Wed, 16 December 2009
The following interview was originally conducted for QuadrupleZ.com. In the future, you will be able to visit that site, for a better quality version of this recording, which will be broken up there into 15-minute increments or less. A transcript of the interview may also be included. In the meantime, please enjoy my interview with Frank Sabatella, the Director of Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet. You can visit Amazon.com or BloodNightMovie.com (now with special X-Mas pricing of $9.99! Expires on December 25th!) to purchase the film on DVD, starring Nate Dushku, Danielle Harris and Bill Moseley.
Note: The interview contains spoilers for the film, as well as some mild, adult language so please proceed with caution.
Thu, 3 December 2009
The debate for Rob Zombie's Halloween rages on with Paul Elard Cooley. This is part two, and the conclusion to this monster edition of the podcast.
00:03:02 - Is Rob Zombie capable of telling an original story? We search for an answer.
00:08:23 - Paul recommends the foreign gore sensation, Inside. This leads to talk about High Tension and George Romero's zombie offerings.
00:13:18 - Cable darling, AMC is adapting Robert Kirkman's zombie graphic novels, The Walking Dead.
00:17:22 - Paul mentions the three distinct zombie types of the genre.
00:22:38 - We talk about movie cancer: Boredom. This leads to talk of the Transformers franchise.
00:30:26 - We measure our manliness by way of our Netflix Queues. Spoiler: Paul's is bigger.
00:35:12 - Dissecting the pros and cons of Sam Raimi's, Drag Me To Hell.
00:46:11 - Paul sings the praises of the remake for My Bloody Valentine.
00:48:52 - Mel from the UK sends an email thanking us for sharing the music of Splashdown with the uninitiated listeners.
00:52:33 - When trailers attack! This leads to discussion of 2012. John recommends the indie drama, Grace Is Gone.
01:07:23 - Paul closes out the show by singing the praises of the PS3 and Blu-ray.
The following artists can be heard in this episode:
Bill Moseley & Rob Zombie, Michael Hoenig, Tears For Fears, Spacehog, Fabio Frizzi, Goblin, John Harrison, Linkin Park, Ash & Chris Martin, AC/DC, Tricky, Laika, Gus, Splashdown, REM, Ladytron, Lindsey Buckingham and KC & The Sunshine Band.