Get an exclusive look at Roger Corman's rival to the wildly popular, "Alien" film. Featuring interviews with cast and crew, including Roger Corman himself. The interviews focus on monster inspiration, as well as unorthodox methods popular by Corman. For example, hiring crew right out of film school, or casting Robert Englund without an audition.
In this interview with co-creators Brent Friedman and Bryce Zabel, and stars Eric Close and Megan Ward, we'll find out why this self-proclaimed "Forrest Gump meets War of the Worlds" show couldn't feature any government men in black suits, the daily challenges of setting a show in the 1960s, and why the creators wrote a series bible that spanned over 75 million years of history before pitching to networks.
In this interview with Alec Baldwin, director Russell Mulcahy, Penelope Ann Miller and more, you cam learn about the reasoning behind The Shadow's backstory in Tibet, how they gave the film the look of a 1930s classic and how an excellent supporting cast can add new dimensions to side characters.
William Shatner has had some very high profile acting gigs over the years, but he's also done his fair share of small cult films. Kingdom of the Spiders, a 1977 film about a town overrun by killer tarantulas, is one of the latter. Shatner sat down to talk about the movie and revealed some interesting tidbits.
The Decline of Western Civilization I & III LACMA Panel
In this panel at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, we take a look back at the film that captured the spirit of the Los Angeles punk rock scene in the late '70s, as well as the third film in the series, which shined a light on the lifestyle of homeless teens known as gutter punks. We'll learn how there's little difference between a punk band and its audience, why the third film in the series was so hard to find for so long, and why there wouldn't be any punk scene in LA without a man named Brendan Mullen.
Cannibal Girls is a 1973 horror comedy that helped launch the careers of Ivan Reitman and Eugene Levy. It's since become a cult favorite horror spoof. In this interview, filmmakers Ivan Reitman and Daniel Goldberg talk about the origins of Cannibal Girls and why they took the communist approach to making movies, why the screenplay was 13 pages and how threatening to drive film negatives over a cliff is a great negotiation tactic.
Sit down with creator Paul Feig and executive producer Judd Apatow of the famed series as they discuss their careers and what it's like to work with a cast of future stars including Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, James Franco and more!