Electric Fancave Ep. 52 – For Mature Audiences [w/ John Pollono]
The Electric Fancave hits the road in episode 52! We’re in Los Angeles at Rogue Machine Theatre, hanging out with actor/screenwriter/playwright/all-around-phenomenal-guy John Pollono. You might recognize him from Mob City, Masters of Sex, or as the face of Chase Bank, but after listening to the ‘cast you’ll probably know him as that guy you totally wanna have a barbecue and toss back a couple brews with. We discuss his life, his career, the L.A. and NYC theatre scenes, and movies that should never, ever be remade. We hear about the vastly different results of having Kevin Spacey and Frank Darabont in the audience for his shows, why HBO’s The Pacific is a recurring theme in his casting choices, and why having Pretty Little Liars’ Keegan Allen in a show makes for a slightly unsettling shift in audience demographic. Plus, we try to get him excited about a few movie trailers, including Guillermo Del Toro‘s new Hiddles joint, Crimson Peak.
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Corrigan Vaughan is a grad student with a penchant for TV, travel, and haunted stuff. She spends the majority of her time reading, writing, and dominating at pub quiz. A Masshole by birth, she now holds down the West Coast for the Electric Feast family, going to cons, hitting up movie premieres, and reading comic books outside the Griffith Observatory. She hugged Karl Urban once and has told everyone she's ever met since about it.