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Filmwhys Casting Call for Fans of Obscure & Unloved Superhero Movies

Hello fellow superhero movie fans! I’m beginning a new series of Filmwhys Extra podcast episodes and I am looking for guests. Each episode of this series will take a look at a single superhero movie through the eyes of the fans that love it. Now, this would be an easy thing to do for films like Iron Man, Spider-Man, or the Dark Knight. No, what I am aiming for are the more obscure and cult films like Griff the Invisible, Tank Girl, or Sky High. That as well as the films that aren’t typically well regarded by movie fans like the Fantastic Four, Ang Lee’s Hulk, Supergirl, or Daredevil. I’m currently building a guest list and hope to record and post the first episode by the end of April. What I’m looking for are people, preferably with some podcasting experience or at least a microphone that’s not embedded into a laptop who want to talk about one of these films. Once I get around to one of those movies, I will start contacting guests to set up recording times, generally no longer than 15-20 minutes. I would especially like to include as many female voices as I can since it often feels like podcasting is dominated by male voices. If you are interested, leave a comment below mentioning what film or films you would be interested in discussing, or you can e-mail me at Bubbawheat@msn.com, and please share this post with anyone you know who might be interested in joining as well.

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About Bubbawheat

I'm a comic book movie enthusiast who has watched and reviewed over 300 superhero and comic book movies in the past four years, my goal is to continue to find and watch and review every superhero movie ever made.

Posted on March 30, 2016, in Blogs, Podcasts and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Hi, I’m up for helping out with this. I am a big fan of seeing the obscure films as well as big ones, I own Griff, Fant4stic, Hulk, Dr Horrible’s Sing Along Blog, Sky High and others on Blu-Ray. I can’t say I LOVE them all to huge degrees, but I’m able to talk about them enthusiastically and with some insight if needed. I do love Krrish, that’s a good one to look at.

    • Thanks, Griff would be an interesting one to cover down the line. I wasn’t a huge fan of it, but it did some very interesting things. I’ll definitely add you to the list.

  2. Also, just a thought if you like, there are a few I’ve never seen, so if you wanted I’d be happy to contribute as offering a perspective from my first viewing, which may compare and contrast with those who love the film.

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