Episode 37: Frank Dietz

Frank Dietz, actor/filmmaker/writer/artist/animator and host of the Damn Dirty Geeks podcast, joins us to discuss the movies that made him the multi-talented Monster Kid he is today.  Listen in, as we discuss monstrous acting, keeping your appendages safe, musical breathers, and horrendous bubble gum.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 37:

Damn Dirty Geeks podcast on iTunes

Damn Dirty Geeks website

Sketchy Things: The Art and Films of Frank Dietz

A Zombie Next Door

Thinking Outside The Longbox podcast on iTunes (including Con Man Extras parts 1 & 2)

Episode 35: Elyse Ashton

Elyse Ashton, actress and co-host on The Anglophile Channel, joins us to discuss the movies that made her, as we premiere our brand new, upgraded recording equipment.  Check out our improved sound as we chat about hairy husbands, serious anglophilia, fairies and flies, and grown-up HR Pufnstuff.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 35:

The Anglophile Channel on YouTube

 

Episode 34: Alastair James Murden

Alastair James Murden, actor/comedian/voice-over actor/singer/citizen of the Wizarding World, spends a light-hearted afternoon with us, recounting the movies that made him the highly entertaining man he is today.  Join us as we discuss the fear of “s” creatures; unending, comforting angst; the cruelty of Pixar; and choo-choo-choosing.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 34:

Alastair James Murden on YouTube

Maverick Theater – Fullerton

Improv Shmimprov

 

Episode 26: First Anniversary Celebration!

Join the party as we bring you a celebration of our first anniversary!  Past guests Jeff “Swampy” Marsh (episode 7), Janet Joyce Holden (episode 2), Michelle Nava (episode 3), Dan Shippey (episode 8), and Kelly Shippey (episode 13) come together for a raucous and free-wheeling conversation about the past year of Movies Made Me, Clancy Brown’s priorities, the tyranny of the five, insults from Cloris Leachman, and the worst movie for any situation.

Thank you for being a Movies Made Me listener during the first year of shows!  Your support and enthusiasm make this program possible.  Because of you, we’ve achieved more than we thought possible over the first 26 episodes. Our thanks to each and every one of you for taking the time to listen and for sharing the show with your friends and followers!

In year one, we have seen how the discussion of films as influential to the creation of our individual identities has joined us together in a mutual appreciation for film as a powerful tool for understanding, personal growth, and exploration of ourselves and the world around us. As we head into year two, we promise to bring you even more fascinating guests who will share their unique stories about the films that have impacted their lives in remarkable ways.

Take a look back at the full year of films chosen by our guests with the Complete List of Influential Films! With over 100 films mentioned over 26 episodes, we’re certain you’ll find something new to discover!  Also, take a look at our list of the Most Influential Films, to see which movies have been chosen by more than one guest.  Can you guess which ones are the most mentioned?  Be sure to use our Contact Us page to let us know when our guests have inspired you to watch something you’ve never seen before, or when they’ve given you a new way of seeing an old favorite.

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Here are a few links to items of interest mentioned in episode 26:

Movies Made Me – Episode 6 – Mike Matola

Mike Matola website

Line by Line Posters (Mike Matola) on Etsy

Movies Made Me – Episode 21 – Patrick Foss

Comedian Movie Trailer on YouTube.com

Jeff “Swampy” Marsh on Instagram

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The infamous “twins” photo of Jeff “Swampy” Marsh (left) and Clancy Brown (right).

Episode 15: Darrin Weedon

Darrin Weedon joins us to chat about the influences that have most shaped his unique identity as a father and business-owner.  Listen in, as we discuss flying pianos, what’s wrong with Disneyland Paris, punk rock accounting, and the joy of useless knowledge.

Tell us what you think of the podcast by commenting here or leave us your thoughts on Facebook or Twitter.  Remember, you can now follow us on Instagram!

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Here are a few links to items of interest mentioned in episode 15:

Code Blue: A Love Story on Facebook

Dr John Sarno on Amazon

 

 

Episode 11: Dan Povenmire

We recently met with Dan Povenmire, Creator/Executive Producer of Disney Channel’s hit animated series “Phineas and Ferb” and the upcoming animated series “Milo Murphy’s Law,” for a delightful chat about the films that have influenced his identity and his work.

Listen in to this illuminating and highly amusing episode, as we talk about letters from Steven Spielberg, explaining 1977, the frame count of humor, and the spiritual grandfather of “Phineas and Ferb”.

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Episode 7: Jeff “Swampy” Marsh

We were thrilled to sit down with Jeff “Swampy” Marsh, Creator/Executive Producer of Disney Channel’s hit animated series “Phineas and Ferb” and the upcoming animated series “Mikey Murphy’s Law”, for an in-depth and very entertaining discussion about the five films that have most influenced him.  We also discussed his volunteer work with the amazing charity organization A Walk on Water, which provides water therapy through guided surf instruction to special needs kids and their siblings.

Join us for this very fun episode, as we talk about the Robert Preston appreciation society, how Steve McQueen influenced “Phineas and Ferb”, lying your way into promotions, and never underestimating your audience.

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Please follow these links for more information about A Walk on Water:

AWalkonWater.org

Go Fund Me: A Walk on Water