Tommy Lee Wallace: Halloween memories, IT, and Music

  Here’s a special Halloween treat for all of you. Tommy Lee Wallace joins me to discuss his memories on the Halloween franchise, the IT mini series, directing Fright Night 2 and Vampires 2, projects that never materialized, his time with John Carpenter and so much more. Halloween III is Continue with the brain picking…

Brian Williams talks Space Babes, not handling snakes, and not being Charlie Manson

Brian Williams returns to the podcast to discuss Space Babes from Outer Space, not handling snakes, not being Charlie Manson, independent film, the importance of supporting artists, and so much more. Brian’s been a friend of the show for years and is truly one of the best creative minds currently Continue with the brain picking…

At The Airport, Documentaries, And Oscarbating!

Nathan and I return to discuss Days of the Dead Indy, the greatness of Arrow Video releases, finally meeting Scout Taylor Compton, Diary of a Deadbeat, Frankenstein Created Bikers, and the dangers of Oscarbating (patent pending). We also announce our need for a theme song and we want you, the Continue with the brain picking…

Scott Schirmer: Plank Face,Bandit Motion Pictures, And The Merits Of Jurassic World

Longtime friend of the podcast, Scott Schirmer stops by to discuss his new film, Plank Face, Bandit Motion Pictures and the merits he see’s in Jurassic World. We also discuss Harvest Lake, the struggles of being a truly independent filmmaker, the art of filming a rape scene, making emotional films Continue with the brain picking…

Blair Bathory: The Horror Host With The Most

  The guest this episode is Blair Bathory. Blair is the creator/host of Fear Haus which is the home of the best independent horror short films in the world. I was honored to be invited to the Fear Haus set to speak with Blair on a litany of topics including Continue with the brain picking…

Can Evrenol- A Tour Of Hell with The Best Tour Guide

Nathan and I have been told to go to Hell on numerous occasions so for this episode we decided to go deep into the depths of Hell with the best tour guide we could find. Can Evrenol is the writer/director of Baskin, which hit us like a ton of bricks Continue with the brain picking…

Ken Hanley: Fangoria, Horror Media, & Sphere Throwing

  Ken Hanley joins me this episode to discuss his experiences at Fangoria, being the Editor-In-Chief, the current state of horror media, social media’s effect on the genre, and how great it would be to see Don Coscarelli singing karaoke while throwing Phantasm spheres. Fangoria is one of the staples Continue with the brain picking…

Sasquatch, Car Alarms, & Crabflies with the crew of The Sighting

  Adam Pitman, David Blair, and Life Noell are the guests this episode. We discuss their film The Sighting aka Paper Dolls. The Sighting is a film that has survived the distribution fight that independent films battle and now after ten years the film can be seen by all. Adam, Continue with the brain picking…

Jeff Burr: Whisper to a Scream, Eddie Presley, & Straight Into Darkness

    The guest this episode is writer/director, Jeff Burr. Jeff & I discuss his influences growing up in Georgia, his time at USC, working in the advertising department at New World Pictures with Jim Wynorski, Whisper to a Scream, Leatherface, Eddie Presley, and his current views of the genre. Continue with the brain picking…

Joe Bob Briggs 2: Chattanooga Boogaloo

This episode Nathan and I return to the Chattanooga Film Festival and welcome Joe Bob Briggs back to the show. We cover a litany of topics this episode including running moonshine in a Ford Escape, Gary Busey’s head dent, Capoeira, The Howling 7, his film studio, a new book he Continue with the brain picking…