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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.
Hosts: Martin Soaries, Tommy Hill, Lawrence Reels, Jason Reels
This week's topics:
- NBA Playoffs: Injuries, second round picks, and Game 7 in Brooklyn
- J. Cole: 'Truly Yours 2' EP, discussion of influence on hip-hop
- Pusha T on his second album, Kanye's tweet
- The Americans season finale
- Movie sequels: where have they gone wrong?
Join Gavin and Dave for the monumental 75th broadcast by the Rated R Society. The topic tonight is movie sequels. We all have our favorites.Some of them are really good, some are really bad, and some are just ok. Which we will cover all of. Call us with your favorites- 626-414-3557
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Movies, & Games, & YouTube Clips - OH MY! 1st set: Avatar: The Last Airbender - how did a child's show become such a phenomenon? Some shows make it, & some flop when made into a movie. So what is the secret? 2nd set: Sequels. Video games, and movies alike have sequels now. It's not a new idea, but there are so many! Chris tells you what sequels he'd love to see in movies & video games, & what ones we could just do without. Al
Happy Halloween! Or, rather, the day after! We hope everyone enjoyed their advent of Samhain! This week Lou and Freddy bring you the final days of "The 31 Days of Horror," a tribute to the plethora of upcoming sequels and a special call to arms to our fans! We'll also have news on Avengers 2, Xmen: Days of Future Past, Star Wars, Ghostbusters 3 and TONS more! Join us at 323-693-3811 during the show to let us know what you think!
Hosts: Kinte IndyShowcase?, Yardley Hickey? & Olaf Barbosa? Show:Vincent Martella aka Patrick Twitter: https://twitter.com/TalkingWalkers Voice Mail Number: (323) 596-7469 Live Call in Number: (347) 326-9541 press 1 to enter the host queue Theme Song: The Walking Dead (Remix) by SP on the Beat synopsis: We talk to Vincent Martella who played Patrick on the Walking Dead. Vincent Michael Martella (born October 15, 1992) is an American actor, voice actor and singer. He is best known for his role as Greg Wuliger on the UPN/CW sitcom Everybody Hates Chris, and for the voice of Phineas Flynn in Disney Channel's original animated show Phineas and Ferb. Also, he is the voice of Hope Estheim in the 2010 video game Final Fantasy XIII and its sequels Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII.
With BREAKING BAD now in our rear view, what could we possibly find ourselves talking about this week on Episode 18 of Wrath of The Kidd? Hmmm... how about the Colombian remake of BREAKING BAD...? Well, we'll touch on that, but we've got plenty other stories of interest to dive right into.
We'll be joined on the air by famed guitarist Slash, formerly of Guns N' Roses and Velvet Revolver, as he launches his own film production company Slasher Films with the movie NOTHING LEFT TO FEAR. We'll be talking to Slash and the film's director Anthony Leonardi III about their horror sensibilities and trying to do horror well these days, among other things.
Also, we'll touch upon the latest in STAR WARS: EPISODE VII rumors (seriously, this is getting ridiculous), the futures of the FANTASTIC FOUR reboot, FRIDAY THE 13th, TED 2, THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN sequels and so much more, as we've got a jam-packed show planned for you.
Linda Godfrey Author, investigator and artist living in the Kettle Moraine area of SE Wisconsin. Her books include her latest, Real Wolfmen: True Encounters in Modern America (Tarcher/Penguin, August 2012) as well as Weird Wisconsin and Weird sequels Strange Wisconsin and Strange Michigan (Trails Books), Trails titles The Poison Widow, The Beast of Bray Road, and Hunting the American Werewolf, and three volumes in a new Chelsea House YA series, Werewolves, Lake and Sea Monsters, and Mythical Creatures. Also Monsters of Wisconsin, preceded by Haunted Wisconsin: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Badger State, both from Stackpole Books, among others, Linda has had multiple appearances on TV and radio shows such as Monsterquest and Coast to Coast AM We will also be discussing The Wolfpack episode from Paranormal Witness case that Linda investigated. As an artist, represented by http://www.artfactoryillustrators.com/ Contact: email@example.com
Marsha Hubler's latest project is for ladies of all ages. Moving from juvenile fiction, she has written an Amish/Mennonite romance series entitled THE LOVES OF SNYDER COUNTY. The first book, BACHELOR'S CHOICE, was released by Helping Hands Press on July 2nd of 2012, with two sequels to follow, TEACHER'S PET and LOVE SONG FOR LOUELLEN. She also has written 12 short stories about her Amish/Mennonite characters in her series. All 12 stories have been released as separate e-stories over the last year in the SNYDER COUNTY'S QUILTING BEE SERIES I compilation. Marsha is presently working on the second set of 12 "shorts" for the SNYDER COUNTY QUILTING BEE SERIES II. She's also working on a girl/horse juvenile fiction series entitled THE LOVING HOOFS RESCUE RANCH SERIES, title one called SNOW, PHANTOM STALLION OF THE POCONOS. Living in central PA in a community populated by the Amish and Mennonite folk, Marsha's accurate portrayal of their lifestyles enhances her writing style, bringing life to her Snyder County characters. Marsha is the author of the eight-book best-selling Keystone Stables juvenile fiction series by Zonderkidz. She also is the author of three other kids' books, a Bible study guide for ladies, and a homeschooling helps book. She has a master's degree in education, has over 40 years experience in education, and is presently a homeschool consultant in central Pennsylvania.
Marsha has always loved kids and horses. She's been a foster parent and had owned horses for over 20 years.
Marsha loves to hear from her fans and horse lovers. Visit her at www.marshahubler.com or at her two blogs: www.horsefactsbymarshahubler.wordpress.com and www.marshahubler.wordpress.com