mikeboas / Mike Boas

I’m an animator from Rochester, NY. I drive a plastic car. Here are some podcasts that interest me. Mainly about movies, books, technology, and science.

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    Kirk Von Hammett the legendary guitarist for Metallica and now, world renowned horror movie memorabilia collector! In the wake of releasing his glorious hardcover compilation Too Much Horror Business, he’s now running his first horror convention: Kirk Von Hammett’s Fear FestEvil.


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  2. Sound Bytes: January 25, 2014

    Sound Bytes: Your Computer User Group of the Air! A weekly radio show with news, interviews, opinions (lots of opinions!), and phone calls. Sound Bytes: America’s Longest Running Computer Call-in Radio Show.


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  3. ON STORY: Paul Thomas Anderson Talks with Jonathan Demme

    AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL’S ON STORY: Paul Thomas Anderson Talks with Jonathan Demme.

    Jonathan Demme describes his filmmaking journey in a conversation moderated by fellow Director Paul Thomas Anderson.


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  4. Abbott & Costello Explain a Niche

    An excerpt the Who’s On First radio episode.


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  5. Lotte Reiniger Recording

    German cut-out animator, Lotte Reiniger, discusses her career and her process for creating her films including world-renowned “Prince Achmed.” Recorded in 1976.


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  6. Staggering Stories Commentary #101: Doctor Who – The Five Doctors

    Preempting our scheduled commentary due to British celebratory statute:

    Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins, Fake Keith, Jean Riddler, the Real Keith Dunn and Scott Fuller sit down, mind probed, in front of the 1983 Doctor Who anniversary special, The Five Doctors, and spout more than our usual nonsense and generally get in the mood for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary!

    Warning: This commentary is at least three times more boisterous than our average effort. Do not listen if you have a history of mind probing in your family or you have ever lost a beloved pet yeti in a freak fireworks accident.

    The Doctor is plucking at the harp strings, the Doctor is playing with his Galactic Glitter, the Doctor is taking Rassilon’s tower from above, the Doctor is trapped in some film offcuts and the Doctor is a fake. But enough of their problems, please sit down with us to enjoy Doctor Who’s Twentieth Anniversary Special – The Five Doctors…


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  7. Movie Crypt 26 Mike Mendez


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  8. Larry Blamire on LA Talk Radio

     Larry Blamire interviewed with Andrew Parks, Dan Conroy, Brian Howe Talks about STEAM WARS, Big Dan Frater, what’s the deal with LOST SKELETON 3, and stuff. Lots of stuff.

    http://www.latalkradio.com/Combat.php Show for Friday, October 25, 2013

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  9. Movie Beat chat with screenwriter Billy Ray

    Billy Ray, screenwriter, director. Billy Ray is the screenwriter of “Captain Phillips.” He also wrote and directed the films “Shattered Glass” and “Breach”, and co-wrote the screenplay for “The Hunger Games”. Billy began writing for movies and television at the age of 19. He sold his first script, an episode of “The Jetsons” in 1984. He has written numerous feature films and was one of the creators and writers of the science fiction show "Earth 2". Since 2009, he’s been a member of the Writers’ Guild of America’s Board of Directors. He was nominated by the Chicago Film Critics Association for Most Promising Filmmaker and he also was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for Best Screenplay for his work on "Shattered Glass" his story about a reporter who invented his stories. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com


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  10. The Sound of Young America: Elmore Leonard

    Posted Tue, 07/03/2007 - 11:04 by Jesse Thorn.

    Elmore Leonard is one of America’s most treasured and acclaimed writers of popular fiction. He’s written 41 novels, having started writing westerns for magazines in the 50s. His latest, "Up in Honey’s Room," is set on the homefront during World War II, a war of which Leonard is himself a veteran.


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