Roshambo, interview with creator Michael Dismuke

Roshambo

We had a little fun with Michael Dismuke after he had a little error in the time of his first interview and missed the call.  On air roshambo… a first?  This is an interview about his very cute super hero comic book, Roshambo. About Roshambo: “Roshambo is the break-through hero comic that has been called “a cross between Calvin & […]

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Rock Jocks the Movie, interview with actor Andrew Bowen

This was a fun interview!  Actor Andrew Bowen called in to talk about his new film, Rock Jocks (which along with other locations just recently was added to Netflix).  We had a little problem with remembering cussing is not okay on the radio, so in this podcast, either the words will be there or a jump will happen skipping a […]

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Punky Pets, interview with creator Charles Unger

Punky Pets

Punky Pets are a fun little mixture of the Warped Tour, animation, and cuddly wuddlies created by Charles Unger.  We had him on the show to discuss music, Punky Pets, and the new smart phone app featuring the Pets. About Punky Pets: “These eight vastly different musicians meet up for the first time while auditioning for the hit TV show International […]

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The Vigilante Project, interview with creator Chris Dickens

Frame from the Vigilante Project

In August, we talked to Chris Dickens, creator of the Vigilante Project, of which there were many things to discuss.  A lawsuit had just been filed to protect the comic so we discussed how important it is not only to protect your work, but to make sure you give credit where credit is due.  Also, SDCC had just come and gone where […]

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6 Month Rule, interview with filmmaker Blayne Weaver

6 Month Rule

Originally, we had actor Blayne Weaver on to talk about his film, Favor, that would be playing at the Sonoma International Film Festival.  If you’d like to listen to that interview, click here.  He returned to the show to talk about his latest film being release On Demand, 6 Month Rule (It is also available on DVD).  For this film, […]

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We’re Not Broke, interview with director Karin Hayes

We're Not Broke Film Still

A thought provoking documentary from the Sonoma International Film Festival was “We’re Not Broke.”  We had director/producer Karin Hayes call in to talk about the film with us.  Melissa was out, so SIFF representative, Steve Martindale sat in as Cat’s cohost. About We’re Not Broke: “WE’RE NOT BROKE is the story of how U.S. corporations have been able to hide […]

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The Skivvies, interview with actor/musician Nick Cearly

Nick Cearley© Monica Simoes

We love the Skivvies!  I’ll have them on the show every chance I get.  This time, Lauren Molina was in rehearsals, but we still had Nick Cearly available to call in for an interview.  Check out their website and YouTube for all the musical fun. Here is our interview with Nick followed by a video of them performing.  Original air […]

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Supernatural Law, interview with creator Batton Lash

Supernatural Law

Cat met Batton Lash while doing interviews for the Geek Girl Project.  He was such a character, that after his Kickstarter for his new book, the Monsters Meet on Court Street, we invited him on the show to talk about it.  He also called in to talk about another book, The Werewolf of New York.  Both are part of his series, […]

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As High as the Sky, interview with writer/director Nikki Braendlin and actress Caroline Fogarty

As high As the sky

After the Sonoma International Film Festival, actress Caroline Fogarty and writer/director Nikki Braendlin called in to discuss their film, As High As the Sky.  The movie received the Best American Independent Feature juried award at Sonoma’s festival. About As High As the Sky: “Margaret has always been a little… particular. But since being jilted by her fiance, her obsessive-compulsive behaviors […]

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Living on One, Interview with filmmakers Zach Ingrasci & Chris Temple

Living on One Dollar is an outstanding documentary short which played at the Sonoma International Film Festival.  It’s turned into a charity to boot.  Chris Temple and Zach Ingrasci are two amazing young filmmakers and they called in to not only discuss the film, but their experience in making it. About Living on One Dollar: “The film follows the story […]

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