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For this episode it's teenage drivers, a kidnapping on wheels, battling hillbillies and some b-movie thrillers. First up I give a little rant on what I think of the latest holiday violence in the US that happened on Black Friday. We take a trip back to the 80's with my classic dvd review of License to Drive (courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment) starring Corey Haim and Corey Feldman in this action comedy classic of teenagers gone wild. Then it is back to present day with the blu-ray review of Carjacked (courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment) starring Maria Bello(Prime Suspect) and Stephen Dorff in this action thriller where a woman and her son are in the wrong place at the wrong time. It's a trip into the woods in the dvd comedy/horror review of Tucker & Dale VS Evil (courtesy of Alliance Films) starring Tyler Labine & Alan Tudyk(Firely & Dollhouse) as the body count rises all because of a simple misunderstanding. We wrap things up with the dvd review of the horror anthology film Chillerama (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) featuring a sexually charged tribute to the b-movies of yesterday (featuring titles such as Wadzilla, I was a Teenage Werebear and The Diary of Anne Frankerstein) as the last night for a drive-in becomes a real killer. Music for this episode features the songs I Live in My Car by Cahrles Potts Magic Windmill Band, Donuts Guns & Daycare by The Shim Shams and Space Zombies from the Black Lagoon by Dawglips, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

Direct download: ramble_278.mp3
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On this edition of Extra it's a trip on the wild side with some animal adventures.  First up is a tale of star-crosssed romance under the big top of 1931 with the blu-ray review of Water For Elephants (courtesy of Fox Home Video) starring Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson (from Twilight movies).  Then it is a trip back to some classic animation with the dvd  rreview of Babar and Father Christmas (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as the king of Celestville brings in the holiday season.  It's a jump ahead in animation with the blu-ray review of the Diamond Edition of Disney's Lion King (courtesy of Walt Disney Home Video) as this 1994 release gets a fresh look and a boat load of extras.  We wrap things up with another trip back to the 80's in cinema with the dvd review of Project X (courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment) starring Matthew Broderick and Helen Hunt where following orders isn't the only way to become a hero.  Music for this episode features the songs New Show Come To Town by budz, Wondering Where The Lions Are by Jim Beggs and JUngle Man by bees deluxe, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

Direct download: ramble_extra_animal_adventures.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:51pm EST
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It's a modern family woes, a battle for an ancient empire and kick butting superhero action on this episode of the show.  First up it's a glimpse of today with the blu-ray review of ABC's Emmy Award winning series Modern Family : The Complete Second Season (courtesy of Fox Home Video) as 3 familes try to just get along in this comedy/reality show.  Then it is back to ancient times with the blu-ray review of HBO's ROME Season 2 (Courtesy of Warner Home Video) as the fate of the empire rests on the shoulder of two soldiers and a young man.  It's a trip back to Gotham City with the videogame review of Batman : Arkham City for PS3 (courtesy of www.gameaccess.ca) where the Dark Knight must face off against some of his greatest enemies in a city gone wild.  Music for this episode features the songs Family Tree by Frank Royster and City of Sinn by Leif Willumsen, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

Direct download: ramble_277.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:43pm EST
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It's video game action, a search for a lost city and the cries of the dead on this edition of extra.  First up I comment on the recent departure of Regis Philbin from tv and give you some news about a new source of releases for the podcast.  It's more fun and action from the Halo Universe with the dvd review of Red VS Blue Season 9 (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as we get more CGI animated adventures to enjoy.  We take a trip back to ancient Italy with the blu-ray review of Assasin's Creed : Linegae (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as this live action prequel gives some background on the successfull video game franchise.  It's then time for some martial arts madness in the deset with the dvd review of The Treasure Hunter (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) where a battle for ancient treasure rages on.  I wrap things up with the dvd review of Fading of the Cries (courtesy fo eOne Entertaintment) starring horror legend Brad Dourif in this supernatiral survival story.  Music for this episode features the songs Halo Effect by Sundown Caffeine, Halo by Tommy Mack and The Wind Cries Mary by Jim Beggs, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

Direct download: ramble_extra_haunting_cries_of_halo.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:06pm EST
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On this edition of the show its rowdy kids, angsting supernaturals, a dual bank robbery and more web slinging action.  First up it's another trip to a galaxy far far away with the blu-ray/dvd combo review of LEGO Star Wars : The Padawan Menace (courtesy of Fox Home Video) as younglings from the jedi temple run amok in the galaxy.  Then it's a trio of 20 something monsters just trying to get by with the dvd revidew of Being Human (US version) : The Complete First Season (courtesy of Alliance Films) as a ghost, werewolf and vampire long ot be normal in his adaptation of the hit BBC series.  It's a case of multiple bank robberies with the dvd review of Flypaper (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) starring Patrick Dempsey & Ashley Judd in this action, comedy and suspense film.  It's a journey across timelines with the video game review of Spider-man : Edge of Time for the PS3 (courtesy of www.gameaccess.ca)  as the Amazing Spider-man and Spider-Man 2099 batte to save their universes.  Music for this episode features the songs Human Nature by MUNK, Fly by Os Improvavies and Matter of Time by Shannon Hurley, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

Direct download: ramble_276.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:53pm EST
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For this edition of extra it's women in trouble and crazy spy cars on the menu. First up it's the blu-ray review of A Little Help (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as a woman is just having one of those lives starring Jenna Fischer, Chris O'Donnell and Rob Benedict. Then a rookie cop takes flirting a little too far in the dvd review of the dark thriller The Kate Logan Affair (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) starring Alexis Bledel & Laurent Lucas. It's a trip to the animated world of talking vehicles with the blu-ray/dvd combo review of Cars 2 (courtesy of Walt Disney Home Video) as Mater the Tow Truck becomes a super spy car. It's a trip to a very dark and twisted version of Wonderland with the game review of Alice : Madness Returns for the PS3 (courtesy of www.gameaccess.ca) as Alice struggles with her memories in a world turned upside down. Music for this episode features the songs Can't Help Myself by Kyoshi, Affairs of the Heart by Jacques Grant and Rewired and Dream by Alice Smith, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

Direct download: ramble_extra_affairs_of_the_mind.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:57pm EST
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On this edition of the show features assasins, security agents and one of the greatest rivalries in sports entertainment history. First up it's the dvd review of Assasin's Code (courtesy of Alliance Films) as a government assasin must face the sins of his past. Then it is the spy business of a Canadian twist with the dvd review of CBC's InSecurity The Complete First Season (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as the agents of NISA (National Intelligence and Security Agency) keep our nation safe, sort of. A Young man gets thrusted into fatherhood with the dvd review of Raising Hope : The Complete First Season (courtesy of Fox Home Video) and struggles to raise his young daughter along with his white trash family starring Martha Plimpton and the outrageous Cloris Leachman. It is one of the greatest wars in sports entertainment with the 2 disc blu-ray review of WWE's Greatest Rivalries Shawn Michaels VS Bret Hart (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as we relive the war between 2 of the greatest superstars of thier time. Music for this episode features the songs Secret by Brian Sharpe, Hope is Born by Desmond Pringle and Daytime Soaps & Shattered Hopes by Sweet Diss and The Comebacks, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

Direct download: ramble_275.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:41pm EST
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For this edition of Extra we feature adventures of a stuffed bear, master spy, peeping toms and tabloid news.  First up a classic Disney animated character gets a new release with the blu-ray/dvd combo review of Winnie The Pooh (courtesy of Walt Disney Home Video) as the bear continues his endless quest for honey.  Then we revisit a spy tale in the Cold War era in John Le Carre's Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) starring the late great Sir Alec Guinness as he roots out a mole in the Circus.  It's all about the world of rooftop peeping toms in the dvd review of Peepers (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) as an inquiring female professor throwsa kink inot the worlds.  It's a tale of a beauty queen gone wild with the dvd review of Oscar-winning director Errol Morris's Tabloid (courtesy of eOne Entertainment) in this strange story of devotion and scandal sheet notoriety.  Music for this episode features the songs The Circus by Earl Grey and Croquet, Silent Circus by The Banx and Random Beauty by Smile Divine, they can all be found at www.famemusic.com. Other instrumental music is by the band Mr. Burns (www.mrburnsmusic.com). As always your comments and suggestions are welcome and encouraged.

Direct download: ramble_extra_tinker_tailor_solider_pooh.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:10pm EST
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