Episode 78: Jeff Capri

Jeff Capri, comedian and star of the documentary I Am Battle Comic, sits down to discuss the movies that influenced his comedy and his life.  Join us, as we talk about the funniest after-school special, why Italy’s not that funny, comedy strip clubs, and the Baskin-Robbins school of dance.

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Be sure to join us for these upcoming episodes:

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

March 19:  Episode 80, featuring Josh Saltzman, writer for the upcoming children’s animated series Pete The Cat on Amazon Prime.

Episode 53: Catherine Elhoffer

Catherine Elhoffer, geek fashion designer, discusses the five films that have influenced her to be the woman she is today. Make sure you visit Elhoffer Design to peruse and purchase Catherine’s amazing pop-culture inspired clothing.  Listen in, as we discuss finding your future in boredom, turning down wizards, exacting demands, and nerdy analysis.

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Elhoffer Design

Anaheim Muzeo – Dressing Downton exhibition (Feb 12 – May 7, 2017)

FIDM Los Angeles – Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibition (Feb 7 – Apr 22, 2017)

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Be sure to join us March 20 for episode 54, featuring podcaster Kaela Berry, host of The Artist Tree and producer/co-host on Midnight Marinara on the Benview Network.