Podcast: X-Files Reboot Review

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The X-files returns to FOX and we return to podcasting.  Josh and Scott review the first two episodes of the X-Files: My Struggle and Founder’s Mutation.  We talk plot, reboots and acting.  Spoiler alert, we discuss both episodes in full. Listen for an in-depth talk about the re-boot of one of the best drama’s from the 90’s.

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Fargo Podcast

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Josh and Scott welcome John Thorne, Editor of Wrapped In Plastic Magazine, to the Red Room Podcast. We discuss season 1 and 2 of the FX series Fargo. We talk about all the episodes so you are spoiler warned. We discuss the growth of the show from season 1 to season 2 and all the themes that are hidden in this show. This is not a retread of the movie at all, it is an entity to it’s own. Find all the answers to Fargo in this podcast. Listen below or head to iTunes to download. You can also check out our interview with John in 2013 all about Twin Peaks.

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105 Mulholland Dr. Podcast with Josh Eisenstadt

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David Lynch expert and director Josh Eisenstadt joins Scott for another in depth Lynch discussion.  This time we ride down the street of Mulholland Dr.  We cover the plot, the pilot and Josh’s time on set for filming.  Wait till you hear the theory of why Betty’s audition is so important in the film! Also, is the movie connected to Twin Peaks?  Don’t turn the blue key just yet, click play to listen or download it from iTunes.  Enjoy a great talk about the 2001 movie, Mulholland Dr. If you have not purchased this movie, please do so from the link below.

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Buy the Criterion Blu Ray edition that we discuss in this episode.

Listen to episode 98 which Josh Eisenstadt also appears on.

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Dana Delany Interview

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Scott interviews Emmy award winning actress Dana Delany about her new amazon series: Hand of God.  They also discuss the beginning of her career on Moonlighting.  Most of the time is spent dissecting the ground breaking series, China Beach.  Dana is so kind to break down the character of Colleen McMurphy in detail.  After the interview, Josh & Scott discuss the entire season of Hand Of God.  If you have not seen this series, you will be given a heads up on when to stop listening if you do not want any spoilers.

A special thank you is given to Dana Delany for being so kind to indulge the Red Room in really digging into her early career and for being so kind to let us spend a bit of time with her.  It really was a dream come true.  Now let’s all sing: Reflections of…the way life used to be….

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Listen to our Podcast with the creator of Moonlighting.

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Women in Sci-fi/Fantasy Podcast with Televixen

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Televixen, Mary Czerwinski, is a hard core Star Trek fan of Star Trek Voyager.  She has interviewed just about everyone from the Star Trek World for the Las Vegas convention and she joins the Red Room today to discuss women in Sci-Fi.  She recently held a panel discussing the relationships between females in Voyager.  We touch on all kinds of subjects and many different shows.  Please be sure to follow her on Twitter @televixen to keep up with all her Trek projects.

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Read Scott’s Blog on the top 10 episodes of Star Trek The Next Generation.

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102: Log Lady Podcast with Rob Lindley & Brad Dukes

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On September 28th, 2015 The Log Lady, Catherine E Coulson passed away.  I wanted to have a little discussion about this wonderful actress and person.  I have gathered two guests who have been able to spend some time with her.  Rob Lindley who runs the Twin Peaks Festival talks about the many appearances she had at the fest over the past 25 years.  Brad Dukes, Author of a Twin Peaks Book, talks about interviewing her for his book about the history of Twin Peaks.  It is a small tribute to a large personality that means a great deal to Twin Peaks fans.

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Read my Blog tribute to Catherine Coulson.

Check out our page that has all of our Twin Peaks Coverage.

 

If you would like to send your condolences to the family of Catherine Coulson please send cards or cards, but no flowers at this time to:

Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Catherine Coulson Memorial
15 South Pioneer Street
Ashland, Oregon, 97520
USA

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival will hold a memorial for Catherine later this month but no details are available at this time.

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Scott Pays Tribute to The Log Lady

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The Owls in the Road House were silenced on September 28th, 2015 when Catherine E Coulson was taken to the White Lodge.  The news hit Twin Peaks fans hard knowing how close she was to the heart of Twin Peaks.  We have come to accept that Don Davis, Jack Nance and Frank Silva will not be a part of the Season 3.  We had, in some cases, 20 years to prepare for it.  But not having the grace and calming of Catherine in Season 3 is just too awful to think about.

Instead I will focus on the moment I shared with her, just 2 months ago.  We were filling time before the dinner banquet at the 2015 Twin Peaks Festival this past summer.  We decided to take another look at the Falls and walk around the Salish Hotel.  My wife suggested that we take a look in the gift shop.  We walked in and there was this sweet Grand Dame browsing the Log Lady Merchandise.  It was Catherine herself.  I knew that I would have the chance to meet her at the panel in a few hours, but I couldn’t stop myself from approaching her.  I found an Owl in the gift shop and said, I heard these are not what they seem.  She smiled and said, they sure have a ton of stuff here.  I asked her for a picture and she said, of course.  As soon as we were done, she asked if she could see it.  She explained that she had just purchased the hat she was wearing and wondered how it looked.  I assured her it was adorable.  But this little moment was her.  She was just so open and honest.  I thanked her and started to walk away.

IMG_3116She followed me and asked if I would do her a favor.  Umm, yeah!  She asked if I would mind taking her picture while she held up one of the Logs they were selling to prove to her family that she had really done something.  I immediatly said, you are the Log Lady.  You don’t have to prove anything to anyone.  I took her picture and she sent it off to someone.

At the panel she read a quote from David Lynch.  It was her who would have that ability to pick up a phone and call David to tell him about the Fest.  She loved going and meeting the fans.  She was so open and made you feel at ease.  I am still working on my documentary of the fest and I am so glad that I will be able to share with everyone her words of wisdom and the enjoyment she had with the up coming season 3.  I am not going to change an edit with her passing because she was so alive at the fest, there is no reason to revisit it with her absence.

The thing about going to the Festival is that you are really able to see the actor’s as the people they are and start to separate them from the characters they played.  Of course, I will miss the Log Lady but her true soul was so much brighter and inspiring.  I will treasure my Wrapped In Plastic Magazine that she signed for me but what I will really remember is the moment in Salish where I got to spend a human moment with a soul that was full of humanity.  The Owls may not have been what they seem, but Catherine Coulson was.

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Listen to a podcast discussion about Catherine Coulson:

If you would like to send your condolences to the family of Catherine Coulson please send cards or cards, but no flowers at this time to:

Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Catherine Coulson Memorial
15 South Pioneer Street
Ashland, Oregon, 97520
USA

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival will hold a memorial for Catherine later this month but no details are available at this time.

Here is my Blog of pictures from the Fest.

A podcast interview with Josh Eisenstadt about The Fest.

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