Jeff and I try something completely different tonight as we show you how to cook up a mouth watering Chicken Philly Sub. Then we sit down to dine while we watch, “Neon Maniacs”, and offer up our review immediately after. Neither Jeff, nor myself have seen this film before, so this should be interesting to say the least. So grab your skillet and warm up the DVD player… it’s time for Dinner And A Horror Movie.
Things do more than go bump in the night on this special Halloween installment of Erase/Rewind as Jeff and I discuss the scores of the all-time classics in the horror genre. Films covered are: Frankenstein, Bride Of Frankenstein, The Wolfman, The Thing From Another World, John Carpenter’s The Thing, Psycho, Suspiria, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Halloween, Phantasm, Poltergeist, A Nightmare On Elm Street, Hellraiser, and more. Please join us… if you are not too scared.
After a long hiatus, E/R is back. Jeff and I discuss where we have been, and what took so long. We offer a little behind the scenes info on the making of “Movie Apocalypse”, our new movie review show. Also on the menu is E/R’s new format and the up-and-coming documentaries, “The F-Word”, and “The People Vs. George Lucas”. Lastly, we explain why films by the likes of Rob Zombie and Eli Roth do nothing for us. Especially compared to films like the original “Halloween” and “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”.
Trailer for my new review show, “Movie Apocalypse”.
My interview with writer, director, and producer, Todd Roy. Todd is currently the producer of such web-series as “The Jace Hall Show”, “The Legend Of Neil”, and “Chadam”. Todd and I discuss the ups and downs of his early years in internet distribution with the kung-fu comedy, “Kwoon”, right on up to working with named talent as Ice-T, Felicia Day, and Stan Lee on “The Jace Hall Show”. Anyone considering producing a web-series, or film of their own should listen to this interview. Other topics of discussion are: Duke Nukem Forever, Fallout Vegas, and World Of Warcraft. For more information about Todd Roy and Jace Hall productions, please head on over to: http://www.hdfilms.com.
Part 2 of 2 of our John Carpenter retrospect. Films covered: They Live, Prince Of Darkness, Village Of The Damned, Ghosts Of Mars, Escape From L.A., Masters Of Horror, and Memoirs Of An Invisible Man.
Josh Hadley returns to discuss the movies and career of John Carpenter with me. In part 1 of this 2 parter, we cover his promising start with films like Dark Star, Assault on Precinct 13, and Halloween, to John C’s more mainstream works such as, Starman and Big Trouble In Little China. Other films discussed are The Thing, Christine, and Escape From New York.
On this episode we ask the question, “where have all the ‘human’ heroes gone in today’s cinema?” From past cinematic greats; like Gary Cooper, and James Stewart, to the two-fisted tough guys like Steve McQueen, John Wayne, and Lee Marvin. From the rise of 80′s action heroes such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chuck Norris, and Sylvester Stallone, to the Impossible heroics of Batman, Superman, X-Men, and Thor. We cover a lot of ground in this near epic episode, even daring to ask the harder questions about why there doesn’t appear to be more hero-like qualities in people at large any longer. Controversial figures such as: Mel Gibson, Michael Vick, and Lindsay Lohan are also discussed.
This go around Jeff and I discuss those films that we all personally love, but generally don’t discuss with others for fear of being ridiculed or ostracized. We are of course talking about, guilty pleasures. Films discussed this episode are: Star Crash, Xanadu, Waterworld, Ultraman, The Wizard Of Speed And Time, Godzilla movies, Beastmaster, King Kong ’76, Zone Troopers, plus more… We will be silenced no more.