Public Axis #94: SUPER MYSTERY GUEST | One of Us


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Fairy Tales to Flicks! The Most Boring Films! Continuity Errors Galore! A movie-riffic editon of Public Axis with a Super Surprise Mystery Guest! WHO?! Listen and find out!

Recorded at the Pubic Axis F-Stop on October 9th, 2014.

00:00 Welcome to the F-Stop!  This week, we welcome a special mystery guest. She wears many hats in the filmmaking; editing, directing, writing, producing. Who’s that girl? You gotta tune in to find out. (Hint: her name rhymes with Rebecca Rodriguez.)

19:25  Yeah, Imma Look Into Dat!  Topic #1: What fairy tale/legend/folklore would you like to see made into a movie? (Inspired by the Studio Ghibli film, The Tale of Princess Kaguya.)

42:05  Dad’s Corner(ed)!  Topic #2: What do you think is the most boring movie ever made?

1:10:28 Hey, That’s Not Funny!  Topic #3: What is the worst stunt double or continuity error you’ve ever seen in a movie? (Inspired by this article dealing with “continuity field“.)

1:31:06 What Did We Come to Know? Public Axis is an educational program and at the end, we always ask our guests and listeners, “What did you come to know?” Enlighten yourself.

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Comedia A Go-Go is a San Antonio based band of comedians who write, perform, and produce a unique brand of stand-up and sketch comedy along with building a reputation as dedicated filmmakers and fierce podcasters. Armed with dangerous wit and fearless inhibition, core members Regan Arevalos, Jess Castro and Larry Garza aim to make you laugh, make you think and destroy all boundaries. They constantly strive to deliver a one of a kind comedy experience - on and off the stage. They'll also eat whatever snacks, burgers, barbecue and pad woon sen you may have laying around.