David Kronmiller is a longtime friend of mine from those fabled days you’ve heard on this show about DVD and Blu-ray quality control. David it was actually one of the people in that field the longest when I’d met him and a person I’d spent many of late evenings testing and reporting on discs with. We’ve shared DVD war wounds together.
Last year, David released the film Boris and the Bomb which he’d directed. And I had him on my old program and did a lengthy interview about it. But David has a pretty colorful career and is a fantastic interview. His paths have crossed working with many a famous name and he got a start as an actor working on Saved By The Bell: The New Class, of which he shares a lot about in this episode.
The film he selected has passed Hubie Halloween for being the newest film discussed on the show; Moxie. Amy Poehler’s film is quite powerful and one that bears a lot of discussion. David and I share our own instances with high school bullying as well as an appreciation for Poehler’s skills as a director.
As always, I’m pretty sure I consistently deliver you fantastic film discussion, fun interviews and wonderful guests on a weekly basis. And this week is one that I can’t help but stand back and recognize how far we’ve come with this show. And you the listener, thank YOU! Your feedback, praise and enthusiasm really keeps me from letting up.
0:00:58 – David Kronmiller Interview
0:42:39 – The Losers Discussion
1:10:01 – What Else
The Brandon Peters Show will return tomorrow (4/20) with the Out Now Commentary for Red Dragon (2002).
Brandon – Shure SM58-LC
David – Unknown Microphone (Recorded with Zoom)
NCH Wavepad Masters Edition v8.38
NCH MixPad Masters v5.22
The Levelator 2
RUNTIME: 84 minutes
Moxie is available on Netflix.