Guest Bios

HOSTS

ArnoldMikeMike Gillis is a podcaster, an aspiring professional geek, former political roustabout, and comic book fanatic. With Casey Doran, he co-hosts and produces the Radio vs. the Martians! podcast. He also used to co-host the Mike and Pól Save the Universe! comic book podcast, and is a co-creator of the Ask an Atheist radio show.

His favorite Schwarzenegger movie is Commando.

 

 

 


ArnoldCaseyCasey Doran is an aspiring Harry Selden, a psycho-historian planning for the future of the Empire. Along with Mike Gillis, he co-hosts and produces the Radio vs. the Martians! podcast. When not cramming for a discussion panel, he works as an IT pistolero for his day job, chips away at a speculative fiction novel and is teaching his infant son percussion with rhythmic spankings.

His favorite Schwarzenegger movie is Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

 

 


GUESTS

ArnoldGregGreg Hatcher is a writer, teacher, and occasional commercial artist. Currently, he writes a weekly pop culture and comics column for the Atomic Junk Shop. He also writes “new pulp” adventure stories for Airship 27. He also teaches a comics and writing program in Seattle middle schools for the last couple of decades.

His favorite Schwarzenegger movie is the Running Man.

 

 

Episodes featuring Greg Hatcher


 

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Rebecca Friedman is the assistant producer for the Ask An Atheist radio show and coordinates kids’ science and philosophy programming for Camp Quest Northwest. She lives with Sam Mulvey and their two enormous cats. También es maestra de español.

Her favorite Schwarzenegger movie is Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

 

 

Episodes featuring Rebecca Friedman


 

13115440_10209257597535428_1241846540_nSam Mulvey is the host and producer for the Ask an Atheist radio show, and the President of Humanists of Washington. In addition to atheism and humanism, Sam has spoken about open source software and community media. In the Star Trek or Star Wars dichotomy, Sam chose Babylon 5. He is a collector of vinegar varieties, vintage computers, antique radios, and propaganda.

His favorite Schwarzenegger movie is Total Recall.

 

Episodes featuring Sam Mulvey


 

13140945_10209257902143043_1882062271_nJeremy Whitman is a stand-up comedian, podcaster, Tinder enthusiast, amateur T-shirt designer, and your general authoritarian West Coast malcontent. Additionally, he is co-host of the Rated80s movie podcast.

His favorite Schwarzenegger movie is Predator.

 

 

 

Episodes featuring Jeremy Whitman


 

Sean Duncan is the unicorn who watches movies for the first time. When the world needs his superpower, he boldly gallops into the studio to provide unspoiled observations. In his human form, he creates dance music, writes raps, and makes sound design tutorials.

His favorite Schwarzenegger movie is Little Tortilla Boy.

 

 

Episodes featuring Sean Duncan


Joe “Kuma” Preti was born with the brain of an evil genius and the heart of Fozzie the Bear. Legend has it that he is a co-founder and host of the podcast View from the Gutters. He is a sucker for comic books, good beer, and food of almost any sort. There is also a persistent, but unverified, rumor that he is a bear that has learned the ways of man.

His favorite Schwarzenegger movie is Commando.

 

 

Episodes featuring Joe “Kuma” Preti


Kit DeForge is an artist and library worker by default, a geek and aggressive chin-scratcher by necessity. She vacillates wildly between striving to combat ignorance with self-perceptive acuity while attempting to spur efforts that encourage creativity and, most troubling, acerbic judgment of her surroundings, culminating in general existential malaise. She is in a commited relationship with a medical skeleton named Ezekiel and doesn’t need your judgment.

Her favorite Schwarzenegger movie is Predator.

 

Episodes featuring Kit DeForge


Todd Maxfield-Matsumoto is a member of the 501st Legion, an expert on Sea-Monkeys, and a proud father of three Jawas. He used to tour with the band Joker’s Poem but now enjoys covering music from Disneyland rides exclusively. He once wrestled a reindeer. It was a draw.

His favorite Schwarzenegger film is Conan the Barbarian

 

 

Episodes featuring Todd Maxfield-Matsumoto


Matt Goodman is a lifelong creative, produced screenwriter and film production maven (Titanic, Shrek, Star Wars: Episode One, Gladiator, Master & Commander) whose latest endeavor is co-producing the world’s first science-fiction one-act drama festival, Sci-Fest 2015, as well as developing film and television properties in the shadow of the Chateau Marmont.

His favorite Schwarzenegger film is Conan the Barbarian

 

Episodes featuring Matt Goodman


Dave Brouillette is the co-creator and co-host of the podcast Hands Free Football with his wife Carol. He was also once upon a time head writer for the Ask an Atheist radio show, and even spent some time writing a blog that you can still read at The Atheist Soundingboard.

His favorite Schwarzenegger film is Total Recall

 

Episodes featuring Dave Brouillette

 


Patrick Johnson is a vagrant we found wandering along the side of the road. He geeks out for Charlie Kaufman, George Lakoff, research on priming effects, artful indie games, NES nostalgia, and Campbellian examination of the psycho-mythic function of science fiction/fantasy.

His favorite Schwarzenegger film is Total Recall

 

 

Episodes featuring Patrick Johnson


Roz Townsend is an aspiring screenwriter, actor, comedian, human, sanitation engineer and small dog. She doesn’t know how to read, but makes fairly accurate guesses at what words are. She can be found at home, looking for excuses to sputter and fume at the internet.

Her favorite Schwarzenegger film is Last Action Hero.

 

 

Episodes featuring Roz Townsend