Episode 77: Micah Gallo

Micah Gallo, director/screenwriter of the upcoming creature feature/family drama film Itsy Bitsy, sits down with me to explore the movies that most influenced him to be who he is today.  Join us, as we chat about rebel editing, the movies James Gunn married, gutsy gut shots, and magical jealousy.

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Itsy Bitsy trailer

Be sure to join us for these upcoming Movies Made Me episodes:

February 19:  Episode 78 with comedian Jeff Capri, one of the featured performers in the documentary I Am Battle Comic.

March 5:  Episode 79, the big Movies Made Me 3rd Anniversary Celebration!

Episode 47: Los Angeles Podcast Festival, part 2 of 3, featuring Janet Varney & Murray Valeriano

Welcome to the second of three special episodes recorded at the 5th annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival, which took place at the Sofitel hotel in Beverly Hills, CA, Sept. 23-25, 2016.  After last year’s festival, we didn’t dare dream our second visit could match the excitement and amazingly good time we’d had.  But, it did!  Whether you are a podcaster or a podcast fan, we urge you to make your plans now for next year’s L.A. Podcast Festival.  We guarantee we’ll be there!

In the boisterous Podcast Lab, we recorded segments with our fellow podcasters and special guests throughout the weekend.  Each guest was asked to tell us about one film that influenced them to be who they are.  In this episode, you’ll hear from:

Be sure to check out all the terrific podcasts and projects mentioned in this episode!

Join us again December 26 for episode 48, our third and final episode from this year’s Los Angeles Podcast Festival, featuring Samm Levine (co-host of Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show and star of Freaks & Geeks), Wayne Federman (comedian, actor, and host of Human Conversation podcast), Todd Glass (comedian and host of The Todd Glass Show), and Dave Anthony (co-founder of the Los Angeles Podcast Festival, comedian, actor, and host of The Dollop podcast).

Also join us January 9 for episode 49 with PJ Haarsma, author of The SoftwireSeries, Rings of Orbis books and Executive Producer of Con Man starring Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion on Comic-Con HQ (season 2 now available!).  Be sure to check out the Spectrum comic book and Con Man: The Game!

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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 24: David Blake Lucarelli

David Blake Lucarelli, author of the graphic novel series The Children’s Vampire Hunting Brigade, editor of the horror anthology Winter Horror Days (also featuring our episode 2 guest Janet Joyce Holden) and motion picture ADR Recordist, discusses the films that have influenced him to be the person he is today.  Join us, as we delve into completing the circle, living in other worlds, loving your favorite rock band even when they threaten to sue, and swimming with Cheap Trick.

Have you ever wished you could see a full list of all the amazing films chosen by Movies Made Me guests?  We’ve got you covered!  Just visit our Complete List of Influential Films page to download the list.  It’s a great way to look over all the films mentioned on the show and note the ones you want to watch!

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Here are a few links to items of interest mentioned in episode 24:

The Children’s Vampire Hunting Brigade

Winter Horror Days on Amazon

Horror Writers Association

David Blake Lucarelli on IMDB