MEDIA APPEARANCE #4: Guest on "Day at the Movies" weekly radio show!

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Fans of the website will know that "Every Movie Has a Lesson" frequently collaborates with "Day at the Movies" run by Lubbock, Texas blogger +Tim Day.  We commonly compare our reviews, interests, projects, and tastes to both of our groups of followers.  As a staff member of Lubbock Christian University, Tim hosts a one-hour weekly radio show on Chap Radio to showcase "Day at the Movies" and share his opinions on recent theatrical releases, upcoming films, the latest movie gossip, new Netflix and Redbox recommendations, and much more.

This past week, we previewed the month of June.  Our goal was to give our advance take on the upcoming blockbusters of the month as well suggest some smaller alternative choices that folks might not know are out there.  Between propping up the box office potential of “How To Train Your Dragon 2” and taking turns trashing “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” each of us give our two cents and then some.  After my segment, Tim gives his reviews of “Maleficent,” “A Million Ways to Die in the West,” and “Cold in July.”

As before, I know it's just college radio, but this counts as my fourth media appearance as "Every Movie Has a Lesson."  Thank you for this opportunity, once again, Tim!  

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To subscribe or download the podcasts of Tim's weekly "Day at the Movies" program, where I will very likely be a guest again, head over to this subscription link at iTunes.  Thanks for listening.  Enjoy your Oscar night!

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