What's up, podcast listeners? We are back with another edition of the Sound and Fury podcast. Episode 15 features actor and longtime friend to the blog, Parry Shen, who stars in the recently released indie sci-fi horror comedy Unidentified, now available on DVD, Video on Demand and Digital Download.
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I have to apologize yet again for the sound quality on this one. I messed up the settings while we were recording -- fifteen episodes in and I still don't know what I'm doing -- so the overall levels are rather low and inconsistent throughout the episode. It's rough, but listen-able. And I guess it'll have to do.
So without further ado, check out my conversation with Parry Shen...
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Episode 15: Parry Shen
In episode fifteen, I talk to actor Parry Shen about the business of breaking into Hollywood, getting his soap opera sleaze on, and drawing inspiration from Raj, Rerun and the gang.
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Some notes about this episode:
- For more information about Unidentified, now available on DVD, Video on Demand and Digital Download, visit the movie's official website and follow updates on Facebook.
- For more on Parry, head over to his website, get updates on Facebook and follow him on Twitter.
- To get the full rundown of Parry's film and TV credits, check out IMDb.
- Learn more about Secret Identities and Shattered, the Asian American superhero comics anthologies Parry co-edited Keith Chow, Jerry Ma and Jeff Yang.
- Watch Parry behaving very badly as Brad Cooper on General Hospital.
- Read Parry's old Xanga site. Yes, Xanga!
- If you haven't seen Justin Lin's Better Luck Tomorrow, what the heck are you waiting for? Required viewing, yo. The DVD is currently only $4.11 on Amazon. It's also available from Amazon Instant and iTunes.
- And just for the hell of it, here's the opening sequence for What's Happening?