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Being a fan of "Classic Westerns" by film makers like, the three "Johns" (...Huston, Ford, and Sturges) , Sam Peckinpah, or Howard Hawks, one can't forget about the western film contributions made overseas, in Europe; otherwise known as the "Spaghetti Western". This week we'll focus our attention on three such films; A Fist Full of Dollars, Once Upon A Time in the West, and The Good the Bad and the Ugly. These are the movies of famed Italian writer, and dir
C Fox is on the air doing a solo show in the Flick-Notes.com "Talkin' Flicks" podcast. Tonight, he will talk about "The Blind Side" (2009) with Sandra Bullock, Tim McGraw, Quinton Aaron, and Ray McKinnon and also Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" from 2012 starring Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Christopher Walz, Samuel L. Jackson. Find out what C Fox liked and didn't lkike about each movie and what he took away from both. No holds barred.
Rick Riley, VO artist & storyteller, joins Rebecca on Love That Voiceover. Rick is a former radio personality with almost 30 yrs behind the mic and 16 yrs doing a drive time show in Miami. Swept out of Clear Channel, he searched for his roots and found VO. He is the VOICE of the Minnesota Vikings and a feature voice for NFL FILMS. And More...
Today Rick shares the story of how he met and got representation from his agent Mike Shallbetter of DPN, and how it is working at the level he’s at…After some side steps, but persevering, Rick stepped successfully – with professional coaching - into voiceover but... With all that experience, we dig a little deeper into some of the experience so share his story about humility, self-evaluation, being an artist, persistence… and the sweet stuff!
He’s a natural storyteller. Now with the Minnesota Vikings production company, they’ve won 3 Emmy’s and both he and the producers acknowledge what the other does. Help your clients feel like each of them is No. 1! Treat your clients so they provide you the foundation for success! Learn more about Rick at his website www.RickRileyVoice.com See the video clips Rick mentions in the show: 'Unlikely Champions' https://vimeo.com/52129344, Ronald Regan 100th https://vimeo.com/34667317.
VO artist LoveThatRebecca aka Rebecca Michaels Haugh is your host and producer of Love That VoiceOver. Connect on Twitter @RebeccaMichaels and @LoveThatVO, on FaceBook pages Rebecca Michaels and Love That Voiceover, plus websites www.LoveThatRebecca.com and http://www.LoveThatVoiceover.com.
Movie Monday on Brian The Hammer Show and today in addition to the Top 10 Weekend Box Office Hits we'll be talking about some of films Greatest Stars and their "Stories That Teach", including a Shocking Story about Dean Martin with Writer, Director Paul Kyriazi. Paul has written and directed 6 Feature Films and directed many legends in the Industry over the years. Paul has also produced nine novels and Full-Cast Audio Books. The Stars that Paul will be talking about today include:
Sammy Davis Jr.
Skinny D'Amato returns $1,000,000 gambling winnings
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Hosted by horror & exploitation filmmaker, Sean Weathers: this week's guest is Andrew Roth. http://fullcirclefilmworks.com/fullcirclemovietalk.html
SEASON 3 - Episode 13 (4/16/14): A student of the martial arts and a man steeped deeply in his
spirituality, Andrew is a fast rising actor in his prime. He’s acted in over 50 films in addition to his work on the stage and behind the camera. If you don’t know who he is, you will soon. Music by Judas Booth - Chopped & Screwed.
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Special Guest: Actress Kimberly Elise. Four Time NAACP Image Award winner. She currently plays Sloan Hayes on VH1's Hit The Floor show. Elise has been seen in films, such as, Beloved, The Diary of a Mad Black Woman, & For Colored Girls. She has been seen on TV in Close To Home, Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story, Soul Food, & Grey's Anatomy.
Elise will be playing the lead role of Angela Logan in UP TV's Original movie Apple Mortgage Cake. Directed by Michael Scott. Produced by Entertainment One.
Apple Mortgage Cake: This is the true story of a Angela Logan who decides to bake 100 apple cakes and sell them at $40 each in order to save her home – and how this idea completely changes her and her family. As word of her “bake sale” ripples out through neighbors, friends, her church and even old flames, the story soon spreads to the news, locally, nationally and internationally. Orders fly in from all over the world. Angela is taken off guard by the overwhelming support.
Michael Starrbury, TV and Feature Film screenwriter discovered his love of cinema after sneaking into a movie theater as a young boy to see the classic Prince film "Purple Rain." When Apollonia purified herself in Lake Minnetonka, it was as if God, Allah, Buddha and that Hindu elephant was giving him a sign. From that moment on, he would study the craft of screenwriting. He went on to become a Blacklist writer and three-time McKnight Fellowship winner. He has developed pilots with ABC, Fox, FX andComedy Central. Also feature films with Warner Bros and New Line. His George Tillman, Jr. directed drama THE INEVITABLE DEFEAT OF MISTER AND PETE premiered at Sundance and was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay. Michael is currently writing an animated pilot for Comedy Central. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com
We're back horror fiends and coming at you more vicious than ever! This week we'll be discussing hot topics in horror as well as what the genre has left in terms of originality. Has the genre really run out of great ideas? Or are the big Hollywood remakes overshadowing the lost gems? Listen in tonight as we weigh in!
The topic of this week’s broadcast is "Redemption". We'll discuss three very different films, focusing on our theme. After much deliberation, the show's co-host (Must See Movies Critic, Larry Domkowski) has chosen the following films: The Robe (1953), Life of Brian (1979) and Breaking the Waves (1996).
This Week On Talking Terror Presents We Are Kicking Off Our First In The "Taste Of" Series! With These Episodes We Shall Explore Some Films From Across The Globe! We Shall Kick Off The Trip With The Boot Shaped Peninsula, Italy! We Will Be Discussing A Pair Of Films From Horror Icon, Dario Argento! First Up Will Be The Classic, Suspiria (1977)! We'll Follow That With His Film From A Decade Later, Opera (1987)! So Grab A Bowl Of Pasta, Some Vino, And Get Ready To Have A Buono Notte! Stay Scared!!
~~Donald F. (Don) Glut (www.donaldfglut.com) is a director/writer of low-budget independent motion pictures (mostly low-budget/campy/sexy horror films, most recently Blood Scarab; www.frontlinefilms.com), author of approximately 70 books (novels including a national best-seller The Empire Strikes Back and non-fiction, e.g. Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia series), short stories, comic books (creator of The Occult Files of Dr. Spektor, Dagar the Invincible and Tragg and the Sky Gods), TV shows (live action and animation), music, articles, etc. He was a monster-magazine editor (e.g., Modern Monsters) and is a musician, photographer, lecturer and actor (most recently doing voice-over acting for Japanese-language anime and live-action movies).
During the late 1960s he played bass guitar in the Penny Arkade, a rock band produced by then-“Monkee” Mike Nesmith. Don has been associated with such franchises as Transformers, Masters of the Universe, Twilight Zone, Tarzan, Captain America , Vampirella, G.I. Joe and others. Also, he is also a volunteer fossil preparator at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Don’s interests include paleontology, horror, science-fiction and fantasy, vintage radio and TV shows, old comic books, stage magic, trains, "Holy Relics," the Three Stooges and Jackie Gleason (plus others).
He is currently in preproduction on a female werewolf movie called SheWolves, which he is writing, directing and executive producing.
Join host John Link, co-host Edward X Young, and resident film historian/impressionist Don Fellman, as they talk with Donald F. Glut on this very special edition of The John Link Show, Thursday, April 17th at 11 PM, EDT. CALL IN to speak with Mr. Glut! 347-934-0493.