First, some cool news: Synesthesia Theatre was selected as a finalist in the Best New Podcasting Team category for the 2017 Parsec Awards. The Parsecs are juried awards that celebrate speculative fiction in podcasting — everything from fan shows to Continue reading The Parsec Awards, and where we’ve been
700+ nominations have been tabulated, and voting is now open for the 2016 Audio Verse Awards. We are incredibly pleased that our hard-working cast and crew have gotten this recognition. And we would love your support in seeing us through Continue reading Voting is Now Open for the 2016 Audio Verse Awards!
So we have some good news and some bad news. The good news is that we’ll be releasing Iron Horses Can’t Be Broken’s gag reel as an exclusive for our Patreon supporters. This is a half-hour of chatter, flubbed lines, Continue reading Gag Reel and Hiatus News
The Judas Run is an intriguing short thriller by Chicago filmmaker (and Burning Brigid pal) Eric Neal. With elements of sci fi and a deep mystery underlying the story, the film pulls you in and leaves you wanting more. Small-time Continue reading What to Watch: The Judas Run
We’ve got just over a week left on our Kickstarter, and now is the time we enter the final big push. We’re still a long way from our goal, but it ain’t over til it’s over. Many people wait til Continue reading Sleep Study Kickstarter: Final Push
As our Kickstarter enters its second week, I’d like to take a moment to thank everyone who have backed us so far. Thank you for believing in us, for digging our story, for wanting to make the world a better Continue reading Kickstarter Week 2
Things got busy over the holidays, and not just holiday stuff. We have squared away the boring legal and banking stuff. We’ve pushed through red tape and administrivia. And now we’re less than a week from the launch of our Continue reading Sleep Study pre-production continues
We have completed taping for both the Alcohollywood and Toxic Bag podcasts. We had an absolute blast with both of them. For Alcohollywood we watched and critiqued the 1995 film Copycat starring Sigourney Weaver and Holly Hunter. The film had Continue reading People are talking…