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Ryan Holloway talks about the upcoming release of Deadpool 2. Ryan also explains why Venom will be the best Marvel movie of 2018. Lastly, Ryan talks about HBO's Westworld. (Replay)
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On this episode of Talking Terror. The King of Horror Andy G is taking the boys back to the year 1976. While there, they'll be discussing the Alfred Sole film; "Alice, Sweet Alice". When a young girl named Karen (played by Brooke Shields in her film debut) is found brutally murdered on the day of her first communion. The suspicion falls upon her sister; Alice. When Alice is eventually sent away to a mental hospital, the murders continue. If Alice isn't the killer, then who? There's only one way to find out. Tune in and listen
Melissa Fumero is known for her portrayal of Adriana Cramer on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live. After 4 years Melissa wrapped up her role on OLTL and moved on to The World Wide Web in a fabulous new web series called "Haute & Bothered". "Story Line"~Welcome to Design Studio at the Manhattan Fashion Institute, where a dozen of the school's most promising newbies have been handpicked to compete for a summer internship at a major luxury fashion house.
Phoebe Anderson, the wunderkind farm girl who grew up sewing her own clothes in her small Kansas hometown, immediately finds herself in way over her pretty little head. Starting this May, watch on as she struggles to keep up with her assignments, avoid sabotage from rival classmates, and resist temptation, from Spencer, the uber-hot barista whom Jo (played by Melissa Fumero)also has her eye on...
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Kenneth W. Cain returns with three of authors who, like him, have stories in Tales From The Lake Volume 5 from Crystal Lake Publishing. Cain, Laura Blackwell, Gemma Files, and Lucy A. Snyder visit Madame Perry's Salon to tell of their spine tingling tales and heartstopping stories in this exciting new anthology.
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Is this county way too fascinated over a big butt?
Everywhere we look on social media, we see a big butt and a smile. It may be some advertisement for clothing or maybe just someone flaunting a new profile pic. And we men eat it up. No pun intended.
Men are fascinated with the shape of women's bodies. Of course, that's been the case since the beginning of time, but now every day, it seems to turn into more of an obsession. It's so easy for men to access photos of bodies via the internet, that we tend to over-indulge.
The result: we get a visual in our heads of what we think an attractive woman should be.
Does that make us not appreciate an everyday woman because we're fascinated by the King Magazine models?
We'll discuss these things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 754
Scheduled for 60-75 mins.
Jeremy Woolsey is a feature film and television art director from New Orleans, La. who has over 50 credits to his name including the world wide hit “Pitch Perfect”. Woolsey’s films have generated nearly half a billion dollars worldwide at the box office and with four films releasing this year that total will certainly climb.Woolsey has worked with some top designers including Barry Robison, Wynn Thomas, Bill Arnold, Mark Ricker and Oscar nominated Anastasia Masaro. The last few years have taken him to the hotbed of Atlanta, Ga. Where he art directed “A Sunday Horse” directed by legendary stuntman Vic Armstrong and designed by Oscar nominated Stephen Altman. Woolsey also art directed “Vacation” for New Line, “Dirty Grandpa” for Lionsgate, “Keeping Up the Joneses” for Fox, “Bastards” for Alcon and is currently finishing up the true story of three African American women behind the scenes at NASA in the 60’s named “Hidden Figures”. This highly anticipated project is under the helm of Ted Melfi (“St. Vincent”) and is a Fox production.You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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