This week's episode we talk with Chris Bavota (co-director and co-writer of "Dead Dicks") from http://postalcodefilms.com in regards to the release of "Dead Dicks". We also look into Doom films, "Doom: Annihilation" and "Doom Asylum". Both are bad films, one so bad it's good, the other so bad, it is actually bad.
Make sure you check out our artist of the month Tiffany Sparrow and her single "Journey On"
In today's episode, we talk to award winning actor, Jesse Lipscombe, about his multiple accomplishments, from his fascinating filmography, his TED Talks, his work with his wife on the http://makeitawkward.ca/ services, his future projects, as well as his work with the amazing Sidney Poitier, and most importantly... "Mutant World" plus much, much, more.
Check out our new featured artist of the month, Tiffany Sparrow and her new single "Journey On"
This week, we talk to director and producer Mike Peterson (directed "Knuckleball", produced "Harpoon") about current projects, working in a Covid-19 world, and dissect two Boston Crime films to see what works and what may work against the movie's capacity.
Check out the featured artist of the month, Cassidy Paris and her single "Give Me Your L O V E"
Check out our artist of the month Cassidy Paris and her single "Give Me Your L O V E"
We join Paul Sveen on the 12th day of April, to watch "The 12th Man" and "12 Strong". Sveen is our war historian and there is nothing like tapping into his mind to get break down of war stories to co-inside with the stories we just watched. Episode recorded through Zoom.
Feature Artist of the month Cassidy Paris. Check out her song "Give Me Your L O V E", which is featured in this episode.
In midst of our isolation, we skype with actor Aimée Beaudoin ("Truckstop Bloodsuckers", and Owner/Operator at Spotlight Cabaret) in regards to one of the most infamous films, it's sequel, it's remake, it's remake's sequel, and the Documentary only Gramiak could afford.
Check out our new featured artist of the month for April. Australia's Cassidy Paris and her song "Give Me Your L O V E" which we feature in this episode but you can also CLICK HERE to listen to it on Spotify.
In the midst of isolation, we Facebook messaged an uplifting conversation with Louisa Vaszary about being confined, watching the end of happy Holidays, apocalypses, and even worse... musicals.