Being a regular radio talk show guest and podcaster, I get occasional opportunities to spread my brand of madness to the world on other programs. In addition to Cinema Crespodiso, I also call in every Thursday to The Curtis Earth Show on 91.5 fm WPRK (WPRK.org) to talk about movies for 10-20 minutes, but that can only be heard live as it happens. But sometimes that’s not enough, and I pop up somewhere else, spewing my opinions out like a dragon spitting fire, albeit with far less damage to my surroundings. Here is where these guest appearances are documented.
Podcasting has gotten to the point where there are now all sorts of podcasts all over the country, and thanks to this wonderful and intimate medium, folks from all over are connecting with each other, making this world even smaller, bringing our experiences together, and just making (most of) us better people. And thanks to podcasting, I have been able to connect with a show based out of Wisconsin in a way that feels like we’re old friends and have done this tons of times before, and that is what makes this kind of thing special.
Back in December 2014, I called in to “Talking Rubbish with Erik and Stacey” to talk about the hot movie news story at the time, Seth Rogen and James Franco’s comedy “The Interview.” And now in November 2015, I was asked to join them for their new show, which is a “radio-friendly” version of this show called “Talking Nonsense,” which airs on Sunday nights on Alt360Radio.com. We had a fun thirty minute conversation that was mostly about movies but also got a little into other topics like books (and the importance of reading) and I explained why I went and saw the final “Hunger Games” movie but didn’t feel compelled to see the final movies for “Harry Potter” or “The Hobbit.” We finished the discussion by talking about the impending craziness of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
We had a really good time and you will enjoy the show for sure, so you can check it out here on iTunes or you can go straight to the LibSyn source and get it from there.