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Mark Diaz Truman - Lead Designer on the new FIREFLY RPG from Margaret Weis Productions - will be joining us to talk about the Cortex+ powered game. We'll also talk about the show,why it has captured the imagination of so many dedicated fans, and how there seems to be an uptick of interest in geek culture about this fantastic show.
At this year's Gen Con Margaret Weis Productions released the preview booklet of the upcoming full FIREFLY RPG and there are still some copies available from MWP, so get them while they are hot.
It's a very scary reunion! Stacie Ponder and Heidi Honeycutt return for a very special edition of The Scare-ening. Just in time for Halloween, the ladies will discuss The recent Carrie remake, The recent government shutdown (just kidding! who cares?) and also will respond to a recent Wolf Pack Podcast episode (this one) in which the very talented Wolf Pack People talk very elegantly about women and even mention Heidi because she is famous.Special call-in guests will include Diablo Cody, Joss Whedon, Anna Kendrick, Jared Padalecki, and Chloe Grace Moretz! There are also several secret surprise guests, so you'll just have to listen to find out who they are!
AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones and Getaway.
We also received some listener questions we'll be answering, including a question we got about Joss Whedon's recent comments on some classic films and the potential death of superheroes.
Join Amanda,Lucia, and Mike from IwatchMike.com for our round table review of the new ABC series Agents of Shield, by the ever amazing Joss Whedon. We will discuss future plot curves and character development as we tackle this exciting new series!
We will air Pilot review Tues Oct 1 at 10pm ET, and our regular scheduled show will begin airing on Weds Oct 2 at 10pm ET
See you there!
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Feateuring Michael Cohen, organizer and facilitator of Poetry Aloud and Alive at the Big Blue Marbel in Mt Airy, Philadelphia.
Mike’s poetic philosophy is: “Poetry doesn’t have the answers, it’s just a beautiful way of putting the questions.”
Mike has performed as Editor Whedon and Lambert Hutchins in a presentation of Spoon River Anthology at Laurel Hill Cemetery as part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival.
Currently, Mike hosts Poetry Aloud and Alive, a popular monthly poetry program in its eighth year at Mt. Airy’s Big Blue Marble Book Store. His articles on Philadelphia sculpture appear in the Schuylkill Valley Journal in which he is a contributing editor.
Some of Mike’s poetry can be seen and heard on the web by visitinghttp://mikecohensays.com/
Join Jamie, AJ and Karen as they wrap up the last of the summer TV season and sample the first taste of the fall season.
Tonight we start with Sleepy Hollow, which turned in a solid second episode. We'll also review the premiere of Joss Whedon's Avengers spinoff, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Finally, we'll review the entire fifth (and final) season of BBC's Being Human.
Call in to speak with our trio of hosts, or join the conversation in the chat room!
M. Elizabeth Hughes received her B.A. in Communication with a minor in Theatre from Wesleyan College in 2006. M. Elizabeth earned her M.F.A. in Film and Television Producing from Chapman University in 2008. Following graduation, she produced the feature film HERPES BOY starring Beth Grant (No Country For Old Men, Donnie Darko), Ahna O’Reilly (The Help) and Academy Award Winner Octavia Spencer (The Help). HERPES BOY toured the festival circuit and won several awards, including Audience Award at the Austin Film Festival and Best Comedy at Comic-Con International Film Festival. Following HERPES BOY, M. Elizabeth worked on WE LIVE IN PUBLIC the winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at Sundance 2009. She then line produced MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, a modern adaptation of the Shakespeare play directed by Joss Whedon, which will be theatrically released in June 2013. She recently co-produced SHORT TERM 12, winner of the Grand Jury Prize at SXSW 2013. She is currently in pre-production for her next feature. You can email your questions to email@example.com Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Episode 13 of Wrath of The Kidd is here, and luckily for us, we've got plenty of excellent material to go over from this past week.
Marvel Studios has found their villain for AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON in the form of James Spader. We'll open up the phones for you to voice your opinions on Spader as Ultron.
For the second straight week, Joss Whedon stepped in it once again, this time criticizing Indiana Jones, and you've got to believe there's some issues with this so-called geek royalty running down the classics so many years later.
And we'll have Sheri Moon Zombie on the phone to talk THE LORDS OF SALEM, hitting Blu-ray and DVD later this week.
Richard Brooks is an actor/director/singer-songwriter, best known for his powerful portrayal of ADA Paul Robinette in the original cast of the long-running, "Law and Order" television series. His extensive acting credits include numerous substantial roles on television, film and stage that have shown his versatility to shine through any genre. His notable performances include the notorious bounty hunter in Joss Whedon's "Firefly," the iconic Henry McNeil in the Sy/Fy/USA network cult favorite "Good vs. Evil," and pivortal guest appearances on "NCIS," "NYPD Blue," and "Lie to Me." Along with his impressive resume of television credits, Brooks has also lit up the big screen with his unforgettable characters in"The Crow: City of Angels," "To Sleep with Anger," and the critically acclaimed Vietnam War saga, "84 Charlie Mopic." Brooks also starred as Frederick Douglas in the PBS documentary series, The American Experience's three-part docudrama, "Souls on Fire: The Abolitionists." Most recently, Brooks commands the television screen again in the new original BET cable series, "Being Mary Jane," starring as title character Gabrielle Union's brother Patrick. From the producers of the award-winning BET comedy, "The Game," and the No.1 box office movie, "Jumping the Broom," the new original series is a story to which millions of modern women will both relate and respond to. The series premiered July 2 as one of the most successful pilots for the BET network, garnering over 4 million viewers.
Host: Abbey (@whackyfun) Co-Host: Kayla (@lilahmonster) Our Discussion (At A Glance): What we think about Whedon's vision of the future and how well it was executed on screen Our first impressions of the Serenity crew Which of the series' main antagonists is the biggest threat
Episode Synopsis: Part 1 - The crew of Serenity is eager to rid themselves of an easily traceable cargo they salvaged from a vessel adrift in space. Part 2 - Mal and his crew discover what Simon is hiding in his cargo. Meanwhile, the crew still have to finish conducting business with Patience, while trying to dodge a Reaver ship along the way. Source: btvguide.com
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Howdy, folks! Welcome to the Saturday edition of The Grindhouse, courtesy of Afronerd Radio airing at 6pm sharp. For your first "sonic" double feature, check out The Comic Shoppe featuring Captain Kirk, Daryll B. and Dburt where they will give you the latest in pulp, sci-fi, fantasy and video gaming news. The topics to be unraveled this week are: the crew's thoughts on Hugh Jackman's sixth outing as The Wolverine; now that San Diego Comic Con has revealed that the next WB film to be released will be Batman vs Superman, which actor should be considered to fill in for Christian Bale; and now more industry heavyweights weigh in on the need for a shared Marvel Universe- Joss Whedon (Avengers) and Marc Webb (Amazing Spiderman) give their opinions; picking up from last week, the crew give you their thoughts on Beware the Batman and the need for diversity in video game characterizations (DLCs, people!) and lastly, if time permits, a Newsarama article discusses the return of genre comics thanks to Image and we will attempt to undertake that selfsame discussion. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
And for the second act, there's Afronerd Radio featuring Dburt and Captain Kirk at 7pm. The issues to be discussed are: we finally discuss the Knewton educational software program that may revolutionize the concept of learning; the latest in entertainment news, courtesy of Sergio Mims of Shadow and Act and lastly the latest in racial eruptions, courtesy of Jay-z, Al Sharpton, Bill O'reilly and others...whew! see you all at 6 and 7pm!
Host: Abbey (@whackyfun) Co-Host: Kayla (@lilahmonster) Our Discussion (At A Glance): How well comedy and fighting work side-by-side on the show Understanding the world of a companion through Inara and Saffron Our favorite interactions amongst the crew Episode Synopsis: A girl named 'Saffron' sneaks aboard Serenity and claims that she is Mal's wife. What he and the crew don't know is that she is secretly working with a company to betray the crew of Serenity, so they can steal the ship, take it apart, and sell its pieces. Source: btvguide.com Photo courtesy of: http://still-flying.net/