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There's always another festival. There's never enough money. Everyone believes in them. No one will distribute them. Their relationship is a work progress and their film is always a rough-cut. Watch this series about Susan Buice and Arin Crumley on the film festival circuit with their feature film debut: Four Eyed Monsters ...Series begins November 1st.
 
Bring the kids in for a discussion with William Joyce and Brandon Oldenburg, cofounders of Moonbot Studios, an animation and storytelling company that develops engaging stories as books, films, apps, and games. At this event, you’ll hear about Moonbot’s latest projects for iPad, including Numberlys, IMAG•N•O•TRON, and the interactive book, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore.
 
The Data-Driven Marketer is a podcast dedicated to helping today’s Marketing Operations, Demand Gen, and Sales Operations professionals learn from each other's experiences to become more successful. Whether you’re looking to learn how industry experts charted a course to get where they are today, find out how fast-growing companies made decisions on their marketing strategy and tech stack, or discover what innovative companies are doing with data to drive their success, this is the podcast f ...
 
The Art a GoGo podcast features news, reviews and commentary about art that we hope is entertaining and accessible. Discussions about art news and museum exhibits in a clear, no nonsense style. Art speak is not spoken here, just art information without those nasty side effects. Want to learn more about art? We do too! Join us in our quest to explore the world of art. Our goal is to educate and entertain. Most of all, we want to encourage you to experience and enjoy art for yourself.
 
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This week we flashback to the 2001 comedy classic, Wet Hot American Summer. A lot of familiar faces got their start here, the most successful of which is probably the smallest role of the main cast. Who knew! Everyone but Zac hadn’t seen this and I think he has slowly started to convert two more to the cult of Wet Hot!Download. Listen. Enjoy.The Ca…
 
Welcome to our Time Capsule 2021 Episode. This is where we pick our pop culture object to be stored and to be discovered by later generations, while also previewing the year ahead! Let's get to it!Zac’s Pick: Marvel’s What If... (3:00)Lauren’s Pick: Arcane (12:45)Ben’s Pick: To Your Eternity (18:50)Favorite Predictions for 2022 (24:00)Game Predicti…
 
This is a must listen episode for every military member and veteran! This week we welcome Frank Molinar CFP, author of Financial Dominance: Your Battle Plan for a Richer Life. Frank is a leading authority in Financial Readiness training to those with a military mindset. Through his work with the Dept of Defense, Arizona’s Attorney General, the AZ D…
 
Just in time for The Peacemaker, our review of The Suicide Squad! Ben’s since named this his best movie of 21 (bold), while the rest of the crew definitely think it is good! Gunn is having fun and we have fun talking about this latest entry in the DC catalog. Download. Listen. Enjoy.The Categories: (Time:Stamp)8 Words or Less, The Elevator Pitch, W…
 
We take a look back at Studio Ghibli’s most prestigious entry in their filmography, Spirited Away! This was a Ben pick and let’s just say we aren’t aligned as a group here. We appreciate the animation, the whimsy and some of us wonder what the hell is going on! Come shake your head at Zac is what we are ultimately saying. Download. Listen. Enjoy.Th…
 
This week we welcome Benjamin Burt, Fibrenew franchise owner. Ben is a veteran of the United States Army's 3rd Special Forces Group. He is a former Advanced Tactical Medical Provider and Operations NCOIC for the Special Warfare Medical Group (Airborne) at the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School. After seperating from the military, Ben…
 
We are back, again, after another delay. We have a lot of backlog from 2021 and those start coming out now! This is a bit of a forgotten Netflix release last year that was actually one of the more interesting titles they have released in the last year or two. We like different things about this one, so I think we all think you should definitely be …
 
This week we welcome Aurea Franklin, author of Silent Freedom. Aurea retired from the 101st Airborne Division, Air Assault (AASLT), and deployed to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom for four years: two tours with the 101st and two years as a civilian contractor. Silent Freedom is a captivating memoir about Aurea’s time spent with the 101st…
 
This week we celebrate Christmas, and what better way than to talk about being the best veteran that you can be! We welcome Dr. Mike Simpson, author of Honed: Finding Your Edge As A Man Over 40. As one of the foremost experts in both tactical trauma medicine and combat sports medicine, Mike is highly sought after as a lecturer and instructor, worki…
 
This week we welcome Sean and Kilian Duclay, founders of SailAhead. Early in their lives, Sean and Kilian recognized the importance of supporting the veteran community. Shocked by the staggering statistics surrounding veteran suicide, they chose not to be bystanders in the war at home. They turned to their passion for sailing, and SailAhead was bor…
 
It's Thanksgiving and we all know what that means...TURKEY! We sit down and discuss everything that goes into putting on the perfect holiday gathering. Whether it's what beer to serve or how lumpy the mashed potatoes should be, we've got you covered with this episode of tips, tricks, and recipes. Starting at bulletproofveteran.com, we walk through …
 
Yes, we still have a podcast and we are finally back with this summer’s Black Widow. Now free to all on Disney+, we timed this perfectly, right? We all love the MCU around here and we all really liked Black Widow. We argue over whom is the best in this film, discuss where we think all of the new characters might go from here as well as try and get …
 
This week we welcome Jessica Quezada, founder of LiboRisk. LiboRisk is the first travel community for members of the U.S. Armed Forces, past and present. Jessica outlines her mission to foster an adventurous community of troops through trusted travel services, while encouraging members to leave a better footprint throughout their journeys. She also…
 
This week we welcome Thais Harris, Clinical Director at Connected Warriors. Thais is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, who has joined Connected Warriors in their goal of providing individualized care for all veterans. We discuss the Grand-Opening of their new behavioral health treatment center, in Boca Raton, FL on November 11th. This facility wil…
 
This week we welcome Patrick Donohue and Ronnie Oldenburg from Project 9 Line and VETS MMA. Patrick and Ronnie have a great opportunity for Long Island veterans, free Jiu Jitsu classes for the entire month of November. They have partnered with local academies and gyms to provide free classes for first timers and experienced grapplers. This coupled …
 
Save Our Allies needs our help. They are in grave need of donations and support. I am calling on every listener to go to SaveOurAllies.org and click on the link to their Amazon Wishlist. As a group, we can change the lives of so many children caught in the crossfire of this humanitarian crisis. Save Our Allies successfully transported over 12,000 p…
 
This week we welcome Charles Smith, author of the Life Long Experience Series. Someone once told Charles "nothing hits harder than life" and that is so true! Charles is an Army infantry veteran, author, and certified peer support specialist. He has a vast knowledge of Compounded Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD), addiction recovery, and practi…
 
New Soderbergh with No Sudden Move! Zac’s in, obviously, but the rest of the group is not so moved. Still, they find some common ground over the cast (occasionally), the one-liners (always) and that Matt Damon makes everything better. Soderbergh fans, enjoy; if not, avoid??? Listen and find out.Download. Listen. Enjoy.The Categories: (Time:Stamp)8 …
 
This week we welcome Alexa Modero, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Backpacks For Life. Backpacks For Life’s mission is to provide a unique and personalized support system for homeless and at-risk veterans who are struggling to reintegrate into civilian life. Through their two main programs, backpack distribution and coaching/mentoring, the…
 
We got together to discuss the underseen A24/Hulu horror film, False Positive. Created and written by star Ilana Glazer and director John Lee, the film feels a little lost even if it’s heart is in the right place. Should it have been more horror, more comedy, more horror comedy? Do only pregnant families find this funny? Or only more terrifying? Lo…
 
This week we welcome Joseph Zoleta, founder of the Black 6 Project and Black 6 Coffee Trading Company. Joseph takes us on an amazing adventure that started in the early 80's in the Philippines. At just five years old Joseph immigrated to the United States, and settled in Queens, NY. Under the shadow of the City That Never Sleeps, he assimilated int…
 
Pixar’s latest is another fine little gem and that film is Luca. Pixar seems to be moving things a bit out of their comfort zone and it all works out! The house style fades away a bit, the Pixar formula isn’t as prevalent and the film’s runtime is one of the studio's shortest in some time. It might feel a little slight on the surface, but it also s…
 
This week we welcome Theresa Petruna and Steve Kelnhofer, the Co-Founders of Elev8 Veterans. Elev8 Veterans officially started in 2019 to bring awareness, education, rehabilitation and re-acclimation of veterans and their families to society using alternative methods. Theresa, an Army veteran and former member of the 82nd Airborne, teamed up with S…
 
Lin-Manuel Miranda is back on the podcast, sort of, an adaptation of his musical In The Heights has made it to the big (and small) screen and we took a look at it for the podcast. Half of us were high on Hamilton, one of us liked this more, and one of us finally made it through one of his works with this film. And we aren’t all on the same page on …
 
This week we welcome Major Tom Schueman, founder of Patrol Base Abbate. Maj. Schueman shares a story of brotherhood and commitment, personified by the acts of heroic veterans during the drawdown and exit from Afghanistan. Like so many veterans, Maj. Schueman's mission to rescue his interpreter, Zak, was an example of an American servicemember's pro…
 
This week we welcome back to the show SEAC (R) John Wayne Troxell. We sit down and discuss his perspective on Afghanistan, through the lense of 38 years of service and leadership. Having served a year-long combat tour in Afghanistan and returning 10 times as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, John Troxell has …
 
Lauren, Ben and Jon discuss The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and there is no need for any rituals or hexes upon one another. They look back at the series as a whole, even if one of them has seen none of them, discuss body contortions, and more or less enjoy themselves along the way. They also get into whether we need more of this series and h…
 
This week we welcome Mike Legregni, founder and owner of Veteran Wood Co. Mike walks us through transitioning from the Marines, to law enforcement, to creating a full sized woodworking shop specializing in custom 3D signs and wooden décor. Veteran Wood Co. has taken on projects big and small, with the aim of providing their customers unique items t…
 
A new release from Hulu this week, for Natalie Morales directorial debut, Plan B! This buddy/road trip/high school comedy was full of laughs (for me at least) and ended up helping us delivering my favorite episode in some time. Everyone is here and has varying takes, but we do go off the rails a few time thanks to a particular Prince in this film. …
 
This week we welcome Justin Matejcek, founder and President of Veteran’s Adventure Group. Justin has set out to build teams of veterans, equip, and train them to tackle team based extreme sports goals, and help them execute their new missions. Veteran’s Adventure Group identified a need for energetic, nonprofit work in this area. Justin formed the …
 
This week we hit 50 episodes! Thanks to information provided by the Foxhole Podcast, and our stellar Bulletproof Veteran Podcast research team, we revisit the topic of foreign interpreters...this time focusing on those interpreters who served alongside the US military in Afghanistan. We talk about the true cost of the Afghan War, and how the interp…
 
This week we welcome Caleb Masoner, Executive Director of Balanced Veterans. Caleb was also the first Executive Director of Operation 1620, an organization providing support for veteran cannabis users. In 2020, Operation 1620 merged with Balanced Veterans, and became the cannabis initiative of the Balanced Veterans Network. Caleb, the Balanced Vete…
 
It’s a barrage of back and forths this week as half the podcast turns their backs on Zack Snyder as we discuss his latest, Army of the Dead! This Netflix film might be Snyder a bit too off the reins, or does the film just not stop to focus on anything, or is this film just too interested in setting up a giant cinematic universe of content for Netfl…
 
This week we welcome Adam Poe, founder of ProVet Leadership Academy. ProVet is the first and only leadership training program that empowers veterans with the skills they need to succeed in the corporate workplace. Developed by veterans and organizational psychologists, this unique leadership program uses advanced psychometric analysis and assessmen…
 
This week we review the indie female arm wrestling comedy, Golden Arm. Starring Happiest Season’s Mary Holland and a strong ensemble, this one had a hard time winning over the crew beyond Zac. They argue whether we should be too hard on such a small movie, find common ground on some of the film’s good bits, and go back and forth on whether this wil…
 
We take a Zack Snyder inspired flashback to his only original film Sucker Punch! A bomb on multiple levels when it came out, this crew has always shared some appreciation for it, so we decided to revisit it and see how it has stood up over the last ten years. Jon’s back and is a first time viewer, but he falls in line with the rest of the crew as w…
 
This week we welcome Stephen Machuga, the founder and CEO of Stack Up. Stack Up helps US and Allied military service members get through combat deployments and recover from traumatic physical and emotional injuries with the power of video gaming. Stack Up utilizes the strength of community to help veterans at home and abroad. Seventy percent of vid…
 
Ben picks The Raid this week for our flashback to “2011” as he tries to convince Zac that he is wrong about this one. He might prove him wrong, but he also loves the film as an action masterpiece. Where does Lauren fall? You’ll have to listen, but we also marvel at the fighting, argue The Raid vs. The Raid 2, and also talk about the very similar fi…
 
A three person weave on Mortal Kombat leads to a delightful episode where we find things to appreciate (and not) about this film that we run the spectrum on enjoyment. Ben loves dumb fun, Lauren’s happy it’s not the original and Zac wishes the movie was called Kano. That said, come for some nostalgia for the gaming franchise, the first film (Ben at…
 
This week we welcome Judy Weaver, founder of Connected Warriors. In 2007, Judy met Beau MacVane, an Army Ranger that after five tours in Iraq was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). Beau asked Judy to teach him yoga so he could stay as strong and connected to his body as humanly possible as he fought his terminal illness. Over the next sever…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Tiffany Tajiri, board certified psychologist and author of Peace After Combat: Healing the Spiritual and Psychological Wounds of War. For so many science and faith are held at arm's length from one another, but Dr. Tajiri combines the two worlds in what she calls "Rhythm Restoration". This method is a combination of RHYTHM …
 
We flashback to 2001 to watch the David Lynch mind-fuck, Mulholland Dr. The film was nominated for Best Director, but this podcast can’t find a lot to praise from 2/3 of the party. Zac is on watch number 3, Ben and Lauren are new to the film, and they spend a lot of time trying to wrap their heads around the film and their feelings. Are the actors …
 
This week we welcome Stefan and Jenny Hespeler, founders of Operation Vest and creators of the Dog Tag Run. Together this husband and wife team have set out to combat military and veteran suicide. What started as a Facebook challenge has turned into almost 1900 straight days of hammering out 22 push-ups, and the creation of their own non-profit and…
 
This week we welcome Tim Cruickshank, founder and CEO of Bonefrog Cellars and Bonefrog Coffee Company. After serving 25 years in the U.S. Navy, Tim created Bonefrog Cellars and Bonefrog Coffee Company as a tribute to the “Brotherhood” of U.S. Navy SEAL’s, the Naval Special Warfare community, and to all Americans who bravely served, or who are curre…
 
Just in time for the anniversary, we flashback to 2001 for Moulin Rouge! Lauren picks Baz Luhrmann’s masterpiece (my words) which wins over two us by half and me from start to finish. We praise the beautiful cast, the fantastic music and the excellent filmmaking on display, all while dissecting a lot of other movie randomness around the film.Downlo…
 
This week we welcome Brian Andrews and Jeffrey Wilson, authors of the International Bestselling Tier One Series. Jeff and Brian are at it again with a new military thriller, Sons of Valor. Navy SEAL Keith ”Chunk” Redman has been one of the military’s top doorkickers since the day he pinned on his trident: loyal, single-minded, lethal. Tasked to lea…
 
We are back, again, after a bit of a delay, with a new release that isn’t new anymore, Godzilla vs. Kong! We are a bit all over the place on this one, and the franchise, while my audio sounds like shit throughout (apologies). The podcast is all over the place as well, as I was unable to wrangle this crew in, still, we find a lot to talk about and s…
 
This week we welcome fellow Long Islander Col. Steve Miska, author of Baghdad Underground Railroad. Steve served as an officer in the United States Army for 25 years before retiring in 2015. During his second of three combat tours in Iraq, Steve led a team that established an underground railroad from Baghdad to Amman to the United States for dozen…
 
This week we welcome Chris Fuentes, the founder of Ranger Ready Repellents. Look out your window, that shiny thing in the sky...that's the Sun! That means beautiful weather is upon us. It's time for hiking, fishing, gardening, and just enjoying everything nature has to offer. It also means that ticks and mosquitos are enjoying that warm weather as …
 
We are back, sorry for the delay, but we have our first of our next run of flashbacks, this time to 2011’s Moneyball. The Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill staring feature is a deep dive into the Oakland Athletics revolution of the MLB through the persistence of their GM Billy Beane. It doesn’t sound like a romp, but the movie sings and is an all time great…
 
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