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Jackie Kallen stops by to discuss favorite boxing movies as well as her experience as the first U.S. female boxing manager. Kallen was the inspiration for the main character in Against the Ropes, starring Meg Ryan, Tony Shalhoub and Omar Epps. Adding to the fun, BTR hosts Wacko Bob, Chuck Skull and Chris Dinkins plan to call in and share their picks for "best boxing films."
With so many exciting movies about boxing available now, it will be interesting to see which motion pictures these four guests will pick as the cream of the crop. Amond the contenders are such films as Ali, The Boxer, Cinderella Man, The Fighter, Girlfight, Hard Times, The Hurricane, Million Dollar Baby, Raging Bull, Resurrecting the Champ, Rocky and Someone Up There Likes Me.
Christian Filmmaking has been pulling some big punches lately. But what are we as Christians really saying when we do films? What makes a "Christian Film"? Tune into War Zone Radio to be apart of this discussion.
Here is the link for a film I am very excited for... 'Believe Me' opens Sept. 26 so click the link below and check out the trailer!
6th Man Films CEO, Corey Pierson speaks with host Nadine Michel on part 2 of his B.I.B.L.E series (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth) Book of Job, casting for part 3's Kayne and April, and how his films are also addresing current events in the times where Black American is on alert! Tune in Sunday 7pm!
I have worked on about 10 stopmotion films and three of my own. So this is it all you need is a good camera, lighting, computer with software and a place to shoot it. Getting ready and finding the time and lots of it. I going to help you with that and get the budget and get it on the big screen. This will be a two part show, so get your pen and pad to take notes.Also we will be looking at a few films, big and small.
Welcome to the pilot episode of Desert Island Films with your sexy host Stephen Horton aka Gashead Steve.
Gashead Steve's first guest for this pilot episode is none other than jl76gaming of Desert Island Games fame. Yes John kindly allowed Gashead to lease half of the island to host this special film version of the series.
Gashead would like to thank John https://www.youtube.com/user/jl76gaming
Any question for John please use the +jl76gaming tag
You can find Gashead's youtube channel here - https://www.youtube.com/user/gashead66
If you would would like to be joining in on the show please PM me on my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/thelondonret...
I decided to do something different w/ the show that I haven't done since I started this project a couple years back. Usually around this time of year, there's not a whole lot of sports going on; mainly baseball, soccer, & golf. That being said, I wanted to take the opportunity to do some entertaining topics that'll open the show up & expand things. So w/ this particular topic in mind, just what IS your favorite sports film or films of all-time? It could be anything. It could be an actual movie, documentary, TV show, or even commercial. Call in Wednesday night @ 6pm to voice your thoughts & answers. This is one of many different topics broadcasted on the show for the duration of the summer. We're on air for 60 minutes in another podcast of "The Rocket Sports Breakdown". Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
Join Count6String, THE HORROR SEX SYMBOL Christopher Highland, and Eric Morse as they chat about the wonderful world of fan productions. It has been nearly thirty four years since Ernie Fosselius did his original fan film, Hardware Wars. Since then fan films have become a staple of fandom and have reached such heights in quality that they come close to the mega budgeted hits that inspire them. This is going to be a show you won't want to me if you are a fan film fan....
Screenplayground Podcast kicks off with President/Head Reader Thomas Cunningham and Director Patrick Guera discussing getting experience working with short films, getting a feel for working with directors, actors and learning how your script translates to screen.
The Hermetic Hour, hosted by Poke Runyon, will present a lively review of magical fiction and films. We will go from "The Saragossa Manuscript"(1841) through Dion Fortune's "Moon Magic", Somerset Maugham's "The Magician" (novel and film), Chambers "The King in Yellow", Lovecraft's dream cycle, Merritt's lost worlds (that influenced Shaver), Jack Williamson's "Darker than You Think" (Jack Parson's favorite), Clark Ashton Smith dream-maker extraordinary, his imitator Jack Vance (from which we got Dungeons & Dragons), "Valis" by Philip K. Dick -- just to name a few. Then the films: Orson Welles' "Black Magic" on Cagliostro, Jean Cocteau's "Orpheus", Merrian Cooper's "She", "Simon King of the Witches," "What Dreams May Come," "Crowley," and Jodorowsky's "The Holy Mountain." A smorgasbord of mind-benders. Tune in and feast on it!
Takashi Miike is a highly prolific and controversial Japanese filmmaker. He has directed over ninety theatrical, video, and television productions since his debut in 1991. Some of the films under his belt include, Ichi the Killer, Audition, Dead or Alive, and Gozu. Join us as we discuss our favorite Takashi Miike films!