In The Pale Door, after a train robbery goes bad, two brothers, Duncan (Zachary Knighton) and Jake (Devin Druid), leading a gang of cowboys must survive the night in a ghost town inhabited by a coven of witches. The film is directed by Aaron B. Koontz and is written by Cameron Burns, Koontz and Keith … Continue reading The Filmcraziest Show – Aaron B. Koontz for “The Pale Door”
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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 – Kiel McNaughton, for The Legend of Baron To’a (2020)
On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I was joined by New Zealand director Kiel McNaughton to talk about his newest film The Legend of Baron To’a, which was released On Demand on December 3.
The Filmcraziest Show – Francesco Giannini, “Hall”
On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I'm joined by co-writer and director Francesco Giannini of the Canadian pandemic horror Hall, which just had its Canadian Premiere as a part of the Blood in the Snow Film Festival at the end of October, where Giannini recently won the Best Director award, as well. The film depicts the very … Continue reading The Filmcraziest Show – Francesco Giannini, “Hall”
The Filmcraziest Show – Amelia Moses, Lauren Beatty, Katharine King So, “Bloodthirsty”
On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show to talk about the film Bloodthirsty, a Canadian werewolf horror film that just had its Canadian premiere at the Blood in the Snow Film Festival. I was joined by director Amelia Moses, as well as actresses Lauren Beatty (who plays the lead role of Grey), as well as Katharine King So (who plays Grey’s girlfriend, Charlie).
The Filmcraziest Show – John Hsu for “Detention”
On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show (note, that when this was recorded I still referred to it as Filmcraziest Interviews), I chatted with John Hsu, the director and co-writer of the Taiwanese horror film based on a video game of the same name, Detention. (My review of the film out of Fantasia can be … Continue reading The Filmcraziest Show – John Hsu for “Detention”