“It Takes a Christmas Village” Interview | Star Brooke Nevin, Star/Director Corey Sevier | The Filmcraziest Show

Here I spoke with actors Brooke Nevin and Corey Sevier (who also directs the film) about their work on the new Christmas romance film, "It Takes a Christmas Village," where Brooke Nevin plays a Mayor who plans a last-minute Christmas market to help the small shops in town. Coming to Super Channel on Dec. 1, with a limited, one-night only theatrical run tonight, Nov. 29.


The Filmcraziest Show – Robert Bockstael for Fatman (2020)

Here’s another episode of The Filmcraziest Show featuring a Christmas film, as I chat with Robert Bockstael (pictured in the featured image in the background on the right) who plays Captain Jacobs in the new Mel Gibson film Fatman. In Fatman, a rowdy, unorthodox Santa Claus (Gibson) fights to save his declining business by taking on a government contract proposed by the military, represented by Captain Jacobs (Bockstael). Meanwhile, Billy (Chance Hurtsfield), a neglected and bratty 12-year-old, hires a hit man (Walton Goggins) to kill Santa after receiving a lump of coal in his stocking. The film also stars Marianne Jean-Baptiste and Eric Wolfe, and it is written and directed by Eshom Nelms and Ian Nelms.

The Filmcraziest Show – Travis Irvine for Killer Raccoons 2: Dark Christmas In the Dark (2020)

On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, recorded at the tail end of September and released for the Christmas season, I spoke with writer and director Travis Irvine about his latest film Killer Raccoons 2: Dark Christmas in the Dark. The plot: On Christmas Eve, Casey Smallwood (Yang Miller) has just been released from prison after serving 10 years for underage drinking. He hops on the express train to Washington D.C., the Holiday Express, and it’s hijacked by an angry gang of domestic terrorists and government trained raccoons. Casey joins forces with a porter on the train to fight back against the terrorists. The film is written and directed by Travis Irvine.

Shudder Review: A Creepshow Holiday Special (TV Special 2020)

Directed by: Greg Nicotero. Starring: Anna Camp, Adam Pally, Pete Burris. Runtime: 46 min. A Creepshow Holiday Special follows Robert Weston (Adam Pally), a man trying to figure out the strange thing that has been happening to him every full moon. Believing himself to be a werewolf, he finds a support group called Shapeshifters Anonymous … Continue reading Shudder Review: A Creepshow Holiday Special (TV Special 2020)

The Filmcraziest Show – Nicholas Santos, Charles Gould, Quinn Jackson, “It Cuts Deep”

I’m back! For this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I was joined by writer/director Nicholas Santos, actor and comedian Charles Gould, and actress Quinn Jackson to chat about their new film It Cuts Deep, which released on November 13.

Review: Hosts (2020)

Directed by: Adam Leader, Richard Oakes. Starring: Neal Ward, Nadia Lamin, Frank Jakeman. Runtime: 1h 29 min. Released: October 2, 2020. Minor spoilers follow in this review. Christmas is a time for family and friends, where everyone can come together and rejoice in the Christmas spirit. The Henderson family learn the hard way that they … Continue reading Review: Hosts (2020)

Filmcraziest Interviews: Directors Adam Leader and Richard Oakes, and stars Neal Ward and Samantha Loxley on their new film HOSTS

I’m back with another interview and this time it’s for the newest Dark Sky Films release Hosts. I was joined by director and screenwriter Adam Leader; Richard Oakes, who directed, has a story by credit, edited and is the director of photography; as well as two stars of the film, Samantha Loxley as Lucy and … Continue reading Filmcraziest Interviews: Directors Adam Leader and Richard Oakes, and stars Neal Ward and Samantha Loxley on their new film HOSTS

Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)

  Released: November 9, 2018. Directed by: Yarrow Cheney, Scott Mosier. Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Cameron Seely, Rashida Jones. Runtime: 1h, 26 min. When I went to see “Overlord” in November, I overheard a mom saying to her kid “Are you excited for your first movie?” Knowing how cool it is to see your first movie … Continue reading Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (2018)