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Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio and friends gather together to discuss the entertainment community, connect with other creatives, and shoot it out over Hollywood, films, television, video games, music, and the arts.

Latest Episodes

014 - End Result

Host: Philip G. Bloom Phil welcomes filmmakers Heath Vinyard and James Callahan to talk about creating a web series. They talk about the process of creating their latest series, "End Result", currently airing on Koldcast.tv. Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:40:16

40 MIN2010 DEC 16
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014 - End Result

013 - Influential Films

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio Phil and Mark take a stroll down memory lane as they look back at a few films that were instrumental in forming their creative minds today. Which of Michael Bay's films are in there? Which summer blockbuster is in there? And which film many probably haven't seen? Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:53:37

53 MIN2010 APR 19
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013 - Influential Films

012 - Theater For Sale

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio, Courtney Howard What is wrong with movie theaters today? Why are more and more people staying home? Listen in on Phil, Mark and Courtney as they agree to disagree on what is wrong (or isn't) with the local megaplex in today's market. No animals were harmed in the making of this podcast. Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 01:33:38

93 MIN2010 APR 12
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012 - Theater For Sale

011 - Clash of the iPad

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom and Mark Del Rio Clash of the Titans too similar to Avatar? What were they thinking? More 3D coming our way, and the TV's that love it! What will this mean for the future of show's that people currently love and enjoy in 2D? And the iPad is here. What do we think? Media Picks of the Week Running Time: 00:37:25

37 MIN2010 APR 5
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011 - Clash of the iPad

010 - Not Gaga for Gaga

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio, Courtney Howard It's clear why Genesis or the Stooges got into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but why Jimmy Cliff and Abba? Is Michael Jackson still relevant? Why did Sony pony up $250 Million for his legacy? Does Lady Gaga have the aptitude for success? Will her star soon go the way of Jesus Jones, or will she have the stardom of David Bowie? Media Picks of the Week Running Time: 00:45:19

45 MIN2010 MAR 22
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010 - Not Gaga for Gaga

009 - DRM Must RIP

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio There's no place like "Playstation Home", and thank goodness. Phil and Mark discuss the wreck that is part of the PS3 experience, as well as the upcoming PS3 Move. Will it fail or succeed? Have the music genre games over-saturated the market? What can the industry do to save the genre? How have Achievements/Trophies affected gameplay? And why should Assassin's Creed 2 for the PC RIP? Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:59:48

59 MIN2010 MAR 15
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009 - DRM Must RIP

008 - And the Winner Is

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio, Courtney Howard The Academy Awards finished moments ago, and Phil, Mark, and Courtney discuss the winners, the losers, and the Kanye West moment! Who hated Blind Side? And who thought it deserved Best Picture? Why was Terry Gilliam robbed this year? And why Transformers 2 should have won more Oscars than it did? Running Time: 01:24:36

84 MIN2010 MAR 9
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008 - And the Winner Is

007 - Countdown to the Oscars

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio Why won't Avatar win Best Picture at the Oscars? Or why will it sweep every category, forcing the Messenger to notify the Precious Crazy Hearts to look Up in the Air after the Blind Side and count to Nine as a way to deal with the Hurt (Locker) (OK, we had to stretch a little bit there!). Why is the producer of Hurt Locker in a world of hurt from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. And how you can watch the nominated live action and animated shorts! Predict the Oscars contest and Amazon Gift Certificate prize. Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:22:32

22 MIN2010 MAR 1
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007 - Countdown to the Oscars

006 - Pixar Does it Right

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio, Nathan Smythe What do Joel Silver, Gilmore Girls, and Mel Blanc all have in common? Join Phil and Mark as they welcome Nathan Smythe into Creative Saloon where they talk about getting a SAG card, doing VO for the Wii, and why Casey Kasem is perhaps the greatest actor every known! And for good measure, a little bit of Anime talk is thrown in. Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:52:01

52 MIN2010 FEB 22
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006 - Pixar Does it Right

005 - Xbox Live or Let Die

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio What does it mean for Microsoft to kill Xbox Live on Gen1 games? What could this potentially mean for online only games, such as Left4Dead? Is the current trend of motion control gaming a passing fad? Or will it redefine the way we think about and play our games? And why should Watchmen be on the Academy Awards nominations list? Or Transformers 2 for that matter? Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:44:08

44 MIN2010 FEB 15
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005 - Xbox Live or Let Die

Latest Episodes

014 - End Result

Host: Philip G. Bloom Phil welcomes filmmakers Heath Vinyard and James Callahan to talk about creating a web series. They talk about the process of creating their latest series, "End Result", currently airing on Koldcast.tv. Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:40:16

40 MIN2010 DEC 16
Comments
014 - End Result

013 - Influential Films

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio Phil and Mark take a stroll down memory lane as they look back at a few films that were instrumental in forming their creative minds today. Which of Michael Bay's films are in there? Which summer blockbuster is in there? And which film many probably haven't seen? Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:53:37

53 MIN2010 APR 19
Comments
013 - Influential Films

012 - Theater For Sale

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio, Courtney Howard What is wrong with movie theaters today? Why are more and more people staying home? Listen in on Phil, Mark and Courtney as they agree to disagree on what is wrong (or isn't) with the local megaplex in today's market. No animals were harmed in the making of this podcast. Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 01:33:38

93 MIN2010 APR 12
Comments
012 - Theater For Sale

011 - Clash of the iPad

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom and Mark Del Rio Clash of the Titans too similar to Avatar? What were they thinking? More 3D coming our way, and the TV's that love it! What will this mean for the future of show's that people currently love and enjoy in 2D? And the iPad is here. What do we think? Media Picks of the Week Running Time: 00:37:25

37 MIN2010 APR 5
Comments
011 - Clash of the iPad

010 - Not Gaga for Gaga

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio, Courtney Howard It's clear why Genesis or the Stooges got into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but why Jimmy Cliff and Abba? Is Michael Jackson still relevant? Why did Sony pony up $250 Million for his legacy? Does Lady Gaga have the aptitude for success? Will her star soon go the way of Jesus Jones, or will she have the stardom of David Bowie? Media Picks of the Week Running Time: 00:45:19

45 MIN2010 MAR 22
Comments
010 - Not Gaga for Gaga

009 - DRM Must RIP

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio There's no place like "Playstation Home", and thank goodness. Phil and Mark discuss the wreck that is part of the PS3 experience, as well as the upcoming PS3 Move. Will it fail or succeed? Have the music genre games over-saturated the market? What can the industry do to save the genre? How have Achievements/Trophies affected gameplay? And why should Assassin's Creed 2 for the PC RIP? Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:59:48

59 MIN2010 MAR 15
Comments
009 - DRM Must RIP

008 - And the Winner Is

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio, Courtney Howard The Academy Awards finished moments ago, and Phil, Mark, and Courtney discuss the winners, the losers, and the Kanye West moment! Who hated Blind Side? And who thought it deserved Best Picture? Why was Terry Gilliam robbed this year? And why Transformers 2 should have won more Oscars than it did? Running Time: 01:24:36

84 MIN2010 MAR 9
Comments
008 - And the Winner Is

007 - Countdown to the Oscars

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio Why won't Avatar win Best Picture at the Oscars? Or why will it sweep every category, forcing the Messenger to notify the Precious Crazy Hearts to look Up in the Air after the Blind Side and count to Nine as a way to deal with the Hurt (Locker) (OK, we had to stretch a little bit there!). Why is the producer of Hurt Locker in a world of hurt from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. And how you can watch the nominated live action and animated shorts! Predict the Oscars contest and Amazon Gift Certificate prize. Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:22:32

22 MIN2010 MAR 1
Comments
007 - Countdown to the Oscars

006 - Pixar Does it Right

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio, Nathan Smythe What do Joel Silver, Gilmore Girls, and Mel Blanc all have in common? Join Phil and Mark as they welcome Nathan Smythe into Creative Saloon where they talk about getting a SAG card, doing VO for the Wii, and why Casey Kasem is perhaps the greatest actor every known! And for good measure, a little bit of Anime talk is thrown in. Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:52:01

52 MIN2010 FEB 22
Comments
006 - Pixar Does it Right

005 - Xbox Live or Let Die

Hosts: Philip G. Bloom, Mark Del Rio What does it mean for Microsoft to kill Xbox Live on Gen1 games? What could this potentially mean for online only games, such as Left4Dead? Is the current trend of motion control gaming a passing fad? Or will it redefine the way we think about and play our games? And why should Watchmen be on the Academy Awards nominations list? Or Transformers 2 for that matter? Media Picks of the Week. Running Time: 00:44:08

44 MIN2010 FEB 15
Comments
005 - Xbox Live or Let Die