Ep. #159 – Feat. Frankie Bradley-Lestrange

On today’s episode, Matt welcomes podcaster, writer, musician, and close friend, Frankie Bradley-Lestrange! Together, they talk about her brand new limited-run podcast, Certain Point of Yule, which is a seasonal Christmas podcast on CertainPOV.com. They chat about why the Mass Effect franchise means so much to them and Frankie’s love of Tamora Pierce. Later, they take solace in certain comfort tv, games, and movies, and Frankie shares the origins of all her log running podcasts (Reignite, The Rob Thomas (No, Not That One) Robcast and Circle Of Friendship.)

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Ep. #157 – Feat. Matty Limerick

On this week’s show, Matt welcomes costume designer, stage director, teacher, podcaster, and big time Disney nerd, Matty Limerick! They chat about the origins and upcoming changes to Matty’s podcast Dolewhip and Dreams. They also discuss his early life and love of theater, as well as upcoming projects and where his obsession with Disney began.

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Ep. #155 – Feat. Evan Ross Katz

This week, Matt welcomes podcaster and writer Evan Ross Katz to the program! This interview – among other things – also celebrates Matt joining Evan as the new producer of his podcast, Shut Up Evan (And yes, the first two episodes of the season are available wherever you get your podcasts.) Matt chats with Evan about the origins of Evan’s podcast, his early writing career and love of fashion, his passion for reality TV, and his recent deep dive into the Survivor TV series. They make plenty of time to cover his deep and limitless love of Sarah Michelle Gellar as well.

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Ep. #149 – Feat. Kathleen Choe

On this week’s episode, Matt is joined by actor, editor, writer, and all around creative force of nature, Kathleen Choe! Kathleen talks with Matt about her origins in film editing and acting, her recurring roleon the Netflix series Maniac, as well as her appearances on Show Me a Hero, Quantico, Younger, Broad City, Mysteries of Laura, Forever, and Delivery Man. They also chat about staying motivated in a time of quarantine and the importance of having a multitude of diverse skills in the current creative landscape.

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Ep. #126 – Feat. Sage Young

This episode Matt welcomes Bustle’s Movies Editor, co-creator of HeadOverFeels.com and dear friend, Sage Young! The two chat about a variety of different nerdy things including: Doctor Who, pop music, movies, and TV. The two also chat about what goes into being the Movies Editor at Bustle and what it’s like working within the modern interview circuit. They also discuss Sage’s website, her co-creator Kim Rogers and the way the site has grown over the years.

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Ep. #123 – Feat. Angélique Roché

In this episode Matt chats with the incredible Angélique Roché. Angélique is a host, attorney, content creator, and writer focused on the intersections of activism, policy, politics, current events, and nerd culture. The two chat about Angélique’s podcasts and the creative processes behind them. She also talk about how she got started as a content creator and writer. Finally, Matt and Angélique geek out about a great many things including comics, novels, TV, movies and video games.

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Ep. #121 – Feat. Ophidian

OH YEAH! This week Matt welcomes professional wrestler, Ophidian The Cobra, to the podcast! To start, the two reminisce about wrestling days of old and chat about how Ophidian got his start in the ring. They chat about Closet Champion, a wrestling costuming business, run by him and Kate Nyx. They also dive into the similarities between burlesque and wrestling, and why shows like Tasselmania and GLOB (Gorgeous Ladies of Burlesque) are matches made in heaven. Finally, Matt learns about what it’s like for Ophidian to teach wrestling and what he’s learned along the way.

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Ep. #111 – Stormageddon’s 2018 Year In Review

This week on Autographs, Matt goes in depth on…his own life! This highlights episode kicks off with with a deep dive into Matt’s favorite art, media and performances from 2018. Then Matt shares some landmark moments of the year, from new projects to special events. Finally, he closes out the show with a few very special Thank Yous. We hope you enjoy this new annual tradition, and remember: Music is life, and life is good!

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