John Turturro stops by to discuss his latest directorial effort Fading Gigolo. Star Wars gets a cast, Justice League gets a director, and The Amazing Spider-man 2 kicks off the summer movie season. Plus, a tribute to Bob Hoskins, and our rant about what’s wrong with Facebook. Hosted by Dennis Willis, with Steven Kirk and [ Read More ]
Archive for the ‘Flick Nation: The Show’ Category
Behind-the-scenes on the making of Mr. Peabody and Sherman, with director Rob Minkoff, producers Denise Nolan Cascino and Alex Schwartz, and executive producer Tiffany Ward. Plus, some candid NSFW moments from the Oscar press room, and the latest Star Wars and Mockingjay news. Hosted by Dennis Willis, with Steven Kirk.
A look behind-the-scenes at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, the current state of the Oscar race, and an exclusive interview with Best Actor nominee Bruce Dern. Plus, what was the real reason Quentin Tarantino cancelled his hot new western The Hateful Eight? Hosted by Dennis Willis, with Steven Kirk and Steve Wagner.
An epic-sized look back celebrating the 20th anniversary of Reel Life, the original film review program to feature Dennis Willis, Steve Wagner and Steven Kirk. In this no-holds-barred reunion, the boys dish about producing TV in the 90s, a love of movies, and celebrity interviews gone spectacularly wrong. From kindly mentors to crooked TV execs, [ Read More ]
Exclusive interviews with groundbreaking filmmaker Kimberly Pierce about her remake of Carrie and the legacy of Boys Don’t Cry, J.C. Chandor on directing Robert Redford in All is Lost, independent producer Blu de Golyer talks about his acclaimed fright fest House of Good and Evil. Plus Danny Trejo talks Machete, director John Wells talks about [ Read More ]
Director Jim Mickle stops by to discuss his buzzy new cannibal thriller We Are What We Are, Alex Winter (Bill & Ted) has directed Downloaded, the definitive doc on the Napster movement. We’ll tell you how to watch the movie for free, and why Napster changed the world forever. Also, David Freedman (Just Seen It) [ Read More ]
Who’s replacing the late, great James Gandolfini on his new TV program? What did the Emmys get wrong? How accurate is Ron Howard’s Formula One opus Rush? And why the heck is Disney letting the renegade indie flick Escape from Tomorrow to be released? Hosted by Dennis Willis, with Steven Kirk, and special guests David [ Read More ]
CLICK TO LISTEN: Arnold heads to Pandora … maybe, the curse of The Lone Ranger continues to spread, and director Greg “Freddy” Camalier stops by to discuss his hot music doc Muscle Shoals. Plus, David Freedman reviews Insidious Chapter 2, Salinger, Rush and Thanks for Sharing. Hosted by Dennis Willis, with Steven Kirk and Steve [ Read More ]
CLICK TO LISTEN: Legendary filmmaker Albert Pyun is retiring, and we chat with writer-producer Cynthia Curnan about the planned celebration to honor his 40-year career. Plus, a look at the new wave of female-driven comedies and drams, some bold Emmy predictions, and an exclusive interview with Rob Zombie about his latest film The Lords of [ Read More ]
CLICK TO LISTEN: A look at the white-hot documentary phenomenon of 2013, featuring exclusive interviews with Sarah Polley (Stories We Tell), Alex Gibney (We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks), Rodney Ascher (Room 237), Morgan Neville and Merry Clayton (Twenty Feet from Stardom), and Erin Lim (The Nomadic Family Project). Host by Dennis Willis, with [ Read More ]
CLICK TO LISTEN: An exclusive interview with Rewind This! director Josh Johnson on the history and cultural significance of the VHS tape. Plus, early reviews of some of Fall’s hottest TV shows, including The Michael J. Fox Show, The Crazy Ones, Dads and Sleepy Hollow. Host by Dennis Willis, with David Freedman (Just Seen It). [ Read More ]
CLICK TO LISTEN: Is Lee Daniels’ The Butler a powerful Oscar front-runner, or a pandering skip through the 20th century? We debate! Can Star Trek boldly go back to being a weekly TV show? The future may be closer than you think. Plus, an exclusive interview with Star Trek Into Darkness‘ Simon Pegg, John Cho [ Read More ]