Entertainment Reporter Robin Milling engages in candid conversations with today's hottest stars in movies, theater, music, television, and sometimes we do lunch!....Stay tuned!
Milling About with Brett Cullen & Lesley Ann Warren
Brett Cullen and Lesley Ann Warren star in It Snows All The Time, the poignant true story of Ed Hover and his battle with the devastating disease of Dementia. As a married couple, their chemistry is wonderful, portraying how the family must come together to face the inevitable.
Brett tells host Robin Milling about his deep personal family connection which resulted in his cathartic performance, opposite Lesley who also sought guidance from Jerry Hover, and pours her heart out as the loving matriarch who must keep everyone strong in the wake of the sadness around them. Both actors hope the film brings awareness to understanding how to cope when a loved one has Alzheimer's.
Milling About with "Manhattan Cult Story" Author Spencer Schneider
They called it “School” but the education that Spencer Schneider received for 23 years was far from scholastic. Spencer wrote a book, “Manhattan Cult Story- My Unbelievable True Story of Sex Crimes, Chaos, and Survival,” and the title couldn't say any better than what he experienced in this secret society, preying upon the vulnerable, but wealthy, promising them self fulfillment and betterment through the guise of their teachings. “Cults build you up and once you become dependent, then the abuse and the trauma starts. I haven't met a single person who hasn't had some lasting memory, negative memory or trauma. From this group, there is without exception, an extremely harmful group, very harmful, very tricky. They really get under your skin," he tells host Robin Milling.
Writing the book has opened a can of worms with news stories covering deceased cult leader Sharon Gans and the horrific tales of other members who have come forward with their truth. Spencer got out and his unbelievable story should be taken as a cautionary tale.
Milling About with Eli Horowitz
Eli Horowitz, (The Homecoming) makes his directorial big screen debut with Gone In The Night which stars Winona Ryder, Dermot Mulroney, and John Gallagher Jr.
Eli joins host Robin Milling while on vacation in Istanbul about how he used his personal cabin in The Redwoods to shoot his mystery thriller, what it was like working with the talented cast, and the deeper ageless obsession with youth, underneath the macabre twist. No spoilers here...just watch!
Milling About with TOM HUGHES
Tom Hughes (A Discovery Of Witches) bonds with nature and his canine companion in Shepherd. When he takes on the job of a shepherd on a remote Scottish island in an attempt to escape his cheating wife's mysterious death, his solidarity spirals into mental madness.
Tom tells host Robin Milling what it was like working on the island and giving up creature comforts like a fancy hotel by staying off the beaten path; plus falling in love with his furry co-star, the Border Collie Shugey.
Milling About with Garret Dillahunt
Garret Dillahunt joins host Robin Milling to talk about starring in Ambulance as police captain Monroe caught up in a high-speed chase after foiled bank robbers (Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) hijack an ambulance. Garret tells Robin what it was like working with director Michael Bay. “He layers in humor to work off the tension a little bit and lets the audience catch its breath and then he's right back with the body blows.” He reminisces about his diversified career in television and film, and humble beginnings house-sitting while going to acting school at NYU. He also shares how he met his wife, “Star Trek: Picard” star Michelle Hurd in their early theater days together.
Garret reveals new projects where he's reuniting with Fear The Walking Dead producer Greg Garcia and Raising Hope co-star Martha Plimpton in Sprung, which he's co-writing and producing. There are no small parts for this multi-faceted actor who will also appear in the upcoming film Blonde in a “small role,” reuniting with Killing Them Softly director Andrew Dominik, who provides an interesting take with Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe.
Milling About with Cara Buono
Cara Buono stars in "The Girl From Plainville," now streaming on Hulu. Based on the true story of Michelle Carter's (Elle Fanning) "texting-suicide" case, Cara portrays Elle's mother.
A mom herself, she tells host Robin Milling that the series could spark conversations about the dangers of social media, particularly on young girls. “I was excited to be part of this story which explores technology and mental health and teenage relationships and loneliness.” But especially, she urges, “Don't be a screen zombie!”