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Here’s Johnny! The Happy Console Gamer

Interviews, Showcase

July 2, 2013

If you would kindly indulge me, here is the story of how I met Johnny Millennium:

Around about three years ago, my brother, Brian Milne, was cast in an independent feature film. It was his first feature and I of course was very proud of him. The film was called Happy Console Gamer: The Movie. It was based on a video game review show of the same name. (more…)

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The Art of Riffing with The Gentlemen Hecklers

Interviews, Showcase

June 14, 2013

Any long time movie fan can tell you a story of how they’ve endured many of the less-than-stellar genre films that have graced late-night cable stations and the dusty hallows of the VHS-littered shelves of video rental stores. Often times, we survive by mocking the varying degrees of insanity gracing the screen, a concept that was brought to mainstream television audiences in the late eighties by Joel Hodgson and the cast and crew of Mystery Science Theatre 3000. Over ten seasons, they garnered a legendary cult status that persists to this day. (more…)

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Interview with an Author

Books & Writing, Interviews

January 7, 2013

Aaron Golden – co-founder of Living Myth Media, writer, dreamer, and lover of Mango.  I sat down to talk with him about his ideas on writing and discovered that writing is really just the tool he uses the most for his real passion.  Building narrative and crafting stories, these are the driving purposes that define him.  Aaron asserts that narrative is the framework we use to make sense of our existence; our lives are stories, he says, and we use archetypes of them as a template for our social roles, theological systems, even our values. He claims that these concepts are based on a kind of story we have create over the course of our lives.  When looking at stories from this perspective, they become far more than just entertainment; they become the seeds of creation. The transformative power in hearing a story is well-known and that is what drives Aaron to write, and while writing might be the word, in the beginning there was the storyteller.

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