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The Give Back Model

Christine Petrella

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The Give Back Model is a podcast where I have conversations with entrepreneurs who have successfully built a “Give Back” into the heart of their business models. This podcast features chats with businesses who have been able to give back in their own unique ways. The entrepreneurs out there can learn how others have navigated how to team up with charitable organizations and causes, while the shopper who is listening can link their values with their spending habits.
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Give Me Back My Action&Horror Movies

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While there are new movies that are fun and enjoyable, they just don‘t have the same impact as the Action and Horror Movies we remember as kids/teenagers. So we figured we were not alone in our nostalgia and created a podcast to entertain people who feel the same as us. We will talk about what made certain movies so memorable. We will talk about a movie so cheesy but still makes us smile. We will share a memory of watching a movie for the first time.
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My talk on how people really feel about. The change that is going on around the rights that are being taken away.the statues that were written from the people who help grow the freedom to live free and ask to told the truth about the changes of our rights to be free and ask us that we cant breave the air.and to respect the lives on the ones who died to keep this life of free air to breave not make a dollar from it.
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Dracula: Dead and Loving it Man, comedy's are hard to cover. We tried really hard not to devolve into just repeating lines that cracked us up. When I say tried I mean we had the intention and did it anyways. Film #3 for the Month of Chaos was a welcome surprise as we had the pleasure to see Mel Brooks' Dracula: Dead and Loving it. Admittedly, this …
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Movie #2 for the "MONTH OF CHAOS" is an obscure one from Charlie. Denzel Washington and Russel Crow play an exciting cat and mouse game in a movie that desperately wants to be Demolition Man / T2 but without the charm. None of us hated this film but it did leave us a little wanting; wanting it to end that is. That's not fair because the film wasn't…
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Hi friends, Pete here. So...I'm told we recorded an episode covering Carnosaur. I love this stupid movie but it appears that my evil twin Blete slipped me a mickey and took over in my absence. I don't take any responsibility for his actions and Blete has been captured and returned to the asylum from whence he came. Even Josh from The Evil Deaths di…
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Cowabunga, dudes! This is a special episode that is a love letter to anyone that grew up with the Turtles. We gush over our love for this group of outcasts that have a special place in our hearts and how pivotal they were in our childhood. This is our final send off to a fantastic month of kid friendly movies, each episode was filled with laughs, e…
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While Charlie and Nate were able to rent this underappreciated gem of a movie in their formative years, Pete was late to the show having seen it for the first time just a year ago at the behest of Charlie. What a ride. Had it had more time to spit polish and not gotten buried behind the release of Jurassic Park, the gang feels this could have been …
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Possibly the ultimate gateway horror movie for kids is The Monster Squad. While parts are certainly a "product of their time" as long as you have the conversation with your kiddos as to why some of the language and actions of the boys are NOT acceptable, this movie brings everything a young fan could want in a friendly digestible manner. Or is it? …
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For our second choice in our Kid's Month, Parker from Dissect That Film joined the cast for a family friendly love fest as we gush over Disney's Three Musketeers. Yep, you heard that right, we just covered a Disney movie and oh boy is it fun. Honestly, The Three Musketeers skirts the edge of what can be considered kid-friendly with it's mostly bloo…
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Gremlins is a bona fide classic, heck, it helped create the PG-13 rating in America but when you say Gremlins 2 you typically get eye-rolls and groans of displeasure. How terribly wrong these nay-sayers are. In their defense, these scrooges were probably expecting more of what the first film gave us and weren't aware that Gremlins 2 is very much a …
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As the Month of Pete winds down we are both relieved and saddened to see it go. With movies like HK: The Forbidden Superhero, we can only pray it can't get worse but then shocks us as he introduces films that are so much fun we can't contain ourselves. Right out the gate, he hits us with 7th Curse, which is a legit classic but then ends the month w…
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Horror, like comedy, is subjective and personal. What disturbs or horrifies one person can harmlessly bounce off another. Case in point is this weeks selection in the Month of Pete. Dark Water is hailed as one of the seminal examples of J-Horror from the early 2000s along with the likes of Ju-On and Ringu. The dread and madness of the film that del…
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Pete. That bastard. He did it again. After picking the marvelous 7th Curse as his first "Month of Pete" movie he goes and picks a movie so utterly awful that Nate and Charlie want to replace his ass as a host as soon as possible. The application process is pending so be on the look out. Pete...ugh...damn you Pete...picked another live action anime …
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And now its time for the grand finale of us covering the release of "Here for Blood".... Our interview with the man himself 'Tom' played by the awesome Shawn Roberts. Listen along as Charlie and Nate get down and bloody with the badass babysitting wrestler turned sex pervert/zombie basher in this Screambox original movie. Here for Blood is availabl…
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God bless Tubi! Without you, The Seventh Curse would be nearly impossible to find....well...by ethical means I suppose. In the first film of this year's "Month of Pete," we are joined by Troy from Good Beer Bad Movie Night and Dustin from Flicks and Friends. Not because Pete needed the back up for The 7th Curse but because the movie is so wonderful…
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Guys! Guys! I think we finally made it as a podcast. Know why? We got our first screener to review!! No kidding. Here for Blood is coming out on streaming, VOD and it's also getting a limited theatrical release. We can't stress to you enough to go watch it in a theater if you can because it a freaking blast. I'm not going to spoil it because you ab…
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Join us as we converse with the mind behind “Here for Blood” the latest Screambox exclusive that drops in select theaters, VOD, and Streaming on Screambox February 9th. James Roberts discusses with us how he got into writing and the surprise writer that helped inspired him. Find out why he wanted to have a pro wrestler beat up some baddies and of c…
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The cast is humbled and grateful for such an incredible family of listeners and collaborators. Three years doesn't sound like a long time but we've talked about so many movies and made so many friends that we don't even know where to begin. We can't express how much it means to the team that you took the time to send us such nice anniversary wishes…
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Luckily, Charlie brought in some backup for his horror movie birthday pick. We were all delighted to welcome Corey from Podcasting After Dark on the show for the first time. Hardware is..well..it's a movie and the four of us were split on if it was good or not. Regardless of our opinion, we had a spirited discussion that is a must for your ears.…
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The 1995 Judge Dredd film has been derided by loyal Dredd fans since it's release. In 2012, a new adaptation hit the screens that is vastly more faithful and inarguably a better movie. So here's what we need you to do, go watch this film for the ridiculous 90s action movie that it is and forget the comic "Judge Dredd" part. If you can do this, I pr…
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Brotherhood of the Wolf is based on a legend from the 1600s French countryside which makes it way more interesting then the film actually ended up being. This tale has been told a number of times, most famously by Sir Arthur Conon Doyle in his Sherlock Holmes novel "The Hounds of the Baskerville," or at least that's what Pete thinks, it's a dubious…
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What is there to say about T2 except "WOW!" It's damn near a perfect movie and the guys just gush about everything. From the film to the toys to the comics to the video games (well maybe not the video games) this movie has it all. There's even a healthy discussion about how this could be the perfect gateway for younger folks to get into action movi…
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Pete certainly has a type when it comes to movies. Films that are atmospheric, subtitled, beautifully shot and much of the time have something to say other than the surface plot. While Troll Hunter is a flawed movie, it's still impressive for what they pulled off on such a small budget. Caution: this is a found footage film that both suffers and su…
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Nate and Pete totally missed the boat seeing Violent Night in the theaters. They couldn't quite put their fingers on why the marketing just didn't pull them in but thanks to Charlie's constant encouragement (beratement, nagging, call it what you like), the two bumbleducks finally did see this masterpiece and have added it to their annual holiday mo…
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Dead Snow 2 is a wild ride not without it's flaws. The kills and gore rival Turbo Kid in ridiculousness and absurdity. With it's twist on the modern day vision of zombies, this is a must see film for your next drinking night with your friends. Don't listen to Charlie, this one is a whole lotta fun.توسط Give Me Back My Podcast Network
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While "I Come in Peace" (aka Dark Angel) isn't a classic in the usual sense, it's certainly a must see for a pizza and beer night with your movie friends. Literally this is a buddy cop movie with drug dealing space aliens as the antagonist and it's as absurd as it sounds. A shirtless Dolph Lundgren doesn't hurt either. It's definitely a strong reco…
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Sorry folks. We had plans to cover a trilogy of movies this week but instead sat through a tire fire that almost drove the show off a cliff. It was still a fun conversation and we regret nothing except for the fact that we lost nearly four hours of our lives watching one of the worst trilogies ever put to celluloid. Under no circumstances should yo…
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Cliffhanger was a first time watch for Nate and Pete and they were honestly a little disappointed they missed this on the big screen. To be fair, the plot premise on the surface is lacking but the film is surprisingly exciting. Is it a Die Hard clone, of course it is. The film doesn't try to hide that fact but still, it's a lot of fun for it's absu…
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OMG! Where has this movie been all my life??? Well Charlie saw it but the dynamic dingos, Nate and Pete, had never been graced with the glory of the Wishmaster. Thank goodness that's been corrected and we couldn't be happier that it's now part of our lives. Is it a great film? Not really. Is it entertaining AF? You betcha. If you haven't, go see th…
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Executive Decision has a lot of things going for it, star-studded cast, impressive miniatures and effects, stunning cinematography, excellent action and a story that is all too real. So why isn't it recognized as one of the great action movies of the 90s? Is it too long? Is Steven Segal an ass? Is Nate a nut job? Tune in as we try to explore those …
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This week Nate insisted we cover The Crow for Halloween even though Ernest Scared Stupid also takes place on All Hallows Eve and is way more of a horror movie. But good news, Troy also dropped in for this big screen adaptation of the classic action/revenge comic book. Strap in folks. This one's a ride for sure. "It can't rain all the time...."…
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It's Charlie's first pick and he brings a teenage classic to the table, one he felt was certainly a LIVE WIRE for sure. Did Stephen find it to be TNT or a LOVE BOMB? In this second episode, the boys discuss AC/DC's 13th studio album, BALLBREAKER.توسط givemebackmypodcastnetwork
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Ernest Scared Stupid is without a doubt easy to love on every level. Is it dumb? Yes. Is it childish? Of course. Are there plot holes? Sure. But even with all it's "faults" it's quite possibly the perfect gateway movie to get young cinephiles into the horror genre. Jim Varney as Ernest P. Worrell is a delightful living Loony Tune character, the wor…
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Starting in 1958, British movie studio Hammer rolled the dice and put forth their best effort in reviving the classic characters Dracula, Frankenstein and the Mummy for a new generation. Horror of Dracula was their first film and they knocked it out of the park. With jaw-dropping sets, buxom babes, sweeping musical scores and legendary performances…
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This week's Spooky Month episode wasn't very difficult for Charlie to pick. Because once again he was able to blend Action and Horror with the help of one of his favorite directors take on vampire movies with... John Carpenter's Vampires. Join the guys as they dive into 90s era Carpenter and find out just how much Charlie loves this particular time…
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For the inaugural episode, Stephen had an idea for what he felt was the perfect album to kick off the podcast. Charlie, not very familiar with the band Clutch, may have other ideas. Will they see eye to eye on Clutch's 11th album, or will there be trouble from the start? Listen and see...توسط givemebackmypodcastnetwork
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Even though the film was in production hell for well past these franchise's experation dates, the excitement for a Freddy v Jason movie was through the roof. The frenzied anticipation was too much for even these icons of cinema and fair or not, the film fell flat with the fans. Keenly aware that I'm quickly running out of alliterations, we'll simpl…
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There comes a time where every boy must become a man. It’s a time of passage that is passed on from generation to generation. Now at the ripe age of 35 it is time for Nate to take that step into manhood by watching Desperado. Even though his parents told him he’s not allowed to watch this one.... Shows what they know! He'll watch whatever he wants …
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Since his arrival Pete's been guilty of trying to bring some class to the podcast by selecting films that have something to say or are even artful. Much to the delight of Charlie and Nate this is not one of those times. Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers is as advertised. Hookers from Hollywood killing John's with chainsaws. That's it. Boobs, blood and...w…
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You may not know it but movies and television like Kill Bill, 13 Assassins, and The Professional, The Mandalorian and The Last of Us all owe Lone Wolf and Cub a great debt of gratitude even if Charlie and Nate wrongly dislike it. Thankfully the cultured stylings of Troy and Pete were able to team up with the Reviewing History Podcast's Brian Rupper…
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The time has come. It is Nate and Pete’s birthday month! After a month of Neon we now take a step into celebrating these two knuckleheads birth! If you had the ingredients to make a Nate you would take equal parts; humor, gore, horror, and metal. Throw those in a bowl and stir. Bake at 350 for 10 minutes and you get a Nate. Which is why Deathgasm i…
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Throughout cinema history films such as 2001, The Ten Commandments, Seven Samurai, King Kong, The Matrix and Jurassic Park are of such a quality that you can only feel lucky that you were alive to experience them. Is Turbo Kid such a movie? In our eyes it was.... We won't spend a lot of time singing it's praises here but instead encourage you to go…
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So this week Charlie suggested a cold watch for the guys based solely on the title.....Neon Maniacs. Nate was reluctant, Pete had no clue but Charlie was relentless for some reason to include it in The Month of Neon...come on just look at the title. But be warned now...we highly recommend you watch this movie first (all hail Tubi) before you listen…
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What does Nate getting a haircut, the Fan Favorite from Ink Master season 12 & 14, and a movie that was already covered in the first year of the podcast all have in common? Well that's the exact circumstances that led to the guys covering 'Con Air' as an extra special bonus episode this week! Charlie and Nate are joined by none other than artist/ta…
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This week the guys step into a psychedelic world of a murderous cult and a man hell bent on revenge. Mandy has been an extremely polarizing film since it’s release. A film that truly falls under a love it or hate it umbrella. This time we recruited Jeff from Suns and Shadows to help cover this color soaked movie. Prepare to scream along with us in …
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This week begins our month of Neon as designed by our very own Nate. Every movie will have a very distinct color palette that sets it apart from the run of the mill movie experience. Our first selection is Psycho Goreman, a movie that.....******static****** "Pathetic humans using airwaves to spread my message of death and destruction. Foolish cowar…
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This week we wanted to do something a little different, we wanted to do a true double feature. But not the kind we've done before when we cover two movies on one show...no, we wanted to cover two movies on two separate shows. We joined forces with A Cut Above: Horror Review show to cover the best possible double feature that fit both shows.... Grin…
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Well we've finally come to our final Month of Action movie selection. This weeks pick was purely for the love and nostalgia of 80s action movies and with that in mind I could only pick one movie.... "MegaForce"!!!! Join the guys as they relive their childhoods and watch a movie every 12 year old boy wished that he had wrote but reenacted it scene f…
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There always seems to be an argument in the world that sequels are lesser parts than their original. We here at Give Me Back My Action Movies disagree with this ideology! This week we recruited some help with @phatsamurai and his action knowledge to breakdown "What happens when the buddy cops return?" So strap yourself to your toilet (check for bom…
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Pop quiz hotshot.... You takeover a podcast with an entire month of actions movies...What is the most important movie you can cover?! Easy...'Speed' of course! Strap in and brace yourselves as the guys take you on a ride that is a high energy action packed film worthy of being called a Summer Blockbuster. This week we were able to get Troy back on …
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This month Charlie has taken it upon himself to declare July the "Month of Action", horror always gets its spotlight in October so he decided that action needed a spotlight as well. And what better way to kick it off than to pick a movie with as many action stars as possible... Expendables 2!!!! But Charlie wasn't done there because he also brought…
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