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Movieha - Omaha’s Movie Podcast!

This week's episode invents the term "Deucing the Vowels," perpetuates the use of "Ben and Jerry's" as a term for male genitals, repeats the phrase "pec juice," and presents the news, reviews, and tomfoolery you've come to expect. We're still the only podcast out there rocking haikus to preview this week's upcoming releases. There's probably a reason for that. Give it a listen and we'll meet you on the other side...

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Cutting Room for August 10

  • Stop! You’re eating wrong. And I don’t just mean the way you hold a spoon, which is really just astonishingly incorrect. On Tuesday, Aug 30, Film Streams (filmstreams.org) and Whole Foods Market Omaha are presenting a special screening of Forks Over Knives, which is sadly not a documentary about a cool new hand game that replaces “rock paper scissors.” The film examines the idea that degenerative illnesses can...


Cutting Room for August 3

• If you want to find an overly testosterone-d, oddly puffy, former action movie icon in the next few months, you’ll have to book a trip to Bulgaria. The Expendables 2 is shooting, and the rumor mill has dropped some steaming casting news on the sidewalk. Supposedly, Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Mickey Rourke, Terry Crews, Jet Li and Bruce Willis will now be joined by John Travolta, Chuck...


Movieha - Omaha’s Favorite Movie Podcast!

Welcome back, you sexy denizens of the interwebs. Let me first congratulate you on your fine taste in podcasts. This week's ear buffet offers entrees that include news items, movie reviews, and deep, dark confessions. Also, there are poems about this week's releases that we shall from now on refer to as Ha!kus and not haikus. What are you waiting for, click PLAY!

And now for the trailers we mentioned in this...

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