In this bonus episode, we interview our very own Josiah about the process of writing a novel series, from character development to software and everything in between. He gives fantastic advice for aspiring authors and provides a lens into this complex process.Get the first book: https://a.co/d/6ptvd2WFor signed copies or to reach out to Josiah, find him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tjosiahhaynesFeaturing hosts Tim Haynes, Donna Haynes, Rebekah Edwards, and T. Josiah Haynes.Find us everywhere at @bookisbetterpod. Email feedback or future episode ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On our latest episode, Jamie's unsure if Bo Derek debases herself in this movie more or less than in Ghost's Can't Do It, Doug's pretty sure it was illegal (even in 1910) to kill a man and hang his decapitated head on your wall, and we both would have preferred to have watched a movie about Tarzan and Jane just hangin' with monkeys. Paint your entire body white, seductively eat a banana, and join us as we kick off Bo Derek-cember talking about Tarzan the Ape Man!Visit our YouTube ChannelMerch on TeePublic Follow us on TwitterFollow on InstagramFind us on FacebookVisit our Website
Good news! I saw a dog today. Other good news? Our Home for the Holidays series continues as Seth is joined by two of his sisters to discuss the 2003 film Elf! What's your "gum price"? When is Santa's birthday? What does this movie have to do with an abandoned Canadian Hospital? Also: Tori's burping history, Jacqui's problem with dating Buddy and Seth gets (justifiably) accused of being a Scrooge about ten times. Grab your bag of spaghetti and listen now! Twitter @moviefriendspod Instagram @MovieFriendsPodcast Youtube Youtube.com/MovieFriendsPodcast Website https://www.moviefriendspodcast.com/ Send us an E-mail at MovieFriendsPodcast@Gmail.com tell us what you think and it may end up on the show! Wouldn't that be cool? Head over to our website at MovieFriendsPodcast.com and consider supporting our Patreon. Come on, you don't need that $5, but you do need our undying love and friendship!
Robert Bloch’s novel came out within 2 years of serial killer Ed Gein’s arrest, but how much did it influence the character of Norman Bates? In episode 293, Luke & James discuss how Alfred Hitchcock’s adaptation boosted Bloch’s career, the psychology of dissociative identity disorder as portrayed on film vs. real life, some insidious transphobia, and the way true-crime fascination helped propel PSYCHO. Join them next week for the film! Ink to Film Buy Psycho or any of the other source books or guest novels at Ink to Film's bookshop: www.bookshop.org/shop/inktofilm Support Ink to Film on Patreon for bonus content, merch, and the ability to vote on upcoming projects! https://www.patreon.com/inktofilm Ink to Film's Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Bluesky (@inktofilm) Home Base: inktofilm.com Intro Music: The Haunt by Lenny C https://youtu.be/R0rxf0b8PG4?si=_wvXF2dyf0upaVdy Luke Elliott Website: www.lukeelliottauthor.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/luminousluke IG: https://www.instagram.com/lpelliott/ Threads: https://www.threads.net/@lpelliott Bluesky: https://bsky.app/profile/luminousluke.bsky.social James Bailey Twitter: https://twitter.com/Jame_Bail IG: https://www.instagram.com/jamebail/
On this episode of Monthly Movie Marathon, film critics Nick L'Barrow and Peter Gray go to a world of pure imagination as they watch WILLY WONKA and CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY leading up to the release of WONKA, starring Timothee Chalamet, in cinemas December 14!Thank you for listening, and if you enjoyed, please consider subscribing and leaving a review!You can also watch the podcast on YouTube!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-hxDDKMuGcqe6nXwkeD3QANick's socials: instagram.com/nicksflicksfix twitter.com/nicksflicksfix letterboxd.com/nicksflicksfixPete's socials: instagram.com/ratedpdg twitter.com/ratedpdgRhiannon's Instagram: instagram.com/rhinewbGeorja's Instagram: instagram.com/withg.coIntro/outro music: Fresh Start by Joaquim Karud used copyright free under creative commonsMovies watched:Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
A very special Christmas episode from the Rare Cuts Media Society!
In this episode, the RCMS looks at a Christmas Horror Action movie from Finland, The Land of Santa Claus: Rare Exports (2010). When an excavation project digs up more than they bargained for, a legendary force is released upon Finland's Lapland, the north pole. The panel takes a look at Rare Exports and discusses Santa Clause and the other not-so-nice versions of him! Make sure you listen so you know how to not make the naughty list !!
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Its the anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor which calls for a Bonus Reel, The guys are joined by author and historian Mason Barland to review Michael Bay's "Pearl Harbor." Does this early 200's film still hold up? Tune in and find out!
From serial killers to tech billionaires to pseudonymous artists - everyone in A Murder at the End of the World has a secret. We don’t know who’s willing to kill to keep those secrets, but Jackie and Christy do check out many aspects including unidentified bodies in the US, hackers, smart cities, how we feel about our choices, Icelandic hot springs and more!Huge THANKS to our sponsor: Beam Dream! The company is committed to a better night’s sleep and all-day wellness. Use our link for up to 50% off your order - no code needed. Save, sleep, and support the show!shopbeam.com/KILLERFUNEmail us: KillerFunPodcast@gmail.comFollow us on Facebook: fb.me/KillerFunPodcastAll the Tweets, er, POSTS: http://twitter.com/KillerFunPodInstagram: killerfunpodcast
The bros talk about what they would do if they inadvertently killed Santa Claus in this episode about the 1994 film, The Santa Clause. Written by Steve Rudnick & Leo Benvenuti and Directed by John Pasquin.
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