Movie Mom on the Radio

Posted on February 15, 2009 at 10:00 am

If you are in the Washington DC area, you can hear me almost every Sunday on Kevin McCarthy’s BDK Movie Show around 4:40 on WJFK. Last week we talked about whether “Coraline” is too scary for kids. Past shows are available online. Many thanks to my pal BDK for having me on the program.
And thanks, too, to Max On Movies for having me on his show to talk about family movies. It is a lot of fun to talk to Max, who shares my fondness for neglected gems like “Monster House” and “Speed Racer.”
And you can hear my reviews each week on the Lia show and radio stations across the country.

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