As one half of the Caustic Critics, Stuart Feedback Andrews has been contributing interviews and reviews to Rue Morgue Radio since March, 2005. He''s also the host of Cinephobia Radio, a movie-themed podcast that features prolonged interrogations of well-known film personalities. Beyond that, Feedback is also very funny, dashingly handsome and absolutely fantastic in bed! And he''s a big fan of writing about himself in the third person, present tense.
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Nothing Left To Fear is available on DVD and Blu-ray via Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada.
Mr. Buck has kindly selected five lovely slices of exploitation filth and nastiness for our viewing endurement.
On the previous episode, we discussed Don Jones’s Schoolgirls In Chains (1973) and Frederick R. Friedel’s Kidnapped Coed (1976). You can listen to Vol. I HERE.
The idea is to pick five films within a particular theme.
For our debut episode, Mr. Buck has taken the title of the series literally. He’s kindly selected five lovely little slices of exploitation filth and nastiness for our viewing endurement.
On this installment, Aaron Poole, the star of Rue Morgue Cinema’s first feature film discusses the challenge of being the primary actor on a highly technical shoot with a ton of elaborately staged steadicam manoeuvres.
This is a great little chat with Mr. Poole who articulates his craft very well.
In part one of this video edition of the Rue Morgue Podcast, guitar genius Slash discusses his lifelong love of horror movies and gives us the scoop on Nothing Left To Fear, the first flick from his production company, Slasher Films.
Nothing Left To Fear will screen on Sept 19th across Canada for one night only as part of Sinister Cinema’s monthly horror film series. Slash and director Anthony Leonardi III will be in attendance at the Yonge Dundas Cineplex for a Q&A following the film.
Nothing Left To Fear hits DVD and Blu-ray on Oct. 8th via Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada.
If you missed Joe Dante’s Q&A from the 2013 Festival of Fear, the good news is we recorded it. The bad news is, the audio’s a bit wonky.
It’s just on the wrong side of being acceptable enough for the Rue Morgue Podcast but it’s still very listenable. So I’m uploading it anyway because it’s Joe Dante and he’s awesome and it’s a great interview!
Moderated by Rue Morgue’s Dave Alexander, Joe discusses upon all sorts of juicy bits and bobs, from his early fascination with Saturday afternoon matinees and Famous Monsters of Filmland to working with the likes of Roger Corman, Rob Bottin and Bruce Dern to making movies like Piranha, The Howling, The Twilight Zone, The ‘Burbs, Amazon Women on the Moon, The Hole and of course, Gremlins.
Actual studio exec dialogue as revealed by Mr. Dante in this Q&A:
Exec: These GREMLINS are so disgusting. They blow their nose on the curtains. And do we need to have so many of them?
Spielberg: Well, we could cut them all out and call the movie, PEOPLE!
John Alan Simon was one of the men responsible for resurrecting The Wicker Man following its doomed 1973 release. With his distribution company Abraxas, Simon and partner Sterling Smith reissued the film in the United States in 1979 where it quickly found an appreciative audience and generated much of the critical acclaim it enjoys today.
Simon is also the director of the upcoming Philip K. Dick adaptation, Radio Free Albemuth which will be self distributed thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign: https://www.facebook.com/rfamovie.
From little Jamie Lloyd in the original Halloween sequels to little Annie Brackett in the Rob Zombie remakes, veteran actor Danielle Harris has evolved into America’s most beloved Scream Queen and a bonafide horror icon.
Recently, the delightful Ms. Harris was taken to the Rue Morgue Manor for a full scale Rue Morgue Podcast video interrogation. Along with a discussion of some of her most recent projects, Hatchet III and her directorial debut, Among Friends, Danielle answered some of the fan questions posted on the Anchor Bay Canada Facebook page HERE.
On this installment of the Production Diaries, we point the lens at the writer & director of THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF ROSALIND LEIGH, Mr. Rodrigo Gudiño.
The man behind the Rue Morgue empire comes clean on his penchant for ‘religious horror,’ his inspiration for the movie and the current status of his ‘long in the works’ splatter Western CUT THROAT’S NINE.
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