Buy It or Burn It

Buy It or Burn It! w/ Leah Morningstar [Episode 5]

Hey, I’m back! From a complete and total life change! I moved out of Hollywood, ironically for a film making job with the amazing Brian Brushwood and crew. I finally got ‘settled’ and am back on schedule!

Don’t forget! Over the next year I will be putting all of my giant DVD collection for sale on ebay, and if they don’t sell, I will set them on fire. Sorry, world, but DVDs aren’t worth anything anymore. I can’t even remember the last time I opened up a plastic case, pried the disc away from those annoying plastic teeth, and put the disk into a device that could play discs.

You get the point, so sit back and enjoy the comedic ride as I bring in a group of talented LA comics to riff on my DVD collection.

This week, I am joined by the funny and talented Leah Morningstar:

Beauty and the Beast: https://ebay.us/hHYo19
Chasing Amy: https://www.ebay.com/itm/333028161634
When Harry Met Sally: https://www.ebay.com/itm/333028162096
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone: https://www.ebay.com/itm/333028163479
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets: https://www.ebay.com/itm/333028165833

Host: John Rael
Videography: Matthew David
Music: Anthony Shea, and Bryce Castillo

Upcoming episodes of Buy It or Burn It will include a diverse, talented, and hilarious rotating group of co-host comedians who have performed at comedy clubs and sketch shows around Los Angeles, including The Comedy Store, Second City, Laugh Factory, The Improv, and The Lab.  The co-hosts include  Kelsey LaneIzzy SalhaniLish BlissLeah MorningstarRay AndersonQuincy Johnson IIPallavi GunalanWilliam L. Toussaint, and Kat Dekari.  The title music for the show was created by composer Anthony Shea, whose work has been featured on Showtime’s Shameless.

“I think this might be the first show where items for sale are being publicly held hostage,” jokes John Rael, the host of Buy It or Burn It. ”If I want to watch a movie, I get it on Netflix.  Everything has gone streaming. Buy It or Burn It is a way to say goodbye to my worthless DVD collection while having  fun and getting laughs with some great comedians,”