Experimentally ILL Radio 106 with Michael O’Toole 11/28/2020: Guests: LA Indie Filmmaker Lawrence Hollie, Allston, MA Artist/Writer D.L. Polonsky & Newburyport, MA Musician Raleigh Stein via phone.
Ring in the new year by thrilling to the unceremonious return of our illustrious long-running #ExperimentallyILL #podcast. Enjoy consuming this lowfi recording of Experimentally ILL Radio 106 with your cackling host @MichaelPOToole, captured on 11/28/2020. This edition features regular guests the hilarious and insightful pop culture aficionado LA Indie Filmmaker @LawrenceHollie73 & quirky pun master and political satirist Allston, MA Artist/Writer @D.L.Polonsky via the magic of telephone. Post-Thanksgiving weekend, our heroes reflect on past Turkey Days together (like at #DennysDiner in #california seen here), indie film and radio show production and more, including the state of the movie industry and life at large amidst a global pandemic. Lawrence gets into a Curb Your Enthusiasm-like conflict regarding using his single dumbbell with beach security. D.L. talks Trump, his political art and movie career. Anti-internet Newburyport musician Raleigh Stein calls in and commiserates with him about life in “the digital prison.”
Experimentally ILL Radio 103 with @MikeOToole Air Date: 5/17/2018 Guest: Actor/Producer/Director Eric R. Eastman talks acting in John Hartman’s Ghost Bridge, debuting as director of the award-winning romantic-comedy Spin The Plate, its themes of overcoming sexual abuse, appearing in Reel Groovy Films’ Quest For The Indie Tube, Brina’s Transexuals From Space, Richard Griffin’s Atomic Brain Invasion, shooting the El Terrifico grind house trailer at presidential candidate Vermin Supreme’s place, experimenting with cross-dressing as “Erica” and more – recorded at the historic Somerville Theatre!
Experimentally ILL Radio 98 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 6/23/2016 Guest: Spoken Word Poet/Musician/Actor and expert comic book fan Joseph James Bellamy via phone talks how he got hooked on comics as a child, comic book and geek culture becoming pop culture, current technology based off Star Trek premises, Marvel and DC comics history, his superhero-themes tattoos, superhero film and TV properties like Batman V Superman, Teen Titans, Fantastic 4 and the Johnny Storm “race swapping” controversy and how he hooked up with a bunch of aliens, The Flash, the Blade films helping kicking off the superhero film boom, Martian Manhunter VS Cyborg and the Justice League movie, Wonder Wonder and the lasso of truth’s BDSM origins, Jurassic Park and dinosaurs, killer whales, his distaste for cats and love of sharks, his own acting pursuits, how to approach differences in opinion and more!