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Send In The Clowns (The Moors, LGBTQ Hate crimes, IT, Oklahoma!, 9/11, Nasty 90s)

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Minority Korner

It's halloween, which means something scurry that maybe used to bring joy to many is lurking around every corner: Clowns! Ah! And they even have a sequel to a very particular clown coming back to haunt us. The twins lament over their fears: IT! It's back! Is there a scientific reason as to why people don't like clowns? The Wonder Twins also piece together the real meaning behind a very popular 90s dance jam and surprise: it's nasty. It's the 90s! James is freshly back from seeing the new and exciting version of OKLAHOMA! This ain't yo mamma's Oklahoma, on this dark take on this usually up beat American musical. This transitions into a conversation of how to do a remount of a classic play.Nnekay has some suggestions for him to see next. The duo talk about the rise in violence against the LGBTQ community, and is the economy really booming in Trump's America? Also the shitty tactics employed by the North Carolina State Representative to get bills paid on 9/11. The main event is all about The Moors! James breaks down who they are and how they brought alllllll the magic to Europe, brining them out of the Dark Ages and into the Renaissance giving us advancements in education, hygiene, food, medicine, dining, sexuality, music, technology, agriculture, the modern city, and more! The Moore's are giving us more, and it's time we give them credit, as once again Black folks and their contributions have been washed out of history. Not today on Minority Korner! James will probably drag Europe for there sad dark living before the Moors came in and Fixed Their Lives! Get ready to have your mind blown about the Moor's! 

Links

The Moors!

https://bit.ly/2kIIJzQ
https://bit.ly/2kxR3m4
 
Hate Crimes on Rise:
https://bit.ly/2lRYQeq

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Who Shot Ya? Episode 101: Justice For Han! - 'Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw' with William Bibbiani and Jen Yamato

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Who Shot Ya?
Guests: 
Jen Yamato
Guests: 
William Bibbiani

Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

These aren't just podcasts partners...they're family. Alonso is joined by film critic and host of the 'Canceled Too Soon' podcast William Bibbiani. He's also joined by film reporter for the LA Times and "Karaoke Monster" Jen Yamato. This episode is all about "Justice For Han" as the gang discusses Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. They also dissect the Fast & Furious franchise as a whole. Plus they confess their movie pet peeves. And, as always, staff picks.

In news, RIP D.A. Pennebaker, "The Losers" of It get "de-aged", and Disney is rebooting Home Alone.

Staff Picks:

Jen - Luce
Alonso - Vision Portraits
William - Jupiter Ascending

With Alonso Duralde, Jen Yamato, and William Bibbiani.

You can let us know what you think of Who Shot Ya? on Twitter or Facebook. Or email us at whoshotya@maximumfun.org

Call us on the "Who Shotline" - WSY-803-1664

Produced by Casey O'Brien and Laura Swisher for MaximumFun.org.

Switchblade Sisters Episode 46: 'Freaks' with Jess Weixler

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Guests: 
April Wolfe
Guests: 
Jess Weixler

Freaks

This week we are so lucky to have actor, writer, and director Jess Weixler on the program. Most people know her from her breakout role in the 2007 film, Teeth. But she has a new movie out called Chained for Life. In it she stars opposite Adam Pearson, who some may remember from Under The Skin. And the movie she chose to discuss is Tod Browning's infamous 1932 film, Freaks. Jess reflects on her own experiences working and living with people with disabilities. She touches upon the experience of acting with Adam and other actors with facial differences. April and she also crack open whether or not Freaks is an offensives film. And they try to tackle the fine line between exploitation and celebration. This is a truly enthralling conversation that is entertaining, funny, and very heartfelt.

If you are attending Fantastic Fest this year in Austin, go check out Jess' movie Chained For Life.

And if you haven't seen it yet, go watch on Freaks

With April Wolfe with Jess Weixler

You can let us know what you think of Switchblade Sisters at @SwitchbladePod on Twitter. Or email us at switchbladesisters@maximumfun.org
Produced by Casey O'Brien and Laura Swisher for MaximumFun.org.

MK97: Cuantos Licks? W/ Janine Brito

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Minority Korner

Hola! We are coming to you from around the globe, as James is in Espana and being unapologetically Black overseas, while spreading the gospel about racism in America like a Paul Revere. James is also working like a bastard, why do they work so hard, training for the Avengers 10K, accidentally joining separatist protests, and making a crazy film that may bring in the Spanish new wave of film making. Meanwhile back in the states, Nnekay has fallen in love with a new dog, and her bitch Zelda might not be having it. Also, maybe British Black actors leading American biopics might not be such a bad idea in terms of overseas appeal, aka John Boyega in Detroit, has found a home in Espana. Then we go to the main event: Writer/Comedian (not Comedienne) Janine Brito! We discuss the haunted Poconos Manner, getting lost in the forest, what to do when your family voted for Trump, why you should turn off Reality TV and do something, what's it like to be a lesbian comedian in LA, and create an idea for embroidered pillows on the go! Also someone please call James' mother, and tell her that he is safe in Europe. All this and more! 

Who Shot Ya? Episode 2: It

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Who Shot Ya?
Guests: 
Ricky Carmona
Guests: 
April Wolfe
Guests: 
Alonso Duralde
Guests: 
Drea Clark

On this week's show, the panel tackles It and whether or not Pennywise is scary. Joining Ricky Carmona and Alonso Duralde (The Wrap) in-studio is indie producer and film festival programmer Drea Clark. April Wolfe calls in from Canada to tell us about her favorite films from the Toronto International Film Festival so far. And even though we're only in September, she's already got an Oscar prediction.

Plus, Ricky, Alonso and Drea draft their favorite misfits from movies set in the1980s to each form a Loser's Club of their own.

Weekly Movie Recommendations:

Alonso - Strong Island
Drea - How to Steal a Million
Ricky - Dog Day Afternoon

With Alonso Duralde, April Wolfe and Ricky Carmona.

Produced by Casey O'Brien and Laura Swisher

Inside Pop Ep 91: Emmy Predictions, Insecure Finale Recap, It Review

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Inside Pop

This episode is hella full with the very best of a great week in pop culture!

Don't hand in that Emmy office pool ballot until you listen to our '100% guaranteed to be right' Emmy predictions. We'll let you know the actors and series that will win television's big night.

We also pick our jaws up from the floor in time to recap the Season 2 Finale of Issa Rae's Insecure (Issa, the couch - REALLY?!).

Also, Sean reviews the box office monster (pun most definitely intended) It and tells you if It lands in his Top 9 Stephen King Adaptations of all time.

Finally, Amita rates Sean's photo focused Big Sell from last week, and then sells Sean on an article written by an Oscar-winning and Emmy nominated actress.

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And visit our official site at www.insidepoppodcast.com

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