Get ready for a whirlwind tour through the latest in entertainment with the Senior Director of Communications for Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, Crackle, and Redbox, author, speaker, and world traveler, Chris Woolsey. From binge-worthy biopics like “BlackBerry” to the timeless laughs of “Everybody Hates Chris,” Chris dives into the shows and movies that are making waves and evoking nostalgia.
In this episode of Beyond the Mic with Sean Dillon, Chris shares his international adventures, including a surprising love affair with Paris, and the quirks of European travel that make you appreciate the comforts of home. But it’s not just about the laughs and the sights; Chris also brings us spine-tingling recommendations like “The Night Eats the World,” and the pulse-pounding action of “13 Assassins.”
Looking for something under the radar? Chris has you covered with the gripping documentary “Hollywood Bulldogs: The Rise and Falls of the Great British Stuntman.” Plus, for those seeking culinary inspiration without breaking the bank, “Lydia’s Kitchen” is the series to watch.
As Chris sets his sights on better time management and teases an exciting new podcast project, he also ponders the return of beloved actor Bruce Campbell to the screen. Join us for this exhilarating journey through the highs and lows of entertainment, and find out which films and series are worth your screen time. This is Binge Watching Beyond the Mic, where binge-watching is not just a hobby, it’s a way of life.