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Are You Screening? host and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, along with co-host extraordinaire Shane Leonard, take on Prometheus.
As always, delivering their instant reaction to the film.
This one has us on the edge of our seats. Finally, something that has the potential to really blow us away... and possibly even divide us.
Join me, Hollywood God as I discuss Prometheus 2 and other news from Hellywood.
In the not so distant past, a lone UFO crash lands in rural England in the dead of night. Its pilot, the enigmatic KLINE, brings a gift of advanced technology... and a dire warning of things to come.
In the less distant future, the first in a series of devastating attacks wipes out a major U.S. city. Preparations could have been made to meet the threat... but a certain visitor’s warnings were not taken seriously.
Now a frightened nation races against the clock to prepare for the next assault. But its greatest hope for survival will come from an unexpected direction. A whole new class of warrior will arise from within the populace: mechanics and stock brokers and waitresses and students, average Americans who share a very specific and underappreciated talent.
Leading them in the fight will be Kara Dunn, a pragmatic young woman with no idea of the destiny she alone can fulfill...
"Prometheus Rebound" author R.L. Akers is a native of Florida who fled humidity and hurricanes to reside in almost-heaven West Virginia. Holder of an undergraduate degree in computer science and a master's degree in business administration, Akers has worked in software development as well as non-profit fundraising and publicity. He is a licensed foster parent who helps lead the elementary-aged children's ministry at his church, and his interests include graphic design and orchestral movie soundtracks.
Visit Akers online at his blog, RLAkers.com, where you can find short stories and information about upcoming novels. Make sure you also check out Gryphens.com and OrbitalDefense.com.
Although there are only 4 movies in the Alien Anthology, two noteable films followed and one of them was Prometheus Trailer.
We will discuss how this film works in conjunction with the main films of the series and next week the last film we will discuss in conjunction with this historical film series and the psychological implications it has held for society both in the future and now.
This week on Swords and Space radio, we'll discuss one of this past-winter's blockbusters, Ridley Scott's Prometheus. Although panned on our website as one of the worst films ever, not everyone agrees.
Join host Nicholas Wansbutter and guest Brian Pauls for a lively (and contentious) discussion of Prometheus, the much-anticipated prequel to the classic Alien franchise. Co-host Matthew Zepf will act as referee. Join us for what is sure to be an interesting debate!
A May 1st International Workers Day, 2010 show hosted by Michael Caddell with Dr. John Graham, editor of "Yours for the Revolution: The Appeal to Reason 1895 - 1922" (1990, University of Nebraska Press), and Dr. Fred Whitehead, editor with Verle Muhrer "Free Thought on the American Frontier" (1992, Prometheus Books) commemorating the "Appeal to Reason" Kansas newspaper 1895-1922. The Appeal was the largest circulated openly socialist newspaper in the United States, reaching a weekly circulation of 4,100,000 copies before a severe government clampdown prior to and during World War One. Readings provided by listeners and supporters, of all ages, of Radio Free Kansas. This show is produced from Kansas many episodes with other distinguished guests are available at: http://fightincockflyer.blogspot.com/ If you enjoy these shows please email us at: email@example.com 2hrs. each episode. non-commercial, labor and music donated in the interest of working people around the world.
And I lay all the blame on the stupid assholes who didn't understand Prometheus!
Sabrina Eubanks will take us on an exciting ride with her book, Brooklyn Boys.
Growing up in hard and gritty Do-Or-Die Bed-Stuy had been a tough and often perilous road for Justin Wilde and his brother Tony, but they refused to succumb to life’s vicious blows. Left as virtual orphans by a father doing a terminal bid and a mother who became strung out and gave up, they were left to fend for themselves. Since well-paying, gainful employment had shut its heart to these young men with minimum skills, they quickly find their niche in easily gotten drug money; slinging on the corner for a flashy old school dealer named Cicero Thomas and making undesirables disappear. They are known on the streets as Cutty and Crush.
Life hasn’t been easy, but they’ve always been smart. When they’re made an offer they can’t refuse by Prometheus Burns, an upstart from Trinidad with primo product, they start on a course for a takeover that will leave a major dealer bodied and put them in position to have the venerable status of true drug lords; but coups are not always easy. Sometimes a war must be fought to reign supreme, but Cutty and Crush are more than ready to rise to the occasion with their old friends Shade and Josie to help clear the path.
The kingdom of the original gangster and old regimes are at hand. The time has come for Brooklyn Boys.
Why does Oscar Isaac have to be in X-men Apocalypse and Star Wars: Episode VII?
Who should Direct a live action movie of Akira?
Only stupid people hate Prometheus.
Could people please STFU about a Batman solo film already
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