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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Lance not only reveals his top five Twilight Zone episodes but also a litany of neuroses, anxieties, sensitives and wish fulfillment fantasies we never knew he possessed (although looking back, we were probably better off not knowing!)
Like many fans of their feminist rape revenge indie American Mary, I was a bit blindsided by news that the next movie coming from the Soska Sisters was a sequel to the 2006 WWE Studios produced slasher flick starring champion wrestler Glenn Jacobs, a.k.a. Kane.
And given how quickly it rolled before cameras (the entire film was shot in just 15 days in October), I assumed it was more or less a ‘director for hire’ paycheque type gig for the filmmakers. Or who knows? Maybe they were actually long time wrestling fans and this was one of their dream projects?
Either way, I had to find out. So I reached out to the Twisted Twins with just one question:
RUE MORGUE PODCAST: See No Evil 2? What the fuck?!!!
If you have a juicy story (or photographic evidence!) of committing one of the seven deadly sins, you may be eligible to win one of the following Seven Deadly Prize Packs!
Listen to the show for more details.
On November the 9th & 10th, IMATS invaded the Toronto Metro Convention Centre. Stuart Feedback Andrews, host of The Rue Morgue Podcast, was on hand with his trusty Canon Powershot to amass a ton of photographic evidence.
So for your voyeuristic delight, here’s some of the juiciest highlights of the weekend.
Just in time for Halloween, The Ludovico Film Institute (the official film club of Rue Morgue’s unofficial forums The Mortuary) now has a wall of its own at Toronto’s legendary SUSPECT VIDEO AND CULTURE.
Joined by esteemed colleagues LAST CHANCE LANCE (Rue Morgue), MIKE WHITE (The Projection Booth), ALEXANDRA WEST and ANDREA “HELLBAT” SUBISSATI (The Faculty of Horror), Feedback and company explore the ins and outs, and highs and lows, of proliferating in the dark realm of horror talk radio.
As a big fan of his movies, I was thrilled to chat with comedian turned director Bobcat Goldthwait (World’s Greatest Dad, God Bless America) about his latest project, the Bigfoot found footage flick, Willow Creek.
Willow Creek screens Thursday, Oct. 24th at 7 p.m. at The Toronto After Dark Film Festival, co-presented by Rue Morgue’s Cinemacabre monthly screening series. Bobcat will be in attendance for a Q&A.
Special thanks to Fantasia’s Mitch Davis for hooking me up with the interview and to Chris Sillers from Apple Inc. for giving us permission to run it on the podcast.
On this final episode, Jen and Sylvia Soska wax poetic about their upcoming episode from The ABC’s of Death 2, the virtues of their Vancouver crew and if money was no object, what their dream projects would look like.
Plus! The delightfully Twisted Twins pontificate on such family-friendly classics as Men Behind The Sun, Cannibal Holocaust, Martyrs, Inside and A Serbian Film.
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