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Thursday, August 12, 2010

The Popcorn List!/notes/devin-pike/press-release-the-popcorn-list-set-to-debut-on-the-texas-channel/419393752054

[PRESS RELEASE] ‘The Popcorn List’ Set To Debut On The Texas Channel
by Devin Pike on Wednesday, August 11, 2010 at 9:51am

Hosts Rainy Flynn and Devin Pike, with decades of combined experience in and around the entertainment and Texas Independent Film Industry, are set to debut as co-hosts of "The Popcorn List," a new movie review show on The Texas Channel (available on Time Warner Cable) on Friday, August 13, 2010.

Originally conceived as "a 'bucket list' for movies," "The Popcorn List" takes the familiar format of dual critics talking about the current releases of the day and puts a unique spin on it, adding classic films and independent productions to the mix.

Each week, Rainy and Devin discuss three – five movies to give the viewer a fresh perspective on film. With viewers' money and time at a high premium, the two hosts will rate the movies not only on the merit of "good filmmaking," but whether each film is worthy of being added to "The Popcorn List."

As the independent film industry continues to grow in and around Texas, the State of Texas is being hailed as making strides to being the preferred location for the film industry ( Time Warner Cable's The Texas Channel and "The Popcorn List" look to capitalize on the current trend of filmmaking in Texas, and highlight the independent movie and film makers of Texas as well as other genres of film.


Rainy Flynn has appeared in television, theatre and film across Texas, and owns Indie Scene Productions, LLC, which revolves around the independent film, music and art industry and provides the opportunity for technical high school film students and recent graduates to gain valuable experience in the film industry while encouraging others to follow their dreams.


A film critic and entertainment reporter for over 30 years, Devin Pike is the editor-in-chief for Red Carpet Crash, a Dallas-based entertainment web site. A lifelong student of film and media, Devin's coverage of the entertainment industry has been featured in the Dallas Observer, the Dallas Times Herald, Interview Magazine, and Details Magazine.


The Texas Channel is a statewide digital video network created by Time Warner Cable to distribute largely exclusive local and regional content to its subscribers in a variety of genres of character unique to the Texas experience. Approximately one million subscribe in Dallas, Waco, Austin, San Antonio, Corpus Christi and the Rio Grande Valley markets have access to the Texas Channel on the basic Digital Basic Service of their local Time Warner Cable systems.

The Texas Channel programming is predominantly "Texas Centric" and produced in Texas, about Texas and Texans, including information, sports, culture and lifestyle programming. Content is a mixture of acquired and original produced/distributed by Time Warner Cable's Texas market studios as well as obtained from local, regional and national independent producers, syndicators and other content sources.

Categories of programming planned acquisition or development include Texas travel, cooking and famous dining, fashion, home, lifestyles, music series and in-depth public policy coverage.

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