LoadingReadyRun makes comedy and entertainment.


We produce original shorts and series on YouTube, and hours of gaming and variety content on Twitch. We really like what we make, and we hope you will do. Founded in 2003 by Graham Stark and Paul Saunders, LoadingReadyRun is independently operated in Victoria, BC.

Here are some shows you might have seen:

Friday Nights - Sitcom, the LRR crew plays Magic: The Gathering, originally produced for Wizards of the Coast
CheckPoint - Satirical news show, a look at video game industry news
The Panalysts - Panel show, a panel of improvisers solves The Real Problems
Crapshots - Short-form sketch comedy, zero-to-jokes in ~60 seconds.
commodoreHUSTLE - Sitcom, fictionalized versions of the LRR crew try to make comedy
Dice Friends - Tabletop role-playing adventures, featuring Dungeons & Dragons and more
Road Quest - Road trip reality/doc, 6 comedians get sent on a quest into Canada’s north
LoadingReadyRun Streams - Our Twitch channel is run like a TV network, weekly shows with different hosts. See the full schedule here.

Qwerpline - Comedy podcast, fictional radio broadcasts from the town of Nsburg
TapTapConcede - Magic podcast, casual discussions of casual Magic
North 100 - Magic podcast, focussing on the Canadian Highlander format
Sidewalk Slam - Pro-Wrestling podcast, a look at pro-wrestling storytelling and narratives
From Rewatch with Love - James Bond podcast, rewatching the series with a loving but critical eye
Countdown to Infinity - Marvel Cinema podcast, reviewing every MCU movie

You might also remember us from these shows we’ve produced:

Strip Search - Cartooning competition reality series for Penny Arcade
Tabletop Deathmatch - Tabletop game competition reality show for Cards Against Humanity
Unskippable - Riffing on video game cinematic, aired on The Escapist
Feed Dump - Commentary on weird news of the week
ENN - Escapist News Network, satirical look at gaming news, aired on The Escapist
Daily Drop - High-speed of things breaking, aired on The Escapist

Since 2007, we’ve helped raise money for Child's Play Charity as a part of the Desert Bus for Hope gaming marathon. By 2019, we’ve raised over $6 million for children’s hospitals all over the world, with no end in sight to our community’s generosity. Amazing what you can do by playing the world’s most boring video game for a week-straight.

LRR videos have been featured at the Comic Con International Film Festival in San Diego, won numerous awards at the Vancouver Island Short Film Festival, and have been shown on major TV networks worldwide, including G4 TechTV, The CW, TruTV, NBC, UK Channel 4, UK Channel 5, MTV and CNN. Sometimes they’ve even asked us permission first!

LRR strives to spread and encourage positivity, and be a welcoming place to our terrific community. We create videos and stream games because we love them, and we’re passionate about entertaining you.

General Inquiries: [email protected]

THE CREW:

Graham Stark

Graham Stark

Email - Twitter - Blog
Paul Saunders

Paul Saunders

Email - Blog
Brendan "Beej" Dery

Brendan "Beej" Dery

Twitter
Heather Dery

Heather Dery

Twitch - Twitter
Kathleen De Vere

Kathleen De Vere

Email - Twitter
Coriander Dickinson

Coriander Dickinson

Twitter
Matt Griffiths

Matt Griffiths

Twitter
Ian Horner

Ian Horner

Website - Twitter
Cameron Lauder

Cameron Lauder

Twitch - Twitter
Adam Savidan

Adam Savidan

Twitch - Twitter
Alex Steacy

Alex Steacy

Twitter
James Turner

James Turner

Email - Twitter - Twitch
Ben Ulmer

Ben Ulmer

Twitch - Twitter
Serge Yager

Serge Yager

Twitch - Twitter


CONTRIBUTORS:

Banner art: Atomic Marshmallow
Headshot art: M. Lunsford & Leelee Scaldaferri