• 00:05

    THE MAZE RUNNER!!! SONOIO - HEARTBEAT!!

    in Electronic Music

    Hi! This is my first episode of Indie/Film reviews! Today I am going to first play a song from Sonoio called Heartbeat and then I am going to review the critically appraised 2014 film The Mazer Runner! Hopefully this episode won't be interupted by anything. This is just a test run after all.

  • 00:31

    Black Geeks Review: The Maze Runner

    in Movies

    We're back! This week your favorite geeky ladies review "The  Maze Runner" starring the kid from MTV's Teenwolf abomination, the kid from "We're The Millers" and that kid from Game of Thrones. Based on the YA novel of the same name, "The Maze Runner" is the story of Thomas, a boy who awakens in an elevator and is deposited in a Lord of The Flies type compound filled with other mildly dirty, yet impossibly well-coifed teenage boys. The boys can't remember anything about their previous lives (except their names) or how they arrived in "The Glade".  They only know their one shot at escape is through the imposing, monster-filled Maze that surrounds their compound.  Tune in to find out if this sci-fi action flick is worth your hard earned money or if you should save your $14 and just read the book.

  • 01:04

    Episode 23: Gravity, Runner Runner

    in Film

    It's the first of many times in the next few months that we'll probably be using the word's "Best Movie of the Year", though I think this week is said most in earnest. Gravity the stuck in space drama featuring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock is drawing comments from "Best movie of the Year"  to "Pushing the bounds of cinema!". Then we have Justin Timberlake facting up against Ben Affleck in the off-shore gambling thriller Runner, Runner. 

  • 00:57

    The Maze Runner & Wild Reviews on the What is Success Show

    in Entertainment

    This is the What is Success Show with hosts Virginia S Grenier and Marsha Cook. This week the hosts will be discussing New York Times Best-selling books "Wild" by Cheryl Strayed and "The Maze Runner" by James Dashner; along with the movie adapations on both books. We invited you to post comments and questions in the chatroom.


    Host Marsha Casper Cook is the author of six published books and 11 feature-length screenplays, and a literary agent with 15 years of experience. Marsha founded the literary agency Marcus Bryan & Associates in 1996 and achieved signatory status from the Writers Guild of America (WGA) within two years. In that capacity, she has represented more than 100 screenwriters and authors, and has also optioned books to movie production companies. Marsha has spoken about her work and the craft of writing to a wide range of audiences including bookstores, schools, museums and local cable and will continue to speak to the media. Author Website: www.michiganavenuemedia.com


    Host Virginia S Grenier was voted one of the Top Ten Editors in the Preditors and Editors Reader Poll 2007 & 2008. Grenier is an award-winning children's author, an editor for Halo Publishing, Int., and also, the director of the St. George Book Festival. Grenier teaches at Dixie State University's Comminity Education and is speaker at various conferences and colleges. She loves writing books, articles, and short stories for children and teens, finding that it keeps her young. Author site http://vsgrenier.com


    The World of Ink Network brings you shows each week on topics such as books, writing, interviews, self-help, empowerment, families and much more. Follow us at http://worldofinknetwork.com

  • 00:24

    Movie Reviews: Gravity, Runner Runner, Concussion

    in Movies

    On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films: Gravity, Runner Runner, Concussion, and The Summit.

  • 00:59

    Casino City Gang: Runner Runner edition

    in Sports

    This week, the Gang discusses the online gambling "thriller" Runner Runner and it's weak box office performance, the end of the player-to-player transfer in the United States, and the success of Maryland Live. And of course, they end the show with the most degenerate 30 minutes in podcasting, picking every game of the NFL schedule against the spread.

  • 00:50

    Runner, Runner; Dark Touch; Dracula 3D

    in Film

    Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake face-off in the "Poor kid neds to pay his Ivy league tuition" movie Runner, Runner. Also on the slate is the Irish indie horror flick Dark Touch, and Dario Argento's take on the Dracula tale in Dracula 3D. Venturing beyond our usual border's we'll be taking a minute to talk about how GTAV has taken over some of our lives, and wether or not Marvel's: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D lives up to the standard that Marvel has set for their live action entertainment. 

  • 00:56

    Interview with Max King an Extraordinary Runner

    in Sports

    Max King is a force to be reckoned with at any distance from a 3K to 100K and beyond. He has placed 1st in some of the most competitive races in the world from the Transrockies 6-Day Stage Race to the IAAF World Mtn Running Championships while still able to produce blistering speed at the shorter distances.  Our host Richard Diaz, asks, how he does it and what’s in store for the New Year.

  • 00:58

    Cinema Royale #77- Michelle Monaghan interview; The Maze Runner

    in Movies

    On this week's Cinema Royale, Michelle Monaghan (Gone Baby Gone, True Detective) joins in to talk about her new film, the heartfelt military drama Fort Bliss. Directed by Claudia Myers, the film centers on a decorated soldier trying to reconnect with her son after an extended tour overseas.


    Plus, our resident YA expert Sandie Angulo Chen gives her thoughts on this week's big film, The Maze Runner, starring Teen Wolf's Dylan O'Brien!

  • 00:55

    Swords and Space XVII: Blade Runner

    in Entertainment

    Join us for the first "Wansbutter and Wansbutter" edition of Swords and Space. Nicholas and his father, Richard -- the man who got him started on science fiction -- will this week discuss Ridley Scott's classic film Blade Runner.
    We will also talk about the novel that inspired the film, Philip K. Dyck's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

  • 00:45

    Superstar Runner

    in Entertainment

    Indie-Vocal-Pop artist. Journeyman. Nomad. Wanderer. Earthling.  My name is Ben J. I sing, and play music, and talk about God (and anything that comes with it) a lot. And, I make a lot of mistakes.  Recently, I have had words written all over my arms, and body, with sharpie marker. These are all things that I believe in, am trying to stand for, and am needing to work on. Ultimately, they are prayers, and important things that I need to keep in mind, everyday. I re-write them often because it helps me remember to constantly be working on them. It isn’t that I think I’m a failure, or that I’m not happy to be who I am. It’s because I’m a human, and would like to be an even better human. That’s what Superstar Runner is all about. :)

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