Rue Morgue Podcast
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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.
Mr. Buck has kindly selected five lovely slices of exploitation filth and nastiness for our viewing endurement.
On the previous episode, we discussed Don Jones’s Schoolgirls In Chains (1973) and Frederick R. Friedel’s Kidnapped Coed (1976). You can listen to Vol. I HERE.
The idea is to pick five films within a particular theme.
For our debut episode, Mr. Buck has taken the title of the series literally. He’s kindly selected five lovely little slices of exploitation filth and nastiness for our viewing endurement.
John Alan Simon was one of the men responsible for resurrecting The Wicker Man following its doomed 1973 release. With his distribution company Abraxas, Simon and partner Sterling Smith reissued the film in the United States in 1979 where it quickly found an appreciative audience and generated much of the critical acclaim it enjoys today.
Simon is also the director of the upcoming Philip K. Dick adaptation, Radio Free Albemuth which will be self distributed thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign: https://www.facebook.com/rfamovie.
Since this episode was recorded, Mr. Hardy revealed to fans that a more complete print of The Wicker Man was located and that Studio Canal would be releasing a restored, ‘Final Cut’ version of the film.
New York-based distributor Rialto Pictures has announced a U.S. release of THE WICKER MAN – FINAL CUT. Rialto will roll out the restored version beginning September 27 at IFC Center, New York City, with runs in Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, DC, and other cities throughout the fall.
Here’s the trailer for the newly restored version.
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Back in 2009, the beautiful and talented Ms. Black dropped by the Rue Morgue Studio of Homicidal Fetish Dolls to talk about her one woman show, My Life For A Song which she performed for two nights in Toronto at the Gladstone Hotel.
Excerpts of the interview ran on Rue Morgue Radio back in the day but for the first time, here’s the full length version, never before heard in its entirety.
Ms. Black’s visit to Rue Morgue Radio ranks easily in my top ten outstanding radio misadventures to date.
:- Sir Arthur The Scottish Warrior.