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Discussion on all things cinematic/movie/television remakes. Good, bad and potential ideas. What should or shouldn't be done with a remake etc.
With the recent EVIL DEAD remake, countless posts from younger generations of movie-goers have claimed that it ripped off the recent Josh Whedon epic CABIN IN THE WOODS. Has the horror genre fan's worst nightmare come to life? Will the modern remakes eventually replace the original films? Listen in tonight folks and weigh in!
I JUST COULDN'T WRAP MY HEAD AROUND THE SOCIAL MEDIA OBSESSION OVER THAT DRESS. ANY WHO, TOMORROW MARKS MY 1ST YEAR TRANSITIONING BACK TO NATURAL. I TALKED ABOUT THIS A COUPLE SEGMENTS AGO, BUT I JUST WANTED TO BRING THE TOPIC UP AGAIN, SINCE I WON'T BE POSTING A SEGMENT TOMORROW. I ALSO HAVE A BLOG POST ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE TRANSITIONING. LASTLY, I CAN'T BELIEVE THEY CAME OUT WITH A ROBOCOP REMAKE. I DIDN'T BOTHER SEEING IT AT THE THEATER. IT WAS ON NETFLIX AND I DECIDED TO WATCH IT BECAUSE I HAD NOTHING ELSE BETTER TO DO...BOOOOOO!
You heard their challenge! Will Tom finish the game by next Saturday? Will Tim rip his controller in half doing Real Survivor? There is only one place to get your answers, right here during Stay Tuned!
Matt Kory, Brendan O'Toole, and Marc Normandin analyze the Red Sox offseason remake of their starting rotation.
one of the greatest films ever made in the early 80's escape from new york. kurt russell as snake plissken has go in new york prison and get the cheif of the usa out of there and he got 24 hrs do it. the film became a hit a cult following. then in the 90's they made part 2 escape from l.a which didn't make much as new york did. but there been talk that kurt wants come back and do one more snake film. but instead they want remake escape from new york and make it trilogy where they can make 2 more after the new york mission. to me there only one snake plissken and that kurt russell. but i been thinking what if they got norman reedus from the walking dead to play snake plissken. he the only person in my eyes that can snake plissken. but call in or tune in and give us your thoughts about escape from new york remake and the film it self.
Welcome back Screamlings to yet another new episode of Talking Terror Presents! Hopefully, the title of this week's episode was enough to let you know what films we will be covering! With the recent announcement of an all-female cast remake of a certain classic film, we felt it would be a disservice to not throw the originals out there for some fun, TTP Crew style! Yes folks, we are talking "Ghostbusters" (1984) and "Ghostbusters 2" (1989)! We're talking slime, we're talking ooze, we're talking dogs and cats living together, Venkman, Spengler, Stantz....and yes, even Zedmore! We'll even touch on the cartoon series, including the one with the gorilla! So fire up your proton packs and get the traps ready! Stay scared!!
Hank and Nash discuss the 2013 Fede Alvarez remake of the classic 1981 Sam Raimi film "The Evil Dead"
Short Kansas political news commentaries interspersed between audio segments.
"New World Notes" is produced under the auspices (Latin for "resigned sighs") of WWUH-FM, a community service of that beacon of light in darkest Connecticut, the University of Hartford.More details, photos, nice links, & other good stuff on the show's Web site: http://newworldnotes.blogspot.com
Adam Curtis's new documentary, condensed & adapted to radio by Kenneth Dowst. An interesting and entertaining look at the histories and politics of Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and the U.S. since the 1940s.
PART ONE It's about the history and politics of Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, and the U.S. since 1946. About the many failures of reformers--American, Russian, and Afghan alike--to remake and modernize Afghanistan. It's about shrewd and cynical calculations by Saudi and American leaders--who promote development and stability in Saudi Arabia by exporting Saudi extremist Islam (Wahhabism) abroad--including to Afghanistan.
PART TWO looks at the failed Russian attempts to reform Afghanistan in the 1980s ... the failed American attempts to reform Afghanistan since 2001 ... the transfer of political power in the West from governments to defense industries and the banks
PART THREE shows the corruption, conflicts, complexity, warlordism, and ever-shifting local alliances of Afghan society today. And it shows the naivete and ignorance of the English and American occupying forces (and of the politicians who dispatched them).
FIERCE FOXES FEBRUARY ...CONTINUES
ANDREIA SOLOMON BURKE...
Co-wrote for an indie short film titled: The Shift which will be shown in the Wandsworth Festival and well as a few small cinemas about London.
I'm working on a feature film (script) remake of a sports classic with an up and coming young producer from LA.
And most importantly I would like to discuss my new organization called: F.A.D (Families Affected by Deportation) My family life's were shattered when my husband was abruptly taken from us and we're still dealing with the daily effects of it. It's only because God has blessed us tremendously that we haven't suffered as much as most.
What FAD is designed to do is assist families, wives and children on particular to help find the appropriate services to ease the burden of their odeal.
Celina Johnson....I own a residential cleaning service that uses only green products. I have been in business for about a year. I am the only person in my family that owns a business.
I guess it started when I was a child. My mom made me responsible at a young age. I was 10 when she had me cleaning and running errands. As a teenager it just became a habit. My mom is a neat freak and it rubbed off on me. As a adult when I would get stressed or mad I would clean..lol.. I really enjoy cleaning its like a release. Also I got tired of working two jobs ans figured why not make extra cash doing what I like best.
There's a lot to talk about this week.
A news report early on Thursday said the FCC revised it's proposed Net Neutrality rules to accomodate a request from Google. Odd how Google was able to know what was in a plan that the American people were denied access to.
Access only for the wealthy, powerful and priveldged. Obama preaches against it, but behind closed doors, his admnistration is a big practitioner of special access for corporate cronies.
How many people even know a powergrab for the Internet was up for a vote this week? How many were too distracted by silly stuff - like the Left's attacks on Bill O'Reilly's resume.
Speaking of silly stuff, Rudy Giuliani sounded ready to take Obama on head-on last week, but how many noticed how deeply Giuliani backtracked by Monday. Seriously, the same Giuliani who said Obama didn't love America was shaped by Communist influences later said we could all be inspired by his personal success story.
Meanwhile, in Congress, Republicans can't seem to decide if they want to fight Obama's executive amnesty plan or not - even though a federal court has found it to be unconstitutional.
And did you see where Joe Biden says he and Obama still have two years left to complete their stealthy Communist remake of America? No, Biden didn't use the "C" word, but the context of his comments seemed pretty clear. We'll explain.
America's in deep trouble. Don and Doug continue to connect the dots in these perilous times.
Your participation is invited on Friday's program.