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TV

The Podcast • Chapter 15:
Bates Motel
Final Season Review
Spoilers…
You’ve Been Warned

Voices Film Podcast Chapter 15. I Fly Solo Here And Review The Final Season Of A&E’s Brilliant Series, Bates Motel Infused With Spoilers.

Music

Chris Cornell
1964-2017
In Memoriam
I can’t believe I’m writing this post

"I never wanted,


To write these words down... for you.


With the pages...


Of phrases...


Of all the things...we'll never do.


So I'll blow out...


The candle,


And I'll put you...to bed.


Since you can't say to me now,


How the dogs broke your bone,


There's just one thing left to be said...


Say Hello To Heaven"


- Chris Cornell, 1991

Michael Jackson
Thriller
Beat It
&
Billie Jean

Michael Jackson. 1983. If you were alive and aware, his impact and talent is undeniable. This is The music Video for Thriller, directed by John Landis, and the making of that historic video which still rocks today, 35 years later.

Michael Jackson, The Kng of Pop.

The Podcast • Chapter 14:
TV V Film
&
Where Were You When The Game Of Thrones Red Wedding Episode Aired?

The Podcast • Chapter 14 | War: TV V Film, The Great Films Of The 1980’s And Where Were You When Game Of Thrones “The Red Wedding” Aired?

Comedy

Happy Thanksgiving
Planes, Trains And Automobiles

Happy Thanksgiving to you all. Thinking of this holiday inevitably brings this 1987 John Q's classic comedy/drama to mind for me. Especially the final scene which I find so incredibly heartwarming here's a little trivia for you Martin's wife is currently in the fourth season of Homeland

Dumb And Dumber To
Why Jim, Why?

I guess Jim needed a new house...2015 will bring the world the sequel to the hugely successful "Dumb & Dumber". Why you may ask...
I was wondering the same thing, but as Hal Holbrook said to Charlie Sheen in Oliver Stones "Wall Street"
"Bud, the main thing about money...it makes you do things you don't want to do."

Podcasts

The Podcast • Chapter 14:
TV V Film
&
Where Were You When The Game Of Thrones Red Wedding Episode Aired?

The Podcast • Chapter 14 | War: TV V Film, The Great Films Of The 1980’s And Where Were You When Game Of Thrones “The Red Wedding” Aired?

The Podcast • Chapter 13:
The Handmaiden
&
Halt And Catch Fire

What Up Yo. Read the article here: https://voicesfilm.com/podcast-•-chapter-13-chapter-4k-uhd-home-theater-review-park-chan-wooks-the-handmaiden-amcs-halt-and-catch-fire/ First off, and I should have been doing this since Chapter 1: LISTEN WITH HEADPHONES Chapter 13 • The Opening Credits: "Thirteen!" - Ray Stevenson "HBO ROME" (2003) "We're through the looking glass hear people..." - Kevin Costner "JFK" (1990) "Cry Little Sister - Theme From Lost Boys" - Gerard McMann " THE LOST BOYS (1987) "Lock N Load" - Tom Berenger "PLATOON" (1986) "What Is Fight Club?" - The Dust Brothers "FIGHT CLUB SOUNDTRACK" (1999) "Gentleman... welcome to Fight Club" - Brad Pitt "FIGHT CLUB" (1999) "That's how you get Capone" - […]

The Podcast • Chapter 12:
The Dark Knight
With Matt Candela

What Up Yo. First off , read the article here: http://voicesfilm.com/voices-podcast-the-dark-knight-with-matt-candela/ Second: Put those headphones in now... Christopher Nolan's 2nd entry in "The Dark Knight Trilogy" 2008's The Dark Knight. We went deep, 2 hours deep. I've delved into the Dark before on this site in article form here: The Dark Knight How Christopher Nolan’s Film Nearly Achieved Masterpiece Status   I went to trim where I could, but couldn't find a thing to take out. I am joined this week by my cousin Matt Candela, of "That'll Play" podcast. 2 years ago this month Matt and Johnny Nuzzi had […]

Commentary

Interviews

The Zachary Fall Interview
By Bree Donovan

Voices welcome writer Bree T Donovan to the asylum...something tells me she high-octane, gasoline drenched visual storytelling.


Bree brings us a one-on-one interview with actor Zachary Fall, of the television show Guilt


Get em Bree....and welcome aboard!

Sports

Derek Begins…#4
Fred Schepisi’s
Mr. Baseball

"An arrogant aging ballplayer is traded to a Japanese team and has difficulties adjusting to their cultures and customs.
This movie by far has to be the most underrated on my list. Made in 1992, it featured baseball from a Japanese standpoint..."

Memoriam

In Memoriam
Debbie Reynolds
&
Carrie Fisher
A Tragic Loss For The Family

Update: 12/28/2016: Debbie Reynolds, Carries mother, suffered a stroke and has also passed away.

Carrie Fisher personified the cinematic "Female Heroine" with her immortal portrayal of Princess Leia in the Star Wars film franchise.

I don't know that she ever openly recognized that she was the quintessential female hero to her millions of adoring fans around the world.
She seemed to feel the role was more of a curse then a privilege.

But young girls around the world recognized it.
Women, men, children around the world recognized it.
And the world of cinema recognized it, was altered forever by it...
And she will be immortalized because of it.

Kurt Cobain
21 Years Gone
The Impact And Legacy

Kurt Cobain ascended the golden ladder, a ladder most will never glimpse.
He he climbed to the very top...and saw a curtain, behind which he always thought would be his salvation.
He reached over the ladder and peaked behind...
And for whatever reason...
After years of imaging the solace he might find....
Whatever Kurt saw back there...
He didn’t want to take another step after that...

He just wanted off the ladder by any means necessary.