DIGITAL UNDERGROUND #2: Life Insurance Lottery

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(Joshua Gilmore-Staff Writer)

What would you put on the line to enlarge your bank account? Would you risk your life for a slice of paradise? These are the questions posed to Bob in the new film “Life Insurance Lottery” and this film is the second entry into the Nowhere California Digital Underground.

“Life Insurance Lottery” is the new movie from Chuck Norfolk, Chuck is the creative mind behind the Nowhere favorite “Getting Schooled..” and he continues to elevate his cinematic eye in this unique thriller. This film takes you on a journey down easy street with Bob and his entry into an ultra secret club that promises a quick pay day, but Bob’s world is turned upside down as the body count begins to rise quicker then his bank account.

This film has assembled an excellent cast from the main characters to the background players, each performer helps you to believe this world and you can only hope for their success or failures, depending on their true motivation in this script. It’s hard to give the proper credit to every actor in this movie, because viewing this film will give the proper meaning behind that statement and I would highly recommend viewing this movie, but there are two performances that deserve acknowledgement on this page.
The first performance comes from Brad Potts. Brad plays Detective Gallagher, who crosses paths with the club and Bob throughout the movie. He is a grizzled investigator, who seems to have been on this case for a long time and is the greatest definition of a functioning alcoholic in film.

The second performance comes from Joe Grisaffi, who plays Bob’s best friend James and enters the secret club in the same hopes of cashing in. In the start of the movie, James isn’t sure what to take of this offer and quickly dives in. Joe’s performance can be described as multiple layers, from comedic to dramatic and deserves to be noticed.

As I said above, every performance from the cast and crew deserves to be acknowledged. There is a lot of passion that can be clearly seen on this production, this film deserves to be seen on multiple screens and Vimeo On Demand is the place to go.

In the debut of Nowhere California’s Digital Underground, we left the review to you the reader and recommended the title, this will not be different. “Life Insurance Lottery” is a great piece of independent cinema and we encourage everyone to give this movie a chance, so head to Vimeo On Demand or the link at the end of this piece and check out this movie. Also, when you’re finished, leave your thoughts for the filmmakers and let us know your thoughts about “Life Insurance Lottery”

WATCH Life Insurance Lottery NOW On VIMEO On Demand

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How Taz Spent His Halloween Vacation..

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(Joshua Gilmore- Staff Writer)

During Nowhere California’s coverage of the 2016 Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Convention, the guys from Nowhere crossed paths with a friend of con’s past and caught up with Taz.

The last time the team had crossed paths with Taz was at the 2014 Days of the Dead Convention, during the conventions Saturday morning cartoon screening and a friendship was formed through a alcohol charged commentary.

CLICK HERE For Nowhere California Presents Our Cartoon Commentary With Taz (25:00)

Since that chance meeting, we have been looking for a chance to cross paths with Taz and that opportunity came at this year’s Los Angeles Comic Con. There wasn’t a cartoon screening to riff our way through, but Taz and I had a great conversation about his return to the states. Also, the conversation delves into Taz’s musical life and his work with the band “As Flesh Decays” (CLICK HERE for As Flesh Decays EP “SINISTER”)
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CLICK HERE For Nowhere California Presents Our Conversation With Taz (12:18)

As with every convention, the people we meet are the highlights of every event and touching base with Taz was a definite highlight of the Los Angeles Comic Con. Thank you Taz for talking with us and, to everyone reading this, check out “As Flesh Decays” This level of death metal is perfect for any hardcore horror fan.

A New Episode And A Friendly Reminder..

(Joshua Gilmore-Staff Writer)

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The month of October starts out with 3 bangs and 2 of them came from the tires on Josh’s car. Anyways, here is episode 101 of Nowhere California.

In this installment, Josh takes a rough road trip and finishes his day at the house of MOD. As Josh and Doug back track Josh’s adventures of the day, their conversation delves into the topic of horror fandom and the mentality that surrounds this world.

CLICK HERE For Ep. 101- A Non-Horrific Desensitization

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Don’t forget Nowhere California is currently running a shirt campaign. CLICK HERE For Our Booster Campaign Page  and order your shirt today. The shirts cost $19.99 ($15.00 for the shirt and $4.99 for shipping) We are looking evolve the show and have something awesome for our listeners.

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Nowhere Toy Archive: “Weird Al” Action Figures…

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(Joshua Gilmore-Staff Writer)

Nowhere California is diving deep into the abyss of toys and collectibles to bring you the new or the forgotten. In this first installment, we are taking a look at the recent announcement from NECA Toys and their upcoming figures honoring the king of parody music, “Weird Al” Yankovic.

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NECA Toys released a preview of one of the figures of the collection. This classic Al figure is patterned towards his earlier days, as you can see with his glasses and short afro, but this edition will come with a more modern look and a second head. The second head depicts the present day Al, with long hair and clean shaven face.

There is no set release date of this figure and the other figures that will make up this collection, so for now we can only expect more eras of Al to be released and the loyal Al fans will be waiting in even worse anticipation.

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Which era of Al would you like to see in this collection? There are so many to choose from, will we see Al from UHF or a Claymation Al from the Jurassic Park video? Tell us your thoughts.

Tales From The Con: Long Live Jambi!

(Joshua Gilmore-Staff Writer)

Mekka Lekka Hi Mekka Hiney Ho! The guys from Nowhere have returned to the convention world and recently had the pleasure of covering the 2015 Stan Lee Comikaze. As with past conventions, this was an amazing experience for the entire Nowhere California team and we can’t wait to share our adventures with you through special editions of “Nowhere California Presents..”

In this first installment from our Comikaze coverage, Phil and Josh talk with the amazing John Paragon. The conversation ranges from his stellar career, inside and outside of Pee Wee’s Playhouse to the rage inducing commercials from the Sonic’s fast food chain.

Yes, Jambi is eating Josh’s head and Yes, you can listen to Nowhere California Presents Our Conversation with John Paragon NOW!