Sarah and Roxi welcome Girls With Issues hosts Billea Bones and Vicki Oh to discuss female representation in the media, both positive and negative.
It’s story time kids!
I want to tell you a tale of three adventurers who fought against metal monsters in an epic battle known as “Rush Hour”
to place themselves in the kingdom of “Cinequest”. Yes, their battle was fierce, and many obstacles were thrown in their direction, but through sheer will and determination these three brave souls, from different walks of life, found one another, safe and ready for entertainment.
Spider-man, Spider-man, does whatever an Octopus can!
Wait that’s not right…
Superior Spider-man, Marvel’s newest version of Spider-man has been rebooted and it is amazing! The new story follows “Peter Parker” as he performs his daily duties as New York’s web slinging crime fighter and member of the Avengers.
One of these days, I’ll learn to contain my emotions when I find out that someone hasn’t heard of a particular movie. Today is not going to be that day however. My roommate has never heard of the Road movies, the classic Hollywood series of seven comedies released between 1940 and 1962 starring Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, and Dorothy Lamour. And she’s not the first young whippersnapper I’ve met to not know these movies. Bob Hope was a staple in my formative years (which is why I’m a sucker for good puns), so let me lay down some education for you fine folks who may not know the silly, and politically incorrect, joy that are the Road pictures.
Eric, Bryan and guest host Sarah Ashley discuss the history of film. Enjoy!
PHOTO CREDIT: A handprinted, colorized still from Georges Méliès iconic film Les Voyage Dan La Lune (A Trip to the Moon)