The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: ‘Rambo’, ‘Ad Astra’ reviews (AUDIO)

Another week with the gents from The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon was spent on Tuesday reviewing a couple of new films while revisiting a TV show and talking about a local television personality who has run into tough times. Before a single movie was spoken of, Kevin Steincross and his situation was discussed. … More The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: ‘Rambo’, ‘Ad Astra’ reviews (AUDIO)

The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: ‘Banshee’ revisited and ‘Hustlers’ review

Sometimes, a radio segment takes an unexpected turn. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, because radio should be passive-aggressively aiming for improvisation at all times. While I had movies to review last week on The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon with Frank O. Pinion, Trevor Phillips, Tim Woodburn, and Dan Strauss, there were some … More The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: ‘Banshee’ revisited and ‘Hustlers’ review

The Frank O. Pinion Movie Radio Dose: “It Chapter Two” review

After a week spent talking football movies while Hollywood reloaded for the fall movie season, I was back reviewing new films on The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon. This week, my sights were set on the horror genre, reviewing the new film, “It Chapter Two.” A sequel to the 2017 film, adapted from the … More The Frank O. Pinion Movie Radio Dose: “It Chapter Two” review

‘Project Wake Up’ takes a passionate swing at the mental health stigma

Did you know suicide is second leading cause of death for Americans age 10-24? Did you know there is something you can do about that? While the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will provide you with that staggering statistic, did you know there are people out there trying to take the fight to this terrible … More ‘Project Wake Up’ takes a passionate swing at the mental health stigma

Why ‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ is the best movie I’ve seen this year

“Friends are the family you choose.” Carl’s (Bruce Dern) advice to young Zak (Zack Gottsagen) create the foundation that Tyler Nilson and Michael Schwartz’s superb new film, The Peanut Butter Falcon, is built upon. A phrase that undercuts all the hate in the world with a powerful swipe of the inevitable, yet fairly unpredictable, way … More Why ‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ is the best movie I’ve seen this year

Why parenthood is the toughest yet most rewarding job on Earth

My son drives me nuts sometimes. If you are a parent of a child over the age of four, you are lying if the above statement isn’t partially true. Come on, be honest. There are times when you look for that damn receipt given to you at birth, at least the one you think the … More Why parenthood is the toughest yet most rewarding job on Earth

The 9/11 Memorial Experience: Come on down, but prepare yourself for tears

My phone battery was low, but thankfully all I needed was two eyes to see what was in right front of me: the 9/11 Memorial and Museum along with the Freedom Tower. If you asked me what I wanted to go see in this world during the past eight years, the answer was simple: the … More The 9/11 Memorial Experience: Come on down, but prepare yourself for tears