This week, it’s a race to the stars for a group of ghostly rockers and a kid protecting his family!
Don’t miss this Friday’s episode of Geek Hard as Andrew and Mr. Green bring you another jam-packed show that’s fun for most! You’ll hear Andrew and Green’s interview with actor Alison Araya. Alison has been a guest star on many shows over the years. Arrow, Riverdale, Supernatural and Supergirl to name a few. She tells us about her latest project, Julie and The Phantoms, streaming on Netflix. She plays Aunt Victoria on this all ages comedy. Here’s a quick bio on Alison:
Through an impassioned love affair with acting and storytelling, Alison Araya’s artistic truth as a performer is driven by the power to listen, respect, and be in the present moment. With this mantra, she has applied inspiration, exploration, and international flavour to characters and stories, allowing her to transcend language and cultural boundaries and encourage honest emotions. As her raw performances and inventive storytelling abilities have her destined for a promising future, Alison Araya’s passion for her craft remains fluid and evolving, but equally steadfast and devoted. Up next, Alison can be seen in the Netflix original series “Julie and The Phantoms”, available now.
For more on Alison Araya, be sure to listen to our interview this Friday.
Also joining the guys live by phone is author J.W. Rinzler. His latest novel, All Up, came out this past summer. Combining actual and speculative history, All Up tells the story of the space race from World War II to the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. J.W. will be on to tell us more about the book, his time working for Lucasfilms, and MORE! Here’s a quick bio on Rinzler:
J.W. Rinzler has authored more than twenty books, three New York Times bestsellers and a London Times bestseller, including The Making of Star Wars, The Complete Making of Indiana Jones, and the #1 bestselling graphic novel The Star Wars. His books have been translated into seven languages, with more than 600,000 copies in print. A prolific writer who worked closely with George Lucas for 15 years, he was a creative executive at Lucasfilm. Rinzler also wrote and directed the animated short Riddle of the Black Cat, which was featured in several festivals, including the Montréal World Film Festival.
For more on All Up, don’t miss our interview with Rinzler this Friday!
We’ve also got a movie review coming your way. The new film, The Devil All The Time, hits Netflix this Wednesday! The film stars Tom Holland, Bill Skarsgard, Robert Pattinson, Sebastian Stan and more! It’s a story about a young man protecting his family in a postwar backwoods town teeming with corruption and brutality. It sports an ALL STAR cast. Will it be an all star film? Find out this Friday as Andrew and Green give their honest opinions.
All this, plus the gags and reviews that you’ve come to expect, right here on Geek Hard. Listen LIVE! This Friday at 7PM Eastern on the station that ain’t afraid of devils or phantoms, realityradio101.com. Strap in as we take a rocket to the stars!
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