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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 Brock Wilbur joins "The Fort" Podcast to talk about an odd murder, awkward 911 comedy, breaking a guys nose at a Ben Folds concert and a guy with one hell of a scheme to get people to pay for his cocaine habbit. Brock can be seen performing and stand-up around the country. He recently released a comedy special called "28 Years Later." Brock, Kevin, Ed and Mike perform two radio sketches: "The Reluctant Drug Smuggler," written by Ed Galvez and "Sexiest Man Alive," written by Kevin Ford. Stick around for "The Fort Wrap-up" as Ed talks about seeing the new OZ film. For more on Brock Wilber visit his site at http://brockwilbur.com. And a very happy Saint Patty's day to all!
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.