle after his death...
     The Star Wars Commonwealth
    Tweet about the PodCast here Get the podcast notes here
    Links to each of us can be found here  Home  Twitter  Facebook  YouTube - SUBSCRIBE

  • 00:37

    Episode 013: See No Evil, Speak No Evil, Hear No Evil

    in Performing Arts

    Would you follow through on your promise to enact vengeance even if it meant hurting a friend? When do you have the right to renege on a promise? What if it's a matter of life or death…? When do you have the right to share a secret?
    Mollyville Dystopian Suspense Audio Drama is written, performed & produced by Maxximillian Dafoe. Want more Mollyville? Get manuscripts, maps and more by becoming my patron. Visit podcasts.maxximilliandafoe.com and take a look around.
    Music. “Summer Days” by Kai Engel. Words. “Concentration and the Power Back of Suggestion”, an excerpt from Your Forces and How To Use Them by Christian Da Larson. Performance. Maxximillian Dafoe.
    Mollyville Audio Drama based on Mollyville: Humble Beginnings, a dystopian suspense novel written by Maxximillian Dafoe—available on Amazon.
    "Hang Ups (Want You)" by Otis McDonald “Difference” by Kai Engel “Otis McMusic" by Otis McDonald “Magic Part 2” by Otis McDonald Additional Sounds…
    “Parrots” from Robert Yurell “Footsteps On Cement” from Tim Freyer Caveat: The Mollyville Dystopian Audio Drama employs frank language and provocative themes. It is intended for a mature audience.

  • 01:25

    Daytime after dark welcomes back Nathan Varni to the show

    in Art

    Nathan Varni, ABC manager of current programming, is coming back on the show free to call and ask q Qustion

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  • 02:58

    The 89th Oscars Prediction Special

    in Film

    Get your Oscar Weekend started with the biggest show of the year!  A brand new opening medley, predictions in every single Oscar category, clips from the best films of the year, actors discussing the roles they were nominated for, and so much more!  

  • 00:36

    Issue 057: A Different Return of the Jedi

    in Film

    A Different Return of the Jedi.
    Released in 1983, Return of the Jedi spent decades as the black sheep of the Star Wars saga. Though the conclusion to a legendary film series, as its audience aged they created new complaints with each passing year. Endless comments about Ewoks, endings and supposed alternate visions have become the stuff of legend.
    Join Jedi Masters John Mills and Matthew Rushing  as they put on their thinking caps and imagine what they would've pitched had they been in the writer's room so many years ago. They certainly offer some different options for how they would've tried to shape the story.
    Would their changes have helped or hindered this influential piece of American cinema? Listen and let them know at www.thenerdparty.com/contact (http://www.thenerdparty.com/contact)!
    Hosts John Mills and Matthew Rushing
    Send us your feedback! Twitter: @TheJediMasters    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNerdParty/  Email: an@thenerdparty.com Subscribe in iTunes

  • 00:45

    EP 58: Bryant Allan "Chasin' Memories"

    in Performing Arts

     My guest today, Bryant Allen, his story, his song, his journey, really him as a person, is nothing short of amazing. I met Bryant through a mutual friend, Richard Casper, and had to have him on the show. Bryant was actually hit by a car while crossing the street a couple years ago. Since then it has really affected his memory and other major parts of his life. It hasn’t stopped him and he recently wrote and recorded the song “Chasin' Memories” which we featured on the show that is absolutely phenomenal. Can’t wait for you all to hear this! “Chasin' Memories” will be available on iTunes for preorder March 19th and then available for purchase March 23rd. 
    In my 15 years living in Nashville, I have been fortunate to watch a lot of friends like Kip Moore, Brett Eldredge, Florida Georgia Line, A Thousand Horses, Michael Ray and more, start their journeys with a back pack and a dream and end up being a huge success in country music.
    Yet the most frustrating part about being a friend and a fan to not just artist, but writers like Corey Crowder, Justin Weaver, Rick Huckaby, Westin Davis and many more, has been hearing amazing songs that will never leave the Nashville city limits.
    "Nashville Hits Collecting Dust" is a casual, entertaining hangout with friends telling stories, giving valuable advice, and playing great songs that otherwise would still be sitting in a database.
    My guest are pure entrepreneurs that are living out their dream of being artist and full time songwriters."
    Hear more at donaldjenkinsnow.com and @donaldsjenkins

  • 00:48

    Special Feature with Josh Rose from Graveyard Carz - CBP090

    in Film

    Special feature with former Graveyard Carz Tv show cast member Josh Rose...he happens to be a big Friday the 13th fan! Hear his thoughts on Friday and some talk about his time on the show!
    If you want to support the show financially, check out campbloodpodcast.com/donate
    Check out the full show notes at campbloodpodcast.com/90
    Contact feedback@campbloodpodcast.com campbloodpodcast.com facebook.com/campbloodpodcast twitter.com/campbloodpod Leave a voicemail or text (757) 637-0216

  • 00:29

    #069: Remembering Bernie Wrightson

    in Art

    Bernie Wrightson was comics' undisputed master of the macabre, and one of the best illustrators that the medium has ever known. The first comics Matt ever bought in a comic shop featured Wrightson covers, making Bernie the first and most direct influence on Matt's love of comics and partly responsible for this podcast. On this episode of Pod Squentialism, Matt Kennedy bids a heartfelt farewell to one of the nicest guys to ever hold a pencil. Listen up to this heartfelt episode presented by Meltdown Comics!
    Follow Pod Sequentialism!
    Twitter: @PodSeq
    T-shirts: https://www.teepublic.com/user/meltdownnetwork
    Produced by Mason Booker
    Engineered by Matt Kennedy
    Theme music “Rumble” provided by www.Bensound.com 

  • 00:40

    Chapter 010: Hallowe'en

    in Books

    The Harry Potter books follow a pattern. Each book starts at the end of summer, Harry then travels to Hogwarts, we follow the seasons and holidays until we wind back up at summer vacation. 
    In this episode of Owl Post: A Harry Potter Podcast hosts Andrea Coffman and Matthew Rushing talk about the tenth chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. We all about Malfoy's frustration, not friends yet, a new broom, special circumstances, learning about Charlie Weasley, more like home, kids being kids, school before Hogwarts and a Halloween troll fight.
    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 iTunes

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