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Progress, Thoughts, Color - #011

In this week’s episode, I am joined by award-winning composer Robert Miller. In our interview, Robert talks about his early career and discusses his work on The King, Atomic Homefront, Knife Skills and his work with ESPN for the 30 for 30 series. There is so much more covered in this interview so be sure to check it out. Time Stamps: 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:28 Industry News 00:03:32 Trailer Drops 00:03:55 Guest Intro 00:04:30 Commercial Break 00:05:58 Robert Miller Interview 00:59:26...


Brother, It Was Cold - #010

In this week's episode, I am joined by actor Austin Hébert. In our interview, Austin talks about his early career and discusses his recent film, Burden which won the Sundance Audience Award last month. Austin also talks about what it was like filming the box office hit 12 Strong. Time Stamps: 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:28 Industry News 00:03:01 Trailer Drops 00:03:25 Guest Intro 00:03:55 Commercial Break 00:05:47 Austin Hébert Interview 00:41:23 Outro Link Dump: Solo: A Star Wars Story...


Burnt Orange Glow - #009

This week on the show I am joined by VFX veteran Daniel L. Smith. In the episode Dan's talks about his earlier career and his work on the world famous M&M commercials. He goes in-depth on what it was like to work with Robert Rodriguez on Spy Kids 3: Game Over. Dan also touches on a VFX “911" call he received while working in Texas. Lastly, Dan gives his insights on who will win at the 16th Annual VES Awards, and who will win the Best Visual Effects category for the 90th Academy...


The Tale of Sundance - #008

This week find out just how many television reboots are in store for this year. Hear what movie knocked Jumanji out from its top position in the box office. There is also a new Stephen King movie in the making, being directed by Gerald's Game director Mike Flanagan. Also on the show, I highlight some Mission Impossible updates, as well as a possible new Netflix movie deal for J.J. Abrams. More importantly find out how incredibly successful our guest's film, The Tale performed at this...


Held the Head - #007

This week catch up on news pertaining to Disney, SAG-AFTRA, Mark Wahlberg, and Norman Reedus. Also, find out about some interesting trailer drops. Special guest on the show is The Walking Dead actor Jeremy Palko. Jeremy has played numerous parts in such television shows as The Vampire Diaries, Burn Notice, The Middle, and Sleepy Hollow. Most recently, Jeremy can be found on the Emmy Nominated show Bloodline, as Nicholas Widmark and Andy on AMC's The Walking Dead. Time Stamps: 00:00:00...


Shout Out to Dick Smith! - #006

This week we cover the new Sons of Anarchy spinoff Mayans MC. We touch on Tarintino’s new movie based on the infamous Charles Manson. Also covered on the show is some very exciting Walking Dead news. Our guest for today’s episode is Anne Nikitin. Anne is an award-winning composer for film and television. Anne recently completed the score for American Animals, which will be premiering at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Anne also scored BAFTA winner The Imposter, the Sundance Audience Award...


Bro Sis Relations - #005

This week we touch on the Harry Potter franchise and discuss the Game of Thrones premiere date. We also talk about Ridley Scott’s potential next film and Cannes. Special guest this week is Visual Effects Artist, Dennis Davis. Davis is a veteran in the film industry having worked in visual effects for over twenty years. He is most known for his work on Titanic, Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones, I, Robot, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and more recently Oz the Great and Powerful....


What You Can Pirate - #004

This week we provide our weekly “Star Wars coverage” and dive into the issue of piracy and how it is effecting both film and television. We put an end to a long going debate involving the film, Die Hard. We discuss the latest trailer drops, and much more. On the show this week we have actor Lee Shorten. Shorten is a talented actor who has been involved in thirty-nine projects since his start in 2014. He is most known for his work as Sergeant Yoshida in The Man in the High Castle and as one...