TG Geeks Webcast Episode 369
The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️🌈 have a chat with Colin MacDonald of OnStream Productions. Colin just released a new short, Stitches. We ran a press release last week about it and you can watch it there. Colin tells us how he got into film making and the body horror genre as well as a few detours we take down out interview path. Have a listen and we hope you enjoy this as much as we did.
About Colin MacDonald
Colin MacDonald is an award-winning filmmaker who has been honing his creative talents in the screen industry for over ten years. His dreams of becoming a filmmaker started at an early age when films like Night of the Living Dead, Robocop, and Jaws captured his imagination.
Colin has written and directed over a dozen short films and music videos including the award-winning projects Hangnail (2020), Presents (2019), and Presence (2013).
Colin’s most recent film Stitches premiered on DailyDead.com and was described as “Cronenbergian levels of squishy, squirmy body horror”
Colin is currently is in development on his next short film Hunters’ Orange and his first micro-budget feature film.
A bloody incident, a disturbing homecoming – Nicole will stop at nothing to hold it all together…
Stitches is the latest short horror film from the team behind the viral sensation Hangnail.
Featuring a brand new original score by the award-winning composer Jerry Smith
Produced by: Colin MacDonald & Nicole Barron
Written|Shot|Edited|Directed by: Colin MacDonald
Original musical score by: Jerry Smith
Special Effects by: Nicole Barron
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Alex Divincenzo & Broke Horror Fan
In our second segment, we chat about The Adam Project from Shawn Levy and starring Ryan Reynolds (Spoiler Free). We also highlight recent articles posted to tggeeks.com in the past week. As always we have our birthdays and we have the ever-popular feedback segment.
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Show Notes / Links:
- TG Geeks Episode 365
- TG Geeks Episode 368
- DaVette “Sees” Movies | Death on the Nile – It Stays Afloat, But Barely
- Arizona Opera Announces its 2022/23 Season
- Body Horror Short STITCHES Will Make You Unravel at the Seams
- All The Old Knives in Theaters and Globally on Amazon Prime April 8th
- Disney+ Announces Live-Action Pinocchio for September
- Nerdy Chupacabras #090
- Andrea’s Angle | Compartment No. 6 – Beautiful Connections
- Hamish Downie’s Five Questions With Anthony Aguiar
We want to bring attention to a Public Service Announcement from the 90’s featuring Dr. Culber (Wilson Cruz) of Star Trek: Discovery
Beat the Bash – PSA from Mike Costanza on Vimeo.
This ’90s PSA (GLAAD, La Pietra Foundation, MTV) brings awareness to gay bashing.
Starring Wilson Cruz, Meredith Scott Lynn, and Joseph Reitman. Writer/Director: Mike Costanza.
Director of Photography: Brad Rushing. Producer: Cara Coslow.
- The Arkle Times Post Dispatch News – Brian, the &-list YouTuberon Twitter @G33kOfAllTrades — Be sure to take a look at Arkle’s other venture: Arkle Studios presents Shameless Cash Grab
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