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The Stone Turntable Movie Podcast

Movie-related podcast that include reviews, social commentary and analysis from several points of view. Subject matter will range from early cinema history to current releases and related news material(s). Intended audiences are 18+ and older and may or may not include adult language and subject material. Views expressed are personal and belong to podcast-personality's and may or may not reflect that of Light's Chosen Media.
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Dec 31, 2016

Welcome to The Stone Turntable! (NSFW/Explicit)

This time around our hosts "just can't even" as they try to put the last calendar year into brief perspective. They discuss best and worst in movies for 2016 as well as pay humble respects to a handful of many, many celebrities, movie stars who passed away this year. ):

One of our hosts was on post-holiday sick leave and we all wish him a speedy recovery as we go into the New Year.

We at The Stone Turntable thank you for your support and for giving us a few minutes to share our movie experiences with you. You have helped make the last two years a LOT of fun and we look forward to many more!!

May good health be upon you,

may you be wrapped in loving arms,

may laughter and Joy

follow you this year.

Be awesome.

 

May the Force be with You Always Kenny, Carrie and Debbie. <3 <3

 

*our ducks were on vacation for the holiday season--fringe benefits to having a seasonal migratory clause*

Dec 23, 2016

Welcome to The Stone Turntable's Movie Roulette!

This time around our hosts recap movies given to them by another cohost. Our hosts discuss three movies: Anomolisa (2015), Chef (2014) and Batteries Not Included (1987).

Mention of the RBG food porn page on Facebook was made related to the Chef movie review! https://www.facebook.com/groups/1506759709624136/?ref=bookmarks So many people share THEIR love for cooking there we wanted to spread the word.

The fire stays stoked as our hosts play devil's advocate and share their ideas about perception (SNAAAAAKE), the love of cooking, weird conditions, flying Pepsi cans and ultimately, Arrival and Rogue One.

Joe saw Arrival and shares his reactions, take-aways and general feeling of awe while Juan went and saw Rogue One at an IMAX 3D theater and had to contain his younger self. He talks briefly about James Luceno's Catalyst prequel novel, basic summarization and why it is a likeable film. (Every attempt at avoiding a spoiler was made. BE WARNED)

Our post production crew had to go borrow more ducks to implement an acceptable level of "quacks"; each duck was dressed as an elf and fed candy canes to stay placated and productive.

*No ducks were harmed while working in Santa's Shop*

 

Nov 29, 2016

Welcome to The Stone Turntable!!!

This time around our hosts explore three (of many) Overrated Movies that each of them selected to explore. One of our hosts has a flashback, another reconciles bad movies about mortals and the last host lays his pecker on the chopping block by presenting a questionable choice. o.O

Join our hosts as they discuss their choices and why they made their picks. Some choices may or may not be aligned with what you think. We have a Twitter poll going on our page @stone_turntable. Listen to the podcast and choose which movie you think (of the three talked about) is the most overrated. Movies 1-3 are in chronological order as they were discussed.We will disclose poll results in our next episode!

Thank you for joining us.

We are on iTunes, GooglePlay, Stitcher and TuneIn!! Go to Browse/Explore and type in The Stone Turntable then SUBSCRIBE!!!

 

*no ducks were verbally, psychologically or physically mistreated during this making of this episode. The post production crew, however, were worked like dogs.*

Explicit Language Warning!! NSFW

Opinions expressed are for entertainment purposes and do not necessarily reflect that of hosts or affiliates. All rights reserved to respective parties.

Nov 24, 2016

Welcome to The Stone Turntable!!

Join our host on a very short podcast journey as he offers gratitude on this day of reflection and community.

Wherever you are, we at The Stone Turntable wish you and your loved ones a very happy holiday filled with mirth, time spent with loved ones and most of all....FOOOOOOD!!!

All I know is the tacos around my house are going to be off the chain the next couple weeks!! ;D

Many thanks to Libsyn.com for providing this platform for us to be knuckleheads and share our observations of the ever changing (or not?) world of movies and entertainment.

Thanks and love to our audience who help motivate us to continue to explore this media and be better podcasters. <3

You can subscribe at our website: www.thestoneturntable.libsyn.com

OR

You can find us on Twitter @stone_turntable, on iTunes, GooglePlay, Stitcher and TuneIn!!!

*not one single duck was found roaming the studio today. ;D*

Nov 17, 2016

Welcome to The Stone Turntable!!!!

This week our hosts have another Free 4 All and cover a wide variety of films including the following:

Brief political mouth-puke, Good Old Games (GOG.com), VR tech, Smurfs, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (in Theaters November 18), Dr. Strange (in theaters now), Hacksaw Ridge (in theaters now), Assassin’s Creed, Rogue One (Dec. 16), A Dog’s Purpose (Jan 27), Lego Batman Movie , Logan (March 3), Strange Magic and Ghost in the Shell (March 31).

We pull off our white straight-jackets, open up our minds and deliver another extemporaneous show based on upcoming movies going into the new year.

We tend to used imdb.com for some of our sourcing as well as late night searches of the wide world of the Internet. Take a look around at your various sources—we might be there looking too!

Look for us on iTunes, GooglePlay, TuneIn, Stitcher and Twitter @stone_turntable.

Take a peek at our Twitter page for upcoming and current polls (for fun) about movies, past and present as well as pop culture. Drop us a note or “follow”—we will do the same!!

Explicit Warning: Ducks are sneaky and can sometimes evade humans despite their skill at corralling the explicit language. Be forewarned.

Nov 4, 2016

Welcome to The Stone Turntable!

Join our Hosts as they deliver impromptu, off-the-cuff and extemporaneous ideas and opinions about a handful of different movies and topics. They briefly discuss a wide range of movies including Rogue One, Ghostbusters, Allied, Nocturnal Animals, Bug, Resident Evil (2017), Doctor Strange and many others.

Our hosts also dish out briefly on story continuity, movie and video game trends and one of our hosts goes off about his love for Starbucks, Warcraft, KOTOR and SWTOR.

They also discuss a real-life "Herbert the Pervert" from the Family Show; one of our hosts came across this news reel from The Woody Show on Alt 98.7 via iHeart Radio app. Here's the link: http://alt987fm.iheart.com/onair/the-woody-show-54307/herbert-from-family-guy-in-real-14957551/

We are on Twitter @stone_turntable, iTunes, GooglePlay, Stitcher and TuneIn! Subscribe and drop us a note!

 

Please remember: as often as our post production team "quacks" the F-bombs, some ducks are tricky and can slip through. EXPLICIT LANGUAGE and SPOILER ALERTS!

Hosts and provider are not affiliated with any entities mentioned or accredited; all rights reserved to respective parties.

Oct 29, 2016

Welcome to The <Haunted> Stone Turntable!!!

Join our harrowing hosts as we take a walk on the darker path in the movie world and talk about nearly a dozen movies related to (and sometimes not) Halloween. Movies include: The Rocky Horror Picture Show, High Spirits, Halloween (with Jaime Lee Curtis), Kramus, Trick R Treat, Rob Zombie films, Lords of Salem, Charlie Brown and the Great Pumpkin and The Book of Life. We even talk about the recent Power Rangers movie (just because) and walk the streets of movie cinema looking for good treats.

Hollywood hardly fails to deliver in this highly commercialized, historically based and cosplay styled holiday.  There are plenty other films, TV shows and other pop culture elements that we don't cover--so explore what's out there!! From old Disney cartoons to Jack Skellington, Hocus Pocus to Sleepy Hollow, the darker, archaic and often more evil realities in life are brought front and center to be confronted.

Get ready to press <cos>play, sharpen your fangs, hit subscribe at iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher or TuneIn to join us! You can follow us on Twitter too: @stone_turntable.

Special shout out to our friend "L" for the new graphic art. You are awesome!!

*all ducks were unharmed during the taping of this episode and were gratuitously compensated in the form of candy*

Oct 19, 2016

Welcome back to The Stone Turntable!!

In this episode, our hosts cover a Disney film that looks visually stunning, explore movies about courage and combat and revisit a witch project. We covered the new Blair Witch Project movie which hit the theaters on September 16, 2016 (a day after this recording). They also watched Hacksaw Ridge which will hit movie theaters on November 4, 2016 and then finished the 'cast with Disney's Moana, set to hit movie theaters November 23, 2016 (imdb.com).

We invited some younger guests to join us in watching the trailer for Moana to get their initial reactions too!

You can find us on iTunes, Google Play and Stitcher as well as our website where you can SUBSCRIBE!: thestoneturntable.libsyn.com!

The crew is playing catch up after our post production guy went out for extensive surgery in late September. We are working diligently to get back on track and keep you posted about what's going on in the movie world!!!

Oh yeah. We swear a lot (except when young hosts are around), so NSFW. I quacked as much as I could. Jus' sayin.

*ducks were fed humanely with soy crackers, and were often let out to graze free range style at regular intervals.*

Sep 5, 2016

Azeroth is being assailed again.

Fel fire fills the skies.
Gul'dan runs amok anew, and its up to us, Azeroth's Greatest Champions, to scour the Broken Isles, hone our skills, acquire Legendary Weapons and beat the shit out of another Orc troublemaker.

In this episode, one of our hosts takes up arms and shares approximately one hours worth of gameplay as he restraps his armor, hits the repair vendor and strikes out to explore Blizzard's latest title release for its World of Warcraft franchise.

Our host "Shal" decided to add another channel to our small network of podcasts to share insights on the evolving and changing landscape of the Gaming World and resubscribed for a month to explore Legion (despite misgivings). We had to wait for the "Pally Bubble" to wear off to chain him down and log in.

Legion is now live and Blizzard has announced a new patch coming up that will focus on Karazhan (7.1 I think). The recent Hearthstone patch kind of nodded toward an upcoming revamp of another of Burning Crusade era content that resonated well with players at time of release and thereafter. Our host Shal recently solo'd Karazhan again and noted the larger number of players in the vicinity. Karazhan revolves around the Last Guardian of Azeroth, Medivh, and the events that took place surrounding his last apprentice, Khadgar, who is a main protagonist in both the Warlords of Draenor and Legion release(s).

Grab your mount, stock up on Kungaloosh and hit the repair vendor:

The Stone Turntable pulls Boss in 5, 4.....

 By the way: SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER Alert!!!!

For information about Warcraft:Legion and other Warcraft related titles, click on this link: http://us.battle.net/en/int?r=wow

Aug 21, 2016

Check your magazine and mascara---your hosts return to review Suicide Squad, which is still in theaters!! Starring Jared Leto (Joker), Margot Robbie (Harley Quinn), Will Smith (Deadshot) and a host of others, Suicide Squad hit the theaters on August 4, 2016 (early release) and has earned $241 Million in the US to date (imdb.com).

Join us as our hosts adjust their attitudes and explore the idea that being bad could be sooooo good!

Directed by David Ayer. Written by David Ayer, Bill Finger, John Ostrander and Ross Andru.

 

Explicit language/themes and crude humor. NSFW.

"I warned ya".

 

*no ducks were harmed during the production of this podcast*

 

Aug 15, 2016

The boys get back to the studio after seeing the early release of Suicide Squad (Warner Bros) on August 4, 2015. Real life functions like moving, family and work and an injury have kept our hosts away from the microphones (to our chagrin). We look forward to sharing our thoughts about this hyped up film that seems to continue to do well in the theaters world wide.

Join Us. We are only a little bit bad (and we also have cookies).

Apr 30, 2016

Welcome to The Stone Turntable!

This time around the boys get back to the studio after a bit of a break and catch up on things happening in the movie world. Joe, Sean and Juan rant, rave and break out the salt lick for one of our spiciest and NSFW episodes yet. We let the Dark Side flow and pulled no punches. The "F-Bombs" were dropped in full salvo this episode so be forewarned: you will hear crass yet insightful observations of Deadpool, the Rogue One theatrical trailer, Joe's feedback about Point Break (Point FAIL) and Suicide Squad.

Secure your earmuffs, pull up a chair and grab that fresh "Juan Special" from Starbucks.

Join us at The Stone Turntable.

 

 

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