So this past Sunday, I had the opportunity to do my very first podcast with two upstanding bloggers who, frankly, you should be aware of if you’re not already: Dan, from Fog’s Movie Reviews, and Brian, from DearFilm. Suffice to say, with the caliber of the bloggers involved you’d be doing yourself a favor if you listened to it for yourself. You can find it online here; if you like being presented with options, though, you can check it out through iTunes on the Radio DearFilm channel. The three of us cover a range of topics, from Silent House to Eastbound and Down to Dan’s crushing dominance in the traffic war, so check it out and then sound off below! The experience was a total blast to record, and it’s just as entertaining to listen to it.
Oh!! Man!! That is IT. I am never sharing a single stat with you or Roan again! LOL
Ya burnt, Dan.
Brilliant podcast fellas! Really insightful and lots more professional sounding than a lot of the so-called professional ones out there.
Thanks Marc! That means a lot, as I was incredibly anxious over how I’d come off sounding (though after listening to it myself I think I come off alright, even if that does sound self-serving).
I always dread rehearing anything I’ve ever said in a podcast or interview but honestly, it was a really great listen. All three of your contributions were excellent. Fine job Bud!
I’m definitely happy to hear all that. I think we all clicked real well with one another, even if I still think I sound like a huge doofus.
Hell yeah Andrew! I finally know what your voice sounds like lol. I thought you sounded fine. I actually think you are very eloquent and it comes off in your writing and I think it translates well into audio haha. I love your style and how you can find the good in things and not write off a film even if its not entirely successful.
Thanks Blain– glad that all of that comes across well in audio! And that philosophy of seeing the good in every film is something Film Crit Hulk wrote about a chance meeting with Quentin Tarantino, in which QT essentially said that even bad films can teach you valuable things about the craft and to never hate a film. I’ve taken that to heart since reading it. It’s a piece well worth checking out, just search Hulk’s blog.