Filmmakers Desiree Connell and Scott B. Hansen talk about their indie horror feature Bad Candy. Movie is headlined by Zach Galligan (Gremlins) and Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor. Interview starts at the 8:00 minute mark!
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During the 20-minute conversation, Callies talked about creating Aftershock and why she decided to creatively venture into the podcast space. She also gave her thoughts on NFTs (non-fungible tokens) and briefly discussed why she The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert is one of her favorite flicks.
Hey guys! Had to reload this episode because this feed actually had an interview with another director instead of Summertime director Carlos Lopez Estrada and Raul Herrera. Anyways, if you already listened to it last week, apologies!
It was a pleasure to interview DirectorCarlos López Estradaand spoken word artist/educatorRaul Herrera forSummertime. The ambitious feature centers on the lives of 25 young Los Angeles inhabitants who have their own dreams and ambitions. A sweeping and at times evocative look at these diverse and inspiring lives, Summertime is one of my favorite films of 2021.
I’m offering up four (4) Digital Codes of Summertime for people who subscribe (or are subscribers) to my Deepest Dream YouTube Channel. Once you subscribe, email email@example.com to confirm your entry. Winners will be notified by email!!
Here is my interview with Gangs of London director Xavier Gens (he directed episodes 6-8 of the first season). The series is co-created by Gareth Evans, the filmmaker behind The Raid: Redemption and Apostle.
During the interview, Gens talked about his directing approach to Gangs of London and collaborating with Evans on the series. Plus, he looks back on his own career (which includes the films Frontier(s), The Divide, and Cold Skin). Genre filmmaking is a big passion for Gens, as he cites The Thing (John Carpenter), Robocop (Paul Verhoeven), and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Tobe Hooper) as movies that have heavily influenced him.
Here’s my interview with “Fully Realized Humans“ actors and co-writers Joshua Leonard and Jess Weixler. Feature hits VOD via Gravitas Ventures on July 30. I absolutely love this comedy and it comes highly recommended!
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Episode Timestamp: 0:00 – intro 10:14 – Working with co-stars Tom Bower, Beth Grant and Michael Chieffo 13:03 – There’s a triggering (and hilarious) scene in the movie involving Hummus! They talk about it. 14:54 – Jess on shooting the film while 8 months pregnant. 16:12 – Josh on the similarities between Fully Realized Humans andThe Lie (the previous movie he worked on with Jess). 18:36 – Jess and Josh talk about NFTs (non-fungible tokens)
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I absolutely love the comedy-drama Together Togetherwhich stars Ed Helms and Patti Harrison. During my interview with director-writer Nikole Beckwith, she talked about approaching her story from a very “internal” place. She also talks about why “It’s a Wonderful Life” is one of her favorite films.
Beckwith also talks about the ending of Together Together, and that audio is exclusive to our CinemAddicts Patreon members.
On the latest episode of CinemAddicts, we review and preview the month of March. Although Greg wanted to simply talk about his playdate with Anderson, Atticus, and Clare, Anderson was more of a professional. Thus the features Concrete Cowboy, the Joaquin Phoenix produced Gunda, and Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse (starring Michael B. Jordan) are covered.
Plus, is Anderson Cowan going vegetarian after Seaspiracy? Will Greg ever leave the house and actually go to a movie theater? And what is this possible life changing mobvie called About Endlessness? Take a listen and thanks for supporting our show fellow movie buffs!!
Our Patreon bonus episode will focus on the year 1972!
Here is my interview with Emily Tosta as she talks about her new film Willy’s Wonderland (co-starring Nicolas Cage). Also covered include her experiences on Mayans M.C. and forming the foundating Karttos Internationalwith her Venezuelan mother.
Willy’s Wonderland is now available On Demand(Anderson & I receive a small commission if you purchase through the Amazon link). FYI I really enjoyed this movie, hit us up on CinemAddicts Facebook Group and tell us what you think of the movie and the Emily Tosta interview (full Q&A is up on my Deepest Dream site).
Tosta talks about the ending of Willy’s Wonderland exclusively on our CinemAddicts Patreon, just fyi! So expect a Spoiler type episode for Willy’s Wonderland for our Patreon community!
Lastly, is Raya and the Last Dragon worth watching?? I give a quick reaction to the movie as well!
On the latest Flick City, I interview “Cowboys” director Anna Kerrigan and actress Jillian Bell. Cowboys is now available in Virtual Cinemas and VOD. I also interviewed Simon Bird, director of “Days of the Bagnold Summer” which hits Virtual Cinemas and VOD on February 19 (it hits DVDMarch 23).