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Ever since I was a kid, I've always been facinated by the martial arts, and the mysticism surrounding this ancient art of self defense. My introduction to the martial arts, came from different televison shows and and many blockbuster films of the time (over two plus decades ago). I wanted to revisit two films from my youth to see if they stood the test of time, or had youth "clouding my judgement" as to their true entertainment factor! So lets take a look back to the late 80's and early 90's at two film that, at the time, made an impression on me: "Big Trouble In Little China" and "Showdown In Little Tokyo". Join me, host Greg Morgan (@reelmovieguy) and co-host Ms. Karen D. (@kdmoviemaven) on this episode of "A Reel Point Of View'.
This week, A Reel Point Of View will be simulcast live on both Blog Talk Radio and a new live video streaming media platform called Blab (www.blab.im). For those new to the blab.im platform, all you’ll need to do is visit the website www.blab.im and in the search engine type Movies, then enter. Scroll until you see our episode under A Reel Point Of View, click on the picture to watch the broadcast. Now for those of you who’d like to participate in the conversation on blab, just click on Join+, then you’ll be asked to sign into the blab through your twitter account. If you are unable to view the show live, no worries, the simulcast will be shared on our A Reel Point Of View youtube channel.
in Video Games
This week, Sean and Marc discuss everything that came out of Sony's press conference at the Tokyo Game Show.
How will some of the things affect the West, namely the $50 PS4 price cut, will other regions see it as well? When could we see Kingdom Hearts II.8 and exactly what is it? There's also a Danganronpa game coming to PS4 and a new Resident Evil game that you may not want to know exists.
Marc also discusses more on MGS V, playing WWE 2K15 on PC, and even going retro to play Super Mario RPG on an actual SNES.
Just in case you didn’t know, we now have a W2M Network Facebook Page (which you can find at: https://www.facebook.com/W2MNetwork). It would really help a lot if you like the page and get your friends to do so as well. It’s really there that you can keep up with everything going on with the podcast.
There's also a W2M Network Youtube Channel as well.
Episode 2481 - Showdown with the Devil in Tokyo - Jesus Wins Ministers John Ramirez - Sister T & Shannon Davis
Recorded 5-13-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
John Ramirez Website is: www.johnramirez.org
Stephanie Neppl and Pete Ziebron discuss yet another solid WTA draw - this week in Wuhan, where every match the last few days has been "must see TV" Several storylines have emerged including British qualifier Jo Konta who keeps winning and the impressive play this week of US Open runner-up Roberta Vinci. Meanwhile, last week Aga Radwanska prevailed in an equally impressive field in Tokyo. Join Steph and Pete for full analysis of the WTA on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.
in Pop Culture
Today Shane and Jeff do their long awaited review of New Japan Pro Wrestling's biggest show of the year from the Tokyo Dome in...well...Tokyo. In Part 1, they only end up discussing the first three matches, including an involved discussion about ROH World Champion, Jay Lethal and, of course, the world's most exciting tag team, The Young Bucks, as they invited three other teams to their Super Kick Party, as per usual. Didn't get an invitation to that one? Well, you've got one to this show!
February and April are He Said/She Said months on Next Steps Radio!
Does gender count when it comes to writing thrillers? Are there differences between the two sets of authors and the books they write? And the biggie: is one gender more likely to be successful than the other?
First up, the men. Please join host and award-winning suspense novelist Jenny Milchman as she talks to three male authors about whether sex matters.
Matthew FitzSimmons was born in Illinois and grew up in London, England. He now lives in Washington, DC, where he taught English literature and theater at a private high school for over a decade. THE SHORT DROP, a political kidnapping conspiracy thriller, is his first novel.
Barry Lancet’s third book in his award-winning international thriller series featuring Jim Brodie is PACIFIC BURN. Previous books are JAPANTOWN (Barry Award Winner) and TOKYO KILL (Shamus Award Finalist). Lancet divides his time between Japan and California.
After graduating with a Journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma, Tim Washburn spent several years working in the television business both in Oklahoma City and Little Rock, Arkansas. His first book, POWERLESS, deals with a geomagnetic solar storm that destroys every power grid in the northern hemisphere, flinging the human race back to the Dark Ages.
Kio Griffith is a Los Angeles-based, continent-crossing, artist, curator, writer, performer, and collaborator extraordinaire. He is deeply involved in several artist collectives that put on exhibitions and events in a DIY modality, the main tenet being to value the power of direct engagement between artists and audiences.
Kio is a founder and/or core member of ARTRA Curatorial, MAS (Mutual Appreciation Society) Durden and Ray, Cafemode, TYPE (Tokyo/Yokohama Projects Exchange), and 9rpm. In the year 2015 he was involved in more than 60 exhibitions and projects in Los Angeles, nationally and abroad.
Kio’s web site: kiogriffith.com
Kio can be also found promoting everything he is involved in on Facebook, where he surpassed the 5,000 friend limit on one profile and has since created a second, that is now in the thousands. facebook.com/kio.griffith
GYST DO IT! is hosted by independent curator Kara Walker Tomé for GYST-Ink, an artist-run company providing resources, technology and solutions created by artists for artists. Our mission is to support arts professionals, educational institutions, and arts organizations with an integrated program of software, services and information in order to keep artists working. GYST–Ink is dedicated to empowering and educating artists so that they can develop sustainable and successful careers on their own terms.
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