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Hello again Screamlings! We are back for an all new episode of Talking Terror! This week, the crew will be discussing the 90's classic, "Candyman" (1992)! Introducing a new horror icon and mythology, this film made major waves when it was released! Also, we may be joined by actress and musician, Renee Grey! So get in front of the mirror, say his name five times, and prepare to come face to face with evil! Stay Scared!
On this show, we will have Actor, Director and Producer David Heavener on to discuss his career and work in the genre, including such titles as Deadly Reactor (1989), Dragon Fury (1995), Guns of El Chupacabra (1997), The Catcher (1998), Outlaw Prophet (2001), Evil Grave: Curse of the Maya (2004), Costa Chica: Confession of an Exorcist (2006), Psycho Weene (2006) and the upcoming Ghost Aliens (2015), as well as a host of other films and TV shows!
We will also be reviewing the 15 minute short Klagger from Zallerquad Films as well as Scream Factory's Blu-Ray release of Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh!
We will also be featuring several bands in our Metal Blade Spotlight!
JON US WITH LEGENDS JOHNNY O, PLANET PATRO. AND URBAN ARTIST VALERIA..
"THE CHALLENGE" POWERHOUSE BOMBSHELLS CAFE CON LECHE WITH MARCELA OLIVAR, MARLA G. AND MARI FISHE
John F. Uranday Bio
John F. Uranday's love of entertainment & all things related began while attending High School in Bakersfield. John enrolled in a film appreciation class pushing him into his career today. In 1994 John released his first hip hop album. While performing at a concert, he met Junebug Slim which led to a journey of working on several projects together and landed them both on Greenside Records, the first all Latino Record Company. Together, they created the film "Lockdown N' The Casa" putting Greenside Records into the then booming world of Independent Record Companies releasing Independent Feature Films. After this success, John Uranday, produced, directed, wrote & funded "Ringside" which was picked up by an Internet Company for an Internet Release and catapulted his web media dreams to reach a greater audience and he created www.thecorelive.com, (the core was the first Live Video 24hr Radio Station). In 2002, John Uranday started a 30-minute show entitled "Talking Trash" which was sold as a DVD around the Central Valley giving birth to the film, "Stereotype". (wrote, produced & directed by John) which was released in 2007 through Plus Entertainment. To further his abilities, John Uranday attended the LA Film School and produced over 6 projects, (Goombas, Hollywood Blvd., Kill or Love, Office Poop Politics, Venice, Candyman, & It's Over Now)
hip hop, rap, talk
This Thursday at 11pm join MissCelebrity InMiami and Jennifer Leah for "The Miss Celebrity In Miami Blog Talk Radio Show" as we have a special guest CANDY MAN on the show to talk about the ins and out of the promotional side of the business and how he built his enterprise!
Mars Incorperated resigns a multi-year agreement with Kyle Busch to continue as the candy-man for another bunch of years. This puts to bed a lot of rumors that Carl Edwards would become the new CandyMan.
3M, long time sponsor for driver, Greg Biffle, is moving on to a new team in 2015. They'll join 4-time Series Champion, Jeff Gordon in 2015.
Matt DiBenedetto has been promoted at The Motorsports Group. He's now driving the #40 Chevrolet for the remainder of the 2014 season.
Will Tony Stewart race this weekend? And if he doesn't, who will replace him this weekend in Michigan. According to Jeff Hammond of FoxSports 1, Bobby Labonte is the leading candidate.
Kevin Harvick's number 4 team has been fined due to rule infractions following Watkin's Glen.
Sad news, Martin Truex, Jr's girlfriend, Shelly Pollux, has been diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer, and Martin will miss practice and qualifying in Michigan this weekend and will be replaced by Matt Crafton.
This week in NASCAR history will feature 3 drivers who all made their impacts in racing in different ways.
The Wood Brothers will have a teleconference tomorrow to discuss 2015 plans, which is expected to include announcing Ryan Blaney as the 2015 driver.
Simeon "Candy Man" Hardy joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to talk about his career and his move from the pros fighting in Guyana to the U.S. earlier this year.Hardy is 13-0 and just won at The Barclay's Center in Brooklyn on June 14 with an impressive second round TKO.The Candy Man is looking to make a big splash now that he is here in the states and big things are ahead for him.
On Sunday, 3/16 at 8pE, CHILLER debuts its new 2-hour special, KILLER LEGENDS. The horror documentary follows filmmakers Josh Zeman and Rachel Mills as they investigate the true crimes behind these urban legends while exploring how the myths evolved and why we continue to believe.
The documentary probes the following legends of:
The Candyman: Though the legend is prolific, in actuality there is only one documented case of a child dying from tainted candy: 8-year-old Timothy O’Bryan, who was poisoned on Halloween by a real-life miscreant who used the legend to hide his crime, earning him the fateful nickname.
The Baby-Sitter and the Man Upstairs: While the babysitter has become the go-to victim in so many horror films, does the same hold true in real life? Tragically, yes, as the filmmakers discover in unsolved case of Janett Christman, a babysitter slain in Columbia, MO, in 1950.
The Hookman: Based upon the legend of two teens lovers terrorized by a madman with a hook for a hand, filmmakers investigate the case of a killer known as The Phantom, who in 1946 attacked five couples parked on lovers’ lanes in Texarkana.
The Killer Clown: The filmmakers investigate “phantom clown” scares that have spontaneously occurred since the 1980s. As the duo explores Chicago’s creepy clown past, from John Wayne Gacy to Bozo, they attempt to answer the question of how clowns became so evil, and why they continue to haunt our nightmares.
Joshua Zeman has been creating independent films for over 10 years. His critically-acclaimed horror documentary CROPSEY, was critic’s pick with The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and Roger Ebert, and was “one of the scariest films of the year” in 2010.
Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. James Moorer started his career writing at a very early age and had written and produced his first original stage play while still in elementary school, a feat largely unheard of at the time. He was a published poet by the age of 18, entering an early work in the New Voices in American Poetry in 1980.
Acting seems to go hand in hand with James’ passion for writing and led him to lend his voice for commercials, videos, music and feature projects. James credits include the Jim Troesh (Highway to Heaven) stage-play HARLEM with Nathaniel Freeman; the Dick Wolf (Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU) pilot, LOST AND FOUND with Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica, Nip/Tuck, 24) and Tim Russ’, (Star Trek Voyager, Samantha Who), directorial debut film A NIGHT AT THE SILENT MOVIE THEATER with Phil LaMarr (Mad TV, Futurama), Ethan Philips (Star Trek Voyager, Eli Stone, Bones) and Tony Todd (Candyman, 24, Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen).
Now as an Actor/Writer/Producer, James is currently developing a number of shows and has several television projects optioned as well as looking preparing for his directorial debut in 2014.
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What would you do if you had invented a candy that revolutionized the industry and were then forced out? How would you feel if you were strong-armed into a $4.8 million buyout for a company now worth nearly $200 million a year and cut out of the history of one of the world's most famous pop-culture icons?
David Klein, the real Candyman, changed the confection business forever with the invention of the Jelly Belly. He worked tirelessly to promote his "bean" and transform it into one of the most recognizable brands on earth. We'll talk with David and learn about this remarkable man, his incredible resilience and his continuing belief in the goodness of his fellow man!
PLUS: Chris Treece, radio host and author of "DRIVEN: Overcoming Adversity and Hardship to Achieve Success!"
Chris lost everything in a major flood; then applied the resilience he learned as an elite athlete to build back his success and surpass his own high standards.
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Vannessa is the winner of the 2013 Callywood Favorite Actor!!!!
Vanessa arrived in LA in September of '91, "just to check it out." A month later she was cast as single mother Anna-Marie McCoy in the Gothic horror film, Candyman (1992). She made her west coast move official in January of '92, and became a media darling when she hit the media radar as one of the stars in the Fox TV hit "Melrose Place" (1992).
After residence on "Melrose Place" (1992) Vanessa traveled to Spain to sing and host the variety show Grand Fiesta on the Telecinco network in Madrid. Back from Europe she was immediately cast as a series regular in Steven Bochco's critically acclaim television drama "Murder One" (1995), where she earned her first NAACP Image Award Nomination.