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Actor Willie Ames, best known for playing Tommy Bradford on the 1970s television series Eight Is Enough and Buddy Lembeck on the 1980s series Charles in Charge and Bibleman on the kids' television series, joins us to discuss his newest movie, Harvest Moon, which premieres on The Hallmark Channel on Saturday October 10th at 9pmET/8CT.
In this episode, Mike talks about October 08th, World Zombie Day. The tv shows, books, movies and social gatherings that involve the zombie cluture within society. What are your opinions on the zombie culture? Call (929) 477-3402 to voice your opinions on The Mike Behind The Mike Show.
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Liz Peek-Columnist for FoxNews.com and The Fiscal Times says, "One reason voters see Mrs. Clinton as inauthentic, is that she is inauthentic…"
Aubrey Shines-Founder of Glory To Glory Ministries located in the inner city of both Tampa and Orlando Florida asks, "What does mixed race mean?"
Senator Jim Talent-Former Senator and congressman, he is a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute where he directs the National Security 2020 Project discusses Rebuilding America’s military.
Jen Horn-From the entertainment capital of the world-Hollywood, CA Jen reports on the latest Enews, TV, Movies and culture news.
John Hart-Editor-in-Chief of the conservative political website, Opportunity Lives, and former Senior Aide to Senator Tom Coburn and an award-winning writer and journalist, talks about the new app for Government Waste.
Coach Kevin Collins-Obama goes to Roseberg Oregon but the people don’t want him there, McCarthy out as next Speaker of the House, Israeli Oil Discovery Will Change Face of Middle East, plus More Email trouble for Granny Clinton.
Tune in to another special Friday morning edition of That's Entertainment as host, Tammy Jones-Gibbs welcomes actor Joe Lo Truglio from the hit FOX's series, "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." Lo Truglio is best known in such comedy movies as "Superbad," "Role Models," and "I Love You Man." Lo Truglio was featured in recent hits movies like "Wreck-It-Ralph" and "Pitch Perfect," as well as the cult classic, "Wet Hot American Summer." Lo Truglio also starred as "Deputy Rizzo" on the long-running hit cable series, "Reno 911." Lo Truglio also co-wrote, co-produced and starred in two digial series with "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" head writer, AD Miles. Now you can see Lo Truglio as Dectective Charles Boyle on "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." Tune in Friday, October 9th at 11am ET as I talk with a man of many hats, Joe Lo Truglio on www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs or call in to listen at 347-637-2656.
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Daniel Craig is tired of playing James Bond and more Marvel movies coming out.
cheater exposed on Facebook after viral picture.
Derek Fisher who is in the process of divorcing his wife is dating Matt Barnes wife who is in the process of divorcing Matt Barnes.
You can call into the show at (323)-870-3398 and you can tweet the show @JcFilmz and @ChristianCruz66. Cruz Control with Jonathan and Christian Cruz is LIVE Monday-Friday at 11:00 PM ET here only on MSL Radio.
Jump to the left and step to the right of this episode of DBHR as Eric and Rhonda celebrate 40 years of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Plus, we breakdown The Green Inferno and the final edition of Cinema Wasteland.
EACH HALLOWEEN SEASON for the past ten years the Rolling Darkness Revue, a traveling fraternity of some of horror fiction’s premier talents, has presented an evening of new supernatural stories in celebration of the genre’s favorite holiday. A full theatrical experience which incorporates comedy, drama, and live music to illuminate and enhance the Halloween tradition of ghost story readings, the Revue was founded by Peter Atkins, Dennis Etchison, and Glen Hirshberg in 2004 and has been curated by Atkins & Hirshberg since 2006. The Revue began performing in bookstores, libraries, and parking lots, making the move to small theatres in 2009 as the show grew in nature (and audience). As well as becoming an October ritual for fans and readers, RDR has received glowing notices from, among others, the Los Angeles Times and National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition. Stories which have premiered at the Revue have many times been selected for inclusion in annual ‘Year’s Best’ anthologies from such noted editors as Ellen Datlow, Stephen Jones, and Paula Guran, and guest authors over the life of the show have included such genre and mainstream notables as Norman Partridge, Nancy Holder, Aimee Bender, Michael Blumlein, and Kim Newman. From the beginning, live music has been provided by the noted local ambient musicians Jonas Yip & Rex Flowers and, since 2009, acclaimed local actor Kevin Gregg has become an invaluable part of the cast. PETER ATKINS: Author of Morningstar, Big Thunder, Rumours of the Marvellous, and the movies Wishmaster and Hellraiser II-IV. “Atkins is a brilliant supplier of shudders and splendors” – Clive Barker. GLEN HIRSHBERG: Award-winning author of The Two Sams, American Morons, and Motherless Child. “A writer to watch and treasure” – Peter Straub.
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Paul Schiff began his career as a documentary cameraman before segueing into directing for MTV where he was on staff for four years during the early days of the cable channel. After four successful years at MTV, Paul began working with Joe Roth, a feature film executive. Roth hired him to associate produce "Streets of Gold" and produce "Coupe De Ville." Schiff then became VP of Production under Roth at Morgan Creek Productions where he developed "Young Guns" and its sequel "Young Guns II". After Roth became Chairman of 20th Century Fox, Schiff joined him and worked seven years at Fox producing such films as "My Cousin Vinny," "The Vanishing." After Fox, Schiff reteamed with Roth at Disney where he produced Wes Anderson's film "Rushmore." He continued his long-standing affiliation with Roth at the exec's new production firm, Revolution Studios, where he produced "Maid in Manhattan" and "Mona Lisa Smile." Schiff recently produced "My All-American" set to release November 13th, an inspirational sports drama starring Finn Wittrock and Aaron Eckhart.
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