Virtually every one of us has had a film experience that altered us in some way, that gave us a passion, a fear, a way of looking at the world. I task my guests with talking about the five movies that have made them, well, them! We'll explore how each movie changed them, while also looking at three other influences, from the broad spectrum of their experience, that made them who they are today.
5th Anniversary & Major Announcement
Join me as I celebrate 5 years of Movies Made Me with my guests Jake Lloyd (Dragon Wagon Radio), Alexandra Hoey (Me, You, & 30 Other Men), and Rebecca Evans (The Art)! We'll look back at what's made these 5 years great, while we look forward to the future with a MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT. Thank you for being part of making Movies Made Me such an amazing experience for the past 5 years!
David Pasquesi, actor best known for his roles as Blaise St. John on Lodge 49 (now available on Hulu) and Andrew Meyer on HBO's Veep, sat down with me to talk about the movies that made him who he is today. Join us, as we discuss witty banter, Buster Keaton tangents, honorable mentions, and eggplant forces.
Cody The Creative
Cody The Creative, artist of landscapes, pennies, shoes and clothing, sat down with me to talk about the movies that made him the creative he is today. Join us, as we discuss ego-sized boxes, Shotgun Joe, going off the deep end, and dialogue even an idiot can love.
Casey Merkling, Founding Teacher of Yoga Squared in Tustin, CA sat down with me to chat about the movies that made her the unique woman she is today. Join us, as we discuss shouting from the rooftops, leaning into the red, allowing the sky to clear, and the Rolodex of Seinfeld.
Sam Sawyer, artist and creator of the upcoming animated show S.A.L.E.M., joined me to talk about the movies that made her the creative woman she is today. Join us, as we discuss religious treasures, creepy bunnies doing awful stuff, making it beautiful, and Pong life.
Hannah Foster-Ojeda, high school student and my co-worker for the Halloween season, sat down with me so we could get to know each other a little better through the movies that made her the bright young woman she is already at this early stage of her life. Join us, as we discuss the Tim Allen horror show, clowns and friendship, ruining popular things, and beautiful trauma.
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I’ve only listened to a few episodes so far but I love the concept of this show. Unfortunately, I am pretty uncultured when it comes to films *le gasp* so I know only about 15% of the movies people mention which can make it a tad difficult to feel involved in the deep discussion >.>. Despite that, it is still a super fun listen and I know have a few new movies on my to watch list.
Good guest, bad guest, great guest
Gave a few episodes of this show because I'm a big fan of Dragon Wagon Radio. 5 stars because when it's good its so good but it really depends on the guest. Some guests just arent interesting. But the host is sweet and very likable and it's overall a really good show.
Love the interviews from Artists Alley at Comic Con. Great descriptions and a way to learn more about the artists and their inspirations.