Saturday, July 18, 2009

Anomaly Of LOTR Fellowship Of The Ring

A new episode is up in the Anomaly feed: "Anomaly Of Lord Of The Rings, Fellowship Of the Ring". We had some technical difficulties with my microphone that day, but we decided in the end not to rerecord because we could never duplicate the conversation.

Angela and I talked about the story, symbolism, cinematography, who our favorite characters are in FOTR and... who we think is the 'hottest'. It's a snack that we plan to turn into a full meal in a later episode.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it. Please rate us on iTunes, if you haven't already.

The next miniskirt cast will be an interview with Dany Pepin, the former co-host of Star Wars En Direct and writer/director/producer of the upcoming Star Wars audio drama: "Star Wars In The Shadows." We will play a scene from the first part and talk about the Expanded Universe, the work that goes into producing a fan-made audio drama and the project itself.

Our friend "Meds:, from Waffle On, and I both have roles in this drama. I'm playing the part of "Guri" and Meds is playing the role of an imperial officer and an interrogator and does a mighty fine job if I do say so myself. It was so much fun and we're both very proud to be apart of it. Listen to Waffle On to hear another scene from the drama.

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Rogue Slayer Law Student said...

Does steaming the podcast help it retain vitamins?

Rogue Slayer Law Student said...

Great podcast episode! I cracked up while sitting at a light en route to work when you classified Samwise as a total Gryffindor. You've inspired me to reread the books after many years away. I think my first reading was around 1973, in third or fourth grade, but many more return visits followed. I'm pleased to report that I was able to locate them on the bookshelves right behind my desk, just to the left the Star Trek books and just above my law books.

Acting out LOTR became a favorite summer activity for my friends and I, until the summer after 7th grade, when Star Wars was released. Our geekiness has deep roots.