August 5, 2022
Floyd Strayer and Shelley Smartly join me in this fun conversation about their new comedy show The Smartlys.
The Smartlys was born from tragedy, with personal loss fueling this comedic and light-hearted project in hopes to cheer up everyone involved and even more so everyone watching.
Both of the guests were wonderful to speak with and it was such a fun and uplifting chat. I hope you guys have half as good a time as we did, and be sure to check out The Smartlys!
August 5, 2022
This episode features the multi-talented Bret Lada. Not only did he direct and star in his newest release, The Andy Baker Tape, but with a crew of four, he had his hands in every possible aspect of filming.
The movie is a mockumentary that follows two brothers in a thrilling, horrifying plot that comes to a shocking conclusion you'll have to wait to see for yourself. As Lada says, while he is told there are comparisons in his film to Creep. I also learned that he sees the film as Planes Trains and Automobiles meets The Blair Witch Project.
We had a killer time, and it's a great flick for anyone who loves the found-footage genre. Check out our chat, and be sure to share your thoughts on the interview, as well as who you'd like to hear from next!
August 5, 2022
I had the chance to sit down and speak with the stars of a new horror film called Dawn, a movie that explores what horrifying possibilities getting into a rideshare vehicle with a stranger could have.
Jared Cohn and Jackie Moore lead the film, and we spoke about their characters, their approach to the roles, and how they initially got involved in the thriller. They shared their inspiration to join the acting world in the first place, and we also talked about the other projects they've been working on.
It was a hilarious and wonderful time between the three of us and it clocks in at just over half an hour, so be sure to grab your popcorn. And don't forget to check out Dawn!
July 28, 2022
Paget Brewster joins me in this episode, and I couldn't be happier. Not only do we speak about her return as the titular character in Birdgirl after playing the same role back in Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, but we also dive into my absolute FAVORITE series, Community, and even touch on Duck Tales.
We talk about how she utilizes her voice for the characters of Birdgirl and Judy, how it was just like riding a bike, and why she thinks you should never binge-watch a show you're in. Now the show is on Season 2, Birdgirl is soaring on Adult Swim, and that is largely due to Paget's excellent performance.
We discuss her work with Danny Pudi on both Community and Duck Tales since they've worked on multiple projects. Asking what universe she'd like to see Birdgirl and Judy travel to that Paget has also acted in, we were united in choosing Community.
This is one of my favorite episodes I've done in a long time, and I really think you will all enjoy it. Be sure to check out Community, Duck Tales, and especially Birdgirl, the latter of which can be seen on Adult Swim.
If you want a fully immersive experience, check out our interview on our Literary Joe Youtube channel, and don't forget to like, share, and subscribe! As always, thanks for listening!
July 27, 2022
If you enjoy listening to or watching this show, then this episode is a must for you to check out. LeJon Woods joins me in this chat to talk about his phenomenal performances in Baby Oopsie: Murder Dolls and Bring Him Back Dead.
When I saw LeJon's acting in Baby Oopsie, I knew right away that I needed to speak with him, and that's not just because we're from the state as I didn't even know ahead of time!
We chat about the roles he's played as a religious father, what sparked his love for entertainment, his original college trajectory, and how he got involved with these films as well as acting alongside household-named legends like Richard Riehle, Louis Mandylor, Eric Roberts, and the list goes on.
LeJon is an amazing human and an even better actor, so make sure you listen in to hear what he has to say and check out the Youtube video version of this episode. And of course, don't forget to tune in to Baby Oopsie: Murder Dolls and Bring Him Back Dead, both of which are releasing next week!
July 21, 2022
Social media star Libbie Higgins joins us in this episode to chat about her new leading role acting in Baby Oopsie: Murder Dolls.
While Libbie's videos have gone viral for many different reasons, she is a chameleon when it comes to her role in Murder Dolls. Their personalities are very different and it doesn't take long to learn that.
We also talked a little bit about body positivity and how her past with religion affected her approach to the role. It was a radical time, and I'm sure you guys will love it!
July 19, 2022
This episode features the hilarious and outrageously talented Scott Kreamer. Though Scott has been on the show once before, we got him back for the project he is promoting now - Season 5 of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous.
Kreamer is always an excellent guest, so we chatted about his love for Jurassic Park and Michael Crighton's initial novel. We speak about the diversity in the show with characters like Kenji, Sammy, and Darius and why it's so important for the audience to be able to see some of themselves in the human characters despite the thrilling dinosaurs.
Scott speaks about the children have grown over five seasons and what could potentially be in line for their future, even if it's something after the final season. He mentions that this chapter is closing on them, but their capability has grown a lot through the show.
It was an awesome time, and I really hope you guys have fun. Check out the video version on Youtube and the transcript on Comic Book Movie! Stay sassy!
July 17, 2022
In this chat, I'm joined by two incredible young voice actors - Paul Mikel Williams & Raini Rodriguez. The two play the characters of Darius and Sammy, respectively, in the 5-season long animated series - Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous.
With the new season right around the corner, we spoke with the actors about their thoughts on the series and its end after this new season. I learned a lot of facts about their careers and what it's like to be such a young actor.
It was an awesome time, and I'm sure you'll love the kids as much as I did! I hope you enjoy, and make sure to look out for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Season 5 and see how everything comes to a head.
In the meantime you can see our interview on video via the Literary Joe Youtube channel and see the article with the written transcript on Toonado, Comic Book Movie, and SFF Gazette!
July 17, 2022
This exclusive chat features Shaunt Nigohossian and Peter Hastings, the producers behind the newest Kung Fu Panda project - The Dragon Knight.
The two producers have plenty of experience under their belt, having brought to screen projects such as Blood of Zeus, Kung Fu Panda: Legend of Awesomeness, The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants, The Killing Joke, and more.
We spoke extensively about what each of them contributed as well as how this project connects and parallels to the original film, as well as Jack Black and the cast staying on as their characters.
Peter, Shaunt, and I had a thrilling chat, and I'm sure you guys will enjoy it as well! Check out the audio version on the Inner Child Podcast, and look out for the article with the interview transcript over on Toonado and Comic Book Movie! Don't forget to check out Kung Fu Panda: The Dragon Knight on Netflix!
July 17, 2022
This episode features director and writer D.M. Cunningham speaking about horror movies, particularly his new feature, 3 Demons.
We talk about his inspiration to get into the horror business and his love for such creators as John Carpenter. D.M. also chatted about how music affects movies and that he uses that in his films with inspiration from films such as Jaws and Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Learning about his passions and inspiration was a killer time, and I hope you guys enjoy it! Be sure to check out 3 Demons and the video version on the Literary Joe Youtube channel. Also, look out for the article with the transcript over on FearHQ.com!