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    Special Guests: Cast of Scared Stiff

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    We are back!!!  Prosey's Corner has returned for 5 great episodes, January through May 2020, jam-packed with amazing artists, actors, musicians, comedians and soooooo much more.
    We welcome the cast of Scared Stiff in the very first episode of our new season.  We have the amazing Shawn Cain, an American Film Director, Actor, Author, Stage Play writer and Stand up comedian from Puyallup Washington.  Patrick Cain is an American actor born in Alabama on July 1, 1984 and now he resides in Washington state.  Jamie Cain, an American actress with Shawn Cain Films.  Summer Ebaben, an American actress with Shawn Cain Films; among many other talents.  Jared Maybury, actor, solo musician.  Jessi Balcom, an American actress, and photographer.  Sierra Maybury, actor, and writer.  Leilani Moore, an American actress, and dancer.  David Penrod, an American actor.  
     

  • 01:47

    Cinema Files Radio - Emma Benitez

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    Cinema Files Radio - Emma Benitez

  • 00:48

    Doolittle, Like a Boss, Fleabag, Fall from Grace and the Oscar Nominations!

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    We've just gotten used to writing 2020 on checks and yet the year seems to be in full swing. We've got so much to talk abut this week. There's Robert Downey, Jr. in "Dolittle" which has him talking to animals instead of people in spandex. Then there's "Like a Boss" with the formidable Rose Byrne, Tiffany Haddish and Salma Hayek. There's also "Fall from Grace" which is the latest from Tyler Perry and the romance "Portrait of a Lady on Fire" (just the title should get you intrigued). But wait, there's more. Neil has caught up on "Fleabag," Bill M has watched "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" and Bill B tells us about season 3 of "The Crown." Is that enough for you? If not, you should get professional help. Skip the shrink and listen to us!

  • 00:42

    Talking Pictures: Interview Oscar-Nominee BryanBuckley (Best Live Action Short)

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    Host Paul Booth interviews Director Bryan Buckley for SARIA. It is a 2020 Oscar-Nominee for Best Short Film (Live Action).
    This eye-opening, stunning and tear-jerker of a movie is: 
    Based on true events, SARIA follows two inseparable orphaned sisters, Saria and Ximena, who fight against the daily abuse and unimaginable hardship at the Virgen de La Asuncion Safe Home in Guatemala when a tragic fire claims the lives of 41 orphaned girls. The film is an urgent call to action for the women who lost their lives, and those who survived the fire. The real life survivors, who are seeking justice for the negligence that lead to the death of the 41 girls, are currently in the middle of a legal battle with the Guatemalan Government.  Rather than using traditional child actors to play the roles of the orphans, Buckley opted to reach out to orphanages throughout Mexico to participate in the film. Ultimately selecting Ministerios De Amor Orphanage in Mexico City to work with in partnership. Buckley felt that these children, if given an opportunity, could shine. Both lead actresses, Estefania Tellez (Saria) and Gabriela Ramirez (Ximena) worked together to get their parts in the film.

  • 01:58

    Steve's video store vs the new York tourism board

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    This subject was brought up by the fact Paul morriseys 40 deuce, the only film banned by the NYC tourism board popped up on you tube. So join us as we tell a tale of gentrification and soul stealing 80's style.

  • 00:33

    Oscar 2020 Predictions with Spencer

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    Spencer discusses his pick for Best Picture at the Oscars

  • 01:57

    Top 10 Jeffrey Dean Morgan Moments

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    Jeffrey Dean Morgan has had plenty of notable roles and because we love him so much, we're going to gush for two hours about his many memorable performances.