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In Episode 89 of Fireside Chat, we start out by discussing The Hunt, a new Hunger Games-style reality show that has been ordered by the CW. EW has summarized the show as follows: "In 'The Hunt,' 12 teams of two are dropped into the wilderness without food, water or shelter. They must compete in a game where they'll rely on their physicality, survival skills and hunting skills to endure the harsh conditions and 'capture' one another." What do you think? Is this a bad idea? Are you horrified and/or disturbed? Or do you think it sounds like a fun concept? We then do a round of Catching Fire Pick a Page, so get your books ready! We spend the rest of the show pulling topics out of our grab bag. Update: All the topics we pulled out of our grab bag are listed below!
Did Katniss and Peeta name their children in a Harry Potter manner after their dead loved ones? (from Matilda)
Would you rather face off against Cato or wrestle Thresh? (from McKenna K.)
Crackpot Theory: Johanna and Finnick were dating before the Quarter Quell. (from McKenna K.)
Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness.....What does it truly mean to experience this kind of longing for the good things of God? How can we know when we have the kind of hunger that says yes, this is all I need for life and Godliness. And on the other hand if we are not in great pursuit of God, then what is it that captivates our hearts, grabs our attention, brings excitement and really draws us so far from him that we don't seem to realize it until we've been given a wake up call. Its called having a sin problem that can take on many forms of enslavement disguised to look good and bring fulfillment. Only God himself that quench our hunger and thirst in a way only He can.
After a week away Cinema Royale is back and so is Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay! The "Cinema Siren" Leslie Combemale dials in to review the anticipated first chapter of The Hunger Games finale! Plus, we'll take a look at Bennett Miller's Foxcatcher starring Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, and Mark Ruffalo.
All this and news on Marvel's upcoming Netflix series, the Highlander reboot, and more!
Welcome, welcome to the first show of the post-movie era! We kick off the show by looking at the massive success of The Hunger Games at the box office this weekend. It broke quite a few records, and we think it's safe to say that Catching Fire is pretty much a "definite go" now. Representatives from fan sites and other experts join us to fully discuss and analyze the movie, from the changes, additions, and acting to the music and cinematography. We also briefly discuss our midnight showing experiences, since some of us unfortunately ended up with audiences that -- while comprised of people who obviously loved the books -- seemed to not "get" or fully understand The Hunger Games on a deeper level.
AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1.
It's obviously the thing everyone has been waiting for, and there's no avoiding the box office numbers this one is going to deliver, but is it really worth it? We were impressed with the first two, but is translating the third book into two movies going to work? Or, is this just the beginning of a two movie money grab of the latest franchise that happens to get people in theaters?
We'll let you know if you need to get to this one, and answer listener questions. We'll also keep you up on what's coming your way, and the upcoming award season
PNN Special Report - Hunger Activists in Fort Lauderdale
Join News Director Rick Spisak - as he interviews Nathan and Jillian Pim of the Ft. Lauderdale Food Not Bombs group.
We will talk with Keith McHenry one of the founders of the National Food Not Bombs a Hunger and Peace Activist for over forty years.
We'll also preview our Sunday Show on Progressive in a post-2014 Election Environment
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In Episode 40 of Fireside Chat -- our first episode of 2012 -- we celebrate the new year by taking a look back: In addition to discussing our Top 5 Hunger Games Moments from 2011, we play short clips from old episodes that correspond to the memorable events on our list. We also share the Top 5 Most Ridiculous Hunger Games Moments of 2011 (as chosen by us) and look ahead to what many have already dubbed "The Year of The Hunger Games." Happy New Year!
Ish just got real. This week the Black Geeks review the 3rd installment in The Hunger Games franchise, "Mockingjay - Part 1", directed by Francis Lawrence. It's all out war for Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen as she becomes the official symbol of the Districts' rebellion against The Capitol. Featuring a very strong supporting cast, including the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman, Mockingjay-Part 1 is a bona fide action flick replete with explosions, psuedo-military combat jargon, and a very high body count. Tune in today at 3:30 and find out if this is worth your $16 or you should wait till it's streaming on Netflix in 3 months.
Tonite (8.18.2014) we covered:
The occupation of America by the militarized terrorist cells (police depts) and the insanity of S.W.A.T. The stats on terrorist (cop) shootings of civilians resulting in a death is about 400 per year. 42% are white 32% are black 20% are brown 6% Asian. The rioters in Ferguson are outsiders. jesse jackson and al sharpton are hogging the media spotlight as usual.
Big Brother media is using the unfortunate incident in Ferguson MO to increase racial strife in America and give terrorist groups (police depts) incentive to obtain and use military weapons to terrorize the public. SWAT was created in 1964 in Philly and expanded in 1967 in L.A. by inspector daryl gates who later became chief of the LAPD. He called it Special Weapons Assault Team, but his bodd Ed Davis changed it to Special Weapons and Tactics because it sounded to military like. The first use of SWAT was in northern California to deal with Cesar Chavez who led protests by farm workers.
Hunger in America. 15% are "food insecure" and 6% have "very low food security." 20% of veterans and 25% active military.
The Gaza Genocide resulting in more than 2,000 INNOCENT civilians being deliberately murdered by the Khazar TERRORISTS.
ISIS continues to murder hundreds of INNOCENT civilians. while barry soetoro of Kenya lobs a few bombs on them slowing them down slightly.
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