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This week, Rhonda and Eric celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the original summer blockbuster known as Jaws. Plus, they give their takes on the premier episode of Aquarius. Join in the feeding frenzy by calling 1-878-552-4073.
Continued open discussion of all things Aquatic Based Horror- Jaws (and it's Sequels, even unofficial), Humanoids from the Deep, Piranha, Deep Rising, Virus, Ghost Ship, etc. Joining us will most likely be Chris Miller from Texas, Luke Jason Mason our Island Cabana Boy, Ashley Payne AKA Malice the Macabe- Artist/Model Extrodinare, Lovely Actress Genoveva Rossi and perhaps others... You can join too!!! Just call during the show! "Horror Queen" as always courtesy of PAIN! www.paintheband.com- Check 'em out!
The Movie Geeks celebrate the recent blu-ray restoration of Steven Spielberg's landmark film Jaws with screenwriter and actor Carl Gottlieb, and three key members from The Shark is Still Working documentary team - director Erik Hollander, producer James Gelet, and co-producer and composer Michael McCormack.
To purchase the Jaws blu-ray, which features the debut of the in-depth documentary, ckick here. You can pick up the latest edition of Mr. Gottlieb groundbreaking The Jaws Log, a inside look into the production of the film, by clicking here.
To purchase the official soundtrack to The Shark is Still Working, featuring original compositions from Michael McCormack, visit his official website at www.michaelmccormackmusic.com.
Co Host: Monica Valdes of DocMiami.org
The past year and half, James Gelet has been traveling solo across the United States, telecommuting for work, living in hotels, and snapping photos at film and TV set locations as he goes.
Tune in to hear more about his adventures and travels to famous film and tv sites.
Alan Mercier currently lives in Central Florida. He grew up in Wisconsin where his father was a scout master for the BoyScouts. His father would take him and his brothers to Bear Paw scout camp up in Iron Mountain Michigan. Where they learned to hunt, fish, trap, and track animals; all of the survival skills. Alan's family moved to Florida in the mid 70's where he joined the Marines. He moved back to Central Florida after his discharge. He remembers seeing " The Legend Of Boggy Creek " and how it affected people, making them afraid to go into the woods; much the same way "Jaws " kept many out of the ocean. Alan had his first sighting around 20 yrs ago when an 8ft tall creature stepped out in front of his pick up early one morning while delivering news papers. They stared at each other briefly before it continued across the road and disappeared into the woods. Alan has been researching and following the subject ever since.
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Amy Beth takes us on another robust romp through the Pop Culture sideshow. From Trump to the Ashley Madison hack, Cosby to calling her Cait, we’ll take on the sizzling summer stories. Oh, and it’s the 40th anniversary of Jaws. Safe to dive in? Maybe not. But join us anyway!
And the usual hoopla: Free flow convo, Inspiration to Action shout-outs, humor, music and more!
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TONIGHT, THE USUAL OPEN GEEKNESS. MATT, FLASH AND I WILL TALK ALL THINGS GEEK. WE'LL TALK ABOUT THE LOSS OF THE LATE GREAT FANTASY ARTIST; EARL NOREM. ALSO; THE SAD, SHOCKING DEATH OF THE MOVIE COMPOSER JAMES HORNER. FLASH AND I MAY TALK A BIT ABOUT THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CLASSIC, JAWS. PLUS, A POSSIBLE UPDATE ON OUR DEEP SPACE NINE WATCHING. ALSO, THE EVENTS OF THE DAY IN THE GEEKVERSE; MOVIES, COMICS, TV, STAR WARS, STAR TREK ETC. AND MUCH MORE!!!
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, we’ll be interviewing and multitalented artist and occasional roundtable member John Cooley! This time, Mr. Cooley (Better known to our listeners as Lahmi) will be sitting down with us to discuss the intricacies of his latest and greatest venture, the high-powered multimedia company known as Fanboy Entertainment! He’ll also be discussing the first two releases from the comic-book publishing arm of his company, Warrior Breed and Rise of the Golden Dragon! Will such titles offer readers anything new and exciting? Just what is Mr. Cooley’s game plan? How will the FBE universe differ from that of other, more established publishers like Marvel, DC, and Valiant? Will there even be a shared universe for FBE characters, or will each title tell its own self-contained, serialized story? Just what does it take write, draw, and publish your own comics? What does the future hold for Fanboy Entertainment?
We’ll also be reviewing Jurassic World! Is a sequel or a reboot? Does it retcon The Lost World and Jurassic Park III out of the “official” continuity of the franchise? Is it a worthy successor to the classic original? Is it better than the last two entries? Is Chris Pratt becoming the movie star of his respective era? Is it worthy of the record-breaking box office success that it’s had so far? Does that success signify the next phase of Blockbuster filmmaking?
We’ll also be celebrating the 40th anniversary of Jaws! Is it truly the first summer blockbuster? Can it be considered Spielberg’s best blockbuster? Can it be classified as a horror film, or is it a high-seas adventure with elements of horror?
Tuesday Co-hosts Richard Narog and Hezi Aris engage in their unique, passionate, sometimes funny, learning experience, and repartee this Tuesday, June 23rd, and every Tuesday, from 10am ET. This Tuesday their discussion is over vacation travel, specifically one of the most talked about items on seemingly everyone’s travel “bucket” list. The trip of a lifetime, many will agree, is none other than a cruise to Alaska. Join our discussion, come aboard, if you like, and share the disappointment of anticipation. You will be in awe, so much so, you will come to recognize your collective jaws have collapsed onto the floor. Despite the criticism, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Upon conclusion of this unique sojourn, USI Insurance Services Northeast Regional Chief Executive Officer James M. Butler, and Construction Agency Professionals President and CEO Michael S. Culnen join the program at the top of the second hour to speak to the recent acquisition of the insurance property-casualty construction and surety business of KORE Group, Inc., dba: Construction Agency Professionals (CAP). We’ll learn about their business, their vision for the firms they now oversee, and how they serve their clients in order to maintain patronage and growth.
Hezi Aris will spend the concluding have our of the broadcast day in review of the latest local, county, state, national, and international news arena. With the New York State Legislature still in session, pertinent news may be revealed at any time. If they are consummated, we hope to advise our listeners as they unfurl.
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Kim Wolters is a businesswoman, who has experienced not one but two journeys to heaven and back. She is 49, has had diabetes since age 5, been dealing with heart disease for the past ten years, was traumatized by being involved in two devastating auto accidents, (one a role-over which the jaws of life had to be used to pry her out of her car), yet through all of this, she still has the drive, spirit and enthusiasm to live life to the fullest.
If you have questions you wanted to ask but were afraid to, or if you're missing your loved ones and have an unrest if heaven is real, then you would want to hear Kim's amazing story.