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The Movie Geeks review the latest film releases - including This Is the End and The Purge - and discuss movie headlines. Topics include the Sharon Waxman vs. Nikki Finke rivalry, career advice for Nicolas Cage and Vince Vaughn, whether TV is better than film, indie vs. mainstream cinema, pet peeves with the theater going experience, and the prominent trend of apocalyptic movies.
The Movie Geeks speak with editors Andrew Weisblum (Black Swan, Moonrise Kingdom) and Bobbie O'Steen about the art of film editing. Ms. O'Steen will moderate an event with Mr. Weisblum as part of her Inside the Cutting Room series in NYC on February 21. For more details, visit http://bit.ly/XwP1cF. Actor/comedian David Koechner (Anchorman) discusses his new film Small Apartments, which will be available on DVD and VO
Jim McKairnes, producer, is a 23-year veteran of the television industry, 15 at CBS. He is a producer and television consultant, an adjunct college-instructor/guest-lecturer and author. His work as an entertainment-magazine editor and freelance writer out of college took him to Los Angeles in 1989 to pursue a dream of working in the TV-executive ranks as a network programmer. He met producer Norman Lear soon after his arrival which led to McKairnes being hired at CBS Studio by then-CBS-President Jeff Sagansky. At CBS, McKairnes divided his responsibilities between the Current Programming and Scheduling departments. He became fulltime in Scheduling and was part of the team that took the network from worst in the 1990s to first in the 2000s under the leadership of CBS President Leslie Moonves. He contributed to and involved himself in all areas of CBS: He created and produced the on-air prime-time series called “CBS Moments,” he was instrumental in the development of several made-for-TV movies and network specials; and he contributed to various promotional campaigns each season of his tenure. After 13 years and as a Senior Vice-President at CBS, McKairnes was recruited by Discovery Communications in 2006 to head up that Maryland-based company’s 11 networks as its Executive Vice-President of Scheduling, where he was introduced to and then immersed himself in the world of cable TV. Eventually he returned in Los Angeles, where he was invited by Moonves to return to CBS, as well, for a role on the company’s studio side, serving as Senior Vice President in charge of developing new comedies for its cable division from 2008 to 2010. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com
Will Smith's latest is pretty entertaining .. there seems to be a lot of movie content that deals with earth as an afterthought .. having been nuked or other .. i wonder what is driving this holiweird phenomenon ....
Opened May 31, 2013 1 hr 39 min PG-13 | Sci-fi action violence and some disturbing images Parents: Common Sense Media says OK for kids 12+. More on child suitability
People were forced to leave Earth a millennium ago to establish a new home on Nova Prime. Now, Gen. Cypher Raige (Will Smith) heads Nova Prime's most-prominent family. Cypher's teenage son, Kitai (Jaden Smith), feels enormous pressure to follow in his father's legendary footsteps -- which strains their relationship. Cypher and Kitai set out on a trip to mend their bond, but when their craft crashes on Earth's hostile surface, each must trust the other greatly -- or perish.
Todd Robinson, PT 3, director/producer is an Academy Award finalist, Emmy-winning, Independent Spirit Award-nominated filmmaker whose new movie Phantom stars Ed Harris and David Duchovny. His next feature is The Last Full Measure, with Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman, Ed Harris, Robert Duvall, Andy Garcia, Laurence Fishburne and others. John Watson, Pen Densham and Trilogy Entertainment will produce. He wrote and directed Lonely Hearts, starring John Travolta, James Gandolfini, Salma Hayek, Jared Leto and Laura Dern. He wrote and produced White Squall starring Jeff Bridges directed by Ridley Scott, The Four Diamonds, directed by Peter Werner, and Mermaid, helmed by Peter Masterson. Todd scripted That Others May Live for Wolfgang Peterson and was a contributing writer on Bad Boys II, directed by Michael Bay. He worked on Lewis and Clark, that will be Pietro Scalia’s directing debut and is attached to direct Bloody Jack from the novel of the same name, starring Anna Sophia Robb. Other projects are Quest for Scion, for Paramount and Skydance Productions, and Blood Money for RCR Media. Todd wrote and directed Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick, a feature documentary about legendary studio director William A. Wellman, and the feature documentary Amargosa. He got an Emmy for writing and directing The Legend of Billy the Kid for Disney. He created and executive produced Astronauts for ABC, adapted the Nicholas Sparks The Rescue for CBS and wrote and executive produced The Third House, for Sydney Pollack. Other TV credits include Night and Day, The Young Riders, Life Goes On, Man of a Thousand Faces, The Outsiders, The Wings of Denali, Law & Order: SVU and Stand and Be Counted. 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
The Movie Geeks welcome film critic and author Tim Grierson back to the show to dsicuss his latest book FilmCraft: Screenwriting, a collection of in-depth interviews with many of our top screenwriters.
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Creep Show Radio Movie Reviews is live with Daniel Schein and Melissa Walsh Tuesday June 18th at 7:00 PM Eastern or anytime shortly after we wrap. On this episode we will have Horror Film reviews for Solomon Kane, The movie adaptation of Robert E. Howard's story and popular Marvel Comic book, Starring The Following's James Purefoy.
Also we tackle the brand new flick Gut in which two friends view a series of gory perverted Snuff Videos only to deal with the terrifying consequences. Plus Sci-fi mayhem in Cloned: The Recreator Chronicles in which a group of teens must take on their evil clones who are intent on killing them off.
We will also have reviews for the Lance Henriksen film It's In The Blood, Brad Dourif in the horror mystery Last Kind Words, Val Kilmer in Twixt, and last but not least it's Big Screen Comedic Terror in This Is The End in which a team of comedy stars including James Franco, Jonah Hill, Seth Rogen, Danny Mcbride, and Harry Potter's Emma Watson????? All playing themselves must deal with the Apocalypse.
Plus TV Terror Talk where we will discuss the highly anticipated True Blood season premiere, Hannibal, Walking Dead, Bates Motel, and more including convention coverage with Monster Mania.
What are those MOVIE TRAILER VO styels? JON BAILEY Pt2 –
This episode: Unveiling the mystery of MOVIE TRAILER VO. What is it all about? Does who you know matter? Should he or shouldn’t he be ‘hard to work with’? Listen for the details…
Voice talent LoveThatRebecca aka Rebecca Michaels Haugh is your host. Love That VoiceOver takes a fresh perspective with in-depth interviews unveiling personalities and projects behind the microphone....
Jon was discovered on youtube with his movie trailer mash-up and now he’s performing MOVIE TRAILER VO. He’s repped by CESD and Cope Management.
Creep Show Radio Movie Reviews Live June 11th at 7:00 PM Eastern or anytime after wrapping at your convenience. On this episode we will have several hot new Horror reviews for you including the highly anticipated sequel VHS 2 which promises even more gore and frights than the original, but does it live up to the hype? Also big screen terror as Ethan Hawke and Game Of Thrones star Lena Headey try to survive The Purge.
Plus Lance Henriksen stars in the survival horror flick It's In The Blood, German Zombie mayhem in Extinction, Lost and Being Human star Mark Pellegrino in the gory horror comedy Bad Meat, William Forsythe and Michael Madsen get into even more Zombie mayhem in Infected, and last but not least it's boy meets girl, girl turns out to be psycho bitch in Love Sick Love.
All that plus TV Terror Talk with Walking Dead, True Blood, Dexter, Hannibal, Bates Motel, etc. and convention coverage with Monster Mania and the upcoming Cherry Hill, New Jersey show.
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Randy Miller, PT 2, is an award winning film composer, arranger, conductor. Having collaborated with exceptionally talented filmmakers and artists such as: Oliver Stone, Robert Towne, Anothony Hopkins, Zhang Yimou, Robert Dornhelm, Paula Wagner, Tom Cruise, Kitaro, Michael Franti, and BT. Miller has created a career that features acoustic, orchestral music that is emotional, richly thematic, sophisticated as well as dynamic in scope. He feels his strongest assets are, “to capture the drama and heart of what a director is trying to communicate” and to “compose a score that adds texture, color and dimension, with just the right amount of emotion.” Mr. Miller has worked with all the major studios including, Warner Brothers, Disney, Universal, Paramount and Sony, as well as numerous independent filmmakers. Composing and conducting assignments have led to work in many cities around the world including: London, Bratislava, New York, Munich, Prague, Moscow, Dublin, Miami, Seattle and Los Angeles. Miller maintains recording facilities in Topanga, CA and at his Sequoia National Forest retreat. Classically trained with a degree in music composition, Randy hails from Ellenville, New York in the Catskills. Randy is joined by Yellow Rock Producer/Writer/Star Lenore Andriel. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events,
The Movie Geeks celebrate their final show of the year with special guest panelist and film reviewer Katy Kern (http://www.tiredofpreviews.com).
Topics include the passing of actor Charles Durning, the top film scores of all time, Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry franchise, actors who practice political activism, and reviews of Les Miserables, Django Unchained, Bernie, and Jack Reacher.