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Eavesdrop on real, vulnerable, intimate conversations with award-winning artists, best-selling authors, CEOs and execs you can’t get anywhere else – like listening to two good friends talking over a cup of tea or glass of wine. We go deep.
 
We are an up and coming bi-weekly podcast that discusses all things movies, superheroes, and all things nerdy. Your hosts John Pelzel and Justin Speck discuss movies they love (and some they don't love) and often get side-tracked doing so. We're also constantly uploading mini-reviews whenever we watch a movie. Artwork by: Melissa Wolfert Music Theme by: Another Day Gone
 
Welcome to PRN: Pause, Renew, Next, a podcast about soul-care, Scripture, and stories of faith. Join Ginny Detweiler, licensed counselor and lover of authentic conversation, as she sits with a variety of guests to talk about practical soul-care tips, inspiring stories, biographies of heroes of the faith, books, relationships, and more. If you are looking for encouragement in your walk with Jesus, then this podcast is for you.
 
Shots Fired Podcast is designed for all first responders around the country. We will be interviewing heroic people with amazing stories and their never quit attitudes. We will share with all of you our experience in law enforcement, fun times and WILD stories throughout our careers. We want to help break the stigma of post trauma and how it can affect first responders. Our goal is to humanize our profession, talk shop, share leadership ideas and debrief critical incidents so we can all learn ...
 
Let's Dish Baby! Get the dish on all the things Entertainment, Daytime, and Primtime! There is an incredible line up of Stars each month that comes to dish with me! You really need to check it out! We air Mon-Tues-Thurs @ 10 pm, EST (dates, times, and guests are subject to change without notice) so make sure you keep checking our calendar!If you miss a show, you can download it on itunes, or right here in the archive pages! Stardish Radio can be found EVERYWHERE! Recent Guests Include: Twili ...
 
Join Jeff Hilimire and Alex Gonzalez for discussions about leading with purpose, innovating, and thinking expansively. Their insights reflect decades of startup, corporate, and civic experience. Jeff is a best-selling author, serial entrepreneur, and founder who leads Dragon Army and two nonprofit organizations. Alex Gonzalez is a seasoned corporate executive who writes about innovation, produces the Disruptor Studio, and is chief innovation officer for the Metro Atlanta Chamber.
 
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Following the success of the animated TV series, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm was meant to be a direct-to-video movie until Warner Bros. decided to release it theatrically. They believed in the film and thought it could be a big success. It opened on Christmas Day in 1993 at #11 and went on to make over $5.6 million dollars. According to Wikipedia,…
 
As humans, we just don’t always get things right the first time. Sometimes, we need a redo. In today’s reflection episode, I share a real-life example from the journey of parenting a six-year old. God himself was the designer of connected parenting. He knew that our muscle memory would take precedence over our cognitive memory and that we would nee…
 
Billy and Kyle sit down with Scott Savage, owner and founder of Savage Training Group. Scott has 22 years of law enforcement experience, has held several different assignments, to include: Sergeant, SWAT, full time Terrorism/Intelligence Task Force, Field Training Officer, Academy Instructor, Field Supervisor, and has put together a robust training…
 
Writing a debut novel that becomes a New York Times bestseller is an impressive feat. Doing it over 10 years while raising children and working a full-time job is simply awe-inspiring. Angeline Boulley is the author of Firekeeper's Daughter, a layered Native American thriller. She is an enrolled member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indi…
 
If at first you don't succeed, try again with a different writer/director! After the financially succesful but poorly received Suicide Squad in 2016, Warner Bros. decided to try again but this time with James Gunn, who directed the two Guardians of the Galaxy movies for Marvel. Also this time around the film is R rated. With a new cast of character…
 
How do you relate to the country of your birth, if it’s a place you’ve never visited? And when does nostalgia go from being something beautiful to an illness that keeps you from living in the present moment? Our guest today, Safia Elhillo is a Sudanese American poet whose strikingly beautiful debut novel Home Is Not a Country is deeply informed by …
 
What a joy it is to share this conversation with you, friends! Today’s podcast guest, Sharon Tedford, is an absolute delight. (And so is her British accent!) She is a worship leader, author, artist, and podcast host. It was so fun to talk with Sharon about her award-winning podcast, God in the Ordinary, and her journey into the podcasting world. Sh…
 
Continuing with our series on women in the literary arts, today’s guest is Mary H.K. Choi, a Korean-American New York Times best-selling author. Mary has written three young adult novels and has been published in The Atlantic, New York Times, and GQ. Her latest book, Yolk, is the story of two estranged sisters who slowly heal their relationship aft…
 
On the Pause Renew Next Podcast, we’re in a new series, focusing on slowing down and renewing our minds. These are short episodes, 10 minutes or less, and will help give you an encouraging reset in your day. Each episode is made up of three sections: Pause: We will use grounding tools to calm our minds and bodies. Renew: We will meditate and reflec…
 
The guys sat down with Marine Veteran, Kaden Prickett, who shares some war stories of his time on deployments in Afghanistan and Iraq from 2011-2015. Kaden talks about when his platoon was attacked on their first patrol, and his friend losing both legs in an IED explosion. Kaden talks about life in the war, losing friends to suicide and the events …
 
It's finally here! Episode 100! Thank you to everyone who has listened to us, whether you've listened since the beginning or if you're new to the podcast. We appreciate you and are incredibly thankful that you enjoy listening to us. We couldn't think of a better movie to do for our 100th episode than The Dark Knight, directed by Christopher Nolan a…
 
The conversation around identity has evolved greatly in recent years, and this progress has been so important for many people. However there is still a long way to go to a more inclusive and accepting world, and we are joined today by someone who is adding a beautiful and complex voice to the discussion! Meredith Talusan is a transgendered woman, b…
 
On the Pause Renew Next Podcast, we’re in a new series, focusing on slowing down and renewing our minds. These are short episodes, 10 minutes or less, and will help give you an encouraging reset in your day. Each episode is made up of three sections: Pause: We will use grounding tools to calm our minds and bodies. Renew: We will meditate and reflec…
 
Kyle and Billy sit down with Fire Captain, JD Flint. Losing both parents at a young age to drugs and alcohol addiction, forcing him to raise his younger brother did not stop JD from chasing down his dream of becoming a firefighter. JD talks about his childhood struggles and overcoming adversity to becoming a Fire Captain. We talk about some fire re…
 
The heroine’s journey has historically been ignored, cast aside, and devalued, which has lead most of us to idolize and play out the hero’s journey in our own lives. On today’s episode, Gail Carriger, author of The Heroine’s Journey: For Writers, Readers, and Fans of Pop Fiction, breaks down why and how we can begin to reclaim the heroine’s journey…
 
This is the first installment of a new series on the Pause Renew Next Podcast, where we’ll be focusing on slowing down and renewing our minds. Each of these episodes will be 10 minutes or less, to help give you an encouraging reset in your day. Each episode is made up of three sections: Pause: We will use grounding tools to calm our minds and bodie…
 
Alongside raising three children, working as an editor, and practicing as a spiritual psychologist, Anita Kopacz spent seven years creating the magnificent work of art that is Shallow Waters, her debut novel. Part historical fiction and part parable, Shallow Waters deals with deep ancestral trauma through ritual storytelling. The heroine of the boo…
 
Welcome to Season 4 of the Pause Renew Next Podcast! We’re kicking off this new season with a great conversation between myself and my new friend, Rachael Groll of the She Hears Podcast. Rachael is a pastor, missionary, and author. Rachael has a heart for pointing others to Jesus and serves across the globe in the areas of evangelism and disciplesh…
 
In this episode, the guys sit down with certified Post Trauma Therapist, Melissa Freitas, who discusses the different types of therapy used to treat post trauma. Melissa breaks down what EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is and how this specific type of therapy is used to treat first responders who suffer from PTSD / PTS. Billy a…
 
Three years after the release of Raiders of the Lost Ark, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Harrison Ford return for Indiana Jones's next adventure (Although, technically this takes place before Raiders)! A darker film than Raiders, Indy is tasked with finding a magical stone that has been stolen from a small village (along with all the children o…
 
In this episode, you will hear from retired K9 handler, Chris Bosson, who shares his stories of K9 deployments, shootouts and dealing with post trauma. Chris served the bulk of his career as a K9 handler and was involved in numerous critical incidents. Chris shares his story of becoming a K9 handler, being involved in his first shooting and coping …
 
After a seven year wait, we finally got another, serious Batman movie. Gone were the campy, toy-sales driven, bat-nipple filled Batman movies. The fans wanted Batman taken seriously and director Christopher Nolan delivered the goods. Set in a much more realistic universe, Nolan gave us a Batman origin story, which was something we'd yet to see. It …
 
Marvel is finally back at the movies! Black Widow was supposed to be released in the summer of 2020 but thanks to Covid, got delayed. It is finally out so Justin and special guest SmoothJStew discuss the first movie of Marvel's Phase 4. Taking place in between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, Natasha is on the run from the gov…
 
In this first episode, you will get to hear from the hosts of Shots Fired Podcast, Kyle Shoberg and Billy, AKA "Hill Billy". Both will share with you their experiences in law enforcement, how they met and how making a podcast for first responders came to fortition. Kyle and Billy will discuss what you can look forward to in upcoming episodes and th…
 
Jurassic Park was a huge deal. Especially to people like me who were kids when it was released. So the sequel to Jurassic Park was also a huge deal. I remember my excitement level was through the roof. Seeing the trailers and knowing there were two T-Rexes and more dinosaurs was almost too much to handle. Did it meet expectations? This one was a fu…
 
They're back! Two Time Galaxy Savers! Director James Gunn brings back his galactic heroes for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2! Released in 2017, it was a pretty big success for Marvel and Gunn. This time around we meet Ego, who claims to be Peter's dad, played by the always cool Kurt Russell. We've also got Mantis and a few other character…
 
It's hard to imagine a time before Predator. Predators (and the xenomorphs from Alien) have been such a big part of pop culture for most of Justin and John's lives that it's hard to think of a world without these crazy creatures. Growing up there were the movies, the video games, the action figures, and eventually, the crossover movies! But this mo…
 
This is the last episode of Season 3, and PRN is ending this season with a fantastic guest, Melissa Lewis. In this episode, Melissa and I talk about her nine-year career working in Costa Rica. She shares about culture, food, missions, and life change. Recently, Melissa moved back to the U.S. and has begun a new adventure. She’s navigated finding a …
 
In 2014, we saw the sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man, with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone returning and bringing villains Electro and Rhino to the big screen for the first time. Director Marc Webb also returned and the movie was met with a less than stellar reception. In fact, it would be the last Andrew Garfield Spider-Man movie before Tom Holland…
 
If you’ve listened to this podcast long, you know that I love a good biography. I am passionate about learning from saints who can teach us how to run and finish the race of faith well. Today’s biography episode is about just such a heroine of the faith: Amanda Berry Smith. Amanda played so many roles in her lifetime: mother, evangelist, preacher, …
 
In her new book, Comparisonitis, Melissa Ambrosini talks to Majo about the very common disease of comparisonitis and offers actionable tips and strategies to heal yourself from it. • What Melissa was like as a little girl; she was outgoing, bubbly, and confident. • Melissa’s experience of being 12, losing her self-assurance, and comparing herself t…
 
In space, no one can hear you scream. 1979 delivered Ridley Scott's Alien and started a franchise that would last for nearly forty years (so far). The first Alien movie is a sci-fi horror film and the guys discuss whether it stands the test of time. Check it out and let us know what you think of Alien! Watch this episode on YouTube! Cinema Heroes F…
 
Recovering from a life-altering illness is no easy task. Imagine doing so while managing a farm and raising six children. Today’s guest, holistic health and wellness coach, Denise Sultenfuss, shares about her battle with Lyme Disease. We talk about her illness and recovery journey in this week’s podcast episode. After navigating her own healing and…
 
Following Batman v Superman, we were introduced to the Suicide Squad, a team of bad guys coerced into saving the day! Written and directed by David Ayer, it was met with about the same reception as Batman v Superman, and people have really strong opinions on Jared Leto's portrayal of the Joker. This also marks the first live action portrayal of Har…
 
One year after The Fellowship of the Ring was released, we got The Two Towers. This film gave us a proper introduction to Gollum and introduced us to a few new characters including Treebeard. How does the second film in the fantasy franchise hold up? Check out what the guys think and let us know what YOU think! Watch this episode on YouTube! Cinema…
 
Following the hugely successful X2: X-Men United, director Bryan Singer left the franchise to direct Superman Returns and Brett Ratner stepped in to helm the third X-Men film. Although considered one of the worst films of the franchise, there were still seven X-Men films that followed it. How's it hold up fifteen years later? Check out what the guy…
 
The wait is finally over. The theatrical version of Justice League made its way into theaters in November of 2017, now here we are in March of 2021 finally able to see Zack Snyder's original vision of the film. Some said it would never happen, that a cut didn't exist. Well, here we are. So, was it worth the wait? Was Darkseid as awesome as he looke…
 
The third installment of the Star Trek movie franchise finds the crew disobeying Starfleet orders to try and save their friend Spock! But wait, didn't Spock die? Yes! And maybe not really! Find out what the guys think of Leonard Nimoy's directorial debut and let us know what you think! Watch this episode on YouTube! Cinema Heroes Facebook Twitter…
 
Along with Return of the Jedi, 1983 brought us another part 3 that is... well, not as widely loved. Christopher Reeve returns as the Man of Steel, but gone are Gene Hackman, Margot Kidder (mostly), and really anything that made the first two movies so darn great. But we do get Superman fighting Clark Kent, and maybe the closest thing to a big-scree…
 
Released roughly six months after Part II, Back to the Future Part III finds Marty McFly in the old west trying to save his buddy Doc Brown from 'Mad Dog' Tannen (not Tanner as Justin incorrectly states in this episode). Where does the third film rank among the other two and what do YOU think about Back to the Future Part III? Let us know! Watch th…
 
The first film of Phase II finds Tony Stark with anxiety due to the events of The Avengers. He can't sleep, he just keeps tinkering with his suits and gadgets, and now there's a new threat: The Mandarin. What did the guys think of the third and final Iron Man movie? Let us know what you think! Watch this episode on YouTube! Cinema Heroes Facebook T…
 
The year is 1999. Many excellent movies came out in 1999 but perhaps the greatest (depending on who you ask) was the genre bending sci-fi flick called The Matrix starring Keanu Reeves. It's impact on cinema and pop culture is undeniable and the guys really enjoyed talking about this one. Let us know what you think of episode and The Matrix! Check t…
 
If you have ever disappointed a loved one by following your truth, you will know just how painful it is. And although it hurts, not living in alignment with your life’s purpose will ultimately cause you much more pain. Sahara Rose has been there, let down her parents, and now wants to help you overcome the fear of judgment and criticism in her new …
 
Warner Bros. decided to do something interesting and have a movie that's not in the universe that was set up with 2013's Man of Steel. Doesn't sound too crazy, but in the world of connected films and shared universes, this actually seemed to be thinking out of the box. Todd Phillips directed Joaquin Phoenix in an Oscar winning performance as Gotham…
 
On this episode, the guys talk about the Apple TV+ show, Ted Lasso, why they (and so many others) find it irresistible, and what they learned about leadership from Ted's coaching style. Jump to 5:00 to hear about when they fell in love with the show and the character. Jump to 8:00 to hear some of Jeff's favorite tweets praising the show. Jump to 11…
 
On this episode, the guys talk to Jo Ann Herold, CMO of Honey Baked Ham. Jump to 4:15 Jo Ann talks about modernizing a "legacy" brand. Jump to 7:00 What it was like leading during the beginning of the pandemic Jump to 15:20 Journaling and planning, how that keeps Jo Ann focused and purposeful Jump to 20:34 A word for new and aspiring marketers. Jum…
 
The movie that put James Cameron on the map and made Arnold Schwarzenegger a household name (or maybe he already was? We don't know. We were babies when this movie came out!). The film was a big hit and Arnold would forever be connected to his Terminator character, especially after it's hugely successful follow-up a few years later. How does the fi…
 
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