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Hooray for Hollywood


05162017 Hooray for Hollywood! No, this is not the Jack Benny Radio Show, but rather the theme for the latest episode of The Malliard Report. This week Jim welcomes back three familiar voices in a sort of radio relay race to discuss their projects and latest updates since their past visit. So sit back and settle in for this star-studded episode.

First up on the tag team trio is the lovely and talented Scream Queen herself, Brooke Lewis. In the midst of an incredibly busy schedule (literally between meetings she stepped out to call Jim) Brooke gives us a rundown of the seemingly endless stream of projects that she is working on. In a balancing act that has even the busiest of multi-taskers envious, Brooke has continued her growing list of feature film roles, maintained her Be You Be Fearless movement, and launched a cosmetic and clothing line. Brooke also shares that from her viewpoint, the trends in the industry are that zombies still seem to have their hold, but the supernatural theme is being pitched more and more. Something to look forward to in upcoming films.

You better get your tequila ready because those that are familiar with the second guest will know the game that is played when she is on the show. Yes, that’s right, Doctor Housel is back and several bombs are dropped for your drinking pleasure. Joining us from the exercise bike (much to the chagrin of those around her) of her local gym she shares with us the trends she is noticing in the convention worlds, the vast reaches that her blog stretches out to, and attempts to coerce Jim into traveling abroad.

Last but certainly not least in this trifecta of tenacious guests is Daniel Abella You will remember Daniel as one of the primary promoters of the Philip K. Dick Film Festival who tirelessly runs the behind the scenes of the festival. Daniel discusses how the festival continues to grow exponentially each year and how the submitted films are getting better and better each year. Daniel also shares how you can get tickets to the festival or to submit a film of your own.

All three guest throw a lot of information in a short amount of time so don’t feel bad if you have to go back a listen a couple of times. Make sure to show the guests some love and visit their site, buy a hat or book, or simply drop by and say you heard them on The Malliard Report.

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