A biological interaction where a predator kills and eats a prey organism
Back in 2004, NBC's 'To Catch a Predator' captivated millions of viewers as it followed a vigilante group called Perverted Justice, which has a goal to thwart pedophiles searching the internet for minors. Adult volunteers go online to pose as minors in order to, well, catch predators. Three years later, amid its growing popularity, it came to an end. But nearly two decades later, it's inspired a genre of influencers who have tried to fill the void.
How did ferocious, man-eating wolves evolve into Labrador Retrievers, St. Bernards, and even teacup poodles—not to mention become our best friends? It's an amazing story of genetics and mutual need. But it's also a story of love. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We've got a TON of Marvel news this week including Lego Marvel Avengers: Code Red, updates on Marvel Studio's Loki Season 2, NYCC announcement teases, and so much more! Plus, we've got writer Steve Orlando (Astonishing Iceman, Spider-Man 2099) and Benjamin Percy (X-Force, Ghost Rider) dropping by to chat about Scarlet Witch and Predator Vs. Wolverine, respectively. That's not all though, we're also talking about the biggest wedding of the season between the White Queen and Iron Man with writer Gerry Duggan (X-Men, Uncanny Avengers).
The Boo Crew blasts off your weekend with another all new episode! The movie is the absolutely brilliant NO ONE WILL SAVE YOU - now available on Hulu! It is a SPECTACULAR and unique alien invasion experience crafted by creative genius, Brian Duffield! Brian joins us to talk all about his adventures as a screenwriter that eventually led to the smash hits, The Babysitter, Underwater and Spontaneous. Get inspired by a fascinating look at the process, before launching into this new outer space nightmare! Hear about a creature collaboration with the legendary A.D.I. team (Aliens, Predator, Annabelle), designing unsettling sonics that are breathtakingly chilling, the thrill of mystique and more! Its an out of this world episode 401 with Brian Duffield and NO ONE WILL SAVE YOU! NOW SLAYING! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we discuss some potentially interesting ideas of different characters fighting each other. We were inspired by this week's Predator vs Wolverine #1! Plus the best comic books of the past few weeks and our review of Kraven's Last Hunt!
This week James & Hunter talk about Bad Bunny no longer being attached to the El Muerto project, Star War project "Lando" updates, Netflix's "One Piece" renewal updates, Drama between "Fables" creators & publishers, "Kite-Man, Hell Yeah!" Trailer, LEGO Avengers: Code Red, Disney Plus to re-release Werewolf by Night in color! For their topic of the week, James & Hunter talk about the MCU shorts "I am Groot" seasons 1 & 2, full spoilers! Book Round Up; 1. Uncanny Spider-Man from Marvel 2. Green Lantern: War Journal from DC Comics 3. Rumpus Room from AWA 4. Predator vs Wolverine from Marvel 5. And More...! Merch: Grab Some T-Shirts & More at www.teepublic.com/user/androidsamazingpodcast Social Media: Substack/Newsletter - tokusa.substack.com Facebook - Android's Amazing Comics Twitter/X - @androidsamazing Instagram - @androids_comics & @androidsamazingpodcast Website - www.androidscomics.com Don't forget to RATE, REVIEW and SHARE with a friend! #podcast #comics #comicbooks #comicbookpodcast #NCBD #marvelcomics #marvel #MCU #DisneyPlus #iamgroot #spoilercast #spoilers #sonypictures #elmuerto #badbunny #lego #avengers #fables #kiteman #trailer #onepiece #netflix #lando #starwars #werewolfbynight #hulu #wolverine #predator #fallofx #rumpusroom #awa #darkdroids #dsquad #reviews
CultPop Presents a brand new episode of Fresh Floppies, where we (spoiler-free) discuss and review some of the comics out THIS WEEK, TODAY! Only the freshest of floppies, so listen on your way to the comic shop. Wonder Woman #1 – 02:15 Captain America #1 – 06:46 Green Lantern: War Journal #1 – 11:06 Predator... The post Fresh Floppies 29 – Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Captain America, Predator vs. Wolverine, Big Game, and Guardians appeared first on CultPOP!.
Four stellar guests all provide quick feedback in this brief episode honoring Bill Lawrence (showrunner of other TV comedy mega-hits like Scrubs, Spin City and Cougar Town) and his newest Apple TV+ surprise sitcom hits: the third (and final?) season of the crowdpleasing yet thoughtful TED LASSO and the surprisingly poignant yet bellyaching laugh filled SHRINKING (which is also strangely therapeutic!). Join us in the prompt summary, shall you? MAIN LINKS: LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/JURSPodcast Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JackedUpReviewShow/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2452329545040913 Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackedUpReview Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacked_up_podcast/ SHOW LINKS: YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCIyMawFPgvOpOUhKcQo4eQQ iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-jacked-up-review-show-59422651/ Podbean: https://jackedupreviewshow.podbean.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7Eg8w0DNympD6SQXSj1X3M Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jacked-up-review-show-podcast/id1494236218 RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/the-jacked-up-review-show-We4VjE Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1494236218/the-jacked-up-review-show-podcast Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNDYyOTdjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Anchor: https://anchor.fm/s/a46297c/podcast/rss PocketCasts: https://pca.st/0ncd5qp4 CastBox: https://castbox.fm/channel/The-Jacked-Up-Review-Show-Podcast-id2591222
Chris Hanson hosted a show called To Catch a Predator that was based around sting operations put in place to catch predators who thought it was a good idea to go after underage boys and girls. At one point, there was a plan to go after Epstein this way. So, how come it never happened? Let's dive in and find out!to contact me:bobbycapuccI@protonmail.comsource:https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/catch-predators-chris-hansen-attempted-23292530This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
Wednesday, September 20th: We talk about comics for the week, including Captain America #1, Predator vs. Wolverine #1, Uncanny Spider-Man #1, Star Wars Dark Droids D-Squad #1, Rare Flavours #1, Hexagon Bridge #1, Jack Kirby’s Starr Warriors, Wonder Woman #1, Green Lantern War Journal #1, Nightwing #106, Titans #3, Superman #6, Rom Spaceknight Facsimile Edition... Read more » The post 432: The Chief Chirpa Interruption appeared first on Rogues Gallery Comics + Games, Round Rock, TX.
Today we're looking into an unlikely predator who stalked the hiking trails of Arizona... and a young woman who was last seen barefoot outside a hotel in Canada when she vanished. Get ready for Scary Mysteries Twisted News.
Predator control is always a contentious topic. Dr. Dale's guest this month is Mr. John Palarski with Tall Timbers Research Station. Join us as we delve into the “second line of defense” for dealing with predators, i.e., “beyond habitat.” Palarski recently completed his M.S. research at Tarleton State University and confronted predator control “up close and personal” at his study site in Erath County. Their conversation drills down on control techniques. Join us September` 20.
Drew Barrymore, Lauren Boebert, Ashton Kutcher, much is happening….. The girlies discuss everything that's gone on in the week. We also talk about the complicated feelings around accepting that people have changed for the better. Plus a Soup Progress Report, a tangent about dating old men, The Roman Empire, and a listener's question about struggling to feel sexy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chris Hanson hosted a show called To Catch a Predator that was based around sting operations put in place to catch predators who thought it was a good idea to go after underage boys and girls. At one point, there was a plan to go after Epstein this way. So, how come it never happened? Let's dive in and find out!to contact me:bobbycapuccI@protonmail.comsource:https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/catch-predators-chris-hansen-attempted-23292530This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
It's time for a Creature that neither Brian or Jerome had seen. We talked about Stephen Sommers earlier in the year when discussing The Mummy, but before that he directed a lesser known monster movie that has a killer cast. Shades of Jaws, mixed with Predator with a little hint of Tremors, and you get Deep Rising. Does the 1998 CGI hold up? Well, at least the script does.
In this episode, Neil, Niki, and Natalia discuss the latest “crisis of masculinity.” Support Past Present on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pastpresentpodcast Here are some links and references mentioned during this week's show: · Men, according to a recent New York Times report, benefit from a “thumb on the scale” when it comes to college admissions. The report belongs to a larger debate over a “crisis of masculinity” today. Niki referred to this New York magazine article about Andrew Tate, and Natalia cited right-wing documentaries The End of Men and What is a Woman? Natalia and Niki both cited Christine Emba's interview in Vox, and Neil referred to this New Yorker article. In our regular closing feature, What's Making History: · Natalia discussed the ProPublica investigative report, “How Columbia Ignored Women, Undermined Prosecutors and Protected a Predator for More Than 20 Years.” · Neil shared about Remy Tumin's New York Times article, “The Battle to Save Marilyn Monroe's Last Home.” · Niki recommended Mark Joseph Stern's Slate article, “The Volunteer Moms Poring Over Archives to Prove Clarence Thomas Wrong.”
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This Week on the Toy Power Podcast we have Special Guest Darren Koziol in the studio, to chat about his role in Australian Comics! Darren is of course the Creator, Editor, Publisher & Primary Author of Dark Oz Comics! He produces many titles under this banner, with hundreds of other creators working on these titles too. After the initial get to know you questions, we find out, just how much Darren is passionate car enthusiast that even features some of his cars in his comics too! Where has Dark Oz taken Darren and what future things does he potentially have in the works! Darren has a hell of a lot going on, and is an extremely busy man! So we really appreciate him talking to us. This was a really fun episode indeed. Please find out more about Dark Oz from the website: https://www.darkoz.com.au/Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is Starfield actually fun, or just addictive? Paeter shares his frustrations with the game and the mystifying feeling that keeps him playing. Then, a frank but worthwhile discussion about sex in marriage with John Wilkerson of strugglingforpurpose.com as a part of our Proverbs Geek Bible Study series!Plus, In Paeter's Geek Week:MOVIES & TV- Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, Alien Vs. Predator, VIDEO GAMES- PSA: Kingdoms Of Amalur Re-Reckoning PS Store SaleTIMESTAMPS00:00:30 Intro00:01:59 Starfield & Entertainment Addiction As Christians00:20:56 CGC & Christian Geek News (The Light That Takes & Blood Of The Stars by Karyne Norton [PAETER'S SISTER!!])00:30:58 Sex & Marriage (Proverbs Geek Bible Study)00:44:46 Listener/Viewer Questions & Feedback(Oblivion, Paeter's Next Audio Drama, Essential Issues For Non-Comics Readers?, Heaviness & Moral Virtues In Entertainment[Ft. Star Trek & Man Of Steel], How They Could De-Age Jon Kent & Why It Could Be An Awesome Story, Christians Treating Non-Christians As Enemies)Paeter's Geek Week01:13:33 MOVIES & TV- Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, Alien Vs. Predator, 01:18:21 VIDEO GAMES- PSA: Kingdoms Of Amalur Re-Reckoning PS Store Sale01:20:23 On The Next Episode...01:22:35 Essential Issues Weekly (Aqualad takes centerstage in a key moment with powerful words of wisdom... that are lacking something vital: Truth! Reactions to Superman Annual 2023 and World's Finest: Teen Titans 2!)Game Save Event & Team Info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQs6XscnwecTo Join The CGC Team Campaign, Click Here After Logging In To Your Tiltify Account: https://tiltify.com/+christian-geek-central/cgc-game-save-23 (If at any point during sign-up you are required to be a member of the CGC Team, you may use this invite to join: https://tiltify.com/team-invite/jMZBiiSaBn8vAFcJvqREb3N )Support this podcast and enjoy exclusive rewards at https://www.patreon.com/spiritbladeproductions
The percentage of working-age adults with health insurance went up and the uninsured rate dropped last year, the U.S. Census Bureau reported this week. There isn't much suspense about which way the uninsured rate is now trending, as states continue efforts to strip ineligible beneficiaries from their Medicaid rolls. But is the focus on the uninsured obscuring the struggles of the underinsured? Also, employer-sponsored insurance costs are climbing, while a mystery is unfolding in Medicare spending. And the CDC recommends the new covid booster for everyone who's at least 6 months old.Margot Sanger-Katz of The New York Times, Sarah Karlin-Smith of the Pink Sheet, and Joanne Kenen of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Politico join KFF Health News' Emmarie Huetteman to discuss these issues and more. Click here for a transcript of the episode. Plus, for “extra credit,” the panelists suggest health policy stories they read this week they think you should read, too: Emmarie Huetteman: KFF Health News' “The Shrinking Number of Primary Care Physicians is Reaching a Tipping Point,” by Elisabeth Rosenthal. Sarah Karlin-Smith: MedPage Today's “Rural Hospital Turns to GoFundMe to Stay Afloat,” by Kristina Fiore. Joanne Kenen: ProPublica's “How Columbia Ignored Women, Undermined Prosecutors and Protected a Predator for More Than 20 Years,” by Bianca Fortis and Laura Beil. Margot Sanger-Katz: Congressional Budget Office's “Raising the Excise Tax on Cigarettes: Effects on Health and the Federal Budget.” Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Discuss the 8 film Alien Franchise. Films discussed: Alien, Aliens, Alien3, Alien Resurrection, Alien vs Predator, Alien vs Predator: Requiem, Prometheus, Alien: Covenant Stay tuned for more Horror and Horror content or check out our prior seasons! Follow us on Facebook | Instagram | Patreon | YouTube | Check out our Website All music and sound by Mannequin Uprising. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/terrortalk/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/terrortalk/support
Join the 'Last of the Action Heroes Podcast Network' Discord https://discord.gg/jDrUtNcRq2 On today's show Moody and Groo return to discuss JCVD and the Die Hard inspired Sudden Death. All of that plus: Danny Masterson and that 2004 Conan clip, Stop or My Mom will shoot, Could Arnold return to the Predator franchise? The Honkeytonk Man, Tom Arnold drags Steven Seagal, Groo's Sour Milk analogy, RIP Bray Wyatt, AEW fires CM Punk, Mel Gibson's new movie, Peter Hyams and the Jean Claude connection, Powers Boothe, Movie Fun Facts, final movie review and Moody liked Blue Beetle. Check out our next Nothing Worthwhile podcast as the boys cover the 2004 crossover Alien versus Predator (AVP)! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ryan-rebalkin01/message
The Alien Franchise is what we like to refer to as Listen-to-Women the film because if only any of the other characters did just that, we'd avoid this sticky, acid, chest-bursting mess. Ghouls are talking about the entire Alien franchise (sans AVP, already covered in our Predator episode), yes even Alien^3. Why won't they let Ripley die? --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-ghouls-next-door/support
Sometimes you just have to draw a line. Yeah, ain't that the way these days. I just gotta say some stuff on "The Super Mario Bros. Movie". My issue going into this movie was pure fatigue. It wasn't fatigue from over saturation of blockbusters, I actually don't watch that many blockbusters these days. I just had this sinking feeling every time I saw an ad for this movie. Everyone is going to be talking about this. No one has any reason to like this over anything else. Everyone is going to ask me about this movie a hundred times because they know I like Mario games, and animated features. This may be strange to hear from a guy that does a podcast discussing movies... but I just didn't want to formulate an opinion. I didn't want to watch it. I didn't want to discuss it. I didn't want to have to disagree with people or not be excited for it when they wanted me to be. You may have picked up along the way that I am a fan of animation. I was the kind of kid at age ten to twelve that wasn't quite ready for "Predator". Instead I was hip deep in "The Simpsons", "Earthworm Jim", and "Ren and Stimpy" cartoons. Looking back I think it was less that I only enjoyed comedy and more that I resonated hard with the raw emotional expression of the cartoons that were around in the 90's. I also believe this is what attracted me to anime. A wild array of emotional expression all pulled off with what was at the time, a beautifully minimalist art style. To put that another way. Very few lines in the face that get across specific emotions. Not just angry, or crying, but pensive, nervous or vulnerable, hanging on someones words. That kind of stuff. NUANCE: THERES NO ROOM FOR NUANCE ANYMORE!!! There is nuance in "The Super Mario Bros. Movie". Executed in a way that I have not seen in a hot minute. Family movies or what we used to call "PG-13" type adventure movies are in a very bad place right now. While I'd like to just blame Marvel or Disney while I point and stare holes through them that would not only be too easy, but also wouldn't get to the root issue. The problem is that kids entertainment has to be so strongly separated from adult entertainment by style and tone that they have no room for any real emotional tension. You can have a character say out loud they are frightened... scared, but you cant portray the scene with visceral tension. You cant ever make the kids, or more importantly their hyper vigilant parents, actually feel bad. That is the first issue. The second issue is that blockbusters have slowly consumed the PG-13 space entirely. To the point that when "Deadpool" was announced most of the discussion revolved around it being rated "R". In my opinion "Deadpool" could have easily been every bit as edgy as it was and be a PG-13 movie. Just shoot around the blood a little bit, and bleep a couple of "Fucks" like they did in "The Dark Knight". Tell me "Deadpool" is more emotionally intense than "The Dark Knight". Not on paper. Don't describe to me what happens during Deadpool's origin events, deal with whats on screen. That is how how movies are rated. Not by concept, but by what is shown on camera and how the rater feels about it. No, "Deadpool" was rated "R" because it broke to drastically from the Marvel formula, so it needed to be marketed that way. They anticipated a push back and leaned into it, and it worked. The audience had been too strongly conditioned on tone, and "Deadpool" straight up kills people on camera. Not just crazy villainous space creatures from beyond the moon, but average people. See blockbusters don't destroy cities because they have gone mad with CGI power, they do it because it has a big visual impact, increases the threat of an enemy, and avoids killing individual people on camera. You know people are dying, but you don't have to watch it. Characters die on camera in "The Super Mario Bros. Movie". It isn't grotesque, but its there. Bowser actually destroys things, he actually wants to control someone. He has real goals beyond being evil and he displays the power to make his ambitions a reality. He isn't an obnoxious bumbling oaf that never actually does anything while seeming to hassle the main characters impotently throughout the movie. He blows up a castle, he has plans, he connects to his lackeys. He kinda plays a bit like "Helmet" from "Spaceballs" if he were a jock. He has a personality one can describe and compare to other characters. You can discuss him beyond his action beats. Gold star. Whats the point Tubes? Tie it all up. Ok... ok. The point is that without tension, the characterization in a movie has no foundation to stand on. Whether its a small flick about a kid finding a dog, or a plumber using his parkour skills to help save a kingdom, its all about how you get people invested in a character. I am of the belief that you need some kind of raised stakes to really make a character impactful and stick with your audience. Especially if they are kids. I can see kids really hanging on to this movie. Watching it every few years. Maybe they wont always get the same kick out of the childlike pace, but I dont think they will ever look back on it and consider it a waste of time. They won't ask themselves "Why did I like this so much?" They like it because Mario and Luigi have each other's backs. They don't just say they do, they actually get to show it. Mario and Peach aren't having catty fights about their roles in the movie, or what they do and don't get to do. They work together. They get along pleasantly. They aren't obnoxious. Peach encourages Mario and helps him learn the ropes. Mario isn't the destined hero, or entitled to anything. He even hates mushrooms. He is just someone that is somewhat familiar to Peach, and Peach needs all the help she can get. How nice is it that he's just a guy trying to do his best and he isn't acting dismissive to her so she can prove him wrong later. Or some kind of elementary school horse-shit scripting like that. God I hate movies. At the end of the day, the word is class. I talk often about this with another friend of mine when it comes to gaming. I say Nintendo has class. They usually aren't as crass about hitting the kids up for that next five bucks, and with this movie they've proven once again that they are the only game in town for simple likable characters that offer themselves to the crowd and wait to see what we will gravitate toward. They try to charm us, they don't tell us what they think we want. Have movies become so sanitized that I am going to sit here and tell you that "The Super Mario Bros. Movie" bucks trends and bravely carves out it's own path? Well... yes, yes I am. Because that is exactly what it did. I sat there gunning for it hard, and it won me over. Solid plot construction, good character moments, a bit of an edge, and not one single character annoyed me or came off with that horrendous back-biting tone that ruins so many of these movies. Judged against all movies I'd like to call this a decent family picture with some laughs, the bare minimum. However, judged against it's peers and in the current landscape, I'd say it goes a step beyond and turned yet another cattle call casting/event movie and turned it into something with some entertainment value in it. Good on you Nintendo. You made a billion dollars and i don't have to make that "UGHhhhh" sound every time I see your characters. Well done. Maybe you can make a "Starfox" feature that is better than "Star Wars", there has never been a better time to try. With Love, 2bs
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“I think the thing revolves around the control of nature. You know, I mean, you get way back to that. Some people are really uncomfortable around nature existing as it should, and they feel that we need to fix things." - Dr. Chistopher Servheen Grizzly bears are protected under the federal Endangered Species Act. But Republican lawmakers in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming are trying to change that. They are pressing the Biden administration to turn management of grizzly bears back over to the states, which would mean there would be a hunting season for grizzly bears, which would probably look something like what we're doing to wolves in those same states, which is nothing short of a massacre. Dr. Christoph Servheen spent 35 years, from 1981 until 2016, fighting to bring back grizzly bears. In 1981, they were on their way out. There were only 30 breeding females in the greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Most people thought that there was no way to save them. But, because of Chris and people like him and because of The Federal Endangered Species Act, a conservation miracle occurred. They brought the bears back, an act that many consider to be one of conservations biggest success stories. But now, in 2023, because of politicians in the Northern Rockies, the future for grizzly bears could be very bleak.
Jonathan Rothbart's illustrious career in VFX includes credits on everything from Men In Black to Superman Returns and The Predator. He was a founding member of John Knoll's Rebel Mac Unit at ILM, he established The Orphanage, where he delivered the HUD shots for Iron Man, and then became a sought-after VFX supervisor for movies including Deadpool and John Wick: Chapter 4. In this in-depth podcast, Jonathan tells Chris some of the amazing stories from his big-screen adventures, including how adding a small addition to a Star Wars Episode I starfighter got him in big trouble, how he got through one of Hellboy's trickiest shots, and how After Earth's production took him on helicopter rides and mountainous hikes.
Hello Fellow Airgun Geeks, This episode we were able sit down with man himself the Lord of Lead Joe from Predator international. So sit back and enjoy! Check out Target Forge for all your Target or GX Compressor needs https://targetforge.net/Remember to use our coupon SUPERGEEK10 for a 10% discount before you checkout!!! Support the show
When should you allow a new love interest to come around your children? What criteria should you establish before introducing a new partner to your children? Are there any specific red flags that might signal potential issues in a partner's behavior around children? How can you assess a partner's mental and emotional stability when it comes to their interactions with your kids? What are some methods for gauging a new partner's interest in children, especially when it's not directly related to your own? Are there certain conversations or topics you should broach early in the relationship to understand a partner's stance on child safety? How can you balance your desire for a new relationship with your responsibility to protect your children? What role should open communication play in addressing concerns about a partner's intentions? When is it appropriate to involve a professional, such as a therapist, in evaluating a partner's behavior around your children?
It's news day have we our usual selection McFarlane, HasLabs and more to get through. Did the Ghost make the finish line? And will a new Marvel project meet the fate of the infamous Ghost Rider? Mattel let the fans decide and there are some decisions to be made – some more obvious than other. Brian Flynn makes Frank's year (and indeed his wallet cry) while another toy seems to bear his very name. Speaking of named things, tonight we drinking something special… Then it's over to latest scores and the merry-go round of toy swapping and buying even from within the four of us proving once and for all, that all good things come to those who wait!Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcastSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's show Moody and Groo return to discuss JCVD and the Die Hard inspired Sudden Death. All of that plus: Danny Masterson and that 2004 Conan clip, Stop or My Mom will shoot, Could Arnold return to the Predator franchise? The Honkeytonk Man, Tom Arnold drags Steven Seagal, Groo's Sour Milk analogy, RIP Bray Wyatt, AEW fires CM Punk, Mel Gibson's new movie, Peter Hyams and the Jean Claude connection, Powers Boothe, Movie Fun Facts, final movie review and Moody liked Blue Beetle. Check out our next Nothing Worthwhile podcast as the boys cover the 2004 crossover Alien versus Predator (AVP)!
Warning Signs Of Child Abuse. Abused As A Child, He Shares His Story. He was physically abused by an adopted parent and sexually abused for years. Hunter Allen is our guest. He talks about being given up for adoption as a young child plus the years of both sexual abuse and the physical beatings that he endured. We also discuss the stereotypical warning signs of child abuse, and that most of them were not part of his story. Hunter discusses the real warning signs of child abuse that we all should know, and what to do if you suspect child abuse. Plus, he also discusses how the years of trauma motivates him to help others today with self defense training at TIG Tactical. Never miss out on an episode of the Law Enforcement Talk Podcast subscribe to our free email newsletter, never more than 2 issues a week sent out. Click here and scroll down about halfway. Be sure to check out our website. If you enjoy the show, please tell a friend or two, or three about it. If you are able to leave an honest rating and, or, review it would be appreciated. Interested in being a guest, sponsorship or advertising opportunities send an email to the host and producer of the show email@example.com. Follow us on MeWe, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Last month, there were bizarre reports that residents of a Peruvian village have been living in fear because they claim to be constantly terrorized by an alien breed they call “Los Falcaras” which loosely translated means, “The Face Peelers.” These creatures have been described as looking like the Green Goblin from the Spiderman comics and can shapeshift like the aliens in “The Predator” films. Around the same time as the incident, some 87 US Marines were being deployed with the Peruvian Navy at the Iquitos Base. Iquitos is near the small village where these terrifying attacks occurred. Were these troops the so-called alien attackers? Or were these troops called in to fight these alien predators and protect the village using the joint bilateral exchange project as a cover? Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks about PLAKARA – ATTACK OF THE FACE PEELERS.Originally Broadcast On 8/30/2023This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4878838/advertisement
Intro: Too much sodium? 0:00 The best Predator movie ever made. 18:15 You're not active listening 22:48 Eagle feathers and fake feathers. 35:43 Not so good Ten Indigenous Movies List. 49:24 TRS Top 5 Indigenous Movies List. 1:08:08 Cinema should be an escape from the past. 1:36:47 Movie QuotesThunderheart (1992) - Busted armDances With Wolves (1990) - Why don't he writeHarry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (2009) - Arogog's funeralThe Big Lebowski (1998) - Donny's AshesDances With Wolves (1990) - Don't hurt my mulesThe Last Dragon (1985) - Sho'nuffPredator (1987) Get to the Choppa! - I am here, kill me, do it - CIA got you pushing too many.Wayne's World 2 (1993) - DJ Handsome Dan Wayne's World (1992) - if you're gonna spewPredator (1987) I'm gonna have me some fun - It ain't no manCommando (1985) Army surplus store - Let off some steamBack to the Future (1985) - Hello, McFlyNot So Good Movie ListPowwow Highway (1988)Dances with Wolves (1990)Last of the Mohicans (1992) Theme Song (Promentory)Smoke Signals (1998)Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner (2001)Wind Talkers (2002)The Business of Fancydancing (2002)Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007)Songs My Brothers Taught Me (2015)Wind River (2017)TRS Top 5Shandin PeteLittle Big Man - Thunderheart - Skins - Hunt for the Wilderpeople - WindwalkerAaron BrienThunderheart - Dance Me Outside - Last of the Dogmen - The Education of Little Tree - The Missing - Powwow HighwaySalisha Old bullLittle Big Man - Thunderheart - Dance Me Outside - Last of the Dogmen - Legends of the FallSupport the show
Wow! Talk about a magic show! Today's episode is all over the board, Folks. Francis, Oko, and Michael play a sick game of Pin the Tail on the Donkey and I don't think they hit the target once. Or do they? Why is there still hype around the Harry Potter movies? How do we get access to all the wonderful sabotage Chris Hanson was involved in from 'To Catch a Predator?' Oko wants to drive an ice cream truck around when he retires. Ikea meatballs are supposedly really good? Is a kitchen sponge or garbage disposal smell worse? Do you churn your ice cream? And finally....downing Hershey's chocolate syrup straight from the bottle. Best get your buns in here and listen to another rambunctious Burger show! Love you.
The head of Japan's most powerful talent agency resigns over allegations that her late uncle - who founded the firm - sexually abused young men. Julie Fujishima's departure comes a week after investigators found Johnny and Associates' founder Kitagawa abused hundreds of boys and young men over six decades. Also in the programme: America agrees to send Ukraine tank shells made of depleted uranium; and how Italian experts are helping to repair Odesa's cathedral, which was badly damaged by a Russian missile in July. (Photo shows the former president of Johnny and Associates, Julie Fujishima, during a press conference in Tokyo, Japan on 7 September 2023. Credit: Franck Robichon/EPA)
The Predator franchise is full of fun action-packed slashers. The first one stars one of the Ghouls' favorite final girls, Arnold Schwarzenegger. The films that follow are a mix of fun and why did this get made? We unpack each of the films (including Alien vs. Predator). We watched them so you don't have to! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-ghouls-next-door/support