B-Movie Man survives the new first person shooter |
"Walking Dead: Survival Instinct"
Find out if B-Movie Man thinks the game is "Dead On" or just "Dead On Arrival"
Ebert and me… or How Roger Ebert and
Gene Siskel got me into horror movies.
I was saddened to hear about the passing of Roger Ebert. He was more than a film
critic to many people and learning about his death made me stop and think about
my own love of films... especially horror and how he and his long time partner
Gene Siskel helped shape my taste in film before I even knew I had one.
Man checks out something different... |
a romantic comedy....
Yes, a romantic comedy.
The good news is that the flick is pretty good and the better news is that stars
Women of Horror featured
actress/filmmaker/writer Suzi Lorraine!
B-Movie Man has a new
Women of Horror feature interview!
Actress, Fitness Model & Writer Alicia Ziegler talks
about why she likes making movies, her newest film "Jurassic Attack" and why
you're as likely to catch her in the book store as on the beach.
Larry Wade Carrell, writer/director of
"Jacob" talks to B Movie Man hostess Victoria De Mare about making the film,
working with star Michael Biehn, and where the story of Jacob came from
Vince, Mary and I take a look at one of my favorite movies from the 1980s: "Remo
Williams: The Adventure Begins" on the latest episode of The B-Movie Cast.
Click here to listen to the podcast now!
Click here to read my review of "Remo
Filmmaker Brian Cunningham shares the secret of indie
film success in his feature article:|
How to Make a Movie (and
get it into Walmart) for $2,700
Take a couple of wise-cracking hitmen, some zombie-aliens, a homeless guy clown
and birthday cake: VCI Entertainment's newest release: "Overtime" A fun
new film from Louisville Kentucky filmmaker Matt Niehoff and Brian Cunningham.
Check out "Creature" it's a 2011 film
that shows why vacations in the Louisiana swamps are not as much fun as it looks
on the History Channel's 'Swamp People'|
writer Richard Chamberlain (B-movie fan, not the dude from
"Shogun") takes a look at "King Kung Fu" the film that asks the
question "Did you see that talking gorilla in Kansas?"|
Richard looks at the people behind
the film and why this one might deserve a second chance.
Besides how many Kung Fu gorillas do you know?
New B-Movie Cast pod casts are up!
Vince, Mary and I (plus some special
guests in each episode) talk about THE THING in all it's many
forms (pun intended). Check out Pod Cast 211 for "The
Thing from Another World" (1951) and Pod Cast 212 for "The
Thing" the 2011 Prequel to "John
Carpenter's The Thing" (that Pod Cast is coming soon!)
the podcasts here!
Some of the biggest names in
Hollywood including, Steven Spielberg, John Landis, Peter
Jackson, and many more will all tell you who inspired them when
they went to the movies: Ray Harryhausen. Harryhausen was a
pioneer in the field of special effects, lending his magical
touch to films like: "Mighty Joe Young", "20 Million Miles to
Earth", "The Valley of Gwangi" and the original "Clash of The
Now a new documentary by
writer/director Gilles Penso takes a look at the story of Ray
Harryhausen. Spanning his career and talking to the filmmaker's
he's inspired. "Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan" takes a
wonderful look at the life and work of one of the true legendary
artists of the silver screen.