Now, I’ve called my podcast Filmcraziest Interviews in the past but this is the first version of my podcast with the new name The Filmcraziest Show, which will officially be its new name soon, though there will still be old episodes still to be posted where I still refer to it as Filmcraziest Interviews. Anyway, on this episode I am joined by writer and director Adam Stovall, as well as actor and co-writer MacLeod Andrews, to discuss their new film A Ghost Waits.
The plot: It’s an unconventional love story about Jack (MacLeod Andrews), a handyman tasked with fixing up a house before the new tenants move in. Once there, he learns the house is haunted by a spirit named Muriel (Natalie Walker), whose job it is to scare people away. (My review of the film can be found here.)
Just a note about this episode and the fact that MacLeod is on the episode for the first 30 minutes, and then it’s just myself and Adam for the second half of the interview. In the first half, we chat about the choice to switch from colour to black and white, disappearing pizzas, the music of the film, spectral agents and how they would haunt their own houses. In the second half of the interview, there’s a great conversation about Adam seeing the film for the first time on the big screen and how the film has affected his life in a very strange year.
You can listen to the podcast below or, as always, download it here.