Casey Ryan’s move to The MIXX Talk Radio Network was a surprise to him. He was headhunted by the team at the “Live From the Morgue” podcast to make the move. Casey has accomplished a lot of crossover work with “The Morgue”, and when Mixx owner, Jack Stiefel, said he was looking to add shows to the stable, Casey was recommended. Casey Ryan sent Jack a couple of show samples and now Casey has a new home for his Cutting Room Floor podcast. He’s been swamped with details in regards to moving the show, but he is keeping up with all of his obligations. In regards to the move to The MIXX Talk Radio Network, Casey says, “I’s a great opportunity and I think it’ll be fun to see how things evolve from here.”
Cutting Room Floor is now running for an hour on Sundays only. In making this change Casey will be able to have 2 guests on – each for 30 minutes airtime. He will also be playing a song between interviews. Casey exclaims, “This opens up a lot of opportunities to promote indie music with tangible airplay.”
BONUS– Casey also has a new theme song that was composed for him by Michael Cardillo, @MichaelAudio on Twitter.
Here is how you can continue to follow and listen to Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor:
– Recordings will still be posted on Talkshoe for now but, Casey is looking at tweaking his blog and getting set-up on iTunes.
March 30, 2Pm EST
Simon Horrocks – Director – Third Contact
March 9, 2PM EST:Listen here->
Keith Blondin – creator of Vudog
“The Never Give Up Video brings real life and animation together making 2 different worlds unite. We are taken from troubled thoughts of being knocked down in life to an awakening of the positive with Vudog as the guide. We find good in abundance when we truly open ourselves to it.”
The first show of Casey Ryan’s to air on The MIXX Talk – Scarlett Flame & Cassidy McMillan:
Scarlett Flame – “Bound for Passion: Erotic Love Stories” You can read more about Scarlett on Cutting Room Floor Podcast Blogspot where Casey ran a feature on her anthology.
Cassidy McMillian and the Highly Anticipated Documentary Film “BULLIES AND FRIENDS”
Directed/Produced by award-winning Filmmaker/Bullying Expert Cassidy McMillan, tells the powerful true story of a fourteen-year-old girl, who after being bullied and threatened with death by three girls at her school, hung herself in her bedroom, with her dog’s leash. In her suicide note, she named the girls.
The incident fueled a groundbreaking investigation that led to the precedent setting court case, where for the first time in North America, teens were made to stand trial for bullying. “BULLIES AND FRIENDS” not only tells this powerful story but is the first of its kind to offer solutions to bullying, girl bullying.
Friday, March 7, 10PM:
Triple feature on the old “Talkshoe” format:
Part 1: Hound Comics: Keith Foo and Kevin Enhart (Kevin dialed in from his home close to Paris, France)
Part 2: Writer/director Erin Dalian –
“Shadows of Death” is a supernatural thriller by D.A.S.H. Entertainment, LLC. We are currently filming in the suburbs of Chicago, IL, under the direction of Erin Dalian.
Logline: When an intruder begins killing off his friends at a dinner party, a man works with his estranged mother to save his wife
Part 3: Filmmaker Mark Netter: Nightmare Code
March 16, 2PM EST
Rose will be talking about her two latest projects – Dead Metaphors (currently crowdfunding) and The Wing Man (which recently had a premiere at a con in Sacramento). Pieces People Productions
Pieces People Productions is a production company founded by Rose Mendonca and Laura Benson in 2013 with the goal to see stories reach their fullest and greatest potential through independent film.
As a production company, we
RESPECT the WRITING
PROTECT the DIRECTOR’S CREATIVE VISION
HIRE the BEST TALENT
HIRE the BEST CREW
TAKE CARE of BUSINESS
Nicholas Arnold: Williams Lullaby — Filmmaker
About Williams Lullaby:
Sometimes our worst nightmare is our own reality
While battling his unforgiving childhood and an increasingly rampant paranoid depression, Thomas Splinter, a middle-aged, broke, and newly single father, struggles to raise his spirited but troubled five-year-old son.
A project five years in the works, starring Richard Roy Sutton and Toby Bisson and directed by Toronto based filmmaker Nicholas Arnold, William’s Lullaby is a creative and unflinching look at grief and the effects of long-term depression on children and adults alike.
William’s Lullaby went into pre-production with a three-year-old script in January, 2011. Casting occurred over April and May of the same year. Production began on August 13th and lasted until August 29th, ’11. Shooting locations included Kingston and Amherstview in Ontario, Canada. In September, 2011 the film began two years of post-production with director, Nicholas Arnold, sound designer, Mike Whissell and composer, Paul Barton. A locked film was reached on May 24th, 2013. William’s Lullaby is due for release in the 2013/2014 festival circuit.
March 23, 2PM EST
– Producer — Larry Fleming is a producer, known for I Thought You Were a Nice Man (2014), Live Life Dearest (2014) and Masked (2013).
– Filmmaker — They will be talking about a documentary he’s working on about legendary filmmaker John G. Avildsen.
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