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  • 01:30

    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

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    AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
    It's the one everybody has been waiting for, and it's sure to pull everyone to theaters... but, is it any good?
    We'll have some interview clips for you with cast and crew as well.

  • 00:18

    Is YOUNG GUNS responsible for America's gun culture?

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    Movie critics Tara McNamara (Today, The Insider, Fandango, Common Sense Media) and daughter 17-year-old Riley Roberts (Fanlala, KidsPickFlicks) look at how the 1988 Brat Pack western YOUNG GUNS affected a generation then and now.

  • 00:33

    GSMC Movie Podcast Episode 82: Someone is Always Watching

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    It is highly possible that someone is watching you RIGHT NOW through some internet-connected camera. So in honor of that bright news, Staci and Sarah discuss two films that involving watching people, Searching & Moon.
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  • 02:00

    Talking Terror: Alice Sweet Alice

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    On this episode of Talking Terror. The King of Horror Andy G is taking the boys back to the year 1976. While there, they'll be discussing the Alfred Sole film; "Alice, Sweet Alice". When a young girl named Karen (played by Brooke Shields in her film debut) is found brutally murdered on the day of her first communion. The suspicion falls upon her sister; Alice. When Alice is eventually sent away to a mental hospital,  the murders continue.  If Alice isn't the killer, then who? There's only one way to find out. Tune in and listen

  • 01:00

    Guest:Jeremy Woolsey/Art Director/Pitch Perfect/Hidden Figures

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    Jeremy Woolsey is a feature film and television art director from New Orleans, La. who has over 50 credits to his name including the world wide hit “Pitch Perfect”. Woolsey’s films have generated nearly half a billion dollars worldwide at the box office and with four films releasing this year that total will certainly climb.Woolsey has worked with some top designers including Barry Robison, Wynn Thomas, Bill Arnold, Mark Ricker and Oscar nominated Anastasia Masaro. The last few years have taken him to the hotbed of Atlanta, Ga. Where he art directed “A Sunday Horse” directed by legendary stuntman Vic Armstrong and designed by Oscar nominated Stephen Altman. Woolsey also art directed “Vacation” for New Line, “Dirty Grandpa” for Lionsgate, “Keeping Up the Joneses” for Fox, “Bastards” for Alcon and is currently finishing up the true story of three African American women behind the scenes at NASA in the 60’s named “Hidden Figures”. This highly anticipated project is under the helm of Ted Melfi (“St. Vincent”) and is a Fox production.You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film 

  • 00:41

    A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 : 30 years of the Dream Master

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    On this episode, host Nathan Barker and co-host's Kent Mullins and Ben DeAtley reflect on the 30th anniversary of Nightmare on Elm Street 4 : The Dream Master, which originally hit theaters on August 19, 1988. They discuss its place on the franchise totem pole and overall thoughts on this transitional installment.

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  • 01:28

    Lost Podcast (MP3): Ep. 7.12 “Bobby Loves Lost”

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    On this episode of The Lost Podcast with Jay and Jack, Jay and Jack are joined by Saturday Night Live’s Bobby Moynihan to talk favorite LOST moments and more. Join their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/groups/jayandjackgroup. Do you want to hear more from Jay and Jack? Then become a PLUS member! Click here to sign up! […]

  • 01:24

    The Future of Comic Book Movies

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  • 00:49

    paying tribute to queen of soul

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    She is both a 20th and 21st century musical and cultural icon known the world over simply by her first name: Aretha. The reigning and undisputed “Queen Of Soul” has created an amazing legacy that spans an incredible six decades, from her first recording as a teenage gospel star, to her most recent RCA Records release, ARETHA FRANKLIN SINGS THE GREAT DIVA CLASSICS.
    Her many countless classics include “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” “Chain Of Fools,” “I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)”; her own compositions “Think,” “Daydreaming” and “Call Me”; her definitive versions of “Respect” and “I Say A Little Prayer”; and global hits like “Freeway Of Love,” “Jump To It,” “I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me),” her worldwide chart-topping duet with George Michael, and “A Rose Is Still A Rose.”
    The recipient of the U.S.A.’s highest civilian honor, The Presidential Medal Of Freedom, an eighteen (and counting) GRAMMY Award winner – the most recent of which was for Best Gospel Performance for “Never Gonna Break My Faith” with Mary J. Blige in 2008 – a GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement and GRAMMY Living Legend awardee, Aretha Franklin’s powerful, distinctive gospel-honed vocal style has influenced countless singers across multi-generations, justifiably earning her Rolling Stone magazine’s No. 1 placing on the list of “The Greatest Singers Of All Time.”
    Marking a glorious reunion with music industry legend Clive Davis (Chief Creative Officer for Sony Music Entertainment) – with whom she worked for the longest period of her recording career, twenty-three years at Arista Records (1980-2003) – Aretha continues her time-honored tradition of creating new music that is innovative, vital and fresh.
     

  • 00:44

    Here’s hoping Kermit and Miss Piggy never get their hands on silly string

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    On this edition of the Cinema Clash: THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS is a disgrace to both humans and puppets; PAPILLION revisits the true story of a classic prison break; THE WIFE generates early Oscar buzz for veteran actress Glenn Close; JULIET, NAKED charms as a “slight but sweet” romantic drama; SKATE KITCHEN ‘shreds’ light on the world of teenage girl skateboarders in NYC; and SUPPORT THE GIRLS features a talented ensemble cast in a so-so dramedy about scantily-clad waitresses at a Hooters-style “family” restaurant called Double Whammies.

  • 01:16

    We've Seen That- A Few Good Men

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    On our latest edition of "We've Seen That," we take unique approach to reviewing the Tom Cruise/Jack Nicholson/Demi Moore classic, "A Few Good Men." It's the 25th anniversary of the film from 1992 and Jay and T.J. are joined in a roundtable discussion by other movie hosts/critics to discuss the film. Checkout Joanna Langfield, Jon Cross and Mike White and their thoughts on the moive, the cast, and important aspects and parts of the tremendous tense military drama. Whether you saw it in the theaters or you've seen it numerous times on weekends on Cable TV, the movie and it's climatic final scene are known everywhere!
    Can you "Handle the Truth?!"