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There's a new show on the Network! Join Tracy Barnett, Alex Flanigan, Bee Zelda, and Jeff Stormer as they play and test Iron Edda Reforged!A house has collapsed and the neighborhood of Puppet Strings mobilizes to help. New faces, new places. Puppet Strings is an actual/playtest of Iron Edda Reforged, Season One - Jotunheim. Written and designed by Tracy Barnett, performed by Alex Flanigan, Bee Zelda, and Jeff Stormer. Edited by Jupiter Alchys.Music is Neon by Scott Buckley and A doe running on the beach at dusk, by bisou de l'enfant sauvage. Used under a Creative Commons License.If you like this show, help make sure it continues in its current form! Follow this link to Kickstarter to back the project and fund a zine, this podcast, and a video actual play!
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Samantha Durbin's acid was just kicking in as she entered an Oakland donut shop to score a handmade map to a secret warehouse party. On that chilly winter night in 1996, she ended up dancing to pulsing beats and kaleidoscopic lights until the sun came up. Thinking back to her first rave, Samantha remembers it feeling “like a neon space carnival.” Soon the highschool sophomore was chasing after bigger parties and higher highs every weekend. In her new memoir, “Raver Girl: Coming of Age in the 90s” Durbin bring readers along to sweat-soaked raves at roller rinks and farm fields, into a world of comically huge pants and ridiculously tripped-out teenagers, where there's always room for one more to join the cuddle puddle in the corner of the chill room. Listen to the podcast to hear us discuss candyflipping, raver fashion, and, of course, Homebase – the legendary Oakland venue that hosted some of the most massive underground parties the Bay Area has ever seen. To see photos related to this episode: https://eastbayyesterday.com/episodes/like-a-neon-space-carnival/ East Bay Yesterday can't survive without your support. Please donate to keep this show alive: www.patreon.com/eastbayyesterday
Aki, Rani, and Eydis get some new information and take to a new location to discuss its implications. Puppet Strings is an actual/playtest of Iron Edda Reforged, Season One - Jotunheim. Written and designed by Tracy Barnett, performed by Alex Flanigan, Bee Zelda, and Jeff Stormer. Edited by Jupiter Alchys.Tracks used are Neon and Cobalt, both by Scott Buckley. Used under a Creative Commons License.If you like this show, help make sure it continues in its current form! Follow this link to Kickstarter to back the project and fund a zine, this podcast, and a video actual play!
Introducing... Five Minute Fight: Breaking Bad ~Reflections~ on... Neon's unique MEMORIA release Hosted by your own personal cinematic Robert Wagner and Christopher Walken! Sponsored by Revelator Coffee Music by Splash '96 Cover photo credit: "When Walt Jr. Eats Breakfast - Breaking Bad" Facebook page
This week we're looking back at all of the Daniel Craig 007 films. We discuss the new James Bond of Casino Royale, all the way to his goodbye in No Time to Die. We also discuss, Rob Zombie, Neon vs A24 drama, a permanent theatrical release, new Sean Baker, and much more, tune in! Sign up for a Letterboxd Pro or Patron account and save 20% using the discount code: "monolith"or by clicking here
In Episode 9 of Season 2 I Speak to a long time fan of the show Neon Wicked. I had the privilege to meet Neon through my travels , in concert at the Wuster Palladium and keeping in contact with him has shown me he always sees the postive side of things when life hits him with so many adversity's. We speak about his love of music how he's overcome his adversity's in life and more!
Get in the car, film nerds, we're watching Titane, the latest mind-bending (and gear-grinding?) French feature from Julia Ducournau (Raw). Special guest Ema Sasic joins us to unpack all the twists, turns, and detours in this Palme d'Or winner, which premiered at Cannes earlier this year—with Ducournau being the first female filmmaker to win the award solo. The film, which is now available in limited release through Neon, stars Agathe Rousselle, Vincent Lindon, Garance Marillier, and Laïs Salameh. Intro Music: “Moonstone” by Jazzinuf Show Notes: 00:00:00 – Intro and Herbie: Fully Loaded 00:03:35 – Titane review Links: Follow us on Twitter: Jon Negroni, Will Ashton Check out our Cinemaholics Merch! Leave us a voicemail using The “Swell” App. We post new prompts every week or so. Check out our Patreon to support Cinemaholics! Email your feedback to cinemaholicspodcast [at] gmail.com. Connect with Cinemaholics on Facebook and Twitter. Support our show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cinemaholics See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In what is seeming to be becoming the Netflix original movies bread and butter, Kate is a Japanese stylized assassin flick. Neon, swords, and cool fighting sequences make this action genre. If you like that, then Kate is in your wheelhouse. (Spoilers)Don't forget to subscribe to the show!You can also follow us on social media Facebook: @WereYouNotEntertainedTwitter: @WYNEpodcast#KateNetflix #Netflix #KateMovie #MoviesatHome #MovieReview #movies #podcast #podernfamily #MoviePodSquad
It's time for this week's show! Not next week's, not last week's, THIS WEEK'S SHOW! And on this week's show, John and El'Ahrai review "Titane" and "The Awakening"! Doesn't that sound exciting? Because I have the ability to understand facts, that makes me a liberal?
Busy day with callers on The Blitz. Questions like... Paternity suit after a brother has passed away Turnaround in a warehouse parking lot is an illegal U-turn? Ticketed for a "too bright" license plate neon lighting Could there be a drug test during a traffic trial? Ex-wife is holding their son's social security number ransom if he'll pay for something else. Resident from Germany has a speeding ticket - can he come back into Ohio? Will signing a non-compete keep the listener from working? Depends on scope and geography detailed in the agreement. And much more - including Norm's story of his run in with the law and his missing front license plates (prior to the new Ohio law). Take note, and learn some lessons on how to handle tough situations with the police. In the studio with Steve, Norm Murdock from Team Blitz and Brett Johnson from Circle270Media Podcast Consultants. Submit your questions to http://www.lawyertalkpodcast.com/ (www.lawyertalkpodcast.com). Recorded at Channel 511, a production of 511 South High Media LLC. Stephen E. Palmer, Esq. has been practicing criminal defense almost exclusively since 1995. He has represented people in federal, state, and local courts in Ohio and elsewhere. Though he focuses on all areas of criminal defense, he particularly enjoys complex cases in state and federal courts. He has unique experience handling and assembling top defense teams of attorneys and experts in cases involving allegations of child abuse (false sexual allegations, false physical abuse allegations), complex scientific cases involving allegations of DUI and vehicle homicide cases with blood alcohol tests, and any other criminal cases that demand jury trial experience. Steve has unique experience handling numerous high publicity cases that have garnered national attention. For more information about Steve and his law firm, visit https://www.ohiolegaldefense.com/ (Yavitch & Palmer Co., L.P.A.) Support this podcast
I believe that most indie filmmakers have a dream of making a feature film, getting accepted to the Sundance Film Festival, and that film would be fought over in a massive bidding war that generates millions of dollars for the filmmakers. I've called this dream the lottery ticket mentally. I always say that someone wins the lottery every week somewhere.Well, today's guest is that lottery ticket winner. Today on the show we have director Max Barbakow, the filmmaker behind the largest sale at Sundance in history. His film Palm Springs sold for a record-breaking $17.5 million and .69¢. Those last cents are what broke the record.The film stars Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti, and J.K. Simmons and was acquired by NEON and Hulu at the festival.When carefree Nyles and reluctant maid of honor Sarah have a chance encounter at a Palm Springs wedding, things get complicated when they find themselves unable to escape the venue, themselves, or each other.I've always wanted to know what it was like to be a fly on the wall during a bidding war at Sundance. In today's episode, I take you through the improbable journey of this first-time feature filmmaker and his adventures of getting his film Palms Springs from the page to the Sundance record books.You can watch Palm Springs on Hulu.Enjoy my conversation with Max Barbakow.
A house has collapsed and the neighborhood of Puppet Strings mobilizes to help. New faces, new places. Puppet Strings is an actual/playtest of Iron Edda Reforged, Season One - Jotunheim. Written and designed by Tracy Barnett, performed by Alex Flanigan, Bee Zelda, and Jeff Stormer. Edited by Jupiter Alchys.Music is Neon by Scott Buckley and A doe running on the beach at dusk, by bisou de l'enfant sauvage. Used under a Creative Commons License.If you like this show, help make sure it continues in its current form! Follow this link to Kickstarter to back the project and fund a zine, this podcast, and a video actual play!
Drivers on a dark and lonely stretch of desert highway knew they had made it to the outer edges of the Phoenix area when they saw the bright, flashing lights of a motel sign. It was the 1960s, and the neon sign that served as a beacon to travelers was dubbed the Diving Lady. The motel sign on Main Street in Mesa continues to hold a special place in the hearts of many. What is the history behind this 70 foot motel sign and how did it become a rallying point for Mesa? In this week's episode of Valley 101, a podcast from The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com, producer Maritza Dominguez dives into the iconic landmark's history, its efforts to keep it standing and what it means to local residents in the Valley.
This week's episode marks the return of my buddy Super Smack! I'm really happy to have him back on because we go through is BRAND NEW EP, Neon Blue. Track by track we talk about each song and his influences for them. It was an amazing conversation and an episode you will not want to miss! Check out Neon Blue HERE Or check it out on Spotify HERE Check out the Bit by Bit Foundation! https://www.bitbybitfoundation.org/ Support the Podcast! https://www.patreon.com/stillloadingpod Want to buy some Still Loading merch? https://www.teepublic.com/user/still-loading-podcast
We're mixing up The Juice format for season two.Two women. Asking one another some very raw, vulnerable questions.Expect candid conversations. Aspects of ourselves and our lives we've never shared before. Some uncomfortable truths. And of course, some juicy lessons. It ain't called The Juice for nothing. This is the juiciest Juice episode yet and we think you'll love it.In this episode we discuss:People pleasingWhat we've sacrificed for love in the pastToxic behaviour we rationalise and sometimes also kind of likeWay too much about earthquakes if I'm perfectly honestWe kind of lose it in the second half of this so good luck listeners!Moni recommends:Watching Transhood on Foxtel in Aus and Neon in NZElizabeth recommends:Reading Ghosts by Dolly AldertonMoni is my life coach, biz coach (she helped me create Lemonade!), dear friend and scorpio soul sis. She's a fellow single mum and has dealt with her fair share of lemons throughout her life, but she's turned those adversities into an opportunity to not only grow and evolve, but help others navigating a rough time as well. • Follow Moni on Instagram: @moniquebarry_ • You can find me: @elizabethanile & @lemonadethepodcast • If you enjoyed this chat, why not share it on your social media and tag me and Moni!? We'd be so grateful! • Also, if you've got a sec to leave a review, hit five stars, and subscribe, it would mean the absolute world. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sequels are the order of the day on this week's show! El'Ahrai and John review "No Time To Die" and "Venom: Let There Be Carnage"! Plus assorted other talk! You appear with the tedious inevitability of an unloved season.
In this first episode, the group sits down to answer the neighborhood questions for Puppet Strings and to make characters. Puppet Strings is an actual/playtest of Iron Edda Reforged, Season One - Jotunheim. Written and designed by Tracy Barnett, performed by Alex Flanigan, Bee Zelda, and Jeff Stormer. Edited by Jupiter Alchys.Music is Neon and Machina, both by Scott Buckley. Used under a Creative Commons License.If you like this show, help make sure it continues in its current form! Follow this link to Kickstarter to back the project and fund a zine, this podcast, and a video actual play!
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Here we go again, talkin' movies. This week, John and El'Ahrai bring you reviews of "The Many Saints of Newark" and "Malignant"! So listen and learn something! Should things, at some point, go terribly wrong, it's good to have a place to go. You know, for a cup of tea.
On this episode of Why Watch That:Featuring reviews of the following films at 2021's Toronto International Film Festival:SundownTim Roth stars in writer-director Michel Franco's chilling drama about a wealthy Briton attempting to abandon his life while vacationing in Acapulco.From the outside, it would appear that Neil Bennett (Tim Roth, also at the Festival with Bergman Island), a wealthy Briton vacationing with loved ones at a luxury resort in Acapulco, wants for nothing. Until, that is, a single phone call shatters Neil's idyll: there's been a death in the family, and he, his sister Allison (Charlotte Gainsbourg), and the kids must return to London immediately.At the airport, just before their flight is to depart, Neil pretends to have forgotten his passport at the resort. He insists the others go ahead; he'll catch the next flight. Instead, Neil checks into a budget hotel, drinks beer at the beach, meets a beautiful local named Berenice (Iazua Larios), and begins concocting reasons to delay his return home. What is Neil up to? How long can he linger abroad while his family grieves and contends with legal matters? And what if things go from bad to worse?The story of writer-director Michel Franco's Sundown seems simple, but its twists are riveting and its mysteries rich. As with Franco's Un Certain Regard–winning After Lucia or his TIFF selections April's Daughter and New Order, Sundown is an incisive study of class disparity and familial strife. Roth, who worked with Franco previously on Chronic, is brilliantly cast as the film's enigmatic antihero. His performance is one of immense containment, hinting incrementally at the profound ennui driving Neil to attempt to abandon his enviable life. There is something almost palpably haunted about Neil, and, as he makes his way along this strange journey, his desperate longing will resonate more than you'd expect. -DIANA SANCHEZMexico, 2021Spanish, English84 minutesDirectorMichel FrancoCastTim Roth, Iazua Larios, Charlotte GainsbourgScreenplayMichel Franco7 Prisoners (on Netflix this November)Alexandre Moratto's sophomore film follows a young man who compromises his own sense of friendship and community to survive in an extreme situation.After the TIFF Next Wave Film Festival selection Socrates, director Alexandre Moratto and producer Fernando Meirelles return to TIFF with a compelling tale of modern-day indentured slavery in Brazil.7 Prisoners follows a group of honest men from the countryside who think they are going to São Paulo for work but end up locked in a junkyard, where they are told they must work to pay off steep debts. The place functions like a prison; they are surveilled at gunpoint and their loved ones are threatened. One of the men, Mateus, tries to make a deal with the owner, Luca, saying he can increase productivity if Luca agrees to release them in six months. But it's a slippery slope, and Mateus becomes the boss's assistant in order to get ahead.The heartbreaking story reflects on systemic oppression and corruption, and on how a person can compromise their own sense of friendship and community to survive in an extreme situation. It also depicts the smuggling and cruel exploitation of migrant workers. There are no winners here, as we discover that dire circumstances can make people alternately endearing and naive, or capable of physical and psychological violence. With a thriller touch and stellar performances by Rodrigo Santoro and Christian Malheiros, the film transcends the facile binary of good versus bad to create a sense of urgency about some of the world's most blatant injustices. -DESCRIPTION COURTESY OF TIFFCONTEMPORARY WORLD CINEMABrazil, 2021Portuguese93 minutesDirectorAlexandre MorattoCastChristian Malheiros, Rodrigo Santoro, Bruno Rocha, Vitor Julian, Lucas Oranmian, Cecília Homem de Mello, Dirce ThomazScreenplayThayná Mantesso, Alexandre MorattoPublicistNetflixI'm Your Man (Bleecker Street will release on Friday, September 24)Maria Schrader's unlikely sci-fi rom-com explores human relationships through the inquisitive eyes of a cyborg. Starring Dan Stevens and Maren Eggert.How would you react if the perfect partner were created for you — designed to respond to your every conscious or unconscious need? For scientist Alma Felser (Maren Eggert), the reaction is instant skepticism. She is reluctant when offered a job evaluating a new line of humanoid cyborgs to determine what rights they should be granted in society. She believes it takes more than millions of data points collected from the human population to make a human being. But when research funding for her cuneiform studies at Berlin's Pergamon Museum is dangled, Alma agrees to a three-week trial with Tom (Dan Stevens), an English-accented, rumba-dancing robot who is relentlessly eager to serve one purpose: her happiness.Writer-director Maria Schrader's I'm Your Man playfully interrogates the complexities of companionship and human interactions, as reflected back in the steely gaze of a replicant. Emotions and ego are explored through a full range of relationships: romantic, familial, professional, and, most importantly, the relationship with one's self.Schrader's profound understanding of, and respect for, our internal contradictions is manifested in the relatable Alma. Conveyed with remarkable authenticity by Eggert in her Berlin Silver Bear–winning performance, the scientist's reluctant feelings about cyborg Tom evolve ever so lightly into intimacy, in spite of his direct if perfectly charming advances (powered by the bionically good-looking Stevens of Downton Abbey fame — impressive in an entirely German-language role). It must be said: there aren't many entrants in the sci-fi rom-com subgenre that wholly reflect the human condition. I'm Your Man stands apart as exemplary. -DIANA SANCHEZSPECIAL PRESENTATIONSGermany, 2021German108 minutesDirectorMaria SchraderCastMaren Eggert, Dan Stevens, Sandra Hüller, Hans Löw, Wolfgang Hübsch, Annika MeierScreenplayJan Schomburg, Maria SchraderPublicistBleecker StreetThe Good HouseSigourney Weaver and Kevin Kline play ex-flames who rekindle their romance, in this drama from directors Maya Forbes and Wallace Wolodarsky.“I need a good year.” When Hildy (Sigourney Weaver) makes that pronouncement, she's talking about her sales prospects as a realtor. But there's also an unspoken acknowledgement that her best years just might be behind her. Bold, brash, and practiced in the ways of her affluent New England town, Hildy's barely controlled chaos is a bit too familiar to her friends and family. So is its fuel: booze.Veteran screenwriters Maya Forbes (who also directed Infinitely Polar Bear) and Wallace Wolodarsky adapt and direct Ann Leary's novel as a piercing observation of a woman capable of great charm, but always ready to sabotage her own success when the mood descends. Seeing the risk escalate, her family stages an intervention. It goes about as well as expected.Weaver is a pure pleasure to watch here, perfectly pitching Hildy's captivating side as well as her more vicious moments. A woman who proudly notes that her family has lived in Wendover for almost 300 years, she carries herself with regal bearing, ready to adopt new arrival Rebecca (Morena Baccarin) as a prize. But Hildy's mass of hurts and insecurities are never far from the surface. The only person who seems to see her fully is Frank (Kevin Kline, also appearing in TIFF selection The Starling), a grizzled old flame who earned his wealth with his own hands and may now be ready to take Hildy into his arms again. Wisely, Forbes and Wolodarsky allow us to bask in the bright glow of these two old pros at work. -DESCRIPTION COURTESY OF TIFFGALA PRESENTATIONSUnited States of America, 2021English114 minutesDirectorsMaya Forbes, Wallace WolodarskyCastSigourney Weaver, Kevin Kline, Morena BaccarinScreenplayThomas Bezucha, Maya Forbes, Wallace WolodarskySilent Night (in theaters and on AMC+ December 3, 2021)Keira Knightley and Lily-Rose Depp star in Camille Griffin's feature directorial debut, about a family's eventful Christmas dinner in the country.A cozy house in the English countryside. The tree has been lovingly decorated. A grand feast is being prepared. Over the sound system, Michael Bublé croons about holiday sweaters. Nell (Oscar nominee Keira Knightley), Simon (Matthew Goode), and their boy Art (Roman Griffin Davis, star of TIFF '19 Grolsch People's Choice Award winner Jojo Rabbit) are ready to welcome friends and family for what promises to be a perfect Christmas gathering. Perfect except for one thing: everyone is going to die.A pitch-black comedy rooted in brilliantly conceived characters and wry observations about class and social order, writer-director Camille Griffin's feature debut merges that most wonderful night of the year with the end of the world as we know it. A poisonous cloud is descending upon the United Kingdom. An extinction event is imminent. YouTube videos display images of people bleeding from the eyes and ears. And yet, even in this hour of ultimate dread, happy announcements are made, disagreements erupt, people dance, and ordinary foibles ensue.Echoing elements of Last Night and Peter's Friends, Silent Night fuses festive frivolity with existential angst for high entertainment. Gleaning lovingly textured, frequently hilarious performances from its stellar ensemble cast — which also includes Annabelle Wallis, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, and Lily-Rose Depp (also at the Festival in Wolf) — Silent Night gives us reasons to toast the human spirit… even when the end is nigh. -DESCRIPTION COURTESY OF TIFFGALA PRESENTATIONSUnited Kingdom, 2021English90 minutesDirectorCamille GriffinCastKeira Knightley, Matthew Goode, Roman Griffin Davis, Annabelle Wallis, Lily-Rose Depp, Sope Dirisu, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Lucy PunchScreenplayCamille GriffinOne Second (will be distributed by Neon at some point)Master director Zhang Yimou returns with his love letter to cinema in which a man escapes a labour camp for a glimpse of his beloved daughter.China's Zhang Yimou is a giant of international cinema. His many films, including Raise the Red Lantern, House of Flying Daggers, and Shadow have cemented his place in history. With One Second, he offers a powerful reminder of why film matters. A touching drama set against striking desert landscapes and marked by Zhang's characteristic flashes of humour, this is a fable about how cinema can inspire us.Towards the end of the Cultural Revolution, when movies were one of the few cultural experiences available to China's masses, the film's nameless hero (Zhang Yi) is sent to a remote labour camp for taking part in a fight. He escapes, but instead of returning to crime, his one aim is to see a screening of a newsreel where his daughter has been captured briefly on screen, immortalized as a model student and worker.In this journey towards a fleeting, cinematic reunion with his beloved daughter, his unexpected companions include a scruffy orphan girl named Liu (Liu Haocun) — pursuing her own secret search for celluloid — and Fan (Fan Wei), who goes by Mr. Movie and is widely known as the best projectionist around. In one standout sequence, a reel of film has been damaged in the mud and Fan recruits an entire village to clean the long, precious spool and restore it to its former glory.One Second marks Zhang's return to the classic, grand storytelling of his early films. He draws on the specific customs of moviegoing from China in the 1970s to craft an enduring, universal celebration of the transformative power of film. -DESCRIPTION COURTESY OF TIFFGALA PRESENTATIONSChina, 2020Mandarin105 minutesDirectorZhang YimouCastFan Wei, Liu Haocun, Zhang YiScreenplayZhang Yimou, Zou JingzhiPublicistNEON See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
92. We love old school arcade games and one of the best is the Neon Retro Arcade in Old Pasadena. In this episode of the LifeHacksLA podcast we talk to the owners of Neon Retro, Mia and Mark. They share the history of how and why they started this beloved small business, how their community rallied around them for support during the pandemic, and some of their personal favorite LA tips and hacks. You can find out more about the Neon Retro Arcade on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/neonretroarcade/ You can find more LifeHacksLA at: www.lifehacksla.com www.instagram.com/lifehacksla To join the LA Hackers Club go to: http://lifehacksla.com/jointheclub --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifehacksla/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifehacksla/support
Find Jess & Swift Printing on Instagram @swiftprintingco. Tweet us @mondoneon with your favorite moment.Music by M.K. Khan. Checkout “High Voltage” our monthly Playlist on Spotify. Image credit: Jonathan MastConsider supporting the show at Patreon. Join the Discord, click here.
We now live in an age where crimes are solved on TikTok and the most talked about Met Gala looks were from social media stars Lucky you've got us keeping you up to date each week on the latest social media and tech news. In today's podcast: - The disturbing case of Gabby Petito and social media's role in solving this missing person's case - Out for Blood - The Inventor (Elizabeth Holmes) is on Neon not Amazon - We unveil what was in the Facebook Files *how high profile users get treated differently - Facebook launching Smart Glasses with Ray Ban - TikTok redesigned "joke" logos - TikTok ads available in NZ - Canva raises 200 mill at 40 bil valuation For more on Tash and Viv check out: @acethegrampodcast @vivconway_ @tastefullytash
On this edition of The Arts Section, host Gary Zidek talks to the director of an entertaining new documentary about the history of Broadway. The Dueling Critics, Kerry Reid and Jonathan Abarbanel, joins Gary to talk about Congo Square Theater's new radio play series. Later, we'll hear about a new public art project that just launched in DuPage County. And Gary takes you inside the new Neon and Light Museum.
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John 00 Fleming presents JOOF Radio 022 with guest The Digital Blonde (UK) Let's cut straight to the chase this month, it's time for another Neon guest mix from the The Digital Blonde showcasing his forthcoming epic Neon 3 artist album. These mixes are now becoming legendary as he chalks up yet another astonishing mix. To compliment the guest mix, I've kept things really deep and hypnotic yet driving to set things up perfectly for The Digital Blonde. A massive show this month! *********************************************************** For JOOF merchandise and T-Shirts head to our shop here: https://john00fleming.tmstor.es *********************************************************** Tracklist: ---- John 00 Fleming ---- Nick Devon, Monarke - Obscure [Steyoyoke] Rick Pier O'Neil, Stiven Rivic, Michael & Levan [Univack] Bastinov - Origine (Paride Saraceni Remix) [Infinite Depth] Solee - Heroes [Parquet Recordings] John 00 Fleming & Fuenka - [Chapter 3] Corruption [JOOF Recordings] Synesthetic & Analog Prog - Moai ( [IONO BLACK] Daniel Vitellaro, Alex-T, CYNC - Maya Mantra [Rice Bowl Recordings] 2up, Sergio Avila - Introspective [Soundteller Records] Luca Marchese - Brainporting [Octopus Records] ---- Guest mix ---- The Digital Blonde (UK)
In this episode, we feature Julie Krater, Senior Manager of Learning Services on the Global Services & Customer Success team, who is based out of our Lincolnshire office. "I started with Zebra a little over 3 years ago with Learning Services and recently was honored with the privilege of leading our Learning Services team. I am excited to be leading a diverse team of dynamic and creative people as we grow our business to help support Zebra customers' learning and technology adoption needs. Outside of work I enjoy spending my time with my husband (Todd), 3 boys (Connor, Liam and Gavin), 2 dogs (Finn and Amber) and 2 birds (Neon and Tsuki). We all have a passion for nature hikes and enjoy trying out new area trails." - Music used in this episode: Spread a Little Sunshine, by Jonathan Boyle (Purchased on Premium Beat, license available)
Brian, Blake and Richard are back with an all-new episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast!Support Woes! Brian is feeling mega-ranty because he doesn't understand why internet induced impatience has led to people asking social media for support first instead of contacting the company's support. Hear him seethe as Richard and Blake poke the bear with a big stick. He does have a point though. Brian is finding the internet a stressful environment currently and Richard suggests some relaxation techniques. One of them involves Bacon and Ice cream. It didn't quite have the desired effect on Brian but he says he will try anything once if bacon is involved. But not if cookies are required. Richard teases us with the next Wampler release but is typically coy, and he also has a page turner for when he practices learning Tab but he feels he also needs a big cape for his keyboard solos. Should Brian downsize his guitar collection? No of course he should not. Blake and Richard reassure him that 16 is the very bare minimum he can live with. How do you decide how many you should keep? Do you get emotional with guitars as art pieces? And what about rotating them in your playing - do you like to swap out your playing guitar regularly?? By the time you answer this we may have all been transported to Proxima Centauri to reseed the human population with Bruce Dickinson anyhow...Ratsbane, Zuckerspammary, Punching koalas, Angry answerphone messages, Superbrian, Neon green guitars, Portishead... It's all in this week's Chasing Tone!We are on Patreon now too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)DIY modshttps://modyourownpedal.com/collections/booksFind us at:https://www.wamplerpedals.com/https://www.instagram.com/WamplerPedals/https://www.facebook.com/groups/wamplerfanpage/Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdVrg4Wl3vjIxonABn6RfWwContact us at: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)
Ted Price chats with Arcade Berg and Tor Frick, Co-Founders and Creative Directors behind Neon Giant who recently released The Ascent. Together they discuss what it was like building a massive AAA title with a small team; how they balanced procedural construction with bespoke flourishes to create a rich and immersive detailed world; how constraints can be a key problem solving tool; and their advice for future game entrepreneurs. Neon Giant is a Swedish video game studio founded in 2018. The Ascent is a solo and co-op Action-shooter RPG set on Veles, a packed cyberpunk world. Follow us on Twitter @Official_AIAS, Facebook or visit us at interactive.org.
The fun times fade, leaving us in the throes of the serious movie season. As such, John and El'Ahrai look ahead to their Top 5 Most Anticipated Movies Until The End of the Year! ("Encanto", book it.) Plus! Reviews of "The Card Counter" and "Mondo Hollywoodland"! The secret theme of this episode is "shame"! He's gonna be major, even though he's from Canada.
The crew and the Night Shift have a heist off. Clarence leads the crew forward with his Psy powers as the Night Shift deals with the problems created by one of their own. It all culminates with the reintroduction of a familiar face. NEW DUST WORLD RPG PBTA QUICKSTARTER GUIDE AVAILABLE NOW only $5! https://www.therpgempire.com/shop/p/b2ck9ai8u8d7i6j5xs48oojt742uq2 (https://www.therpgempire.com/shop/p/b2ck9ai8u8d7i6j5xs48oojt742uq2) OR JOIN THE MAILING LIST: https://mailchi.mp/fa9c20a64e0e/join-the-empire-mailing-list (https://mailchi.mp/fa9c20a64e0e/join-the-empire-mailing-list) Dust world RPG Podcast is an actual play Role Playing podcast like the Adventure Zone Podcast or Critical Role. The setting is a sci-fi western a few hundred years after a great war burned the earth and a virus called white horse dissolved most organic matter to dust creating the wastelands. Dust World RPG is a Powered By The Apocalypse game. Dust World is a Tabletop Role-Playing game created by Paul Parnell Copywrite 2020. Setting created by Paul Parnell and Michael Yatskar. Game Written by Paul-Thomas Parnell and Dumaresq de Pencier. OTHER PROJECTS FROM THE RPG EMPIRE: Strangers in the Pines: A Monster Of The Week actual play roleplaying podcast inspired by things like Gravity Falls, Stranger Things, and Twin Peaks. It takes place in a small strange town called Pine Forge nestled in the Blackwood national park in Northeast Oregon, USA and follows, the exploits of 3 unusual high school students as they try to unravel the mysteries of the Strangers in the Pines. https://www.therpgempire.com/strangers-in-the-pines (https://www.therpgempire.com/strangers-in-the-pines) NEW DUST WORLD RPG PBTA QUICKSTARTER GUIDE AVAILABLE NOW only $5! https://www.therpgempire.com/shop/p/b2ck9ai8u8d7i6j5xs48oojt742uq2 (https://www.therpgempire.com/shop/p/b2ck9ai8u8d7i6j5xs48oojt742uq2) OR JOIN THE MAILING LIST: https://mailchi.mp/fa9c20a64e0e/join-the-empire-mailing-list (https://mailchi.mp/fa9c20a64e0e/join-the-empire-mailing-list) CONNECT WITH US: Join our Discord Server to chat with us and talk all things RPGs: https://discord.gg/2jnyGv9 Follow and send us DMs on Instagram: @theRPGempire Also, If You're Loving This Podcast, Consider Supporting The Production Of It Through Our Patreon. You'll get even more awesome shows to listen to as a bonus for 1$! Like a panel with the Critshow host Rev, and Michael Sands the Creator of Monster of the Week RPG. CLICK THE LINK: https://www.patreon.com/theRPGempire Join the Empire! Support this podcast
Last week Nathan and Austin attended Cinemacon 2021 in Las Vegas Nevada. Even though the show was a "lite" version of a normal Cinemcon it proved to be just as good as any others. Sit back, relax, and listen to the boys discuss their week in Las Vegas, and the studio presentation including: Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, Focus Features, MGM/UA Releasing, Neon, Warner Bros, Lionsgate, and Paramount Pictures. • Watch Austin's Video Recap of Cinemcon 2021 -- https://youtu.be/e0YLjVVZYro • See photos from Cinemcon on FlickDirect's Instagram Account (Including the cool Ghostbuster's Popcorn Vehicle) • For more information about this week's films visit The FlickDirect Movie Database — https://bit.ly/2VELMrU • Be sure to download the Movie Deals+ app to get the best prices and even be alerted when a film hits the price point you want. — https://apple.co/3iYxPxX • Visit the official website for The FlickThat Movie Podcast — https://podcast.flickdirect.com (and leave us voicemails too!) • JOIN THE DISCUSSION — https://www.facebook.com/groups/flickthat • What are your thoughts about these films? Have a question? Comment? Send them to email@example.com This episode is now available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Amazon Music, Audible, Pandora, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts from. The FlickThat Podcast is part of the FlickDirect Movie Podcast Network. © FlickDirect Inc. All Rights Reserved. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/flickdirect/support
Join me this week as I search for my pig, cook a delightful meal and mope around - all while discussing ‘Pig' with the help of Sam Hurley from Movie Reviews in 20 Q's! Find Sam and his wonderful show on twitter @MovieReviewsIn or on his website https://mritqs.podbean.com/ Wondering what happened to episode 200? Don't worry - You haven't missed anything. Due to our ongoing lockdowns in Australia, we have postponed our Lord of the Rings spectacular until we can gather in person again. It'll come! Pig is a 2021 American drama film co-written and directed by Michael Sarnoski in his directorial debut. It stars Nicolas Cage, Alex Wolff, and Adam Arkin, and follows a truffle forager whose beloved truffle-finding pig is stolen. It was released theatrically in the United States on July 16, 2021, by Neon. The film received acclaim from critics, who praised its direction and themes, as well as Cage's performance. We Watched A Thing is supported by Dendy Cinemas Canberra. The best Australian cinema chain showing everything from blockbusters to arthouse and indie films. Find them at https://www.dendy.com.au/ If you like this podcast, or hate it and us and want to tell us so - You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org Or, Twitter - @WeWatchedAThing Facebook - @WeWatchedAThing Instagram - @WeWatchedAThing and on iTunes and Youtube If you really like us and think we're worth at least a dollar, why not check out our patreon at http://patreon.com/wewatchedathing. Every little bit helps, and you can get access to bonus episodes, early releases, and even tell us what movies to watch.
Welcome to another episode of Movies that Make Us! This week we're discussing a current film called CODA. This heartfelt story swept the juried prizes at the festival, winning the Directing Award, the Ensemble Award, the Grand Jury Prize, as well as CODA was purchased for $25 million by Apple and smashed the Sundance sales record just a year after Palm Springs did the same courtesy of HULU and Neon's $20 million buy. From the film's synopsis “Gifted with a voice that her parents cant hear, 17 year-old Ruby (Emilia Jones) is the sole hearing member of a deaf family - a CODA which means a Child of Deaf Adults. Her life revolves around serving as an interpreter for her fun-loving but sometimes embarrassing parents (Marlee Matlin, Troy Kotsur) and working on the family's struggling fishing boat every day before school with her father and older brother (Daniel Durant). But when Ruby joins her high school's choir club, she discovers a gift for singing and finds herself drawn to her duet partner Miles (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo). With help from her supporting, if tough-loving choirmaster (Eugenio Derbez), Ruby is encouraged to apply to a prestigious music school. However, she finds herself torn between taking care of her family and chasing her dreams.”CODA is available now to stream on Apple TV+. What are your thoughts on the film? As always, you can reach us at email@example.com. Did you miss the video premier of this episode? Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and then click the little bell to receive notifications when we add a new video or go live.You can also follow our Facebook page so you can receive notifications for new audio or video of our episodes. Sometimes we are even live on Facebook, so you can give us feedback right then and there. It's pretty sweet.As always, thank you for listening, and for now, we won't see you at the movies… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we discuss the highly anticipated Candyman, and we have some thoughts... We also discuss DOC OC reveal in the new Spider-Man trailer, Neon v A24 merch beef, James Corden continuing to be the absolute worst and more, tune in!Sign up for a Letterboxd Pro or Patron account and save 20% using the discount code: monolithor by using the following link:https://letterboxd.com/pro/redeem/monolith
As we attempt to get back into a more regular schedule, we turn to something that is almost always reliable...the movies that seem at least slightly inspired by the epic Mad Max. We start off with 1988's Future Hunters which mixes the Bible, mythology, Nazis, Amazon warriors, kung fu and everything else you can imagine. All these crazy elements should not work together, but somehow director Cirio Santiago pulls it off to great success! We then move on to 1991's Neon City, starring the legendary Michael Ironside as a bounty hunter in a post apocalyptic wasteland, trying to get his latest catch across a dangerous stretch of land so he can collect the reward. This one completely blew us away and we are all stunned that it's not better known. Currently it's free on Tubi and we urge everyone to check it out. We then ramble through a list of other things we've seen. Please let us know what you thought of the show, and send us some suggestions for future episodes. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. You can also reach us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Full insights and analysis from Universal, Neon, Focus Features, and Disney's studio presentations at CinemaCon. Followed by an interview with Dolby's Jed Harmsen and exclusive audio of CinemaCon's Executive Roundtable Panel, “Globally Speaking: A Look at the International Market,” featuring Mooky Greidinger (CEO, Cineworld & Regal), Alejandro Ramirez Magaña (CEO, Cinepolis), and Veronika Kwan Vanderburg (President of Distribution, Universal Pictures International).
Pat Merl's very first professional dance job was as a Radio City Rockette. Her audition story is delightful. From there, her career continued on with amazing shows including The Lido de Paris at the Stardust Hotel, Las Vegas, Miller/Reich, Barry Ashton and many more. Check out the Patreon www.patreon.com/bluebellsforeverpod Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to see photos and updates www.instagram.com/bluebells_forever/ www.facebook.com/Bluebells-Forever-100660515010096
Saying ‘No' can drastically improve your life - just ask Fiona!A little bit of discouragement can help you look at your idea and strengthen it (but too much feels real bad)Masterpieces are just regular pieces that resonate unusually??What if other peoples' problems are their own problems (and not your problems)?Sometimes balloons need to be popped so you can blow future balloons real bigJoin the art club at patreon.com/arthorsepod. See pics on our instagram @arthorsepod or on our website at arthorsepod.com/67 We mention:Make it Mighty Ugly by Kim Piper WerkerFour Thousand Weeks by Oliver BurkemanHow to Write One Song by Jeff TweedyThe Lean Startup by Eric Ries Greg's guitar app, Simply Guitar by JoyTunes: https://www.joytunes.com
Joined today by 17 year NFL veteran and Super Bowl winning QB, Brad Johnson. Brad and I talk about his former roommate John Lynch being inducted into the Football Hall of Fame, spending the weekend in Canton and the parties he was attending. Brad talks about his trick basketball and football shots on TikTok that went viral, and what got him to start doing them. We chat about growing up in basketball rich North Carolina and why he chose to attend Florida State over Georgia Tech. Brad shares his experience playing with Deion Sanders at FSU and how “Neon” became his own brad. We discuss being a backup at Florida State, dominating the combine yet sitting around til the 9th round of the NFL draft before being selected by the Vikings. Brad tells us about his first few seasons there with Warren Moon, Cris Carter and John Randle, why he requested to go to London to get some playing time and how that time across the pond changed his career. We chat about dating Mark Richt's sister and then years later reconnecting and getting married. Brad opens up about his two sons, both star athletes, Max and Jake, a QB and TE playing at LSU and what the Super League SEC will do for NFL careers. Finally, we chat about going from a 9th round pick to Disney World after winning Super Bowl 37. From cool memorabilia to a potential NFL team moving to London, even some Lionel Ritchie chat, all this and much more with NFL QB Brad Johnson. Follow Brad on the following social media platforms: https://twitter.com/Brad_Johnson_14 https://www.tiktok.com/@bigbadbrad14
Is that a bottle of Pom Wonderful in your pocket or are you just excited for another modern retelling of Hades and Persephone? Either way you came to the right podcast! This week yr kores spring into “Neon Gods” by Katee Robert. Modern It Girl Persephone runs away to the mysterious Under City (see what they did there?) to wait out her trust fund to move to Berkeley (pardon???). In order to stave off the unwanted amorous notions of Zeus she gets publicly f*ng'd by cinnamon roll in a black on black suit Hades. And then guess what happens! Are we ever done reaping what 50 Shades of Grey has sown? Do you like bad boys or do you just like a project? Is world building the world of Romance? Take a bite. We'd like you to stay a while. This episode of Whoa!mance is sponsored by “Sweet Talking Rancher” by Kate Pearce from Kensington Books. Whoa!mance is a part of the Frolic Podcast Network You can find Neon Gods on GoodReads here: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/54659771-neon-gods We mentioned Rose Lerner's Audible Original, here it is: https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Wife-in-the-Attic-Audiobook/B08W2P8GZN
Jordan Gensmer and Kevin Thomson come to the studio for a Sunday Fun Day to deliver the new WCB neon sign and drink some Leinenkugels beer. Jordan is from Pink House Neon, Pull Back And Let Go, and Angler's Haven Resort. Kevin is from General Beer Northwest. Our type of people! Enjoy! Pink House Neon | Instagram Pull Back And Let Go https://www.anglershavenresort.com/ https://www.genbev.com/beer/chippewa-falls/ Support us at: patreon.com/workingclassbowhunter Find WCB online: https://workingclassbowhunter.com/ YouTube Channel https://www.facebook.com/WorkingClassBowhunter/ https://www.instagram.com/workingclassbowhunter/ https://twitter.com/WCBOWHUNTER The WCB Podcast is presented by: Elite Archery CODE: WCB for all outdoor group products Scent Crusher - Scent Off. Game On. Rogue Ridge E-Bikes & The Grind Outdoors, Turkey decoys, and accessories. Spy Point Trail Cameras Big Tine - Attract - Develop - Grow Old Barn Taxidermy HHA Sports HHA CODE: WCB15 Huntworth Gear Gator Outdoors Code: WCB25 Victory Archery ThermaSeat Code: WCTS Leupold Optics ISOtunes Save 20% on The DeerCast App Code: WCB20