We go way back to the old Big Z Studio and Re-Release this episode with Myles Weber. The reason is that Myles has just Won a Major Comedy Competition in San Francisco. Listen and Enjoy.
The Crew from the locally shot Series "RELLIK" drops by the Studio. We have Writer/Producer Gwen Conklin and Executive Producer Tony Marsh. We talk about the Creation of this project, We find out when Tim Russ decided to become a part of this Series and what it was like using all local people. It was a fun time.
Members of Big Idea Theater Drop by Big Z Studios. It's a packed house with 4 guests. We learn about Local Theater and some Big upcoming events. Listen and Enjoy!
This week in Big Z Studios we do a Skype interview with Racing Announcer Ace Nailor. He tells how he got started with a Local Wresting Federation them moved on to Auto Racing. He also has done a little Theater work. We find out about his upcoming projects in 2015. Listen and enjoy.
Tonight on the Show we do a Skype interview with LA based Comedian Vicki Wagner. She started and still does production work but was told by friends, like a lot of us, "you should be a Comedian". She took that challenge and since then has won “2013 Battle of the Comics”and been on Network TV as well as an LA based Talk Show. Take a listen and enjoy.
Maniacal Mike Betancourt and Classy Claire Fischer drop by Big Z Studios to talk about a very Creepy and Twisted short movie submission called "The Reckoning". They have entered this short into the Rode Mic film contest and are looking to bring notoriety to the Sacramento film Community. Listen to a couple of Comedians who are crossing over into Film.
What weighs 400lbs has corn rows, gold teeth and is as Funny as Hell? Well it's not Tristan Johnson... Now. Listen to his Incredible journey from the mean streets of Oakland to Comedy Stages around California. Very inspirational!
What scares you the most? Spiders, Heights, Clowns? Or is it "The Dark"! On this episode we have the driving force behind a locally made movie, called "The Dark", Christina Marie. This movie broke a record by being shot in a little over 50 hours, and I'm not talking a 20 minute short, this movie will be full length. Also sitting in is Actress Tressa Ohler. Between the 2 of them we get a great inside look on the Sacramento Movie Making community and how in no time at all we will be "Indiewood"
On this episode of the Show we have 2 Hotties from the Vampire Ball, Shannon McCabe and her right hand Gal Pal Leslie Quong. We find out if the Vampire Ball is just an excuse for ladies to show of the Goods. They say it's not but I'm skeptical. There is so much going on with this event that it looks like the Boys will have to be there. Oh I almost forgot, we talk about PORN. We also have a little Twist because Junior Bruce was unable to make the show because I guess his Anniversary is more important then the Show. No worries because our 1 Man House Band, Hunter Hill fills in just fine. Listen and Enjoy.
Michael Kallio is a filmmaker living and working in Los Angeles. He cut his teeth making movies the old fashion way, and arrived in tinseltown just in time to see the industry go crazy with brand new technology and the explosion of new media. We talk to Mike about what it's been like to be working on both sides of that transitional coin, and if he's fully embraced the new after cutting his teeth on the old. It's a pretty groovy conversation that you shouldn't miss!
Comedian Myles Weber drops by the studio to talk. He had the longest commute of any guest so far. Myles grew up and honed his skills in the east bay area, then after a break up and with nothing holding him here, he made the move to Los Angeles. He has released comedy albums, written for Smosh and featured on Ricki Lake, Myles is on the move. And his new girlfriend has a serious right cross. Listen and enjoy.
When we booked comedian Andrew Ouellette to be on our show, we were only expecting to talk to him about his journey as a stand-up comic, and eventual move to the River City. What we got was that, plus a big announcement about his brand new sketch comedy show called! It's called Sketch Suicide, and if you want to know any more about it, you'll have to take a listen. To talk about the new project, Andrew brought his co-horts on the project, returning guests Derik Bishop and Claire Fischer, and future solo guest, Bryant Tarpley! They also brought beer, which Junior really appreciated, and forced Leo to reconnect with his twelve steps.
On this episode we have Actor West Ramsey. We talk about the Sacramento Movie scene and what it takes to be employed in the local movie business. It turns out it takes giving a lot of shit away for free. He recently plays a Zombie in a Junior and Leo production. West seems to play a Zombie quite a bit. He will be making a geographical change in the near future up northwest. Keep an eye out for West on the big screen. If you want to learn more about West Ramsey check out his website. West Ramsey IMDB