We’re putting the pedal to the metal on this episode of BEHIND THE LENS with writer/director/producer DEON TAYLOR talking everything TRAFFIK. Already an established, and admittedly self-taught, director, TRAFFIK is completely representative of Deon as a […]
Join host Jonathan Moody, co host Donnie Sturges, and special guests Michele Rangel and Lito Velasco as they all chat about Saved by The Bell
Hot on the heels of 1984’s Nightmare on Elm Street, and hot to cash in on this Freddy fellow, Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge follows Jessie, the weirdo […]
It’s that time! Time again for the TCM CLASSIC FILM FESTIVAL and to help get everyone in the mood (as if anyone needs to be in the mood for classic […]
This week the boys decided to check out more YouTube than normal, we decided to cover the follow up to the Karate Kid series Cobra Kai.
The 44th Seattle International Film Festival runs from May 17, 2018 through June 10, 2018 and Aaron is joined by returning guest host, and fellow Seattle film critic, Mike Ward to discuss some of the many films SIFF has to offer moviegoers this year.
In this second round of Seattle International Film Festival coverage, Matt Oakes from Silver Screen Riot joins Aaron to discuss and make recommendations for some of the films they’ve seen. (Showtimes for SIFF screenings are included with each review.)
Pet Sematary 2 “Why did you dig up my wife?” Mary Lambert, director of the original Pet Sematary, comes back for more Micmac Burial Ground madness in this 1992 sequel, […]
Dee is joined by special guest Ben, of Faklandia Brewing for Episode 2 of Apocalypse month. We chat about the different beers they brew before talking about This is the End.
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Joining us for Episode 109 is a special first time guest – soundtrack superfan, and film music reporter and media reporter, Benson Farris. We discuss first-time director Matt Schrader’s Score: A Film Music Documentary, which was shot over a 2 1/2-year period after raising more than $160,000 through two crowd-funding campaigns.
We interview a viral horror icon, David Howard Thornton. His portrayal
of Art the Clown in Terrifier has set social media ablaze. We are so thrilled he took some time out of his busy schedule to talk about this buzz worthy movie.