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  • 00:58

    That's What He Said S04E50-Mr. Pink Doesn't Tip

    in Comedy

    This week on That's What He Said, Lou and Freddy run down the substantial list of returning and rebooting tv shows,  check out HTC's entry into the world of virtual reality, take a look at Ryan Reynold's Deadpool costume, and discuss Spielberg's new film. We've also got some Wolverine news, Google's Washington influence, and more on Mallrats 2 and Super Troopers 2. Plus, Lou will unbox this month's Loot Crate, and Freddy will give us the low-down on tonight's WrestleMania 31! Give us a call during the live show at 323-693-3811 to join the fun!

  • 00:45

    Episode 37- 37 D*cks? I'm 37?

    in Entertainment

    This week we are going to talk about writter and director Kevin Smith.  The first movie of Mr. Smith's films that we saw together was Mallrats. We will talk about his film career, his podcast career, and TV shows.  He has been a big influence on J and starting this lovely Podcast.  Listen in as we discuss our favorite movies of his. @thatkevinsmith

  • 01:35

    Actor Michael Rooker and Producer Jamee Natella

    in Pop Culture

    On this episode, we will be speaking to Actor Michael Rooker. Rooker has had a long and successful career in both film and television. He has appeared in such blockbusters as The Walking Dead, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Mississippi Burning, JFK, Mallrats, and so much more.

    We also spoke to producer Jamee Natella. Jamee has produced films like Opposite Day, Beyond, and the Baby Geniuses films. She has also produced many award winning commercials, and is the founder of Blueyed Pictures.

  • 02:23

    Vertically Striped Radio - Episode 104

    in Energy

    Episode 104 was a walking technical difficulty. At various points, my phone starts sounding like C3PO under water, my internet goes out which means my switchboard is dead, and my computer craps out on me leaving me to my own devices for long stretches.

    If you can deal with the technical difficulties, we have a bit of good stuff including a Week in Wankery in which Grampa Craig discusses how he dislikes the Federal Government, Chuck E. Cheese. The man of the match was state legistlator in Oregon who pulled an amusing stunt. We also had a duel between two of the worst callers in the history of the show, appropriate for this, one of the worst shows in VSR history.

    Doing their best to save the show were Face and Aaron Young from the No Name Show. They went head to head in Mallrats trivia and Face proved that he may have a severe problem with watching this movie...we may need to stage an intervention. After the trivia, we held a meeting of the He-Man movie watchers club in which we tried to discuss Mallrats...much like the actual movie, it was a bit of a scattered mess with tiny bits of brilliance sprinkled in. I like Mallrats, but not to the level that Face and Aaron do.

    Craig mercifully wrapped up the show by playing a the first Vertically Striped Music Recommendation from the field of Hip Hop. Lupe Fiasco's "State Run Radio" from the album "Lasers" which is pretty solid. 

    As for this edition of VSR, well, they can't all be winners. Thanks for listening, and I promise we'll try to do better next time.

  • 01:21


    in MMA

    This week on OVER THE TOP RADIO~! Join Ed and his co-hosts Cutrer and Craig as they are joined by BRODIE LEE~! We will ask Brodie how he got his name and what gave him the idea to combine the names Jason Lee and Brodie Bruce from the movie Mallrats. Was it his favorite Kevin Smith movie? We will ask him about breaking in at NWA Upstate and talk about some of the titles he has held there. We'll ask Brodie about working for Chikara and wrestling at events like the King of Trios tournament and feuding with Claudio Castagnoli. We'll talk about the time he was a member of the Roughnecks teaming with Eddie Kingston and Grizzly Redwood and his thoughts on his on again off again partner, Grizzly Redwood. We will ask him about his time in ROH and being a member of The Age Of The Fall. We'll talk to him about wrestling for Evolve and ask what his thoughts are on the promotion as a whole. We will also talk to Brodie about working for Dragon Gate USA, if he enjoys working for them and ask if he enjoyed working with and against the Sumo legend, AKEBONO. And last but not least we will find out what the future holds for Brodie Lee~! All this and more on this weeks OTTR~!

  • 01:29

    The No Name Show is Good Enough For You

    in Weather

    The No Name Show crew will cover The Goonies from all angles. We'll discuss the plot, errors in the movie, and give the Top 7 Best Lines from The Goonies. In addition we'll talk about Christmas, give the Douche of the Week, etc. We will even play a new game called "Who Got What For Christmas".

  • 01:16

    No Name Show - Movin' On Up

    in Weather

    Who are these dorks and what the eff are they talking about? It's Aaron and Steve from the No Name Show and . . . well I don't really know what they're talking about either. But chances are it's vaguely entertaining. The first episode after "The Big Move" to FRN will include a discussion of great songs with the word "Move" in the title, Fun With Words, the Douche Bag of the Week, and the Top 7 Professional Sports Mascots.

  • 01:32

    No Name Show - 1/23/11

    in Weather

    The No Name Show returns for yet another 69 minutes of fun and frivolity. We'll do all the usual stuff, talk sports, aliens, Mallrats, and finish off with our list of the Top 7 Disney animated classics.

  • 01:00

    Best Movies of the 90s

    in Weather

    Part 3 of our 4 part series will showcase the best movies of the 1990s. We'll also play Limey Lyrics with Sir Richard Hertz III, highlight the douche of the week, and much more.

  • 00:45

    Ethan Suplee, MY NAME IS EARL actor: Mr. Media Interview

    in Television

    Ethan Suplee plays Randy, brother of Jason Lee's character Earl in "My Name Is Earl," on NBC TV. He has established himself over the past decade as an actor of considerable talent and accomplishment. His diverse and eclectic resume ranges from hilarious roles in such comedies as Mallrats (1995) and Without a Paddle (2004) to hauntingly dramatic performances in intense features such as

  • 00:45

    Profile: James Jacks/Producer and Partner at Alphaville Productions

    in Movies

    In 1992, James formed Alphaville Productions, one of America's most successful production companies with partner Sean Daniel. In addition to "The Mummy" series, together they have produced such acclaimed movies as Richard Linklater's, "Dazed and Confused", Kevin Smith’s, "Mallrats", "The Scorpion King", William Friedkin's, "The Hunted", "Dark Blue", "Rat Race", "A Simple Plan" (Note: Sean Daniel was not involved in this particular film), it was directed by Sam Raimi and starred Billy Bob Thornton, the Coen Brothers' comedy, "Intolerable Cruelty", the Nora Ephron Comedy, "Michael", starring John Travolta, the acclaimed Western, "Tombstone", John Woo's first American film, "Hard Target", "The Jackal", starring Bruce Willis and Richard Gere, "The Gift", starring Cate Blanchett, Hilary Swank and director Sam Raimi, and lastly the Weitz Brothers’ Comedy, "Down To Earth", starring comedian Chris Rock. You can email your questions to 123FilmEasy@Gmail.com and we'll answer them "LIVE ON AIR." Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on "Twitter" at https://twitter.com/123Film.