Brian O’Halloran [Interview]

 

Today we are featuring a guy that I have wanted to have on Trainwreck’d Society since day one. In fact, if I had physically written down my bucket list of people to have on the site, Brian O’Halloran would have been right there at the top. This cat was the lead role in what is one of the greatest films of all. A film that redefined what we saw as creative cinema during the boom of independent film releases in the 90’s. And not only am I crazy excited to have Brian on the site today, I am also excited to tie his appearance into the fact that I am helping to showcase the ultimate ode to Clerks, the amazing indie gem of a film that is Shooting Clerks, which has embodied TWS for a while now.

I seriously can not express how excited I am to have O’Halloran with us here today. He is an incredible actor, who has some amazing insight into the world of acting. He has been a staple of existence in my life since I was a young child. His role as Dante Hicks may not define his existence as a human being or as an actor, but it is a role that I’m sure he is very grateful to always have in his proverbial back pocket, should the need for it ever arise.

With that, don’t forget, that if you currently reside on my side of pond here, the London premiere of the film is coming this Tuesday, January 16th! Tickets for the event can be found via The Prince Charles Cinema, and be sure to check out the Q&A that will follow.

Now ladies and gentlemen, please enjoy some great words from the legend himself, Mr. Brian O’Halloran!

While the whole world knows how you broke out into the world of film, I am more curious about what lead you into the world of acting to begin with? When did you decide that you wanted to play pretend for a living?

Well Ron, I always was a child (youngest of 3 boys in an Irish Catholic family) who was “acting up”.  I would be part of school plays and participate in chorus. But also when I was a teen and played “role playing games” i.e. Dungeons and Dragons, Villains and Vigilantes, and many other table top games I always wanted to escape into other characters. So I guess it was not a far leap to get into the acting profession.

What was it like revisiting the world of Clerks so many years later during your appearance in Christopher Downie’s excellent biopic, Shooting Clerks?

It was a bit odd to see someone portray myself “Brian O’Halloran” on screen. It’s weird to see a film depicting something you did nearly 25 years ago. Never in a million years would I have guessed that someone, let alone a whole crew of people, from SCOTLAND would make a bio-pic of a group of gen X er’s making a really indie film.

Did you happen to work with Kit Alexander on how to play both the character of Dante, and the real like Brian O’Holloran from 20 something years ago?


As of this day, I still haven’t talked to Kit. Not by choice, I just wasn’t contacted by him. But I thought his portrayal was spot on. I actually had friends watch the film and whom have known me for years think that the footage of Kit, especially the audition footage, think it was actually me. So that should be a huge compliment.

And in the end, after seeing the final product, what are your thoughts on Shooting Clerks? Should viewers expect a very realistic interpretation of the events that unfolded so many years ago?


I have seen the film about 10 time in different edits. And knowing the actual story of what happened in ’93-’94 I’m really proud of what Chris and everyone who took part in making the film. The story is about 85% accurate with 15% creative licence.

I’ve been following you around in the social media world for quite some time, and it seems like you are a mission to hit every single Con imaginable! It seems like you are constantly jet-setting to a new town to greet even more adoring fans. So how is the Con experience for you? What do you enjoy most about this type of setting?

I really enjoy visiting new cities and enjoying the sights. I also enjoy meeting the other guests who attend the cons. Plus I enjoy meeting the fans and hearing what they enjoy about the films.

I managed to catch an amazing appearance from you this year in the film Bad Frank. That was a hell of a role, and lets just say that you kind of got your ass kicked! How was your experience working on this insane movie, especially during said ass kicking scene?


Yeah, I was contacted by a mutual actor friend about that film and I thought the script was really intense. I wanted to try playing a role in serious drama and it was a role far from what I’m known for. I really enjoyed being on set and I thought the cast and director did a fantastic job with the film.

I know that the Jay and Silent Bob Reboot project is pretty fresh at this point, so I know you aren’t able to give us much insight. But, I am curious about what you are most excited about in entering that world once again?

Visiting the “View Askew Universe” is always a fun ride. I will work on anything Kevin wants me to be a part of, especially “View Askew” related. I just enjoy those characters.

What else does the future hold for you? Anything you would like to plug to our readers?

The best way to find out what I’m up to is to follow me on Twitter @BrianCOHalloran or Instagram @BrianCOHalloran or Facebook @TheBrianCOHalloran. By next year my Podcast should be out Twitter @TheOHalloRANT ; Instagram @TheOHalloRANT; Facebook @TheOHalloRANT

What was the last thing that made you smile?

Well Ron, I just moved into a new home. So when I finally got to sit in front of the fireplace with my lovely girlfriend on Christmas Eve with it snowing outside I thought “Man, this is beautiful”.

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Sunday Matinee: Shooting Clerks [Preview]

A few years ago, I came across a little project that has been one of the most intriguing pieces of art that I have ever watched develop via the internet in our current world of constant updates. It’s called Shooting Clerks. Over the last 4 years or so, I have watched what seemed like just a strangle little fan film at first turn into a full blown motion picture that is not only supported and endorsed by the great Kevin Smith himself and the people that surrounded him during his time making the seminal film Clerks almost 25 years ago, but has led to numerous guest appearances by the OG Clerks cast themselves! It has been so exciting to watch the slow churn of development that has been the making of this amazing Scottish bred & Jersey inspired project come to form. And I am very excited to see what the final product is going to be like, as I have not yet gotten to take a look at it, but I almost readily assured that it is going to be fantastic and I will put all of my digital weight behind (for whatever that is worth).

For you avid readers out there, you may remember that we have already spoken with the film’s creator, Christopher Downie, about the project during its premiere right in the film’s origin center, New Jersey. And just two days ago we spoke with the brilliant young actor, Chris Bain, who portrayed the legendary Jason Mewes. And in the past we have spoken with such legendary figures from the Clerks and View Askewniverse like Marilyn Ghigliotti, Ernie O’Donnell, and Scott Schiaffo from Clerks, as well as Matthew Maher and Bud Cort from another View Askew classic, Dogma. I mention these great interviews only to heighten the fact to you that I am so excited that this movie is making its way across the globe. And for those of you that are currently reading from my side of the pond here in Great Britain, the film is coming to you soon! The film is going premiering in London on Tuesday, January 16th at the Prince Charles Cinema – 8:45pm. It is sure to be a hell of an event that should not be missed if you find yourself in the greater London area. And be sure to check in tomorrow for an extremely special interview with another brilliant actor from Clerks who will appear right here on these digital pages. It is one that will definitely leave you saying, “I’m definitely supposed to be here today.” Yep, you probably guessed it.

Tickets for the event can be found via The Prince Charles Cinema, and be sure to check out the Q&A to follow. Per the cinema’s website:

Post-Film Q&A with Christopher Downie (Director), Ryan James (Producer), Brett Murray (producer/Bryan Johnson), Chris Bain (Jason Mewes), Tom Sullivan (Jeff Anderson), Stephanie Price (Lisa Spoonauer) and Jay Booton (Dave Klein), Beverly Longhurst (actor – Kevin’s Mother, Grace) and Jonny Glasgow (actor – Ernie O’Donnell) – SPECIAL GUEST JUST ANNOUNCED : John Henry Westhead aka Olaf the ‘Berserker’ Metal Singer!!!!

If you’re not still convinced, check out this awesome trailer for the film:

Chris Bain [Interview]


Hello Dear Readers! We are about to kick an amazing Shooting Clerks related weekend that you are all going to love! And we are kicking things off in a major way with one of the major players from the film itself, the great Chris Bain!

Chris Bain is a brilliant actor who recently took on the task of playing the legendary Jason Mewes in Shooting Clerks, a film we have been fanboying over here at TWS for quite some time now. And when I was given the chance to talk with one of the film’s prominent cast members, I simply had to jump at the opportunity! And just as I expected, he is a hell of a nice guy who gives some amazing insight into not just his work on Shooting Clerks, but on how he found his way into the world of acting has continued to thrive within the profession.

The man has a whole lot to say, so how about we just jump right into it? Ladies and gentlemen, the wonderful Chris Bain!

When did you first discover your passion for acting and the world of film and television as a whole? When did you realize you wanted to make a living in this world?

I’ve always been a film buff. From an early age my dad instilled that in me,  letting me watch films like Indiana Jones and Highlander really whetted my appetite for visual storytelling. Even now, at thirty years old, I still view going to the cinema as an experience and associate it as a bit of an adventure. I’ve always had a passion for acting and love the thrill of being someone else, although I started that journey somewhat later in life, at around twenty-six years old I realised how passionate I am about it and decided to take the plunge and forge a career out of it.

How did you manage to become involved with Shooting Clerks to play the legendary Jay Mewes in this brilliant biopic? Were you well versed in the View Askewinverse prior to taking on the role?

A few years prior to Shooting Clerks, I didn’t consider myself an actor, at all. I did it occasionally as something to do, unprofessionally as a hobby. A good friend of mine knew someone who was making a short film based on a podcast that Kevin & Jason recorded and needed someone to play Mewes. That someone was Chris Downie. We met, discussed the production and the role, I auditioned for him and took the part. Kevin & Jason viewed the finished production and were so taken by it, they decided to host it on their SeeSmod YouTube channel. I knew from then that working with Chris was special and that he not only had a unique vision but a lot of talent too. About a year later, he mentioned that he wanted to produce a feature based on the trials and tribulations Kevin faced when making Clerks and wanted me to play Jason again. Needless to say, it was a decision that didn’t take me long to make. Previously, I had watched Mallrats and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back in High School so I was familiar with Smith’s work but I wouldn’t consider myself a fan at that stage. From preparing to play Mewes in Shooting Clerks I ensured that I was familiar with Smith’s entire back catalogue and discovered a great appreciation for his work, I’d definitely consider myself a fan now!

And how was your experience portraying one of the most infamous and beloved stoners in the history of cinema? Was it a tad nerve-racking to play a person who is still very much alive and would eventually witness you portray his character on the big screen?

I think for any actor, to play a real life person who is also still alive comes with some trepidation. I knew how passionate and devoted Kevin & Jason’s fans are and wanted to make sure that not only I play him in the way that you would expect, that you are used to so that my performance is authentic and believable, but to ensure that it’s a sincere performance too. It’s easy to mimic someone, I didn’t want to do that. I wanted to make sure that yes, this is the Mewes everyone knows and loves, but that you also see some aspects of his character that he isn’t immediately associated with so that my depiction is rounded and believable. I have met Jason previously but wasn’t able to attend the New Jersey screening that he and Kevin attended in August due to other acting commitments. However, I have heard that he was pleased with my performance. As long as the man himself is happy then I hope I’ve done him justice!

Shooting Clerks has already been released to some mighty acclaim in the states, and will have its UK release date on January 16th. After being a part of this project for so long, what does it feel like to finally see the film come to fruition and finally being shown in front of audiences? Is it surreal in any way?

I’ve been lucky enough to attend four separate screenings of Shooting Clerks prior to this one. With the cast & crew I was at the screenings in Orlando, New York, New Jersey and in Edinburgh too and the audience reaction has not only been incredible but also humbling. It’s wonderful to see such a phenomenal response to a film that everyone involved worked so hard on for the best part of three years. I’m just glad that people like it for what it is, not only some excellent performances and funny lines, but a wonderful piece of filmmaking with a lot of heart.

Aside from obviously portraying the legendary Jason Mewes, if you were given the chance to portray another legendary figure from the world of film, who would it be?

It’s such a difficult question to answer. For me, it would have to be someone who made a difference, not just someone who has achieved a lot in the world of film, but who made a genuine difference to the lives of others. I think it’s important to bring to life a story like that. It may seem cliché but that’s why I’d choose Marlon Brando, not only a giant in cinema who revolutionised screen acting, but a man with a huge heart who used his fame and recognition to raise awareness for various causes and charities. Also, a role like that would require a lot of make up as I look nothing like Brando!

What does the future hold for you? Anything you would like to plug to our readers?

I’ve been keeping busy. I’m still relatively at the beginning of my career and although I’ve been lucky to appear in some fantastic productions and do some excellent work, I’m still starting out. I have a few projects that I’m working on, but as ever, I  can’t say too much at this stage. Watch this space!

What was the last thing that made you smile?

Being a huge fan of another cult film, The Room. I saw The Disaster Artist in the cinema the other day and loved it. It’s one of the first films in a while where I have ended up crying with laughter during it. I think it’s quite apt that we’re screening our film in the same cinema that James Franco showed The Disaster Artist in when we appear in London.

Shooting Clerks featuring Chris Bain as the legendary Jason Mewes will have its London premiere on January 16th at the Prince Charles Cinema – 8:45pm. Tickets are available HERE.

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 20 Albums of the 2017 [Exclusive!]

Avid readers here at Trainwreck’d Society may have noticed a grand shift in culture here on the site since we made our triumphant(?) return this year after a short 15 month hiatus. Whilst TWS was once primarily a music related blog, with the occasional interview with some sort of beloved actor or filmmaker, we have almost swung the pendulum so far to the other side that it may actually come as a surprise that we are paying attention to music at all.

Yes, we only had a handful of album reviews to share on the site this year. But 2017 just happened to have some of our favorite artists putting out amazing records. In fact, 6 of our Top 10 are from artists that have topped our previous charts, and have been showcased here on several other occasions, including one artist who has hit the Number 1 spot, 2 years in a row, and another who was named Trainwreck’d Society’s Person of the Year.

And there were some other amazing albums released in both the independent and major label platforms that deserve to be showcased for bringing some lovely sounds to an otherwise pretty gloomy year. Whether it is a delightful singer/songwriter tune, or the resurgence of classic hip hop artists, or the showcase of one of the finest hip hop albums of all time brought to you from the legendary Strange Famous Records (that’s correct, I said “ALL TIME”), there was just some amazing records out this year that you have to know about. I know some of these choices may be controversial in their own right, so feel free to send us some love/hate mail on the subject.

So, Ladies and Gentlemen, please enjoy our Top 20 Albums of 2017 that Totally Features Eminem, So Fuck You Internet. Enjoy!

 

 

20. Lana del Rey – Lust For Life

19. Lee Ann Womack – The Lonely, The Lonesome, & The Gone

18. Eminem – Revival

17. Wheeler Walker Jr. – Ol’ Wheeler

16. Open Mike Eagle – Brick Body Kids Still Daydream

15. Fabolous & Jadakiss – Friday on Elm Street

14. Beck – Colors

13. Cary Illinois – Garage Sale

12. Brother Ali – All the Beauty in this Whole Life

11. Kendrick Lamar – Damn

10. Passenger – The Boy Who Cried Wolf

9. Sadistik – Altars

8. Ayron Jones & The Way – Audio Paint Job

7. Grayson Capps – Scarlett Roses

6. Sleep – Dark Arts of the Iron Age

5. Andrew Joslyn – Awake at the Bottom of the Ocean

4. Lotte Kestner – Off White

3. Robin Grey – From the Ground Up

2. Blitzen Trapper – Wild and Reckless

1. Cas One Vs. Figure – So Our Egos Don’t Kill Us

 

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 20 Films of 2017 [Exclusive!]

While 2017 may not have been the most entertaining year both politically and emotionally, it was a damn fine time for movie viewing! Across the globe, there were some pretty amazing works of art to be seen. 2017 was a year that Trainwreck’d Society decided that we were going to put a sharp focus on some of the amazing films we were able to check out. This year saw the birth of our “Sunday Matinee” and “Saturday Special” series, where we were able to regularly showcase some of the finest works in independent cinema from all over the world. In fact, most of the films you on this list were previously featured in one of these formats.

2017 was also a very diverse year as far as our viewing prowess. Our Top 20 films come from over 8 different countries, and feature over a dozen different languages. The one thing that they all share is a mesmerizing bit of quality that is damn near inconceivable. From exorcisms, to fast cars, to recollections of glory days of punk music, right down to good ole fashioned love stories, there is something amazing here for everyone!

So Ladies and Gentlemen, please enjoy our Top 20 Films of 2017!

20. Deliver Us
Written by: Andrea Osvald Sanguigni
Directed by: Federica Di Giacomo
Starring: Father Cataldo Migliazzo

19. After Love
Written by: Fanny Burdino, Joachim Lafosse, & Mazarine Pingeot
Directed by: Joachim Lafosse
Starring: Bérénice Bejo, Cédric Kahn, Jade Soentjens


18. Fast Convoy
Written by: Frédéric Schoendoerffer
Directed by: Frédéric Schoendoerffer
Starring: Benoît Magimel, Reem Kherici, Tewfik Jallab

17. Get Out
Written by: Jordan Peele
Directed by: Jordan Peele
Starring: Daniel Kaluuya, Catherine Keener, Lil Rel Howery

16. The Spiderwebhouse
Written by: Johanna Stuttman
Directed by: Mara Eib-Eibesfeldt
Starring: Ben Litwinschuh, Lutz Simon Eilert, Helena Pieske

15. Mighty Ground
Written by: Delila Vallot
Directed by: Delila Vallot
Starring: Ronald Troy Collins

14. Baby Driver
Written by: Edgar Wright
Directed by: Edgar Wright
Starring: Ansel Elgort, Lily James, Jon Hamm

13. The Confessions
Written by: Roberto Andò
Directed by: Roberto Andò
Starring: Toni Servillo, Daniel Auteuil, Pierfrancesco Favino

12. Playground
Written by: Bartosz M. Kowalski
Directed by: Bartosz M. Kowalski
Starring: Michalina Swistun, Nicolas Przygoda, Przemyslaw Balinski

11. Dalida
Written by: Lisa Azuelos, Orlando, & Jacques Pessis
Directed by: Lisa Azuelos
Starring: Sveva Alviti, Riccardo Scamarcio, Jean-Paul Rouve

10. Tom of Finland
Written by: Aleksi Bardi
Directed by: Dome Karukoski
Starring: Pekka Strang, Jakob Oftebro, Jessica Grabowsky

9. The Big Sick
Written by: Emily V. Gordon, Kumail Nanjiani
Directed by: Michael Showalter
Starring: Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter

8. Catfight
Written by: Onur Tukel
Directed by: Onur Tukel
Starring: Anne Heche, Sandra Oh, Alicia Silverstone

7. Mr. Roosevelt
Written by: Noël Wells
Directed by: Noël Wells
Starring: Noël Wells, Nick Thune, Britt Lower,

6. The Problem with Apu
Written by: Hari Kondabolu
Directed by: Michael Melamedoff
Starring: Hari Kondabolu, Noureen DeWulf, Ajay Naidu

5. The Bill Murray Experience
Written by: Sadie Katz
Directed by: Sadie Katz
Starring: Sadie Katz, Joel Murray, P.J. Soles

4. Django
Written by: Etienne Comar & Alexis Salatko
Directed by: Etienne Comar
Starring: Red Kateb, Cecile De France, Bea Palya

3. Driving While Black
Written by: Dominique Purdy & Paul Sapiano
Directed by: Paul Sapiano
Starring: Dominique Purdy, Sheila Tejada, John Mead


2. Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk
Written by: Anthony Marchitiello & Corbett Redford
Directed by: Corbett Redford
Starring: Iggy Pop, Billy Joe Armstrong, Jello Biafra

1. D-Love
Written by: Dave Rogers
Directed by: Elena Beuca
Starring: Elena Beuca, Dave Rogers, Ditlev Darmakaya

Sunday Matinee: Cannibal Farm [Film]

“The Harver family head out on an idyllic summer camping trip where they can bury past tensions and enjoy some family bonding. But when their camp is sabotaged by an unseen intruder in the night, they head to the nearby creepy old farm desperate for help, where vengeful farmer Hunt Hansen and his hideously deformed son aren’t farming animals…” – October Coast PR

Let’s start things off here with a call to all the real die hard horror fans out there: this one is EXACTLY for you. I can in full confidence state that Cannibal Farm is one of the finest blood soaked experiences to be brought to the screen in quite a long time. It has everything you need! From betrayal to a brilliant mixture of gore and jump scares all the way back around to ridiculously overdone monologues that graciously add to the overgrowing fear and anxiety that comes with watching a full on massacre occur.

A few weeks ago, I made a statement on the podcast Super Geeky Play Date about how I wanted to see the cannibalism aspect of horror films become a as commonplace and popular as zombie and vampire films. Little did I know that awaiting in my inbox was exactly what I was talking about. Cannibal Farm is an amazing callback to all of the gruesome fun that was developed in the late 70’s and throughout the 80’s. It’s a bit campy, as it should be. It’s a tad bit over emotional, also as it should be. And just when you think you have seen the height of the film’s insanity, hold the fucking phone, because something even more insane is right around the proverbial (and maybe literal) corner.

 

I simply can not stress this enough people: this is a genuinely amazing horror film. Writer/director Charlie Steeds brings us a wonderfully stylized work of torture and delightfully frightening moving images that deserves at least a few viewings. Check it out!

Cannibal Farm is available now on VOD. Check out the trailer here:

Sean Patton [Interview]

Welcome to 2018 folks! We are kicking things off this year in a major way with an amazing interview from one of the finest comedians working today. And with the controversial year that the world of comedy had in 2017, I think it is important to continue the conversation of the importance and cultural relevance of comedians in our modern era. And I can not think of anyone better to kick off this conversation with than the brilliant Sean Patton.

Sean Patton is a brilliantly funny comedian with jokes that will hit you harder than that girl hit her mom in the face with that ArkAngel laptop in Black Mirror. A very specific reference, I know. But, it is very true. He is one of the best in the business and we feel so very fortunate that he has chosen to digitally be here with us today. For die hard comedy fans, Sean has hit just about every spot on television you could want, from his own Comedy Central half hour special, to a couple of appearances on one of my favorite programs, This Is Not Happening. Yes, he is true working comedian who has done some incredible work in his career thus far, and has the promise and will do even greater thing sin 2018 and beyond.

So Ladies and Gentlemen, please enjoy some amazing words from an even more amazing comedian, Mr. Sean Patton!

When did you first realize that you were a hilarious human being, and it was your civic duty to stand on a stage and bring joy to random strangers?

The first time I remember making anyone really laugh was in the 7th grade. At school, my teacher was pouring BC headache powder into a glass of water, and I said “My dad snorts headache powder up his nose”. The teacher did a legit spit take. My Dad’s doesn’t snort coke, not that I knew of then or now, but I remember thinking “This will be funny”, so I just blurted it out.

Sarah Silverman once played a version of herself on the Larry Sanders show as a stafff writer who gets her first TV credit doing stand up on his show. Watching her set on that show was amazing for me. I identified with her sense of humor so much. That’s when I decided I wanted to do stand up.

What were your early days like when you were first starting out in comedy in New Orleans? I will admit, I am not very up my knowledge of the comedy world of NOLA. I know you and Mark Normand have started there, and that’s about it. So what was that world like when you were first starting out? And when you make your way back to your homeland, does it seem like it has changed a bit?

It was a very DIY scene back then. It didn’t then, nor does now, have a full time stand up club. I don’t know if it ever will, but it’s doing so well as an independent scene. That is what’s important. The New Orleans comedy scene now is very supportive and eons better than when I started out.

In your obvious expert opinion, what are some cities across America that are incredible to do perform stand up in, that many people may not be aware of? Beyond L.A. and NYC, what are some of those hidden gems hiding in plain sight across the land? 

Minneapolis, Madison, WI, Eau Claire, WI, Denver, Chicago, Atlanta, The Bay area, Pretty much every city in North Carolina but specifically Asheville and Wilmington, Washington DC, Cincinnati, Detroit, Burlington, VT, Houston, Austin, Dallas, Portland OR, and I’m sure many more. In all of these cities There’s a great club(s) or independent show, and they all have great local comedians.

Beyond the American borders, you have performed at the legendary Just For Laughs festival in Montreal. As an avid comedy viewer and podcast listener, I hear about Montreal a lot, but haven’t grasped the concept of why this is one of the biggest festivals in the comedy world. So in your opinion, what is it about Montreal that makes it such a huge deal?

Montreal is a beautiful city to be in during the summer, and it seems to love the festival. They book great comedians year in and year out and do not fuck around when it comes to the shows. It’s also been around for over 30 years. Also, Canadians are mostly happy people who travel to Montreal specifically for JFL. Add all that up and that’s why I’d say.

A few years ago you appeared on a couple of episodes of one of my favorite television comedies of all time, Maron. We’ve spoken with folks like Troy Ruptash and Dave Anthony who appeared on the show as well, but I am interested to know what your take was on working on this show? And was there anything about working on this show that set itself apart from the numerous other projects you have worked on?

I had a small part in two episodes, but I’ve known Marc for a bit now. He’s a particular guy, and often times that’s where the best comedy comes from. I had a great time working on that show. What set it apart was how into it everyone involved was. It felt like everyone knew they were making something good, which goes a long way in this business.

What does the future hold for you? Anything cool coming up that you would like to tell our readers about? 

My first hour special. I can’t say exactly when it will premiere, so check in at meseanpatton.com from time to time. I am excited about it.