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Episode 090: CHAINED

on November 2, 2012 | 2 Comments

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Halloween is over but we’re keeping the horror alive on the Rue Morgue Podcast.

But how do we follow an interview with the legendary George A. Romero?

Well, how about another chat with the inimitable Jennifer Lynch?

The day after the world premiere at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal, I sat down with Ms. Lynch to talk about her latest horror flick, CHAINED. It stars Vincent D’Onofrio as a lumbering serial killer named Bob who kidnaps a young boy named Rabbit and attempts to train him in the nefarious craft of murdering young women.

Excerpts of this ran in the Halloween edition of Rue Morgue Magazine but here for the first time is the complete interview with one of the most candid and honest filmmakers I’ve ever had the pleasure to talk to.

Endure.

:- FDBK

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Responses to Episode 090: CHAINED

  1. Nick English says:

    Great podcast! Jennifer Lynch is as entertaining an interview subject as she is a director. That line about the Kardashians had me laughing out loud.

    Chained is a really great movie, too. One thing you guys didn’t talk about which I thought was a stroke of minor genius is how she did the end credits.

    Has that ever been done? I’ve never seen it before.

  2. Facundo Campos says:

    Great interview. Absolutely great. I’m gonna check out the movie not only because D’Onofrio is probably the best character actor alive but because Jennifer Lynch seems like a director that “gets it”. Oh and thanks so much for the spoiler warning, I managed to walk away spoiler free.

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