Episode 99: Jeremiah Jacobs

Jeremiah Jacobs, aka The Heartbreak Time Machine, musician, and composer of the Movies Made Me theme music, and also my cousin, sat down with me to talk about the movies that made him the talented and interesting man he is today. Join us, as we discuss listening to yourself, ostriches and spray paint, eleven foot moments, and atheist bible songs.

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Have something to say about Jeremiah’s influential movies?  Share your comments, or ask me a question.  It’s easy to reach me!  Just visit the Contact Us page to send me a message, or you can email directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 99:

The Heartbreak Time Machine on Patreon

The Heartbreak Time Machine on Spotify

The Heartbreak Time Machine on Facebook and Instagram

Christopher Moore’s Lamb

Mel Blanc in Wanna Buy A Record?

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

December 24: MOVIES MADE ME 100TH EPISODE featuring Major Francis Monogram and Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz from Disney’s Phineas and Ferb.

January 7: Episode 101, featuring Elysabeth Alfano, host of Awesome Vegans podcast, Accidental Vegan Chef, and The Celebrity Dinner Party.

Episode 96: Trevor Dillon

Trevor Dillon, Programming Director at The Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, CA and Writer/Director with Ghost Party Pictures, sits down with me to talk about the movies that made him. Join us, as we discuss tiny boat epics, venturing adventure, comfort food, and the timeless West.

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Have something to say about Trevor’s influential movies?  Share your comments, or ask me a question.  It’s easy to reach me!  Just visit the Contact Us page to send me a message, or you can email directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 96:

The Frida Cinema

Foxwood short film

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

November 12:  Episode 97, featuring Animator/Writer James Fairbanks IV, creator of Connie the Conjurer.

November 26:  Episode 98, featuring Neil Landau, author of TV Writing on Demand: Creating Great Content in the Digital Era; co-screenwriter of Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead (with episode 17 guest Tara Ison); and Assistant Dean, Special Programs and Associate Director, MFA Screenwriting – Writing for Television with the UCLA School of Film & Television

Episode 95: Tony Wayne

Tony Wayne, actor who has appeared in numerous episodes of Fox’s 24, as well starring in the feature film Pinch (directed by episode 43 guest Jake Lloyd), sat down with me to discuss the movies that made him who he is. Join us, as we discuss the clap, Shakespeare of the Valley, Russian influence, and beginner’s luck.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 95:

Pinch – movie trailer

The Board

Days of Wayne

Skull Rosary

Yakov Smirnoff

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

October 29:  Episode 96, featuring Trevor Dillon, Programming Director for The Frida Cinema in Santa Ana, CA.

November 12:  Episode 97, featuring Animator/Writer James Fairbanks IV, creator of Connie the Conjurer.

Episode 91: Comic-Con International: San Diego

I spent the first day of Comic-Con International: San Diego recording with con-goers who attended our Podcast Advocates panel, artists selling their amazing work on Artist’s Alley, and creators in the Small Press area.  Each of them shared with me a movie that influenced them to be who they are today.  Please be sure to visit the websites and social media for each of my guests, follow them, and, perhaps, buy some of their work!

My thanks to everyone who took the time to record with me during their busy Comic-Con day!  You’ll hear from these awesome people:

Alison Wilgus – Follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Check out her website. Subscribe and listen to her podcast, Graphic Novel TK and follow the show on Twitter.

Matthew LaBelle – Listen to his podcasts Lucdogg in the Morning and The Voice of One Wheel on litmradio.com.  Follow the shows on Twitter and Instagram.

Tom Hodges – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

Bryan K. Turner – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

Tony Washington – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

Danny Haas – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

Greg Luzniak – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

Andrew Day – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

Edgar Delgado – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

Leen Isabel – Follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Check out her website.

Dominic Aradio – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Get Colt The Outlander on Amazon.

Penelope R. Gaylord – Follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Check out her website.

Jerry A. Gaylord – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

Nguyen Dong – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

Mark Dos Santos – Follow him on Facebook and Instagram. Check out his website.

Lonnie Millsap – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website and his comic, Bacön.

Larry Ross – Follow Blast From The Past on Twitter and Instagram. Check out the Blast From The Past website.

Nooligan (Hai-Na-Nu Saulque) – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

Justin Orr – Follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Check out his website.

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Have something to say about the artists or movie choices in this episode?  Share your thoughts, or ask me a question.  It’s easy to reach me!  Just visit the Contact Us page to send me a message, or you can email directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.

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Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

September 3:  Episode 92, featuring Alexander Hoffman, artist and creator of Tales of Absurdity.

September 17:  Episode 93, featuring Phil Johnson, host of Under the Crossbones podcast, comedian and singer.

Episode 89: Mike Schmidt

Mike Schmidt, comedian and host of the long-running podcast, The 40 Year Old Boy, sits down with me to talk about the movies that made him the man he is today.  Join us, as we discuss Caan men, the Bemidji Holiday Inn, podunk phenomenons, and language lessons.

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Have a thought about Mike’s movie choices?  Share your comments, or ask me a question.  It’s easy to reach me!  Just visit the Contact Us page to send me a message, or you can email directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 89:

The 40 Year Old Boy podcast

Mike Schmidt on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook

Hear my previous conversation with Mike, during episode 74 from the 2017 Los Angeles Podcast Festival.

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

August 6:  Episode 90, featuring Sonia Melinkoff, creator of Nerdy Novelty Design oven mitts and potholders.

August 20:  Episode 91 from Comic-Con International: San Diego, featuring conversations from Artist’s Alley.

Episode 64: Brandie Posey

Brandie Posey, comedian/writer/producer, joins us to chat about the movies that made her.  Brandie is a co-founder and host of the comedy and animation combining Picture This!, and can be seen performing at monthly comedy showcase, Harlequin Comedy at The Perky Nerd in Burbank, CA.  She can also be heard on her weekly podcast, Lady to Lady.  Brandie’s comedy album, Opinion Cave, hit #1 on iTunes and #12 on the Billboard comedy charts!  Listen in, as we discuss rhino awakenings, bringing your own bag, what Jeff Goldblum knows, and demolition bonding.

Tell us what you think of Brandie’s movie choices!  Share your thoughts, or ask us a question.  It’s easy to reach us!  Just visit our Contact Us page to send us a message, or you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 64:

Brandie Posey website

Brandie Posey on Twitter

Picture This!

The Perky Nerd (watch their calendar for the Harlequin Comedy showcase!)

Lady to Lady podcast

Opinion Cave

Rockwell Table & Stage (check their calendar for performances by Jeff Goldblum & The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra)

Be sure to join us August 21 for episode 65, a compilation of conversations from our first-ever visit to San Diego Comic Con International!  Hear artists, authors, and attendees each share a movie that made them!

Episode 55: Dave Schmidt

Dave Schmidt, theatrical director at Main Stage Irving-Las Colinas in Texas, sits down for an in-depth discussion of the movies that influenced him to be him.  Listen along, as we discuss friends of Dorothy, searching for your son in Hollywood, grandmas on rollercoasters, and warped realities.

Have a thought to share about Dave’s movie choices?  Want to share a film that influenced you?  Have a question or comment about Movies Made Me?  Visit our Contact Us page to send us a message.  Or you can email us directly at moviesmademepod@gmail.com.  We’d love to hear from you!

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 55:

Main Stage Irving-Las Colinas

Pepe – Theme song from the movie Pepe, sung by Shirley Jones

Be sure to join us April 17 for episode 56, featuring podcaster and filmmaker Zach Eastman. You can currently hear Zach as one of the Reel Nerds on the Reel Nerds Podcast.

Also, mark your calendar to join us May 1 for our 2nd Anniversary Celebration – Take 2!  We’ll have a great group of past guests and new friends, who’ll come together for a free-wheeling look back at year two of Movies Made Me.  And this time, we mean it!