After I rant against bad movie theater behavior and share stories from my latest television acting gig, I interview stand up comedian and friend Mike Kolar about the time we did comedy in a Cleveland hookah bar, our misadventures in German Class, and why you can’t go home again. Download the file by right clicking here or subscribing to “Shamefest LA” on the iTunes store.
In the second half of my interview with writer, director, and comic book fanatic Alex Dandino, we discuss Sexism in Comic Books, when Batman just sounds wrong, the failings of the Iron Man sequels, exactly how British IS Chris Nolan, the story of the unmade Dune movie, and I share a gay thought. Right click here to download it or simply click to play. You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes by searching for “Shamefest LA” on the iTunes store, or follow me (Matt Shore) on Twitter @shorester. Thanks, and I hope you enjoy!
Author Jessie Cluess and I discuss the semantics of selling out, how to get a lit agent, celebrity ghost writers, the return of Rifftrax, outdoor music festivals, why Patch Adams sucks, a weak defense of the Green Lantern movie, and the now defunct Porn at Tech.
Jeff and I discuss eating pancakes with Wyclef Jean, the validity of Justin Bieber, friends getting famous, rampant insecurities, raging egos, and the downside of topical humor. You can download it on iTunes or right click here to download it now!
After I try out some new stand up, Brandie and I discuss Poltergeist, insufferable actors, the Legend of Bill Murray, and of course, Reel Big Fish. Also there is some stuff in there about living in LA and pursuing comedy as well. Right click here to download it to your computer thingy.
In the third episode of Shamefest LA, I talk to my buddy Max Kleinman about paid extra work, Adele Dazeem, semi-zombies, professional name changes and velociraptors. Check out the full episode by clicking on this link. (Right click to download the file.)
Shamefest LA is an all-new interview podcast hosted by Matt Shore in which creative types- actors, writers, directors, and the like- share stories of the twists and turns they’ve taken on the road to success. You’ll hear tales of odd jobs, weird personal experiences, and general advice on what to do and not to do when surviving the mean streets of Los Angeles. Download the very first episode now to hear actor Mitch Lerner share some words of wisdom on a variety of topics, including semi-professional wrestling, Hollywood networking, and how to secure a career in the lucrative field of corpse watching. Interview Mitch Lerner (Right click this link to download!)