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Isn't It Romantic that it's your Happy Death Day

Jay isn't name dropping this week, Shawn's gone AWOL, and Howie is here to keep everything on track. It's time once again for the Radio NL 610 AM Morning Show!

Please note, there won't be an extended cut podcast this week. So, if you want your We Came from the Basement fix, this is it...

Check out Neill Blomkamp's live-action Anthem trailer

My wife, Game Time With Jess, is the big video-game player in our house. And she's well aware of next week's much anticipated BioWare release, Anthem.

A first-person shooter, Anthem looks like it's going to be a pretty rad game; one that should satisfy my digital blood lust.

Retro Review: Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991)

My dad was the movie fan in our house when I was a kid and, growing up, we watched a lot of his favourite genre -- the Western. 
I saw Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man when it was first released, and instantly knew it would be a movie dad would enjoy. It's a Western dressed up in semi-futuristic clothing. There's the noble outlaws, a train robbery (in this case an armoured car), a showdown right out of Pale Rider, and, you know, the Marlboro Man IS a cowboy.

Mike S's Top Five Animated Films to Do as Live Action

Disney has- for some reason (aka "Cash Cow"), started remaking some of their classic animated features into live action ones.  This got me thinking... what animated films would I like to see as live action films?

Well, we don't have to wait, as I'm going to answer that question right now.  Here are my top five animated films I'd like to see remade as live action features.

Project Blue Book Season 1, Ep 6

Project Blue Book comes down to Earth, so to speak, for its sixth episode. 
Inspired by the 1940's case of The Green Fireballs, which detailed mysterious green lights buzzing over military installations, we find Hynek and Quinn investigating said fireballs after they appear at a nuclear testing facility.

Festival fave Piercing comes home in March

Hot off its debut at the Sundance Film Festival, Universal Pictures announces its bringing Nicholas Pesce's horror flick Piercing home next month.

The film, which stars Christopher Abbott and Mia Wasikowska, has received high acclaim amongst us Interweb journalists and horror fans, so I'm figuring this is one to check out.