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These three philosophers are not ordinarily considered as libertarian. In fact, they are.
What can they offer us today?
See the movie: "The Fountainhead."
in Rock Music
If you are in your mid forties to early fifties and like hard rock and metal music I bet you love the movie "Spinal Tap". In my circle of friends, that movie is a religious experirnce. The fictional rockumentary is quoted over and over whenever we all get together, so I wanted to dedicate a portion of this show to talking about that movie and how it affected my teen years. I hope you will check in with your own memories of that movie.
We will also have an update on this past Fridays Farrell football rout of St Joseph by the Sea at Alumni Field in Staten Island. I will analyze the first Jet game with Percy Harvin and look at the first Giants game after the bye.
I will have a review of the new KIX CD and update the latest Eddie Trunk Podcasts as well as all of the latest news in The hard rock and metal music
Finally the first NCAA Football play-off ranking are coming out on Tuesday October 28th and we will take a look at those ranking and see if we agree.
Seems like a lot to talk about and I hope that you not only listen in, but call in and participate.
Keep on Rockin!!!!!
OUIJA BOARDS: Just a Game OR Worst Chat Room, EVER?!
Join me tonight at MIDnight EST for an ALL NEW Kenboggle!
Origins of the Ouija
OUIJA: The Movie
Side Effects of the Spirit Board
TOP 3 Reasons to not get Ouija
Message Boards and Kenboggle
Kathy Fehl lived in NY, writing plays, directing, and producing theater. She created a five hundred seat theater at 79th and Riverside, the heart of the Upper West Side; the first show she directed there was Waiting for Godot, starring David Morse. She studied with several brilliant teachers, including Lee Strasberg, Geraldine Page, Christine Lavren, and John Guare. In addition to the fourteen plays of Fehl's that were produced in NY, she has had shows produced on Martha's Vineyard and in Wisconsin. She co-wrote 'Mint Julep', a feature film, with Ian Teal. Currently, she enjoys developing programs in various types of theater and film at Wega Arts, in Weyauwega, WI. Ian Teal is the Executive Director of Wega Arts and is glad to be back on the stage acting as well as directing. He studied improvisational theater in New York and was a founding member of the comedy group Afterwards, which wrote skits and presented comedy in clubs in NYC and on Martha’s Vineyard. He worked with theater companies in Manhattan, and was part of the group that created the People’s Playhouse, on East Fourth Street, NYC, where he wrote, directed and produced. He co-wrote, directed, and produced ‘Mint Julep’. Originally, Ian is from Oconomowoc, WI, Since 2007 he has led the renovations of the Gerold Opera House, and has worked to bring Wega Arts programs to the area. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com Visit and subscribe to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat Blog at http://www.RexSikesMovieBeat.me for articles and more about the industry we love and work in.
New BATMAN Comics coming out this week! Also we are catching up with an old BATMAN from the late eighty's early ninty's MICHAEL KEATON.
On October 30th at 8:30pm tune in to listen to our Halloween show which is the best time to do the show as we've got lots of great things lined up!!!! Our 25th was delayed due to personal reasons
*The show opens up hosted by Greg Russell Tiderington with his sidekick Derek Young.
*We have actress Stacey Nelkin (Halloween III: Season of the Witch) which she will talk about her work in the non related Michael Myers flick.
*The Horrorhound Magazine Review is topics on Walking Dead interview with the actors on season 5, comic con, and VHS Invasion of Live Home Video
*The new movie review is Annabelle as this one is a perfect one to watch for this time of the month.
On this a special night, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Andrew Beirl review both of Rob Zombie's Halloween films as well as give their recommendations for horror movies that you must check out this Halloween. The fun starts tonight at 10PM central, so don't miss it!!
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This week Marvel revealed their HUGE press conference! They revealed their film slate, put dampers on the spiderman rumors and may have cast doctor strange.
On the flash we went rogue with Captain Cold and another was teased!
Also we watched John Dies at the End! Did John die? Find out!
Also our netflix movie of the week and of course other stuff!
Welcome Back Screamlings! Here We Are Once Again, Another All Hallow's Eve! This Year The Crew Is Taking A Look At Some Halloween Themed Gems From Two Different Decades! Up First, "Trick Or Treat" (1986), Where Heavy Metal Music, Ozzy Osbourne, Gene Simmons And Some Demonic Looking Monsters Are All Waiting To Take Your Candy Away! We'll Follow That With "Trick R Treat" (2007)! A Recent Halloween Themed Anthology Following In The Footsteps Of "Creepshow" And "The Twilight Zone"! So Get Your Costumes On And Make Sure You're Going Commando Underneath In Case You Have To Flash Old Lady Johnson For Giving You "Healthy" Snacks! Stay Scared!
Paranormal journalist Eric Olsen and paranormal investigator Theresa Argie from America's Most Haunted joins us to shared stories from their delving into hauntings and the paranormal, and the terror surrounding some of the nation's most haunted sites. Olsen will share with how he had intense paranormal experiences early in life, and then sought to "turn them off" for decades, while Argie, nicknamed the "Haunted Housewife," has devoted herself to studying the paranormal, investigations, and ghosthunting for many years. Among the tools she and her investigative partner Cathi Weber use are digital recorders, cameras that record the infrared spectrum, dowsing rods, crystals, and even a Ouija board on occasion.
Locations they have been to include:
The Stanley Hotel ( From the book & movie The Shining)
Willoughby Coal and Garden Center
The Villisca Axe Murder House
Wavery Hills Sanatorium
Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
The Queen Mary
The Knickerbocker Hotel
Ohio State Reformatory
Bobby Mackey's Music World
Rapper Cold Cash also known as The Poster Boy for Swagg began rapping and producing seriously at the age of 15. Now years later Cold Cash is a very popular rapper and has built a fan base throughout the eastern and southern regions. His lyrical content is so potent and his lyrics put you in a place that allows you to see the actions he speaks. His lyrics alone flow like a movie script. His talent and drive allows his creativity to take him to another level where he creates music tracks for the ladies, gutta tracks for the hood and music that can draw you to the dance floor as well.
Cold Cash has opened for some of the industry’s hottest stars such as Soulja Boy, Juelz Santana, Lil Mama, Pop It Off Boyz, V.I.C, Nicki Minaj, and Donnie Klang. He has been interviewed by one of Atlanta’s top magazines “Be Entertained” as well as an up and coming magazine out of Canada “Vibe88”. When asked about why he chose to start rapping and why he still works hard every day to pursue his dreams and make a career out of rapping. He answered with this “Seeing and hearing other artists that don’t have half the talent I have making garbage music and making it so I figured why can’t I?” Cold Cash wears many hats and has a business sense like no other as he is a musician, graphic designer as well as the Ceo of of his own clothing line, "Bear Down Xclusives" and acting in movies such as the hood thriller written and directed by, Ak. Reed, "Bartenders".
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review three new films. First, we review the new Jake Ghyllenhaal film Nightcrawler. Then, we look at Daniel Radcliffe's new movie Horns. And finally, we'll review Before I Go To Sleep, starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth.