I do not believe I have laughed so much during a podcast! https://youtu.be/_17pUsa03bE In this episode we look at the ups and downs of NOSTALGIA in current TV - this covers Stranger Things, Cobra Kai and The Mandalorian. We discuss how Star Wars regained its fanbase with The Mandalorian, if Cobra Kai would stand up... Continue Reading →
I was so grateful to catch up with filmmaker Clint Carney - a true all-round master at multiple forms of creativity. Clint started in props and art, working on the hugely popular Scream 4 which lead into acting and writing his own scripts - check out his dark horror Dry Blood which you can see now on Prime.
The multi-talented Kelton Jones transitions seemlessly between acting, directing, producing, screenwriting, and cinematography - but thats not all as you listen to this podcast.
Join me in the second part of my chit-chat with actor Jeff Hatch. We continue to talk The Crumbs and Indie films, Jeff's choices for Christmas viewing and what his plans are for 2021.
We also talk about his favourite role he has played where he was up against acting giants Peter Fonda and Bruce Dern. Jeff, a multi-talented actor, discusses how his audition for The Crumbs was a turning point for the story itself, his English accent is certainly better than mine!
We explored how Indie films may have more creative license particulary with darker sides of a story and what inspired this tale of this bizarre family who in all their weirdness, reflect most modern family struggles and dynamics.
Arne jumped back on the podcast to update me on further horror recommendations he didn't want to miss out. This is the fourth and final part of our horror film podcast and therefore ends the Halloween season on The Mighty Dragon. Thank you to Arne and all the contributors who have added a touch of terror to The Mighty Dragon.
In this podcast we discuss the best horror films of the 2000s and 2010s and Arne adds more recommendations to this list. Including one for 2020!
Yesterday we spoke about 60's and 70's horror film classics - today we discuss 80s and 90s horror films. Arne has his own recommendations from anime, Italian, Australian and Hong Kong horror movies. Please check it out. if you like it, please SHARE! Thank you!
When I started the Halloween series on here, I asked my interviewee's what their favourite horror film is - but with Arne, he knew SO MUCH about horror that we discussed all of them! Hence these podcasts being in four parts! In this first podcast we go through the 60's and 70's. Arne also educated me on other horror films, Italian and Australian ones, that have been added to my need to watch list.
I was keen to hear how this year has impacted projects and how he has moved other projects forward during the pandemic. Of course we discuss horror films and also his picks from the list of horror flicks through the decades.