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    The 2016 Film Awards Season Begins!

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    And so it begins!  Hard to believe we're about to close out another year, and that means it's time for the Film Awards Season coverage to begin here on the show!  Tonight, we further preview the precursor awards, and discuss the latest Oscar and film news, and see where the current state of the Oscar race finds us.

  • 00:47

    Episode 044 - Snake Girl Got a Gun

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    Westworld Season Finale Review
    HBO released a winner this year in Westworld. It was only 10 episodes but the creators utilized every single minute but still found a way to keep you wanting more. Spoilers ahead so listeners please beware. In this episode of Nerd Nuptial, we discuss the last episode of the season and what we liked as well as what we thought could have been done better.
    We start the show with why were so late on this week's delivery.
    What did you think of the finale? Did you like where the Hosts ended up? Was the Maze all that you thought it would be?

  • 01:06

    Chillpak Hollywood Hour #498 - Celebrity Deaths, 4D Movies, Award Hopefuls

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    Dean Haglund is flying back to Australia right now, but before he left Los Angeles, he dropped by a certain historic building to visit Phil Leirness and to discuss the lives (and deaths) of Sharon Jones, Gwen Ifill, Florence Henderson, Ron Glass and Fidel Castro. Dean and Phil also compare notes on a great stand-up comedy performance they witnessed at The Los Angeles Breakfast Club. Speaking of stand-up, Dean performed stand-up at Big & Tall presents BARK, while Phil was attending a media preview of The Queen Mary’s CHILL and all these events get described. A hilarious discussion of the new “4D” method of exhibiting films leads your friends in podcasting into a free-wheeling discussion of such movies as “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, “Jackie”, “Hidden Figures”, “Nocturnal Animals”, “La La Land”, and “Rules Don’t Apply”. We’ve received a lot of great feedback and messages from listeners of late, and one such message involves the topic of diversity on television, a question Dean and Phil tackle briefly before setting it on the agenda for next week’s show …

  • 00:36

    Issue 043: The Jedi Win

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    The Jedi Win.
    What if Obi-Wan and Yoda had faced Sidious together at the end of Revenge of the Sith? 
    To borrow a line from a different franchise, history is replete with turning points. Join your hosts John Mills and Matthew Rushing as they explore what might have happened if a pivotal Star Wars moment - the dual confrontations of at the end of Revenge of the Sith - had gone a bit differently.
    Hosts John Mills and Matthew Rushing
    Send us your feedback! Twitter: @TheJediMasters    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNerdParty/  Email: an@thenerdparty.com Support Aggressive Negotiations, and the Nerd Party network, by trying Lootcrate at: www.lootcrate.com/nerdparty  Subscribe in iTunes!

  • 01:03

    Filibuster 24 - Andrew Perez Interview

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    Interview with Andrew Perez from Louis Theroux's My Scientology Movie
    Lee Hutchison is joined by Los Angeles based actor, Andrew Perez for this weeks episode. Andrew Perez had the unusual role for an actor of being cast in a documentary, 'Louis Theroux's My Scientology Movie' as the head of Scientology, David Miscavige. That documentary was the much hyped big screen debut of British documentary filmmaker, Louis Theroux working with producer Simon (Searching for Sugarman, Man on Wire, The Imposter) Chinn and it would go on to be the highest grossing documentary in the UK in 2016.
    The documentary takes the unique approach by featuring actors portraying high-profile Scientologists to recreate accounts of abuse from ex-members, including the high profile whisteblower Marty Rathbun. 
    Andrew Perez discusses the unusual experience of auditioning for this movie and what it was like to develop that role with Rathbun and Theroux. Perez shares the what it was like on the set and witnessing the tension between Theroux and Rathburn as they made the documentary. Perez shares some of the amusing incidents that he found himself involved and the reaction to this movie and his amazing performance. 
     Perez also discusses the making of a movie he starred, wrote and produced, 'Bastards Y Diablos', the story of two half brothers who journey to Columbia to spread their fathers ashes. Perez discusses the experience of shooting a movie in a DIY manner in Columbia with just some equipment, friends and credit cards.   

  • 00:38

    "Jackie" (Oh!), "The Eyes of My Mother," "Don't Breathe" and "Pete's Dragon"

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    Maybe you're old enough to remember the JFK assassination but for those who aren't there's a new film about that historical moment called "Jackie." It stars Natalie Portman as first lady Jacqueline Kennedy dealing with a country reeling from the event as well as her own feelings. It's certainly an interesting premise for a movie so Neil Rosen, Bill McCuddy, Bill Bregoli and guest critic Jack Rico put it under their critical microscope. Then there's "The Eyes of My Mother" which starts out like a farmer's daughter joke and then gets much weirder. And speaking of thrillers there's the surprise hit "Don't Breathe" which made a ton of money when it came out in theaters. Finally there's Dsiney's latest live action movie adapted from an animated film - "Pete's Dragon." We've got it all: history, thrills and, of course, dragons.

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  • 01:07

    Our Favorite Holiday Themed TV Episodes

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    On the latest edition of Cinema in Noir we will countdown of the best holiday-themed TV episodes of all time. We will then discuss the winter finale of How To Get Away With Murder.  Finally, we will chat about the films we think should be on people's radars this award season.

  • 02:14

    Flesh Wound Radio: Gobble Gobble (11/24/2016)

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    Tune into Horror Society presents a Flesh Wound Radio Thanksgiving Thursday, Nov. 24 at 11:30 pm eastern (or anytime shortly after we wrap). Does gram's stuffing have you hunched over praying to the porcelain gods? Did creepy Uncle Leo offer to show your girlfriend his other bald head? Well then let the fiends at Flesh Wound make your holiday with a pair of depraved backwoods horror flicks including Plank Face, and from Slovenia of all places Artsploitation Film's Killbillies. In addition we will have reviews for Vestron's new Blu Rays of C.H.U.D. 2 and Return Of The Living Dead 3. All that plus the return of Flesh Wound After Dark with The Cheerleaders. Gobble Gobble Flesh Wound Freaks

  • 01:20

    Ep. 52 - Psycho (1960) : Where Mommy Issues Morph into an Existential Crisis

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    Noah and Jonesy, dressed in their finest old lady clothes and dusty wigs, discuss the Alfred Hitchcock hit: Psycho!
    Mild mannered hottie Marion Crane steals $40,000 from her employer in order to run away with her hunky fella Sam. But as paranoia and guilt get to her, she finds herself taking up a room in the Bates Motel and meets the nice-guy-but-is-he Norman Bates. What follows is a story filled with mommy issues, mystery, murder, stuffed birds for some reason, and tension that all culminates in a twist the likes of which M Night Shyamalan probably spent his teenage "special alone time" thinking about!
    WIth everyone knowing how the movie ends nowadays, does the twist still pack a punch? Aren't stab wounds supposed to appear on the body where someone gets stabbed? Does the movie still deserve to be considered one of the best ever made? We'll be the judge of that.
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  • 00:44

    Episode 05 - National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation

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    Catching Up on National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
    It's that time...the holiday season has arrived! So why not check out some Christmas movies our hosts have never seen? Released on December 1, 1989, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation was the third and final film written by the late, great John Hughes. While it received mixed reviews upon its release, its reputation has only grown through the years and it now rests comfortably in the annals of mandatory holiday viewing...for some more than others.
    Join Shawn, Brandon and Lindsey as they discuss this Christmas classic and why it's remained a staple of the season for nearly three decades.
    HOSTS Shawn Eastridge Brandon Kendrick Lindsey Kendrick

  • 01:17

    Doctor Strange

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    November is finally here and the Scream at the Screens team is excited to cover “Doctor Strange”; the first of several highly anticipated movies for this month. The panel discusses some upcoming comic book movies both live action and Lego / animation, how Fantastic Beasts plans to extend to five movies, and an upcoming Voltron movie. We discuss HBO's new series Westworld and would love the audience to check out AstroPanda's Newest Podcast Westworld Revisited check it out today at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/westworldrevisited or astropandaproductions.com/westworld-revisited. The panel also discusses how crazy American Horror Story is becoming this season and what in the world is wrong with Negan on The Walking Dead. We rap up with our Doctor Strange review and let you know what you should be watching. Follow us on Twitter @ScreamatScreens. Please subscribe, follow, rate and review the podcast today.