Category Archives: Movies

Downloadable Brothers Episode 6 Its on the Disc!

Welcome back listeners, get yourself ready for another Jam-packed episode of the Downloadable Brothers show! topics include and not limited to: The Hunger Games, Avengers the movie, Spiderman reboot, The Legend of Korra, Michael Bay’s TMNT reimagining, Halo 4 first look trailer talk, and Mass Effect 3 discussion the good, the bad, and the Read the rest of this entry

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Love and Learning Episode 5 Parental Advisory

Moving into 2012!!  It’s the 5th episode of the Love & Learning show and we’re pushing into the new year…… Henry & Nicole Knox talk about the new baby arriving really soon, cleaning all baby items and the name they decided to give him. Henry had a week vacation that turned out to be not much of a vacation after all.

As a pass time, Henry and Nicole watch “Battlestar Galactica” which is a good show but not the best they’ve watched. Education for their children has been on the brain so the feature films are “Pressure Cooker” a documentary and also  “Waiting for Super Man”. The films touch on educational alleys both good and bad…. Read the rest of this entry

Love and Learning Episode 3 Breaking Babys Badly

Episode 3 of the Love & Learning podcast is here available on iTunes  itun.es/igW6vb StitcherRadio.com or KNOXbroadcast.libsyn.com In this episode Henry & Nicole talk about the terrible twos and how on their son’s 2nd birthday party he wasn’t too fond of Chucky at Chucky Cheese, as well as all the fun that was had at the birthday with aunts, uncles, grandmothers… ehem.. GGs and Nanas.

From there we get into the hot topic of abortion. How doctors may not always have your best interest in mind, concerning the healthcare of mothers and babys alike during the birthing process. The conversation quickly goes into this week’s featured movie Gattaca Read the rest of this entry

Downloadable Brothers podcast Episode 1 The Plus Sign

The 1st episode of Downloadable Brothers (DLB) is on iTunes itun.es/igW6vb StitcherRadio.com or KNOXbroadcast.libsyn.com Henry “KN0XXX”, DeAndre “SBMG Unique”, & Rufus “Technology Wi2” sit down and talk about the greatness that is Halo and ‘Unique’ schools us on what it takes to be an MLG (Major League Gaming) Read the rest of this entry

KNOXbroadcast Pilot episode and show descriptions

Welcome to the KNOXbroadcast family Pilot episode. We hope you enjoy Faith, Family, & Fun conversation as much as we do. Below are the show breakdowns and descriptions. The iTunes, Zune, and other feeds are currently under review until then You can head over to KNOXbroadcast.libsyn.com or subscribe to the RSS feed located at knoxbroadcast.libsyn.com/rss Read the rest of this entry

Church of God sues Sony Pictures for copyright Infringement

Typically, the biggest threat to the summer movie is a bad review. This year, however, it seems to be intellectual property.

In April, S. Victor Whitmill filed a lawsuit to block Warner Bros.’ May 26th release of the Hangover 2, which featured, without authorization, a tattoo that Whitmill had designed for and applied to boxer Mike Tyson’s face. Last week, the Church of God filed a lawsuit against Sony Worldwide Acquisitions claiming the comedy Salvation Boulevard  reproduces, in mirror image, the Church of God’s cross mark. Read the rest of this entry

Netflix increases prices for DVD+streaming plans by 60%

As reported by the Washington Post: Netflix on Tuesday announced price changes that add about $6 to the monthly bills of subscribers for unlimited streaming video and DVD rentals.

Those services were together offered at $9.99 but are now being offered separately: $7.99 for unlimited streaming and $7.99 for unlimited DVD rentals Read the rest of this entry

Captain America looses the “America” in some International Regions

Thanks to a recent New York Times story, the Web is buzzing about the fact that the upcoming Marvel Studios movie Captain America: The First Avenger will be called simply The First Avenger in three countries: Russia, Ukraine, and South Korea. The news isn’t really new — EW, among others reported the title change back in January — but it does present an opportunity to consider how the film may perform overseas. After all, Captain America first appeared 70 years ago as an intentionally political anti-Nazi warrior who wore his patriotism on his sleeve… well, he wears it all over. Will foreign moviegoers jump at the chance to watch such an old-fashioned slice of Americana? Read the rest of this entry

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