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  • 01:30

    Episode 91 (Everybody Wants Wick)

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    The guys discuss and analyze Everybody Wants Some!! and John Wick: Chapter 2. We also answer listener questions about the deadliest pencil scenes and the most sympathetic movie villains. The heated brisket debate also continues to rage on. Will there ever be a peaceful conclusion to the brisket battle? Tune in and find out!

  • 01:16

    Slasher Studios Horror Podcast: Modern Day Scream Queens

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    On a brand new Slasher Studios Horror Podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Andrew Beirl discuss their favorite up and coming horror stars and modern day Scream Queens. 

  • 01:16

    Ep 211 - Scream Blacula Scream

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    To try and celebrate both Black History Month and Women of Horror Month, Doug Tilley joins Jon Cross to talk about 1973's Scream Blacula Scream which turns out to be a lot more socially aware and serious than you might think! We also talk about Pam Grier and the whole Blaxploitation era. There's also the usual comedy, music and trailers for Ice and the Face & Netflix and Swill You can find Doug Tilley on the No-Budget Nightmares Podcast and Eric Roberts is the Fucking Man

  • 02:24

    Flesh Wound Radio - Episode 90: Love Camp Antibirth 3-D (2/15/2017)

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    Tune into your favorite freaky freaks on a brand new episode of Flesh Wound Radio this Thursday, Feb.16 at at 9pm EST / 6pm PST (or anytime after we wrap). On this post Valentine's special we will have on our lovely and talented Flesh Wound Girl model Roxie, who will share some crazy stories from her unique job and the recent He Loves Me Not shoot. We will also have a review for Natasha Lyonne in Scream Factory's new flick Antibirth. In addition to that we will also have Blu Ray reviews for the trendsetting classick Love Camp 7, and an early review of Paul Leder's 1976 monster fave A.P.E. 3D. All that plus TV Terror Talk w/ Walking Dead. Don't miss it Flesh Wound Freaks and be sure to download us on itunes, Stitcher, and Spreaker.

  • 01:12

    Oscar Preview 2017!

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    On a special ScreenPicks podcast, we look at who will win big at the 89th Annual Academy Awards. Will La La Land clean house? Could Hidden Figures, Manchester by the Sea, or Moonlight cause an upset? What about the acting categories where Emma Stone, Denzel Washington, Casey Affleck, and Viola Davis are all in the mix? We break it all down from Best Picture to Best Live Action Short. 

  • 00:48

    Tamsen McDonough the voice of "Lucy" on Killjoys.

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    Jeremy talks to Tamsen McDonough, the voice of Lucy the spaceship on Killjoys.  They talk acting, creativity, writing and "girl power". We delve into her writing process, and what got her into acting.  A fun conversation with a very creative woman.
    Tamsen McDonough is an actress and producer, known for Killjoys (2015), Lost Girl (2010) and The Incredible Hulk (2008).
    Links:
    Tamsen McDonough on Twitter
    IMDB
    Gekishcast.com

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  • 00:48

    Ep. 4: Fantasy Awards League Edition

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    This week on the Pause 'n Play podcast, Alec and his guests (20th Century Flops, Milhouse and Mister(dapper)Dave) breakdown FML's new Oscars game!
    BUSINESS IN THE FRONT
    0:00 - 4:54           Intro
    4:54 - 11:14        Recruit Your Friends / Top 5 Reasons to Play Fantasy Awards League (FAL) AND FML
    11:14 - 17:17      #AlwaysLaLa or #NeverLaLa ?
    17:17 - 24:48      Fantasy Awards League Strategy
    PARTY IN THE BACK
    *24:35*               MisterDave's BIG Reveal
    24:48 - 31:32      Prizes
    31:32 - 39:14      Round 2 / Oscars Trivia
    39:14 - 43:18      Pause 'n Sway Challenge: Name Alec's FAL cineplex
    43:18 - 45:07      Soapbox
    44:07 - 47:57      End Credits

  • 00:48

    George Bettinger & Nancy Lombardo: Behind the Scenes

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    Movie Addict Headquarters celebrates Valentine’s Day early with this special episode. Noted actors/comedians George Bettinger and Nancy Lombardo have been invited to drop by for a discussion of their experiences as cast members in the upcoming short film based on IT HAD TO BE US, an award-winning romantic memoir co-written by host Betty Jo Tucker and her husband under the pen names of Harry and Elizabeth Lawrence. Filming of CAKE: A LOVE STORY was completed in late December, and the project is now in postproduction. It co-stars Debra Lord Cooke and Richard Vernon as Elizabeth and Harry. Co-writers/directors Misha Zubarev and Vera Zubarev report that Nancy and George, who portray Elizabeth’s friends, kept everyone in stitches on the set!  A clip about It Had To Be Us from George’s YOU TELL, YOU SELL show will also be played during this episode.

  • 00:39

    THE FALL OF THE DCEU!!!

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    Topics:  Matt Reeves not directing The Batman
                 Ben Affleck also wants to quit.
                 DCEU Starts to collapse
                 John Conpea (Campea) Bull Shitter at Collider Movie Talk
                 Grace Randolf Cute, Dumb and stupid is no way to go through life.
                 Mel Gibson Anti-semite or great director?
                 Scarface remake gets Coen brothers.
                 Hugh Jackass (Jackman) finally leaves Wolverine!!!       
                 DC Pedo Attacks!
      
     
     

  • 01:06

    Orian Williams producer and actor and so much more !

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    Orian Williams was born in Jackson, Mississippi and raised in Houston, Texas. A graduate of Baylor University, Orian moved to Los Angeles in the early 1990’s . After a few years as a successful producer of commercials, Orian formed a fortuitous alliance with the director E. Elias Merhige, whose work Orian was an early champion of after seeing his acclaimed University thesis feature film BEGOTTEN. Williams first film was to set up SHADOW OF THE VAMPIRE the Academy Award nominated film starring Willem Dafoe and John Malkovich at Saturn Films, Nicolas Cage’s production company directed by Merhige. In 2004 Orian secured the rights to the book “Touching from a Distance,” a biography based on the life of Ian Curtis, lead singer of the band Joy Division, written by Ian’s widow, Deborah Curtis. Ian committed suicide in 1980 just 2 days before the bands first American tour and reformed under the name New Order. The highly regarded photographer/video director Anton Corbijn, directed and was his first feature film. CONTROL stars Sam Riley as Ian Curtis, Samantha Morton and Alexandra Maria Lara. CONTROL had its world premiere in Cannes 2007 opening the Director’s Fortnight and came away with 3 awards including Best European Film and 4 BAFTA nominations including one win for writer and 10 BIFA nominations with 5 wins including Best Picture. Orian then set his eyes on Jack Kerouac, producing two films about his life, a documentary about the book ‘Big Sur’ then the feature film BIG SUR Written and Directed by Michael Polish, BIG SUR stars, Jean Marc Barr as Kerouac and Josh Lucas as Neal Cassady, Kate Bosworth, Radha Mitchell and Henry Thomas also star. Currently Orian is producing WONDERLAND AVENUE with David Fincher, which focuses on Danny Sugerman and his young life in Los Angeles in the 1960’s, Fred Durst will direct, set up at New Regency. 

  • 01:24

    Interview with Alex & Benjamin Brewer (Filmmakers of The Trust)

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    After reviewing the Nic Cage & Elijah Wood movie, The Trust on episode 205 of The After Movie Diner Podcast, the filmmakers, Alex and Ben Brewer reached out to us.
    This is a conversation they had with host Jon Cross not only about the stars and stories that went into making The Trust but about the business of filmmaking as independents, where they got their starts and even finding out they all had something in common when it came to the Massachusetts music scene! We think it's an awesome chat and we also think you should check out their underrated gem of a movie over on Netflix!
     

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