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David Spungen, an Emmy Award winning producer/editor, shares creative ideas on trailers and sizzle reels for funding your film.
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Welcome to Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine - your essential guide to all things wild and wonderful in the world of cult entertainment!
This week, we're taking a break from our more traditional cult horror orientation to delve into the final frontier of independent, underground cinema!
Kicking off with a nod to its roots in the burlesque loop and the short lived but entertaining early '60s nudie cutie craze, we're talking the surprisingly mainstreamed era of "(adult) chic", when everyday couples and trendy hipster types would venture into the seedy, sticky floored grindhouses of Times Square and the like, taking wallet, jewelry and life in hand to catch the latest hardcore effort, to share their experiences with likeminded friends and maybe learn a new technique or two in the process...
Join us as we speak to the days when fallen (and occasionally rising) cult film auteurs and slumming theatrical types joined forces to express post-hippie idealism and attempt to create some measure of "art" amidst the lowest and most unsavory of companions and financiers...with the threat of arrest and wage impoundment hanging over their heads at all times.
Drop in for a spell, and join hosts "Doc" Savage and Louis Paul as we dig deep into the rich vein of cult cinema, music and television, right here on Weird Scenes inside the Goldmine!
In the early days of Ruthless Records before N.W.A. and "Straight Outta Compton" hit the scene, Eazy-E signed a team of teenage female rappers called J.J. FAD who helped put West Coast hip-hop on the map. Their smash single, "Supersonic," and success as a group made them the first all female rap group to receive a Grammy nomination. Despite the success, attention and money that J.J FAD generated for Ruthless Records, their existence isn't acknowledged anywhere in the blockbuster N.W.A. biopic "Straight Outta Compton."
MC JB spoke out in an interview on Down With The Kings and said, "Even though there was a time restraint on the movie, it doesn't mean that you couldn't have takeen .5 seconds to say J.J. FAD. I think as the first one out of the gate we deserved that."
There's no question that Ruthless Records owes the popular female group a debt of gratitude their contributions to the success for the company and while the feelings of resentment would be completely understandable, MC JB who referred to N.W.A. as their "brothers" still had praise for the movie and thought that it was brilliantly done.
"Loved the film thought that it was brilliantly done. A little hurt that we weren't mentioned in it especially since we were the first ones that come out and paved the way for them. So that hurt our feelings a little bit but we understand that its a movie and its about N.W.A."
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.
Hr1 Xander Gibb joins Joe to discuss all the crazy social issues of the week.
Kim Davis is she right or wrong! Kids who walk out of school because of transgender
Student using locker room need reprogramming?
Hr2 Scott Wheeler author, journalist and producer has been following the Clintons for many years, tune in and get educated!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
The Selkie are creatures of Celtic/Scots lore who are said to shed their seal skin in the oceans to become human for awhile.
This theme was explored in the Colin Farrell Film "Ondine", and we explore the origins of this great mysterious tale tonite.
Miss X will also carry on the Big Chuck Lil John tradition of the Labor day telethon 'fish bowl', but she will use an imaginary fish bowl to remind all of you to give to a charity of your choice this Labor Day weekend!
Gwen who is our Host has done everything in the entertainment world: playwrite, directing, producing, screen writing, casting you name it and she has done it. Gwen is the Founder of Giwiz Productions LLC. Gwen is a stage and movie director for hire. Speaker for Bullying in and out of the school system and kids who drink alcohol and drive. She is also a ghost writer for "Hire For Books and Scripts"
Milla Johnston who is our Film Editor, Voiceovers (Freelances also) and Sound and Victoria Sedeno who is our Photographer
Tonight we welcome Actor and Musician Gary Farmer! (Smoke Signals, Gary Farmer and the Troublemakers) - we will be talking about his current tour and of course his career as an actor and musician - Later in the show we will be talking about RACISM in the WORKPLACE... (been there done that.) (Gary Farmer Photo Credit Linda Carfagno)
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Popular film critics Nell Minow, A.J. Hakari and Mack Bates preview upcoming Fall movies in this episode designed to help listeners make choices among over 70 films vying for their box office dollars during Fall 2015. All three critics are candid, informative and great fun to listen to! Nell, the famous Movie Mom, is one of the most respected film critics working today. She writes commentary for Beliefnet.com and is the author of many film-related books. A.J., the Mad Movie Man, contributes film reviews to various sites including Classic Movie Guide, Review Express, Terror Tube, ReelTalk Movie Reviews and his own popular blog CineSlice. Award-winning critic Mack Bates has contributed freelance articles for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine’s official film blog. He received a local Emmy for his work on the The Robert and Rosie Show.
Among the films scheduled for release this Fall, which ones are most eagerly anticipated and why? Some movies that might be contenders are: Black Mass, Bridge of Spies, Suffragette, Spectre, The Peanuts Movie, Victor Frankenstein and By the Sea, but that list is just the tip of the iceberg!
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Welcome to the Blog Talk Edition of NEWS FOR THE SOUL: Life Changing Talk Radio from the Uplifting to the Unexplained. News for the Soul was launched in January 1997 as a positive news newspaper in the Vancouver, B.C. area in January 1997 by journalist Nicole Whitney. Over the years, NFTS evolved into the #1 life changing talk radio show in the world according to google and aol! Find out more online at http://www.newsforthesoul.com ..
ALIVE TO THRIVE WITH BRENDA FRASER airs every Friday at 12 Noon CST. Join Brenda as she investigates trending topics in Art, Culture, and Film while making timely observations that hit the mark with what today's audiences want to hear!
"Runways" apply to Airports and Fashion Shows. "Romancing the Runway" applies to both! Join us as we talk with Jeanne Strickland of Streetscape Magazine and hear what's coming up at Lambert Airport on September 23,24, 25. The novel event benefits three local charities, Pony Kids, Connections to Success, and the USO. We will talk about high fashion, what's new this fall season, and what to expect at this innovative fashion week. We will also talk about juggling work and family, planning major events, and keeping it all together...."Dont't Go Crazy." Learn more: http://www.streetscapemag.com
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Stephen Schwartz. This celebrated Broadway and film composer will be joined by award winning Debie Grawthe, Scott Coulter and Kelli Rabke as they perform songs from his greatest hits at Queensborough Performing Arts Center. The Grammy and Oscar winning composer gave us the beloved musicals Wicked, Godspell, Pippin, The Bakers Wife, Children of Eden and the lyrics for Rags. It will be an afternoon of solos, duos and trios spanning the course of his career. Schwartz, born in New York City has film credits which include the Disney animated feature My Son Pinocchio: Geppettos’s Musical Tale that included the song Since I Gave My Heart Away, sung by Sonya Isaacs.
Stephen will talk about his career and we will hear songs from those who made them popular.
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