We've got a great interview, today, with Vickey and Bob Beaver from Obatron Productions talking about their latest Kickstarter: Retribution! Made for the Savage Worlds game system, Retribution will take players on a journey into the supernatural where death is not always the end of the story.
We also chat about other projects they have done and the work Vickey is doing, in addition to their fantastic gaming products.
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The long-awaited second episode of my GenCon Film Festival interviews! In this episode, I speak with the incomparable Demetrius Witherspoon and some of the fantastic performers from his epic Submerge series, Erin A. Moore, Shonna Bedford, and Grace Carlton! Enjoy!
Demetrius Witherspoon - Submerge: Ni're Reborn/Submerge: Echo 51
Shonna Bedford - Submerge: Echo 51
Grace Carlton - Submerge: Echo 51
Erin A. Moore - Submerge: Ni’re Reborn
So, the first episode, of two, of my trip to GenCon where I mined the Film Festival for some of the greatest interviews I've ever done! Here is the contact information for all the people I spoke with! So many contacts!
Steven Michael Zack - Molly ranger7studios
Note: I may have been thinking of the wrong thing with Ranger 7. That's on me.
Rachel Phelps - Rejoinder Films
Richard F. Roszka - All Your Base: Last of Last
Johannes Grenzfurthner - Traceroute
Doug Morse - The Next Great American Game
Randall Hoyt - Road Hogs
Christian Nicholas - This Giant Papier Maché Boulder is Actually Really Heavy
Curt Markham - The Search for Silverspear
I have a conversation with Andy about his fantastic project, Merlin of Legend, and talk about his experience in LA and what influences him and what he's into!
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Jesse interviews burlesque dancer and model Mary Effen Sunshine! They talk about her career in the adult industry as well as spotlight Mental Health Awareness Month (which they totally rename). Get educated and have fun at the same time!
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Jesse welcomes DocPalindrome.com writer Alize Edeline on the show and they catch up on life and talk about her writing and various obsessions. Old friends catch up and it's all feel-good and wonderful! You'll want to go hug someone after you listen to this!
We welcome Jordan R. T. Spencer, youngest contributor to docpalindrome.com as we talk about his influences, his history, and what he's got coming up!
Surgeon General's Warning: This podcast contains explicit material. More explicit than usual and way funnier, too. If explicit or funny offend you, you should probably avoid this.
Hollywood Weirdo John Karyus, keeper of the oddest IMDB page you will ever see chats with Jess about his career and the life and times of growing up odd.
Sean Sherman is back and joining Jesse to talk with filmmaker Curt Markham about THE MOVIE. We break it down for a while regarding our experience with the past films (while avoiding spoilers), then we dive in for all the spoilery action! Finally, we close up the whole thing with a bit of poetry.
Jess sits down with table-top RPG designer Brendan LaSalle to talk about the gaming industry, what Brendan's been up to, and, of course, XCrawl and everything about XCrawl. Oh! And they lament the loss of the greatest MMO of all time: City of Heroes!
Young writer for docpalindrome.com, Brent Thomas swings by to talk superheroes with Jesse and Sean! Thrill in the Adventure! Experience the Excitement! Enjoy this Episode!
Jesse talks with Cory Pain from Air Wreck Radio, A_Podcast, airwreckradio.com, and all sorts of other cool stuff. They talk about podcasting, comic book movies, and a little bit of politics.
Future Doctor Professor Karl Smith, a.k.a. Karl Sparks of Pocket Radio Theatre, sits down with Jesse and Derek to talk about his upcoming podcast series, The Bootleggers, being a really smart person, and potential apocalyptic scenarios.
Check out his stuff, launching March 15th! poketradiotheatre.org