Festival extravaganza! On this independant film filled episode, Dr. Andy returns to the studios after a brief hiatus and he and John talk about 3 different film festivals: “Translations”, “50 Hour Slam”, and “SIFF”, as well as a review for the documentary “Man Made”.
I had the pleasure of being invited back for a second year in a row to cover the 8th Annual Vancouver Short Film Festival in Vancouver, British Columbia and it was incredible! Tune in to hear interviews with creators, and directors, as well as my picks for the best films of the festival!
This past week Seattle was fortunate to host the US premiere of the new multi-media documentary “Amplify her” (IMDB.com/AmplifyHer) which focuses on the several female DJ’s as they go on tour and bring messages of equality, power, and femininity to the masses!
Tim Hall, AKA: The People’s Critic, is back in the studio talking to John about two new movies; “Surburbicon”, “Thor: Ragnarok”, plus a new documentary “Amplify Her”. Then a little TV show called “Stranger Things”!
Three movies on the docket this week that range from heartfelt biopic, to completely stupid, to an indie darling. Thanks to Erynne Hundley for joining the show once again to talk about some new films!
Page turning, sword swinging, guns blazing, prophecy toting breakdowns are all on this episode with special guest Tim Hall! We talk about some incredible new books from DK, then discuss 3 very different movies in “The Villainess”, “American Assassin”, and “Mother”.
New Jersey rappers, giant blue men, and an unlikely team of heroes are themes for this episode! John is joined once again by Damien Randle as they discuss the new indie film “Patti Cake$”, before moving on “The Tick” and “The Defenders” TV shows.
Celebrating local Seattle talent is a main focus of this episode as we cover the Seattle 48 Hour Film Project, plus interviews with Krk Nordenstrom and Angela DiMarco! Then Damien joins as a guest host to break down the films and “Annabelle: Creation”.
On this truly global episode, That Guy Named John is joined by Dr. Andy as they talk about the brand new short film “The Boogeys”, which includes an interview with the writer/director/ producers. Lastly they do their highly anticipated SIFF 2017 wrap up.
We spin a web any size and catch reviews just like flies in this episode! John is joined once again by This Guy Named Steve as they discuss an independent feature film, an independent short film, and then review “Spider-Man: Homecoming”! Stay tuned true believers!
Indie filmmakers, dumb people around sharks, and a hip hop legend are all apart of this week’s episode! David Lowery sits down for an interview, then we talk about “47 Meters Down” and “All Eyez On Me”.
On this action packed episode, That Guy Named John and Dr. Andy talk about Marvel’s newest film: “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”, plus a film competition called “50 Hour Slam”, and finally, the upcoming Seattle International Film Festival, AKA: “SIFF”.
2 guests and 3 crazy topics are on the agenda for this episode! Join your host; That Guy Named John, as he sits down with Dr. Andy and This Guy Named Steve while they discuss the “Crazy 8’s Film Festival”, then review the new thriller “Get Out”, and finally give a full breakdown of the 2017 Oscars!
On this truly international edition of the podcast, your fearless host; That Guy Named John traveled to the great white north of Vancouver, British Columbia to cover the Vancouver Short Film Festival, (AKA: VSFF)! Listen in as he talks to the festival’s directors, as well as some of the filmmakers!
Join your host That Guy Named John in a special episode that is split into two parts, both of which cover the recent Seattle leg of international 48 Hour Film Project. The first part of the episode is an interview with festival producer; Kirk Nordenstrom, and the second part is a breakdown of the films by John and returning guest Andy.
On this episode, That Guy Named John chats with Nicholas Gyeney, the writer, director, and producer of the new action thriller “Beta Test”! This movie was shot on location here in Seattle and stars Manu Bennett, Linden Ashby and Larenz Tate.