Hollywood Storytelling from an Independent Filmmaker
This is a rare look into the Universal Horror Classics for a podcast I was line producer on in 2009 called, Monster Talk Radio. Interviews with Boris Karloff’s daughter, Sara Karloff, Bella Lugosi’s son, Bella Lugosi Jr and co-star of the film “House of Frankenstein” Elena Verdugo all give great insight to the classic horror genre that so many filmmakers grew up on.
I am a big time John Landis fan, which makes me a big fan of “An American Werewolf In London”, which makes this interview an exciting interview for this big fan! This was an interview with John Landis conducted by Universal Horror Historian Scott Essman, Radio Columnist Gary Lycan and myself for a podcast I was line producer for called, Monster Talk Radio.
Back in 2009 I was a line producer for a podcast called Monster Talk Radio, the talent was Universal Horror Historian Scott Essman and Radio Columnist Gary Lycan. Since then Gary has left us and all that know him miss him very much. This episode is with Greg Nicotero on the release of Sam Raimi’s “Drag Me to Hell” and we got over 50 minutes with this makeup legend.
There wasn’t a day that went by that I didn’t realize how lucky I was but I have learned it wasn’t luck but I have been blessed. The way my life is right now I feel more blessed than ever before and I hope all of you get to feel that too. There is only one way to do that.
The smallest waterfall in Yosemite National Park that flows year round and on top of that it gets amazing lighting. I always stop here as I drive by and just look at the lighting on the falls, if it is great, I stop and get out taking a few shots.