interview

After a special early screening and after-party for ‘Everybody Wants Some!!!’ at Kansas City’s Alamo Drafthouse Mainstreet last Thursday, we got a chance to chat with Glen Powell, J. Quinton Johnson, and Wyatt Russell.

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Adam Rockoff’s new book, The Horror of It All is part memoir, part editorial, and part collection of lists. However, it all combines into a cohesive read that offers up the author’s views on any number of horror films, types, and tropes.

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The trick to it was to say that these movies are the “most metal,” and I am your guide as to what consists the “most metal.” You’re either going to like what I say or not.

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Jason Reitman’s new film Labor Day came out this past week. Trey had the opportunity to sit down with Joyce Maynard, the author of the novel on which Reitman’s film is based. The conversation covers authorial perspective, the changes that come with adaptation, and even a little about the struggles of single parenting. The full [...]

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Musician Thomas Dolby has never made a film until now. The Invisible Lighthouse is a personal documentary made almost solely by Dolby that details the closure of a lighthouse on the coast of England near his home in Suffolk.

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Our Seattle correspondent Warren Cantrell sits down with Kieran Darcy-Smith, the director of Wish You Were Here, starring Joel Edgerton and Felicity Price.

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The espionage thriller gets an update with the release of The East. And let’s face it, born largely out of the Cold War; the espionage thriller needed a facelift. Pitting spy against spy and super power against super power just doesn’t work as anything other than a historical document or relic of the not-so-distant past.

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After a week off, Trevan, Eric and Trey are back with three movies for your listening pleasure.

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Trey Hock had the chance to chat with writer and actress Brit Marling about her new film The East which is in theaters this Friday.

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During the 2013 Seattle International Film Festival, I’ve had an opportunity to see tons of indie films and have conversations with the talent involved in making them. Here is my video interview with ‘Jump’ director Kieron J. Walsh.

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This Saturday sees the release of the documentary Last Shop Standing: The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of the Independent Record Shop via Blue Hippo Media. This film is the official film of this year’s Record Store Day.

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Here are my interviews with director Fede Alvarez and Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, and Jessica Lucas of the ‘Evil Dead’ remake from KCTV5 It’s Your Morning.

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Was Harmony Korine expecting the excitement and reception that ‘Spring Breakers’ has received? Does he seek out subject matter in his films that makes him uncomfortable? What is the perfect way to view his new film?

Find out the answers to all of the questions and more by listening to Trey’s interview with Harmony Korine!

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The five of us sipped a delicious rye-bourbon blend called Son of Bourye, one that’s made in-house by High West, and discussed some of the practical realities of making The Moo Man, and what we all considered the film’s message to be.

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Crystal, Midler and Tomei recently sat down to speak about parenting, their favorite movies growing up, and whether or not Tomei can play Crystal’s wife.

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