Groupcast #2: Cacophony of Awesome

Josh, Sammi, Danielle, Becca and Gretchen all join in with Ben and Ian as they discuss proper tic tac dispensing, shoe lacing, cannibalism and of course comic books/movies.


Hence the name “Poser Podcast”


They’re back at it for this month’s episode of the Poser Podcast!

Ben and Ian talk work outs…yes…they exercise…a little…

Don’t worry…they talk about comic books too…

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BONUS: Getting to Bolivia…Coffeehouse Fundraiser


Past a future guest Danielle Campbell had a fundraiser held in her honor to help get her to Bolivia. She’s being sent there with an organization called NICS to teach. Learn more in this bonus episode!

Spoiler Alert: Grown Up Kids

Ian and Ben FINALLY get to have a long-awaited, much anticipated, nerd sesh. Tune in to hear them gush about all of the incredible things that have occurred in the world of comic book culture since the last time they gushed. But be careful kids, there are a plethora of spoilers. #Posernation

Real Talks with Christian Seay

TIz1Hpq_Poser Podcast is privileged to sit down and chat with the one, the only, Mr. Christian Seay, and his good friend Sean Fernandez. To top it all off, Christian is our first musical guest, performing – not one – but TWO original tunes. Check it out!

Interim #2


Unfortunately Ben and Ian are just super busy and out of sync these days that they haven’t been able to record anything for a while. So, Ian has decided to post a few interim episodes so that we can actually give you guys some kind of content. Join the conversation as Ian sits down and chats with his good friend Sean Fernandez! Enjoy!

REVIEW: Earth to Echo



Content: 2
Performance: 3
Execution: 3
Creative Skill: 4

The content was entertaining, if not altogether original. The storyline was a mashup of E.T., Super 8, and Race to Witch Mountain. See the Creative Skill paragraph for a modifier.
Performances were decent, but not exceptional for what I’ve seen child actors to be capable of. Certainly, they did a great job, but I felt like there was too much of an expectation of originality in their actions that didn’t actually come through. Still, not bad for kids.
The execution was pretty good. I think the balance was there, but that “X Factor” was missing. For me I think it had something to do with the expectation of a close emotional connection, but no build-up to one.
Creative Skill was easily the best part of the film for me, hence the “4.” Having the whole thing be shot from multiple devices was genius,, though not entirely original either. Also, the visual effects were flawless in my opinion.


Content: 3
Performance: 4
Execution: 3
Creative Skill: 3

This was a good story. While it was partially a rip off of E.T. the approach felt new. I found myself engaged in the story and, even though I had notions, I wasn’t sure what was coming next.
For me, the performance fit the role well. These felt like real kids. The actors portrayed real life responses excellently. Everyone can see themselves in one of these kids.
The execution worked fairly well. The actors fit the story to the point that you forget that this isn’t real, but I wasn’t immersed in the story. It was just missing tat X-factor for me.
I love how the camera was done in first person, however it isn’t for everyone. There is a lot of motion that can make a person dizzy. If you get motion sick, I wouldn’t recommend it. Also there is a certain truck scene that felt a little underdone. Other than those two small things I thought it was great!