The Hunter's Moon will grace our skies this week, which means you better stay inside if you don't have any silver bullets. Enjoy Stuff explores the mystery and history of the full moon. Sunday is the Hunter's moon. Have you noticed extra hair on your body? Do your teeth feel a little sharper? Are you craving the taste of blood? If so, please lock yourself in your home, and while you're in there, listen as Enjoy Stuff explores the full moon. News Now you can buy the Byers family house from Stranger Things (Christmas lights not included) The Star Wars Black Series Holiday figures have been revealed Make sure you check out our TeePublic store to get ready for the holidays and all the latest fashion trends What we're Enjoying Shua is really digging the vibe of the new Star Wars series on Disney+, Andor. It's a bit more gritty than we are used to, but Diego Luna is fantastic as Cassian, and the real world settings feel very ‘original trilogy'. In between his busy moving schedule, Jay has been reading some retro Dr. Strange comics from the mid 80s. It's always fun to revisit the origins of some of the great stuff we are getting today. Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout 31 Days of Horror is finally here! So far he has given us Night of the Creeps, The Final Girls, and tonight's film Trick r Treat. Check back in to RetroZap every day this month to see what creepy movie Jay will give us next. And don't forget his articles on MCULocationScout.com for some great, interactive maps of filming locations. Enjoy The Full Moon! As long as humans have been looking up to the sky, we have been fascinated by the moon. And once a month, that mysterious jewel in the sky appears big and bright and full, giving us even more to wonder about. Lycanthropy is the transformation of a person into a wolf and stories of this curse date all the way back to the Epic of Gilgamesh. Werewolves even show up in Greek mythology in the Legend of Lycaon. Since these stories have endured, it's no surprise that they showed up in movies very early. The first movie featuring a lycanthrope was The Werewolf from 1913. Unfortunately, it was lost to fire and can never be seen again. But a few years later, a silent western called Wolf Blood (1925) appeared and can still be viewed. The 1935 film Wolf Blood starring Henry Hull gave us some of the tropes we still use today, such as the curse being passed on by a bite, transformations occurring because of a full moon, and that the cursed will try to lock themselves up to protect others. The popularity has never disappeared in cinema. We still remember some legendary and groundbreaking films such as Universal's The Wolf Man (1941) and An American Werewolf in London (1981) which started a new chapter in special effects. Plus, a few fun ones like Michael J. Fox in Teen Wolf (1985) Check out some classic (and wonderfully cheesy) films from Full Moon Entertainment. Or some classic music about our lunar neighbor like Full Moon Fever by Tom Petty, Bad Moon Rising by Creedence Clearwater Revival, or Moonage Daydream by David Bowie. But the movies aren't the only place you can see people howling. Cartoons gave us the Groovy Ghoulies and Fang Face. And even our breakfast is not immune to the moon when you eat Frute Brute cereal. What's your favorite story of the moon? Do you stay indoors when the moon is full? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Fly Me to the Moon” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
Glutathione is the second most abundant molecule in the body – the first is water! On today’s podcast I have Dr. Nayan Patel who is a sought after pharmacist, health expert and author of the book, The Glutathione Revolution: Fight Disease, Slow Aging & Increase Energy. Dr. Patel also serves as adjunct faculty at the University Of Southern California School Of Pharmacy. Dr. Patel is regarded as a global expert on absorbable forms of glutathione, and holds the only patent on a transdermal glutathione. He is also a highly sought-after authority on the critical role that all other antioxidants and endogenous molecules, play in the body. Dr. Patel is a firm believer in providing the body with tools it needs to defend itself and promote a healthy lifestyle that fits the pace of the modern world. Dr. Patel is the go-to pharmacist for many celebrities and health experts. Tony Robbins had this to say about him. “Dr. Nayan Patel has been a trusted health advisor for mine and Sage’s personal wellness journey. His transformative Glutathione doesn’t deal with quick fixes, but instead with healing the entire body.” -Tony Robbins Topics covered: What is Glutathione? How does someone know if they need Glutathione? How do you test someones Glutathione levels? How can you supplement Glutathione? Topical vs IV vs Oral Supplements vs Glutathione precursors such as NAC. Are there any natural ways to increase your Glutathione levels? What will improve when you raise your Glutathione levels? What benefit does Glutathione have on the skin? Question from Instagram followers: Glutathione as part of Parkinson’s treatment? I’ve read some information about Glutathione that has been put out by the Michael J Fox foundation what can you tell us about that? I would be interesting in knowing if taking NAC helps increase glutathione levels and how does someone know if they should take NAC or go straight to Glutathione. Does Liposomol Glutathione work? This podcast is NOT medical advice. To purchase Dr. Nayan Patel's Glutathione products CLICK HERE To visit Dr. Nayan Patel's website CLICK HERE To purchase his book Glutathione Revolution CLICK HERE Dr. Patel's INSTAGRAM Dr. Patel's TWITTER To reach Amy Stuttle for questions or comments please email firstname.lastname@example.org To visit Victory Men's Health webiste CLICK HERE Victory Men's Health INSTAGRAM
Travel back in time with us as we discuss the 1985 classic, Back to the Future! Erin and her guests Carla and Meg from Bed, Wed, or Behead, are hoping in the DeLorean to discuss one of their childhood favorites. Listen to them discuss the amazing Michael J. Fox, Doc Brown, the little ick factor with Marty and his mom, the unique talent of Crispin Glover, the music, the amazing fandom, and much more! Play the audience version of "Six Degrees of Finn Wittrock" for a chance to win some merch: https://itsafandomthingpod.com/finn/ Be sure to support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/itsafandomthingpod. You can follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/itsafandomthingpod Twitter: @fandomthingpod Instagram: @itsafandomthingpod Cover art by Carla Temis. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A Parkinson's diagnosis can bring many different emotions — denial, anger, sadness, frustration. It's important to know that no matter what emotions you feel, you're not alone. Listen as people with Parkinson's and their loved ones discuss how they've navigated emotions in the early years with Parkinson's disease. This podcast episode offers personal reflections on steps people can take toward acceptance and real-world advice for those recently diagnosed and beyond. If you've been diagnosed with Parkinson's in the past two years, you can play a critical role in the Parkinson's Progression Markers Initiative (PPMI) study. Learn more at michaeljfox.org/podcast-newlydiagnosed The online part of PPMI is open to anyone over age 18 in the U.S. Join the study that could change everything at michaeljfox.org/podcast-ppmi Like our podcasts? Please consider leaving a rating or review and sharing the series with your network. apple.co/3p02Jw0
Cobra Kai season 5 dropped on Netflix September 9th, and we've given everyone a couple weeks to catch up on all the latest from Johnny and Daniel son. Season 5 brings the pain, along with endless action and plot twists that deepen the overall story of the Karate Kid universe. The addition of Silver has brought a Pandora's box to the show, and fans are loving it. We break down our favorite moments, highlights and share our thoughts on where season 6 could take us. This will be a spoiler heavy discussion on the series. We also take a look back at 1985's Teen Wolf, starring Michael J. Fox on Retro Rewind. You can find us on social media using the links below. Instagram: @Popxcast Twitter: @Popxcast Facebook: Popxcast YouTube: Popxcast DISCORD ► Discord Server: https://discord.gg/8AJuksQ9pR HOSTS ► Joseph Burke - Twitter: https://twitter.com/josephburkearts Austin Burke - Twitter: https://twitter.com/theburk3nator Lindsay Badger - Twitter: https://twitter.com/lrbadger Official Web Site: www.popxcast.com Where science fiction meets pop culture. POPX is a podcast based around geek culture covering everything from comics, movies, gaming, television and beyond. ©POPXCAST MEDIA
February 7-13, 1987 This week Ken welcomes listener and author of the new, must buy, book "Flick Attack", Rod Lott. Ken and Rod discuss Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, completing your life long dreams, John Brennan from the Real World, cowboys, hating most people, Near Dark, Lance Hendrickson, the importance of video stores, loving Ann-Margaret, mid season replacement season, grandparents putting back issues of TV Guide aside for you, the movie listings, feeling like you're in the future, Blade Runner, growing up in Central Time, the final season of The Facts of Life, Fall Preview, The Playboy Channel, Saturday Morning Cartoons, "Larry" Fishburne, Bruce Willis' The Return of Bruno, Easy Street, Partners in Crime, Loni Anderson, Lynda Carter, Nothing is Easy the show formerly known as Together We Stand, Elliot Gould, reboots, Commander USA, Kate & Allie, My Sister Sam, the first live episode of SNL Ken ever saw, Pee Wee Herman, Drew Barrymore hosting SNL, Frontier Gynecologists, Vampire's Kiss, After Hours, how Motorama is basically The Wizard, TV's Bloopers and Practical Jokes, Len Sella's Silly Cinemas, Stillwatch, CBS Made For-TV movies, loving Charles Rocket, Not Necessarily The News, Carol Burnett, Perfect Strangers, Head of the Class, Gimme a Break, Family Ties, Michael J Fox, Cheers, Friday Night Videos, The Paper Chase, CBN, The 700 Club, following up on 60 Minutes subjects, watching TV while eating dinner, and the mystery of George Cooker's The Corn is Green.
Riding high of a decade of triumph, Disney was hoping to capture the boy demographic with their Jules Verne inspired adventure Atlantis: The Lost Empire. But despite impressive, CG enhanced animation and a strong voice cast led by Michael J. Fox and Leonard Nimoy, the film was the first Disney animated feature in over a decade to disappoint at the box office. Join Sebastian and Richard as they decipher the secrets of the sunken kingdom to determine how this enjoyable romp fell short.
On this early episode, we chat with longtime friend of the show and the best Co-Host of Trick or Treat Radio, Michael Ravenshadow, join us as we discuss one awesome flick, The Frighteners!If you like wax melts and smell good stuff! Check out our sponsor at https://www.etsy.com/listing/1214448022/spooky-soy-wax-melt-box-set-highly and use code TFTP20 for 20% offCheck out House of Mysterious Secrets @ HouseofMysteriousSecrets.com and use our discount code 4130 to save 10% on some awesome horror merch now!!!Talesfromthepodcast.comhttps://instagram.com/tales_from_the_podcasthttps://twitter.com/TalesFromThePodhttps://facebook.com/groups/talesftalesfromthepodcast.comromthepodcastAnd can contact me through my and email us here at email@example.com
Artificial intelligence may help physicians identify patients at risk for Parkinson's Disease (PD) before symptoms develop, improving health care and possibly zeroing in on potential causes of PD. Restricting access to technology can generate disastrous consequences. Why, then, are 'green' politicians so eager to ban these useful tools? Join our directors of bio-sciences and medicine Cameron English and Dr. Chuck Dinerstein as they break down these stories on episode 21 of the Science Dispatch podcast. Parkinson's Disease Gets Diagnostic Help From Artificial Intelligence Parkinson's Disease is one of several degenerative diseases in our neurologic system. It has a celebrity patient, Michael J. Fox. Still, with a million patients living with the disease in the US and sixty thousand new diagnoses annually, it lacks a biomarker to aid in early detection. An artificial intelligence program looking at nocturnal breathing may change that and, ultimately, how we care for these patients. Woodstock 99: A Lesson in Preventing Civilizational Collapse Some 400,000 people attended Woodstock 99 in Rome, New York. The weekend-long music festival ended in preventable disaster, and it offers an important lesson to policymakers and activists eager to ban important technologies.
“Where we're going we don't need roads.” In this episode Dave Demarest, Glenn Thompson, and Coree Burton talk about 1985's blockbuster action-comedy “Back to the Future” starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. We'll give our thoughts on the movie, go over favorite scenes as well as some things we learned about the production online, do some trivia, award an MVP/6th man of the movie, and talk about some things we watched over the week. You can follow Dave on Instagram, Twitter, and Letterboxd @ddem2000, Coree is on IG @ckevinb84, and Glenn is also on IG and Twitter @glennthompson11 and you can check out his website by going to https://glenn-thompson.com. We also have an Instagram and Twitter for this show @wasitthatbadpod give us a follow there we regularly post polls, quizzes, show updates, etc. You can talk about this movie or any other movie or show with Dave, Glenn, Coree, and many other great people by joining the “Movie and Television Talk” Facebook group, just type that into a group search and we're the red cover photo. And if you're enjoying this show please rate and subscribe, thanks for listening! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/david-demarest9/support
Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to “In A World Arena” for tonight's bout! In the green corner weighing in at the weight of the world are the guys from Exceptionally Bad, in the white corner weighing in with nonsensical plots and terrible dialogue is your reigning champion, Teen Wolf, Too! Lets get ready to shed! The guys (Ben, Bracken, Brant, and Nate) review this follow up to the Michael J. Fox original. Is this film Exceptionally Bad or just Bad? This movie stars Jason Bateman, Kim Darby, John Astin, Paul Sand, James Hampton, Mark Holton, Estee Chandler, Robert Neary and Stuart Fratkin. Follow us on Instagram @ExceptionallyBad and Twitter @XceptionallyBad or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our website at exceptionallybad.com Teen Wolf Too (1987) was Directed by Christopher Leitch, Produced by Kent Bateman, Thomas Coleman, and Michael Rosenblatt, and Written by Jeff Loeb (characters), Matthew Weisman (characters), Jeph Loeb, and Tim Kring. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Es gab immer wieder Beschwerden dass wir in gewissen Folgen etwas zu sehr über die Stränge geschlagen haben mit unserem Trinkverhalten, dafür wollen wir uns entschuldigen und gleichzeitig dieses neue Format vorstellen: Sufffolgen! In dieser Episode haben wir wichtige Themen wie: ET macht eine Prostatauntersuchung. Michael J. Fox trinkt Ueli Bier. The Rent Hill and Boobs Spencer in drei Finger für ein Halleljulia. Ausserdem wird getrunken. Viel. Nicht gesund. Nicht vorbildlich. Wir haben euch gewarnt. Don't try this at home. Kommentare, Feedback oder eure Ideen für weitere Episoden könnt ihr uns gerne über die sozialen Netzwerke oder per Mail an email@example.com zukommen lassen, folgt uns damit ihr nichts verpasst, abonniert uns und empfiehlt uns gerne weiter! Dangge! https://www.facebook.com/cineswiss https://instagram.com/cineswiss?igshid=1cjo0dgnqvsrd https://boxd.it/10TmB https://www.cine-swiss.ch --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cineswiss/message
This week's guest is Valeria Gary.Have you ever wondered about the impacts on phonation for those who suffer from Parkinson's Disease (PD)? In this episode, we speak with Valeria Gary who is a Health Coach and a Speech Language pathologist working within the healthcare industry. In 2015, Valeria transitioned her career as an SLP, to providing therapy to patients with PD, and works as a volunteer for Parkinson's Foundation in Georgia and as the owner of Total Body Cognition and Southeast Parkinson's Speech Services.Currently, there are approximately 10 million people worldwide suffering from PD and in our conversation, Valeria explains that PD is a neurodegenerative disease, which means that it impacts the brain and the patient gradually worsens over time. She tells us that at this time, there are no known causes or cures for PD, however, with the correct medications and support, patients can maintain a good quality of life.PD not only impacts the body but Valeria talks about the many ways it can affect phonation, such as patients experiencing reduced volume, monotone pitch and breathiness or hoarseness in the voice. She stresses that early intervention is most beneficial for the patient and it is easier to maintain function than to regain some. Valeria describes the clinical work she does with her patients, demonstrates some of the vocal exercises she uses along with their desired outcomes and how we as a voice community can create inclusive spaces for PD patients to enjoy and reap the benefits of singing. This is an informative and important episode for all of us to learn more about this terrible disease.In this episode04:06 — Valeria Gray's Health Background 06:56 — Specializing in Parkinson's Disease 08:56 — Michael J. Fox's Impact on Parkinson's Awareness12:11 — Early Signs of Parkinson's Disease 15:15 — Is Parkinson's Disease Fatal?17:47 — Deep Brain Stimulation's Benefit18:33 — Development of Speech Degeneration21:33 — Valeria's Treatment Plan for Patients26:44 — Barriers of Speech Therapy 29:25 — Frequency of Treatment31:20 — Youngest Parkinson's Disease Patient31:54 — Patients Experiencing Depression and Anxiety33:13 — Singing and Parkinson's40:35 — Cure for Parkinson's Disease45:17 — Raising Awareness for Parkinson's Disease46:24 — SpeechVive DeviceFor more go to https://drmarisaleenaismith.com/81Like this episode? Please leave a review here - even one sentence helps!Follow me on Instagram.
Jason interviews Assistant Director David McGiffert about his new book "The Best Seat in the House" in which David discusses working on movies such as King Kong '76, Tootsie, Rain Man, the Back to The Future Trilogy, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Batman Returns, TFC ep ""And All Through The House"" and more. He also tells storys of working with Sydney pollack, Natalie Wood, Dustin Hoffman, Bill Murray, Paul Newman, Willie Nelson, Rip Torn, Peter Weir, Bob gale, Robert Zemeckis, Tom Cruise, Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Tom Wilson, Robin Williams, Terry Gilliam, Tim Burton, Christopher Walken, John Travolta, Jim Carrey and Cameron Crowe.
While we're taking a bit of a break, we're re-releasing some of our earlier episodes with a little added commentary from us at the beginning and end! So here's part one of episode 36, where we cover the 1985 movie, Teen Wolf! This originally aired in March of 2021, enjoy!Hungry for new episodes? Come join us on Patreon for access to 40+ Patreon-exclusive bonus episodes!Our InstagramOur WebsiteOur FacebookOur TikTokMusic: Tonight At EightBy Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comMusic : Hackers By Karl Casey @ White Bat AudioSupport the show
Back to the Future is an example of a perfect movie, and the trilogy is possibly the best movie trilogy of all time. And we're here to tell you why. What makes Doc the quintessential eccentric scientist in movie history? Why is it so hard for Marty to keep from being cool for just one day? How many times does Biff eat shit and why does it never get old?Wanna get into some BS with us? PATREON: Patreon.com/BanterAndSuchINSTAGRAM: @BanterAndSuchPodcastWEBSITE: theheliosnetwork.comThe Clambake IncidentYour Comedy Tertiary Sports and slice of life in Clam Harbor MaineListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Nother RealmA portal has opened to Nother Realm, a dimension of magic, mystery, and danger.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
On this Saturday Night Grit, Jeff, Justin, and Scott talk about the upcoming Grit City Comic Show, Justin's continuing werewolf movie project, upcoming guests, area restaurants with new owners, fair food, and more! 00:15 – The show kicks off with Scott talking about Nate Diaz fighting the night of the recording, Jeff reveals the code word of the day, and talks about having fun in the discord. Justin gives a shout-out to the GCP's dedicated listeners, comic book grading services they'll offer at Grit City Comic Show, and their plans to have Ken back on the podcast. They make plans for a GCP after party during the event, special guests to have at the party, and Justin shares Mark Monlux's kick starter for his Atomic Age Alien Series. 18:07 – Justin gives props to Michael J Fox in the Teen Wolf movie, Jeff and Scott share their recent man date at The Valley, and who they saw perform there. They discuss plans to meet with the Peterson brothers to talk about their next adventure, reflect on Rainer Beer commercials from the past, and other upcoming guests they're going to have on. 35:25 – Justin talks about the recent TikTok celebrity he met, plans to have them on the podcast, and encourages listeners to keep track of what's happening at their local libraries. He talks about visiting the Tacoma Moon Festival, Jeff talks about partying it up in Tacoma, and enjoying the late night food at Matador. Justin dives into Grit City Grub, talks about two older Tacoma restaurants with new owners, and the soft re-opening of the Pine Cone Café. 53:04 – Justin talks about who took over Spuds Pizza Parlor, what changes people should expect with the restaurant, and why chicken and jojo's are one of his fave comfort foods. Scott talks about making wonton nachos, they discuss plans to visit the fair to enjoy some fair food, and Justin closes out talking about who they plan to speak with at the Union Club next week.
BACK TO THE FUTURE PART III picks up immediately after the cliff-hanger ending of the second movie, with Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) receiving a letter from a stranded but happy Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd), after a freak burst of lightning struck the DeLorean. Discovering that Doc was killed a week after writing the letter, Marty travels back to The Old West in 1885 to rescue his eccentric friend... For such a beloved franchise, the BACK TO THE FUTURE series has always carried some ideas that are a little strange; a teenager that's best friends with a reclusive 60-something year old local oddball seems a slightly odd choice of protagonist in the cold light of day as does Marty's plan in the original movie to pretend to try to rape his own mother in order to help George win Lorraine's affection whilst the existential dread of Marty coming back to a new house and truck and meeting fresh versions of his family, inferring a life that he didn't live all the while carrying memories of a life that no longer exists is never directly addressed to my knowledge. After the high concept, great execution smash hit success of the first movie and the haywire craziness of PART II, the third film in the BTTF franchise suffers by feeling a little bit too small in comparison. Reversing the chemistry of the two leads, where Doc finds himself acting on his emotions when falling in love with Clara (Mary Steenburgen) whilst Marty has to stay calm and rational, is a charming way to round out the series and show how our characters have grown but overall the Old West setting is a bit uninteresting and a series known for zest and invention kind of fizzles out a little. Don't expect all the Dads to agree on that take, or do, it's not up to me but do expect some discussion of the persistent and recurring incest themes, hot and confusing though they are.
Season Finale! Johannes Grenzfurthner joins Sean and Nicole to discuss his horror film Masking Threshold, 1985 scifi comedy classic Back to the Future, and the perils of isolated inquiry. “How is that a movie?” -Eric Hillis How does Masking Threshold's Protagonist fit in with Christopher Lloyd's Doc and Michael J. Fox's Marty? Are all their struggles caused by their dads? What do these films say about US America's decline? All that plus the trouble with squids. Masking Threshold is distributed by Drafthouse Films and will be available to stream in October. Johannes's new feature Razzennest will premiere at Fantastic Fest this September 2022! Transcript Links Masking Threshold Masking Threshold on Letterboxd Razzennest Johannes Grenzfurthner Jasmin Hagendorfer Eric Hillis on Masking Threshold Janet Maslin on Back to the Future Ebert on Back to the Future Cucalorus Film Fest Terror Molins Film Fest Vienna Porn Film Fest Transition Queer film Fest Johannes at HOPE conference GI Bill + Black Veterans Wes House on HP Lovecraft's White Supremacy Boston makes bus free MTA spends more on New Cops than Fare Evasion TV Tropes: Mad Scientist Buzz Aldrin punches a conspiracy theorist The Act of Killing Compliance Patreon, twitter, IG, website Sean IG/Nicole IG, twitter Music by Kevin MacLeod License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecelluloidmirror/message
Remember when you were a kid and eagerly waiting for that next episode of Family Ties, so you could pick up the continuing action of the Keaton family from the week before? But then they hit you with some weak-sauce clip show where nothing happens except Michael J. Fox getting some time off to film Teen Wolf VI? Well, many have suspected that Vergil is up to something similar in Book 5. We seem to go from the high drama and pathos of Book 4 to competitive paddling and “everybody gets a trophy” day. What happened to the “epic”? But maybe this isn't just time-killing filler. Maybe Vergil is letting us catch our breath and setting up the next dark turn in these exiles' fate. Hang on to that rudder, keep an eye on those rocks, and be prepared to nudge your pilot into the brine if need be.
Ross' birthday month opens with Stuart Little (1999), a film to soothe his inner child. Carie gets far too weepy over a CGI mouse voiced by Michael J. Fox, Ross comments on the absurdity of setting up a legal framework for adopting an orphaned mouse, and of course both the siblings talk about the startling fact that Stuart Little is not a mouse in the original book. Our Patreon Copyright 2022 Sorry Mom Productions
Soul Driven with Michael Levine Called by USA Today, "one of Hollywood's brightest and most respected executives," Michael Levine has been responsible for the renowned public relations campaigns for, among others, Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand, Charlton Heston, Linda Evans, Jon Voight, Suzanne Somers, John Larroquette and Sidney Sheldon. His clients have run from movie stars Michael J. Fox, Demi Moore and Mickey Rooney; to sports heroes Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Nancy Kerrigan; to television personalities Hal Linden and Mary Hart; to music figures Fleetwood Mac, Janet Jackson, Tom Petty and David Bowie; to comics such as Sandra Bernhard and George Carlin; to producer Robert Evans. Corporate entertainment clients have included: The Improvisation Comedy Clubs (nationally), The Comedy Store, Sandollar Productions, The Hollywood Athletic Club, among many others. Regarded by the national media as one of the country's most prominent media expert, Levine has appeared on virtually every major national TV and radio show as a contributing media expert. Frequent appearances on TV include The Today Show, Nightline, Good Morning America, CNN, Fox News, ABC News, MSNBC, PBS, etc. Additionally, Levine appears regularly on radio both nationally and locally. His quotes frequent many major print media ranging from Time Magazine to The Los Angeles Times from Newsweek to The New York Times from U.S.A Today to People Magazine, etc. Levine is the creator of the LBN E-Lert (Levine Breaking News), one of the world's premier online newsletters, feeding the latest insider breaking news to approximately 474,000 “influencers” in all 50 of the United States and 26 foreign countries including China, India, Japan, Australia, Russia, England, Israel, Germany, South Africa, Mexico, Canada and Korea. Michael Levine is the author of 19 books, with his most recent titled, “Broken Windows, Broken Business” (Warner Books) www.BrokenWindows.com. His previous book “Guerrilla P.R.” (Harper Collins) is the most widely used introduction to P.R. book in the world, and his books have been translated into six languages. Cable News Network (CNN) said of Levine, "He's as focused as a bullet in flight." The late legendary comedian Steve Allen introduced Michael Levine as the "Michael Jordan of Entertainment P.R." ---------------------------
Two dogs, a cat, and an adventure. That could be the alternate title for the film that Brad and Katie watch this week, Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey. The 1993 film features the voice talents of Michael J. Fox, Sally Fields, and Don Ameche as three pets heading out on a journey to find their family. Will their travels ignite the child in all of us? Or will they leave us wishing they had just stayed put? Find out in this week's episode of Well...I Liked It!
Public policy plays an important role in speeding a cure for Parkinson's. In this episode, experts discuss ways to become a Parkinson's advocate and how you can reach out to your elected officials to help influence change on behalf of the Parkinson's community. Experts also highlight the first-ever legislation solely dedicated to ending Parkinson's disease. Ask your Representative to support The National Plan to End Parkinson's Act at michaeljfox.org/national-plan Recently diagnosed with Parkinson's? You can play a critical role in the Parkinson's Progression Markers Initiative (PPMI) study. Learn more at michaeljfox.org/podcast-newlydiagnosed The online part of PPMI is open to anyone over age 18 in the U.S. Join the study that could change everything at michaeljfox.org/podcast-ppmi Like our podcasts? Please consider leaving a rating or review and sharing the series with your network. apple.co/3p02Jw0
(This is the fifth of five re-releases of host Jessica Patay's favorite episodes from the last two years before we introduce Season 4 of Brave Together.)Jessica loves this episode because she loves good storytelling! Fellow podcaster and friend, Effie Parks, shares about the impact and collision of Michael J Fox into her life and rare disease world.We all need heroes, and every mom who shares her story here is offering something heroic - in vulnerability, they hold up a mirror, a place we can go to witness parts of our own paths, and be reminded that we aren't alone. This journey is hard. Whether it's fellow moms in the trenches, or heroes of a totally different kind - we are surrounded by heroes giving us strength to look ahead.Effie Parks of Once Upon a Gene Podcast shares her story today… about some of the things that one of her own heroes - Michael J Fox - taught her about staying rooted in the present - when the future feels like too much.Find Effie's amazing podcastFind Effie on InstagramJOIN the international community of We Are Brave Together here.Donate to our Retreats and Respite Scholarships here.Donate to keep this podcast going here.Can't get enough of the Brave Together Podcast?Follow our Instagram Page @wearebravetogether or on Facebook.Feel free to contact Jessica Patay via email: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you have any topic requests or if you would like to share a story, leave us a message here.Please leave a review and rating today! We thank you in advance!
In this TSP special interview, the brothers, Alan and Eric Moctezuma along with Nathan H. Taylor join Tom and Steve to discuss their process of local filmmaking in the desert. They discuss casting, budgeting, set locations, upcoming projects, and how much we all want Michael J. Fox to be our sister! So come along with as we learn a thing or two! If you would like to see more of our three guests check the links bellow: Alan & Eric Moctezuma https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Qg6UdnvuBFY8Wl_qenmCg/featured Nathan H. Taylor https://www.facebook.com/NTpicturess
On this week's episode, we are reviewing the 1985 fantasy comedy Teen Wolf starring Michael J. Fox directed by Rod Daniel! Intro IMDB Summary: An ordinary high school student discovers that his family has an unusual pedigree when he finds himself turning into a werewolf. Teen Wolf Review and Discussion ((~ 00:05:51) The Spice Awards ((~ 00:52:36) Best Actor Most Underrated Performance Favorite Scene Salt Award IMDB Wikipedia Rotten Tomatoes We'd be overjoyed if you subscribe to The CinemaMen Podcast and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Also head on over to https://cinemamenpodcast.com to check out new and old episodes. We always love to hear from listeners, so if you have a suggestion or just want to give us your take on a movie feel free to email us at email@example.com or check us out on Twitter at https://twitter.com/cinemamenpod. Support us monetarily (if you are able) at https://anchor.fm/cinemamenpodcast/support. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cinemamenpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cinemamenpodcast/support
We are glamming it up today and we are taking you to Hollywood! In our continuous search for the world's most unique jobs and careers we surely found a diamond today as we had the great honor and pleasure to interview Kristan Serafino. Now Kristan is a hairstylist and not just your regular one. Throughout her 20 year career she has been responsible for the looks of actors like Matthew McConaughey, Robert Pattinson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Daniel Craig, Shawn Mendes, Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, Michael J Fox and the list just goes on and on. Next to being a genius with coiffures (Kristan gave me a lot of good tips and tricks on how to never have a bad hair-day) she is also the most lovely and hard working person you have ever met. She is continuously on the go advising people whether this is on TV programs like Good Morning America or working with people in her salon, that is if she is not on the road for a film project. Kristan is now devoted to growing her hair wax company The Best Paste that is winning lots of awards and accolades at the moment and we talk about her stellar journey as hairstylist, CEO and amazing person in general. Special call-out to Kristan's Chief Operating Officer Doug Church who we also mention in the interview! Doug you rock! So without further ado let's get into a set of new challenges, beautiful hair, great styling tips & tricks and the great glitter and glam of the movie industry for Episode 56 with Kristan Serafino, the Hollywood Hairstylist. More about Kristan's company'The Best Paste' can be found here: https://thebestpaste.com
Listen to Ian Torrance discuss an early classic film by director, Peter Jackson. This week he brings us The Frighteners, starring Michael J. Fox, Dee Wallace, Jake Busey and more. We discuss the differences between serial killers and spree killers, along with the usual nonsensical banter. Have fun and stay spooky! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This episode of the RD80s Podcast is another Memory Jogger Mystery episode where Jason and Wyatt randomly choose from a group of topics (without any prior show notes) and see how much they can remember. After sharing their experience, they can then cheat by using the Google machine to find anything they might have missed from memory.The random topic chosen during the show is Michael J. Fox! Jason and Wyatt jog their memories on the first time they remember watching Michael J. Fox like in the hit TV series Family Ties and the blockbuster film Back to the Future. The hosts go through his filmography, talking about films like Teen Wolf, The Secret of My Success, Life With Mikey, and more films. Jog with us down memory lane as we celebrate the career Michael J. Fox! Links: Michael J. Fox playing "Johnny B. Goode" with Coldplay in 2016 Marty and Doc visit Jimmy Kimmel in 2015 What are your favorite movies and shows featuring Michael J. Fox? Join the conversation by leaving any jogged memories to our show notes on Rediscoverthe80s.com, tweet us @RD80s and @infamouswb or Leave us a VOICEMAIL and we'll air it on our next episode → https://telb.ee/rd80s
Dave and Ethan are joined once again for the third and final part of their interview with Eric Appel, the writer and director of Weird: The Al Yankovic Story, ahead of its release on November 4th on the Roku Channel. Eric shares more inside scoops on the filming of the Funny or Die trailer, Daniel Radcliffe's reaction to being cast as Weird Al in the film, and even an anecdote about working with Michael J. Fox!
Ever seen a 5'5" point guard with a 56" vertical leap? Probably not, unless you've witnessed Michael J. Fox in his classic 80's film "Teen Wolf"! One of my oldest friends, Ryan Meyer, comes on the pod to discuss the ins and outs of this movie, including observations that most basketball coaches may not notice. We had a great time recording this, so enjoy the same banter we've had for almost forty years!
On today's rendition of Backstage Pass we're joined by actress, writer, math genius, and an advocate for education Danica McKellar. Also known as Winnie Cooper from her starring role in The Wonder Years. Today she hangs with Gentry to talk about her newest children's book 'Double Puppy Trouble' a picture book dedicated to making mathematics simple and fun. She describes what it was like growing up being a child actress and what The Wonder Years set was actually like. Danica explains how her busy childhood on set may have led her to writing children's books. Gentry asks the famous math PHD how he can help his young daughter get through pre-algebra and Danica tells Gentry to 'Kiss My Math'. The childhood sweetheart who stole hearts aplenty reveals who her childhood crush was nearly the second she was asked. The two talk about The Wonder Years, Michael J Fox, being a child actress, and so much more in today's episode of Backstage Pass. Make sure to subscribe and follow for the latest episodes. Rate and Review the show please and thank you! See ya Backstage!
From Teen Wolf 1&2 as Chubby to Pee Wee's Big adventure as Frances Buxton. Mark Holton has A Decades long acting career most folks only dream of. Join us as we talk about working with Michael J Fox, Jason Bateman, Paul Reubens. His childhood and of course cereal
From the mailroom to the boardroom is the theme this week. Michael J. Fox's "The Secret of My Success" (1987) was a film young Adam liked and still does. Matt thinks it needs a little recasting and definitely a new soundtrack. "The Hudsucker Proxy" (1994) was a box office disaster for the Coen Brothers, but they followed it up with "Fargo". An homage to 50's romantic comedies, Matt was bored and thought it a little over the top, which was what Adam really liked about it. Both would have recast the Paul Newman role. No show next week. Perhaps, Matt might not be so grumpy on the next episode.Thanks for listening!Did we get something wrong? Have your own recommendations? Contact the show: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/24theRoadShow
Many people with Parkinson's consider telehealth a useful tool for getting care. But for some, the technology or visit may be tough to navigate. In this episode, experts discuss how to make the most of a virtual visit with a doctor and the impact of telehealth on research and care. Recently diagnosed with Parkinson's? You can play a critical role in the Parkinson's Progression Markers Initiative (PPMI) study. Connect with the PPMI team at michaeljfox.org/podcast-ppmi-sites The online part of PPMI is open to anyone over age 18 in the U.S. Join the study that could change everything at michaeljfox.org/podcast-ppmi Like our podcasts? Please consider leaving a rating or review and sharing the series with your network. apple.co/3p02Jw0
Walking is a complex skill. So, shares Catherine Kopil, PhD, in the third episode of our “Parkinson's Science POV” podcast series. Gait requires a symphony of connections between the brain and body, which makes it one of the hardest Parkinson's symptoms to treat. Kopil, MJFF Senior Vice President of Clinical Research, and Chief Scientific Officer Mark Frasier, PhD, discuss progress toward understanding the neuroscience of gait challenges, such as walking, balancing, shuffling steps and freezing. They talk about treatments in testing and the use of digital technology to measure and predict gait changes in people with PD. Much of this work is happening in our landmark Parkinson's Progression Markers Initiative (PPMI) study. Join today at www.michaeljfox.org/podcast-PPMI to contribute to new discoveries and better measures of disease. PPMI especially needs people recently diagnosed with Parkinson's or with certain risk factors such as smell loss or acting out dreams. Anyone over the age of 18 in the United States can join through its online platform. Outside the U.S.? View a list of international recruiting sites at www.michaeljfox.org/ppmi-recruiting-sites. Like our podcasts? Please consider leaving a rating or review and sharing the series with your network. https://apple.co/3p02Jw0
As a writer, you will have to deal with rejection. First, do not beat yourself up emotionally. Second, hit play and hang out with us as we talk about hit movies and television shows rejected by Hollywood's best. Including BACK TO THE FUTURE, PULP FICTION, and STRANGER THINGS.
July 15-21: Jack Nicholson has trouble, eBay hits Buy It Now, Fred Willard goes to the movies, David Arquette is a freak, Ross Perot quits, Michael J. Fox is mousey, Breaking Bad hits the home stretch, and skinny James Gandolfini. All that and more, this week on Thirty Twenty Ten.
Episode 154 Part 2 of Clash of the Titles is here! The podcast that takes two films with something in common to see which one does it better. There's ghost in my house, I can't abide? In the blue corner Michael J Fox plays you for a ghoul in 1996's The Frighteners ***Please rate and review us on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your pods. It means a lot and makes it easy for other people to find us. Thank you!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Get ready for an incredible journey...tune in this week as we chat about one of our childhood favorites! How were the animals trained so well? Just how many were used for each pet? What did Michael J. Fox have to ad-lib after his dog counterpart got too excited? We dive into all of that and more. We also break down the many guest voices in the second film, including both Hollywood and sports legends! Stay to the end for trivia, and enjoy! FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @themagicfandompodcast! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week we have a look at the 1996 film The Frighteners. This is Episode #375!The Frighteners is a 1996 supernatural comedy horror film directed by Peter Jackson and co-written with Fran Walsh. The film stars Michael J. Fox, Trini Alvarado, Peter Dobson, John Astin, Dee Wallace Stone, Jeffrey Combs, R. Lee Ermey and Jake Busey. The Frighteners tells the story of Frank Bannister (Fox), an architect who practices necromancy, developing psychic abilities allowing him to see, hear, and communicate with ghosts after his wife's murder. He initially uses his new abilities to befriend ghosts, whom he sends to haunt people so that he can charge them handsome fees for "exorcising" the ghosts. However, the spirit of a mass murderer appears able to attack the living and the dead, posing as the ghost of the Grim Reaper, prompting Frank to investigate the supernatural presence.
In the United States today marks the day that a revolution gave us our independence from England. Many movies also show us characters that fight against oppression, reminding us that we can stand together and fight for justice for all. This week we celebrate by rebelling! Whether it's the rebel alliance or just a breakfast club, it is important to be reminded to treat everyone fairly. We are all on this Earth together! News A Back to the Future musical is headed to Broadway in 2023 John Williams is stepping away from movie music Michael J Fox will be given an honorary Oscar for his work on Parkinsons awareness Bill Nye just got hitched and is getting ready for a new show on Peacock next month Amazon Freevee adds a 24 hour ALF channel What we're Enjoying Jay watched Men With Brooms. A Canadian film with Leslie Nielsen that was recommended by Earbud Mike. If you want to experience a feel good story about curling, this one's for you! Shua jumped into the next frontier, but not with Star Trek. Instead he has jumped right on board The Orville season 3. With its ramped up budget and timely stories, this is a good one. Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Be sure to check out Jay's articles on Retrozap.com. The Handmaid's Tale is a chilling piece of speculative fiction. This movie deserves a revisit to remind us that society has the potential to take a serious turn for the frighteningly worse. Jay breaks it down and compares it to our world today. And don't forget his articles on MCULocationScout.com for some great, interactive maps of filming locations. Enjoy Movies! Movies are a rich landscape of revolutions and rebellions. For decades cinema has been a place to tell of the bravery and heroics of rebels from the past, present, and future. Listen in for a listing of movies that we found rebellion in. Which movies do you feel are good examples of rebellion? How do they inspire you to make a difference? Are you reading all the show notes? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Freedom!” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
Holmberg's Morning Sickness - The Entertainment Drill - Thursday June 23, 2022
15 Year Catch Up: We have some catching up to do as some fine listeners have sent in some audio and some kind words about your favorite boys, Jim and Them.Death And The Modern Blockbuster: With all of these legacy sequels and reunions of original characters from the past 40+ years, it's amazing that most of them are still alive! Who is the next to go and what will it mean to you?Who's To Blame?: Who is actually at fault for all of the bad Star Wars we have to deal with? Is it solely Kathleen Kennedy or is it more complicated than that? Also where is all of the E.T. 40th Anniversary Merch!?DON'T KNOW HOW TO FEEL!, MORALITY WISE!, BREAKING BAD!, FELINA!, RETENTION!, PODCASTS!, END OF EACH PARTS!, EVERY FRIDAY!, CUMMIES!, PATREON!, TAKE ME TO CHURCH!, NOAH!, ARNOFSKY!, SKIM AND THEM!, HANG!, CASINO!, CATCH UP!, 15 YEAR CELEBRATION!, EMAILS!, AUDIO!, PEEPAW!, WHAR!, TWFS!, ARCHIVES!, SLING BLADE!, PODCAST SCUM!, SWEAR EDIT!, #727 PART 1!, BACKGROUND MUSIC!, MONTAGE!, GRIM HARALD!, ICELAND!, CHINESE HIP HOP!, IN BEIJING!, WATCH THIS!, JURASSIC WORLD DOMINION!, LEGACY SEQUALS!, REQUELS!, SCREAM!, NEVE CAMPBELL!, NOT COMING BACK!, DEWEY!, BLOCKBUSTER!, FRANCHISES!, STAR WARS!, ROBIN WILLIAMS!, DEATHS!, CARRIE FISCHER!, HAN SOLO!, HARRISON FORD!, MARK HAMILL!, SPIDERVERSE!, LOU FERRIGNO!, CAVILL!, BATMAN!, BEN AFFLECK!, SNYDER CUT!, PAUL WALKER!, FAST AND FURIOUS!, DIGITAL PAUL WALKER!, STAN LEE!, BLACK PANTHER!, WAKANDA FOREVER!, T'CHALLA!, CHADWICK BOSEMAN!, M'BAKU!, HAROLD RAMIS!, GHOSTBUSTERS!, CG DEAD PEOPLE!, FLOODGATES!, THE RISE OF SKYWALKER!, HERO MOMENT!, DOC BROWN!, BACK TO THE FUTURE!, UNIVERSAL STUDIOS!, JURASSIC PARK!, DARTH VADER!, JAMES EARL JONES!, OBI-WAN KENOBI!, YOUNG LEIA!, BOBA FETT!, KATHLEEN KENNEDY!, JJ ABRAMS!, JOSH TRANK!, COLIN TREVORROW!, WHO'S TO BLAME!?, NOT SPECIAL!, REDEEM!, JON FAVREAU!, DAVE FILONI!, THE LAST JEDI!, RLM!, SUBVERT EXPECTATIONS!, E.T.!, 40TH ANNIVERSARY!, YOUTHS!, LADIES!, GODFATHER!, MARLON BRANDO!, DEAD BY DAWN!, JON WILLIAMS!, MICHAEL J FOX!, COREY FELDMAN!, GOONIES!, CHRISTOPHER LLOYD!, DEADITE!, BRUCE CAMPBELL!, RAY LIOTTA!, SAMUEL L JACKSON!, SPIKE LEE!, PULP FICTION!, NEW BOND!, COBRA KAI!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!
This week Mike welcomes one of his all time heroes, Michael J. Fox. Not only is Michael a five time Emmy award winning actor who has starred in ‘Family Ties' and ‘Back to The Future,' but his foundation has raised over 1 billion dollars to help fund Parkinson's research programs. This week Mike and Michael work out material about not getting the Hugh Jackman treatment at the airport and Michael offers profound wisdom like: “You have to accept the truth of the situation before you address it.”For a written transcript of this episode, click here.Please consider donating to: The Michael J. Fox Foundation