Episode 58: Russell Nohelty

Russell Nohelty, writer/publisher of Wannabe Press, Kickstarter expert, and host of The Business of Art podcast, sits down with us to discuss his most influential movies.  Join us, as we discuss points without points, a plethora of mail planes, the funnel of life, and selling out.

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Russell Nohelty online

Wannabe Press

The Business of Art podcast

Connections web series – Episode 1

Be sure to join us May 29 for episode 59, featuring Geoffrey Ashley, creator of the graphic novel Frontiers.

Episode 49: PJ Haarsma

PJ Haarsma, Executive Producer of Con Man on Comic-Con HQ and author of the Softwire Series Rings of Orbis books, sits down with us to discuss the movies that have influenced him to be who he is today.  Join us, as we discuss silk shirts, tuna fishing, sleeping through alien visitations, and the Hogwarts Express to outer space.

Be sure to watch Con Man season 2, starring Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion, available now on Comic-Con HQ.  See if you can spot our host, Cheryl Jones, in select Long Con and Shock-A-Con crowd scenes! Even if you’ve never attended a comic con, you’ll love Con Man and its very funny look at the struggles of actor Wray Nerely to escape his cult sci-fi TV past.

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Con Man on Comic-Con HQ

Con Man: The Game

Spectrum comic book

Con Man on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

The Softwire book series

Rings of Orbis online game

Be sure to join us January 23 for episode 50, featuring Hal Lublin, voice actor who you can hear as Omnibus on Mighty Magiswords on Cartoon Network, as well as Welcome to Night Vale podcast and Thrilling Adventure Hour podcast. Hal also co-hosts the We Got This With Mark and Hal podcast and Tights and Fights podcast.

Episode 45: EJ De la Pena

EJ De la Pena, creator of the sci-fi series Nobility and CEO of Cowboy Errant Pictures, who you may also remember from his work as a young actor in films like Jingle All the Way, joins us to chat about the movies that made him the creative individual he is today.  Sit in with us, as we discuss egos and identity; faith, heart, and skill; the church of Trek; and windmills and torpedoes.

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Nobility the series

Deadliest Fandom on Facebook

Cowboy Errant pictures

EJ De la Pena on Twitter

EJ De la Pena on IMDB

Be sure to join us November 28 for episode 46, the first of our Los Angeles Podcast Festival shows!  We’ve got some great guests and conversations you won’t want to miss!

Episode 41: KC Wayland

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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KC Wayland on IMDB

We’re Alive and We’re Alive: Lockdown

 

Episode 40: Brian Ging

Brian Ging, Assistant Editor on Disney’s Kirby Buckets and Director/Writer/Producer of American Yearbook, joins us to talk about the movies that inspired him to pursue his career and become the man he is today.  Listen in, as we discuss digital watches and whips, creative money making, the greatest 10 in 5, and the voice of the creator.

For our Los Angeles area listeners, don’t forget to buy your tickets to attend the Los Angeles Podcast Festival, September 23-25, at the Sofitel Beverly Hills.  We’d love to have you visit us in the Podcast Lab to record a segment for the show!  We’ll even have Movies Made Me stickers and buttons to give away!  Come to the festival, see some of the biggest names in podcasting as they record live shows, and spend some time getting to know us.

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Brian Ging on IMDB

The Heartbreak Time Machine

 

 

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.

We’re beyond excited to be premiering the brand new Movies Made Me intro and outro with this episode! Our fantastic new music is composed and performed by Jeremiah Jacobs of The Heartbreak Time Machine.  Please support this awesome musician by following The Heartbreak Time Machine on Facebook and Instagram.  Be sure to listen with Spotify, YouTube, or Sound Cloud.  And, please, show how much you love our new theme music by purchasing the Heartbreak Time Machine’s albums and songs on iTunes, Google Play Music and Amazon!

Our incredible voice-over was recorded by Sandra Espinoza on Fiverr.com.  We highly recommend her work!  Follow Sandra on Facebook and Twitter and be sure to let her know how much you enjoy hearing her on our show!

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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