About the Show

We bring cinema home with a new flair of laughter and insight into how the films were made. You will love hearing our hosts and special guests from the film industry (directors, writers, directors of photography, producers, actors, gaffers) talk about some of the best films and tv shows ever made. In each episode, we discuss a new or old classic film with our guests who speak freely about their thoughts while we enjoy a few alcoholic drinks along the way. 

So let’s discuss why this podcast is different from all the others on the market. First of all, It’s made up of people who like to take part in Adult Beverages. Okay, I am sure that most of you can enjoy that concept at home with us. On top of that, it’s going to be made with a special guest each week; of course, they will not use their name or give away their identity, but instead, we will have a unique nickname for them. The mystery guest on each podcast will be actors,  and filmmakers. You might know them, and some you might not know, but they will all have something to say about what we are discussing each podcast.

Meet the Host’s

Laura Truman

Laura Truman- Host

She has been helping folks find their ways to great films from near and far for many years. Her knowledge kept growing while working in stores like Blockbuster, Media Play, and the legendary VisArt where she was an assistant manager for seven years. Her collection is made up of over five thousand movies on DVD, VHS, Beta, and even Laserdisc. Laura comes to the table with her fantastic laugh on life and incredible film knowledge (Film Critic and old school film collector). She has one of the biggest film collections around, on top of this she brings the big laugh to the table, and uncanny knowledge of the film world from the classics to the bad b-films. She brings it all to the table.

Patrick G. Keenan

Patrick G. Keenan

Born and raised in New Jersey, Patrick received his BFA in Speech and Theater from Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey. Since moving to Charlotte 25 years ago, Patrick has successfully used his skills as a stage actor to become a working film, TV and all-around on camera talent in the Southeast. 

Patrick’s experience in commercials include Duke Energy, Coca-Cola, Y12 Federal Credit Union, Mission Health and Harris Teeter. You can currently see him as Thomas the butcher in the meat sections of Harris Teeters across the Southeast. His most visible film is the Academy Award Nominated film, The Blind Side. His scene with Sandra Bullock in The Blind Side received a lot of visibility, and Sandra won the Oscar for Best Actress. Other projects include episodes of the Showtime series Homeland , Cinemax’s Outcast,  and Tropical Cop Tales on Adult Swim.

His voice has been used on North Carolina Education Lottery commercials. He also supplied multiple voices on an animated film about the life of Nellie Bly, called Pluck.

Patrick won the Best Actor Award at the Killuride Film Festival for his performance in the award-winning short film Between Hell and a Hard Place. He’s also had leading roles in the award-winning shorts Closing Time, Running Out and Glory Days. He also plays the lead role in the award-winning short film Mike, which is still on the festival circuit. 

View his credits on IMDB

Kent Smith

Kent is no stranger to the set, he has worked behind the camera on may different Hollywood productions including shows like Homeland, Mr. Mercedes, and Outcast as well as movies such as Max, Tusk, American Animals, Buried in Barstow, and Are you There God? It’s Me, Margaret.

The first feature film that Kent directed, The Last Passport, went on to win Best Director and Best Actor at the Solstice Film Festival in Minneapolis. His short film, MIKE, has been on the film festival circuit, winning many awards around the country.   The Little Package has taken the world by surprise while taking home many awards around the world. His Kent currently has three feature films in the works at different stages and hopes to have them ready for production shortly. 

View his credits on IMDB

Carlisle “Squeaker” Hamrick

Carlisle “Squeaker” Hamrick (Audio Genius and the boy who hates everything) is maybe the smartest guy on the show, so you never know where he will bring the questions. If you need a different option, that comes from the heart, then “Squeaker” will make sure that happens, plus he brings the heart to the show.


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