Posts Tagged ‘comic books’
After two weeks of special “theme” shows, your friends in podcasting are back and they bring an over-stuffed grab-bag of topics to delve into on this week’s episode … There is big news for Dean and Phil’s new movie, The Lady Killers. Phil has a brand new monthly show all about The Los Angeles Breakfast Club. Dean will be appearing alongside the other members of The Lone Gunmen in Texas in May. Dean will be having an art show in Los Angeles in July. All that gets discussed. There is an email from a loyal listener like you (yes, you) about science fiction novels and what Dean and Phil are reading. A beloved actor, a groundbreaking actress, a best-selling novelist and a film historian are all remembered in “Celebrity Deaths”. Finally, two weeks after the fact, your friends in podcasting weigh in on the Oscars, with detailed thoughts concerning host Jimmy Kimmel, the show’s ratings, the disastrous “In Memorium” tribute and oh, yeah, that little drama surrounding the Best Picture Award. All that plus such recent cinematic releases Get Out and Logan get reviewed.
It’s Dean Haglund’s birthday and in honor of the occasion, he and Phil Leirness deliver one of their most free-wheeling, diverse shows yet …
Your friends in podcasting discuss autographs, Comic-Con, UFO cults, Asian airlines suing for slander, the 20th Anniversary of The X-Files, Leonard Maltin, Space Command, Femme Fatales, Cory Monteith, Dennis Farina, 56 Up, The Conjuring, Blue Jasmine and much, much more …
In fact, Paul Weller drops by with a musical birthday greeting for Dean and Phil surprises Dean with an audio snippet of the Comic-Con panel featuring Chris Carter and Gillian Anderson that Dean moderated!
Wondering what to give Dean Haglund for his birthday? Why not help him produce his new film The Lady Killers? Every single donation makes a big difference.
Now enjoy, a special birthday installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour!
Back when he was a writer and co-producer on TV’s “Castle”, Steven Kriozere was a guest on YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour #101. Now, he’s back, promoting his new Cinemax anthology series, “Femme Fatales”. This week’s episode of “Femme Fatales” is entitled “Girls Gone Dead” and it stars YOUR friend in podcasting, Dean Haglund!
Co-starring with Dean is the talented, funny and oh-so-easy-on-the-eyes Catherine Annette, whom Dean and Phil also welcome to the Annex Gallery of the Eastern Columbia, to bring you this brand new installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour.
Dean performed competitive improv comedy on Saturday night and he’s here with all the details. Phil’s been seeing movies and making one, and he’s here with much thought-provoking analysis on comic book movies in general, Kick Ass and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World in particular, marketing and movie trailers. Then, there’s just enough time to revisit the controversies surrounding the mosque being built near “Ground Zero” and the same-sex marriage debate in California. Finally, Dean hits us with the disturbing possibility that conspiracy theories themselves might be the conspiracy! All this week, on YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour!
Dean is back from doing a comedy benefit in San Jose, California. Phil spent all wekeend doing paperwork (hush, hush film development work), though he got out to see a comedy benefit here in Hollywood. They discuss both these shows before launching into analysis of a wide range of films. From German cinema “you will never forget,” to the career challenges of once-hot Guy Ritchie, to the over-exposure of Seth Rogen, Dean and Phil offer their insights before finally giving their long-awaited appraisal of what went right and what went wrong with Watchmen.