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Ed Galvez Stars in "The Many Lives of Jovan Cornejo." The new horror film is to be released in early 2013. Stay tuned for details!
Comedian Tony Sam joins "The Fort" Podcast to talk his time as a molecular biologist, a stunning fight at a bakery, pissing on Mike's glasses and marriage. Tony is the long time executive producer of the critically acclaimed comedy show "Chicago Underground Comedy." He has performed on "Comedy Bang Bang" at Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, and is a regular fixture at the theater performing on the monthly variety show, "The Walsh Brothers Show." He has appeared at "Just For Laughs" - Chicago, "Bridgetown," Bumbershoot" and "Attack of the Show." This is "The Fort's" 50th episode. We want to thank all of our listeners for sticking with us. We look forward to another 50 episodes!
A documentary about Jiro Ono, the world's greatest sushi chef. It's a fascinating look at his incredible life story and the world of sushi. Warning, this 85-year-old man's exhausting lifelong pursuit of perfection will make you feel like you've accomplished nothing with your life (but in a good way).
A film of sketches based on each of the ten commandments from David Wain and a whole lot of The State people. Like most sketch comedy, it's hit and miss. But when it hits, it is inspired well-performed silliness and well worth a viewing.
"The Objective" is a "Fort Favorite" of Mike Costantini. This film is loaded with mystery, suspense and intrigue. The time flies fast as the plot thickens into an unexpected turn. A must see with friends or alone.
The 2009 film "Triangle" has become a "Fort Favorite." This horror/mystery thriller takes the movie-goer through a wide range of twists and turns in a plot that keeps the viewer intrigued. This is a great movie to watch for a good mind twist.