• 00:30

    KluCkin Films Day 2 Martinsville Winter Horror Fest

    in Movies

    On Saturday  December 20th, 2014 at 1:30 PM Head Klucker Dwayne King and John Lewis the Sasquatch Hunter In Training. Are coming to you live from the 1st annual Martinsville's Winter Horrorfest.


    Tune in and meet some of the guests, find out what is going on and catch all the excitement right here on KLUC Radio.


    Call (646) 668-8720 and Press 1 to be connected to Kluckin Krew or just mute your phone and listen live from your phone from any where!


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  • 01:24

    Books and Films that Inspired the O.T.A.

    in Radio

    On Christmas night December 25th, 2014 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke
    Runyon will present a special program in which Frater Thabion, your host
    and the founder of the Order of the Temple of Astarte, will trace the
    books and films that influenced and inspired him to create and develop
    his unique American system of Magick. I grew out of the Oz books and
    graduated to the Mars books (John Carter) then into a teenage
    fascination with Richard Shaver's hi-tech Lemurian survivor stories. I
    will go to my 1950s early college days watching films such as Jean
    Cocteau's Orpheus, and Orson Welles Black Magic (on Cagliostro and
    Mesmer) and move on through to a study of Voodoo in line with my
    Caribbean adventurer-fiction writer persona. The Saragossa Manuscript
    for Kabbalah and mirror magick, Graves The White Goddess. Then my
    illness which I tried to cure with self-hypnosis. This led to a serious
    study of hypnosis along with Tibetan Tantra (Evans-Wentz) and finally
    Western Magick. Mastering the Goetia with the mirror method led to
    Jungian psycho-philosophy and the study of anthropology culminating in a
    Master's Degree in the subject from California State University. During
    this program I created the modern Hermetically oriented Neo-Canaanite
    Seasonal ceremonies for our magical order The Temple of Astarte, The
    main purpose of our Goetia was to bring up and reestablish the Secret
    Goddess of old King Solomon himself. We use the 1770 Hermetic-Masonic rite of Crata Repoa as a structure for our system and I will discuss the sources behind this. Perhaps some of these books and teachings will help others to understand our perspective on the Western Tradition and what we expect to
    accomplish by what we call The Great Work.

  • 01:00

    Guest:Joey Horvitz/Producer/The Illusionist/Award-winning Lexus Short Films

    in Movies

    Joey Horvitz is a seasoned Producer with over 2 decades of entertainment industry experience. Horvitz’s expertise includes fundraising, development, production, distribution, brand integration, marketing and talent relations. Horvitz is always deeply involved in the creative process of all his projects. For the past 2 years, Horvitz has been responsible for the Award-winning Lexus Short Films initiative in association with the Weinstein Company. He has overseen all aspects of the project from creative and production to marketing and distribution.After his tenure at Cutting Edge, Horvitz founded production company Contagious Entertainment. Contagious produced a number of
    projects in the film, music, print, online and mobile arenas. Horvitzwas instrumental in the company’s growth on a global scale securing a multi-million dollar independent film fund, followed by a multi-picture film deal with Bob Yari and the Yari Film Group. The film fund backed several of the company’s global hits including the highly successful
    feature film, The Illusionist, which starred Edward Norton, Jessica Biel, and Paul Giamatti. Horvitz was credited Executive Producer on the film. Horvitz spearheaded a groundbreaking cross-platform viral web marketing ultimately helped lead to the film’s global success.  Horvitz has become a brand integration expert, and most recently has been working with top clients and brands to produce high quality award winning content for multi-platform consumption. In 2014 Horvitz’s films from the Lexus Short Films campaign, Market Hours and Operation Barn Owl, competed in over 25 major film festivals globally with several wins. You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film

  • 01:01

    Jackie Kallen and Knockout Boxing Films

    in Movies

    Jackie Kallen stops by to discuss favorite boxing movies as well as her experience as the first U.S. female boxing manager. Kallen was the inspiration for the main character in Against the Ropes, starring Meg Ryan, Tony Shalhoub and Omar Epps. Adding to the fun, BTR hosts Wacko Bob, Chuck Skull and Chris Dinkins plan to call in and share their picks for "best boxing films." 


    With so many exciting movies about boxing available now, it will be interesting to see which motion pictures these four guests will pick as the cream of the crop. Amond the contenders are such films as Ali, The Boxer, Cinderella Man, The Fighter, Girlfight, Hard Times, The Hurricane, Million Dollar Baby, Raging Bull, Resurrecting the Champ, Rocky and Someone Up There Likes Me.    

  • 00:30

    cursed films

    in Blogs

    as we countdown to Halloween, join Fred and William as they discuss the mysterious curses during the production of certain films!

  • 00:54

    Bodega Fresh Presents: Corey Pierson, CEO 6th Man Films

    in Music

    6th Man Films CEO, Corey Pierson speaks with host Nadine Michel on part 2 of his B.I.B.L.E series (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth) Book of Job, casting for part 3's Kayne and April, and how his films are also addresing current events in the times where Black American is on alert! Tune in Sunday 7pm!

  • Movie Reviews: The Interview and 7 more Films

    in Movies

    We review The Interview and 7 more films. 

  • 01:08

    Desert Island Films #1 - JL76 Gaming

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to the pilot episode of Desert Island Films with your sexy host Stephen Horton aka Gashead Steve.


    Gashead Steve's first guest for this pilot episode is none other than jl76gaming of Desert Island Games fame. Yes John kindly allowed Gashead to lease half of the island to host this special film version of the series.


    Gashead would like to thank John https://www.youtube.com/user/jl76gaming

    Any question for John please use the +jl76gaming tag


    You can find Gashead's youtube channel here - https://www.youtube.com/user/gashead66

    If you would would like to be joining in on the show please PM me on my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/thelondonret...

  • Movies to Love: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?

    in Film

    Take a step back in time in the1967 Movie Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? This one is filled with laughs and lots of shocked faces. A couple truly deals with Joey’s (the daughter) challenges of bringing home a black fiancé, Was this love or rebelion?  The Drayton’s and the Prentice must come to terms in a true coming in of liberal situation it stars with  Spencer Tracy, Sidney Poitier, Katharine Hepburn. True gifted acting. Tune in Saturday at 6pm and test your truthfulness of being liberal at that place and time

  • Electra Film Survey

    in Film

    Before cinema, Euripides wrote the Greek tragedy Electra. Produced and filmed in Greece, starred Irene Papas in the classic tale of revenge. 


    Guest will be Tommy Trull, award winning playwright and professor at Rowan-Cabarrus College and adjunct professor at Greensboro College. 


     

  • 00:59

    Magical Fiction and Films (re-broadcast)

    in Radio

    The Hermetic Hour, hosted by Poke Runyon, will present a lively review of magical fiction and films. We will go from "The Saragossa Manuscript"(1841) through Dion Fortune's "Moon Magic", Somerset Maugham's "The Magician" (novel and film), Chambers "The King in Yellow", Lovecraft's dream cycle, Merritt's lost worlds (that influenced Shaver), Jack Williamson's "Darker than You Think" (Jack Parson's favorite), Clark Ashton Smith dream-maker extraordinary, his imitator Jack Vance (from which we got Dungeons & Dragons), "Valis" by Philip K. Dick -- just to name a few. Then the films: Orson Welles' "Black Magic" on Cagliostro, Jean Cocteau's "Orpheus", Merrian Cooper's "She", "Simon King of the Witches," "What Dreams May Come," "Crowley," and Jodorowsky's "The Holy Mountain." A smorgasbord of mind-benders. Tune in and feast on it!


     

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