Trevor Dillon, Programming Director at The Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, CA and Writer/Director with Ghost Party Pictures, sits down with me to talk about the movies that made him. Join us, as we discuss tiny boat epics, venturing adventure, comfort food, and the timeless West.
Tony Wayne, actor who has appeared in numerous episodes of Fox's 24, as well starring in the feature film Pinch (directed by episode 43 guest Jake Lloyd), sat down with me to discuss the movies that made him who he is. Join us, as we discuss the clap, Shakespeare of the Valley, Russian influence, and beginner's luck.
Long Beach Comic Con's Artist Alley is rich with amazingly talented people, each offering their own unique approach to the creation of art and merchandise for fans of pop culture. I recorded with a variety of these creators and asked each to share a movie that influenced them to be who they are today. Please be sure to visit the websites and social media for each of my guests, follow them, and, perhaps, buy some of their work!
Phil Johnson, host of Under the Crossbones: A Pirate Podcast, comedian and singer, sat down with me to talk about the movies that made him. Join us, as we discuss spoon-free comedy, digging backward, Ozzy for mom, and the world's most influential vest.
Alexander Hoffman, artist and creator of Tales of Absurdity webcomic and book, joins me to talk about the movies that made him who he is. Listen along, as we discuss hang gliding into Disneyland, 1984 for 1984, dumb people in a smart world, and sonic notebooks.
I spent the first day of Comic-Con International: San Diego recording with con-goers who attended our Podcast Advocates panel, artists selling their amazing work on Artist's Alley, and creators in the Small Press area. Each of them shared with me a movie that influenced them to be who they are today. Please be sure to visit the websites and social media for each of my guests, follow them, and, perhaps, buy some of their work!
Sonia Melinkoff, creator of amazing nerdy oven mitts and other delights, available through her Nerdy Novelty Design website, sat down with me to talk about the movies that made her who she is today. Join us, as we discuss scary balloons, inauthentic authenticity, how to read a book, and popular oven mitts.
Mike Schmidt, comedian and host of the long-running podcast, The 40 Year Old Boy, sits down with me to talk about the movies that made him the man he is today. Join us, as we discuss Caan men, the Bemidji Holiday Inn, podunk phenomenons, and language lessons.
Jarrett Seifert, co-host of Bombs Away, sat down with me immediately after I recorded with his co-host Jonathan Young (see episode 87) in their recording studio in the projection booth of the Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, CA, to talk about the movies that made him who he is. Listen in, as we discuss scrappy villains, two year binges, Hot Topic ads, and background comedy noise.
Jonathan Young, co-host of Bombs Away , invited me into the recording studio in the projection booth of the Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, CA, to talk about the movies that made him who he is. Listen in, as we discuss childhood in a cabinet, singing history, striving for Stratton, and words for the unwordable.
I spent two days at this year's WonderCon Anaheim and had a great time talking with a whole bunch of truly amazing creators throughout Artist's Alley. I asked each artist to tell me about one movie that influenced them to be who they are. While I was there, I also caught up with a couple past guests of the show, who were selling their awesome artwork to the throngs of con-goers.
Jackie Kashian, comedian and host of The Dork Forest and The Jackie and Laurie Show podcasts sat down with me to chat about the movies that influenced her to be the woman she is today. Join us, as we discuss Opie moments, vagina altars, cussing with integrity, and basement time machines.
*My apologies for the sound issues on this episode. I swear we were in the same room! Happily, Jackie's side of the conversation came through loud and clear, and she's the one you really want to hear from, anyway!*
Mysterie Peña, President of the Santa Monica College Gender and Sexuality Alliance and co-host of Lunch Meats podcast, sat down with me for a delightfully nerdy discussion of the movies that made him who he is today. Join us, as we chat about Steve Martin's Beatles, lesbian spies, how to address the easily offended, and Nerdist nerddom.
Ron Placone, comedian, co-host of 5 Chords and The Truth podcast, producer/writer/panelist on The Jimmy Dore Show podcast, and host of Get Your News On with Ron (Facebook and Live.me), sits down with me to talk about the movies that most influenced him. Join us, as we discuss micro-revolutions, sinking Titanics, subconscious dickheads, and vacant shoes.
Jordan Brady, Director of the documentaries I Am Comic, I Am Road Comic, and I Am Battle Comic, along with numerous television commercials, and host of Respect The Process podcast, share an absolute love-fest as we chat about his influential movies. Join us, as we discuss hanging stories, the Flintstone Flop, podcast life lessons, and push button horror.
Giovannie Espiritu, actor in Paranormal Huntresses and Dyke Central, as well as numerous TV appearances, recently sat down with me to share the movies that influenced her to be who she is today. Join us, as we discuss getting hit in the gut, the purity of terrible movies, being The Walking Dead, and Kylego futures.
I sat down with television writer Josh Saltzman, who I had the pleasure of working with on the animated series Pete The Cat for Amazon Prime. Listen in, as we get to know each other better, while discussing grandfather humor, closeted memories, schizophrenic llamas, and manic frogs.
Join in the fun as I bring together past guests and continuing fans for a lively and wide-ranging group conversation to celebrate Movies Made Me's 3rd anniversary! Pull up a chair and enjoy the party at "Gonzalez Studios"!
You'll spend time with these awesome friends of the show:
Jeff "Swampy" Marsh: Creator/Executive Producer of Phineas & Ferb and Milo Murphy's Law on Disney Channel and Disney XD, head honcho of Surfer Jack Productions, Executive Producer of Pete the Cat on Amazon Prime. Hear his his influential movies on episode 7, and his appearances on episodes 26 (1st anniversary celebration) & 57 (2nd anniversary celebration). Twitter: @mmonogram.
Alisa Gonzalez: Our host at "Gonzalez Studios," and Movies Made Me superfan. Twitter: @thisalisa.
Joe Meyers: Co-host of The Podcast Macabre and our host at "Gonzalez Studios". Twitter: @thatjoemeyers.
Darcy Staniforth: Academic Advisor for California State University Fullerton, writer for Cinema Sentries, and voice actor for Puppet Hunt. Hear her influential movies on episode 68. Twitter: @darcystaniforth.
Julia Bradford: Movies Made Me superfan and "booking manager". Twitter: @pmknqwn.
Mike Matola: Artist/Designer of Line By Line Posters, performer/writer with Haymaker Comedy, and amazing furniture maker. Hear his influential movies on episode 6. Twitter: @mikematola.
Jeff Capri, comedian and star of the documentary I Am Battle Comic, sits down to discuss the movies that influenced his comedy and his life. Join us, as we talk about the funniest after-school special, why Italy's not that funny, comedy strip clubs, and the Baskin-Robbins school of dance.
Micah Gallo, director/screenwriter of the upcoming creature feature/family drama film Itsy Bitsy, sits down with me to explore the movies that most influenced him to be who he is today. Join us, as we chat about rebel editing, the movies James Gunn married, gutsy gut shots, and magical jealousy.