Post production continues on as the gang reminisces on the making of Butcher the Bakers, discusses the obstacles to come, and berates Joe for bringing several smelly hot dogs with him.
It's a modern chat for a modern age! Ryan and Tyler bring the podcast to the present day to discuss more post production, spoilers, the upcoming release of Butcher the Bakers, and the pleasant lack of Joe Buckley. We're back! Mostly!
It's an oldie but possibly a goodie! Depending on if we can remember what we said! The 99CM gang is back to talk about post production... from October of 2016. Ryan, Tyler, and Joe Buckley discuss the ins and outs of post production for Butcher the Bakers!
With every scene in the can, Ryan, along with Tyler and Trevor, discuss the ups and downs of completing the remaining shots for Butcher the Bakers.
Host, Ryan Matthew Ziegler, and Director, Tyler Amm, sit down to discuss the upcoming pickup days for Butcher the Bakers. They go over the expectations and concerns of the additional three days of filming that were never planned for, but were awarded through a successful Kickstarter campaign.
Thank you to everyone who donated to Butcher the Bakers via Kickstarter!
Mike Behrens, aka professional wrestler Mason Beck, stops by to talk about his swift introduction into indie film-making and how the passion and people behind the scenes are similar to those in wrestling.
Producer Kyle Wilkinson stops by the podcast to talk about how he helped get the Hometown Hero films off the ground and the ways in which he gets his hands dirty on set.
Lisa Wojcik, the last of the four "hero" characters from Butcher the Bakers, makes her way onto the podcast to talk about her start in theater and how it lead to the incredibly fun and stressful shoot of her first feature film.
Alex Dittmer, one of the members of the HHP three-timers club, stops by to talk about his history with acting and how it shaped him into the talented individual he is today. Oh, and Tyler's mic was too loud and the Passing the Buck segment will make you ill.
Butcher the Bakers has wrapped principal photography! Join host Ryan Matthew Ziegler, Director Tyler Amm, Assistant Director Trevor McCandless, and Child Actor Joe Buckley as they recount EVERY day of Butcher the Baker's 10 day shoot!
One of the few sane members of the Hometown Hero family, Virginia Campbell has had to field a lot of weirdness to get three of her scripts made. Ryan sits down with her the day before filming commences on Butcher the Bakers to discuss her writing process and how it is to work with a bunch of oddballs; especially her co-writing partner and cousin, Tyler Amm.
The very host of Ninety-Nine Cent Movies, Ryan Matthew Ziegler, is interviewed by the Director of Butcher the Bakers. Learn about Ryan's history with theater and acting, and his insatiable hunger for all things cinema!
The baby bird of the Hometown Hero family, Maddie Burress, stops by the podcast to talk about her ascension from Production Assistant to Production Manager. Maddie is the trusted runner to execute the solution to any problem on set.
A man on a mission, Matt Birtell, Assistant Director of Butcher the Bakers, stops by to talk about keeping the backbone of a production upright. Matt gained a lot of attention for being an eagle-eyed problem solver on the set of Grace's Room, and discusses what it takes to keep an indie film on schedule.
A true gentleman and master of all things tech, Kristopher Smith stops by the podcast to talk about being an Executive Producer on Butcher the Bakers. This is Kris's second film with Hometown Hero and has a lot of thoughts on what can make and break an indie film. Make sure to stay for Pass the Buck because it's more of the same crap, and you'll love to hate our Plucky Bucky Boy.
The podcast team, as well as the entire Hometown Hero family, has been busy the last two weeks filming Butcher the Bakers! Principal photography is over and now we're back in the office ready to continue the adventure that is making an independent film.
Devon Ford, an actress in Butcher the Bakers, stops by to talk about the acting epiphany she had and how it led her to an audition for our newest film.
Sean Walsh returns to the Hometown Hero Universe to reprise his role of Sam from Grace's Room. Ryan delves into Sean's history with acting, from musicals -- to fronting a band -- to film, and how it led him to the upcoming film, Butcher the Bakers.
Ryan delves into the past films of Hometown Hero Productions with Trevor McCandless who has acted and crewed all of them. We learn about his last minute inclusion in the film River City Panic and how he will help alleviate problems/tempers on the set of Butcher the Bakers.
Bryan Michael Hartnett, a wizard of illustration and visionary savant, hangs out with Ryan to talk about the copious amount of art he's made for the films of Hometown Hero. We also learn about his expanded role on the set of the upcoming Butcher the Bakers and how much he loves horror films!
Zach Shaw, Cinematographer of Butcher the Bakers, is on the podcast this week to talk about his history with Hometown Hero Productions and being a first time Director of Photography. Dive in with our host Ryan Matthew Ziegler as we learn what it takes to make a film look pretty!