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Frankie joins the podcast “Shame Watch” to discuss the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie from 1995.
Featured in “BoxMac 155: 10-Cheese Jumbo Shells with Utz” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIozaK5NJ_s You can make the stuff shells on their own as a delicious mac dish. I recommend doing this rather than making the whole recipe, because this was definitely
Featured in “Junt’s Annual Christmas Party in 2020”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPJgRHXPdcA 1 lb. Chicken Breast2 10 oz Cans Cambell’s Cream of Chicken Soup1 3/4 cups Holland House Cooking SherryVeg Oil for Frying For Breading Mix1 cup flour1 1/2 tablespoon paprika (cheap
Featured in “BoxMac 153: Stuffing Mac (Thanksgiving)”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fN_z27biyU Ingredients: 1 Package Arnold Herb Seasoned Cubed Stuffing (12 oz)1 Stick Butter1/2 cup chopped celery2 tbsp of Chicken Better Than Bullion2 Eggs (You could go 1-3 safely)8 oz uncooked De Cecco
Featured in “BoxMac 120: Pumpkin Raviolis with Sage Browned Butter Sauce” 1 package (50 sheets) wonton wrappers 1 egg, whisked 2/3 cup pumpkin puree 1/3 cup ricotta cheese 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tsp onion powder 1/2 tsp
The Other Side, The Filmmaker by Salvatore Cento The video was already making the rounds and I was late to the party. Two seemingly normal looking men in a normal looking kitchen making a normal plate of macaroni
I Need to Lose Ten Pounds Now Available on Troma Now!
Frankie and Junt from BoxMac Interviewed by Paste Magazine!
BoxMac Named One of 7 Best Food YouTube Channels by Paste Magazine!
Hi! I’ve been wanting to build something in my spare time for quite a while now. I have a background in software development, and an interest in video games, so making a game always seemed like the natural
The BoxMac Kickstarter was selected as a “Project We Love” by Kickstarter, and was a success, surpassing the $2500 goal and making it to $3000! Thank you to all and please enjoy the blu-ray! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1149355187/boxmac-volume-1-blu-ray
Featured in BoxMac 17: FrankenMac vs. Kraft Halloween Shapes RECIPE 200g Shell Pasta (Prince Small Shells) 50g of Cheese Powder (Firehouse Pantry) 5g of Non-Fat Dried Milk Powder (Bob’s Redmill) 1/4 tsp of Xanthan Gum (Bob’s Redmill) 1/8
Rogue Cinema Upcoming Guide to Indie Film Projects
Having Fun Up There Announced as Winners at the Massachusetts Independent Film Festival
Rogue Cinema Interview with Frankie Frain – Having Fun Up There
I Need to Lose Ten Pounds – Demons of Celluloid Review
The following was written by Geoff Tarulli as an explanation to the cast and crew of what the musical backgrounds of the characters in the film would be. It all must start off with the Ramones. “Please Kill
2012 Sydney Underground Film Festival Award Winners
Frankie and Keith on “Something Else,” Eastside FM 88.9 Sydney, Australia
An Online Universe – SUFF 2012 PreviewIncluding Sexually Frank
Dead Harvey Indie Film Blog Interview with Director Frankie Frain
I Need to Lose Ten Pounds Review from FilmArcade.net
I Need to Lose Ten Pounds – DeadHarvey Blog Review
I Need to Lose Ten Pounds Review by Film Apocalypse
I began writing my first feature when I was 14 years old. I, like so many, was inspired by Troma films and B-horror (well, B-anything really. If it was cheap and counter-culture, I seemed to like it) and
New Bedford Standard Times – A-Bo Premiere Coverage
I Need to Lose Ten Pounds – Winner of Tromadance 2006.
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Written in 2003 by Nina, when she was 17. Every Shakespearian drama consists of five acts, each with a varying number of scenes. Often a parallel exists between the number of acts and the universal law of living