San Diego Comic-Con International (SDCC) nearly spent my lifeforce. After Viscera Film Festival immediately preceding it and two of my own film nights (Batman: The Movie and Dead Alive, respectively) immediately following it, I can’t believe there is a breath left in my body! I barely made it out with this episode alive, so I hope you’ll excuse its lateness. As anyone can probably tell from the irrationally large number of photographs and videos on the internet, SDCC is an extremely overwhelming event. I could only choose to cover certain select things. Here is a list of what to expect in this episode!
I explore my two worlds, education and pop culture, by interviewing the people behind GeekEd and Broadcast Thought!
I decide to get a perspective on Comic Con from a couple of people representing the small press world:
Sarah Becan, author of ShutEye and The Complete Ouija Interviews
Paul Wee, artist and long-time animator for The Simpsons!
Monster Island Resort alumni Jen and Sylvia Soska return for their fourth visit! They had a great panel promoting their new film American Mary!
Check out the trailer:
I also chat with Troma Lord Lloyd Kaufman!
I got to join a press conference about the sequel to Silent Hill. There’s a huge reason this is special to me. Listen to find out what that is!
William Shatner talks his new Get A Life documentary.
Roger Corman discusses his new Attack of the 50ft Cheerleader, along with director Kevin O’Neill and actresses Olivia Alexander and Jena Sims!