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We at Death By DVD recently were asked by a fan why we never use the movies title as the name of our new episodes! Well, that's a great question. Ya see, Hank and Nash like to come up with something creative, and alluring, something that will drag you in and make you want to listen to an episode. For example, the classic fan favorite : "You And A Monkey Started Aids!" where the boys discussed the Quintin Dupieux film "Rubber"
Huh.. Alright, we get your point. WELL, on this episode of Death By DVD we're going to be discussing the classic 1974...Uhhhh...Uhmm.. Ah, just tune in!
Despite being two highly trained weird-o horror-watchin'-monster-mad-men, this week on Death By DVD Hank and Nash return to talk about Netflix, FOR THE THIRD TIME! You know what that means?! That means they didn't put together any actual ideas for something of quality that they could discuss, so the boys will go through their accounts and rattle of nonsense.
If this write up doesn't appeal to you, don't feel bad. But just remember you're the reason why children get cancer.
Send all music in to email@example.com This show is a sample show testing the waters. Making sure everything is in place for the return in the last week of December. Bringin in 2015 STRONG. The return. Support the Supporter. Gamehunter Himself
This is a test show featuring all music that was sent in. Spread the word, call in and vote for the music that you want for the line up of the show. If you like the song make it,if you dont like the song break it,and if youre not sure about the song give it a fistball. If your song has a lot of requests it will be featured in the regular line up.So have your fanbase call in and get your music voted on.
Giving you the top 5 movies from over the weekend plus announce #2 for the winner of the ROBO Cop Steal DVD set. New releases for the week and new dvd and blu ray releases and I will talk and rate the movie The Purge Anarchy.
Dr. Jim Leininger, executive producer of the controversial "nominated-yet-not nominated" film Alone Yet Not Alone and other faith-based projects including the National Bible Bee Game show, delves into the Leininger family history in this newly released DVD. Alone Yet Not Alone is a true story following the immigration of the Leininger family to the United States during the French and Indian War. While searching for religious freedoms, they are faced with the harsh reality of living amongst the natives when part of the family is massacred while the young daughters are kidnapped and raised with an Indian tribe. A gripping, historical account of an early settlers life in America, Alone Yet Not Alone is the ultimate tale of survival on the American frontier.
Leininger, a well-known philanthropist, worked on Alone Yet Not Alone with his daughter Tracy Leininger Craven, who wrote the novel on which the film is based. ·
· What was it like discovering your ancestors’ history? What did you discover along the way?
· What was it like working with your daughter, Tracy Leininger Craven?
· Are there any faith-based films in your future?
Executive producer of Alone Yet Not Alone and the National Bible Bee Game show, former emergency room doctor James Leininger spends most of his time as a Texas GOP heavyweight . He married his wife Cecelia in 1976 and they have four children and five grandchildren.
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Join KM and friends as they review the ANU Order's latest DVD, Shrine and Altar created by Phylecia Tarael-ANU.
The ANU spiritual Order is a way of learning that allows the student to place themselves at the center of the learning experiences as opposed to memorizing rituals, names, and protocol that serve little when it comes down to reality reconstruction.
This class series is a hardcore spiritual initiation into the deeper truths of indigenous metaphysics and natural power.
For classes with the Sadulu House please go to Saduluhouse.com/SH/Spiritual-Training
For readings go to: Saduluhouse.org/SH/spiritual-services-and-products/spiritual-reading/
In this edition of the PWTorch Livecast Interview Thursday, PWTorch editor Wade Keller talks live with long-time Memphis wrestling personality Randy Hales on the new Jerry Lawler DVD. Call in live or email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Actress and newbie to the Scream Queen scene Bianca Barnett is good enough to stop by and have a chat with the crew of Death by DVD. Barnett will discuss her acting roles as well as the genre of horror and how she feels about it and being a part of it. Hank and Nash will probably sit there drooling. I mean really, what is a classy, smart and attractive lady like Bianca doing talking with a couple of basement dwelling trolls such as ourselves? It's a big day for Death by DVD. This may be the first time we have sat down with a woman and she doesn't run away screaming (or in most cases laughing). Then again it is a 90 min show and anything can happen.