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New on Wednesday, August 29th at 7:00PM ET

New for the Decipher the Media Podcast, videos will finally be up on the YouTube channel for both episode #6 and episode #7!

Brandon Keenan and Gena Weiss talk about their indie film premiere:

Back before the premiere of our indie film Body Farm in January, I had the chance to sit down with Brandon Keenan (Actor, Co-Producer, Co-Director) and Gena Weiss (Actor) about their roles on the production of Body Farm. We touched on what it took to get into their roles in front of the camera. We also discussed a lot of what went on behind the camera and the kind of fun we had while producing the film. And, as this is a horror film, we touched on the gory effects that made this production come to life. From beginning to end, here are the many things that go into producing an independent horror feature film!

Gee Marsh highlights E3 2018 and gaming culture:

This is the first video game episode of the podcast as Gee Marsh joins to talk about many of the things that came to the Electronic Entertainment Expo this year! Join us as we break down the E3 conferences hosted my many of the big names in the video game industry, as well as many trending topics in gaming.

Both video episodes will be available this Wednesday, August 29th at 7:00PM Eastern Time!

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