This episode's guest is filmmaker John Hancock, the director behind LET'S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH, BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY, CALIFORNIA DREAMING, and WOLFEN. John and I have a lengthy discussion about his life and career with special emphasis on his experience as the original director of JAWS 2. A rich, open conversation with one of film's most diverse voices that will be of special interest to JAWS aficionados.
Monday, May 18, 2020
In this episode of the Radio Hour podcast I answer your questions and randomly choose the winner of a Scream Factory IDLE HANDS Blu-ray! From writing to Halloween, through to Shout! Factory and beyond I address your inquiries in a wide-ranging entry that touches on many elements of my professional history. I hope you enjoy.
Friday, April 17, 2020
Filmmaker Mark Savage joins me for a wide-ranging discussion that includes his new movie PAIN KILLER, past efforts such as PURGATORY ROAD and STRESSED TO KILL, streaming services, the state of the industry, life in entertainment under the Covid umbrella, his work with me and Reverend Entertainment, physical media, and more. A treasured chat with a treasured friend. This episode is brought to you by Fright Rags (Fright-Rags.com) where you can use promo code RadioHour10 to save 10% on your next order from the greatest horror wearable and collectable company in the game today.
Monday, February 10, 2020
Due to a schedule shuffle with the next guest, I put a Q&A episode together where I address questions submitted via social media and email. Topics are diverse including my production process, challenges faced in putting some titles together, treasured nostalgic movies, favorite releases, and personal stories from behind the scenes. Many of these stories are being told for the first time and I hope you enjoy!
Friday, January 17, 2020
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Friday, January 3, 2020
Michael Felsher is a contemporary giant in the world of film documentary and special features with his production company Red Shirt Pictures. The list of films he has produced material for is a mile long and includes Anchor Bay, Synapse, Shout! Factory, among others. He has had relationships with some of the most beloved names in the horror genre, and has an endless roll of fascinating stories about his adventures in the trenches. In this discussion Michael and I cover a lot, from his diverse history in the world of video, to our shared history as fans, our battles with studios, and about the magic moments that reinforce why we do what we do. A blast and an honor.