Bob has a long overdue chat with Jim McDonough, the super talented filmmaker responsible for incredible short films such as Manicorn, Tiny Clones, Darling Pet Monkey and many more! Jim gives a verbal sneak peak at turning Manicorn into a feature film, but first the guys walk each other through the ups and downs of early filmmaking life, how they let go of giving power to "view counts" and Jim is kind enough to read a list of negative reviews posted under his movies by all the well-adjusted people on the internet!
Bob has a chat with a writer he considers one of the most enthusiastic and positive forces in modern film criticism, Nick Clement! A contributor to both Variety and We Are Cult, his writing can also be found on the limited edition Arrow Films releases of both True Romance and Legend. Prior to this recording Bob asked Nick if he would like to discuss 1990s action films, listen up for Bob's actual shock as Nick details the fact that he actually worked under the likes of Jerry Bruckheimer, Tony Scott and Michael Bay during the productions of some of their biggest movies!
Bob has a long overdue chat with his good friend John Walker! John is one of the creative powerhouses behind the Movie Schmovie Podcast, a talented musician and an analytical mastermind of media! Outside of using this time to just catch up between friends as the world continues to burn, the guys decide to talk about the one subject no one cares to discuss ever again: STAR WARS!
Bob has a long overdue chat with Johannes Grenzfurthner, an Austrian artist, filmmaker, writer, actor, curator, theatre director, performer and lecturer...which it states clearly on his wikipedia page! They cover a wide range of topics from Sub-cultures to Starship Troopers to his newest film Masking Threshold!
Bob has a blast chatting with his super talented friend, cinematographer, musician, filmmaker, singer and dog mom...Sophia Cacciola! They discuss a plethora of film ideas, Sophia checks IMDB to conform the facts and Bob gets overly giddy when Blanche the dog or Face/Off is mentioned!