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My Recent Appearances On Screen Junkies And Movie Fights!

You may recall I was on Screen Junkies back in May to discuss some of my favorite movie monsters when the new Godzilla movie was hitting theaters. Just this past week, they had me back on along with Alison Haislip and Maddox to have a bracket-style tournament so we could try to decide what our favorite Christopher Nolan movie was in preparation of Interstellar hitting theaters. Here's the episode:

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Shortly after the Screen Junkies shoot, I was invited back to appear on their "Movie Fights" show, and it was an incredibly fun & passionate hour-long debate about various movie topics including the new Star Wars title, Interstellar, the best directors working today, and more. We laughed a lot during that hour and I can't wait to do it again. Here's the show:

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You can also listen to the episode on iTunes if you prefer it in podcast form.

Hope you enjoy both of these shows as it's always a great time talking with them and I'm glad we'll be doing more in the future. Lemme know what you think of both episodes and if you agree/disagree with what I had to say in the comments section below. Speaking of shows, I've posted some new videos to my YouTube channel recently, so be sure to check 'em out if you haven't already. That's all for now, but plenty o' updates coming soon!

1 comment


Conan (Guest) on 03/17/2015 8:34 pm

I know this is late in here, buy I'm probably the only person in the world that really doesn't like Nolan, and everything he has indirectly (by way of profits with the overrated Batman movies) done to many action movies. Thanks to his 'dark, gritty, no jokes' cold British take on film, all the movies now look the same.
Can't have fun no more, no sir, and we can't even mention the characters by their origin names now, nope, those names are too 'ridiculous' for our dark 'realistic' movie.

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