EPISODE 160: AND THEN THERE WAS FUN!

Episode 160 finds Doug interviewing his director and some of his cast mates from Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, presented by Stageworks Theatre!  Sadly, not all cast members were able to attend, but the podcast was a blast nonetheless! Here’s who was in attendance:

Mia Peters – Director

Michael Parker – Lombard

Noelle Barnard Azarelo – Vera

Carla Reck – Dr. Armstrong

Laura Arwood – Miss Brent

Chris McBennett – Marston

Jason Christ (Yes, the same!) – Rogers Continue reading

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EPISODE 159: MERGING WITH THE LAST JEDI

Happy New Year! After a long hiatus, Doug takes a break from his play rehearsals to welcome back friend of the show Matt King to discuss Star Wars: The Last Jedi as well as Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox’s entertainment properties, and (finally) Justice League. Continue reading

Doug Reviews: All the Money in the World (2017)

All the Money in the World is Director Ridley Scott’s second theatrical feature this year. Due to some emergency reshoots to excise Kevin Spacey from the film, the movie was only completed a few weeks ago. Did those last minute changes sink the film or save it? Continue reading

Doug Reviews: Bright (2017)

From Director David Ayer and Screenwriter Max Landis comes Netflix’s biggest-budget original movie to date, Bright. Does this film forge a confident path forward for Netflix and its original movie slate or is it more of a cautionary tale? Continue reading

Doug Reviews: Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)

In 2015, The Force Awakens resurrected the Star Wars franchise and became the highest-grossing domestic film of all-time. Now, Writer-Director Rian Johnson brings audiences the eighth film in the Skywalker family saga, The Last Jedi. Does this film re-hash the past or forge a new path into the future for Star Wars? Continue reading