6/30/2014 – The Final Blows

 Episode Title: The Final Blows

 Episode Date : 6-30-2014

 

This week was Lights Camera Cleveland’s final show on WOOP-FM. We very much enjoyed our time there, but unlike a Terrance Malick film, we recognize that you should stop before you’ve gone on too long.

Stay tuned to this website for more information on where to find us next (that info should be coming in the next few days), but until then, enjoy this final radio broadcast!

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March/April Update

Hey all, after some difficulties getting our previous shows, we now have access to most of them. Unfortunately, that means doing a few bulk updates to get caught up.

Here are our shows from March, April, May and June!

 

 Episode Date : 2-24-2014

 Episode Date : 3-31-2014

 Episode Date : 4-7-2014

 Episode Date : 5-5-2014

 Episode Date : 5-12-2014

 Episode Date : 6-2-2014

 Episode Date : 6-16-2014

 Episode Date : 6-23-2014

 

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2/17/2014 – Rob Shot First

 Episode Title: Rob Shot First

 Episode Date : 2-17-2014

This week on Woop FM 99.9, the Hollywood Slinky and Rob talked with KenDog and AMC Mike about the inability to stream the Star Wars films, and they wax philosophic about George Lucas altering his films years after finishing them! Carrot Cake reviews Robocop from Sweden and Clooney criticizes England in the Big News. In the end, the gang Preview Reviews the films Pompeii, The Wind Rises and 3 Days to Kill!

All this and some funny stuff, too on last week’s episode of Lights Camera Cleveland!

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2/10/2014 – The Science of Lohaning

 Episode Title: The Science of Lohaning

 Episode Date : 2-10-2014

On Woop FM 99.9, Rob, the Hollywood Slinky and pals hash out the great debacle of Shia Labeouf and his downfall into crazy. This phenomenon is dubbed, “Lohaning.” Later on, they ask the KenDog Five Questions about The Lego Movie, and they Preview Review a ton of films!

All this and more on last week’s episode of Lights Camera Cleveland!

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2/3/2014 – Hermoine + Ron = 4Ever

 Episode Title: Hermoine + Ron = 4Ever

 Episode Date : 2-3-2014

On Woop FM 99.9, Rob, the Slinky and the gang have at it about J.K. Rowling’s announcement that she wished Hermoine had ended up with Harry instead of Ron! They Preview Review The Lego Movie, The Monuments Men and Vampire Academy! If that’s not enough, there’s TWO rounds of Five Questions and TONS of wackiness!

All this and more on last week’s episode of Lights Camera Cleveland!

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1/27/2014 – Spandex and Turtle Toe

 Episode Title: Costumes and Turtle Toe

 Episode Date : 1-27-2014

A few Mondays ago on Woop FM 99.9, Rob, the Slinky and the gang had a rather in-depth discussion about comic book characters transitioning to movies and how true to the comics these film versions need to be! Kenny wants to build a snowman, we revisit the “Go Ninja Go” rap from the TMNT, Rob and Slinky take Five Questions about Anchorman 2 and they Preview Review That Awkward Moment and Labor Day!

All this and more on last week’s episode of Lights Camera Cleveland!

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1/20/2014 -Rob’s Not Here

 Episode Title: Rob’s Not Here

 Episode Date : 1-20-2014

On Monday on Woop FM 99.9, the Slinky and the gang kick it with special guest Dan Buck from the Ocoee Theatre Guild, who joins the show to talk about the upcoming Ocoee Theatre Guild production of Sirens! They talk about where the heck Rob is, discuss some of the great films made from plays, they Preview Review I, Frankenstein and AMC Mike pitches her scheme to dress up like a character from the Star Wars Christmas Special!

All this and more on last week’s episode of Lights Camera Cleveland!

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