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Jesslyn Brown is an investigator on the hit SyFy show HAUNTED COLLECTOR.
She'll chat with us about her early interest in the paranormal, what motivates her, what it's like to work on a television show, and more. Plus your phone calls at (424) 675-8269.
Follow her on Twitter: @JesslynJjBrown
The Movie Geeks speak with Joe Gressis, co-creator of the Collaboration Filmmakers Challenge. For more information on the challenge, go to www.collaborationchallenge.com.
Plus, discussions on the latest movie news, including the current state of David Mamet's career, the best portrayals of Jesus on film, recommendations for changes to the Academy Awards, and the greatest romances ever made.
Join Renee as she welcomes Jason Gates from "Haunted Collector", on SyFy! Join us LIVE and call in to speak with Jason! The phone lines will be open after the first half hour, to allow Jason time to speak.
As always, we will have our awesome Health Tip of the week from Renee LIVE's one and only Frank Cinelli, Dr. Spectre! @DrSpectre
Renee LIVE is home of #Paranormal Karaoke! Join the only go with the flow show, dedicated to YOU! (646)595-3163
Renee LIVE is a proud member of the Word of Mom Network!
The Movie Geeks speak with editors Andrew Weisblum (Black Swan, Moonrise Kingdom) and Bobbie O'Steen about the art of film editing. Ms. O'Steen will moderate an event with Mr. Weisblum as part of her Inside the Cutting Room series in NYC on February 21. For more details, visit http://bit.ly/XwP1cF. Actor/comedian David Koechner (Anchorman) discusses his new film Small Apartments, which will be available on DVD and VO
Nell Minow, the famous Movie Mom, returns for a discussion about 50 Must-See Movies: Weddings, her latest book. Nell writes about films and television for Beliefnet, and her other film-related books are: 50 Must-See Movies: Mothers; 100 Must-See Movie Moments; and The Movie Mom’s Guide to Family Entertainment. Nell’s articles have appeared in such publications as the Chicago Tribune, USA Today, Family Fun, Parents, and Slate. She is a member of Online Film Critics Society, the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Washington Area Film Critics Association. A.J. Hakari, the Mad Movie Man, has agreed to co-host this special episode.
John Zaffis is THE eminent paranormal researcher and world-renowned demonologist, sought out by frightened families and clergymen alike for nearly four decades. Zaffis and his team of paranormal investigators recently returned for a third season of Syfy’s popular series Haunted Collector, Wednesdays at 9pE/P. Zaffis has been consulted on countless hauntings around the globe, witnesed nearly 100 exorcisms, and has amassed thousands of possessed objects that reside in his Museum of the Par
The official Cardboard Connection radio show with your hosts Doug Cataldo, the Voice of the Collector - Rob Bertrand and David Wright! Tune in for hobby discussion with industry pros, athletes & fellow collectors.
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Visit www.cardboardconnection.com for all of your trading card news, checklists, forums and more.
Also be sure to visit the hosts blogs: Doug Cataldo - http://dougcataldo.blogspot.com Rob Bertrand - http://voiceofthecollector.com David Wright - http://longflyball.blogspot.com/
Movie Addict HQ salutes singers and songs from favorite films during this second annual musical tribute show. Among the artists to be honored are Al Jolson, Gene Kelly, Judy Garland, Lucie Arnaz, Charlie Chaplin and more. Ever since Jolson sang “Toot Toot Tootsie” in The Jazz Singer back in 1927, movie tunes have been entertaining viewers throughout the world. Of course, it’s not possible to recognize all of Hollywood’s memorable film music in one show, but a variety of singers and songs are included in this special episode. Join in the fun while listening to a show filled with great movie tunes!
Catherine Elhoffer (PT 2) Costume Designer, began her with the short films, “The Maiden and the Princess” and “Quiet”, both of which have received numerous awards for their message and design. She expanded her portfolio to include feature films, webseries, commercials, music videos, personal design commissions, and some light theater work. She worked as a costume designer with Lenore Andriel, Michael Biehn, James Russo, Michael Spears, & Eddie Spears in Yellow Rock; with Dean Cain, Erika Eleliak, Michael Gross, & Kristen Renton in Meant to Be; with David A.R. White, Ray Wise, Brian Bosworth, & Steve Borden in Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End; and with Bill Oberst Jr. in both The Princess and the Pony and Children of Sorrow. She works as a freelance designer, moving from project to project. The internet is where some of the most interesting movements in television viewership is shifting, and her work here has been some of her most exciting. Mac Miller’s music video for Missed Calls has over 11 million views; Once Upon for MysteryGuitarMan on Youtube had over a 1.5 million views, Jeff and Ravi Fail History has over a million and MyMusic, which includes Adam Bush & Grace Helbig, has over 25 million views. She works often with the Nerdist Channel, including a music video with Chris Hardwick and Swedish Chef, Gersberms (Yer Gervin Mah), Dork Fork starring Andie Bolt and with guests like John Hennigan, Hannah Hart, Brea Grant, Yvette Nicole Brown, & Alton Brown, and a news show starring the Sklar Brothers, Nerd Down & 10. One of the most creative behind the scenes careers where one gets to make actors look like the characters they are playing. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com
The Movie Geeks celebrate their final show of the year with special guest panelist and film reviewer Katy Kern (http://www.tiredofpreviews.com).
Topics include the passing of actor Charles Durning, the top film scores of all time, Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry franchise, actors who practice political activism, and reviews of Les Miserables, Django Unchained, Bernie, and Jack Reacher.
Randy Miller, PT 2, is an award winning film composer, arranger, conductor. Having collaborated with exceptionally talented filmmakers and artists such as: Oliver Stone, Robert Towne, Anothony Hopkins, Zhang Yimou, Robert Dornhelm, Paula Wagner, Tom Cruise, Kitaro, Michael Franti, and BT. Miller has created a career that features acoustic, orchestral music that is emotional, richly thematic, sophisticated as well as dynamic in scope. He feels his strongest assets are, “to capture the drama and heart of what a director is trying to communicate” and to “compose a score that adds texture, color and dimension, with just the right amount of emotion.” Mr. Miller has worked with all the major studios including, Warner Brothers, Disney, Universal, Paramount and Sony, as well as numerous independent filmmakers. Composing and conducting assignments have led to work in many cities around the world including: London, Bratislava, New York, Munich, Prague, Moscow, Dublin, Miami, Seattle and Los Angeles. Miller maintains recording facilities in Topanga, CA and at his Sequoia National Forest retreat. Classically trained with a degree in music composition, Randy hails from Ellenville, New York in the Catskills. Randy is joined by Yellow Rock Producer/Writer/Star Lenore Andriel. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events,