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Bullet Train is a podcast produced by Asia Pacific Arts, an online magazine based in Los Angeles that has been covering pan-Asian arts and entertainment since 2003. Launched in February 2015, Bullet Train features pop culture stories connecting Asia with the rest of the world. We'll travel from Chinese dramas, K-pop and Bollywood to YouTube, karaoke and comic books and take you where you didn't even know you wanted to go.
 
Psychological Content is a podcast designed to entertain, stimulate, inform, and enlighten. Join host and licensed Counselor and Psychotherapist Jeremy J. Lanning as he navigates the complexities of life as a therapist and as a client. Here are some things you can expect from the show; shared experiences, movies, literature, problem solving, feelings, music, love, loss, change, pain and triumph. If you come with an open mind, you will leave with fresh relief and new skills.
 
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This week on episode 97 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider offers a brief reaction to Marvel's Shang-Chi and weighs in on Captain America 4 starring Anthony Mackie, as well as Emma Stone's lucrative deal with Disney for Cruella 2. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Hollywood's top star salaries in both film and television, as…
 
This week on episode 96 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on The Suicide Squad's disappointing box office haul and WB's commitment to a 45-day theatrical window next year, as well as the latest delay of Venom 2 and Gina Carano's new revenge movie. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Idris Elba's casting as Knuckles …
 
This week on episode 95 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider reviews James Gunn's latest comic book movie The Suicide Squad before chronicling the fallout from Scarlett Johansson's ongoing feud with Disney and lamenting Mike Richards' decision to hire himself as the new host of Jeopardy! Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Apple…
 
This week on episode 94 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider wishes Bob Odenkirk a speedy recovery before weighing in on Scarlett Johansson's lawsuit against Disney, Blumhouse's mega-deal for a new Exorcist trilogy, David Ayer's Suicide Squad crusade and Michael B. Jordan's Black Superman series for HBO Max. Elsewhere, J…
 
This week on episode 93 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on M. Night Shyamalan's new thriller Old, Marvel's new Blade director, Leslie Grace's casting as Batgirl, and Spike Lee's gaffe at Cannes, where Julia Ducournau's nightmarish Titane took home the top prize. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about the latest casti…
 
This week on episode 92 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Star Trek's new director Matt Shakman, Robert Downey Jr.'s new HBO series The Sympathizer, and Zac Efron's agency move to WME from CAA. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Henry Cavill's latest Project, James Gandolfini's offer to star in The Office, Idris…
 
This week on episode 91 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider reviews the first two Fear Street movies on Netflix before weighing in on the streamer's new Zack Snyder movie Rebel Moon and Ice Cube's war with Warner Bros. over the Friday franchise. Elsewhere, Jeff pays tribute to Richard Donner and talks about Matthew Vaug…
 
This week on episode 90 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Marvel's Black Widow, a planned biopic of Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland, and new trailers for Halloween Kills and The Sopranos movie The Many Saints of Newark. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Dwayne Johnson's new holiday-themed action-comedy…
 
This week on episode 89 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider is joined by his former Meet the Movie Press co-host Simon Thompson to discuss Simon's recent heart attack, as well as Steven Spielberg's "big" Netflix deal, Disney's new Snow White and Jerry Seinfeld's Netflix movie about Pop-Tarts. Elsewhere, Jeff and Simon t…
 
This week on episode 88 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider is joined by frequent guest John Rocha to discuss In the Heights, its box office performance and its colorism controversy as well as Batman's sexual habits and WB's recent test screening of The Matrix 4. Elsewhere, Jeff and John talk about the latest Knives Out…
 
This week on episode 87 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on the Farrelly brothers' plans for Kingpin 2, the exciting new cast of John Wick 4 and New Line's animated Lord of the Rings movie before offering his thoughts on Marvel's Loki TV series. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Anya Taylor Joy's new movie The Me…
 
This week on episode 86 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Jonathan Majors' casting in Michael B. Jordan's directorial debut Creed III, Bo Burnham's new Netflix special Inside, and Taylor Swift's new movie with Christian Bale and Margot Robbie. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Danai Gurira reprising her Black P…
 
This week on episode 85 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in further on the MGM-Amazon deal as well as hot casting news including Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Kraven the Hunter, Timothee Chalamet as Willy Wonka, and Trevante Rhodes as Mike Tyson. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Steven Spielberg's latest young discovery,…
 
This week on episode 84 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on the merger mania that has gripped Hollywood, from Discovery hooking up with WarnerMedia to Amazon making a $9 billion play for MGM and its lucrative James Bond library. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about the directors of Batgirl, the Cher biopic, the Atta…
 
This week on episode 83 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on NBC's decision to cancel the Golden Globes, Ellen DeGeneres' decision to step away from her daytime talk show and the impressive cast Rian Johnson is lining up for Knives Out 2. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Marvel's trouble in China with Eternals an…
 
This week on episode 82 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on who should direct and star in WB's next Superman movie, Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man 3 denial, Steven Soderbergh's Oscars defense and the new Law & Order series that pivots the franchise away from the police. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Marvel's la…
 
This week on episode 81 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider welcomes his pal John Rocha back to the show. The two Schmoedown rivals weigh in on The Oscars, Captain America 4, the new Mortal Kombat movie on HBOMax, and the trailer for Steven Spielberg's West Side Story. Elsewhere, Jeff and John discuss Leonardo DiCaprio'…
 
This week on episode 80 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider interviews Mare of Easttown director Craig Zobel about HBO's murder mystery series before weighing in on the Scott Rudin fallout and the HFPA's growing PR problem, which doesn't look to be going away anytime soon. Elsewhere, Jeff pays tribute to outgoing Search…
 
This week on episode 79 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on the latest Indiana Jones 5 castings, the doom-and-gloom surrounding the ArcLight Hollywood closure, Kevin Smith's daring NFT, and Scott Rudin's rude awakening courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about ABC's extreme dedication …
 
This week on episode 78 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on the new star of the Transformers franchise, plus Netflix's splurge on a pair of Knives Out sequels and Adam Wingard coming aboard the long-gestating ThunderCats movie. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about the exciting casting news on Disney's Obi-Wan Kenobi…
 
This week on episode 77 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider interviews The Pole creators Matthew Bass and Theodore Bressman before weighing in on the first trailer for James Gunn's The Suicide Squad, the latest Black Widow delay, and Seth Rogen's casting in Steven Spielberg's next movie. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Emer…
 
This week on episode 76 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider reviews Zack Snyder's (new and improved) Justice League as well as the first episode of Marvel's new series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. He also weighs in on this week's somewhat inevitable Oscar nominations, and the full-blown Golden Globes crisis surrou…
 
This week on episode 75 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Steven Spielberg's very personal new movie as well as the director's spooky collaboration with the creators of Stranger Things on an adaptation of Stephen King's The Talisman, plus Michael B. Jordan and Kenneth Branagh signing on to direct Creed 3 …
 
This week on episode 74 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on J.J. Abrams' Superman movie, Marvel's X-Men reboot that may or may not be titled The Mutants, the cast of Blue Sky's LGBTQ-themed animated movie Nimona, and the god awful Golden Globes ceremony. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Disney's live-action Pino…
 
Subscribe to this feed for new episodes of The Sneider Cut every week! Available wherever you get your podcasts. This week on episode 73 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on the Spider-Man 3 title and Tom Holland's new movie Cherry, as well Paramount Plus and that Nomadland mailer that made some noise online…
 
This week on episode 72 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on the Face/Off sequel, Jordan Peele's new movie, Donald Glover's big Amazon deal and the surprisingly adult Mortal Kombat trailer. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Jesse Plemons working with Martin Scorsese, the new villain in Captain Marvel 2, the upcomi…
 
This week on episode 71 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider and special guest John Rocha weigh in on Gina Carano's overdue firing from The Mandalorian, as well that show's star, Pedro Pascal, landing the lead in HBO's The Last of Us. Elsewhere, Jeff and John talk about the Joss Whedon allegations, Judd Apatow's Netflix …
 
This week on episode 70 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on this year's Sundance Film Festival, the Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations, and all the GameStop projects in the works around town. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about J.J. Abrams' new Cloverfield movie, Chloe Zhao's sci-fi western take on Dracula, Rya…
 
This week on episode 69 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Armie Hammer's career crisis, multiple Tomb Raider stories, casting for The Sandman on Netflix, and Jared Leto's new movie with Darren Aronofsky. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Noah Baumbach's big Netflix deal, the streamer's latest hit show Bridgerto…
 
This week on episode 68 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Willy Wonka rumors, Ethan Hawke's casting in Marvel's Moon Knight, and Netflix's decision to bring back Aziz Ansari's acclaimed comedy Master of None. Elsewhere, Jeff reviews the school shooting movie Run Hide Fight as well as the indie thriller Do…
 
This week on episode 67 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider weighs in on Chris Evans' way-too-soon return to the MCU, the atrocious casting of Nicole Kidman as Lucille Ball, and Armie Hammer's kink scandal. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about Hollywood's folly in resuming production, WarnerMedia's expensive mistake, Amazon's $2…
 
This week on episode 66 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider delves into Ray Fisher's latest Twitter controversy as well as the Run Hide Fight distribution saga before offering up his Oscar picks from movies like Sound of Metal and Nomadland. Elsewhere, Jeff talks about the MCU scribe who Kevin Feige tapped to write the …
 
It's the end of the year 2020. In this podcast there is processing and reflection. There is great music and poetry. Also included is some awesome year end advice from real psychotherapy clients. It's a fittingly messy show. Enjoy. See you in 2021. "Survive" by Todd Michael Shultz "Radio" by Josh Daniels "New Year" by Joanna Klink…
 
Happy New Year! This week on episode 65 of The Sneider Cut, Collider's senior film reporter Jeff Sneider offers up his year in review, from the Top 10 Movies of 2020 to the Top 25 TV Shows. Additionally, he lists his 10 Worst Movies of 2020, starting with the head-scratching comic book movie The New Mutants. Jeff also runs down his most anticipated…
 
In this episode there is a Lunar Eclipse and a tale of extreme violence in the summer of 88 as well as some personal musings about living in 2020. There are great quotes from Sigmund Freud, Henry Miller, and Arnold Schopenhauer. The episode also delivers some extraordinary music from Billy Hartman, a beautiful son of Texas. Billy Hartman: Doin Swel…
 
On a road trip from Hells Half Acre to Corpus Christi and back again, join me as I think out loud and reflect over 6 hours there and 6 hours back. 3 hours worth of reflection on being a boy, son, brother, boyfriend, man, service member, husband, father, paramedic, corpsman, surgical technologist, veteran, creative type, catholic, man in love, thera…
 
Special Bonus Episode! Again! Here is another episode dedicated to "doing the work" in therapy. I am on this journey too. What you hear is what you get. It's raw. You also get to hear two tracks from Cleveland's own Madeline Finn. Take a visit to the Grand River and Painesville, Ohio's former relic train trestle. It's dangerous. Madeline Finn Train…
 
Special Bonus Episode! I felt the need to process with my audience. This episode is an example of “doing the work” in therapy. Like you, I’m on a journey. What you hear is what you get. We are all in this together. Also, some good old Michael Stanley Band tunes! Michael Stanley My Town! The Lighthouse…
 
In this session I check in on current events. The show then turns to the beauty and tragedy of the artist Rosamond and 1974's Blue Ice. We weave in and out of Gestalt Psychology, Theory, and Therapy and listen to some amazing music. Then it is all tied into a beautiful bow. When You Close Your Eyes - A Life Sketch of the Artist Rosamond Rosamond Sk…
 
A check-in from my home in South West Fort Worth, Texas. In this brief Special Episode I once again touch upon the fear, discomfort, and uncertainty that has engulfed our nation. I drop some mad knowledge gained from a hero of mine, Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield and we rock back and forth to a tune by Skuff Micksun. Chris Hadfield Space Oddity:…
 
In this Special Edition of the podcast you get a field recording, an interview with my wife who is a frontline healthcare worker, and valuable insight into managing fear, discomfort, and uncertainty during this Coronavius Global Pandemic. You get a valuable children's story and my thoughts on how to cope, function, and manage during this darkening …
 
In this episode kindness is explored and the question is asked, "are you kind?" See what my in-laws and the Grateful Dead have in common. Also you'll get to check out the killer new song by Skuff Micksun, "Strange." Kindness is sooooooooooo good. Skuff Micksun "Strange." Grateful Dead - June 8th, 9th - 1992: Richfield Coliseum, Ohio Jerry Bear...…
 
This session is all about "accepting your mess." Whether it's a pile of clothes to be folded, a job loss, or an illness. This episode is messy and off the cuff. Think about what it would look like to at least begin the process of accepting the messiness of life in a non-judgmental way so you can be the most genuine version of yourself possible.…
 
In this session we get into "SUICIDE." Suicide gets addressed from multiple levels. From anecdotes to awareness to the all important "what to do." My hope is that you get closer to the subject, as always, awareness isn't enough, and as always, awareness isn't action. 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) - Suicide Prevention Lifeline www.bethe1to.com www.suicidepr…
 
Warning, there are a few swear words in this interview. In addition, please forgive me for being under the weather and worn out in this episode, but the show must go on. In this session I go deep into Quentin Tarantino's 9th film, "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." My guest is J. William Boothman II, a Texas filmmaker with a short film currently on t…
 
In this episode things get personal. This session covers fear, anxiety, and depression from a very personal perspective. Those same topics are explored from a clinical perspective with some counseling groundwork shared. Main question asked, "What are you afraid of?" Arcade Fire - just because they're awesome Marilyn Ferguson Skuff Micksun…
 
Alex Villanueva has a mandate and he does not care who – or what – gets in his way. At least, that’s how the newly minted Sheriff of L.A. County has positioned himself during his first few months in office. Villanueva won in an election last November and that political victory has given him an awful lot of autonomy when it comes to running his depa…
 
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