There’s a certain appeal about bringing in your favorite pop culture characters and having them duke it out. The crossover concept isn’t at all new. Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein is a stellar example of how much mileage a good crossover can get.
Month: March 2016
Paul, owner of the TheNightGallery twitter account and the web site, “Shadow and Substance”, joins me to talk about George Clayton Johnson’s first major contribution to the show, “The Four of Us Are Dying”
Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure had more of an impact on my sense of humor than I usually remember. My go-to’s for what movies best describe my sense of humor are usually Airplane! or The Naked Gun… very rarely do I stop and think about how much of my personality was derived from a man-child crossing the Read More …
Matt Sizemore stops in to talk about the classic episode, “What You Need”. Among the things we talk about: karma infomercials, eerie, and goblins.
When Cloverfield came out, I wasn’t a huge Lost fan yet. I didn’t really know who J.J. Abrams was and I certainly, at that point, didn’t know who Matt Reeves or Drew Goddard were.
It’s always a sincere pleasure to have Tiffany stop by and this week is no exception. We talk about an early Richard Matheson penned episode!
Greg B. stops in to talk about ideas of the afterlife and a connection to the Netflix documentary, Making a Murderer
Let’s get this out in the open right away… Leah Rose really is FTW. I bring it up on the episode early on, but Leah was my first ever interview and I can’t emphasize enough how nervous I was. I can barely go up to someone and ask them where the bathroom is as I’m Read More …
Batman (1989) was one of the first movies I’d ever considered a favorite. That was quickly followed by Terminator 2: Judgement Day the following year. Part of the reason I had so many fond memories of Batman, we discuss on this week’s episode.