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AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones and Getaway.
We also received some listener questions we'll be answering, including a question we got about Joss Whedon's recent comments on some classic films and the potential death of superheroes.
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we discuss five movies. They are: The World's End, The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, You're Next, Short Term 12, and Drinking Buddies.
Batten down the hatches and hold on to your butts...it's yet another YA fantasy book turned into a movie. Some people are calling it the next Harry Potter, sane people are calling it quits. It's yet another thrilling episode of Black Geek Movie Talk!
Tui Snider is a writer and travel blogger specializing in offbeat sites, overlooked history, quirky travel destinations, and haunted places. Tui has worn a lot of hats in her life - literally - and is especially fond of berets.
When not obsessing over her latest writing projects, Tui enjoys posting photos on Instagram, and composing dreamy electronic music. She plays several instruments and is currently learning the Theremin - although, so far, she's pretty terrible at it!
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God blessed Noah and his sons and said to them: ‘Be fertile and multiply and fill the earth(Genesis 9:1).” God re-establishes man’s dominance over all the earth (Genesis 1:26, Genesis 9:2-3), as well as the call to Multiply (Genesis 1:28, Genesis 9:1).
With Noah, God resets his creation with the promise of a new covenant, “I will establish my covenant with you, that never again shall all bodily creatures be destroyed by the waters of a flood; there shall not be another flood to devastate the earth.” God added, ‘This is the sign that I am giving for all ages to come, of the covenant between me and you and every living creature with you: I set my bow (rainbow) in the clouds to serve as a sign of the covenant between me and the earth. When I bring clouds over the earth, and the bow (rainbow) appears in the clouds, I will recall the covenant I have made between me and you and all living beings, so that the waters shall never again become a flood to destroy all mortal beings. As the bow (rainbow) appears in the clouds, I will see it and recall the everlasting covenant that I have established between God and all living beings–all mortal creatures that are on earth. God told Noah: ‘This is the sign of the covenant I have established between me and all mortal creatures that are on the earth.” Genesis 9:1-17
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Hr1: Tonight Pop Artist Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Pop Singer / Songwriter Sonali.
A multi-instrumentalist who plays keyboard, drums and bass, Sonali is a scorching lead guitarist who wields an impressive arsenal of instruments. Although her favorite genres include her favorite metal bands, her own music is defined by the accessibility and optimism that mirrors her sunny and upbeat personality.
They will be discussing her her second EP, titled Wake Up produced by Kazumi Shimokawa and Justin Tracy.
Psalms 150:4: Praise Him with timbrel and dancing; Praise Him with stringed instruments and pipe.
We are joined this week by Tasha and Sylvie who are going to tell us about Dancing with the Stars New Braunfels.
This promises to be a fun show full of youth, fun and Godly grace. Join us live at 6 or anytime after.
Sunday October 19th, 11:00 am The SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOW!
Join us as we welcome Christine Bannon-Rodrigues and R Marcos Taylor, incredible martial artists and acting professionals!
Christine is an 8th degree Black Belt, holds 9 World Championships, including consecutive 3-time World Titles at the W.A.K.O Games. Christine has acted for both film and television, including the feature films Sci-Fighter (aka X-Treme Fighter) and 27 Dresses. Her stunt work can be seen in a number of Hollywood productions, including Batman and Robin, and The Next Karate Kid. She has appeared on TV in WMAC Masters & Mortal Kombat Annihilation, and did the martial arts choreography for the film Champions of the Deep (2012).
Marcos began intensive training in: Karate Taekwondo, Muay Thai, Capoeira, and Hapkido, and has more than twenty years of training in these forms. Marcus holds the rank of Kru in Muay Thai and also trains in other martial art forms including: Kung Fu, Boxing, Judo, Ninjitsu, and Gracie Jui Jitsu. He is the NJ StateTaekwondo Champion 1994, YB Choi Taekwondo Invitational Champion 1995, and the Muay Thai Warriors Cup Super-Heavy Weight Champion 2010. He was also a certified personal trainer, gym owner, professional fighter, bodyguard, and has taught martial arts and self-defense locally and internationally for the last twenty-four years. Marcus also works as an actor and stuntman.
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Tonight, Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes The Antics, Post-punk/indie rock band out of New Jersey.
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Luke Meisenbacher (vocals/guitar), Derek Rosengarth (guitar), Josh Reitan (drums) are the fun-loving men that make-up The Antics. “I don’t write music that sounds exactly like something else or things that don’t matter to me,” Meisenbacher said about his writing style. The Antics’ post-punk/indie-rock sound is often accented by 60’s pop, surf and garage rock – the group is certainly capable of it all. Playing their individual instruments from an early age, each member grew up in a different part of New Jersey yet the members manage to play like they've been together all their lives. The band has been growing together for three years, and through the trials and tribulations; their brotherly bond has allowed them to develop a unique sound that speaks to their vibrant personalities.
October 16 - Bassist/Composer - Kyle Eastwood
Among other things, Kyle Eastwood comes from a musical family. Both parents, Clint Eastwood and Maggie Johnson, played the piano; and, his maternal grandmother taught music at Northwestern University. So, I guess one can say that his entry into the realm of music was inevitable.
Accompanied by a London-based crew of stellar young musicians, Eastwood and company blend infectious grooves and outstanding improvisations throughout eleven diverse tracks on The View From Here. “They’re all really talented players,” says Eastwood, “and we’ve been playing together for a while now, developing a real band chemistry. We ended up writing a lot of these new tunes together either at rehearsals or out on the road during last year’s tour around Europe. Sometimes I would come up with a couple of ideas or Andrew might bring something in, then everybody would just add on to it after that.”
Kyle's latest CD, The View From Here, is as true to the genre, and culture of Jazz as one can get in these modern times. The pulsating rhythms being extracted from his band's acoustic instruments, are not only pure and exact, but seem to represent a symbolic life source for both the band, and its listeners.
There is a battle being waged for the hearts and minds of our youth, and the weapon used is the sound of music. Tunes, lyrics, instruments, voices, all sounds create a vibration that affects ones behavior. Just as "gangster rap" is accused of being evil, gospel music is seen by many to represent good. But old time hymns don't move the hearts of the young. Many slow, sad songs reflect sounds of mourning more than the sounds of the joy that comes with spiritual revival. Gospel songs that reflect a modern upbeat rhythm and blues style sounds like party music to some elders, but many such songs have become popular hits that have brought young people out of the streets and back into the church. Can gospel music reach the hip hop generation? Music producers Derrell Green and Jamal Davis look at the effects of today's gospel music on the eve of the celebration of the release of their choir's new music CD. Community organizer Kwabena discusses the detrimental effects of violent and vulgar music.
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