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AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Riddick.
We'll also be playing some interview clips with Vin Diesel and the rest of the cast.
Plus, don't forget that you could win a Blu-Ray of every movie we review this year.
Host Cyrus Webb chats with author Suzette Riddick about her literary journey and the new book IT'S MY TURN.
Who's Riddick you ask? Why he's the character most people associate with Vin Diesel...after Dominic Torreto of course. Pitch Black hit the scene about 10 years ago and made an instant sci-fi cult icon in the goggle wearing bad-ass. The Chronicles of Riddick also hit with fans...just not in such a big way. So, will the third adventure of Richard B. Riddick end the series on a high note? Find out this week on the Punch Drunk Podcast!
Suzettte Riddick has been an avid reader since childhood. Her favorite genres are romance and biographies. Victoria holds a Bachelor's and Master's degrees in nursing from LaSalle University. She's employed as an adult nurse practitioner and has dedicated her nursing career to taking care of adults with sickle cell disease. Victoria's debut novel A Special Summer was released in 2007. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband and three children.
This week the Black Geeks review David Twohy's "Riddick" starring Vin Diesel, Karl Urban, and StarBuck. Wait...I mean Kara Thrace. No, that's not right either. I mean Katee Sackhoff. Tune in to find out whether you should race to the multiplex, Redbox it, or wait till a Saturday morning in 2014.
Left for dead on a sun-scorched planet, Riddick finds himself up against an alien race of predators. Activating an emergency beacon alerts two ships: one carrying a new breed of mercenary, the other captained by a man from Riddick's past.
Can anyone contextualize rape? Apparently, if you are a proponent of White Privilege Theory, apparently you can. We will be discussing the latest battle in the War on Women today.
Also, TLFR welcomes Elaine Riddick from The Rebbeca Project for Justice back to the program. New details on the class-action lawsuit for women harmed by Depo-Provera have emerged, and news about the emerging global use of Depo-Provera have recently come to light. Elaine will be revealing for us the long-term detriment of Depo use and what has happened in areas of the world like Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
We also welcome Toronto resident Luis Dizon to the show. Canada has its own March for Life and political struggles with legal abortion. We will be exploring more about how abortion is being protested by people of conscience to the north of us, Canadian style.
Today, we maintain that if you knew the truth about Black History in America, you would be pro-life!
Elaine Riddick will be joining us again to share recent developments at The Rebecca Project for Justice. Elaine has been hard at work securing justice for those injured by Depo-Provera injections. Plus, we will find out how far the pro-abortion forces are willing to go to undermine life-affirming efforts by pro-life people of conscience. Elaine gives us an inside story you won't want to miss.
Elaine Riddick is the Executive Director at the Rebecca Project for Justice. Ms. Riddick is a dedicated Women’s Rights activist who as a Depo Provera and contraceptive expert became the Victims Coordinator for Attorney Willie Gary’s Depo Provera class action lawsuit. Elaine studied psychology at New York City Tech and is building the Elaine Riddick Sister Sanctuary for girls at risk in Georgia—girls who are potential victims of sex trafficking, homeless or pregnant without a place to call home. Ms. Riddick is an African-American woman who, as a 14-year-old girl in 1968, was forcibly sterilized by the Eugenics Board of North Carolina, after she gave birth to her brilliant Son Tony Riddick a successful businessman in North Carolina. The Eugenics board stated that Ms. Riddick was "feebleminded" and "promiscuous"; therefore, in accordance with the policies of Dr. Alan Guttmacher and Margaret Sanger, Ms. Riddick was sterilized without her consent. Elaine waged a 40 year battle for justice securing 10million dollars for surviving victims in North Carolina.
Ministry of Information Elaine Riddick Story
Tune in toniie to www.BlogTalkRadio.com/1stfamradio at 8:30 pm til 10:30 pm eastern on 1st fam radio episode 4 Ministry of Information with special guest.Elaine Riddick Speaker/Activist against Eugenics who was steralized against her will in 1968 speaks out about the cover -up call in live (917)889-8297 1stfamradio
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review six new movies. They are: Riddick, Adore, A Teacher, Touchy Feely, Good Ol' Freda, and The Man in Black
Now that the summer's over, it's time to turn the page and look forward to the fall and the Oscar season. And on this episode Cinema Royale we'll do that by reviewing Vin Diesel's sci-fi flick, Riddick! What, that makes no sense you say? What ever do you mean?
We WILL look ahead, probably way too far ahead, at the early Best Picture contenders likely to emerge this season. Could the kidnapping drama Prisoners be a dark horse? What about Tom Hanks' dual films Captain Phillips and Saving Mr. Banks? And where does The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug fit into the mix?
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