The People's History of Film
Welcome back fellow historians to another thrilling episode of The People's History of Film. This week Dalton sits down with Oklahoma City-based actor Stephen Goodman. Things start off with an exploration of Stephen's personal journey as an actor, including a little inside baseball talk about the differences between working on indie projects here in OKC and working on union jobs in LA. Things slowly get more personal, with talks of family history and man-tears, culminating in one of the silliest/funniest stories to ever be featured on this show in which Stephen breaks down the nuances of the decidedly back-woods game "critter, critter" - get into it friends.
Stephen Goodman can be seen in the feature film Electric Nostalgia which will be featured at the deadCenter Film Festival here in Oklahoma City.
Correction: 1989's Batman was the first consumer-priced VHS, not the first one commercially available as Dalton said. Because he is an idiot.