The Cast

Tech support guru by day, advice columnist and fiction author by night, Brad has long been a fan of film. Growing up, he spent much of his time watching movies recorded on VHS instead of playing outside. While most kids preferred to play Rambo, Brad preferred to watch it. His favorite films include the original 'Star Wars' trilogy, 'Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,' 'Superman' I and II, 'Gladiator,' and 'The Princess Bride.' Brad is also a fan of major 80's cheese like 'Footloose,' 'Top Gun,' and 'Spaceballs.' Though Brad typically enjoys fantasy and science-fiction, he embraces all film genres and always has an open mind...well, mostly.

Tech support guru by day, advice columnist and fiction author by night, Brad has long been a fan of film. Growing up, he spent much of his time watching movies recorded on VHS instead of playing outside. While most kids preferred to play Rambo, Brad preferred to watch it. His favorite films include the original 'Star Wars' trilogy, 'Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,' 'Superman' I and II, 'Gladiator,' and 'The Princess Bride.' Brad is also a fan of major 80's cheese like 'Footloose,' 'Top Gun,' and 'Spaceballs.' Though Brad typically enjoys fantasy and science-fiction, he embraces all film genres and always has an open mind...well, mostly.

Jim is a native New Englander who now lives in the desert southwest.  His profession is that of  a 9 to 5 engineering manager. But he loves to escape the mundane desk jockey world by entering the vast and varied film universe at every opportunity.  His love of movies stems back to his fond childhood memories of experiencing '2001: A Space Odyssey' and several Saturday matinees including 'Jungle Book', 'Mary Poppins' and 'Rumplestiltskin', all shown on those huge screens behind velvet curtains in bygone movie houses. He also was a child in the age of the 'drive-in double-feature' and pre-movie cartoons played at dusk and enjoyed while packed into the family car, wearing pajamas. The cineplex/IMAX movie environment may be different now, but Jim's passion for the movie experience remains. He appreciates films in all genres, especially those that manage to move him emotionally or take him by surprise. A few of Jim's all time favorites are: The Black Stallion, Star Wars: A New Hope, American Beauty, Donnie Darko and Blue Velvet.

Jim is a native New Englander who now lives in the desert southwest.  His profession is that of  a 9 to 5 engineering manager. But he loves to escape the mundane desk jockey world by entering the vast and varied film universe at every opportunity.  His love of movies stems back to his fond childhood memories of experiencing '2001: A Space Odyssey' and several Saturday matinees including 'Jungle Book', 'Mary Poppins' and 'Rumplestiltskin', all shown on those huge screens behind velvet curtains in bygone movie houses. He also was a child in the age of the 'drive-in double-feature' and pre-movie cartoons played at dusk and enjoyed while packed into the family car, wearing pajamas. The cineplex/IMAX movie environment may be different now, but Jim's passion for the movie experience remains. He appreciates films in all genres, especially those that manage to move him emotionally or take him by surprise. A few of Jim's all time favorites are: The Black Stallion, Star Wars: A New Hope, American Beauty, Donnie Darko and Blue Velvet.

A Texan through-and-through, Will is proud to make Austin his home.  By day, Will is a project manager for a web marketing and social media company, but by night, he lets his nerd flag fly!  From video games to roleplaying games to science fiction movies, Will embraces his dorky side at every chance he gets.  You can read about Will’s nerdy interests on his blog, The Lindus List. As a teenager, Will used community theater to help shake his social shyness, and while he doesn’t get a chance to flex his acting muscle often these days, he is appreciative of the confidence boost that the stage gave him.  Will’s favorite films include ‘Labyrinth,’ ‘Crash,’ ‘Donnie Darko,’ ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,’ ‘Cabin In The Woods,’ and ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’

A Texan through-and-through, Will is proud to make Austin his home.  By day, Will is a project manager for a web marketing and social media company, but by night, he lets his nerd flag fly!  From video games to roleplaying games to science fiction movies, Will embraces his dorky side at every chance he gets.  You can read about Will’s nerdy interests on his blog, The Lindus List. As a teenager, Will used community theater to help shake his social shyness, and while he doesn’t get a chance to flex his acting muscle often these days, he is appreciative of the confidence boost that the stage gave him.  Will’s favorite films include ‘Labyrinth,’ ‘Crash,’ ‘Donnie Darko,’ ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,’ ‘Cabin In The Woods,’ and ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’