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Mar 28, 2019

Tim Burton's latest is Dumbo, a live-action remake of Disney's original Dumbo from 1941. But the real question is: Are all these live-action remakes of Disney's classic animated films a dumb move? Also, are some movie critics dumb? Chris Gore invites special guest critic Erick Weber into an idiotic conversation to...

Mar 26, 2019

Indie action film Six-String Samurai debuted at Slamdance in 1998 and the movie from first-time feature director Lance Mungia wowed audiences with its frenetic musical martial arts. Lance's latest is Third Eye Spies, a documentary that investigates the CIA's program to exploit the talents of people with...

Mar 21, 2019

Filmmaker Elizabeth Blake-Thomas understands that to get an indie movie made, you must sometimes do it all. Originally from The UK, the director of Pretty Outrageous and her latest film Maybe I'm Fine, is also the author of several books. Elizabeth sat down for a fascinating and inspiring chat.

Mar 15, 2019

Akio Sakurai is a Japanese guitarist who has turned his passion for Jimmy Page into a lifelong dream to recreate vintage Led Zeppelin concerts note-for-note in small Tokyo clubs. Documentarian Peter Michael Dowd followed Akio as he pursued his dream and both filmmaker and subject sit down for a conversation.

Mar 14, 2019

Abigail Blackmore is the writer/director behind this uniquely original horror anthology from England. She is joined by her producer Ed Barrat for a fun conversation about blood and guts and indies. Grab a pint and listen.