The Filmcraziest Show – Robert Benjamin and Ben O’Toole, “Bloody Hell”

The Filmcraziest Show – Robert Benjamin and Ben O’Toole, “Bloody Hell”

On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show I chatted with writer Robert Benjamin and actor Ben O'Toole for their new film Bloody Hell, which premiered on demand on January 14 (here are some options for rent or purchase) and will be available on Blu-Ray and DVD on  January 19.  The plot: Rex Coen (Ben O’Toole) finds himself in a crazy situation during a bank robbery and decides to take the opportunity to play hero and save the hostages. Instead, he’s hailed by a hero by some and a lunatic by others and is sent to jail. Once he’s released, he leaves this mysterious past behind for better pastures in Finland. But in Bloody Hell, Finland is way worse. The film is directed by Alister Grierson, written by Robert Benjamin, and stars Ben O'Toole (pictured in the featured image), Meg Fraser, Caroline Craig, Matthew Sunderland and Travis Jefferey. 

Shudder Review: Hunted (2020)

Shudder Review: Hunted (2020)

Directed by: Vincent Paronnaud. Starring: Lucie Debay, Arieh Worthalter, Ciaran O’Brien. Runtime: 1h 27 min. Minor spoilers follow. In Hunted, Eve (Lucie Debay) is on a work trip in an anonymous European town. She goes to a bar one night where she meets a character simply called The Handsome Guy (Arieh Worthalter), a smooth-talking gentlemen… [...]

The Filmcraziest Show – Naomi Grossman, American Horror Story

The Filmcraziest Show – Naomi Grossman, American Horror Story

Here’s kicking off 2021 with an exciting episode of The Filmcraziest Show where I was joined by Naomi Grossman to talk about all things American Horror Story and her experiences playing Pepper and everything else. On the episode, we discuss Samantha Crowe and satanism and preparing for that character; the audition process for Pepper; the [...]

The Filmcraziest Show – Robert Bockstael for Fatman (2020)

The Filmcraziest Show – Robert Bockstael for Fatman (2020)

Here’s another episode of The Filmcraziest Show featuring a Christmas film, as I chat with Robert Bockstael (pictured in the featured image in the background on the right) who plays Captain Jacobs in the new Mel Gibson film Fatman.

In Fatman, a rowdy, unorthodox Santa Claus (Gibson) fights to save his declining business by taking on a government contract proposed by the military, represented by Captain Jacobs (Bockstael). Meanwhile, Billy (Chance Hurtsfield), a neglected and bratty 12-year-old, hires a hit man (Walton Goggins) to kill Santa after receiving a lump of coal in his stocking. The film also stars Marianne Jean-Baptiste and Eric Wolfe, and it is written and directed by Eshom Nelms and Ian Nelms.

The Filmcraziest Show – Travis Irvine for Killer Raccoons 2: Dark Christmas In the Dark (2020)

The Filmcraziest Show – Travis Irvine for Killer Raccoons 2: Dark Christmas In the Dark (2020)

On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, recorded at the tail end of September and released for the Christmas season, I spoke with writer and director Travis Irvine about his latest film Killer Raccoons 2: Dark Christmas in the Dark.

The plot: On Christmas Eve, Casey Smallwood (Yang Miller) has just been released from prison after serving 10 years for underage drinking. He hops on the express train to Washington D.C., the Holiday Express, and it’s hijacked by an angry gang of domestic terrorists and government trained raccoons. Casey joins forces with a porter on the train to fight back against the terrorists. The film is written and directed by Travis Irvine.

Shudder Review: A Creepshow Holiday Special (TV Special 2020)

Shudder Review: A Creepshow Holiday Special (TV Special 2020)

Directed by: Greg Nicotero. Starring: Anna Camp, Adam Pally, Pete Burris. Runtime: 46 min. A Creepshow Holiday Special follows Robert Weston (Adam Pally), a man trying to figure out the strange thing that has been happening to him every full moon. Believing himself to be a werewolf, he finds a support group called Shapeshifters Anonymous [...]

The Filmcraziest Show – Ellen Hollman, Matt Passmore, Geraldine Singer for Army of One (2020)

The Filmcraziest Show – Ellen Hollman, Matt Passmore, Geraldine Singer for Army of One (2020)

On this new episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I was joined by Ellen Hollman (pictured in the featured image, and starring in the upcoming The Matrix 4), Matt Passmore (known for Jigsaw) and Geraldine Singer (Get Out, 21 Jump Street) to chat about their new film Army of One, an actioner that is now available on demand. The plot: While on a road trip, Special Forces Brenner Baker (Ellen Hollman) stumbles upon a cartel’s compound. Her husband, Dillon (Matt Passmore) is killed and she’s left for dead. The Cartel made two mistakes, killing her husband and leaving her alive. They won’t make another as Brenner sets out for revenge and to take down the cartel and the big bad, Mama (Geraldine Singer). The film also stars Stephen Dunlevy, Gary Kasper and Kendra Carelli. It’s directed by Stephen Durham; and written by Durham, Ellen Hollman, Mary Ann Barnes and David Dittlinger.

Review: The Mark of the Bell Witch (2020)

Review: The Mark of the Bell Witch (2020)

Seth Breedlove’s latest doc, The Mark of the Bell Witch, for his production company Small Town Monsters, which documents strange occurrences in America, shows it isn’t only limited to Bigfoot or Mothmen.

Here, the 200-year-old mystery of the Bell Witch, who haunted the Bell family in Tennessee in the early 1800’s (a significant event in this story took place on December 20, 1820, making this film released 200 years later nearly to the day). The Bell family lived in Adams, Tennessee, and for five years were haunted by an apparition hellbent on destroying their lives, leaving death in its. This film aims to analyze the truth about what happened.

Review: Minor Premise (2020)

Review: Minor Premise (2020)

In Minor Premise, a reclusive neuroscientist, Ethan Kochar (Sathya Sridharan), tries to surpass his brilliant father’s legacy by continuing an experiment that deals with memory and attempts to understand the brain, using a machine called the R10 that Ethan is perfecting for a university study. Doing so, he becomes entangled in his own experiment where he inadvertently separates his consciousness into 10 fragments that are pitted against each other.