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The MovieFilm Podcast closes out 2018 with conversations on a whole host of topics various and sundry, from Aquaman’s triumphant swim to the top of the box office, to Kevin Spacey’s bizarre re-entry into the public eye, to the Academy Awards’ trouble finding a host. In addition, thoughts on Green Book, Vice, and Bumblebee, plus Listener Letters, Star Wars news, and more! Hear it through the embed below or via iTunes, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and Spotify! Also, like we always ask, please visit our Facebook page or e-mail email@example.com to let us know how we’re doing!
It's our end-of-the-year blowout spectacular special with a less-than-loquacious Jeff comparing and contrasting with Matt what was great about Star Wars comics in 2018 (Doctor Aphra, Poe Dameron and Tales From Vader's Castle), what wasn't so great (questionable editorial decisions) and what was just plain forgettable (looking right at you, DJ: Most Wanted).
This year is a fresh start and we're optimistic about what it will bring to Star Wars in all its media iterations. We're grateful you spent 2018 with us and hope you'll do the same in 2019.
This week's Star Wars comics include:
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Hey everyone, This week's episode of Talk Star Wars is a little off the wall compared to our usual offering. This week, we offer you the enjoyable recap of Diecast Desperado's movie pitches, "Pulp Science Fiction", a drama in 3 parts. Included beforehand is a bonus letter from Vesuvi which gave us a jolly good laugh as well!
Join authors JD Holiday and Christy Condoleo on Saturday, July 14, 2012 at 10AM est, 9AM cst, 8AM mst & 7AM pst, for ~ Amelia Frump and her Peanut Butter Loving Overactive Imagination by author Debbie Roppolo- Amelia Frump has a problem: an overactive imagination that sometimes gets her into trouble. One night, as the winds howl through the treetops, Amelia sees a spooky, bony finger tapping on the glass outside her bedroom window. Can her wild imagination save her in time, or will she be the final ingredient in a Grubby Sock Casserole? http://debbieroppolo.weebly.com/reviews.html Buy at: http://www.amazon.com/Amelia-Peanut-Butter-Overactive-Imagination/dp/1466468955 http://www.dwbchildrensline.com/apps/webstore/ Show's site is It’s Story Time, Gather ‘Round: http://itsstorytimeforkids.blogspot.com/ JD Holiday: http://www.thebookgarden.net Christy Condoleo: http://www.eppyscreations.com/ All stories read on the show are copyrighted by the authors. The show has permission from the authors to read their books and display pictures from it.
Sarah interviews Dr. David Sklar about his new novel, Atlas of Men.The book tells the story of Dr. Robert Thames and his journey to discover truths about a "study" that was done on him and his fellow students at a private school decades before.
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Robert Gregory Browne began his career by selling a two-part mystery story, NOTHING BUT THE COLD WIND, to EasyRiders magazine. After more than a decade as a screenwriter, Browne shifted his focus to his first love, novels, and wrote KISS HER GOODBYE, which recently served as the basis for a CBS Television series pilot, starring Dylan Walsh and Terry Kinney.
Rob's subsequent books are the thrillers TRIAL JUNKIES, WHISPER IN THE DARK, KILL HER AGAIN, DOWN AMONG THE DEAD MEN and THE PARADISE PROPHECY.
Join Ann White, author of Living with Spirit Energy and Pam Stack, book blogger extraordinaire, as we delve into the live of this creative genious.
Things aren't always as they seem and sometimes the real meaning of holidays isn't what you think. There are rumors that Christmas isn't really about the birth of Christ, but a decoy. Perhaps this creepypasta story "A Christmas Story" by DrBobSmith, will shed some light on your doubts.
Story A Christmas Story by DrBobSmith http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/A_Christmas_Story
Music: Silent Night, A Dark Piano Version by Myuu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REk9Ia6eYXk
In this episode, hosts Aaron Harris and David Modders discuss Star Wars Resistance thoughts and news plus start their review of the Rebels prequel novel A New Dawn by John Jackson Miller. Continuing with traditions, Aaron makes his first reference to Star Trek Voyager.
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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!
“Black people being murdered is unfortunately a constant in this country. Murdered with impunity. It’s something that’s constantly on my mind,” Adjei-Brenyah says. “So some of these stories respond to that very specifically.” Plus, Joseph Ellis discusses his new book, “American Dialogue.”