As one half of the Caustic Critics, Stuart Feedback Andrews has been contributing interviews and reviews to Rue Morgue Radio since March, 2005. He''s also the host of Cinephobia Radio, a movie-themed podcast that features prolonged interrogations of well-known film personalities. Beyond that, Feedback is also very funny, dashingly handsome and absolutely fantastic in bed! And he''s a big fan of writing about himself in the third person, present tense.
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Here’s the first of a special four part “video” incarnation of The Rue Morgue Podcast featuring the writing / directing team behind the critically acclaimed feminist rape revenge epic American Mary starring Katherine Isabelle.
American Mary hits DVD and Blu-ray tomorrow courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada.
We caught up with them at Nocturne at 550 Queen Street West to discuss their latest feature American Mary.
American Mary hits DVD and Blu-ray on June 18th courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada.
:- Winston The Homicidal Computer
Jen & Sylvia Soska a.k.a. The Twisted Twins dropped into Toronto recently for the Sinister Cinema screening of their latest feature American Mary and to promote the film’s upcoming home video release.
I caught up with them at Nocturne at 550 Queen Street West to conduct another full scale interrogation.
Generally speaking, interviewing the Soska Sisters is a piece of cake. You just press record, stand back and duck for cover before they EXPLODE!
But this time, it was made even easier as all the questions came courtesy of fans via the Anchor Bay Canada Facebook Page:
American Mary hits DVD and Blu-ray on June 18th.
On this installment, Feedback and Lance talk Ray Harryhausen, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, The Rondo Hatton Awards, Buttercups, Butter Tarts, Butter Chicken and trade notes on a true icon of Canadian horror: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
All the problems of the world get solved in this episode.
In anticipation of their appearance in Toronto to screen their critically acclaimed feature American Mary, Jen & Sylvia Soska will return to The Rue Morgue Podcast – but this time, they’re gonna take questions from the fans.
Drop by the Anchor Bay Canada Facebook page to pose a question for the twins:
The deadline for questions is Tuesday, May 28th at 11 PM EST.
Select entries will be included on their upcoming appearance on The Rue Morgue Podcast.
American Mary will screen across Canada on Thurs, May 30th at participating Cineplex theatres as part of Raven Banner’s Sinister Cinema series.
It hits DVD and Blu-ray on June 18th through Anchor Bay Canada.
It’s the inaugural broadcast from The Rue Morgue Vault of Horror! And we couldn’t have picked a more suitable subject for our maiden voyage than Mr. Don Coscarelli, director of cult favourites Phantasm, Bubba Ho-Tep and most recently, John Dies At The End, currently available on home video in the highly popular DVD and Blu-ray formats.
Also, joining Don and Feedback in the Vault is none other than Rue Morgue’s Editor in Chief, Dave Alexander along with everyone’s favourite electronic terrorist, the irrepressible Winston The Homicidal Computer.
And we have a new contest as well! A chance to win either a Vinyl or CD copy of Orgasmo Sonore’s Revisiting Obscure Film Music Volume Two.
Back in 2009, we interviewed Mr. Harryhausen about his book A Century of Stop Motion Animation: From Melies to Aardman (co-authored with Tony Dalton) and ran excerpts on a Rue Morgue Radio tribute show. But on this episode, we’re proud to bring you the complete interview with this incredibly influential filmmaker and special effects genius.
Rest In Peace, Ray. So long and thanks for all the misunderstood creatures!
The Q&A was hosted by Rue Morgue’s editor in chief, Dave Alexander.
p.s. Thanks to James King from the Lightbox for recording this for the podcast.
On this episode, we’re delighted to bring you a Q&A with the gorgeous Rose McGowan recorded at the 2012 Festival of Fear in Toronto. Ms. McGowan is best known to horror fans for her roles in Death Proof, Planet Terror, Scream and the television series Charmed.
The Q&A was moderated by Cynthia Loyst from The Space Channel.
p.s. Thanks to Andrea Subissati from The Faculty of Horror for recording this for the podcast.
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