The Stone Turntable Movie Podcast

Movie-related podcast that include reviews, social commentary and analysis from several points of view. Subject matter will range from early cinema history to current releases and related news material(s). Intended audiences are 18+ and older and may or may not include adult language and subject material. Views expressed are personal and belong to podcast-personality's and may or may not reflect that of Light's Chosen Media.
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Mar 30, 2017

Welcome to The Stone Turntable!!

*NSFW-Explicit Content*

During this week's episode, our ducky friends are still missing in action after the Saint Patrick's Day show and weren't in the booth to mitigate any swearing. Our hosts briefly (and almost rhetorically) discuss the origins of curse words, ranted about the black morass that can be the Facebook experience, touch on Citizen Kane and its popularity and (somewhere in there), the fate of Juan’s original copies of Spawn #1-5. !".

This week our hosts put a set of actors and movie titles on the hot plate to be rated. Movies this week were Ocean's Eleven (2001), Heat (1995) and The Untouchables (1987). Actors were: Kurt Russell, Bruce Willis and Robert DeNiro. Joe dodges the bullet and avoids having to rate his favorite Tarantino movies and the guys talk at length about From Dusk Till Dawn (1996).

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Be safe and keep smiling!!!

Mar 17, 2017

Welcome to The Stone Turntable!

Get a warm bowl of corn beef cabbage, grab your Encyclopedia Brittanica and dust off your Boondock Saints DVD. Our hosts put on their thinking caps, set out the shot glasses and get a little tuned up during this no-holds-barred episode.

EXPLICIT LANGUAGE WARNING! NSFW: No ducks were in the studio to mitigate "fowl" language during this week's episode.

Check out the websites below for some information regarding the history of Saint Patrick, lest ye be a total twit.

Our hosts discuss a WIDE variety of movies this go-around as the drinks flowed, ranging from Boondock Saints (1999) to Kong: Skull Island to Alien:Covenant and the Netflix original show: Stranger Things (2016).

Sean went classy and dipped into the Golden Era of Cinema vault and dusted off a great movie called The Quiet Man (1952) starring Maureen O'Hara and John Wayne. The Quiet Man boasts a 7.9/10 user rating at


Mar 9, 2017

Welcome to The Stone Turntable!!!

This time around the table our daring hosts jump into the show headfirst with little preparation.

This week's episode covers some Steven Segal movies from the 1990's, speculations about Logan and the upcoming Infinity War film, consumer sentiments regarding cinema and gaming and then a lengthy discussion of Star Wars ensued (who knew?!).

Our hosts dredge up a little known movie called Dark Harbor (1998) starring Alan Rickman and Norman Reedus which left one of our hosts dubiously skeptical after watching just a few minutes of it.

We are ramping things up next week with our first annual Saint Patrick's Day podcast!

Call a designated driver and remove the Explicit Language filter.

NO ducks will join us next week.

NSFW/Explicit Rating applies.

Have a safe week and keep smiling.

Mar 1, 2017

Welcome to The Stone Turntable!!!!

This week our hosts return to recap the winners of the 89th Annual Oscars which happened on Sunday. Our hosts cover the following main categories:

  • Best Actor in Leading Role: Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea (a win for Amazom Studios)
  • Best Actress in Leading Role: Emma Stone, La La Land
  • Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali, Moonlight
  • Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis, Fences
  • Best Director: Damien Chazelle, La La Land
  • Best Animated Film: Zootopia, Disney
  • Best Original Score: Justin Hurwitz, La La Land
  • Best Original Song: City of Stars, La La Land
  • Best Picture: Moonlight
  • Writing (Best Original Screenplay): Kenneth Lonergan, Manchester by the Sea. Go to for the complete list with all nominees!

Tribute to Bill Paxton

Actor Bill Paxton passed away this weekend due to complications following heart surgery at the age of 61 years old. A Texas native, Paxton had many supporting roles in films including Aliens, Terminator, Predator 2, Commando, Weird Science, Tombstone, Apollo 13, Titanic and starred in the movie Twister with Helen Hunt. His body of work included directing, founding member of the band Martini Ranch, music videos, voice over work in a video game and a lot of television work over his career. He was nominated for an Emmy for his work on Hatfield and McCoys.  He is largely remembered by coworkers throughout his career as a generous, kind human being and a pleasure to work with. See Twitter for many reactions from those who worked with him; Tom Hanks and Paxton became close friends during the filming of Apollo 13 and posted a brief message about Paxton.  (from,, and ABC News).

Our sincerest condolences to friends, family and coworkers impacted the greatest by his passing.


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NSFW/Explicit Rating ensues.

*no ducks were harmed during the taping of this episode*