Archive for the ‘Podwit Profile’ Category

I have very fond memories of playing with my G.I. Joe’s and Construx on the carpet in the living room of my parent’s old New Haven home, a rug I now recall as an imagery world, that would encompass the area from under the bay window where which lived in front of me a massive 16″ Quasar cabinet television, to the large […]

The Podwits have a VERY special edition of the podcast this week, with AM 331’s own Yorkshire Girl in studio to expound on anything and everything that matters… And what does the lovely lady have on her mind? Horror movies; the amazing sub-subgenre that is the 1970’s TV movie; the love for Darren McGavin’s Kolchak The […]

Last year, I was lucky enough to meet Martha Sigall, the 96-year-young former inker and painter who worked in what some consider the golden age of cartoonmaking in Hollywood. You name it, she worked on it, over the past eighty years. I had the opportunity to sit in on a Q&A with her, and then […]

  Hello there fellow Podwitian’s! It as been a long time in coming, but here is the promised conversation with Animation Legend Bob Singer! The man was unbelievable and such a sincere, friendly and warm person. Working in the heyday of animation and being a leading pioneer at Hanna Barbara studios, he certainly has seen it all. Mr. Singer worked as […]

What can I say about Bruce Campbell that has not been already said? The man is loved and revered. He’s a living legend in the world of cult and “B” cinema and best of all… he is a good dude, a fact that I can personally vouch for. A couple of weeks ago, I shot […]

It sometimes can be perplexing to stop and think that every single item we use or come in contact with in our daily lives was designed by someone, who probably labored countless hours alone or with a team to make sure that idea is the best it can be from inception to market. In recent […]

Many people know him by sight, but not by name. Sadly, Charles Durning, the iconic character actor who honed his craft so well he made it look effortless, passed away Christmas Eve at the ripe old age of 89. You may know him from films like Dog Day Afternoon, The Sting, Tootsie, The Final Countdown, O Brother Where […]

Our very own J. Marcus had a chance to sit down with a very good friend of The Podwits, Mr. Naquan Baity, otherwise known as KUMA — founder of Kuma Kreations Entertainment. Kuma shared everything from what drove him to review games in the first place to just what is up with those fangs (the […]

Here at the Podwits, we try our best to bring our interests to you, the reader (and listener), while trying to then attach our spin on the subject, and perhaps shed light on something our audience might not have been aware of. Today’s subject is a profile on a man who, unless you’ve lived under a […]

I don’t care for the Oscars whatsoever, but I was lucky enough to catch the presentation of the Governor’s Awards, and saw that make-up legend Dick Smith was being honored with a lifetime achievement award. That got me thinking of when I was in college, and how a friend and I were able to get him […]