Today Apple announced new laptops and software, plus Halloween is only four days away – a perfect time to talk about horror films.
Join host Larry Jordan as he talks with Gus Krieger, Jeff Farley, Jonathan Handel, Lisa Younger, Jeff G Rack, and James DeRuvo.
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Featured Interview #1: Writing and Directing a Horror Film
Writer, director, and producer Gus Krieger earns his living scaring the sox off other people. His work includes: “The Killing Room,” “Would You Rather,” “Fender Bender,” and “The Binding.” A great horror film starts with a solid script and a good director. Tonight, Gus explains what it takes to put a show together.
Featured Interview #2: Make-up for Horror Films
When it comes to horror films, nothing says “scary” like blood dripping off someone’s face. Tonight Emmy-nominated make-up artist, Jeff Farley, joins us to talk about the process of putting together truly frightening looks.
The Thinking Behind SAG/AFTRA’s Strike
Last week, just before we went on the air, SAG/AFTRA announced a strike of video game developers. Tonight, Jonathan Handel, entertainment/technology attorney, explains why they did it and what it means.
Acting in a Horror Movie – and Surviving!
We have all watched that horror movie behind our sofas or with our eyes partly shut but what’s it like to actually ACT in a horror movie? Tonight Lisa Younger, actress and writer, gives us her perspective on what it’s like being in a horror movie – and surviving!
Designing a Set for Maximum Shock
Horror needs an environment in which to scare the audience. Jeff G. Rack, an award-winning set designer, producer and director, tells us the intricacies of designing a set that enables the director’s vision, provides a safe environment for he actors, yet still terrifies the audience.
James DeRuvo, senior writer for DoddleNEWS, presents the latest industry news.