Filmmaker Richard Stanley discusses his new film ‘Color Out of Space’ and the work of H.P. Lovecraft

“Color Out Of Space” writer and director Richard Stanley discusses H.P. Lovecraft’s tropes and his influence on the movie industry. Stanley was the focus of “Lost Soul,” a fantastic documentary about the pitfalls of filmmaking.

The Baron of Botox

On April 5, 2015, cosmetic dermatologist to the stars Dr. Fredric Brandt is found hanging from an electrical cord at his home in Coconut Grove, Florida. Who or what led to his untimely demise? (Source: TuneIn) Duration: 00:31:14

Belarus: The Wild World of Chernobyl

1/9/20 podcast from the BBC show, “Assignment.” This episode features 90-year-old Galina, one of the last witnesses to the wild natural world that preceded the Chernobyl zone in southern Belarus. ‘We lived with wolves’ she says ‘and moose, and elk…

THE TREATMENT with Elvis Mitchell: Christopher Nolan’s on ‘2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY’

“2001: A Space Odyssey” has held a special place in director Christopher Nolan’s heart since he was seven years old, so when the opportunity arose for him to take on the 70mm reprinting of the film, it was a pure…

Director Tim Wardle Interviewed About His Documentary ‘THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS’

 Separated at birth, the triplets Bobby, Eddy and David discovered each other by accident at age 19 in 1980. They became media sensations. Madonna cast them in a movie and they opened a Manhattan restaurant called triplets. Their lives…
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