This particular interview is with Brian C. Lawlor of Shock Star Studios. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
Mr. Lawlor has been attending The Indie Gathering for a good number of years now, since 2006. This year Shock Star Studios screened “Legend of the Melonheads” which placed second in the feature horror competition. Brian was the writer, director, editor and producer for this film. You can find out more about his film at Facebook. You can find out more, in general about Brian and Shock Star at Laugh-at-the-law.com and MySpace. You can purchase this movie and kewl T-shirts at the laugh-at-the-law store.
An Interview with William A. Alexander
This particular interview is with William A. Alexander of Travelin’ Light Productions. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
Mr. Alexander was involved in this event as a camera operator. He has been involved with the event since 2003. This year he was making sure that all of the excellent seminars and presentations would be available to the world. He, however, has screened some of his work at the festival in the past.
He is a huge science fiction fan and has five full features length films to his credit, a great deal of knowledge about films and the indie film business. He is much more than a cinematographer. He writes, acts, edits, directs, produces and, if you spend just a few minutes reading over his fimography and listen to him tell us about his passion for film as an art, gives great advice for those who are interested in getting involved in indie film.
Ritch Yarber of Twisted Spine Productions Talks About Competing with Million Dollar Production Companies
This particular interview is with Ritch Yarber of Twisted Spine Productions. This is one of many in a series of interviews at the 2011 Indie Gathering. It is an annual international event usually held at the Westlake Holiday Inn in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. This was the event’s fifteenth year.
Jeff ‘Chuck’ Norris met with Adam from The Expendables in Salt Lake City Utah. Part of the Van’s Warped Tour 2011.
Adam is from Santa Cruz California, the drummer from The Expendables and a pretty cool guy. He is pretty tall, wide and a bad ass too. We even got him to smile and look like a thug at the same time.
We love Indie artists! The Expendables is no exception to the list of great bands.
- The Best Events in Salt Lake City (beautyandstyle.com)
- Enter To Win A 4-Pack Of Tickets To Warped Tour & A Warped Tour Prize Package (kroq.radio.com)
Welcoming back the Mythbusters for the new Season!!!
One of the best shows on the Discovery Channel. From Urban Legans to Everyday myths, the Mythbusters have tested just about everything. Hosted by Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage — and co-hosted by Tory Belleci, Kari Byron and Grant Imahara — the MYTHBUSTERS mix scientific method with gleeful curiosity and plain old-fashioned ingenuity to create their own signature style of explosive experimentation. Everyday They are looking to have more people submit a myth to test so if you have anything interesting that could be tested send it in. Click Here to send a myth in.
I have been watching this show Ever since Episode 1 and I can’t get enough I am a huge fan. Let me know in a comment if you are a fan as well and what was your favorite episode and why. I hope you are catching New Episodes Every Wednesday at 9 PM E/P On the Discovery Channel.
Hope to See your Favorite Episode…
- ‘MythBusters’ Could Debunk Apollo Conspiracy Theory with Their Own Moon Landing (VIDEO) (tvsquad.com)
- Mustached Mythbuster to Bring Expertise to the US Military (techland.time.com)
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I noticed many google searchers looking for the term “nerdy girls need love too”. I then noticed that the link I used in the post was broken. I have updated the link below to link to the singer’s home page. Also if you want to help us out, watch the video below, memorize the lyrics and send em to us. One thing hasn’t changed though, the video is just as entertaining as it was originally. Enjoy!
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File this one under just kewl!
I first saw it over at Boing! Boing! A song about nerdy chicks needing love too. By a nerdy singer/songwriter, Amy Lee Radigan, using the geeky fair use, strumming some guitar, with awesome facial expressions by the actor/singer, and you have “Nerdy Girls Need Love Too”.
Good song, creative lyrics, neat video and in interesting way to ask for a screw driver. If you don’t get the lyrics, odds are you have not been called a nerd.
Kudos on the creativity.
Don’t Grope Me. Least not at an airport.
It is an opinion on the TSA, the Transportation Security Administration, (maybe better put Touch, Stroke All?).
I don’t know why but this one reminds me of that old tune, well not that old, “Right Place Wrong Time”. Just be honest, who wouldn’t enjoy a good grope in the right place at the right time… Maybe we should also add with the right person.
I have heard of sensitivity training.. maybe the TSA employees should have to randomly “search” each other and pass through radiation, would they grasp it better then? Is it not a reasonable request? Don’t grope me dude, or dudette!
I am one who might like my genitals fondled by the right person in the right place, does not care to go through the process at an airport. While I may not be opposed to a good groping and some kink, the airport is not on my list of “where to do its”. I am also TOTALLY not into being photographed nude.
Let’s not even get into the fact that it is a radiation photo. Point 02, or whatever, shouldn’t you need my permission to dose me?
Sorry, folks… this is just total BS. What the <insert your own word here> happened to “Innocent until proven guilty”?
Greyhound and Amtrak are looking good to this yank.
I originally saw this over at Mashable. It is just too funny. I wonder if Apple is going to get salty over the use of “there’s an app for that”. I understand they trademarked it.
I have a question. In this new media order and digital age, are there anythings left that “there isn’t an app for that”? and can anyone point me to the “Get Nicole Kidman to call me app”?
I know we try and keep it non-political here but this one is just too funny to pass up. Beside, I think he is more honest about it than the six o’clock news and that house of white color in D.C. That, and it is just on darn good parody.
I have had a few questions regarding this mess myself:
- Why do we keep calling it a spill? I don’t understand how something gushing out of the ocean floor at 4000 PSI is a spill. I think geyser or fountain is a better description.
- How did BP manage to get federal assistance, aren’t they a British company?
- Shouldn’t we be talking liability and not assistance? Oh that’s right, more taxes to fix it. Does that mean that the citizens of the US are liable?
- Why did their stock value increase?
- When do you intend to buy anything from BP again?
Personally, I think Steve Goodie has it summed up darn good.