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Does wearing spandex at pride fest make you less of a man, does it indeed show off your junk, find out next time
This week, our hosts don their best spandex and capes as they fight crime and dismantle the on-again-off-again relationship between comic books and cinema. Join our friendly neighborhood hosts Miguel Leon and Michael Burhan as we discuss comic book movies.
These sometimes bright, always tight pants thingies are all the rage! But do they show a little too much? Can't a brother wonder what you look like naked instead of seeing you damn near naked in the mall?
Join Brother Zaiyah and Brother Uptown as they try to save the world... One laugh at a time.
Hollywood actor Jim Meskimen’s interview continues today. We discuss 3 important topics: The Human Voice, MOCAP and HAIRY FINGERS.
Jim deconstructs the human voice from his view as an actor, impressionist and audiobook director and the nuance of isolating key elements to recreate a real person or create a new character. MOCAP – its effect and challenges. And Spandex. And your joints! Then last but not least – HAIRY FINGERS and FINGER WIGS, which you can only understand if you listen!
He’s been called “Comedy’s Impressions Genius”. Jim Meskimen is an accomplished actor, improviser and voice artist whose work is well-known to TV and film and gaming audiences. He has worked with director Ron Howard on five of his films including Apollo 13 (1995), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) and Frost/Nixon (2008). His mother is Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated actress Marion Ross of "Happy Days" iconic fame.
VO artist LoveThatRebecca aka Rebecca Michaels Haugh is your host and producer of Love That VoiceOver. Connect with Rebecca on Twitter @RebeccaMichaels and @LoveThatVO, on her FaceBook page Rebecca Michaels, and at her website www.LoveThatRebecca.com or www.LoveThatVoiceover.com.
We've finally made it to my absolute favorite decade of all...The 80's! This was the time of my heyday, so it was full of many firsts, many new experiences and many great times, all rolled up in the coolest decade ever! The 80's was an era filled with individuality, neon brights and wildly radical fashions, complete with things like spandex, parachute pants & big hair, many new breakouts in music and dance, movies that we will never forget, extremely awesome video games, countless modern inventions and so much more. It was such a fun time to be a teen-ager and truly formed a big part of who I am inside and a lot of what I enjoy in many areas.
Please join us this month, as we revisit the decades of "The 60's," "The 70's," "The 80's" and "The 90's!" We will celebrate the good and talk about the bad of one decade per week. Call in and share your memories of each decade or the things you miss from that era and even the things you don't miss and could do without during that time.
Growing up in a musical family, it was only a matter of time before David Justin decided to follow his family’s footsteps. A singer/songwriter from Houston, TX, David began his musical career at the early age of eight years old when he learned how to play the violin. Within two years, he was winning local and regional competitions. At the age of 12, he picked up the drums, and by the age of 17, he began crafting his songwriting skills and playing the guitar. Once David honed all of his musical skills, he decided to make music his career.
With his recent performance at Gap’s live acoustic music event and his nomination as a finalist for ‘best original song’ with the 6th annual International Acoustic Music Awards, David’s musical talent has not gone unnoticed.
David Deakman, aka, Daddy-O's Bunker, will join the MAC crew to talk about his music career. David is former metal guitar player who played in local original hard rock bands Trench and Kompany of Kings, but always had roots in the blues and a passion for song writing. Influences are very diverse and guitar driven from Johnny Winter to UFO, Aerosmith, Iron Maiden, Dokken, Ratt and everything in between.
The days of leather pants and spandex are long gone. The influences have shifted to the alt country/heavy blues genre where the song writing is the priority but continues to be very guitar driven. Bands like Govt Mule, North Mississippi All Stars, Joe Bonamassa, Black Keys and Blackberry Smoke are in the current play list.
David currently plays guitar and vocals in his power trio band Deadbrokedown, that plays all original music all round San Diego county.
Hard to believe our kids are now hanging out in places we used to - or still do? When do you think it's time to hang up the things you used to do in your more youthful years like clubbing, spandex and wearing shirts that now show wrinkled cleavage. Let's examine these things in this episode. Join me and my surprise guest as we help you understand that "you're too old for that!"
Tonight we'll be talking about super hero costumes.
what's better the new body armored look or the ol' school spandex.
we put the question out there and we'll be going over your responses.
Kai will be talking about Simon Pegg and her girl boner for him. also we'll discuss sequels vs movies with a shared universe. which is better and why.
Miley Cyrus has been all over the internet and we're choosing to ignore her like a syrian civil war.
and lastly we're gonna revisit the Man of Steel as for the first time Zack Synder answers critics who bashed the film for the amount of destruction the fight between Zod and Sups caused.
It’s never too late to find love
A week after Chester (known as Chick) turns forty-nine he views his reflection in the mirror in his dining room and vows to get his "sorry ass in shape." One day as he is bending over to tie his running shoes, he hears someone coming up behind him and looks up to see the finest ass and legs in a pair of black spandex shorts he has ever seen. What starts out as a possible love interest becomes more than a friendship that helps Chick rejoin the human race. Running with George, proves that anything is possible through love dedication and a good hard sweat.
Charles Lunsford comes from a long line of storytellers. He the first one to put pen to paper (or in this case, fingertip to keyboard). His grandmother, father, brothers, nieces, and nephews would regale everyone, wide-eyed with excitement, with stories of our family history. Like the wizard, in the Broadway show Wicked, said to Elfiba, “There are all kinds of stories that aren’t true…where I come from, we call it history.”
Please join us on June 6 9PM EST on Stonewall Live!
Whose wearing the Pants? As her independence continues to grow it has also compromised her femininity while his dependency has altered his masculinity. We are living in a time where roles have been reversed and Men are comfortably hiding behind her strength. Women want the security and presence of a man and not be forced to play dual roles. What we don't need is anyone walking behind anyone BUT firmly walking side by side..... Tune in this coming Wednesday (12/28) for our last show of 2011!
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Next time on Third Eye Cinema: get ready to pull out those spandex and leather pants and bang your heads!We'll be speaking with both Cara McCutchen (vocals) and Alex Gutierrez (guitars) of Canadian Bay Area style retro-thrashers Mortillery! Just 6 months after their last visit to Third Eye, Mortillery have already given us a brand new slab of molten old school thrash metal, far surpassing their debut in tapping into the classic sound of such acts as Flotsam & Jetsam, Vio-Lence, Death Angel, Heathen, Forbidden, Exodus and even early Metallica (remember when THEY were actually relevant?)!!! Join us for a return engagement from guitarist Alex Gutierrez of Mortillery, and for the first time, vocalist Cara McCutchen, only here on Third Eye Cinema!http://thirdeyecinema.wordpress.com/http://www.facebook.com/ThirdEyeCinema
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