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In this episode we take on the new George Miller movie, Mad Max: Fury Road! This time out, Tom Hardy takes over for Mel Gibson in the role of Max. Charlize Theron also stars as they take on Immortan Joe and his Warboys! What a lovely day! Join us for Mad Max: Fury Road
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This Monday Graphic Policy Radio goes to the movies to discuss George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road. 30 years have passed since the last Mad Max movie, but Miller has returned to his apocalyptic world with new leads, in one hell of a movie. Joining us to discuss the film are Steven Attewell and Dirk Lester.
On the show we're excited to discuss not just the visual extravaganza, and practical fx, but also what the film has to say about women in action movies, its handling of sexism and slavery, and the global climate apocalypse.
Steve Attewell – A political & union activist, Steve holds a PhD in History from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is the founder and writer of Race for the Iron Throne as well as The Realignment Project
Dirk Lester - The world’s 3RD deadliest #ComicbBook geek, film fanatic, political junkie, music nerd, #digital sherpa, #HumanRights activist – and yeah, it is all connected. You can see what Dirk has to say about the film here.
So listen in and Tweet us your thoughts about the film to @graphicpolicy
This week we review "Mad Max: Fury Road" starring Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult directed and written by the original Mad Max director himself, George Miller. It's been 30 years since we last saw the post apocalyptic desert ravaged world of the title character "Mad" Max Rockatansky. From the trailers, the car chases seem more extravagent, the explosions seem bigger and the bizarro cast of mad inhabitants seem even more bizarre. Does the future really belong to the Mad? Tune in this Sunday to find out.
Tim and David discuss the Southern political topics of the day
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Come along with Deborah Collard and Kat Hobson while they enjoy a few minutes of paranormal conversation. They are trying to decide if they wanna put their freaky minds and thought processes together and do a show on a more permanent basis! Woot! Deborah hosted Haunted Southern Nights Radio here on Blogtalk from 2003 to 2011. She got tired but guess what a 'rebirth' is in the process. Kat currently hosts her own radio show called Paranormal Experienced. Toghether they've been friends and running buddies for a while so come play with them!!! It will never be boring.
On tonight's PCF Fishing Radio show, the Southern Kingfish Association (SKA) crew joins us with to continue our monthly Countdown to Nationals broadcast! Join the SKA along with Les Stewart from Contender Boats Inc., angler and tournament director Al Morris, and tournament directors from the brand new Downtown Showdown KDW taking place this weekend. We will be talking about what's going on as well as what we can look forward to at the 2015 Mercury Marine SKA National Championship held in Morehead City, NC.
Call (347) 884-9117 or email questions during our LIVE show May 21st at 8:00 EST! Join us!
PointClickFish.com has teamed up wtih the SKA to serve as their official media coverage team for the 2015 Mercury Marine SKA National Championship. Based in Morehead City, this brotherly duo is no stranger to the Southern Kingfish Association. Not only will they be live streaming the Nationals weigh-in and awards ceremonies, they will also be conducting interviews with anglers and partners of the SKA throughout the entire weekend. In the months leading up to this event, PCF will host a monthly show dedicated to the Southern Kingfish Association. SKA partners and anglers will be featured, as well as information on all the exciting events associated with Nationals. You won't want to miss a single moment of it!!!
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, we’ll be reviewing Mad Max: Fury Road! Is it really as good as critics are saying? Has George Miller outdone himself this time? Can it stand proudly alongside the likes of Mad Max 2? Does it raise the bar for action/adventure films? Is Tom Hardy a worthy successor to Mel Gibson? Should Fury Road be looked at as a reboot, or sequel? Does it continue the saga of Max Rockatansky as we have always known him, or is it a new beginning? Does the film promote a feminist agenda, or should it merely be taken as post-apocalyptic action yarn? Should George Miller be counted among the greatest action filmmakers of all time?
We’ll also be celebrating the 30th anniversary of Rambo: First Blood Part II! How does it stack up to the original First Blood? How did it end up becoming more iconic than its predecessor? Just what were James Cameron’s contributions to John Rambo’s second outing? Was the character misappropriated by the Reagan/Bush administration? Did Stallone always intend for him to be a rugged individualist instead of a Right Wing icon? What does the future hold for America’s most iconic one man army? We discuss.
We’ll also be celebrating the 25th anniversary of Amerikkka’s Most Wanted! Is it the greatest solo debut of all time? Was it the primary influence behind Ready to Die and Good Kid, M.A.A.D City? Is it the single greatest gangsta rap album ever made? Did Ice Cube and the Bomb Squad create a blueprint that every single rapper since has followed? Was it embraced by the east coast solely due to the Bomb Squad’s involvement? Will we ever see it’s like again?