Misfits and Mysteries Ft. Brendan Steere, the genius behind the Velocipastor
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Howdy Misfits! Get ready for a dino-filled episode as Emmy takes us through the crazy story of spinosaurus — a dinosaur you’ve seen in coloring books, but clearly haven’t really gotten to know. Then, Steve and Emmy chat with with the man, the myth, the legend: Brendan Steere, writer and director of the cult film sensation, Velocipastor! We talk about pastors turning into paper mache T-Rex’s, the low-budget film industry, and so much more. Don’t worry, if you haven’t already seen the film, Steve and Emmy break it down for you at the beginning of the episode.  Don’t forget to check out our friends at Wine, Dine and Story Time podcast,  as well as Page Turners and Button Mashers Podcast.  You can find Brendan Steere on his website, Twitter: @brendansteere, and instagram: @Brendansteere  If you want to hear more from Steve and Emmy (and why wouldn’t you), remember to tune in every Thursday for more mind-blowing and hysterical content. You can also check out our blog on our website: misfitsandmysteries.com And be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @podcast_misfits ! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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