Murder? and Trinity

This episode features two comedies. “Murder?” is a broad send-up of both “reality television” and slasher films. Barry Bostwick appears in a cameo role as himself. The film was made by St. Louis native Adam Hall, who went on to get his Master of Fine Arts in film from USC and now produces two shows for National Geographic television in Los Angeles.

“Trinity” is the very funny story of three well-known actors having lunch in a diner. Mark Hamill, Carrie Fischer and Harrison Ford are all, to one degree of another, bitter and cynical about the prospect of a new “Star Wars” trilogy from Disney. “Trinity” was directed, written and edited by Wyatt Weed, who also stars as Ford.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am