Cory Edwards is a writer, director and comedian who likes to chat about TV, movies and being boldly creative. He also visits with an interesting guest each week and gets at least ONE GOOD STORY out of them.
TFSB 023 - Playmation: Christine Baraka, Kevin Jones & Josh Jones
The creators of “The Happy Family Show” talk about how they turned play toys into a viral hit show. Sometimes the handmade way is the best way. My son Nate also tells us about the new ILM Docuseries “Light & Magic.”
TFSB 022 - Jonathan Martin
Writer, Director, Production Designer and master of handmade visual effects, Jonathan shares his love for old-school models and the amazing tricks he pulls to create dinosaurs, robots, and 50 foot stone sculptures.
TFSB 021 - Mike Nawrocki
An in-depth chat with the co-creator of VeggieTales and the voice of Larry The Cucumber, Mike Nawrocki. Mike talks about the ups and downs of creating a huge brand, and the exciting new show he’s creating now. Plus, I tell a story about an unforgettable road trip.
TFSB 020 - Danno Sullivan
Comedian, writer, ukulele enthusiast and host of the “Expertease” podcast, Danno Sullivan is always finding new ways to be creative. Nate talks LARPing and Cory recommends a mysterious new film.
TFSB 019 - Kelly Stables
Star of “Superstore,” “Two And A Half Men” and “Horrible Bosses 2,” Kelly Stables has done it all — comedy, drama, voice over, even dragon hunting! We also get the scoop on “Gravity Falls’l 10th anniversary from my son Elliot and learn all about the game “Snake Oil!”
TFSB 018 - Mark Keefer
The Editor is an MVP for filmmakers. I chat with Mark Keefer, sound and picture editor for “Hoodwinked,” Jim Henson Co., WB, Disney. He’s currently bringing Garfield back to the big screen. Plus, a brief history of The Wilhelm Scream and a visit to the gaming world with my son Nate.
Fun funny fantastic podcast
Cory Edwards delivers. Yes he’s funny and he also knows when to shut up and let his guests tell their cool stories. Great to listen to while either commuting or mowing the lawn. I also dig the bump music.