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Pulp--a publication printed on rough, low-quality paper made of wood pulp or rags, and usually containing sensational and lurid stories, articles, etc. Lizard--relatively long-bodied reptile with usually two pairs of legs and a tapering tail.

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Joe Harris, aka Joe the Visualist, is an up-and-coming director with a new project that is sure to be a hit in 2011. Joe will talk about his new film "The Lonely Sound" and give us a sneak peak of his feature film.

The Dallas Film Society honored actor Robert Duvall. This special PulpLizard Show features a red carpet interview with Duvall and Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert.

I'll review some current and soon-to-be released films including THE NEXT THREE DAYS, UNSTOPPABLE and LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS. Also, rants and raves.

Two years ago Vinnie was my first guest on Blogtalkradio.com. What a difference two years make. Vinnie released his album "Man vs. Machine" and sold out El Ray Theater in L.A. This underdog is quickly on his way to the top.... more

If Chris Nolan is Batman, then Wally Pfister is definitely Robin. Pfister is the brilliant award-winning cinematographer who worked on eye-popping films like 'Dark Knight' and the new sci-fi thriller 'Inception'. Pfister was kind enough to... more

PulpLizard's interviews with critically acclaimed directors. The conversations with blockbuster makers John Lee Hancock (The Blindside), Pete Docter (Up), Ruben Fleisher (Zombieland), Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) and indie filmakers Ryan... more

The closing thoughts and rants about the biggest film, music and interactive festival in the Southwest. Plus exclusive interviews with the director of 'Cloverfield' (Matt Reeves) and 'Friday Night Lights' star Madison Burge.

This is the second year The PulpLizard Show will be covering the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas. I'll be interviewing Paul Gordon director of the film "The Happy Poet".

It's ex vs. ex this year. Who was nominated and what my preictions are to take home the big golden man. Will it be "The Hurt Locker" or "Avatar"? I will have a special co-host this year.
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