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  • 01:35

    The Best Film Music of 2018

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    Join in tonight to hear Jason's choices for the best original film scores and best original songs from 2018's movies, including his choice in each category for he feels deserves the honor of Best Score and Best Song.  Plus, hear some great film scores and film songs as Jason counts them down to #1!  

  • 06:09

    Episode 219: Star Wars (1977)

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    Special Guests: Roger Christian, Michael Kaminsky, Chris Taylor, Alexandre O. Philippe, Harmy Guest Co-Host: Mr. Chris Continuing our Maudit May series, we look at George Lucas's Star Wars (AKA Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope), the sci-fi film from 1977 that has been rendered unavailable in its original form due to its creator's tampering. We're joined by Outside the Cinema's Mr. Chris to get nostalgic and discuss how Star Wars may (or may not) have influenced our lives.

  • 01:49


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    Welcome to another adventure in the multiverse! For our last episode of 2018, we are joined by The Secret Spice of Life and our resident movie man, Dan Rockwood. We're talking about talking about the James Wan directed, Jason Momoa-led movie, Aquaman. Not to mention, we're addressing one of the biggest controversies of this year: the infamous Snyder-Cut. Learning what coudl have been but wasn't. So grab your trunks and dive head first into this episode. This episode also features a bonus special spotlight on the independent comic, Cornrows! For more information on this episode and more, click here. 
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    Music by Logan McElroy and Shawn Davis. The X-Files are property of Fox. We do not own nor claim any rights. The Flash, Aquaman & Man of Steel are property of Warner Brothers & DC Comics. We do not own nor claim any rights. Networked by That's Entertainment! Super Smash Bros is property of Nintendo. We do not own nore claim any rights.

  • 00:42

    Episode 13

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    Episode 13 The Avengers Infinity War!
    10 years and 64 films later it all comes down to this...two-part cliffhanger to be concluded in 2019.  
    Tristan and Chris are joined by old pal James, the biggest Marvel fan -and also the biggest human being- they could find to talk spoilers, spoilers and more spoilers. 
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  • 01:18

    CWK Show #154: Top Five Things We Love About The Last Jedi

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    Dan Z is joined by Lindsey Romain and Din as they discuss the top five things they love about The Last Jedi. This is the podcast you’re looking for!
    Music: Classical Guitar: "Star Wars: A Guitar Medley-Beyond the Guitar" by Nathan Mills; Jazz Music: Eye to Eye by Steve Torok
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  • 00:39

    Ep. 69 - Titanic (1997)

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    Noah & Jonesy sit and discuss a movie about an old lady, a sunken ship, and Billy Zane's moving hairline - Titanic!
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    Next episode is the Counterpoint show where we watch The Room (prerecorded) live - with guests!
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  • 00:18

    My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

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    Tara goes in depth on the culture behind My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, Michael Yo shares some of his family get-togethers and Tara tells us why big butts are in. 

  • 01:09

    Shoot the (Re)Boot - Friday the 13th (2009) - CBP079

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    The early 2000s was a good time in terms of horror franchise reboots. Texas Chainsaw Massacre came back in 2003, Amityville Horror was back in 2005, Rob Zombie's Halloween reboot came out in 2007, and the Nightmare on Elm Street reboot came out in 2010, For us, though, it's the Friday the 13th reboot that had us excited in 2009. It had been almost 7 years since Freddy vs Jason, with no realistic way to continue the storyline of the previous 11 films, so writers Shannon and Swift settled on a reimagining. It was directed by Marcus Nispel, who is kind of known for reboots and reimaginings like the aforementioned TCM, Frankenstien, and Conan.
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  • 01:07

    Episode 195: Menelik Shabazz

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    This week on the BIG show, we'll sit down with British film director, Menelik Shabazz who will discuss his latest project, the documentary, The Story of Lover's Rock.  Often dubbed "romantic reggae," Lovers Rock is a uniquely black British sound that developed in the late 1970s and 80s against a backdrop of riots, racial tension and sound systems. Lovers Rock allowed young people to experience intimacy and healing through dance- known as 'scrubbing'- at parties and clubs. This dance provided a coping mechanism for what was happening on the streets. Plus, we'll recap the Spring Movie season and review the latest films including Pain and Game and The Big Wedding. We'll have all that and more on Episode 183 on Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon, this Thursday afternoon beginning at 1pm on BlogTalkRadio.com.  

  • 01:29

    Rex Sikes Movie beat chats w Eddie and Michael Spears

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    Eddie and Michael Spears, Actors, Native Americans have had careers in movie since they were youngsters. Eddie Spears has been in the spotlight since age 10 starting with his first role in the Turner production of Geronimo, The Witness, Through the Window, and Somebody said Pow Wow. Michael Spears role in “Dances with Wolves” as Otter, catapulted him into the world of Film, Music and Public Speaking. Before the age of 17, Michael had the privilege to learn from and work with many great actors such as, Jimmy Smitts and Kim Delaney, in ABC’S production of the “Broken Chord” which Michael played the role of Adam, a child born with fetal alcohol syndrome. And numerous other productions. Both continue to work all the time. Eddie’s most recent credits include the AMC series Hell On Wheels, Guns, Girls, & Gambling, The Legend of Hells Gate, the HBO mini series ury My Heart at Wounded Knee,  Comanche Moon, The  TNT/ Spielberg mini series “Into the West”and Rick Schroder’s directorial film “Black Cloud. Michael has appeared The Broken Chain,Lakota Women, Skins, Into the West the TNT / Spielberg mini series, Legends of Hells. Both brothers appeared in Gate, Guns, Girls & Gambling, Into the West the TNT / Spielberg mini series, and recently Yellow Rock produced by costar Lenore Andriel also starring Michael Biehn and James Russo. Eddie plays Angry Wolf and Michael plays Broken Wing. Because of his strong sense of traditional value, Eddie works closely as a mentor with the youth in his home area of South Dakota. When Michael is not filming or on the stage, he travels as a celebrity speaker covering topics that inspire and educate. 
    Stay tuned to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com

  • 01:15

    Episode 022: The Return Edition

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    Where has this show been? In detail...an explanation, and then, let's talk about pop culture. Jason Martin @JMartOutkick returns to the microphone to discuss the final season of The Americans, the brilliance of The Good Place, the promise of HBO's Barry, and Steven Spielberg's supremely fun Ready Player One. The first new episode of 2018, but one jammed with content to enjoy on this Easter weekend!