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What's your favorite movie to watch during the Halloween Season? We go over our favorite scary and not-so-scary Halloween films. 

Also, let's see if your favorite in the Top 20 Highest Grossing Horror Films. 

Hosts: Kitty & Mick

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Listen to sneak preview clips of the next episodes of Will & Grace and The Good Place.

The Last Jedi trailer arrives and it makes us think of our original theories on who Rey is and why she is related to the Skywalkers. 

Hosts: Kitty & Mick

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In this episode, we talk with Nathan Kincaid, a KC filmmaker about being part of the first group of filmmakers to be awarded the Robert Altman Emerging Filmmakers Fund. Steven Fuller, the president of the Film Society Kansas City joins us to talk about the growing film community in KC and the perks to joining the society. Hint... it's for anyone who loves going to the movies and getting free stuff :)

Film Society KC http://www.filmsocietykc.com

Nathan Kincaid http://www.imdb.me/nathankincaid

Hosts: Kitty & Mick. 

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Brad Pitt, Megan Fox, John Wayne, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon all started their careers in the background before stepping into the spotlight. Actors you see in many TV shows and films who aren't credited because they don't have any speaking roles are called background actors, not extras. In this episode, we catch up with J.B. Bauersfeld, who is just starting his acting career. If you look closely you can see him in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story. He tells us about landing KFC and Southwest commercials. His website: www.jbbauersfeld.com

Hosts: Kitty & Mick

You can always leave us a message and we'll play it on our podcast (816) 237-8422.

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In this episode, we give a spoiler-free review of the film, "Wonder Woman", plus we'll have some interviews with Diana herself, Gal Gadot, and the film's director, Patty Jenkins.

We also talk to a wonderful woman who's a talented writer, director, and actor, Michelle Davidson. She's a Kansas City native and a kick-ass professional who is slaying it in the filmmaking world. Hear how she comes up with topics for screenplays and what it was like getting a role on "House of Cards".

Hosts: Kitty & Mick

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Hello everyone! It's National Wine Day and we are drinking our favorite wine, while talking pop culture. In this episode we talk about the revival of "Twin Peaks". So far, it's even weirder than the original series, and we are here for it! We also talk about Season 7 of Game of Thrones! The new trailer dropped this week and we have to talk about it. We'll break down some of what was revealed, even if it was brief. 

And we have to say a very happy, happy Birthday to STAR WARS! The original film hit theaters 40 years ago today. We talk about our love of the film and what we know about "The Last Jedi".

 

Hosts: Kitty & Mick

May 14, 2017

Episode 122

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In this episode, we talk about the return of NBC's Must See Thursdays and all the shows that got axed by the networks this week. We also talk about the return of "Twin Peaks" and the "Riverdale" season finale. Also, "American Idol" is making a comeback, while a former AI winner heads to a different singing show. Kitty talks about her newest obsession and we have a couple of great new sponsors to talk about! Two words...wine and underwear. 

 

Hosts: Kitty & Mick

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Our coverage of this year's KC Film Fest continues with an interview with filmmaker Adam Knapp. His documentary takes a look at the relationship between Christians and the LGBTQ community in the state. 

More about the documentary: http://outhereinkansas.com

Hosts: Kitty & Mick

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KC Film Fest is almost here and we got a chance to chat with Alex Haughey the Director of the new film Prodigy before it comes to KC. We screened it before our conversation with him and it is really good! It's a great combination of part thriller and sci-fi. 

More information: www.prodigy-movie.com/ or on FB @ProdigyMovie

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