I interview actress Brenna Coates for her role in the new film "The Sinners," about a group of A-list high school girls who start a cult where they all represent the seven deadly sins. Now streaming On Demand. As well, in the conversation we discuss the sins in the film, the experience of being on set with another actress named Brenna, as well as some of her stage work in the play "The Wolves."
On this new episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I was able to chat with some talent behind the new drama thriller The Sinners. I had two different interviews, one talking with two of the actresses in the film, Kaitlyn Bernard and Brenna Llewellyn; as well as one conversation with the writer and director of the film, Courtney Paige. The film is about a group of seven A-List Girls who form a cult at their high school where each girl embodies one of the seven deadly sins. Soon, after a disagreement within the group, they start to go missing one by one.
Here's a new episode of my podcast where I chat with the team behind the Canadian horror film BRIGHT HILL ROAD (with director Robert Cuffley, writer Susie Moloney and producer Colin Sheldon), a film centering around a character struggling through addiction who stops at the titular boarding house on her way to California.
On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I talked with Jeremy Gardner (pictured in the featured image), the co-director, writer and star of After Midnight (a new Shudder Exclusive). We discuss stories in bartending and the “bar mat shot,” getting Brea Grant for the film and auditions, growing as a filmmaker since his first film The Battery, collaborating with Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson, the film’s original title, karaoke and the perfect mix-tape song, framing shots, as well as creature design and Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight and Todd Masters.
On this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I have a returning guest in writer-director and producer Phillip G. Carroll for his film The Honeymoon Phase, as well as actress and producer Chloe Carroll, who plays Eve in the film, as well as actor Jim Schubin who plays Tom in the film. I usually put a spoiler warning before for certain spots of my interviews, but this episode will be a spoiler show so it’d be a great one to listen to after watching The Honeymoon Phase.
For today's episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I was joined by Nicholas Ashe Bateman, the writer, director, producer, VFX supervisor and editor of the new drama fantasy epic, The Wanting Mare. The film is set in a world called Anmaere, about a city inside of it called Whithren. Whithren's most valuable export is wild horses and [...]
For this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I was joined by writer and director Nora Unkel, as well as actress Alix Wilton Regan, who stars in A Nightmare Wakes as Mary Shelley. The film is an adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein as told through Mary Shelley’s life as she creates her masterpiece. The film also stars [...]
For this episode of The Filmcraziest Show, I interviewed writer/director Mickey Reece for his film Climate of the Hunter. In the film, two sisters, Elizabeth (Mary Buss) and Alma (Ginger Gilmartin), vie for the affections of a man, Wesley (Ben Hall), who may or may not be a vampire. The film's directed by Mickey Reece and is co-written by Reece and John Selvidge. On the episode, we discuss the writing process; getting used to larger crews; the production design (by Kaitlyn Shelby) and vampire night clubs; the parallels to Dracula; the visual aesthetic and settings in the film; Mickey's roots as a filmmaker and growing as an indie filmmaker; as well as the film's festival circuit, and more.
For this episode of The Filmcraziest Show I was joined by some of the team behind the new horror/comedy Paintball Massacre, including producer/actor Joe Hallett (who plays Aiden Jones in the film), actress Natasha Killip (who plays Lauren Bryce in the film), writer Chris Regan, and actor Nicholas Vince (who plays Somerset the Barman in [...]