PODCAST: Subject:CINEMA #588 – November 5 2017

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSubject:CINEMA #588 – November 5 2017 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email – subjectcinema@pnrnetworks.com  <—NEW ADDRESS Voicemail – TOLL FREE – call 888-269-2443 Speakpipe – https://www.speakpipe.com/SubjectCINEMA Patreon Friends -join up now! We Need YOU! http://patreon.com/PNRNetworks Subject:CINEMA App – NOW AVAILABLE!! YAY! Get your FREE […]

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PODCAST: Subject:CINEMA #543 – November 6 2016

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSubject:CINEMA #543 –  November 6 2016 COMMUNICATE WITH US! We want to hear from YOU! Email – subjectcinema@pnrnetworks.com  <—NEW ADDRESS Voicemail – TOLL FREE – call 888-269-2443 Speakpipe – https://www.speakpipe.com/SubjectCINEMA Patreon Friends -join up now! We Need YOU! http://patreon.com/PNRNetworks Subject:CINEMA App – coming soon! THIS WEEK: We’re back […]

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PODCAST: Subject:CINEMA #483 – The 5th annual “Boston Springs A Fethival!” Part 2 – May 24 2015

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSubject:CINEMA #483 – The 5th annual “Boston Springs A Fethival!” Part 2 – May 24 2015 THIS WEEK: THIS IS A BIGGIE! Part two of a double feature weekend, this show features more from Boston’s SEVEN major Film Festivals that run from March 1 to May 1, including […]

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Subject:CINEMA #413 – “‘Dementia 13’/’Matango’/Assange & Cumberbatch/’Escape From Tomorrow'” – October 13 2013

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSubject:CINEMA #413 – “‘Dementia 13’/’Matango’/Assange & Cumberbatch/’Escape From Tomorrow’” – October 13 2013 This Week’s Show: REEL REWIND – This week’s movie news MICRO FOCUS – “Dementia 13” FREEZE-FRAME –  Julian Assange and Benedict Cumberbatch spar over “The Fifth Estate” UNDER THE RADAR – “Matango” REWIND REVIEW – […]

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Subject:CINEMA #412 – “‘House On Haunted Hill’/’The Tingler’/’Last Man On Earth’/’C.O.G.'” – October 6 2013

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSubject:CINEMA #412 – “‘House On Haunted Hill’/’The Tingler’/’Last Man On Earth’/’C.O.G.’” – October 6 2013 This Week’s Show: REEL REWIND – This week’s movie news MICRO FOCUS – “House On Haunted Hill” FREEZE-FRAME –  Controversy over the new Oscar Documentary voting rules FETHIVAL FLASH – The first ever […]

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Subject:CINEMA #373 – “Won’t You Be My Neighbor? The Legacy Of Mister Rogers!”

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Thanks for tuning in Subject:CINEMA, now in our  SEVENTH Year of podcast fun….(gasp!) THIS WEEK: This week, we go back in time to celebrate one of televisions most beloved hosts and one of television’s most beloved series – it’s “WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? THE LEGACY OF […]

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Davis Theatre 4 featured on Cavebabble

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSPNR Networks podcast Cavebabble’s latest show is about the Lyon family’s trip to Higginsville MO, to visit the Davis Theatre, one of the theaters we’ve been spotlighting since our site launched. The family made the two-hour trek from their home near Jefferson City to the theater to see […]

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Subject:CINEMA #342 – “February Sweeps IV: Animated Reality – Personality Cartoons!”

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThanks for tuning in Subject:CINEMA, now in its sixth year of great movie podcasting! THIS WEEK: 2012’s edition of February Sweeps concludes with our look at the most ridiculous of celebrity vanity projects – it’s “Animated Reality – Personality Cartoons! Plus – Our annual Oscar Predictions A HUGE […]

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It’s Official – Save Our Screens is HERE!

Greetings! As regular readers of Popcorn N Roses and regular listeners of Subject:CINEMA know, Kim and I have become very active supporters in two areas in the last year – theater preservation/restoration/rescuing and film preservation. Our interest in these two subjects was minimal at best until 2011, when we happened across three documentary films that changed our perspective forever – […]

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PNR Networks announces “SaveOurScreens.Org”!

Greetings! As regular readers of Popcorn N Roses and regular listeners of Subject:CINEMA know, Kim and I have become very active supporters in two areas in the last year – theater preservation/restoration/rescuing and film preservation. Our interest in these two subjects was minimal at best until 2011, when we happened across three documentary films that changed our perspective forever – […]

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PNR Networks announces “SaveOurScreens.Org”!

Greetings! As regular readers of Popcorn N Roses and regular listeners of Subject:CINEMA know, Kim and I have become very active supporters in two areas in the last year – theater preservation/restoration/rescuing and film preservation. Our interest in these two subjects was minimal at best until 2011, when we happened across three documentary films that changed our perspective forever – […]

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SAVE OUR SCREENS: Columbia City loses its last battle

Columbia City Cinema in Seattle, the subject of our first Save Our Screens feature, has lost the battle to stay afloat amid more maneuvering by the city of Seattle. Their final night of business was last Thursday, May 5th. For the latest info on what happened, check out the links below: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2014963826_cinema05m.html?prmid=head_more http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/popcornprejudiceamovieblog/2014962621_columbia_city_cinema_closure_t.html?prmid=obinsite http://www.columbiacitycinema.com/ More will be posted this weekend.

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DAILY TRAILER: Preserve Me A Seat

As we announced on Subject:CINEMA over the weekend, Kim and I are now going to be taking an active part in helping get attention for theaters that need your help. This movie is one of the reasons why. Although the film is five years old, it’s worth the time and effort to find it and view it – the stories […]

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