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Mr. Robertson has over 130 credits as sound mixer and has worked on some pretty important films. Perry spent time in dallas honing his craft in FilmPost Production and LIve TV sound. In 1996 Perry moved to Los Angeles where he spent the next 6 years at SoundDelux working on movies such as Bourne Identity, Blackhawk Down. In 2001 ,Perry started EarCandy with Open range. Since then Perry and his team have worked on movies from all ends of the spectrum from The Watcher, Any Given Sunday, Lars and the Real Girl to Rambo with Sylvester Stallone, Devil's Rejects, Halloween I and II for Rob Zombie and all of Jason Reitman's projects Thank You For Not Smoking, Juno, up In the Air and now Labor Day. You can email your questions to email@example.com Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Rolling Stone contributing Editor Janet Reitman explains the new tactics and strategy of the anti choice movement, how the anti abortion movement began shifting its strategy from a federal to local level, what group is the ALEC of the anti … Continue reading →
In her new book, Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion, Janet Reitman offers the first full journalistic history of the Church of Scientology. She traces Scientology’s development from the birth of Dianetics to today, following its metamorphosis from a pseudoscientific self-help group to a worldwide spiritual corporation with profound control over its followers and even ex-followers.
Based on five years of research, unprecedented access to Church officials, confidential documents, and extensive interviews with current and former Scientologists, Reitman exposes a little-known world.
Scientology was created in 1954 by a prolific sci-fi writer named L. Ron Hubbard. It claims to be the world’s fastest growing religion, with millions of members around the world and huge financial holdings. Its celebrity believers keep its profile high, and its teams of “volunteer ministers” offer aid at disaster sites such as Haiti and the World Trade Center.
But Scientology is also a notably closed faith, harassing journalists and others through litigation and intimidation, even infiltrating the highest levels of the government to further its goals. Its attacks on psychiatry and its requirement that believers pay as much as tens and even hundreds of thousands of dollars for salvation have drawn scrutiny and skepticism. Ex-members use the Internet to share stories of harassment and abuse.
Janet Reitman is a contributing editor at Rolling Stone and her article, Inside Scientology, published in March 2006 was a National Magazine Award-nominee. Reitman also covered the war in Iraq for Rolling Stone and has reported on a wide range of other topics.
Janet will be available for one hour. After her interview, callers are welcome to share their insights and experiences about Scientology.
The NFL season may be months away, but pro football hits the big screen in Draft Day, the new film starring Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner! Directed by Ivan Reitman and backed fully by the NFL, we'll take a look at whether it truly captures the energy and excitement surrounding the annual NFL Draft!
Plus, we'll look at Jonathan Glazer's sci-fi flick Under the Skin, starring Scarlett Johansson as a sexy alien hunting on Earth; and Jude Law is a foul-mouthed, uncontrollable criminal in Dom Hemingway.
All this and we'll look at the growing war between Marvel and DC's upcoming superhero films
8/12 Vijay Prashad: US Wants Global Poverty Wages & Rainey Reitman: What Went Missing In Obama’s NSA
Professor Vijay Prashad, explained what Bradley Mannings leaks showed about American pressure on developing economies, why the Yemeni & Pakistani governments are complicit with American drone attacks, the growth of southern power and modern alternatives to capitalism. EFF’s Rainey Reitman, … Continue reading →
The missing Malaysian Airlines Flight? Political correctness? Human decency? Crowd-sourcing? Movie Studio Tent-poles? The return of Kevin Costner? Role-playing games? Joss Whedon? Veronica Mars? Marathons?
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Our guest tonight is investigative journalist Ms. Janet Reitman. Ms. Reitman is a contributing editor at Rolling Stone, a magazine for which she covered the war in Iraq as well a host of other important current events of our time. She is the author of Inside Scientology, a book grew out of her National Magazine Award-nominated story of the same name published in Rolling Stone in March, 2006. She is the first American journalist to publish a major book on Scientology, and the only writer to have charted its full history. Ms. Reitman will talk to us about the history, beliefs, and practices of Scientology and about the controversies surrounding it.
The Critical Hit Anomalists
A casual talk show about movies, video games, and anything else we feel like talking about. Blurring the line between "nerd" & "geek" since 2012! Cynical critics and critical cynics welcome.
Dak and Justin try to do a halloween themed show. John is on an Adventure in ohio and Sooley is off finding financial freedom. Topics:
Tales from the Crypt The Extreme Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters 3 and Ivan Reitman's Evolution Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier Trailer Thor 2 CW's Arrow Agent's of Shield Hosts:
Dak Justin Additional Credits:
Logo designs by Matt Sooley Produced by Justin Villarreal Show intro by Justin Villarreal Show outro by N8
Now that we've had some time to gather ourselves from the exhaustion brought on by Comic-Con, it's back to business for Episode 9 of Wrath of The Kidd on the This Is Infamous Radio Network... and it's a good thing that there's plenty of STAR WARS talk to get into.
First up, we'll talk the rumors of Zac Efron and Ryan Gosling being brought in for meetings to discuss potential involvement in the future of the STAR WARS Saga, as originally reported by Latino Review. Is such recognizable casting a good idea for EPISODEs VII, VIII and IX?
Also, John Williams has been announced to return to the Galaxy far, far away to score at least the next film. We knew that was coming, so who else is excited about some consistency?
Plus we'll talk the ROCKY spin-off CREED, in addition to Ivan Reitman giving some honest answers on where GHOSTBUSTERS 3 is, Sacha Baron Cohen leaving the Freddie Mercury biopic behind, Kevin Smith not talking retirement anymore,