Ralph has been watching, shooting, and editing films since the age of 12.
His parents were the first on the block to own a VHS camera, and somewhere in Ralph’s childhood boxes is a recording of Richard Nixon’s resignation and Hank Aaron’s record breaking home run. That passion lead him into an over 30 year career as an award winning editor and director in film and video production for network, corporate, and advertising clients. Ralph was also voted into Baseball Hall of Fame at the age of 13



Born on the extreme tail end of the Baby Boom, Sean has written fourteen produced feature films. He is a 2012 recipient of the $50,000 Kairos Prize for Screenwriting. A series of narrative shorts he wrote for the FBI Counter-Intelligence Division have won a combined six Emmys. He also works as an editor for various television networks.



Is his name Al? We're not sure, but what we do know is that he is a product of 80's slasher films and heavy metal.  Since he's not quite Gen X and not quite Millennial, he considers himself a part of the Oregon Trail micro-generation. (He played Oregon Trail on the Mac II in school.)  Al is a sound enthusiast and is the recordist for the show.



Having grown up in Egypt watching Walker Texas Ranger and Jackie Chan films, Hassan missed out on the true culture of American cinema. It wasn’t until he started working towards his degree in film studies that he was exposed to the artistry of story telling and cinematography. Now he goes on a trip back through time as he sees what it was like to grow up in the 70’s and 80’s around all the classics through the the eyes of his fellow podcasters while adding his unique perspective.