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A Conversation with Hall Of Fame Podcaster Danny Pena.

This is my conversation with Danny Pena.    Hall of Fame podcaster(inducted in 2015).   He(alongside Paris Lilly)are the hosts of Gamertagradio.    A long running podcast covering the video game industry.      This was a bucket list conversation.   In this episode I pick his brain on podcasting.    We dig into his past, current life situation and where he wants to head next.   There's also loads of current video game talk. YouTube Version LINKS Gamertagradio podcast   Dave Jackson's School Of Podcasting   Kiaun's Analog Circle podcast   Thoughts? Comments? Do so below. Or Email me at   Social Media -Instagram: Rate, like, leave a review! I will shout you out for sure! If you've enjoyed this, please support this podcast by doing any, all your shoppi

Doctor Sleep and Terminator Dark Fate. SPOILER REVIEWS

PODCAST/AUDIO VERSION: Check out this episode! On this episode I review both Doctor Sleep and Terminator: Dark Fate.    Jason G. does chime in with his thoughts on Doctor Sleep.   Are this films any good?    Find out here in our spoiler reviews. Thoughts?   Comments?   Do so below. YouTube Version Find the written version of Terminator Dark Fate here. Doctor Sleep SPOILER REVIEW and Thoughts Late 2018, director Mike Flanagan produced Haunting of Hill House on Netflix.   Very enjoyable, Doctor Sleep was his follow up.   After watching this movie, I couldn't help but sense that this seemed better suited for streaming.  The vibe and cinematography of Hill House were felt all over Doctor Sleep.  Except this production was a lot bloodier. What I didn't like: Not very scary.   Also, was Abra overpowered?    In the first, and halfway through the second act, Rose the Hat and her crew felt like a threat.  The scene when Bradley(Jacob Tremblay)is

Terminator: Dark Fate REVIEW-SPOILERS

Terminator: Dark Fate is an intense action thriller.   But if you've seen one Terminator movie you've seen them all.   The outliers in this franchise being the first Terminator film having a horror vibe and Terminator Salvation, which reverses the roles(for a time)between the machine(played by Sam Worthington)and the human resistance(led by John Connor).  Dark Fate includes ideas from past films.   Such as:  -Rev-9(the main antagonist)having a liquid form, and the ability to make spears from his body.      -Grace(played by Mackenzie Davis)is an augmented human; I felt was inspired by the human-Terminator combo from Salvation.     -Arnold being the sympathetic figure coming to the aid of the resistance.    -Strong female roles played by Linda Hamilton and actress Natalia Reyes. Sarah Connor does elevate the film.   The character's portrayal(I feel)is appropriate to how she'd react living through the experiences of the first two films as Dark Fate takes

My Interview of dancer, choreographer Bling Evo.

LISTEN TO THE PODCAST HERE. Bling Evo is a dancer, choreographer, lecturer I've known for some time.    A person who has always treated me warmly and with respect. In this episode we delve into this remarkable dancer's past, present and future.   Also his current DH Evolution 876 course, which is much more than another dance class. You can find out more about DH Evolution 876 by emailing  or follow the Instagram account here   Find out more about Bling Evo himself(you can contact him here as well)on his Instagram account  

Pictures from Halloween NYC 2019

These are pictures I took in Union Square during the   Halloween parade(in NYC).   I love how willing people are to be photographed.   Thank you strangers!   I appreciate you all for posing for my camera.  

El Camino Spoiler Review + Artwork

Count me in as a fan of Breaking Bad.   I enjoyed the series immensely and was excited to revisit this world.   But what we get with the here, El Camino is fun but not necessary.    El Camino takes place right after the series finale.    It's great seeing all the cameos of returning characters such as Mike, Badger, Skinny, Jane, and Walter White.   The late Mr. Robert Forster as Ed, the fixer, and his interactions with Jesse were a standout for me.   Others were with Todd (played by Jesse Plemmons), who is weird and creepy in his unique way.    There were times I thought he was going to rape Jesse.    The main antagonist Neil, played by Scott Macarthur, is great at being a dick.    I first saw him in HBO's Righteous Gemstones, where he was an entertaining villain. Aaron Paul, as Mr. Pinkman, does a great job here relaying the trauma he's dealt with over the last five seasons of the show.   Having lost multiple girlfriends, his abduction and being held prisoner breaks h