We spoke with the cast and crew of Progress the Series: Paul Lada (VFX/editor), David King (production designer), Paul Madariaga (assistant director/associate producer), Armando Saldanamora (writer/co-producer), Derek Houck (actor: Adam Rhett), Kai Cofer (actor: Alben Scot),Rebecca Lynch (actress: Lila DeClide), Keith Stacey (composer) and Nicole Wright (producer). Progress is a steampunk themed series set in the Victorian Era where a hacker finds himself involved in a mystery involving the killer, Jack the Ripper. Listen to how the series the made and what’s in store for the future of Progress!
You heard it here first — Pilbeam will be writing a book dedicated to life lessons one can learn from watching Sandra Bullock movies! We talk a little bit about Valentine’s Day, plus the most amazing movie news EVER. Fanfic Theatre: Harry Potter.
The cast of Emma Approved joins us in this amazing and fun episode, with Joanna Sotomura (Emma Woodhouse), Brent Bailey (Alex Knightley), Dayeanne Hutton (Harriet Smith), James Brent Isaacs (Bobby Martin), Gabriel Voss (Ryan Weston) and Mapuana Makia (Izzy Knightley). Listen to the actors talk about the show, their characters and us fangirling over Jane Austen with James Brent Isaacs. This episode was recorded at the Sideshow Network studios, special thanks to them!
The Lady Geeks delve into a passionate discussion about J.K. Rowling’s recent “regrets” in pairing Hermione with Ron (aka this is Harry Potter talk) and hash out her true love story post-Voldermort in the Wizarding World. We also discuss why people are so afraid of girls with short hair.
The Americans, Season 1 blasts its way onto Blu-ray and DVD February 11th. There’s no better way to celebrate than by entering to win a Blu-ray copy of Season 1 to add to your collection, as well as a Russian styled Ushanka hat — which you can wear like a fancy person while watching the show!
Find out how to enter to win below.
Inspired by the anime, Princess Jellyfish, the Lady Geeks get into a discussion about what it means to be different, how it affected them as young people and how to deal with the hardships of feeling like an ‘outsider.’ Fanfic Theatre: Harry Potter.