Posts Tagged ‘William Shatner’
Halloween is only eight weeks away, so your friends in podcasting thought it was the perfect time to reveal their Top Ten All-Time Horror Films! Such classics as the 1956 Invasion of the Body Snatchers, its 1978 remake, John Carpenter’s The Thing, The Devil’s Backbone from director Guillermo Del Toro, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein and Cabin in the Woods all get discussed as “honorable mentions”. What films actually made Dean an Phil’s respective lists? Listen to find out! And keep those Netflix queues handy!
This week: Updates on Dean Haglund’s forthcoming performances at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, on his graphic novel (sounds like there’s been progress), on a play he has been writing for decades (!) and on the book he recently had published!
This week: Phil offers a “mea culpa” to the makers of the new episodic “Star Trek”, he marvels at some of the great on-screen friendships, he ruminates on the differences between filmmakers, artists and geniuses, he champions (once again), the Coen Brothers’ Hail, Caesar!, he asks Dean about bitcoins, he weighs in on a “Live Event of the Week” and he and Dean remember three individuals in “Celebrity Deaths”.
Every week: Your friends in podcasting change the way you listen to the internet!
It’s YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour’s annual Post-Oscar smackdown.
Hear Dean and Phil’s analysis and hilarious criticism of Hollywood’s big night, hear them reveal each other’s predictions on who would win the 24 Oscar categories, and hear the stakes of their wager on the outcome.
Year after year, it’s one of our most popular episodes.
If you would like to get to SEE your friends in podcasting (rather than just hear them), make sure you check out their joint appearance on the ActorsE Chat Show (hosted by Yi Tian).
Also, if you’re going to be in the Seattle, Washington area on Tuesday 22 November, why not stop by the Northwest Film Forum to see THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE and to meet Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness? Only a handful of seats remain at this intimate venue, so get your tickets today!
Of course, we encourage you to listen to this week’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour and visualize Dean and Phil and their visiting co-presenter, Jodie Orton (co-host of Siren 107.3 FM’s “American Dream Team” in the UK) as they sit around poolside atop the Eastern Columbia building, discussing the business of show …
Topics include: The disappearance of young men and teenaged boys from the multiplexes, the continuing plummet of Netflix stock, the drop in average ticket prices, the failure of “The Tower Heist”, the whereabouts of Richard Grieco and the wisdom of Avery Brooks (aka Captain Benjamin Sisko) as told to William Shatner in the Shatneriffic documentary “The Captains”.
All that plus TWO celebrity deaths, ONE Hollywood Lawsuit and FIVE intriguing projects that are in various stages of production, development or discussion.
Comedy – The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen
Consciousness – CERN, the speed of light, Noetics, Dr. William A. Tiller, conscious co-creation.
Conspiracy - Cinemark vs. Bryan Cranston, Southwest Airlines, Shakespeare, Contagion
And More (!) – Anton Yelchin, Pedro Almodovar, Antonio Banderas, Ryan Gosling, Steven Soderbergh, Christina Ricci, “Pan Am”, The Skin I Live In, Drive
The Truth Is Out There and it’s also inside this action-packed installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour!
Enjoy! And please order YOUR copy of the special Bonus 4th Anniversary show today!
Your Chillpak Hollywood Hour has been graced by the presence of fantastic guests all summer long and this week’s installment is an incredible first, featuring THREE guests on one show!
Regular listeners to the show will remember the lovely, talented, funny and engaging Catherine Annette. She’s back and she brought along her best friend, the hilarious and infectiously enthusiastic Madison Dylan.
Catherine and Madison both acted with your friend in podcasting, Dean Haglund, on the “Girls Gone Dead” episode of this year’s Cinemax sensation Femme Fatales.
Joining Catherine and Madison on this week’s show is Femme Fatales co-creator and executive producer Mark A. Altman, and Phil Leirness could not be more thrilled. You see, Mark was once one of the preeminent entertainment journalists in the business before becoming a truly exciting independent filmmaker (writing and producing one of Phil’s favorite indies of the ’90′s, the spectacular Free Enterprise). And now, of course, he is a television producer and writer, whose credits before Femme Fatales included Castle and Necessary Roughness.
Television, movies, entertainment journalism, swordplay, comic-con, William Shatner … A lot will be discussed on this week’s installment of YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour.
To learn more about Femme Fatales, please visit the show’s Official Site.
A brand new show full of the engaging, free-wheeling analysis and discussion you’ve come to expect from the “Thelma and Louise of podcasting”.
Dean discusses his trip to Puerto Rico, including making friends with a big-wig in TSA. He also previews his trip to Las Vegas for the annual “Star Trek” convention (the largest in the world!). Phil describes some of the ways he’s becoming Dean Haglund – Seeing the opera “Carmen” at the Hollywood Bowl and taking an interest in the Impro Theatre Los Angeles, home of L.A. Theatre Sports.
Then, Dean and Phil delve into the latest, most intriguing show business news, starting with “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”, the entire Millennium trilogy, the forthcoming American remakes, and Noomi Rapace (lead actress in the European productions), as well as the lawsuits surrounding the as-yet-unreleased fourth book by Stieg Larsson. They follow that up with an analysis of the new television series “Aftermath with William Shatner” (where the former Captain Kirk, T.J. Hooker, and Denny Crane tackles controversial interview subjects starting with the Subway Vigilante).
Plus full reports on what movies Dean and Phil have seen. It’s all this week on YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour!