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Join film critic Betty Jo Tucker, a confirmed movie addict, as she rants and raves about all things cinematic with co-host Jazz Shaw, producer Nikki Starr and noted movie critics – plus lots of fascinating film folks.

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Toby Stubbs, a teenage student from the United Kingdom, discusses plans for making a film version of "Clovis Dardentor," the novel by Jules Verne. Toby and his friends Adrian Bliss and Ben Robbins have already signed actor Stephen... more

Fred Wiebel, Jr. drops by to help celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the first film appearance of Mary Shelley’s iconic monster. Wiebel is the author of "Edison’s Frankenstein," a well-researched and entertaining book about the making of the... more

Independent filmmaker Gary King discusses his exciting plans for making a movie musical titled "How Do You Write a Joe Schermann Song," As a huge fan of film musicals, Gary says, “I love them so much that it is a dream of mine to... more

LEGACY, one of the most sought after dancers in the entertainment industry today, drops by to talk about his experience performing at this year's televised Academy Awards Ceremony as well as his movies, including the third "Step-Up"... more

Tony Luke Jr. drops by to talk about his experience as star of "The Nail," an inspirational independent film about a disgraced former boxer who finds redemption by helping an abused boy and his mother. "The Nail" earned the... more

Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari takes on werewolf films during the next Movie Addict Headquarters show. Why? Because he’s not too happy with THE WOLF MAN, the recent remake of a 1941 classic horror flick. As the horror expert for ReelTalk... more

Cammie King Conlon, who played Rhett and Scarlett’s beautiful little daughter in 'Gone With The Wind,' discusses her delightful memoir about being involved in that iconic film classic. Last year's release of BONNIE BLUE BUTLER:... more

Will this year’s Oscar nominations be cause for celebration or therapy? Four noted film critics drop by to rant or rave about the nominees on the very day they are announced. Here’s the impressive lineup: James Colt Harrison -- premier film... more

With the recent release of “The Spy Next Door,” Jackie Chan now boasts 102 movies to his credit – plus three more in pre or post-production. Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari discusses the films of his favorite action hero on the next... more

Award-winning actress Michelle Monaghan discusses her edgy role in "Trucker" as well as her upcoming film projects and her work in other major motion pictures. With over twenty appearances on the big screen and TV, Michelle is... more

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