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On this week's show we discuss the sequels that sucked. Jaws, Star Wars, Rocky, Harry Potter, Lethal Weapon, Die Hard, and Indiana Jones. They all had one movie that sucked and they were all the 4th one. Listen in to us Friday night 8/22/14 at 8:30pm pst. Call us with your opinion at 646-929-0936
Join Tim and TJ as they share their thoughts on Hollywoods favorite practice, it's the Sports Nerd Show sequels and remakes special. Which ones are the best, which are the worst? What's something that needs to be remade? How classy are the Seahawks with the Garrett Scott situation? These topics and more on this week's show.
We're continuing the show from the previous one where we ran out of time as my lovely Matt and I talk about sequels to movies we'd like, sequels that are already planned, and what we'd like to see.
We also talk about what makes us happy, and solutions to misery.
Yes, we actually literally flat out give solutions to unhappiness/misery.
Most of the show is on sequels and we do our very best to give you only the best ideas we can come up with.
Welcome to the Barbershop Podcast where our panel will discuss Black Entertainment, Culture, Sports, and Politics from a Young G's Perspective. Any topic that is fair game in the Barbershop is fair game in our shop.
In this episode The Shop will discuss Classic Black Movie Sequels that we would like to see get made and what we'd like to happen in those movies.
All Walk-Ins are accepted. There's always a chair open.
Call in to the Barbershop Podcast 646.478.3476 to discuss whatever is on your mind.
Email Questions/Topics to PodcastBarbershop@gmail.com
Marion "B" Brooks
Justin "Dark Skinned Jermaine" Carter
Marques Carter the "Notorious" MJC
Black "JP" AKA Uncle Paulie
TJ "Tinsmatic" Whitney
Chad "Arizona Ron" Houston
On a brand new Slasher Studios Podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Steve Goltz will be discussing horror sequels that should have received a better reaction from critics and fans...but didn't. Show starts at 10PM central so don't miss the bloody fun.
Renowned filmmaker and Television host Del Weston is known for saying it like it is, and with his new book on independent filmmaking, Weston’s tongue remains true to his nature.
The Top 100 Indie Filmmakers In The World Part 1, now available on iTunes, showcases the world’s best independent filmmakers in a way never before seen in print or otherwise. Their hopes, their dreams, their work along with links to the people who have molded them and their craft are explored and revealed.
Weston, the creator of the AOF Festival and host of DelWeston On Film, gets feverishly and entertainingly honest in the read-this-before-shooting manual.
The Top 100 Indie Filmmakers In The World Part 1 features chats with such filmmakers as Stan Harrington, Tyler Williams, Michelle Muldoon, Aaron Kurmey, and Mark Giardino.
“The people represented in the book were culled from both my experiences as a filmmaker and those of the creator and producer of the hugely successful Action on Film International Film Festival. Each person deserves his or her place in this book. They have shown that they have what it takes to wear the badge of an artist and filmmaker.”
The success of Part 1 has paved the way for sequels, says Weston.
The Top 100 Indie Filmmakers In The World Part 1 is available on iTunes.
Thanksgiving, Birthdays, live events and what they’re reading are first on the docket for your friends in podcasting to discuss.
Then it’s onto a free-for all analysis of sequels, remakes, Hunger Games, Leonardo DiCaprio, a Broadway adaptation and a few Oscar hopefuls.
Finally, Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness remember an improv comedy great, a young leading man, an animation heiress, a screenwriting guru and a publishing titan.
Happy December! It’s YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour …
Sophia Stewart, The Real Creator of ‘The Matrix,’ Wins Billion Dollar Copyright Case
A six-year dispute has ended involving Sophia Stewart, the Wachowski Brothers, Joel Silver and Warner Brothers. Stewart’s allegations, involving copyright infringement and racketeering, were received and acknowledged by the Central District of California, Judge Margaret Morrow presiding. Stewart, a New Yorker who has resided in Salt Lake City for the past five years, will recover damages from the films, The Matrix I, II and III, as well as The Terminator and its sequels. She will soon receive one of the biggest payoffs in the history of Hollywood , as the gross receipts of both films and their sequels total over 2.5 billion dollars. …..Source: http://www.playahata.com/pages/interviews/interview_sophiastewartpt1.htm
Hello there Screamlings, Happy 2015! We are back this week, live and in person, to once again discuss the best and worst that the horror scene has to offer! The Crew is kicking the new year off with a very special look at some upcoming independent horror films! We will be discussing the Horror Happens Film Showcase, coming up January 10th, at the Camp Jefferson Theater, located in Lake Hopatcong, NJ! Sponsored by Diabolique Magazine and hosted by our friends at the Horror Happens Radio Show, the two shorts and two feature films being featured are sure to be a scream! We will lightly talk about "The Facts In Case Of Mister Hollow", "The Battery", And "Zombie Casserole"! Our special guest though this week, is our good friend Chris Eilenstine! Director of the Showcase closer, his Zombie Epic, "The Soulless", will have its public premiere that night! Described as the "Lord Of The Rings", of zombie films, Chris has put all his heart and soul into this film, and it's sequels! Featuring Talking Terror and horror movie staples, Edward X. Young, Genoveva Rossi and Joe Parascand, the series will also feature Jason Propst and newcomer Kaylin Iannone! So tune in to hear stories of what it was like working on a feature of this magnitude and what he will possibly be working on next! And come out to the Horror Happens Film Showcase on January 10th, at the Camp Jefferson Theater! Doors open at 2:30PM, first film starts at 3PM sharp! Information can be found at www.horrorhappens.com! Stay Scared!!
Richard Roundtree is a gifted actor and model who discovered the challenge of success which goes beyond the glitz and glitter. He's quoted once as saying..."It's a funny thing with success. When you don't have it, and you want it, you knock yourself out trying to get it. Then, if you're lucky enough to get some, you have to figure out a way to live with it." Roundtree was a model, touring the country with the Ebony Fashion Fair, when he decided he wanted to be an actor. That was in 1967; He remembers. "In 1971, I made a major film. Four years...that's not too much suffering." The movie was "Shaft" (1971) and Roundtree played the first black private eye. He did all the things private eyes do - shot and got shot at, joked with the cops, fought with the mob, took a shower with the girl. The movie was one of the year's top grossers, and so were its sequels, "Shaft's Big Score" and "Shaft Goes to Africa."