Rich Dalzotto returns to be our guest panelist tonight. Great movies to get you in the Halloween mood. I think this is the only podcast that came with a meal, also, but you’ll see what we mean. But stay away from the flutes, people!
Due to technical issues, Sandy Stuhlfire was not able to appear on this week’s program. Mike was out so we were down to Drew and Tim and these two blowhards were able to put in a full length program! Along with everything else, Tim reviews his new MoviePass and the non-horror movie that is horror-ible, mother! (http://amzn.to/2k5rkjx)
Lizzie Mears introduces herself to our listeners with an epic review of It (2017)! There was no clowning around in this show as we break down the highest earning R-rated horror movie EVER! Then the rest of boys talk a little.
Tonight, we introduce you to a new guest panelist, Sandy Stuhlfire, and I think you will find the reviews tonight compelling! We get a little bit of a history lesson and some warnings….all in one great program!
Amid some of the worst technical issues ever with our live programming, we soldier on without a vacationing Coach Mike. Our very special guest panelist, Tracey de Leon, in particular makes it throughout the battle, while Drew retreats. It’s a war out there!
We welcome our new panelist friend, Portia Chellelynn, on tonight’s show. We talk about Drew’s secret desires, Portia’s ambivalence toward film review, and Mike’s hatred of arthouse film. Make sure you don’t miss a second. (Video does have some glitches, but the audio file is complete–don’t worry!) Happy Shark Week, everyone!
April Bogenschutz is becoming one of my favorite guests on “Scream at the Screen.” Obviously, she is gorgeous and charming, but in this episode, we invited Chase Smith, the director of her films at Spirit World Productions, to get us up to date with the filmmaking community in Atlanta, Georgia.
We even hear a little about “Dream Me A Dream.” But…no spoilers!!!
Leah Wiseman is the star of Horse Creek Productions’ new film: Family Possessions. Leah tells us about how she came to star in this indie film making the film festival and convention circuit right now.
She’s a lovely lady and I’m sure you will love this great interview with her.
Tonight, Mike, Drew and Tim get to review a real variety of horror movies. Indies to multi-million epics. Celebrities in movies they don’t really want to be in, and some that may change their mind about the movie later. It’s a slam bang episode from our Faculty of Fear.