Casanova Casting Couch is Back!

If you have been wondering where the cast of Casanova Casting Couch disappeared to, forget that thought and just be happy that Liz and Omaka are back! Starting Monday, January 20 (also known and MLK Day), the film-loving crew will invade the airwaves on Fishbowl Radio Network’s “Talk Bowl” from 9-11pm CST. But there are […]

Defending the Caveman

Paul Perroni, star of the one-man play ‘Defending the Caveman’ stopped by the FBRN studios to talk about life as a New York City actor and the battle of the sexes.

 

Step back in time with Kelly Kitchens

Kelly Kitchens is our local PR guru. Her latest party combines celebrating her wedding anniversary, old Hollywood, and helping the homeless.

Kelly called in Monday night to talk about the party and give us a little history lesson.

Everyone is invited to the event Sunday, October 23rd. Check out the invite for more information.

September means VideoFest!

Tonight we welcome Dallas VideoFest artistic director Bart Weiss to the FishbowlRadioNetwork.com studio in Arlington, TX.

We’ll also talk Emmys, Drive, gossip and more!

The fun starts at 9p.m. in the Talk Bowl. We’ll post the interview and pictures soon.

Remember 9/11, Pit Stop, and news

Liz and Omaka remember where they were on 9/11.

Liz plays an interview with ‘Ciao’ director Yen Tan and he talks about his new project ‘Pit Stop’.

Gossip/News includes J-Lo, a celebrity death, and movie updates.

Movie reviews include ‘Warrior’, ‘Contagion’, and ‘Drive’.

Want to know what’s going on around town this week? The ladies take you on the film bus. Hey, did you know Video Fest is almost here?

Interview with Todd Steinberg

Animator Todd Steinberg called in Monday night to talk about his series Don’t Tell My Wife I”m a Cult Leader. The pilot episode will be shown Saturday night at the Kessler in Oak Cliff. The event is FREE and everyone can go and say “hi” to Todd and the other talent like Matt Rox.

Films opening this week:

Apollo 18

Shark Night 3D

A Good Old Fashioned Orgy

The Debt

Don’t Tell My Wife I’m a Cult Leader

Our guest tonight is Todd Steinberg the creator of the animated series Don’t Tell My Wife I’m a Cult Leader. We’re pretty excited because we’ve never really had the chance to interview someone involved in animation.

We also review a few films- Conan the Barbarian, Fright Night, and My Idiot Brother.

But that’s not all–we’ll give you a sneak peek of what’s going on around town.

This is a jam-packed, juicy night so listen to Fishbowlradionetwork.com from 9-11. We’re in the “Talk” bowl!

 

Exclusive Taryn Manning interview at the HOB

Omaka Omegah interviewed actress Taryn Manning about her new film The Perfect Age of Rock ‘n’ Roll. This is the first interview we did at the House of Blues Dallas. The setup was perfect for the rock star interview.

Omaka asked Taryn about her co-stars, her music career,  Amy Winehouse and the 27 Club, and even the infamous braids she had to endure for her role in Hustle and Flow.

Omaka and Liz attended The Perfect Age of Rock ‘n’ Roll screening and will talk about the film on Monday’s show. But you can read Liz’s review now!

Cool interview update!

The Perfect Age of Rock ‘n’ Roll star Taryn Manning will be at the Angelika in Dallas Monday night. We will not broadcast a live show because your favorite host and co-host will attend the screening.

Don’t be sad. Next Monday we will broadcast our exclusive interview with the actress/songstress. In fact, if you haven’t heard already, Omaka and I will interview Taryn Tuesday at the House of Blues!

Don’t worry…you can get in on the fun too. Print out this invite and come to the Angelika to participate in the Q&A. But get there early because seating is limited!

‘Rainbows End’ – DIFF favorite comes back to Dallas

Rainbows End at DIFF 2011

We interviewed director Eric Hueber and writer Andy Cope about their indie film Rainbows End (which was a hit at the Dallas International Film Festival). Read Liz’s review!

Eric and Andy were charming as they talked about the big bus and their adventure and music that took them from Nacogdoches, Texas to California.

The Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff will show Rainbows End  Saturday evening at 5p.m. and Sunday at 5:30p.m. and will benefit the AIDS Interfaith Network.

Eric and Andy will be in attendance Saturday night and there will also be a special concert. These guys are fun so go out and meet them!