Audio Auxiliary: Interview with Reboot's Joe & Sidney

Soon after a successful showing at Def Con, I interviewed the filmmakers of the techno-thriller Reboot, director Joe Kawasaki and producer Sidney Sherman. Both have graciously provided with me a half-hour of insights and experiences about Def Con, the making of the movie, the alternate reality game, Joe’s time in Kuwait, and more.

I have also spoken with star Emily Somers. Her interview can be found below. Here are notes from that interview. Continue reading “Audio Auxiliary: Interview with Reboot’s Joe & Sidney”

Monster Brawl Review


Omg, I just can’t watch this ANYMORE!

I saw the case and HAD to buy it. This was crazy from Jump Street. It’s got pro wrestling manager Jimmy Hart in it! You have a tournament of creatures versus the undead . A vampire, mummy, the Frankenstein monster, Wolfman and more! Plus, anytime I can see Kevin Nash act, I’m just not gonna pass that up. Continue reading “Monster Brawl Review”

Q & A with Tina Sauls

Tina Sauls is a lady of many hats in show business. This Valdosta, Georgia native is a production assistant for several major projects proving that being from a smaller town doesn’t equal small aspirations.

She’s currently working in the upcoming movie The Internship starring Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, and Rose Byrne. She has built an impressive resume/CV working with well-known names as you’ll see in this interview with Anatomy of War‘s Roshawn Rochester. Continue reading “Q & A with Tina Sauls”

Interview: Emily Somers

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Reboot, a thriller about hackers under pressure, is making its way in the film festival circuit. I am fortunate to speak to the star, Emily Somers. Somers plays Stat, a hacker who’s literally stuck with a smartphone that is running a mysterious countdown timer. Reboot is an intriguing, technophilic race against time. The movie will be shown at Fantasia in Montreal and Def Con in Las Vegas. Continue reading “Interview: Emily Somers”

Dark Knight Rises Review

Bane vs. Batman

The Dark Knight Rises is an excellent conclusion to probably the best superhero movie saga in terms of quality. Rises is not a perfect movie and it’s not as fun as The Avengers but Rises still satisfies. Director Christopher Nolan made this movie is a final love letter to loyal Bat fans while remaining dramatically accessible.

Rises is about the nature of heroism. In the final chapter of the Dark Knight Trilogy, Bane executes a major plan to take over Gotham City (Pittsburgh with a coastline!). Bane, built like a classic pro wrestler, shows great cunning in his power grab. Meanwhile, catburglar Selina Kyle prefers, initially, to take whatever valuables she targets.

What about Bruce Wayne? He’s not the man he used to be after leaving the Batman identity behind eight years after Harvey Dent’s death. After meeting Selina, Bruce eventually gains the non-stop fighting spirit and gets into the suit again. Continue reading “Dark Knight Rises Review”

Interview: Ben Perkins

Roshawn interviews Ben Perkins, digital compositor for The Amazing Spider-Man. Perkins bring special effects to the screen.

First off, I would like to say thank you for doing this interview with me Ben. I really appreciate the time you took out of your day for this :)


Red-Headed Mule: What job did you have on The Amazing Spider-Man?

Ben Perkins: I was a compositor and stereo lead.

RHM. Nice. How was your time working on the movie?

BP: I enjoyed it. With that movie, there were pretty concerned with every pixel in every shot. They went through each shot with a fine tooth comb so we had to do a bunch of different versions for every shot, because they wanted to make it look perfect. Continue reading “Interview: Ben Perkins”