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Joe Dante, Director, Producer, Editor, Actor – I Blame Dennis Hopper on Popcorn Talk

“I Blame Dennis Hopper” is film aficionado and historian Illeana Douglas’ vodcast featuring exclusive interviews, discussion, and topical commentary from one of the industry’s most respected artists.

On today’s episode of “I Blame Dennis Hopper”, Joe Dante sits down with Illeana.

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William Castle Discussion – Historic Hollywood (November 22nd, 2015)

Historic Hollywood hosts Lex Michael, Karie Bible, and Byron Thompson do an an in depth discovery of the masters of film who built Hollywood. In depth biography and filmography of the cinematic masters of the past. Today we’re talking about William Castle. William Castle was an American film director, producer, screenwriter, and actor. Orphaned at 11, Castle dropped out of high school at 15 to work in the theater. He came to the attention ofColumbia Pictures for his talent for promotion, and was hired. He learned the trade of filmmaking and became a director, acquiring a reputation for the ability to churn out competent B-movies quickly and on budget. He eventually struck out on his own, producing and directing thrillers which, despite their low budgets, were effectively promoted with gimmicks, a trademark for which he is best known. He was also the producer forRosemary’s Baby.

Matthew A. Brown, Ashley C. Williams, and Ryan Cooper discusses Julia on iTalk Movies

iTalk movies is a long-form interview series featuring leading members of the film community. In this episode, hosts Kristen Snyder and Ryan Malaty interview Matthew A. Brown, Ryan Cooper, and Ashley C. Williams from Julia in studio on the Popcorn Talk Network. @ThePopcornTalk

Wes Craven Profile – Special (September 1st, 2015)

Popcorn Talk proudly presents Profiles with Malone and Mantz! In this vodcast series hosts Alicia Malone and Scott “Movie” Mantz break down and focus on some of the most prolific Hollywood directors, writers and actors in the entertainment industry – past & present. Today we’re doing a special memoriam episode to remember the horror icon Wes Craven. Wesley EarlWesCraven (August 2, 1939 – August 30, 2015) was an American film director, writer, producer, and actor known for his work on horror films, particularly slasher films. He was best known for creating the A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise featuring the Freddy Krueger character, directing the first installment and Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, and co-writing A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors with Bruce Wagner. Craven also directed all four films in the Scream series, and co-created the Ghostface character. Some of his other films include The Hills Have Eyes, The Last House on the Left, Red Eye and My Soul to Take. Follow Alicia on Twitter! Follow Scott on Twitter! SUBSCRIBE TO PROFILES ON ITUNES!

Unfriended (Shelley Hennig) | Anatomy of a Movie

AOM hosts Nick Grava & Phil Svitek discuss the 2015 found footage film Unfriended. Unfriended (originally released as Cybernatural) is a 2014 American found footage supernatural horror film directed by Levan Gabriadze,[4][5][6] written by Nelson Greaves, and produced by Timur Bekmambetov, Jason Blum, and Greaves. The film premiered at the Fantasia Festival on July 20, 2014, and at SXSW on March 13, 2015. It received a theatrical release on April 17, 2015. The film stars Shelley Hennig as one of several friends who find themselves terrorized online by an anonymous person. A variation on the found footage genre, the entire film is set in real-time on a character’s computer screen. The film received mixed to positive reviews, and has grossed over $18 million.

X-men casting, Credits, and Josh Dickey! – March 27, 2015 – Meet the Movie Press

Popcorn Talk Network proudly presents a vodcast for your insider look into the day to day reporting of the hottest scoops, exclusives and reports from the leading reporters in the industry on all things movie news! It’s Popcorn Talk Network’s Meet the Movie Press, hosted by Mark E Reilly (Editor in Chief Schmoesknow.com) and film reporter from The Wrap (Thewrap.com) Jeff Sneider. Each week the two will discuss the ever changing landscape of movie news and trade reporting. With discussions on everything from Marvel casting to landing exclusive stories on major Hollywood tentpoles, Mark and Jeff will also talk to some of the leading reporters and bloggers in the industry today. An amazing week for Meet the Movie Press! Jeff Sneider is rocking solo, so he brings in the big guns… Josh Dickey! The duo discusses Rogue One, New X-men castings, a little bit of colorblind casting, and talk about crediting sources. It’s movie news for March 27th, 2015.   Follow Mark Reilly! Follow Jeff Sneider! Follow Josh Dickey! Visit SchmoesKnow.com! Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes!

Fraggle Rock, Texas Chainsaw & Jeff Sneider’s Confession! – March 20, 2015 – Meet the Movie Press

Popcorn Talk Network proudly presents a vodcast for your insider look into the day to day reporting of the hottest scoops, exclusives and reports from the leading reporters in the industry on all things movie news! It’s Popcorn Talk Network’s Meet the Movie Press, hosted by Mark E Reilly (Editor in Chief Schmoesknow.com) and film reporter from The Wrap (Thewrap.com) Jeff Sneider. Each week the two will discuss the ever changing landscape of movie news and trade reporting. With discussions on everything from Marvel casting to landing exclusive stories on major Hollywood tentpoles, Mark and Jeff will also talk to some of the leading reporters and bloggers in the industry today. An amazing week for Meet the Movie Press! Sneider is back and he’s got something to confess. But first a quick recap of last week’s news on Ghostbusters and Dumbo. Then the duo discuss Rogue One and JJ Abrahams, the spoilers of Leatherface, remakes and Texas Chainsaw. Then comes Jeff’s confession about his Twitter activities. The gang wrap up by thanking the Late Show, discuss Fraggle Rock news, Pixels and more. It’s movie news for March 20th, 2015.   Follow Mark Reilly! Follow Jeff Sneider! Follow Miri Jedeikin! Visit SchmoesKnow.com! Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes!

Adam Green (Digging Up the Marrow) | Anatomy of a Movie

In this AOM show, hosts Marisa Serafini and Phil Svitek interview director/actor/producer Adam Green. Best known as the creator of the worldwide slasher franchise Hatchet and as the creator and star of the US television sitcom Holliston, Adam Green was raised in Holliston, Massachusetts and currently resides in Los Angeles. After finishing high school in 1993 he graduated fromHofstra University in New York in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Television and Film Production. Green’s first job out of college was producing and directing local commercials for cable in the Boston area. Green made his feature film debut with the comedy, Coffee & Donuts, which was in part, based on his own life. Green founded the feature film and television production company ArieScope Pictures with director of photography Will Barratt in 1998. He was the lead singer for the heavy metal band Haddonfield, based out of Salem, Massachusetts from 1997 – 2000. He also worked as the DJ at the world famous Rainbow Bar & Grill on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood when he first moved to Los Angeles and was still struggling to get his start in the film/television industry.[1][2] To date, Green has made nine theatrical feature films including the critically acclaimed and Sundance darling “Frozen” which was a worldwide success in 2010. He is also a member of the “Splat Pack”, a title coined by UK critic Alan Jones for a revolutionary group of filmmakers who brought back gore and splatter to the horror genre in the 2000s that includes Eli Roth,Alexandre Aja, Neil Marshall, Rob Zombie, Greg McLean, Darren Lynn Bousman, and James Wan.