KC Wayland, Director/Writer/Actor/Producer of the audio series We’re Alive and We’re Alive: Lockdown and the documentary film 365 Boots on the Ground, joins us to discuss the movies that have influenced him professionally and personally. Come along, as we chat about Rita Hayworth and the US Army, Spielberg zombies, too many cooks, and the best from the worst.
And, in case you’re still wondering after hearing the episode, the two dome theaters at the Century Cinedome in Orange, CA each seated 863 people. More information on the theater can be found here and here.
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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 41:
We’re Alive and We’re Alive: Lockdown
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